Gender Religion and Caste MCQ Questions for Class 10 Social Science Chapter 4 with Answers

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

Q1. What is the term used to describe the use of religion as a tool for dividing people ?

(i) Diversity
(ii) Communalism
(iii) Communism
(iv) Regionalism.

(ii) Communalism

Q2. In the case of communalism, casteism is rooted in the belief that:

(i) Caste is the sole basis of social community
(ii) Religion is the sole basis of social community
(iii) Modern education is necessary
(iv) None of the above

(i) Caste is the sole basis of social community

Q3. Jotiba Phule was a/an

(i) social reformer
(ii) political leader
(iii) educationist
(iv) environmentalist

(i) social reformer

Q4. Which one of the following was the view of Mahatma Gandhi about religion ?

(i) He was in favour of Hinduism.
(ii) He was an ardent supporter of Muslim Religion.
(iii) By religion, Gandhi meant for moral values that inform all religions.
(iv) He said that India should adopt Christianity.

(iii) By religion, Gandhi meant for moral values that inform all religions.

Q5. Among the following, which countries have high participation of women in public life?

(i) Sweden and India
(ii) Norway and Sri Lanka
(iii) Nepal and Finland
(iv) Sweden and Africa

(iv) Sweden and Africa

Q6. What is the basis of gender division ?

(i) Division between male and female
(ii) Division between rich and poor
(iii) Division between educated and uneducated
(iv) None of these.

(i) Division between male and female

Q7. Some of the older aspects of caste:

(i) Do not persist
(ii) Still persist
(iii) Do not exist
(iv) None of the above

(ii) Still persist

Q8. In India, the representation of women in legislature has been

(i) moderate
(ii) high
(iii) low
(iv) very low

(iv) very low

Q9. Which one of the following is a form of communalism?

(i) Communal Unity and integrity.
(ii) Communal fraternity.
(iii) Communal violence, riots and massacre.
(iv) Communal harmony.

(iii) Communal violence, riots and massacre.

Q10. When we speak of gender divisions, we usually refer to:

(i) Biological difference between men and women
(ii) Unequal roles assigned by the society to men and women
(iii) Unequal child sex ratio
(iv) Absence of voting rights for women in democracies.

(ii) Unequal roles assigned by the society to men and women

Q11. What is the term used for a movement that seeks to secure equality of status for women?

(i) Racial Movement
(ii) Feminist Movement
(iii) Civil Rights Movement
(iv) Equality Movement.

(ii) Feminist Movement

Q12. All societies have some kind of social inequality:

(i) And some form of division of labour
(ii) And different castes
(iii) And similar castes
(iv) None of the above

(i) And some form of division of labour

Q13. What is the percentage of Hindus in India, as per the 2001 Census?

(i) 13.4
(ii) 80.5
(iii) 90.2
(iv) 91

(ii) 80.5

Q14. Which one of the following is the basis of communal politics?

(i) People of different religions may have the same interests.
(ii) People of different religions have different interests that involve conflicts.
(iii) People of different religions live in mutual co-operation.
(iv) People who follow different religions belong to the same social community.

(ii) People of different religions have different interests that involve conflicts.

Q15. What is the major cause of sexual division of labour in many families ?

(i) Gender division
(ii) Economic division
(iii) Political division
(iv) Cultural division.

(i) Gender division

Q16. A communal mind often leads to a quest for political dominance of one’s:

(i) Own religious society
(ii) Own religious community
(iii) Own religious ideas
(iv) None of the above

(ii) Own religious

Q17. Which of these matters deal with the ‘Family Laws’?

(i) Marriage and divorce
(ii) Adoption
(iii) Inheritance
(iv) All of these

(iv) All of these

Q18. What is the average child sex ratio in India ?

(i) 923
(ii) 926
(iii) 935
(iv) 933

(iv) 933

Q19. Boys and girls are brought up to believe that the main work of women is:

(i) Working outside
(ii) To do housework
(iii) To do housework and bringing up children
(iv) None of the above

(iii) To do housework and bringing up children

Q20. The percentage of elected women members in the Lok Sabha has never reached what per cent of its total strength?

(i) 25%
(ii) 15%
(iii) 10%
(iv) 5%

(iii) 10%

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