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Tamil Nadu Board Samacheer Kalvi solutions for Class 10th SSLC Social Science Answers Guide chapter 4 - Government and Taxes [Latest edition]

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Chapter 4: Government and Taxes

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Exercise [Pages 27 - 3276]

Tamil Nadu Board Samacheer Kalvi solutions for Class 10th SSLC Social Science Answers Guide Chapter 4 Government and TaxesExercise [Pages 27 - 3276]

Choose the correct answer

Exercise | Q I 1. | Page 326

The three levels of governments in India are ______.

  • Union, state, and local

  • Central, state, and village

  • Union, municipality, and panchayat

  • None of the above

Exercise | Q I 2. | Page 326

In India, taxes are including

  • Direct taxes

  • Indirect taxes

  • Both (a) and (b)

  • None of these

Exercise | Q I 3. | Page 326

Which is the role of government and development policies?

  • Defence

  • Foreign policy

  • Regulate the economy

  • all of above

Exercise | Q I 4. | Page 327

The most common and important tax levied on an individual in India is ______.

  • Service tax

  • Excise duty

  • Income tax

  • Central sales tax

Exercise | Q I 5. | Page 327

Under which tax one nation, one uniform tax is ensured ______.

  • Value added tax (VAT)

  • Income tax

  • Goods and service tax

  • Sales tax

Exercise | Q I 6. | Page 327

Income tax was introduced in india for the first time in the year ______.

  • 1860

  • 1870

  • 1880

  • 1850

Exercise | Q I 7. | Page 327

______ tax is charged on the benefits derived from property ownership.

  • Income tax

  • Wealth tax

  • Corporate tax

  • Excise duty

Exercise | Q I 8. | Page 327

What are identified as causes of black money?

  • Shortage of goods

  • High tax rate

  • Smuggling

  • All of above

Fill in the blanks

Exercise | Q II 1. | Page 327

______ is levied by government for the development of the state’s economy.

Exercise | Q I 2. | Page 327

The origin of the word ‘tax’ is from the word ______.

Exercise | Q II 3. | Page 327

The burden of the ______tax cannot be shifted to others

Exercise | Q II 4. | Page 327

The Goods and Service Tax act came into effect on ______.

Exercise | Q II 5. | Page 327

The unaccounted money that is concealed from the tax administrator is called ______.

Choose the correct statement

Exercise | Q III 1. | Page 327

Which of the following statement is correct about GST?

  1. GST is the ‘one point tax’. 
  2. This aims to replace all direct taxes levied on goods and services by the Central and State governments.
  3. It will be implemented from 1 July 2017 throughout the country.
  4. It will unified the tax structure in India.
  • (i) and (ii) are correct

  • (ii), (iii) and (iv) are correct

  • (i), (iii) and (iv) are correct 

  • All are correct

Exercise | Q IV | Page 27

Match the following

1. Income Tax Value added tax
2. Excise duty 1 July 2017
3. VAT Smuggling
4. GST Direct tax
5. Black money Indirect tax

Give Short Answers

Exercise | Q V 1. | Page 327

Define tax.

Exercise | Q V 3. | Page 327

What are the types of tax? Give examples.

Exercise | Q V 4. | Page 327

Write short note on Goods and Service Tax.

Exercise | Q V 5. | Page 327

What is progressive tax?

Exercise | Q V 6. | Page 327

What is meant by black money?

Exercise | Q V 7. | Page 327

What is tax evasion?

Exercise | Q V 8. | Page 327

write any two difference between tax and payments?

Brief Answer

Exercise | Q VI 1. | Page 3276

Explain some direct and indirect taxes.

Exercise | Q VI 2. | Page 327

Write the structure of GST.

Exercise | Q VI 3. | Page 327

What is black money? Write the causes of black money

Exercise | Q VII 1. | Page 327

Collect information about the local taxes (water, electricity and house tax, etc).

Exercise | Q VII 2. | Page 327

Students purchase some goods on the shop. The teacher and students discuss those goods, maximum retail price, purchasing price, or GST.

Chapter 4: Government and Taxes

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