Test: Popular Struggles And Movements - 3


25 Questions MCQ Test Social Studies (SST) Class 10 | Test: Popular Struggles And Movements - 3


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QUESTION: 1

When was democracy restored in Nepal ?

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QUESTION: 2

Where is Bolivia situated ?

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QUESTION: 3

When did Nepal become a constitutional monarchy ? 

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QUESTION: 4

When was the king Birendra killed ? 

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C is the correct option. On June 1, 2001 King Birendra lay in a pool of blood coming from a gunshot in his head, surrounded by dozens of dead and wounded diners. The guests were rushed to hospital where the King, his wife Queen Aishwarya, daughter Shruti and son Niraja were pronounced dead.

QUESTION: 5

Which party of Nepal did not believe in parliamentary democracy ?

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The Communist Party of Nepal  was a communist political party in Nepal.The party was founded in 1994 after breaking away from the Communist Party of Nepal (Unity Centre). The party has led three governments, from 2008 to 2009 and from 2016 to 2017 under Pushpa Kamal Dahal and from 2013 to 2015 under Baburam Bhattarai. The party was previously known as the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) until 2009 and as the Unified Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) until 2016. In 2008, The Unified Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist), placed first in the election with 220 out of 575 elected seats, and became the largest party in the Constituent Assembly. In the 2013 elections, the party won 80 out of 575 elected seats to become the third largest party in the Constituent Assembly of Nepal. 

The party dissolved on the 17th of May 2018, after merging with the Communist Party of Nepal (Unified Marxist–Leninist) to create the Nepal Communist Party.

QUESTION: 6

The Sardar Srovar Dam is on the              river.

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QUESTION: 7

Which of these kings was killed in mysterious massacre of royal family in 2001 ?

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QUESTION: 8

Democracy can be evolved through ?

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QUESTION: 9

Groups which try to influence government policies are known as… 

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QUESTION: 10

Which of these takes direct part in elections ? 

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QUESTION: 11

What is SPA ?

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QUESTION: 12

Who led the protest against water privatization in Bolivia ?

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QUESTION: 13

Which political party supported the protest against water privatization in Bolivia ? 

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QUESTION: 14

Who was the last king of Nepal ? 

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QUESTION: 15

Those organizations which are formed to promote their interests are known as ?

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QUESTION: 16

Which of these groups promotes collective rather than selective goods ?

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QUESTION: 17

According to the text, who is the new prime minister of Nepal ? 

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QUESTION: 18

When was the popular movement started in Nepal ? 

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QUESTION: 19

Movements have?

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1. Movements have a loose organization.

2. Movements are issue specific and long-term involving more than one issue.

3. Their decision-making is more informal and flexible.

4. They depend much on spontaneous mass participation.
Example: Narmada Bachao Andolan under Medha Patkar.

QUESTION: 20

Narmada Bachao Andolan is a good example of ?

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QUESTION: 21

How pressure groups and movements can affect politics ? 

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D is the correct option.Pressure groups may represent a powerful minority force in society and exert political influence to the detriment of the majority of society. This is an argument often leveled at trade unions and business groups. ... strikes by unions, demonstrations, blockades, pickets) can cause hardship to the community in general.
Hence, all options are correct.
 

QUESTION: 22

Why was the popular struggle started in Bolivia ? 

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QUESTION: 23

What is the capital of Nepal ?

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QUESTION: 24

In which year, the socialist party came in power in Bolivia ?

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The Socialist Party came to power in Bolivia in 2006.

Socialist party support the movement of peoples against the privatisation of water MNC

MAS-IPSP has governed the country since 2006, following the first ever majority victory by a single party in the December 2005 elections. MAS-IPSP evolved out of the movement to defend the interests of coca growers. Evo Morales has articulated the goals of his party and popular organizations as the need to achieve plurinational unity, and to develop a new hydrocarbon law which guarantees 50% of revenue to Bolivia, although political leaders of MAS-IPSP recently interviewed showed interest in complete nationalization of the fossil fuel industries.

QUESTION: 25

Which of the following is not a sectional interest group ?

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