MCQs for Class 10 Political Science Book Chapter 5 “Popular Struggles and Movements”

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CBSE Class 10 Political Science Democratic Politics Book Chapter 5 “Popular Struggles and Movements” Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) with Answers



Here is a compilation of Free MCQs of Class 10 Political Science Democratic Politics Book Chapter 5 – Popular Struggles and Movements. Students can practice free MCQs as have been added by CBSE in the new exam pattern. At the end of Multiple Choice Questions, the answer key has also been provided for your reference


Q1. Which of the following statements is correct regarding ‘section Interest groups’?

    1. A. They promote collective rather than select group
      A. Their principal concern is betterment and well being of their members, not society in general
      A. They aim to help groups rather than their own members
      A. They do not seek to promote the interest of a particular section or group of society.


Q2. What was the main reason for Bolivia’s water war?

    1. A. Privatisation of water supply
      B. Irregular water supply
      C. Supply of poor quality water
      D. An increase of water price by four times


Q3. Which one of the political parties came to power in 2006?

    1. A. The Communist Party
      B. The Republican Party
      C. The Socialist Party
      D. The Conservative Party


Q4. Which of the following was the main aim to start the movement on on April 2006, in Nepal?

    1. A. To gain control over the government
      B. To snatch power from the king
      C. To restore democracy
      D. To dethrone the king

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Q5. Which of the following is not a movement?

    1. A. Narmada Bachao Andolan
      B. Women’s movement
      C. Struggle in Nepal
      D. All Indian trade Union Congress


Q6. In 2006, the party which came to power in Bolivia was?

    1. A. SPA – Seven Party Alliance
      B. Socialist Party
      C. Communist Party
      D. Nationalist Party


Q7. People’s struggle in Bolivia was……?

    1. A. To establish democracy
      B. About foundation of country’s politics
      C. Against privatisation of water
      D. Against privatisation of electricity


Q8. Nepal witnessed an extraordinary popular movement in……?

    1. A. April 1990
      B. February 2005
      C. April 2006
      D. April 2004


Q9. Pressure groups and movements have deepened democracy by…..?

    1. A. Putting pressure on the public
      B. Countering undue influence of the government
      C. Non accommodation of conflicting interests
      D. Controlling and sharing political power

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Q10. In most cases the relationship between political parties and interest groups is…..?

    1. A. Direct
      B. Not opposed to each other
      C. In dialogue
      D. Opposed, yet in dialogue


Q11. Who was the last king of Nepal?

    1. A. King Birendra
      B. King Gyanendra
      C. King Raj Bahadur
      D. King Vir Pratap


Q12. Which of these kings was killed in the mysterious massacre of the royal family in 2001?

    1. A. King Raj Bahadur
      B. King Gyanendra
      C. King Birendra
      D. None of these

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Q13. Where is Bolivia situated?

    1. A. Latin America
      B. North America
      C. Europe
      D. Africa


Q14. Democracy can be evolved through…..?

    1. A. Popular struggle
      B. Mass Mobilization
      C. New Political Organizations
      D. All of these


Q15. Those organizations which are formed to promote their interests are known as…?

    1. A. Sectional groups
      B. Movement groups
      C. Interest groups
      D. Movements


Q16. Groups which try to influence government policies are known as..…?

    1. A. Movement groups
      B. Pressure groups
      C. Sectional groups
      D. None of these


Q17. Movements have…?

    1. A. Loose organization
      B. Tight organization
      C. Both A and B
      D. None of these


Q18. Which of these take direct part in elections?

    1. A. Interest groups
      B. Sectional groups
      C. Political parties
      D. Pressure groups

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Q19. Which of these groups promote collective rather than selective goods?

    1. A. Interest groups
      B. Public interest groups
      C. Political parties
      D. Pressure groups


Q20. How pressure groups and movements can affect politics?

    1. A. By gaining public support
      B. By organizing protest activities
      C. By employing professional lobbyists
      D. All of these


Q21. When did Nepal become a constitutional monarchy?

    1. A. 1980
      B. 1990
      C. 2000
      D. 2006


Q22. When was King Birendra killed?

    1. A. April 1, 2001
      B. May 1, 2001
      C. June 1, 2001
      D. July 1, 2001


Q23. According to the text, who is the new prime minister of Nepal?

    1. A. Atal Bihari Vajpayee
      B. Raj Bahadur
      C. Girija Prasad Koirala
      D. Birendra

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Q24. What is SPA?

    1. A. Super Power Alliance
      B. Seven People Alliance
      C. Seven Party Alliance
      D. None of these


Q25. In which year did the socialist party come to power in Bolivia?

    1. A. 2004
      B. 2005
      C. 2006
      D. 2008


Q26. Which party of Nepal did not believe in parliamentary democracy?

    1. A. Socialist Party
      B. Communist Party (Maoist)
      C. Congress Party
      D. None of these


Q27. The Sardar Sarovar Dam is on the…..river?

    1. A. Ganga
      B. Ravi
      C. Satluj
      D. Narmada


Q28. Who led the protest against water privatization in Bolivia?

    1. A. FEDECOR
      B. Socialist Party
      C. BAMCEF
      D. NAPM


Q29. Which political party supported the protest against water privatization in Bolivia?

    1. A. Communist Party
      B. Socialist Party
      C. SPA
      D. Congress


Q30. Which of these groups promotes collective rather than selective goods?

    1. A. Interest groups
      B. Public interest groups
      C. Political parties
      D. Pressure groups


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