MCQ - Popular Struggles & Movements Notes - Class 10

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Popular Struggles and Movements

MCQ

Q.1: - What did Nepal become a constitutional monarchy?

(a) In 1960    

(b) In 1970    

(c) In 1980  

 (d) In 1990

 

Q.2: - What was the aim of the extraordinary movement Nepal witnessed in 2006?

(a) Restoring Democracy          

 (b) Abolishing untouchability

(c) Bringing down military rule    

(d) Division of Nepal

 

Q.3: - Who become the new Prime Minister of Nepal in 2006?

(a) Beni Prasad      

(b) Girija Prasad Koirala

(c) Gyanendra        

(d) Himmat Prasad Koirala

 

Q.4: - Which organization was setup by the Nepalese people to restore democracy in Nepal?

(a) The Dual Alliance        

(b) The Tripple Alliance

(c) The Nepal Congress    

 (d) The Seven Party Alliance

 

Q.5: - On which day was the king of Nepal (King Gyanendra) forced to concede all the demands of SPA?

(a) On June 1, 2001      

(b) On April 24, 2006

(c) On July 24, 2006    

(d) On June 1, 2007

 

Q.6: - What was the Bolivian protest called?

(a) Bolivian war          

(b) Bolivia’s Water war

(c) Water for Bolivia    

(d) Bolivian crisis

 

Q.7: - To which of the following countries does FEDECOR belong?

(a) Nepal    

(b) Northern Ireland  

  (c) Belgium    

(d) Bolivia

 

Q.8: - Which political party came to power in Bolivia in 2006?

(a) Democratic Party  

 (b) Socialist Party

(c) Liberal Party          

(d) Conservative Party

 

Q.9: - Which of the following is an example of moments growing into political parties?

(a) NAPM            

(b) FEDECOR

(c) BAMCEF        

(d) Assam Gana Parishad

 

Q.10: - Which of the following can be classified as a type of public interest group?

(a) Trade unions      

(b) FEDECOR

(c) Doctors            

(d) Teachers

 

Q.11: - When was the king Birendra of Nepal Killed?

(a) In 1999    

(b) In 2000    

(c) In 2001    

(d) In 2002

 

Q.12: - How did people protest against the “Kittiko – Hochchiko” movements?

(a) By planting more eucalyptus trees.

(b) By plucking more trees

(c) By plucking eucalyptus trees and planting other saplings 

 
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