Federalism MCQ Questions for Class 10 Social Science Chapter 2 with Answers

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MCQ Questions for Class 10 Social Science with Answers Part:- Civics

Q1. Which of the following countries is an example of “coming together federation”?

(i) U.S.A
(ii) India
(iii) Spain
(iv) Belgium

(i) U.S.A

Q2. Which of the following does not form the basis of distribution of power in Indian Federal system ?

(i) Union list
(ii) State list
(iii) Parliamentary list
(iv) Concurrent list.

(iii) Parliamentary list

Q3. At least one-third of all positions are reserved for:

(а) Men
(ii) Women
(iii) Children
(iv) Schedules Tribes

(ii) Women

Q4. In India’s federal system, the state governments have the power to legislate on all those subjects which are included in the:

(i) Union list
(ii) State list
(iii) Concurrent list
(iv) Residuary subjects

(ii) State list

Q5. How many scheduled languages are recognized by the constitution?

(i) Besides Hindus, there are 18 scheduled, languages.
(ii) Besides Hindi, there are 21 scheduled languages.
(iii) Besides Hindi there are 22 scheduled languages.
(iv) Besides Hindi there are 19 scheduled languages

(ii) Besides Hindi, there are 21 scheduled languages.

Q6. 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

Q7. 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

Q8. A major step towards decentralisation was taken in:

(i) 1991
(ii) 1992
(iii) 1993
(iv) 1994

(ii) 1992

Q9. Which one of the following States in India has its own Constitution?

(i) Uttarakhand
(ii) Madhya Pradesh
(iii) J & K
(iv) Nagaland

(iii) J & K

Q10. Which local govt works at district level?

(i) Panchayat samiti
(ii) Village panchayat
(iii) Zila Parishad
(iv) None of the mention above

(iii) Zila Parishad

Q11. Which among the following are examples of ‘Coming together federations’?

(i) India, Spain and Belgium
(ii) India, USA and Spain
(iii) USA, Switzerland and Australia
(iv) Belgium and Sri Lanka

(iii) USA, Switzerland and Australia

Q12. Who can declare a law as unconstitutional if it conflicts with the provision of the Constitution ?

(i) President
(ii) Prime Minister
(iii) Judiciary
(iv) Lock Shabha Speaker.

(iii) Judiciary

Q13. Restructuring the Centre-State relations is one more way in which:

(i) Democracy is strengthened
(ii) Socialism is strengthened
(iii) Federalism is strengthened
(iv) None of the above

(iii) Federalism is strengthened

Q14. Which of the following states has been given a special status?

(i) Jammu and Kashmir
(ii) Tripura
(iii) Bihar
(iv) Haryana

(i) Jammu and Kashmir

Q15. What is the government at Block level called?

(i) Gram Sabha
(ii) Gram Panchyat
(iii) Panchayat Samiti
(iv) Nayay Panchyat

(iii) Panchayat Samiti

Q16. Who is empowered to make laws on Union List ?

(i) President
(ii) Central Government
(iii) Prime Minister
(iv) None of these.

(ii) Central Government

Q17. According to the Constitution, the use of English for official purposes was to stop in:

(i) 1948
(ii) 1955
(iii) 1965
(iv) 1975

(iii) 1965

Q18. The number of Scheduled Languages in India is

(i) 21
(ii) 22
(iii) 23
(iv) 25

(ii) 22

Q19. Which is not a key feature of Federation ?

(i) A written Constitution
(ii) judiciary
(iii) Division of powers
(iv) Centralization of powers.

(iv) Centralization of powers.

Q20. Some states were created not on the basis of language but to recognise differences based on:

(i) Culture
(ii) Ethnicity
(iii) Geography
(iv) All the above

(iv) All the above

Q21. Holding together federations are not found in

(i) India
(ii) Spain
(iii) Belgium
(iv) Australia

(iv) Australia

Q22. The creation of Linguistic States was the first and a major test for:

(i) Federal government in India
(ii) Peace in India
(iii) Democratic politics in our country
(iv) None of the above

(iii) Democratic politics in our country

Q23. Which of the following is not an example of ‘holding together’ federations?

(i) India
(ii) Spain
(iii) Belgium
(iv) Switzerland

(iv) Switzerland

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