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Tamil Nadu Board Samacheer Kalvi solutions for Class 10th SSLC Social Science Answers Guide chapter 3 - State Government [Latest edition]

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Chapter 3: State Government

Evaluation
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Evaluation [Pages 267 - 268]

Tamil Nadu Board Samacheer Kalvi solutions for Class 10th SSLC Social Science Answers Guide Chapter 3 State GovernmentEvaluation [Pages 267 - 268]

Choose the Correct Answer

Evaluation | Q I 1. | Page 267

The Governor of the State is appointed by the ______.

  • Prime Minister

  • Chief Minister

  • President

  • Chief Justice

Evaluation | Q I 2. | Page 267

The Speaker of a State is a

  • Head of State

  • Head of government

  • President’s agent

  • None of these

Evaluation | Q I 3. | Page 267

Which among the following is not one of the powers of the Governor?

  • Legislative

  • Executive

  • Judicial

  • Diplomatic

Evaluation | Q I 4. | Page 267

Who can nominate one representative of the Anglo-Indian Community to the State Legislative Assembly?

  • The President

  • The Governor 

  • The Chief Minister

  • The Speaker of State legislature

Evaluation | Q I 5. | Page 267

The Governor does not appoint ______.

  • Chief Minister

  • Chairman of the State Public Service Commission

  • Advocate General of the State

  •  Judges of the High Court

Evaluation | Q I 6. | Page 267

The State Council of Ministers is headed by ______.

  • The Chief Minister

  • The Governor

  • The Speaker

  • The Prime Minister

Evaluation | Q I 7. | Page 267

The minimum age for the membership of the Legislative Council is ______.

  • 25 years

  • 21 years

  • 30 years

  • 35 years

Evaluation | Q I 8. | Page 267

Which one of the following States does not possess a bicameral legislature?

  • Andhra Pradesh

  • Telangana

  • Tamil Nadu 

  • Uttar Pradesh

Evaluation | Q I 9. | Page 267

The High Courts in India were first started at:

  • Calcutta, Bombay, Madras

  • Delhi and Calcutta

  • Delhi, Calcutta, Madras

  • Calcutta, Madras, Delhi

Evaluation | Q I 10. | Page 267

Which of the following States have a common High Court?

  • Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh

  • Kerala and Telangana

  • Punjab and Haryana

  • Maharashtra and Gujarat

Fill in the blanks

Evaluation | Q II 1. | Page 267

Governor of the state government surrenders his resignation to ______.

Evaluation | Q II 2. | Page 267

Members of the Legislative assembly (MLAs) elected by the ______.

Evaluation | Q II 3. | Page 267

______ acts as the chancellor of universities in the state.

Evaluation | Q II 4. | Page 267

The Chairman and Members of the State Public Service Commission can be removed only by the ______.

Evaluation | Q III | Page 267

Match the following

1. Governor Head of the Government
2. Chief Minister Head of the State
3. Council of Ministers Tribunals
4. MLC Responsible for the Assembly
5. Armed forces cannot vote for grants

Choose the correct statement

Evaluation | Q IV 1. | Page 267

Assertion (A): There are limitations on the Legislative authority of the State Legislature.

Reason (R): Certain bills on the State List can be introduced in the State Legislature only with the President’s approval.

  • (A) is false but R is true

  • (A) is true but (R) is false

  • Both (A) and (R) are true and (R) is the correct reason for (A)

  • Both (A) and (R) are true and (R) is not the correct reason for (A)

Answer the brief questions

Evaluation | Q V 1. | Page 268

What is the importance of the Governor of a state?

Evaluation | Q V 2. | Page 268

What are the qualifications for the appointment of Governor?

Evaluation | Q V 3. | Page 268

What is the original jurisdiction of the High Court?

Evaluation | Q V 4. | Page 268

What do you understand by the “Appellate Jurisdiction” of the High Court?

Evaluation | Q VI 1. | Page 268

What are the powers and functions of the Chief Minister?

Evaluation | Q VI 2. | Page 268

Describe the legislative powers of the Governor.

Evaluation | Q VI 3. | Page 268

Critically examine the functions and powers of the Council of Ministers

Evaluation | Q VII 1. | Page 268

Prepare a flow chart showing the State Government’s Administrative setup.

Evaluation | Q VII. 2. | Page 268

Students to list out the names of the Tamil Nadu Governor, Chief Minister, Ministers, and the Governors and Chief Ministers of the neighboring States.

Chapter 3: State Government

Evaluation
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