Political Science MCQ | SSC Maharashtra Board


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Political science MCQ | SSC

Political Scince SSC Multiple Choice Questions With Answers

1) Maharashtra ______ seats are reserved for women in local self-governing institutions.

A) 25%
B) 30%
C) 40%
D) 50%

Ans : 50%

2) Which of the following laws created a favorable environment for women to secure freedom and self-development?

A) Right to Information Act
B) Dowry Prohibition Act
C) Food Security Act
D) None of the above

Ans : Dowry Prohibition Act

3) The essence of democracy is ________

A) Universal adult franchise.
B) Decentralisation of power.
C) Policy of reservation of seats.
D) Judicial decisions.

Ans : Universal adult franchise.

4) _______ ensures transparency and accountability of government.

A) Right to Information Act
B) Dowry Prohibition Act
C) Food Security Act

Ans : Right to Information Act

5) The election commissioner is appointed by the ______.

A) President
B) Prime Minister
C) Speaker of LokSabha
D) Vice President

Ans : President

6) _________ was appointed as the first Chief Election Commissioner of independent India.

A) Dr. Rajendra Prasad
B) T.N. Sheshan
C) Sukumar Sen
D) Neela Satyanarayan

Ans : Sukumar Sen

7) Constituencies are created by _________ committee of the Election Commission.

A) Selection
B) Delimitation
C) Voting
D) Timetable

Ans : Delimitation

8) _______ was the first voter of India.

A) Sham Sharan Negi
B) Sukumar Sen
C) T. N. Sheshan
D) Jawaharlal Nehru

Ans : Sham Sharan Negi

9) When people come together and participate in the electoral process, to acquire political power, such organizations are called ________

A) Government
B) Society
C) Political parties  
D) Social organisations

Ans : Political parties  

10) National Conference is a party in _________ State.

A) Orissa
B) Assam
C) Bihar
D) Jammu and Kashmir

Ans : Jammu and Kashmir

11) Justice Party a non-Brahmin movement was transformed into _______ Political Party.

A) Assam Gan Parishad
B) Shiv Sena
C) Dravid Munnetra Kazhagam
D) Jammu and Kashmir National Conference

Ans : Dravid Munnetra Kazhagam

12) To achieve power is the main objective of _______.

A) Social organizations
B) Political parties
C) Cultural organizations
D) Students’ organizations

Ans : Political parties

13) ____________ is the main demand of farmers movement.

A) Right to cultivate on the forest land
B) To get the right price for agricultural  product
C) Protection of consumers
D) Building of dams

Ans : To get the right price for agricultural  product

14) To increase agricultural production and become self-sufficient with regard to food grains ____________ was initiated.

A) Water revolution
B) Green revolution
C) Industrial revolution
D) White revolution

Ans : Green revolution

15) _______ is known as ‘Waterman of India’.

A) Dr. Rajendrasinh Rana
B) Medha Patkar
C) Anna Hazare
D) Disha Ravi

Ans : Dr. Rajendrasinh Rana

16) Belgium has borders with France, the Netherlands, ________ and Luxembourg.

A) Sweden
B) Austria
C) Italy
D) Germany

Ans : Germany

17) Out of the total population of Belgium, _________ of people live in the Wallonia region and speak French.

A) 40 percent
B) 50 percent
C) 20 percent
D) 10 percent

Ans : 40 percent

18) __________ means a social division based on shared culture.

A) Ethnic
B) Democracy
C) Secularism
D) None of the above

Ans : Ethnic

19) In __________, an Act was passed to recognise Sinhala as the only official language, thus disregarding Tamil.

A) 1958
B) 1956
C) 1968
D) None of the above

Ans : 1956

20) Which is the capital city of belgium .

A) Wallonia
B) Brussels 
C) Bonn
D) Paris 

Ans : Brussels 

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