7th Social Science Civics and economics

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    Welcome to your 7th Social Science Civics and economics

    1. 
    Which equality should not be any discrimination of caste, creed, color and race?

    2. 
    The Rule of law is in force in

    3. 
    Which is the first country to give the right to vote to women in 1st general election?

    4. 
    The first general election in India was held in the year?

    5. 
    The reservation has been given to women in Local bodies are

    6. 
    True or false:

    Rule of law was advocated by Dr. Ambedkar.

    7. 
    What is meant by Bi-party system?

    8. 
    Which system of government does India have?

    9. 
    Recognition of a political party is accorded by……………..

    10. 
    Who was the supreme head of the legislative, Executive, and Judiciary in ancient India?

    11. 
    India became a democratic country in

    12. 
    A recognised party should secure how much of total votes in the last general election?

    13. 
    Which party system is existence in India France, Sweden, and Norway?

    14. 
    The headquarter of the election commission in India is located in

    15. 
    Banking conies under which production?

    16. 
    The father of Economics is

    17. 
    A wealth of Nations book written in the year

    18. 
    The concept Division of Labour was introduced by

    19. 
    Most of the Gross Domestic Product of our country is contributed by the

    20. 
    Indian Economy is a ………………. economy.

    21. 
    What is the minimum age for becoming a member of the State Legislative Council?

    22. 
    Who appoints the Chief Minister and other Ministers?

    23. 
    The chief minister should have completed which years

    24. 
    Fort ………………….. is the first English fortress in India.

    25. 
    Television belongs to which media?

    26. 
    Printing Press was invented in the year

    27. 
    The backbone of Democracy.

    28. 
    ………media has been referred to as people’s university

    29. 
    Consider the following statement: Tick the appropriate answer: . a) Media does not interfere in democracy b) Media broadcast national and international News c) Media is working for the welfare of a particular area d) Media educates masses in rural areas

    30. 
    Communication can be classified into ___ types.

    31. 
    Example of Mass communication is

    32. 
    According to ____, taxes are defined as a compulsory contribution from a person to the government to defray the expenses incurred in the common interest of ail without reference to special benefits conferred.

    33. 
    A ___is a tax applied uniformly, taking a larger percentage of income from low-income earners than from high-income earners.

    34. 
    __ is imposed on the property of individuals depending upon the value of the property.

    35. 
    ___is the minimum possible money should be spent in the collection of taxes.

    36. 
    ………. could be one of the most deserving recipients of tax money.

    37. 
    The central Board of Revenue act implemented in the year

    38. 
    Gender equality is an issue that is relevant to

    39. 
    ……… is the First Woman to hold a Union Foreign Minister’s post.

    40. 
    ….. is the first Indian Woman to win Booker.

    41. 
    More than …………… years ago, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights asserted that everyone has the “right to education”.

    42. 
    Of the illiterate youth across the globe, nearly ……………… percent are female.

    43. 
    ……..was the first female teacher in the first girl’s school.

    44. 
    Jyotirao Phule along with his wife Savitribai Phule opened the first school for girls in …………….

    45. 
    Maharshi Karve starts First Women’s University, ie, SNDT University in Pune with five students in the year ……

    46. 
    The First Women President of UN General Assembly was ………

    47. 
    The Consumer Protection Act is introduced in

    48. 
    The Bureau of Indian Standards is introduced in

    49. 
    The term oligopoly has been derived from two …………….. words.

    50. 
    Indian Parliament passed the landmark Consumer Protection Bill in