30 Multiple Choice Questions for Political Science Class 11

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1. The term Political Science has been derived from the word ‘Polis’ which is a

(a) Latin word

(b) Greek word

(c) German word.

2. Which organ of the government interprets the law?

(a) Legislature

(b) Executive

(c) Judiciary

3. A one-party system can be found in

(a) India

(b) China

(c) Canada.

4. Who described Political Science as a “Master of all Sciences”?

(a) Bernard Shaw

(b) H. G. James

(c) Aristotle

4. Whose definition of the state contains all its essential elements?

(a) Woodrow Wilson

(b) Laski

(c) Garner.

6. Political parties are essential for the success of

(a) Democracy

(b) Monarchy

(c) Dictatorship.

7. The Constitution of India came into force on

(a) 26th January, 1947

(b) 26th January, 1949

(c) 26th January, 1950.

8. The word ‘Republic’ in the Indian Constitution implies that the head of the state should be

(a) nominated

(b) elected

(c) based on heredity.

9. The Normative Approach to the Study of Political Science deals with

(a) Values

(b) Facts

(c) Facts and Values

10. The Principle of one Nation and one State was accepted

(a) After the World War I

(b) After the World War II

(c) During the Middle Ages

11. An interest group is formed by people who have

(a) factional interest

(b) common interest

(c) distinct interest

12. The agencies of Public opinion that help in shaping the minds of ignorant people are:

(a) Newspaper and Magazine

(b) Radio, Cinema and Television

(c) Television and Newspapers.

13. In China there is

(a) Single Party System

(b) Dual Party system

(c) Multi-Party system

14. If the executive powers of a country are vested in a group of persons, it is said to be

(a) Elective Executive

(b) Plural Executive

(c) Single Executive

15. Which organ of the government can be called the guardian of the Constitution?

(a) Executive

(b) Legislature

(c) Judiciary.

16. Sovereign power in a democratic state lies with the

(a) Government

(b) People.

(c) Constitution

17. Which one of these Countries has a Unitary System of government?

(a) India

(b) Britain

(c) U. S. A

18. The Indian Constitution was adopted by the

(a) Indian National Congress

(b) Parliament

(c) Constituent Assembly.

19. In the Constitution of India, the residuary powers are vested in the

(a) Union Government

(b) State Government

(c) Both Union and State Government

20. The Constitution of India declares India as an

(a) Union of States

(b) Federation of States

(c) Unitary States.

21. The Constitution of India has vested the Discretionary powers to the

(a) Chief Minister

(b) Chief Justice of the High Court

(c) Governor

22. Money Bills can originate only in the

(a) Legislative Assembly

(b) Legislative Council

(c) Both Houses

23. The Speaker of the Legislative Assembly is elected by the

(a) Members of the Legislative Council

(b) Members of the Legislative Assembly

(c) Members of the Legislative Assembly and of the Legislative Council

24. At the top of the three-tier Panchayati Raj system stands the

(a) Mandal Parishad

(b) Panchayati Samiti

(c) Zilla Parishad

25. “Political Science begins and ends with the state”. Who said this?

(a) Aristotle

(b) Paul Janet

(c) Garner.

26. The empirical approach to the study of Political Science deals with

(a) Facts and values

(b) Values and preferences

(c) Facts and experience.

27. Which one of the following is not an element of the State?

(a) Religion

(b) Territory

(c) Population.

28. Membership of a Political Party is

(a) Compulsory

(b) Voluntary

(c) Restricted.

29. The press can be an effective agency of Public opinion if it is

(a) Controlled by the government

(b) Controlled by Political Parties

(c) Free and impartial.

30. Pressure groups differ from Political Parties because they

(a) have their own objectives

(b) do not contest elections

(c) protect their own interests.

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