Electoral Politics MCQ Questions for Class 9 Social Science Chapter 4 with Answers

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Q1. What is the Electoral Roll?

(i) The list of those who are eligible to vote
(ii) The list of those who are contesting election
(iii) The list of those who are not eligible to vote
(iv) None of the above

(i) The list of those who are eligible to vote

Q2. Who appoints member of the Election Commission?

(i) Prime Minister
(ii) President
(iii) Vice-President
(iv) None of these

(ii) President

Q3. Our country is divided into

(i) 500 constituencies
(ii) 543 constituencies
(iii) 550 constituencies
(iv) 552 constituencies

(ii) 543 constituencies

Q4. Who led the ‘Nyaya Yudh’?

(i) Chaudhary Devi Lal
(ii) Chaudhary Charan Singh
(iii) Ajit Singh
(iv) None of the above

(i) Chaudhary Devi Lal

Q5. By-Election is the election which is held

(i) To fill up a vacancy in the legislature
(ii) Directly
(iii) Indirectly
(iv) When a legislature is dissolved before the expiry of its normal term.

(i) To fill up a vacancy in the legislature

Q6. Who is responsible for free and fair elections in India?

(i) Prime Minister
(ii) President
(iii) Election Commissioner
(iv) Council of Ministers

(iii) Election Commissioner

Q7. Who issues Election Manifesto?

(i) President
(ii) Prime Minister
(iii) Political Parties
(iv) None of these

(iii) Political Parties

Q8. The number of Lok Sabha constituencies in Delhi is

(i) 2
(ii) 4
(iii) 6
(iv) 7

(iv) 7

Q9. Which of the options below are the demerits of the electoral competition?

(i) Creates a sense of factionalism
(ii) Parties use dirty tricks to win elections
(iii) Parties respect each other
(iv) Both (i) and (ii)

(iv) Both (i) and (ii)

Q10. Elections in India for Parliament and State Legislatures are conducted by

(i) Election Commission of India
(ii) President
(iii) Prime Minister
(iv) Governor

(i) Election Commission of India

Q11. What is the tenure of the Lok Sabha?

(i) 9 years
(ii) 4 years
(iii) 5 years
(iv) 6 years

(iii) 5 years

Q12. Which institution conducts elections in India?

(i) Parliament
(ii) Supreme Court
(iii) Election Commission
(iv) None of these

(iii) Election Commission

Q13. Who appoints the Chief Election Commissioner of India?

(i) The Chief Justice of India
(ii) The Prime Minister of India
(iii) The President of India
(iv) The Law Minister of India

(iii) The President of India

Q14. In India, elections for which of these bodies are held after every five years?

(i) Rajya Sabha
(ii) Lok Sabha and Vidhan Sabha
(iii) Vidhan Parishad
(iv) Only Lok Sabha

(ii) Lok Sabha and Vidhan Sabha

Q15. Which is the new reform introduced in the electoral process by the Election Commission?

(i) Electronic voting machine
(ii) Indelible ink
(iii) Polling booths
(iv) Voters list

(i) Electronic voting machine

Q16. An electoral malpractice in which a person assumes the identity of another for unlawful pusposes is:

(i) Incumbent
(ii) Rigging
(iii) Impersonation
(iv) Turnact

(iii) Impersonation

Q17. Challenge before free and fair elections is:

(i) allotment of Symbols
(ii) casteism and Communalism
(iii) withdrawal of Nominations
(iv) None of these

(ii) casteism and Communalism

Q18. Which of these is not a feature of Indian democracy?

(i) India has the largest number of voters in the world
(ii) India’s Election Commission is very powerful
(iii) In India, everyone above the age of 18 has a right to vote
(iv) In India, the losing parties refuse to accept the electoral verdict

(iv) In India, the losing parties refuse to accept the electoral verdict

Q19. What are the main challenges to free and fair elections in India? Select the correct options.

(i) Model of Code of Conduct
(ii) Lack of Internal Democracy among Political Parties
(iii) Influence of Money and Muscle Power
(iv) Dynastic Rule

(i) Model of Code of Conduct

Q20. Constituencies called ‘wards’ are made for the election to

(i) Parliament
(ii) State Legislative Assembly
(iii) State Legislative Council
(iv) Panchayats and municipal bodies

(iv) Panchayats and municipal bodies

Q21. Importance of Election Symbols is:

(i) illiterate voters can identify party and candidate through these symbols
(ii) in a constituency if there are more than one candidate with same name, then symbol can be used the differentiate
(iii) both
(iv) None of these

(iii) both

Q22. Which of these is not a part of the district and local level bodies?

(i) Panchayats
(ii) Municipalities
(iii) Corporations
(iv) Lok Sabha

(iv) Lok Sabha

Q23. Which of the following slogans was given during west Bengal Assembly elections in 1977?

(i) Garibi Hatao
(ii) Save Democracy
(iii) Land to the tiller
(iv) Protect the self-respect of the Telugus

(iii) Land to the tiller

Q24. Which of the following does not include election procedure?

(i) Booth capturing
(ii) Voting
(iii) Nomination of Candidate
(iv) Canvassing

(i) Booth capturing

Q25. What was the promise Devi Lal made to the farmers and small businessmen?

(i) He would waive the loans of farmers and small businessmen
(ii) He would lessen the rate of interest on their loans
(iii) He would modernise agriculture
(iv) He would provide free seeds and pesticides to them

(i) He would waive the loans of farmers and small businessmen

Q26. How many seats are there in Delhi Assembly/(Vidhan Sabh(i)?

(i) 90
(ii) 70
(iii) 100
(iv) 80

(ii) 70

Q27. What does the term ‘incumbent’ mean?

(i) The current holder of a political office
(ii) The candidate contesting the election
(iii) The outgoing candidate of the dissolved House
(iv) None of the above

(i) The current holder of a political office

Q28. Which of these is permitted under the Code of Conduct for election campaign?

(i) Use of place of worship for election propaganda
(ii) Use of government vehicle for elections
(iii) Use of media
(iv) Once elections are announced, making any promises of providing public facilities

(iii) Use of media

Q29. The number of seats reserved for scheduled caste in Lok Sabha is:

(i) 79
(ii) 59
(iii) 89
(iv) 99

(i) 79

Q30. Who appoints the Chief Election Commissioner of India?

(i) The Chief Justice of India
(ii) The Prime Minister of India
(iii) The President of India
(iv) The people of India

(iii) The President of India

Q31. In India, elections for which of these bodies are held after every five years?

(i) Rajya Sabha
(ii) Lok Sabha and Vidhan Sabha
(iii) Vidhan Parishad
(iv) Only Lok Sabha

(ii) Lok Sabha and Vidhan Sabha

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