Federalism MCQ Questions for Class 11 Political Science Chapter 7 with Answers

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MCQ Questions for Class 11 Political Science with Answers: Indian Constitution at Work

Q1. The union territory that was given a special status in the year 1991 was

(i) Delhi.
(ii) Chandigarh.
(iii) West Bengal.
(iv) Lakshadweep.

(i) Delhi.

Q2. Which of the following state was not created due to its linguistic identity ?

(i) Tamil Nadu
(ii) Andhra Pradesh
(iii) Uttrakhand
(iv) Karnataka.

(iii) Uttrakhand

Q3. According to the Constitution, India is a

(i) Federal state
(ii) Unitary state
(iii) Union of states
(iv) Quasi-federal state

(iii) Union of states

Q4. Number of states in India are

(i) 38
(ii) 28
(iii) 25
(iv) 26

(ii) 28

Q5. Appointment of the Governor is dealt under the article

(i) Article 167
(ii) Article 124
(iii) Article 162
(iv) Article 155

(iv) Article 155

Q6. Which one of the following articles declares India a ‘Union of States’?

(i) Articles 1
(ii) Articles 10
(iii) Articles 4
(iv) Articles 2.

(i) Articles 1

Q7. Residuary powers are vested with

(i) Executive
(ii) Parliament
(iii) Judiciary
(iv) Local Government

(ii) Parliament

Q8. India is ‘Union of States’ which is taken from

(i) USA
(ii) Australia
(iii) Canada
(iv) Switzerland

(iii) Canada

Q9. Which Commission was appointed by the central government to examine the issues relating to centre-State relations?

(i) Punchhi Commission
(ii) Rajmannar Commission
(iii) Sarkaria Commission
(iv) None of the above

(iii) Sarkaria Commission

Q10. in which list does railways comes?

(i) union list
(ii) state list
(iii) concurrent list
(iv) residuary powers

(i) union list

Q11. The State Reorganisation Commission recommended the creation of

(i) Regional states
(ii) Religious states
(iii) Ethnic states
(iv) Linguistic states

(iv) Linguistic states

Q12. Federalism stands for

(i) separation of powers
(ii) decentralisation of power
(iii) centralisation of power
(iv) sharing of powers

(ii) Decentralisation of power

Q13. Caribbean community was established by

(i) Treaty of Aix-La Chapelle.
(ii) Treaty of Roses.
(iii) Treaty of Caribbean.
(iv) Treaty of Chaguaramas.

(iv) Treaty of Chaguaramas.

Q14. The system of Panchayati Raj involves:

(i) Village, State and Union levels
(ii) Village, District and State levels
(iii) Village and State levels
(iv) Village, Block and District levels

(iv) Village, Block and District levels

Q15. Which Commission was appointed by the central government to examine the issues relating to centre-State relations?

(i) Punchhi Commission
(ii) Rajmannar Commission
(iii) Sarkaria Commission
(iv) None of the above

(iii) Sarkaria Commission

Q16. The main objective of the federal system is to

(i) Accomodate regional diversity .
(ii) Promote diversity .
(iii) Make centre more powerful .
(iv) Distribute finances to different organs .

(i) Accomodate regional diversity .

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