Q1: Our country is divided into
(a) 500 constituencies
(b) 543 constituencies
(c) 550 constituencies
(d) 552 constituencies
Q2: The number of Lok Sabha constituencies in Delhi is
Q3: Who appoints the Chief Election Commissioner of India?
(a) The Chief Justice of India
(b) The Prime Minister of India
(c) The President of India
(d) The Law Minister of India
Q4: Which of these is not a feature of Indian democracy?
(a) India has the largest number of voters in the world
(b) India’s Election Commission is very powerful
(c) In India, everyone above the age of 18 has a right to vote
(d) In India, the losing parties refuse to accept the electoral verdict
Q5: In India, elections for which of these bodies are held after every five years?
(a) Rajya Sabha
(b) Lok Sabha and Vidhan Sabha
(c) Vidhan Parishad
(d) Only Lok Sabha
Q6: Constituencies called ‘wards’ are made for the election to
(b) State Legislative Assembly
(c) State Legislative Council
(d) Panchayats and municipal bodies
Q7: Which of these is not a part of the district and local level bodies?
(d) Lok Sabha
Q8: What is the details the candidates have to give in the legal declaration before contesting the elections?
(a) Serious criminal cases pending against them
(b) Details of assets and liabilities of the candidate and his or her family
(c) Educational qualification of the candidate
(d) All the above
Q9: When on election duty, under whose control does the government officers work?
(a) Central Government
(b) Election Commission
(c) District Magistrate
(d) District Court
Q10: Which of the following statement is incorrect?
(a) All citizens above the age of 21 can vote in an election
(b) Every citizen has the right to vote regardless of caste religion or gender
(c) Some criminals and persons with unsound mind can be denied the right to vote in rare situations
(d) It is the responsibility of the government to get the names of all eligible voters put in the voters list
Q1: In India, Lok Sabha and Vidhan Sabha elections are held regularly after every _______ .
Q2: In India, we follow area based system of representation. The country is divided into different areas for purposes of elections. These areas are called _______ .
Q3: The list of those people who are eligible to vote is officially called the Electoral Roll and is commonly known as _______ .
Q4: According to our election law, no party or candidate can _______ .
Q5: The members of Election Commission are appointed by the _______ .
Q1: Who formed the new party named as Lok Dal?
Q2: How many Lok Sabha Constituencies are there in Indian Parliament?
Q3: What is an Electoral Roll?
Q4: What is a Mid Term electron?
Q5: How many seats are reserved for Scheduled Tribes in Lok Sabha?
Q6: What is party ticket?
Q7: What is EVM?
Q8: What do you mean by Turn Out?
Q9: Who appoints the Chief Election Commissioner of India? What powers are exercised by Election Commission of India?
Q10: Why do we need elections?
Q1: What are the drawbacks of elections?
Q2: How would you explain the different forms of political competition?
Q3: What is a constituency?
Q4: What is an election campaign?
Q5: What is election Manifesto?
Q1: How the system of declaration is made the Election process more sound and informative?
Q2: Can you explain why is there no educational qualification required for contesting elections in India?
Q3: Describe any five unfair means practices which are adopted during elections.
Q4: “One final test of the free and fair election lies in the outcome itself”. Justify the statement with the help of the outcomes of India’s elections.
Q5: Highlight the benefits of political parties in democracy.
|1. What is electoral politics?|
|2. How does the electoral politics system work?|
|3. What is the importance of electoral politics in a democracy?|
|4. What are some challenges faced in electoral politics?|
|5. How can citizens actively engage in electoral politics?|