CBSE Class 7 Civics Practice Worksheet - How the State Government Works

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CBSE Class 7 Civics Practice Worksheet - How the State Government Works - Practice worksheets for CBSE students. Prepared by teachers of the best CBSE schools in India. 

 

Class-VII Civics

Chapter 3: How the State Government Works

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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