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CBSE Notes 2011-2012 » Political Parties - Class 10 Social Science MCQs (Free Practice Test)

Political Parties - Class 10 Social Science MCQs (Free Practice Test)


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Question :

Define National Parties :


Answer :

Parties that are present in countrywide and have their units in various states.
Parties that are present in any four federating states
Parties that are recognised by the Election Commission.
Parties that are present only in states.


Question :

Define coalition government:


Answer :

Government of more than two political parties in case no single party gets the majority.
Government of two political parties.
Government of two or more regional parties.
Government of two or more national parties.


Question :

Select the statement related to the advantages
of multi-party system


Answer :

Multi-party system provides limited choice to voters.
There is a chance of conflict.
Provides choice to the voters.
In Multi-party system regional parties get the representation.


Question :

Recognised political parties stand for :


Answer :

Parties recognised by the Election Commission with all the privileges and facilities.
Parties that are present in only one of the federal units.
Parties that are present in several and all units of the federation.
Communal parties based on regional diversities.


Question :

Are political parties only present in big countries ?


Answer :

Yes, political parties are only present in big countries
No, political parties are present in only small countries.
It's not certain that political parties are only present in big countries.
All the above.


Question :

On what basis state parties cannot be recognised as national parties ? Select the
option :


Answer :

If state parties do not get success in at least 4 states.
If state parties do not get 4 percent of vote,
If state parties do not get 6 percent of vote.
If state parties do not get at least two seats.


Question :

Who among the following is the founder of the Bahujan Samaj Party ?


Answer :

Kanshi Ram
Sahu Maharaj
B.R. Ambedker
Jotiba Phule


Question :

An Affidavit signifies (Legal);


Answer :

Signed document where a person makes a sworn statement regarding his or her antecedents.
A law to check the menace.
Legal document to declare the academic qualification.
All of the above.


Question :

Partisan means


Answer :

Party which runs the government.
Affair of the state or the science of government.
A person who is strongly committed to a party
A group of people who come together to promote common beliefs


Question :

Leftist Parties signify


Answer :

Parties which want a status Quo.
Parties which are radical, ideological and conservative in nature.
Parties which check the activities of the government.
Parties which govern the country.