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Public Service

A wide range of activities aimed at serving the public from government administration and policymaking to community development and social welfare initiatives.
















Which of the following does not fall under private policy

  • Education
  • Social Security
  • Housing
  • Garbage
  • Public safety

world and to develop positive____________

  • attitudes
  • policies

What is public policy?

  • Government fixing issues

Liberals focus more on:

  • One policy for all
  • More government intervention
  • More focus on moral issues
  • More social control
  • Less government intervention
  • Less government intervention

Vehicle owners pay this tax for using the road.

  • Road tax
  • Property tax
  • Water tax
  • Income tax

The mayor and the councillors...

  • Clean the streets.
  • Put out fires.
  • Organizes public services.

In collective policy: You give to one person

  • True
  • False

The Local Council is formed by...

  • The mayor and the councillors

Which of the following is not under collective policy.

  • Clean air
  • National defense
  • Currency
  • Rights
  • Traffic control

How do public services help us? (Name one public service that helps us)

  • [No Answer]

Teaching of political and civic education in schools is one way of improving Public service in Nigeria.

  • True
  • False

The full meaning of NNPC is National Nigerian Petroleum Corporation (NNPC)

  • True
  • False

Public corporations/parastatals have their own board of directors appointed by the government.

  • True
  • False

A _______________ is a financial charge paid by an individual to the government.

  • tax
  • currency
  • vote
  • service

Bureaucracy is the delay brought about by the operations of the public service

  • True
  • False

What is the purpose of DSWD?

  • provides help in bringing people's groceries
  • provides security for the people
  • provides traffic in the community

The main source of revenue for the government is

  • the interest on loans paid by the people
  • the charity and donations made by the people
  • the taxes paid by the people
  • the profit from the exports done by the country

Public Complaints Commission can also be called _____

  • EFCC
  • ICPC

Who take care of parks and gardens?

  • Rubbish collectors
  • Gardeners
  • Policeman

The primary duty of the government is

  • to collect taxes from the citizens of the country
  • to maintain law and order in the country
  • to fulfil the basic needs of the people
  • All of the above

We pay this tax for using drinking water.

  • Water tax
  • Income tax
  • Property tax
  • Road tax

What DepEd stands for?

  • Department of Environment
  • Department of Education
  • Department of Enrollment

Public transport systems such as: trams, buses and monorails.

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Public service is set up by the Act of parliament

  • True
  • False

d) _____________are an important part of todays transportnetwork.

  • Buses
  • armed forces
  • roads
  • journeys
  • monorails

The government makes________ and ________ whichdescribe and control the things they want to happen.

  • laws
  • policies
  • rules
  • government

Some of the services provided by the government to the citizens of the country include:(you can select multiple options)

  • Provision of heath care facilities
  • Provision of pure drinking water
  • Improving the means of transport
  • Provision of clothes and furniture to every household
  • Provision of clothes and furniture to every household

The welfare functions provided by the government are called ___________________ services.

  • public

A reasonable amount of government revenue goes towards the ____________________ requirements of the country.

  • defence
  • health
  • education
  • transport

Where does the Local Council work?

  • At the Town Hall
  • At the library
  • At the Local Council

In villages, there are...

  • High buildings.
  • Low (small) buildings.

OMB stands for:

  • Office of managing budget

Name the three branches of the armed forces.

  • Army Navy Air force

Write down the meaning of DSWD.

  • Department of Social Welfare and Development

Why do we need public services?

  • To travel
  • To eat breakfast
  • To provide better living standards
  • To blink
  • To yawn
  • To blink
  • To yawn

Choose the important things which we need in our life?

  • Education Health The police Transport

c) A group of people who have the authority to make decisionsabout what happens in that country is called the _________

  • laws
  • policies
  • rules
  • government

In collective policy you can charge for goods.

  • True
  • False

Education lets people develop____________ they will be able to live

  • work
  • skills

Who are the other Environmental care takers?

  • Doctor
  • Teacher
  • Garbage Collectors
  • Baranggay Tanods

b) There are also public transport system such as___________, ___________ and ___________.

  • Buses
  • armed forces
  • journeys
  • trams
  • monorails

Which public service gives light to the village?

  • Street Cleaning
  • Fire services
  • Street Lighting

What is the mission of DENR?

  • Educate people on how to segregate wastes.
  • Educate people in family planning
  • Educate people on how to build their home.
  • Educate people on how to be mature.

When I cross a bridge or border of a state while travelling on road, I pay this tax.

  • Road tax
  • Toll tax
  • Property tax
  • Income tax

Public Services are

  • the welfare functions carried out by the government
  • the services rendered by the people to the government
  • the donations given by the people to the government
  • None of the above

Many of the ------------ people make are -------------------.

  • journeys
  • quickly
  • safely.
  • monorails.
  • along roads and highways

Who puts out fires?

  • Firefighters
  • Policeman
  • The mayor

Governments understand that it is important to provide___________in a country.

  • transport
  • education

Public service are business organizations owned and managed by corporate organizations.

  • True
  • False

Who works at hospitals or health centres?

  • Teachers
  • Doctors
  • Firefighters

Which public services keep the village safe from crimes?

  • Fire services
  • The Local Council
  • Police services

Conservatives focus more on: (more than 1 answer)

  • Less Government intervention
  • Less Social control
  • More Moral issues
  • State and local issues
  • National issues
  • National issues
  • National issues

Is education a 'right'?

  • Yes
  • No

An owner of a property like land or a house pays this tax.

  • Property tax
  • Water tax
  • Income tax
  • Road tax

This tax is collected at cinema halls and amusement parks.

  • Entertainment tax
  • Road tax
  • Property tax
  • Income tax

Public service institutions are also known as corporations or parastatals.

  • True
  • False

in the_________Education also

  • world
  • place

The GST is paid by the _________, but is remitted to the government by the seller of the goods and services.

  • consumer

_________________ is an agency through which all the needs of the people are formulated, expressed and enforced.

  • Government
  • Services
  • Municipal Corporation
  • Tax

Public services are?

  • A service that serves people
  • Services used to complete our daily needs
  • Service that makes you smile
  • Services that are there to help only elderly

People earning above a certain amount are required to pay

  • water tax
  • GST
  • income tax
  • property tax

Government establishes MDAs through which essential services are rendered to the people. What is the meaning of MDAs?

  • Ministries, Departments and Agencies

What is AFP stands for?

  • Armed Forces of the Philippines

The government is responsible for providing things that people need.

  • Education Health Social services

Which is bigger (más grande)?

  • A city
  • A village

____________ are set up in big cities to carry out the welfare functions.

  • Municipalities
  • Panchayat
  • Municipal corporations
  • None of the above

What are the two types of public policy makers?

  • Official
  • Non-Official
  • Supplementary
  • Interest groups

This logo is from:

  • Sri Lankan Navy
  • Sri Lankan Army
  • Sri Lankan Force of bones
  • Sri Lankan Medical rulers
  • None of the above

c)Many of the _____________ people make are along roadsand highways.

  • Buses
  • armed forces
  • roads
  • journeys
  • monorails

Taxes collected by the government are used for:(you can select multiple options)

  • health facilities
  • educational institutions
  • defence requirements
  • subsidizing essential commodities

This tax is collected at certain areas of the roads, especially when you cross a bridge or a border of a state, and while you travel through a newly built road.

  • Road Tax
  • Toll Tax
  • Fastag
  • Property Tax

_______ is a public service we use to get around

  • transport

Knock, Knock! 'Who's there?''W.H.O!''WHO what?'

  • World Health Organization

helps __________ to find out about the

  • fruits
  • people

These are set up in big cities with a population of more than a lakh.

  • Municipal Corporations
  • Municipalities
  • Schools
  • Hospitals

Public workers who work at schools are...

  • Teachers

Governments are responsible for making sure that people can move around the country --------- and ---------- .

  • journeys
  • quickly
  • along roadsand highways.
  • safely

_____________ think of how they could serve the people in their community in a very efficient way.

  • Janitor
  • AFP
  • Leaders
  • Terrorist

What are the three branches of AFP?

  • Philippine Navy, Philippine Airforce, Philippine Army

A _______ is a financial charge paid by an individual or an institution to the government.

  • tax

______________ exist to defend and protect a country.

  • Buses
  • armed forces
  • roads
  • journeys
  • monorails

What is DOH stands for?

  • Department of Health
  • Department of Higher Education
  • Development of Health

b) The ___________________ is responsible for providingthings that people need.

  • laws
  • policies
  • rules
  • government

In private policy you can charge for goods.

  • True
  • False

Man is a member of the environment. Man who protects the environment will be __________ by the ____________

  • environment
  • protect
  • protected
  • nature
  • man

These are set up in small towns and cities with a population of more than 20,000.

  • Municipalities
  • Municipal Corporation
  • Toilets
  • Schools

Write the meaning of: a) Policies

  • Proposed actions set out by an anemal
  • Proposed actions set out by an individual or an organization

_____ is an independent body set up by the government with the responsibility of employing, promoting, disciplining and dismissing public (civil) servants.

  • Public Service Commission

People earning above a certain amount pay this tax.

  • Income tax
  • Toll tax
  • Entertainment tax
  • Road tax

How do the police help the public?

  • Investigate crimes
  • Non-enforcement of laws
  • Enforce laws
  • Investigate traffic accidents
  • Preserve peace

What is the purpose of DOH?

  • takes care of animals and other zoo animals to ensure their safety.
  • to educate people how to take care of their environment.
  • takes care of the health of the people.

What is DENR Stands for?

  • Department of Evolution and Natural Rail work
  • Department of Ecosystem and Natural Resources
  • Department of Environment and Neural Resources
  • Department of Environment and Natural Resources
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