MCQ Questions for Class 10 Civics: Ch 3 Democracy and Diversity

MCQ Questions for Class 10 Civics: Ch 3 Democracy and Diversity

1. Which of these sentences is not correct about the “Black Power Movement”?
(a) It emerged in 1966
(b) It lasted till 1975
(c) It was a more militant movement
(d) It advocated peaceful methods
► (d) It advocated peaceful methods

2. How did the San Jose State University honour Tommie Smith and Carlos?
(a) By giving them bravery awards
(b) By installing their statues in the University campus
(c) By starting a sports organisation in their name
(d) By giving them jobs
► (b) By installing their statues in the University campus

3. When did the Civil Rights Movement take place in USA?
(a) 1953-1958
(b) 1954-1968
(c) 1960-1978
(d) 1946-1968
► (b) 1954-1968

4. Name the prominent religious group in Northern Ireland and the Netherlands.
(a) Judaism
(b) Christianity
(c) Islam
(d) None of the above
► (b) Christianity

5. What was special about the 1968 Olympics held at Mexico city?
(a) All the Gold Medals went to US athletes
(b) Protest by African-American athletes against the racial discrimination of African-Americans
(c) Mexico City supported the demand
(d) US government announced the end of racism
► (b) Protest by African-American athletes against the racial discrimination of African-Americans

6. Which of these is incorrect about the Catholic Christians of Northern Ireland?
(a) They are likely to be poor.
(b) They may have suffered a history of discrimination.
(c) Catholics have lived peacefully with Protestants.
(d) All the above.
► (c) Catholics have lived peacefully with Protestants.

7. Which of these sentences is correct?
(a) Every social difference does not lead to social division
(b) Social differences divide similar people from one another
(c) They also unite very different people
(d) All the above
► (d) All the above

8. Which of these sentences is not false?
(a) Migrants bring with them their own culture.
(b) They tend to form a different social community.
(c) They help in making the world multicultural.
(d) All the above.
► (d) All the above.

9. Which of the communities in India was in a more or less similar position as that of Blacks in USA?
(a) Brahmins
(b) Dalits
(c) Vaishyas
(d) Kshatriyas
► (b) Dalits

10. The percentage of Protestant Christians in Northern Ireland is :
(a) 52
(b) 53
(c) 54
(d) 55
► (b) 53

11. What is the society with similar kinds of people called?
(a) Homogeneous
(b) Heterogenous
(c) Humane
(d) Humble
► (a) Homogeneous

12. When did the Nationalists and the UK government arrive at an agreement?
(a) 1992
(b) 1995
(c) 1998
(d) 1999
► (c) 1998

13. Which of these sentences is correct?
(a) The Catholics in Northern Ireland were represented by Nationalist parties.
(b) They demanded thet Northern Ireland should be unified with the Republic of Ireland.
(c) Republic of Ireland was a predominantly Catholic country.
(d) All the above.
► (d) All the above.

14. Which of these sentences is not true?
(a) Democracy involves competition among various political parties.
(b) Their competition tends to unite the country if they compete in terms of existing social divisions.
(c) Social divisions change into political divisions and lead to conflict, violence etc.
(d) It can even lead to the disintegration of the country.
► (b) Their competition tends to unite the country if they compete in terms of existing social divisions.

15. Which of these sentences is correct in relation to Yugoslavia?
(a) There was political competition along religious and ethnic lines.
(b) This led to the disintegration of Yugoslavia.
(c) As a result, seven independent countries have come to be set up.
(d) All the above.
► (d) All the above.

16. Which of these is true about the Protestants of Northern Ireland?
(a) They were represented by the Unionist Party.
(b) They wanted to remain with UK.
(c) Both (a) and (b).
(d) None of the above.
► (c) Both (a) and (b).

17. Which of these are examples of not accommodating other communities’ demands?
(a) Sri Lanka
(b) Yugoslavia
(c) Belgium
(d) (a) and (b)
► (d) (a) and (b)

18. Dealing with social divisions, which one of the following statements is not correct about democracy?
(a) Democracy is the best way to accommodate social diversity.
(b) Democracy always leads to disintegration of society on the basis of social divisions.
(c) In a democracy, it is possible for communities to voice their grievances in a peaceful manner.
(d) Due to political competition in a democracy, social divisions get reflected in politics.
► (b) Democracy always leads to disintegration of society on the basis of social divisions.

19. Which of these statements is correct?
(a) The assertion of social diversities in a country need not be seen as a source of danger.
(b) Political expression of social divisions is very normal.
(c) It allows disadvantaged groups to express their grievances.
(d) All the above.
► (a) The assertion of social diversities in a country need not be seen as a source of danger.

20. A majority of Belgians feel that they are as much Belgians as they are Dutch or German- speaking. What does it mean?
(a) They have lost their individual identity.
(b) This helps them to stay together.
(c) They are not happy with this arrangement.
(d) None of the above.
► (b)

21. Who led the Civil Rights Movement in USA?
(a) Martin Luther
(b) Martin Luther King Jr
(c) Martin Davis
(d) Benjamin Franklin
► (b) Martin Luther King Jr

22. When did the Civil Rights Movement take place in USA?
(a) 1953-1958
(b) 1954-1968
(c) 1960-1978
(d) 1946-1968
► (b) 1954-1968

23. Which of the communities in India was in a more or less similar position as that of Blacks in USA?
(a) Brahmins
(b) Dalits
(c) Vaishyas
(d) Kshatriyas
► (b) Dalits

24. Which of these sentences is not correct about the “Black Power Movement”?
(a) It emerged in 1966
(b) It lasted till 1975
(c) It was a more militant movement
(d) It advocated peaceful methods
► (d) It advocated peaceful methods

25. How did the San Jose State University honour Tommie Smith and Carlos?
(a) By giving them bravery awards
(b) By installing their statues in the University campus
(c) By starting a sports organisation in their name
(d) By giving them jobs
► (b) By installing their statues in the University campus

26. What was special about the 1968 Olympics held at Mexico City?
(a) All the Gold Medals went to US athletes
(b) Protest by African-American athletes against the racial discrimination of African-Americans
(c) Mexico City supported the demand
(d) US government announced the end of racism
► (b) Protest by African-American athletes against the racial discrimination of African-Americans

27. Which of these sentences is correct?
(a) Every social difference does not lead to social division
(b) Social differences divide similar people from one another
(c) They also unite very different people
(d) All the above
► (a) Every social difference does not lead to social division

28. Which of these sentences is not true?
(a) Democracy involves competition among various political parties.
(b) Their competition tends to unite the country if they compete in terms of existing social divisions.
(c) Social divisions change into political divisions and lead to conflict, violence etc.
(d) It can even lead to the disintegration of the country.
► (d) It can even lead to the disintegration of the country.

29. Which of these is incorrect about the Catholic Christians of Northern Ireland?
(a) They are likely to be poor.
(b) They may have suffered a history of discrimination.
(c) Catholics have lived peacefully with Protestants.
(d) All the above.
► (d) All the above.

30. What is the society with similar kinds of people called?
(a) Homogeneous
(b) Heterogenous
(c) Humane
(d) Humble
► (a) Homogeneous

31. Which of these is true about the Protestants of Northern Ireland?
(a) They were represented by the Unionist Party.
(b) They wanted to remain with UK.
(c) Both (a) and (b).
(d) None of the above.
► (c) Both (a) and (b).

32. The percentage of Protestant Christians in Northern Ireland is :
(a) 52
(b) 53
(c) 54
(d) 55
► (b) 53

33. Which of these are examples of not accommodating other communities’ demands?
(a) Sri Lanka
(b) Yugoslavia
(c) Belgium
(d) (a) and (b)
► (d) (a) and (b)

34. When did the Nationalists and the UK government arrive at an agreement?
(a) 1992
(b) 1995
(c) 1998
(d) 1999
► (c) 1998

35. Which of these statements is correct?
(a) The assertion of social diversities in a country need not be seen as a source of danger.
(b) Political expression of social divisions is very normal.
(c) It allows disadvantaged groups to express their grievances.
(d) All the above.
► (d) All the above.

36. Dealing with social divisions, which one of the following statements is not correct about democracy?
(a) Democracy is the best way to accommodate social diversity.
(b) Democracy always leads to disintegration of society on the basis of social divisions.
(c) In a democracy, it is possible for communities to voice their grievances in a peaceful manner.
(d) Due to political cpmpetition in a democracy, social divisional get reflected impolities.
► (d) Due to political cpmpetition in a democracy, social divisional get reflected impolities.

37. Which of these sentences is not false?
(a) Migrants bring with them their own culture.
(b) They tend to form a different social community.
(c) They help in making the world multicultural.
(d) All the above.
► (d) All the above.

38. Which of these sentences is correct?
(a) The Catholics in northern Ireland were represented by Nationalist parties.
(b) They demanded thet Northern Ireland should be unified with the Republic of Ireland.
(c) Republic of Ireland was a predominantly Catholic country.
(d) All the above.
► (d) All the above.
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