Federalism MCQs Mock Test 10th Class S.St.

Welcome to your Federalism MCQs Mock Test 10th Class S.St.

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Q 1. What is true regarding sources of revenue in a federal system?

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Q2. Power to interpret the constitution is with the:

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Q.3. In Unitary form of government:

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Q 4: To make India a strong federation, we need:

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Q 5. Who has special power in administering the Union Territories in india?

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Q6. Which form of power-sharing is most commonly referred to as federalism?

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Q7. An ideal federal system has an aspect of:

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Q8. Which are the basic objectives of a federal system?

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Q 9. What are the kinds of routes through which federations have been formed?

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Q10. In federalism, power is divided between various constituent units and:

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Q 11. In federal system, Central Government cannot order the:

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Q12. Asystem of government in which power is divided between a central authority and various constituent units of the country is called:

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Q13. Which of the following is not a feature of federalism?

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Q14. How many levels of government does a federation usually have?

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Q15. How many countries in the world have a federal political system?

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Q16. State Government has powers of its own for which ...........

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Q17. Different tiers of government govern the same citizens, but each tier has its own.......…. In specific matters.

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Q18. Can the fundamental provisions of the constitution be unilaterally changed by one tevel of government in federalism?

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Q19. State government has powers of its own for which it is not answerable to the:

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Q20. Belgium shifted from a unitary form of government to:

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Q21. Which type of government does the Belgium have?

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Q22. Which of the following countries follow the unitary system of government?

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Q 23. The distinguishing feature of a federal government is:

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Q24. Consider the following four statements: I.In a federation the powers of the federal and provincial governments are clearly demarcated. II. india is a federation because the powers of the Union and State Governments are specified in the Constitution and they have exclusive jurisdiction on their respective subjects. III. Sri Lanka is a federation because the country is divided into provinces. IV. india is no longer a federation because some powers of the States have been devolved to the local government bodies. Which of these statements are correct?

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Q. 25. The real success of federalism in india can be attributed to the:

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Q26. After 1993, Belgium shifted from a unitary to:

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Q 27. In a federal system, the Central Government:

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Q28. One of the key changes made in the Constitution of Belgium was to reduce the power of the Central Government and to give their powers:

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Q 29. Which of the following group of countries are an example of coming together federation?

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Q 30. Which country is an example of coming together federation?

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Q 31. Choose the incorrect statement.

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Q 32. Which of the following governments has two or more tevels?

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Q 33. When independent states come together on thelr own to form a bigger unit, so that by pooling sovereignty and retaining ' identity they can Increase their security. This type of coming ‘ together’ federations are practiced by which countries?

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Q.34. Federations have been formed with the two kinds of: ‘

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Q.35. In holding together federation the Central government tends to be:

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Q 36. When a large country decides to divide its power between the constituent states and the national government, it is called ‘holding together’ federations. Which countries practise this system? .

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Q 37. ‘Holding together’ federations are not found in:

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Q 38. Which of the following is not an example of ‘holding together’ federations?

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Q 39. What type of distribution of powers does the indian Constitution provide for?

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Q 40. Which of the following pairs of subjects is not associated with the union list?

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Q 41. Who can make laws relating to the subjects mentioned in the Union list?

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Q 42. ............... includes subjects of national importance such as defence, foreign affairs, banking etc.

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Q 43. Education, forest, trade unions comes under ......….

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Q44. Both the Union and State governments can make laws on the ; subjects mentioned in the ...........

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Q45. The subjects that do not fall in any of the three lists comes , under............. .

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Q46. Which one comes under the Union List in India?

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Q.47. Which one comes under the State List in India?

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Q48. On which of the following subjects can both the Union as : well as the State Governments make laws?

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Q 49. What is meant by residuary subjects?

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Q50. Give an example of a subject under the residuary list.

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