How the State Government Works


Why do people in a democratic set up organise meetings? [V. Imp.]


They do so to voice their opinions and protest against the government if any of its actions is not in their favour.


How the State Government Works

Q 1.

How is the Governor of a state appointed?  [V. Imp.]

Q 2.

What do you know about a wallpaper?

Q 3.

Why do people in a democratic set up organise meetings? [V. Imp.]

Q 4.

How will you define a Legislative Assembly?

Q 5.

Why are press conferences organised?

Q 6.

What do you mean by an MLA? Is it necessary to become a member of any political party to become a MLA?  [V. Imp.]

Q 7.

Who becomes a Chief Minister? What is his/her role in a state?  [Imp.]

Q 8.

Define the term government'. [Imp.]

Q 9.

What is the process of formation of government in a state?  [Imp.]

Q 10.

How did some MLAs become Ministers? Explain.

Q 11.

Who is the head of the executive?

Q 12.

How does a government function in a state?  [V. Imp.]

Q 13.

The government works at three levels. Name them.

Q 14.

Use the terms constituency' and represent' to explain who an MLA is and how is the person elected?

Q 15.

What is role of the party that does not form government?  [V. Imp.]

Q 16.

What is the difference between the work that MLAs do in the Assembly and the work done by government departments?

Q 17.

Why should decisions taken by the Chief Minister and other ministers be debated in the Legislative Assembly?

Q 18.

Whose responsibility is it to nm various government departments or ministers?

Q 19.

Why did the Chief Minister and the minister for health visit Patalpwam district?

Q 20.

What was the problem in Patalpuram? What discussion/actions was taken by the following? Pill in the table.