MCQ Questions for Class 11 Political Science Chapter 7 Federalism with Answers

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Q1. Which one of the following is not a feature of Indian federation?

(a) Written Constitution
(b) Supremacy of the Constitution
(c) Distribution of Powers
(d) Dual Citizenship

(d) Dual Citizenship


Q2. The union territory that was given a special status in the year 1991 was

(a) Delhi.
(b) Chandigarh.
(c) West Bengal.
(d) Lakshadweep.

(a) Delhi.


Q3. Which one of the following articles declares India a ‘Union of States’?

(a) Articles 1
(b) Articles 10
(c) Articles 4
(d) Articles 2.

(a) Articles 1


Q4. According to the Constitution, India is a

(a) Federal state.
(b) Unitary state.
(c) Union of states.
(d) Quasi-federal state.

(c) Union of states.


Q5. Appointment of the Governor is dealt under the article

(a) Article 167
(b) Article 124
(c) Article 162
(d) Article 155

(d) Article 155


Q6. Which state of India has its own constitution:

(a) Tripura
(b) Meghalaya
(c) Manipur
(d) Jammu & Kashmir

(d) Jammu & Kashmir


Q7. Which one of the following articles authorise the Parliament to protect persons in the service of the union or a state in respect of any action taken by them during martial law to maintain or restore order?

(a) Article 167 and 168
(b) Article 24 and 25
(c) Article 33 and 34
(d) Article 155

(c) Article 33 and 34


Q8. Which Commission was appointed by the central government to examine the issues relating to centre-State relations?

(a) Punchhi Commission
(b) Rajmannar Commission
(c) Sarkaria Commission
(d) None of the above

(c) Sarkaria Commission


Q9. The State Reorganisation Commission recommended the creation of

(a) Regional states.
(b) Religious states.
(c) Ethnic states.
(d) Linguistic states.

(d) Linguistic states.


Q10. The concept of separate, sovereign national and state governments is known as

(a) Oligarchy
(b) Federalism
(c) Aristocracy
(d) Unicameralism

(b) Federalism


Q11. “The Constitution of India is neither purely federal nor unitary but it is a combination of both. It is a composite state of a novel type.” The quote is given by

(a) Hamilton.
(b) D.D.Basu.
(c) Herbert Samuel
(d) C.F.Strong

(b) D.D.Basu.


Q12. Which one of the following articles authorises the Parliament to protect persons in the service of the union or a state in respect of any action taken by them during martial law to maintain or restore order?

(a) Article 167 and 168
(b) Article 24 and 25
(c) Article 33 and 34
(d) Article 155

(c) Article 33 and 34


Q13. The union territory that was given a special status in the year 1991 was

(a) Delhi
(b) Chandigarh
(c) West Bengal
(d) Lakshadweep

(a) Delhi


Q14. “The Constitution of India is neither purely federal nor unitary but it is a combination of both. It is a composite state of a novel type.” The quote is given by

(a) Hamilton
(b) D.D.Basu
(c) Herbert Samuel
(d) C.F.Strong

(b) D.D.Basu


Q15. According to the Constitution, India is a

(a) Federal state
(b) Unitary state
(c) Union of states
(d) Quasi-federal state

(c) Union of states


Q16. India is ‘Union of States’ which is taken from

(a) USA
(b) Australia
(c) Canada
(d) Switzerland

(c) Canada


Q17. Number of states in India are

(a) 38
(b) 28
(c) 25
(d) 26

(b) 28


II. Fill up the blanks

Q18. Article ………….. of the constitution says India ie; Bharat shall be ’Union of states’

1


Q19. Concurrent list contains ………….. subjects

47


Q20. Residual powers rest with …………..

centre


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