Here is the part 3 of the test paper on Indian political system and governance.These objective type questions on Indian polity and government have been selected so as to provide you an opportunity to test your exam preparation. It will re-jolt your awareness of exam aspirants on political science which is the study of politics, political institutions, government affairs & public administration.
Polity & Government-Part 3- 10 Quick Quizzes
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Question 1In India, the population density according to the 2001 Census is
300 persons/ sq km 315 persons/ sq km 320 persons/ sq km 324 persons/ sq km
Question 2The Indian state with the highest population is
Rajasthan Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Andhra Pradesh
Question 3The Union Territory in India with the highest population is
Delhi Puducherry Daman and Diu Chandigarh
Question 4The state with the highest population density in India is
Uttar Pradesh West Bengal Gujarat Maharashtra
Question 5The India state with the highest female sex ration is
Punjab Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Kerala
Question 6The India Union Territory with the highest literacy rate is
Puducherry Delhi Lakshadweep Chandigarh
Question 7India's highest national award, the Bharat Ratna, was introduced in the year
1954 1956 1958 1960
Question 8The first recipient of the Bharat Ratna after it was revived in 1980 was
Acharya Vinoba Bhave Mother Teresa M.G. Ramachandran V. V. Giri
Question 9The first foreigner to receive the Bharat Ratna was
Dr Nelson Mandela Yasser Arafat Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan Mujibur Rahman
Question 10These awards were started in 1957 by the Indian Council for Child Welfare to recognise and honour children who have performed outstanding deeds of bravery and selfless sacrifice
Jeevan Raksha Padak Series of Awards National Awards for Bravery Shaurya Chakra Swarna Kamal AwardsOnce you are finished, click the button below. Any items you have not completed will be marked incorrect.There are 10 questions to complete.