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This set of An Introduction to Political Science Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on An Introduction To Political Science Set 7

Q1 | In a Federal Government, the powers are divided between the Centre and the States by
Q2 | A Unitary government has
Q3 | Rule of Law is one of the Fundamental principles of the
Q4 | Most favoured technique of pressure groups, in the USA is
Q5 | Psephology deals with
Q6 | The argument that the study of Political Science focused on State and government belongs to
Q7 | The Classic work on “Public opinion” was authored by
Q8 | The theory of ideal state is associated with
Q9 | Political homogeneity is a feature of
Q10 | ‘Filibustering’ is associated with
Q11 | “The Functions of the Executive” was written by
Q12 | The concept of labour theory of value is propounded by
Q13 | Which one of the following is not a concept of Gandhiji
Q14 | Which one of the following is not a technique of Satyagraha
Q15 | Who started Sarvodaya as a social movement
Q16 | In a Parliamentary system the council of ministers are responsible to
Q17 | The meeting of the cabinet is presided over by
Q18 | A representative democracy is the most suitable form of government for enactment of lawsthat are consistent with
Q19 | West Minister model stands for particular form of
Q20 | According to Marx the state came into being to
Q21 | Which institution in a federal system is called 'Balancing Wheel of theConstitution'?
Q22 | Who gave the view that ‘ A constitutional state 'is one in which the powers of government,the rights of the governed and the relations between the two are adjusted'?
Q23 | ‘Those who says that religion has nothing to do with politics do not know what religionmeans’ who said this ?
Q24 | In which theory of origin of the state, political conscience is an important factor
Q25 | “The art of looking for trouble. Finding it whether it exists or not, diagnosing it wrongly andapplying the wrong remedy” Who among the following gave the above definition of politics?