NCERT Politics Science Class 10 Chapter 5 Outcomes of Democracy CBSE Board Sample Problems Multiple Choice Question (For CBSE, ICSE, IAS, NET, NRA 2022)

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If a government provides its citizens a right and means to examine the process of decision, it is

1. An accountable government

2. A responsible government

3. A transparent government

4. A stable government


The basic outcome of democracy is

1. Political, social and economic outcome

2. Military outcome

3. Restricted and limited welfare policies.

4. Elimination of poverty


State whether true or false:

If you consider all democracies and dictatorships for the fifty years between 1950 and 2000, dictatorships have a slightly higher rate of economic growth




The fact that people are complaining is a testament to the:

1. Irrelevance of public opinion

2. Lack of rights in a democracy

3. Success of democracy

4. Failure of democracy


Which of the following is not necessary to measure a democracy?

1. Regular free and fair elections

2. Open public debate on major policies

3. High economic growth

4. Citizen՚s right to information

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