Equality MCQ Questions for Class 11 Political Science Chapter 3 with Answers

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MCQ Questions for Class 11 Political Science with Answers: Political Theory

Q1. The Sixth Five Year Plan gave the status of partners in development to

(i) Dalits.
(ii) Tribals.
(iii) Urban youth.
(iv) Women.

(iv) Women.

Q2. The statement that. “Men by nature are equal” is given by:

(i) Hobbes
(ii) Locke
(iii) Rousseau
(iv) Laski

(ii) Locke

Q3. Ambedkar and Gandhi both championed the cause of untouchables, but they could not agree on

(i) Reservations in the private sector
(ii) Reservations
(iii) Role of judiciary
(iv) Role of cottage industry

(ii) Reservations

Q4. The purpose of Feminism is

(i) To weaken women
(ii) To empower women
(iii) To exploit women
(iv) None.

(ii) To empower women.

Q5. Which of the following statements is correct?

(i) Liberty and Equality are opposed to each other
(ii) Liberty and Law are opposed to each other
(iii) Liberty and Equality are supplementary
(iv) Liberty and Equality are contradictory

(iii) Liberty and Equality are supplementary

Q6. what is not equality of oppurtunity?

(i) access to education
(ii) access to health care
(iii) equality in ambition
(iv) equality in safe housing

(iii) equality in ambition

Q7. The statement that “Men by nature are equal” is given by:

(i) Hobbes
(ii) Locke
(iii) Rousseau
(iv) Laski

(ii) Locke

Q8. In which country ‘Apartheid’ prevailed?

(i) Britain
(ii) USA
(iii) South Africa
(iv) France

(iii) South Africa.

Q9. Amnesty international is an example of

(i) Social diversity.
(ii) Biodiversity.
(iii) Cultural diversity organisation.
(iv) Civil liberties organisation.

(iv) Civil liberties organisation.

Q10. The statement that “Men by nature are equal” is given by:

(i) Hobbes
(ii) Locke
(iii) Rousseau
(iv) Laski

(iv) Laski

Q11. In the US, the case for racial preferences in student admissions is made on the argument of:

(i) Uniformity
(ii) Equality
(iii) Diversity
(iv) Fraternity

(iii) Diversity

Q12. Who is associated with ‘Communism’?

(i) Hegel
(ii) Marx
(iii) Rousseau
(iv) None

(ii) Marx.

Q13. In the sphere of religion, the Indian state policy

(i) Maintains principled distance.
(ii) Promotes and protect the majority religion.
(iii) Believes that religion is a private affair and religious ceremonies should not be allowed in public.
(iv) Is to press forward the religious ideology of ‘Hindutava’.

(i) Maintains principled distance.

Q14. Some of the left parties in India are

(i) CPI, CPI(M), All India Forward Bloc
(ii) CPI, RSS, Congress
(iii) Socialist Party, Oppressed Peoples Party, VHP
(iv) BJP, RJD, All India Forward Bloc

(i) CPI, CPI(M), All India Forward Bloc

Q15. Campaign for equality

(i) is a movement against the death penalty
(ii) is women’s rights movement in Iran
(iii) seeks rehabilitation for Katrina survivors
(iv) is meant for the victims of terrorism

(ii) is women’s rights movement in Iran

Q16. Who said equality is the preferred value?

(i) Aristotle
(ii) Plato
(iii) Burke
(iv) Hegel

(ii) Plato.

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