24 MCQs of Popular Struggles and Movements

Popular Struggles and Movements

CLASS 10 | CIVICS | CHAPTER 05 | NCERT

1. When was the popular movement started in Nepal?
(a) April 2006
(b) February 2006
(c) March 1990
(d) March 2005

2. Who was the last king of Nepal?
(a) King Birendra
(b) King Gyanendra
(c) King Raj Bahadur
(d) King Vir Pratap

3. Which of these kings was killed in mysterious massacre of royal family in 2001?
(a) King Raj Bahadur
(b) King Gyanendra
(c) King Birendra
(d) None of these

4. When was democracy restored in Nepal?
(a) April 2005
(b) April 2004
(c) April 2007
(d) April 2006

5. Where is Bolivia situated?
(a) Latin America
(b) North America
(c) Europe
(d) Africa

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6. Democracy can be evolved through…
(a) Popular struggle
(b) Mass Mobilization
(c) New Political Organizations
(d) All of these

7. Why was the popular struggle started in Bolivia?
(a) Due to water bills
(b) Due to poor state of country
(c) Due to police suppression
(d) None of these

8. Those organizations which are formed to promote their interests are known as…
(a) Sectional groups
(b) Movement groups
(c) Interest groups
(d) Movements

9. Groups which try to influence government policies are known as…
(a) Movement groups
(b) Pressure groups
(c) Sectional groups
(d) None of these

10. Movements have…
(a) Loose organization
(b) Tight organization
(c) Both (a) and (b)
(d) None of these

11. Which of these takes direct part in elections?
(a) Interest groups
(b) Sectional groups
(c) Political parties
(d) Pressure groups

12. Which of these groups promotes collective rather than selective goods?
(a) Interest groups
(b) Public interest groups
(c) Political parties
(d) Pressure groups

13. Narmada Bachao Andolan is a good example of…
(a) Interest group
(b) Political party
(c) Pressure group
(d) Movement group

14. How pressure groups and movements can affect politics?
(a) By gaining public support
(b) By organizing protest activities
(c) By employing professional lobbyists
(d) All of these

15. When did Nepal become a constitutional monarchy?
(a) 1980
(b) 1990
(c) 2000
(d) 2006

16. When was the king Birendra killed?
(a) April 1, 2001
(b) May 1, 2001
(c) June 1, 2001
(d) July 1, 2001

17. According to the text, who is the new prime minister of Nepal?
(a) Atal Bihari Vajpayee
(b) Man Mohan Singh
(c) Girija Prasad Koirala
(d) Birendra

18. What is SPA?
(a) Super Power Alliance
(b) Seven Power Alliance
(c) Seven Party Alliance
(d) None of these

19. What is the capital of Nepal?
(a) Colombo
(b) Delhi
(c) Kathmandu
(d) Karachi

20. In which year, the socialist party came in power in Bolivia?
(a) 2004
(b) 2005
(c) 2006
(d) 2008

21. Which party of Nepal did not believe in parliamentary democracy?
(a) Socialist Party
(b) Communist Party (Moist)
(c) Congress Party
(d) None of these

22. The Sardar Srovar Dam is on the…..river.
(a) Ganga
(b) Ravi
(c) Satluj
(d) Narmada

23. Who led the protest against water privatization in Bolivia?
(a) FEDECOR
(b) Socialist Party
(c) BAMCEF
(d) NAPM

24. Which political party supported the protest against water privatization in Bolivia?
(a) Communist Party
(b) Socialist Party
(c) SPA
(d) Congress

CHECK YOUR ANSWERS
1. (a) April 2006
2. (b) King Gyanendra
3. (c) King Birendra
4. (d) April 2006
5. (a) Latin America
6. (d) All of these
7. (a) Due to water bills
8. (c) Interest groups
9. (b) Pressure groups
10. (a) Loose organization
11. (c) Political parties
12. (b) Public interest groups
13. (d) Movement group
14. (d) All of these
15. (b) 1990
16. (c) June 1, 2001
17. (c) Girija Prasad Koirala
18. (c) Seven Party Alliance
19. (c) Kathmandu
20. (c) 2006
21. (b) Communist Party (Moist)
22. (d) Narmada
23. (a) FEDECOR
24. (b) Socialist Party