MCQs Of Political Science

The following MCQs of Political Science have been collected from different books and internet for your preparation for various competitive tests and interviews. We have tried our utmost to avoid any sort of mistake and error but still if you find any, please inform us.

1 Who is called the ‘The Intellectual Father Of French Revolution’?

Montesquieu

2 The concept of ‘General Will’ was introduced by

Rousseau

3 Karl Marx is known for his theory of

Materialistic interpretation of history

4 ‘Man is a social and political animal’ is the statement of

Aristotle

5 The center of learning to the Greeks was the city of

Athens

6 Hobbes is a

Social Contractualist thinker

7 ‘Principle of Utility’ as a formula was the idea of

Jeremy Bentham

8 Modern political thought begins with

Machiavelli

9 Plato was an

Idealist

10 ‘Two Treatises on Civil Government’ were the basis of political thoughts of

John Locke

11 Marx and Engles produced the famous book ‘Communist Manifesto’ in

1848 AD

12 ‘Siyastnama’ and ‘Majmaul Wasaya’ are the two works on administration attributed to

Nizam-ul-Mulk Tusi

13 Montesquieu by birth belonged to

France

14 Al Ghazali was a philosopher of

11th Century

15 Separation of Ethics and Politics was the principal notion in the philosophy of

Machiavelli

16 A Bicameral Legislature is most suited to

Federal states

17 ‘Greatest Happiness of the Greatest Number’ was the idea of

Jeremy Bentham

18 The principle of Judicial Review means

Interpret a law

19 Plato was born in

428 B.C.

20 ‘Justice as treating equals equally and unequals unequally,’ who said this?

Aristotle

 

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21 The concept of Surplus Value is one of the elements of

Marxism

22 The Doctrine of Class Struggle is another element of

Marxism

23Dialectical materialism is the idea of

Marxism

24 The concept of ‘Legal Sovereignty’ was for the first time given by

 

25 The natural rights of people according to John Lock are

Right to life, liberty and property

26 The Welfare Theory believes that state is

An organism

27 Aristotle was the famous student of

Plato

28 Plato wrote the famous book

The Republic

29 Machiavelli died in

1527 AD

30 Machiavelli by birth was

Italian

31 The concept of justice in the sense of greatest happiness of the greatest number was postulated by

James Mill

32 Liberal Democracy means

Government by majority

33 The doctrine of proportionate equality was propounded by

Aristotle

34 The distinction between Real Will and Actual Will was made by

Rousseau

35 ‘Two Treatises on Civil Government’ was written by

John Locke

36 Al Mawardi belongs to

Shafite School of Fiqha

37 Nizam-ul-Mulk Tusi served as the Prime Minister of the

Seljuq empire

38 Ahya-ul-Ulum  is the work of

Al-Ghazali

39 Allama Iqbal delivered his famous Allahabad address in

1930 AD

40 ‘The cause of sedition is always to be found in inequality’ is said by

Aristotle

41 According to Aristotle, the end of state is

Ethical

42 Allama Iqbal characterized who as the ‘Sharp Agent of the Devil’?

Machiavelli

43 Al Mawardi followed the fiqha of

Imam Shafi

44 The concept sovereignty was introduced for the first time into politics by

Jean Bodin

45 The real name of Al Ghazali was

Khwaja Abu Ali Hasan bin Ali bin Ishaq

46 The Facism of Plato got birth in

4th Century B.C.

47 Modern Fascism got birth in

20th Century

48 ‘Ilmul Iqtisad’ is written by

Alama Iqbal

49 ‘A Summary of Plato’s Law’ is written by

Al-Farabi

50 The Doctrine which leads to German idealism, English economic and French revolutionary and social thoughts is

Socialism

51 J.S. Mill wrote his famous book ‘On Liberty’ in

1859 AD

52 Allam Iqbal did his M.A. in Philosophy from Government College Lahore in

1899 AD

53 ‘Reconstruction of Religious Thoughts in Islam’ was written by

Allama Muhammad Iqbal

54 Machiavelli published ‘The Discourses of First Ten Books on Titus Livius’ in the year

1531 AD

55 Montesquieu restricts the form of governments into

Three (3)

56 Jean Jacques Rousseau was born on

June 28, 1712

57 Jean Jacques was born in

Geneva

58 ‘Man when separated from Law and Justice is the worst of all animal’ is the saying of

Aristotle

59 Who is called ‘The great but ungrateful pupil of his master’?

Aristotle

60 The great but ungrateful pupil of his master who was born in 384 B.C was

Aristotle

61 ‘An Essay Concerning Human Understanding’ was published in

1690 AD

62 ‘An Essay Concerning Human Understanding’ was written by

John Locke

63 The Sovereignty in Islamic Political System belongs to

Majlis-e-Shura

64 The founder of Communism is

Plato

65 According to Plato the population of an ideal state should be

5040

66 The opposite of Private Law is

Public Law

67 The normal technique of pressure group to impress the legislature is

Lobbying

68 John Austin presented his theory of sovereignty in a boom which was published in

1832 AD

69 Single Transferable vote system was suggested for proportional representation by

J.S. Mill

70 Principle of Collective Responsibility is a feature of

Parliamentary System

71 ‘Keemyay-e-Saadat’ was written by

Imam Ghazali

72 The word ‘Democracy’ has been derived from which language?

Greek

73 Abu Nasar Farabi died in the year

950 AD

74 Walud Din Abdur Rehman is famously known as

 

75 The book ‘Government and Politics in Pakistan’ is written by

Mushtaq Ahmad

76 The term POLITY is originally applied to

Greek City States

77 The famous book ‘The Spirit of Laws’ is written by

Montesquieu

78 The book ‘The Spirit of Laws’ written by Montesquieu was published in

1748 AD

79 The book ‘Sairul Malook’ was written by

 

80 Benito Mussolini was the originator of

Fascism

81 Tahafut-al-Falsifah was written by

Al Ghazali

82 Tahafut-al-Falsifah is also called

Incoherence of Philosophers

83 A legal proceeding during which an individual right to hold an office or government privilege is challenged is called

Writ of Quo Warranto

84 The famous book ‘Muqaddimah’ is written by

Ibn-Khaldun

85 Ibn-Khaldun wrote ‘Muqaddimah’ in

1377 AD

86 According to whom the primary source of conflict will be religious identities and people’s culture in the Post-Cold War World.

Brezezinski

87 Alexander The Great was the student of

Aristotle

88 Ibn-Khaldun was the contemporary of

Amir Taimur

89 A form closure under which a bill is divided into compartments, groups of which must be completely dealt with each day is called

Guillotine closure

90 Ilmul Iqtisad was written by

Allama Ibal

91 The Long March began the ascent to power of

Mao Tse Tung

92 Al-Madinat Al-Fadilah is written by

Al-Farabi

93 The powers of the center vis-à-vis federating units were increased through

Doctrine of Implied Powers

94 In Pakistan, the doctrine of necessity was invoked by

Justice Munir

95 Article 58 2(b) of Pakistan’s constitution has been invoked how many times?

Four times

96 Article 58 2(b) is about

Dissolving of National Assembly

97 What is Leviathan?

A Book

98 Leviathan is written by

Hobbes

99 Perestroika means

Restructuring

100 The book ‘The Art of War’ is written by

SunTzu

 

 

 

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