MCQ’s on Outcomes of Democracy for Class 10 Political Science | Quiz 1

MCQ’s on Outcomes of Democracy for Class 10 Political Science | Quiz 1

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MCQ's on Outcomes of Democracy for Class 10 Political Science | Quiz 1

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Democracy does not ensure:
(i) Free and fair elections
(ii) Dignity of the individual
(iii) Majoritarianism
(iv) Equal treatment before law

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Which of the following is not the way to resolve a conflict in a democracy?

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Which among the following is an example of outcomes of a democracy that produces an accountable government?

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What do democracies ensure regarding decision making?

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The most popular form of government in the contemporary world is _________.

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Which of the following country is a perfect example of accommodation of social diversity?

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Which country tops in the inequality of income?

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The basic outcome of democratic government is that it produces a government which is ___________.

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Which of the following feature does not belong to the democratic government?

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What is the basic outcome of democracy?

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In which country do people have the maximum belief that their vote makes a difference?

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Consider the following statements:
(a) Democracy stands much superior to any other form of government in promoting dignity and freedom of the individual.
(b) The passion for respect and freedom are the basis of democracy.
Choose the correct answer.

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What is the main outcome of democracy?

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Studies on political and social inequalities in a democracy show that ________.

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The democracy introduced in India in ________.

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On which of the following Economic growth depends?

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Which of the following has a higher rate of economic growth and development between 1950-2000?

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Decisions are taken by which type of government is likely to be more acceptable to the people and more effective?

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Which of the following country in South Asia never had a Democratic government?

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In which one of the following country, dictatorship is preferred over democracy?

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There a delay in decision-making and implementation in a democracy is because :

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In which of the following country, more than half of the population lives in poverty?

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Why are people in several poor countries now dependent on the rich countries?

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Why is a Democratic government is better than non-democratic one?

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On which practices and institutions can the accountability of government and involvement of people in the decision-making process in a democracy be measured?
(a) Regular, free and fair elections.
(b) Public debate on major policies and legislations.
(c) Citizens' right to information about government and its functioning.

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Which of these statements do not hold true for non-democratic regimes?

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Consider the following statements:
(a) A democratic government is a better government because it is a more accountable form of government.
(b) Democracy improves the quality of decision making.
(c) Democracy provides a method to deal with the differences and conflicts.
(d) Democracy enhances the dignity of citizens.
Which are the factors involved in comprising Indian democracy?

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What was wthe economic growth rate in democratic regimes from 1950 to 2000?

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Democracy promotes equality through the following:
I. Universal adult franchise.
II. Equality before law and equal protection of law.
III. Reservation for Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and women.
IV. Independent and i partial media.

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Where is properly preserved the dignity of woman?

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