Political Parties MCQ Questions for Class 10 Social Science Chapter 6 with Answers

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

Q1. What is an ideological one-party system?

(i) Party based on suppression of other parties.
(ii) Party based on coercion.
(iii) Party based on ideological reasons; coercion and suppression of other parties.
(iv) Party based on communist ideology.

(iii) Party based on ideological reasons; coercion and suppression of other parties.

Q2. In which of the following states does the ‘Rashtriya Lok Dal’ exist as a regional political party ?

(i) Haryana
(ii) Uttar Pradesh
(iii) Karnataka
(iv) Odisha.

(ii) Uttar Pradesh

Q3. Every party in the country has to register with the:

(i) Government
(ii) Local government
(iii) Election Commission
(iv) MCD

(iii) Election Commission

Q4. The number of political parties registered with the Election Commission of India is

(i) 750 parties
(ii) more than 750 parties
(iii) Less than 750 parties
(iv) 705 parties

(ii) more than 750 parties

Q5. A recognised political party is one that

(i) is registered with the Election Commission of India.
(ii) is given a unique Election symbol
(iii) gets some other facilities recognised by the Election Commission
(iv) All of these

(iv) All of these

Q6. In India, there is a:

(i) One-party system
(ii) Two-party system
(iii) Multi-party system
(iv) None of the above

(iii) Multi-party system

Q7. A recognised political party is

(i) a party that is present in only one of the federal units.
(ii) a party that is present in several and all units of the federation.
(iii) a party that is based on regional and communal diversities.
(iv) a party recognised by the ‘Election Commission’ with all the privileges and facilities.

(iv) a party recognised by the ‘Election Commission’ with all the privileges and facilities.

Q8. Political parties are allotted symbols by

(i) The government of India
(ii) The constitution of India
(iii) The party leaders
(iv) The Election Commission

(iv) The Election Commission

Q9. Which among the following countries has a one-party system ?

(i) U.S.A.
(ii) U.K.
(iii) China
(iv) Japan.

(iii) China

Q10. Two party system exists in:

(i) USA and China
(ii) UK and India
(iii) USA and UK
(iv) India and China

(iii) USA and UK

Q11. In which of the following states does Shiv Sena exist as a regional political party?

(i) Gujarat
(ii) Karnataka
(iii) Maharashtra
(iv) Madhya Pradesh

(iii) Maharashtra

Q12. Which one of the following is considered the best form of government?

(i) Democracy
(ii) Dictatorship
(iii) Monarchy
(iv) Military Rule

(i) Democracy

Q13. Which one of the following political parties is recognised as a ‘National Political Party’ ?

(i) Bahujan Samaj Party
(ii) Samajwadi Party
(iii) Indian National Lok Dal
(iv) Rashtriya Janata Dal.

(i) Bahujan Samaj Party

Q14. In China, the only one party that is allowed to rule is the:

(а) Congress Party
(ii) BJP
(iii) Socialist Party
(iv) Communist Party

(iv) Communist Party

Q15. Who among the following recognises political parties in India?

(i) Election Commission
(ii) President of India
(iii) Speaker of Lok Sabha
(iv) Supreme Court

(i) Election Commission

Q16. Give the meaning of ‘Alliance’.

(i) Two parties together form the government.
(ii) Leftist and Rightist together form the government.
(iii) When state and national parties together form the government.
(iv) When several parties in a multiparty system join for the purpose of contesting elections and winning power.

(iv) When several parties in a multiparty system join for the purpose of contesting elections and winning power.

Q17. Which political Alliance is ruling the country since 2015 ?

(i) NDA
(ii) UPA
(iii) NPF
(iv) None of these.

(i) NDA

Q18. A political party is a group of people:

(i) Who come together to contest elections and do not hold power in the government
(ii) Who hold power in the government
(iii) Who come together to contest elections
(iv) Who come together to contest elections and hold power in the government

(iv) Who come together to contest elections and hold power in the government

Q19. Which one of the following facilities is offered by the Election Commission to a recognised political party?

(i) Party name
(ii) Election funds
(iii) Election symbol
(iv) Manifesto

(iii) Election symbol

Q20. A recognised political party is

(i) a party that is present in only one of the federal units.
(ii) a party that is present in several and all units of the federation.
(iii) a party that is based on regional and communal diversities.
(iv) a party recognised by the ‘Election Commission’ with all the privileges and facilities.

(iv) a party recognised by the ‘Election Commission’ with all the privileges and facilities.

Q21. In which of the following states does ‘Shiv Sena’ exist as a regional political party ?

(i) Gujarat
(ii) Karnataka
(iii) Maharashtra
(iv) Madhya Pradesh.

(iii) Maharashtra

Q22. Political parties are one of the most:

(i) Invisible institutions in a democracy
(ii) Important part of a democracy
(iii) Visible institutions in a democracy
(iv) None of the above

(iii) Visible institutions in a democracy

Q23. How many recognised national parties were there in 2006?

(i) 5
(ii) 6
(iii) 7
(iv) 8

(ii) 6

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