CBSE Class 7 Civics How The State Government Works Worksheet

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Class 7 Social Science Worksheet for How The State Government Works

State Government

Answer the following questions in 1-15 words:-

Q 1. Write two qualifications required for the members of legislative assembly.
Ans. 1. He/She should be a citizen of India.
2. His/Her age should be above 25 years.


Q 2. What qualifications are required for a Governor?

Ans. 1. He/She should be a citizen of India.
2. His/Her age should be above 35 years.
3. He/She should not be a member of the state assembly.


Q 3. Who can be the secretary of some department?

Ans. The executive official of a department is known as secretary. He is appointed by UPSC.


Q 4. Name out, who is the chief minister and governor of Punjab?

Ans. Chief Minister- Sh. Captain Amarinder Singh.
Governor- Sh. V.P. Badnore.


Q 5. Who is the executive head of a state?

Ans. Governor.

 

Answer the following questions in 50-60 words:-

Q 6. Write in the short the functions of the Governor.
Ans. Governor is the nominal head of the state as president is in the central government.
1. He is the executive head of a state.
2. He appoints the Chief Minister and other ministers.
3. He recommends the names of judges of high court to the president.
4. He gives assent to bills passed by state legislature.
5. During president rule, he becomes the real administrator of the state.


Q 7. Write about the powers and functions of the Chief Minister.

Ans. The Chief Minister is the real head of the state government. His powers are as following:-
1. He provides a list of ministers to governor. The Governor appoints them ministers.
2. He distributes portfolios among the ministers.
3. He presides over the meetings of the cabinet.
4. He maintains good relationship with the central government.


Q 8. Give in brief the election procedure of legislative assembly.

Ans. Members of state legislature are called MLA. They are directly elected by the adult voters of the state. The term of legislative assembly is 5 years. There are 117 members in the Punjab legislative assembly.


Q 9. Give in brief the structure of legislative council.

Ans. There is bicameral legislature in some states of India. Legislative council is the upper house of state legislature. Its members are indirectly elected. Its term is 6 years. 1/3 of its members are being retired after every two years. This house can't be dissolved.


Q 10. Which civil officials (bureaucracy) run the state administration?

Ans. There are various subjects like education, irrigation, transport, health etc. in a state. Every department has a minister. The public servants (bureaucracy) of the department help the ministers to run the administration. The executive official of each department is known as ‘secretary’. The office of the secretaries is known as a 'secretariat'.


Q 11. Give five reasons of road accidents.

Ans. 1. Fast speed: - This is the main reason of road accidents. It is always difficult to control a vehicle at fast speed.
2. To ignore road signals: - sometimes drivers ignore the road signal to cross the road. In such situation there is every possibility of an accident.
3. Overloading of vehicles: - sometimes the owners overload their vehicles with goods or passengers. It hinders the view of other drivers and causes an accident.
4. Underage drivers: - children below 18 years of age start driving without having proper license. It is dangerous for their own and others' lives.
5. Drunken driving: - alcoholic drinks reduce the driving ability and cause road accidents.

 

Fill in the blanks:-

1. Sh. V.P. Badnore is the Governor of Punjab.
2. The state legislature of Punjab is uni-cameral.
3. Money bill can be introduced in the lower house of the state legislature.
4. The assent of Governor is essential for every type of bill.
5. The speaker presides over the meeting of the house of state legislature.
6. Governor is the head of the state.
7. Tenure of council of ministers is 5 years.
8. 1/6 members of legislative council are nominated by the Governor.
9. Maximum number of members of legislative assembly is 500.
10. Minimum number of legislative council can be 60.

 

Write True (√) or False (X) for each statement:

1. In India we have one centre government, 28 state governments and 7 union territories. (X) (28 state governments and 8 union territories)
2. The lower house of state legislature is called legislative council. (X)
3. Punjab state legislature is bicameral legislature. (X)
4. Governor has main executive power with him. (X)
5. The right of property is a fundamental right. (X)

 

Multiple Choice Questions:-

1. How many states are there in India?
a) 21
b) 25
c) 28 
Ans.c) 28

2. How many members are there in Punjab legislative assembly?
a) 117 
b) 60
c) 105
Ans.a) 117

3. By whom the chief minister is elected?
a) By President
b) By Governor 
c) by Speaker
Ans.b) By Governor 


More Question

Q1. Fill in the blanks: -

i.  Legislative assembly is also known as _______.

ii.  Another name for Vidhan Parishad is _______.

iii.   The full form of MLA is _______________.

iv.   A union territory, which has its own Vidhan Sabha is _______.

v.  The Legislative assembly is present in _______ states while the Legislative council is present in only ________ states in India.

vi.  __________________ is the Chief Minister of Delhi.

Q2. Choose the appropriate words from below: -

Elections, Campaigning, Judiciary, Political party,

Legislature, Constituency, Government, Polling booth, candidates, Independent candidate.

a) Political organization which contest election ________.

b) A person who stands for election _______.

c) A fight between various political parties and candidates ________.

d) A candidate who contests election without any party’s support _________.

e) When candidates try to encourage voters to vote for them by distributing pamphlets, holding rallies, through SMS, etc. _________.

f) The organ of govt. involved in making laws _________.

g) An organ of govt., which enforces laws and solves disputes_________.

h) An organization, which governs the country through its organs________.

i) A place where the voters caste their votes ________.

 

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