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CBSE Class 10 Political Parties MCQ Table
Which one of the following facilities is offered by the Election Commission to a recognised political party?
(a) Party name
(b) Election funds
(c) Election symbol
Which one of the following is a ‘National Political Party’?
(a) Samajwadi Party
(b) Rashtriya Janata Dal
(c) Rashtriya Lok Dal
(d) Bahujan Samaj PartyAnswer
Who among the following recognises political parties in India?
(a) Election Commission
(b) President of India
(c) Speaker of Lok Sabha
(d) Supreme CourtAnswer
Which one of the following countries has one party system?
In which of the following states does Shiv Sena exist as a regional political party?
(d) Madhya PradeshAnswer
Name the political party that emerged out of mass movement?
(b) Janata Dal
(c) Forward Bloc
(d) Bahujan SamAnswer
A recognised political party is
(a) a party that is present in only one of the federal units.
(b) a party that is present in several and all units of the federation.
(c) a party that is based on regional and communal diversities.
(d) a party recognised by the ‘Election Commission’ with all the privileges and facilities.Answer
An example of a country having the multi party system is
(d) United KingdomAnswer
How many parties are needed in any democratic system to compete in elections and provide a fair chance for the competing parties ; to come to power?
(a) Less than two
(b) At least two parties
(c) More than two parties
(d) At least three partiesAnswer
The number of political parties registered with the Election Commission of India is
(a) 750 parties
(b) more than 750 parties
(c) Less than 750 parties
(d) 705 partiesAnswer
How many parties are registered with the Election Commission of India?
(d) More than 750Answer
What is a signed document submitted to an officer regarding her personal information?
Which of these statements is incorrect about CPI (M)?
(a) Supports socialism, secularism and democracy
(b) Opposes imperialism and communalism
(c) Wants to secure socio-economic justice in India
(d) None of the aboveAnswer
Who chooses the candidates for contesting elections in India?
(a) Members and supporters of the party
(b) Top party leadership
(c) The existing government
(d) None of theseAnswer
When and under whose leadership was Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) formed?
(a) 1982, Mayawati
(b) 1984, Kanshi Ram
(c) 1985, Mulayam Singh Yadav
(d) 1986, Bhajanlal