MCQ’s for Federalism Class 10 Political Science | Quiz 2

MCQ’s for Federalism Class 10 Political Science | Quiz 2

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MCQ's for Federalism Class 10 Political Science | Quiz 2

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In a federal form of government, authority to interpret the constitution lies with the _____

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The "Computer Software" subject is a ______

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The Constitution of India was amended in 1992 to make the third-tier of democracy more effective. As a result, at least one-third of all positions in the local bodies are reserved for women. This is because _______

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Pick up the incorrect feature of the federal constitution :

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Who sets the power of different levels of government in the Federal System of Government?

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The main objective of the federal system is to :

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According to the Constitution of India, India is a/an :

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Fundamental provision of the constitution can be changed by ______

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The system of Panchayati Raj involves : 

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The municipalities are set up in ______

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The objective(s) of Federal system is/are : 

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The route which involves independent state coming together on their own to form bigger unit is known as :

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What is a council of ward members (often called panch) and a president (sarpanch) called?

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Which of the following statements is NOT true about federalism.

(i) There are two or more levels of government in the federal form of government.
(ii) An ideal federal system has both aspects: mutual trust and agreement to live together.
(iii) Courts in this system have no power to interpret the constitution and powers of different levels of government.
(iv) The jurisdictions of the respective levels or tiers of government are not specified in the constitution.

15 / 40

Which of the following can make laws on the Union List?

16 / 40

Match the given statements: 

(1) State list                           (a) Communications
(2) Concurrent list               (b) Irrigation
(3) Union list                         (c) Trade unions 

17 / 40

Which of the following institutions have reserved seats for women? 

1. Lok Sabha
2. Rajya Sabha
3. Legislative Assemblies
4. Municipalities
5. Panchayats

18 / 40

On which given subject can both the Union as well as the State Governments make laws?

19 / 40

When did the Panchayati Raj system become a Constitutional entity?

20 / 40

When did the era of coalition government begin? 

21 / 40

In Federalism the power is :

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Consider the following statements on the practice of federalism in India. Identify those which hold true for decentralisation after 1992.

A. Local governments did not have any power or resources of their own.
B. It became constitutionally mandatory to hold regular elections to local government bodies.
C. The state governments are required to share some powers and revenue with local government bodies.
D. No seats are reserved in the elected bodies for scheduled castes, scheduled tribes and other backward classes.

23 / 40

Which period saw the rise of regional political parties in many states of the country?

24 / 40

Which list includes the subject of National importance such as the defence of the country, foreign affairs, banking, communication, and currency?

25 / 40

Which among the following are examples of ‘Coming together Federations’? 

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Which of the following statement/s is/are true about the federal system?

a. All federations have a similar scheme of distribution of powers.
b. The origins of different federations are dissimilar.
c. Federalism promotes unity at the cost of diversity.
d. Federalism promotes unity in diversity.

27 / 40

Which of the following statements about the federal system in India are true?

I. The Constitution of India provides for a three-fold distribution of legislative powers between the Union and the State Government.
II. Both the Union and the State Governments can legislate on residuary subjects.
III. The Parliament cannot on its change the power-sharing arrangement between the Union and the State Governments.
IV. The High Courts have no role in resolving disputes about the division of powers between the Union and the State Governments.

28 / 40

Regarding to the language policy of the Indian government, which of the following statements is correct?

29 / 40

Which among the following is a distinguishing feature of a federal type of government?

30 / 40

Rural local government is popularly known as :

31 / 40

which of the following is not a union territory?

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Which of the following is a true statement?

(a) English and Hindi are identified as the official languages of India.
(b) Besides Hindi, there are 21 other languages recognized as scheduled languages by the constitution.
(c) States to have their official languages.
(d) Much of the government work takes place in the official language of the state.

33 / 40

Which of the following is true about federalism :

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The basic idea of decentralization is :

35 / 40

Choose the incorrect option:

(i) The creation of linguistic states was the first and major test for democratic politics in our country.
(ii) In 1946, the boundaries of several old states of India were changed to create new states.
(iii) This was done to ensure that people who spoke different languages lived in the same state.

36 / 40

The first successful democratic test in independent India was the _____

37 / 40

Consider the following statements:

(1) Sri Lanka is a federation because the country is divided into provinces.
(2) India is no longer a federation because some powers of the States have been given to the local government bodies.

Which of the two is/are correct?

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How is any change in the power sharing arrangement in India done?

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The provisions of federalism can be changed by _____

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In the Federal structure of government, there works :

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  • November 29, 2021 at 11:44 am
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    It was really helpful and I’m glad that I got appear this test but in question no. 8 my answer was correct but it did not give me marks for that so please check that.☺

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    • November 29, 2021 at 11:56 am
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