Political Science MCQs for Lecturership

1- Despotism means:
a) Rule of individual based on law
b) Rule of individual without law
c) Democracy
d) none

2- Mechiavelli was a:
a) Republican
b) Monarchist
c) Aristocrate
d) none

3- The regimes, like Nazi Germany, Fascist Italy and Soveit Union under Stalin are example of:
a) Authoritarian rule
b) Totalitarian rule
c) liberal democracy
d) none

4- The distinction between the parliamentary and presedential political system depends upon the relationship between:
a) legislature & executive
b) P.M & Presidnet
c) P.M & his cabinet
d) none

5- Who said, " Law is the command of sovereign"?
a) Jean Bodin
b) John Austin
c) Rousseau
d) none
6- The first Muslim who became the President of Indian National Congress was:
a) Badruddin Tayyab gi
b) Abdul Kalam Azad
c) Zakir Hussain
d) Abul Kalam
e) none

7- Which American president was shot dead due to violation of convention of Senatorial courtesy?
a) Abraham Licoln
b) Garfeild
c) Jefferson
d) Roosevelt
e) none

8) Pendleton Act was introduced in USA in _________ for the recruitmnet to government posts through competitive examination.
a) 1905
b) 1901
c) 1885
d) 1883
e) none

9- On 15th November 1777, a ________ of 13 states was created in America.
a) Federation
b) Confederation
c) Unity
d) Condomenium
e) none

10- The present constituition of Turkey was drafted by;
a) kamal Ataturk
b) Grand National Assembly
c) National COnsultative Council
d) none

11- The Bolshevic Revolution took place in USSR in:
a) 1915
b) 1917
c) 1919
d) 1949
e) none

12- The presidium of the Supreme Soveit of former USSR consisted of ______ members:
a) 333
b) 303
c) 33
d) 25
e) none (39 total, 1 chairman , 1 gen sec , 21 ordinary members , 15 vice chairman ,1 senior vice chairman )

13- The quorum of House of Lords is:
a) 3
b) 33
c) 50
d) 100
e) none

14- The Judicial committtee of Privy council was set up by the Act of _____
a) 1866
b) 1833
c) 1926
d) 1931
e) none

15- Every lord had a right to vote by proxy which was abolished in:
a) 1688
b) 1866
c) 1707
d) 1868
e) none


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