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Samacheer Kalvi solutions for Social Science Class 9th Tamil Nadu State Board chapter 3 - Forms of Government and Democracy [Latest edition]

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Chapter 3: Forms of Government and Democracy

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Exercise [Pages 243 - 245]

Samacheer Kalvi solutions for Social Science Class 9th Tamil Nadu State Board Chapter 3 Forms of Government and Democracy Exercise [Pages 243 - 245]

Choose the correct answer

Exercise | Q I. 1 | Page 243

A system of government in which one person reigns supreme, usually a king or queen, is called ________.

  • autocracy

  • monarchy

  • democracy

  • republic

Exercise | Q I. 2 | Page 243

A system of government with absolute power.

  • Aristocracy

  • Theocracy

  • Democracy

  • Autocracy

Exercise | Q I. 3 | Page 243

Former Soviet Union is an example for _________.

  • aristocracy

  • theocracy

  • oligarchy

  • republic

Exercise | Q I. 4 | Page 243

Select the odd one.

  • India

  • USA

  • France

  • Vatican

Exercise | Q I. 5 | Page 243

Abraham Lincoln was the President of the ________.

  • USA

  • UK

  • USSR

  • India

Exercise | Q I. 6 | Page 243

Kudavolai system was followed by ______.

  • Cheras

  • Pandyas

  • Cholas

  • Kalabhras

Exercise | Q I. 7 | Page 243

Direct Democracy in olden times existed.

  • In the republics of ancient India

  • Among the USA

  • In the city-state of ancient Greece

  • Among the UK

Exercise | Q I. 8 | Page 243

From which language was the term “Democracy” derived ______.

  • Greek

  • Latin

  • Persian

  • Arabic

Exercise | Q I. 9 | Page 243

In democracy, the final authority rests with ______.

  • The Parliament

  • The People

  • The council of Ministers

  • The President

Exercise | Q I. 10 | Page 243

Which one of the country has Presidential form of government.

  • India

  • Britain

  • Canada

  • USA

Exercise | Q I. 11 | Page 243

The largest democratic country in the world is ______.

  • Canada

  • India

  • USA

  • China

Exercise | Q I. 12 | Page 243

Assertion (A): Direct democracy is practised in Switzerland.

Reason (R): People directly participates in decision making.

  • Both (A) and (R) are true and (R) explains (A)

  • Both (A) and (R) are true and (R) does not explain (A)

  • (A) is correct and (R) is false

  • (A) is false and (R) is true

Exercise | Q I. 13 | Page 244

Assertion (A): India has parliamentary form of democracy.

Reason (R): Indian Parliament comprises two houses.

  • Both (A) and (R) are true and (R) explains (A)

  • Both (A) and (R) are true and (R) does not explain (A)

  • (A) is correct and (R) is false

  • (A) is false and (R) is true

Exercise | Q I. 14 | Page 244

The meaning of Franchise is ______.

  • Right to elect

  • Right to vote for the poor

  • Right to vote

  • Right to vote for the rich

Exercise | Q I. 15 | Page 244

The grant of universal franchise creates ______.

  • Social equality

  • Economic equality

  • Political equality

  • Legal equality

Exercise | Q I. 16 | Page 244

Prime Minister of India is appointed by ______.

  • Lok Sabha

  • Rajya Sabha

  • Speaker

  • President

Exercise | Q I. 17 | Page 244

The President of India can nominate ______.

  • 12 members to Lok Sabha

  • 2 members of Rajya Sabha

  • 12 members to Rajya Sabha

  • 14 members of Rajya Sabha

Exercise | Q I. 18 | Page 244

The First general elections after independence in India were held in _____.

  • 1948-49

  • 1951-52

  • 1957-58

  • 1947-48

Fill in the blanks

Exercise | Q II. 1 | Page 244

The Constitution of India was finally adopted on _________.

Exercise | Q II. 2 | Page 244

The two types of democracy are _______and ________.

Exercise | Q II. 3 | Page 244

An example for direct democracy is _________.

Exercise | Q II. 4 | Page 244

India has a _______ form of democracy.

Exercise | Q II. 5 | Page 244

_________ was the first Prime Minister of independent India.

Exercise | Q II. 6 | Page 244

The first general elections were held in British India in the year __________.

Exercise | Q II. 7 | Page 244

The Parliament House in India was designed by _________ and _________.

Exercise | Q III | Page 244

Match the following

1. Autocracy 18
2. Right to vote Arthashastra
3. Chanakya Vatican
4. Theocracy North Korea

Give short answers

Exercise | Q IV. 1 | Page 244

Give Abraham Lincoln’s definition for democracy.

Exercise | Q IV. 2 | Page 244

Mention the forms of democracy.

Exercise | Q IV. 3 | Page 244

Distinguish between direct and indirect democracy.

Answer in detail

Exercise | Q V. 1 | Page 244

What are the challenges to Indian democracy? explain.

Exercise | Q V. 2 | Page 244

Explain the conditions necessary for the success of democracy in India.

Exercise | Q V. 3 | Page 244

What is your opinion about democracy in India?

Project and Activity

Exercise | Q VI. 1 | Page 244

Discuss in the class what is universal adult franchise?

Exercise | Q VI. 1 | Page 244

Why universal adult franchise is important?

Exercise | Q VI. 2 | Page 244

“Democracy is the power of majority which respects minority.” Discuss.

Exercise | Q VI. 3 | Page 244

Conduct a mock election in your class.

Exercise | Q VI. 4 | Page 244

A group discussion on the merits and demerits of democracy of India in the classroom.

HOTS Question

Exercise | Q VII. 1 | Page 244

Will you have the right to equality under dictatorship? What would be the attitude regarding public opinion in such a country?

Exercise | Q VII. 2 | Page 244

How does democracy lead to a peaceful and a harmonious life among the citizens? Explain.

Life Skills

Exercise | Q VIII | Page 245

Select a group of countries. Research each country and tell what type of government it has: Aristocracy, Monarchy, Autocracy, Oligarchy, Theocracy, Democracy, Republic. Th en, provide characteristics of this country that helped you determine the type of government.

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Chapter 3: Forms of Government and Democracy

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