CBSE Class 10 Political Science Federalism Worksheet

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Federalism Class 10 Civics Worksheet Pdf

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Class 10 Civics Worksheet for Federalism

CBSE Class 10 Political Science Worksheet - Federalism - Practice worksheets for CBSE students. Prepared by teachers of the best CBSE schools in India. 



CLASS.X Subject : Political Science


1) A system of government in which the power is divided between a central authority and various constituent units of the country is called:

  a) Federalism b) Unitary government c) Union government d) State government

2) One example of coming together federations is:

  a) India b) Spain c) USA d) Canada

3)Currency is the subject of:

  a) Union List b) State list c) Concurrent list

4) Power sharing arrangement can be changed by satisfaction of legislatures at least:

  a) one-third of states b) half of the total states

  c) two-thirds of total states d) one-fourth of total states

5) A few gram panchayats are grouped together to form a:

  a) panchayat samiti b) Gram Sabha c) zila parishad d) municipality

6) What is federalism?

7) Explain the two levels/tiers of federalism. Which is the third tier?

8) What is the difference in unitary and federal system?

9) Explain the key features of federalism.

10) How are ‘coming together’ federations formed?

11) How are ‘holding together’ federations formed?

12) What makes India a federal country?

13) How can power sharing arrangement between Union and State Government be changed?

14) What is the language policy of Indian federation?

15) Explain the centre-state relations before and after 1990.

16) Explain the linguistic diversity of India.

17) What steps were taken in 1992 to strengthen three-tiers of democracy?

18) How do local Government bodies work in cities?

19) Do you think the local Government system of India has been successful? If yes, why?

20) Who legislates on subjects that do not fall in the third tier?

21) Why is the Government not compelling states to adopt Hindi as the official language?

22) What is meant by decentralized administration in the context of India?

23) Which state enjoys a special status in the constitution?

24) Give the dual objectives of the federal system.

25) What is union list, state list and concurrent list?

26) How has the emergence of regional parties & coalition Government changed the centre-state relations?

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