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POLITICAL SCIENCE

True Or False WRITE ANSWER OF THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS IN 25 TO 3... WRITE ANSWER TO THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS IN ONE SENTENCE

TRY THIS QUESTION PAPER AS PER NEW SYLLABUS HISTORY & POLITICAL SCIENCE PAPER ONE HISTORY & POLITICAL SCIENCE PAPER TWO

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POLITICAL SCIENCE 1. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. FILL IN THE BLANKS: In democracy, all citizens have ____________right to vote. (equal, unequal, limited, indirect) Citizens get fundamental right and freedom in _____________. (democracy, autocracy, feudalism) India has __________form of democracy. (direct, indirect, presidential, mixed) In Australia, amendment of constitution is brought by__________ (plebiscite, referendum, recall, initiative) The Party (or Parties) winning the majority of seats in the election is known as__________ party.(Ruling, Opposition, Independent, Free) To maintain and capture ____________ is the main aim of the political parties. (Publicity, Minority, Power, Information) Indian National Congress was established in___________ (1885, 1985, 1857, 1991) At present there are ___________ national parties in India. (Six, Two, Three, Four, Seven)

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__________parties act as a watch dog of democracy. (Ruling, Opposition, Recognized, Registered)

10. The distinct nature of language, region, religion and culture is called __________. (unity, diversity, democracy, society) 11. __________ is a country homogenous in the case of language. (India, Switzerland, China, Sri Lanka) 12. __________language are listed in our constitution. (22, 42, 52, 55) 13. India has adopted ___________ system of government. (unitary, federal, presidential, limited monarchy) 14. The claims that we are superior to others creates ___________ (equality, conflict, irregularity, mutual understanding) 15. India had adopted the policy of ___________from the beginning. (tolerance, cooperation, competition, secularism) 16. __________is the core (heart) of democracy. (people, representatives, People's participation, Prime Minister) 17. _________ is a primary political activity. (criticizing the government, deciding policies, voting, attending meeting) 18. In the absence of ____________political equality can become meaningless. (affluence, social equality, country's progress, vigilance) 19. Extreme __________ endangers democracy. (inequality, vigilance, unity, tolerance) 20. In India, on an average _________percent people vote in Lok Sabha. (58, 38, 68, 48)