Saturday, February 16, 2013

CBSE Class 10 - Poltical Science - CH 6 - Political Parties

Political Parties

MCQs

Q1(NCERT): What is the guiding philosophy of the Bhartiya Janata Party?

(a) Dalit welfare
(b) Revolutionary democracy
(c) Integral humanism
(d) Modernity


Q2(CBSE 2011): Which one of the following is a better way of carrying out political reforms in a democratic country?

(a) The legal changes
(b) The constitutional changes
(c) The empowerment of people
(d) The legislation for reforms



Q3(NCERT): Who among the following is the founder of the Bahujan Samaj Party?

(a) Kanshi Ram
(b) Sahu Maharaj
(c) B.R. Ambedker
(d) Jotiba Phule




Q4: The rise of political parties can be linked directly to the emergence of

(a) Representative Democracy
(b) Constitutional Monarchy
(c) Direct Democracies
(d) Polyarchy



Q5(CBSE 2011): The USA and UK are examples of :

(a) One-party system
(b) Two-party system
(c) Three-party system
(d) Multi-party system


Q6(NCERT): Consider the following statements on parties.
  1. Political parties do not enjoy much trust among the people.
  2. Parties are often rocked by scandals involving top party leaders.
  3. Parties are not necessary to run governments.
 Which of the statements given above are correct?
(a) A, B, and C
(b) A and B
(c) B and C
(d) A and C


Q7(CBSE 2011): Partisan means: 

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


Q8(KVPY): The concept of Hindutwa was adopted by
(a) Bharathiya Janata Party
(b) Communist Party of India
(c) Indian National Congress
(d) Bahujan Samaj Party


Q9(CBSE 2011): Which one of the following is not a national political party?

(a) Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).
(b) Communist Party of India (CPI).
(c) Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP).
(d) Samajwadi Party (SP).


Q10: The Bahujan Samaj Party stands for the cause of :

(a) securing the interest of the oppressed people.
(b) securing the interest of the elite class.
(c) securing the interest of the capitalist class.
(d) securing the interest of the educated classes


Q11(SQP): Which one of the following political parties grew out of a movement?
(a) Communist Party of India.
(b) Asom Gana Parishad.
(c) All India Congress
(d) Bahujan Samaj Party


Q12(CBSE): A country which has a democratic form of government since its independence:

(a) Pakistan
(b) India
(c) Bhutan
(d) Nepal


Q13(SQP): Which one of the following is NOT a function of political parties?
(a) Parties contest elections
(b) Parties do not shape public opinion
(c) Parties put forward different policies and programmes
(d) Parties play a decisive role in making laws for the country.


Q14(CBSE): The condition for a political party to be recognized as a national party is:

(a) It must secure at least 6 percent of total votes in Lok Sabha elections or Assembly elections in four states.
(b) It must win at least 4 seats in the Lok Sabha
(c) Both of these
(d) None of these


Answers:
1: (c) Integral humanism
2: (c) The empowerment of people
3: (a) Kanshi Ram
4: (a) Representative Democracy
5: (b) Two-party system
6: (b) A and B
7: (c) A person who is strongly committed to a party
8: (a) Bharathiya Janata Party
9: (d) Samajwadi Party (SP).
10: (a) securing the interest of the oppressed people.
11: (b) Asom Gana Parishad.
12: (b) India
13: (b) Parties do not shape public opinion
14: (c) Both of these

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