Outcomes of Democracy MCQ Questions for Class 10 Social Science Chapter 7 with Answers

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

Q1. Among the following which country tops in inequality of income?

(i) Hungary
(ii) Russia
(iii) South Africa
(iv) UK

(iii) South Africa

Q2. Which one of the following is considered the best form of government ?

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

(i) Democracy

Q3. Majority and minority opinions are:

(i) Permanent
(ii) Not permanent
(iii) Temporary
(iv) None of the above

(ii) Not permanent

Q4. In a democracy, a citizen has the right and means to examine the process of decision¬making. This is known as

(i) Dictatorship
(ii) Transparency
(iii) Legitimacy
(iv) Equality

(ii) Transparency

Q5. Which of the following forms of government has support in genial

(i) Democracy
(ii) Monarchy rule
(iii) Military rule
(iv) Rule of religious leaders

(i) Democracy

Q6. When was democracy introduced in India?

(i) 1952
(ii) 1950
(iii) 1947
(iv) 1949

(ii) 1950

Q7. What is the justification for reservation for scheduled castes and scheduled tribes ?

(i) To grant equal status and equal opportunity to all caste groups
(ii) To bring them at par with higher castes
(iii) To make them able to fight the atrocities of higher caste
(iv) None of these.

(i) To grant equal status and equal opportunity to all caste groups

Q8. No society can fully and permanently resolve conflicts:

(i) Among caste systems
(ii) Rich and poor
(iii) Among different groups
(iv) None of the above

(iii) Among different groups

Q9. Democratic government is better than non-democratic because

(i) it is a legitimate form of government.
(ii) overwhelming support for the idea all over the world.
(iii) it leads to a just distribution of goods and opportunities.
(iv) it ensures faster economic growth.

(i) it is a legitimate form of government.

Q10. Democracy is based on the idea of

(i) Majority
(ii) Minority `
(iii) Deliberation and negotiation
(iv) None of these

(iii) Deliberation and negotiation

Q11. Why is democracy considered as the better form of government than dictatorship?

(i) Promotes equality and enhances dignity of the individual.
(ii) Never allows room to correct mistakes.
(iii) Majority community rule
(iv) Provides methods to resolve conflicts

(i) Promotes equality and enhances dignity of the individual.

Q12. Who is ‘Sovereign’ in a Democratic form of Government ?

(i) Government
(ii) State
(iii) People
(iv) None of these.

(iii) People

Q13. People in several poor countries are now dependent on the rich countries:

(i) For education
(ii) For weapons
(iii) Food supplies
(iv) For medicines

(iii) Food supplies

Q14. Which one of the following is not the way to resolve a conflict in a democracy?

(i) Mass mobilisation
(ii) Using Parliament
(iii) Doing justice
(iv) Armed revolution

(iv) Armed revolution

Q15. Democracy is a government of the people, by the people and for the people.”is said by-

(i) Abraham Lincoln
(ii) Gittel
(iii) Mahatma Gandhi
(iv) Jawahar Lal Nehru

(i) Abraham Lincoln

Q16. What do democracies ensure regarding decision making?

(i) Process of transparency
(ii) Decisions taken by the head of the country
(iii) Decision by the Council of Ministers
(iv) Restricted popular participation in decision making

(i) Process of transparency

Q17. Which one of the following is an outcome of democracy ?

(i) Corruption free society
(ii) Removal of poverty from society
(iii) Provides a suitable government
(iv) None of the above.

(iii) Provides a suitable government

Q18. Democracies do not appear to be very successful in:

(i) Reducing economic inequalities
(ii) Reducing political inequalities
(iii) Reducing caste distinction
(iv) All the above

(i) Reducing economic inequalities

Q19. In which one of the following countries is democracy not preferred over dictatorship?

(i) Bangladesh
(ii) Pakistan
(iii) Sri Lanka
(iv) India

(ii) Pakistan

Q20. The basic outcome of democracy is

(i) Political, social and economic outcome
(ii) Military outcome
(iii) Restricted and limited welfare policies.
(iv) Elimination of poverty

(i) Political, social and economic outcome

Q21. The difference in the rates of economic developments between less developed countries with dictatorships and democracies is:

(i) Less
(ii) More
(iii) Negligible
(iv) None of the above

(iii) Negligible

Q22. Which one of the following is the most popular form of government in the contemporary world?

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

(iv) Democracy

Q23. Democracy is based on the idea of:

(i) Deliberation and negotiation
(ii) Rule for all
(iii) All are equal
(iv) None of the above

(i) Deliberation and negotiation

Q24. Democracy is seen to be good in principle:

(i) But felt to be not so good in its practice
(ii) But wide in practice
(iii) And much better in practice
(iv) None of the above

(i) But felt to be not so good in its practice

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