CBSE Class 7 Geography How The State Government Works Worksheet

CBSE Class 7 Geography - How the State Government Works

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1.What is a coalition government?

(A) Government formed by a single party

(B) Government formed by a group of parties

(C) (1) and (2) both are correct

(D) None of these

2.How do the members of the legislative assembly are elected? Choose any two of the following:

a. States in India are divided into constituencies.

b. People elect one representative from each constituency who then becomes the member of the

legislative assembly.

c. Members are elected by the elected members of the Member of Parliament.

d. Four representatives from each constituency are elected by the people.

(A) (a, b)

(B) (b, c)

(C) (c,d)

(D) (a, d)

3.What is meant by the term 'majority' in politics?

(A) A political party thathavewon more than half the number of the constituencies in a State.

(B) The party with less number of MLA's in a State.

(C) The coalition of two parties in a State.

(D) Division of State into constituencies.

4.How is a governor appointed?

(A) Governor is appointed by the central government

(B) Governor is appointed by the state government

(C) He is elected by people

(D) None of these

5.Who is the Chief Minister in a state?

(A) Head of state

(B) Leader of the ruling party

(C) Head of opposition

(D) None of these

6.The functions of Governor are :

(A) He appoints the Chief minister of the state

(B) He heads the state at the time of declaration of emergency

(C) (1) and (2) both are correct

(D) None of these

7.In India every state has a_________

(A) Legislative Assembly

(B) Parliament

(C) Legislative council

(D) None of these

8.Who is the official head of a state?

(A) Governor

(B) President

(C) Prime Minister

(D) None of these

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