What is Democracy? Why Democracy? MCQ Questions for Class 9 Social Science Chapter 2 with Answers

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MCQ Questions for Class 9 Social Science with Answers Civics

Q1. In which of these cases can democracy not provide a complete solution?

(i) Removing poverty completely
(ii) Providing education to all
(iii) Giving jobs to all
(iv) All the above

(iv) All the above

Q2. In Saudi Arabia:

(i) men do not have the right to vote
(ii) women do not have the right to vote
(iii) both men and women have the right to vote
(iv) both men and women do not have the right to vote

(ii) women do not have the right to vote

Q3. The head of the government in Nepal is the:

(i) President
(ii) Prime Minister
(iii) King
(iv) Vice President

(i) President

Q4. What kind of government is there in Myanmar?

(i) Government elected by the people
(ii) Communist government
(iii) Army rule
(iv) Monarchy

(iii) Army rule

Q5. Who led a military coup in Pakistan in 1999?

(i) Benazir Bhutto
(ii) Nawaz Sharif
(iii) Pervez Musharraf
(iv) None of the above

(iii) Pervez Musharraf

Q6. Some of the drawbacks of democracy are

(i) instability and delays
(ii) corruption and hypocrisy
(iii) politicians fighting among themselves
(iv) all the above

(iv) all the above

Q7. In a democracy, each adult citizen must:

(i) have one vote and each vote must have two values
(ii) have two votes and each vote must have one value
(iii) have one vote and each vote must have one value
(iv) all the above

(iii) have one vote and each vote must have one value

Q8. How many members are elected to the National People’s Congress from all over China?

(i) 3050
(ii) 3000
(iii) 4000
(iv) 2000

(ii) 3000

Q9. Which party has ruled Zimbabwe since its independence and who is its ruler?

(i) ZANU-PF, Robert Mugabe
(ii) ZANU-PF, Kenneth Kaunda
(iii) Zimbabwe Freedom Party, Nelson Mandela
(iv) Zimbabwe Party, P Johnson

(i) ZANU-PF, Robert Mugabe

Q10. How are the rulers of Saudi Arabia elected?

(i) By the people
(ii) Rule of the army
(iii) because they happen to be born into the royal family
(iv) None

(iii) because they happen to be born into the royal family

Q11. Which of these is permitted under the Rule of Law?

(i) Prime Minister can be punished for violating the Constitution.
(ii) Police has a right to kill anybody.
(iii) Women can be paid lesser salaries.
(iv) President can rule for as long as he wants.

(i) Prime Minister can be punished for violating the Constitution.

Q12. A democratic government rules within limits set by:

(i) the ruling government
(ii) the constitutional law
(iii) citizens right
(iv) constitutional law and citizens’ rights

(iv) constitutional law and citizens’ rights

Q13. When did Zimbabwe attain independence and from whom?

(i) 1970, from Black minority rule
(ii) 1880, from White minority rule
(iii) 1980, from Americans
(iv) 1980, from White minority rule

(iv) 1980, from White minority rule

Q14. Prime Minister can be punished for violating the Constitution.

(i) Prime Minister can be punished for violating the Constitution.
(ii) Police has a right to kill anybody.
(iii) Women can be paid lesser salaries.
(iv) President can rule for as long as he wants.

(i) Prime Minister can be punished for violating the Constitution.

Q15. Zimbabwe attained independence from White minority rule in …….?

(i) 1980
(ii) 1975
(iii) 1981
(iv) 1977

(i) 1980

Q16. Which party has ruled Zimbabwe since its independence and who is its ruler?

(i) ZANU-PF, Robert Mugabe
(ii) ZANU-PF, Kenneth Kaunda
(iii) Zimbabwe Freedom Party, Nelson Mandela
(iv) Zimbabwe Party, P Johnson

(i) ZANU-PF, Robert Mugabe

Q17. The worst recorded famine in world history is:

(i) Bengal famine
(ii) Japanese famine
(iii) China’s famine
(iv) American famine

(iii) China’s famine

Q18. What is Constitutional Law?

(i) Provisions given in the Constitution
(ii) Law to make Constitution
(iii) Law to set up Constituent Assembly
(iv) none of the above

(i) Provisions given in the Constitution

Q19. The most common form that democracy takes in our time is that of

(i) limited democracy
(ii) representative democracy
(iii) maximum democracy
(iv) none of the above

(ii) representative democracy

Q20. Which of these is an example of perfect democracy?

(i) USA
(ii) UK
(iii) India
(iv) None of the above

(iv) None of the above

Q21. Which of these is not an instance of broader meaning of democracy?

(i) Taking opinion of all the family members before taking a decision
(ii) Being allowed to ask questions in the class
(iii) Having no say in one’s marriage plan
(iv) None of the above

(iii) Having no say in one’s marriage plan

Q22. Democracy improves the:

(i) dignity of the people
(ii) economy of the country
(iii) the quality of decision-making
(iv) all the above

(iii) the quality of decision-making

Q23. Which organ of the government is required to protect the rights of the citizens?

(i) Executive
(ii) Legislature
(iii) Independent judiciary
(iv) Police

(iii) Independent judiciary

Q24. In which period did China face one of the worst famines that have occurred in the world?

(i) 1932-36
(ii) 1958-61
(iii) 2001-2002
(iv) 2004-2007

(iv) 2004-2007

Q25. Which of these features is/are necessary to provide the basic rights to the citizens?

(i) Citizens should be free to think
(ii) Should be free to form associations
(iii) Should be free to raise protest
(iv) All the above

(iv) All the above

Q26. In Pakistan, General Parvez Musharraf led a military coup in October:

(i) 1997
(ii) 1998
(iii) 1999
(iv) 2000

(iii) 1999

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