Q1. Who decides the office of profit?
(a) President and Governor
(b) Union Parliament
(c) Supreme Court
(d) Union Public Service Commission
Q2. The Comptroller and Auditor General is appointed by the President. He can be removed:
(a) by the President
(b) on an address from both Houses of Parliament
(c) on the recommendation of the President by the Supreme Court
(d) by CJI
Q3. To be officially recognized by the speaker of Lok Sabha as an opposition group, a party or coalition of parties must have at least
(a) 50 members
(b) 60 members
(c) 80 members
(d) 1/3 of total members of the Lok Sabha
Q4. Which one of the following motions can the Council of Ministers in India can move?
(a) No confidence motion
(b) Adjournment motion
(c) Confidence motion
(d) None of the above
Q5. Which one of the following expenditure is not charged on the consolidated fund of India?
(a) Salary and allowances of the President of India
(b) Salary and allowances of the Vice President of India
(c) Salary and allowances of the Justice of the Supreme Court of India
(d) Salary and allowances of the speaker of the Lok Sabha
Q6. Who among the following is Constitution empowered to declare a geographic area as a scheduled area?
(b) Chief Minister
(c) Prime Minister
Q7. The vacancy of the office of the President of India must be filled up within
(a) 90 days
(b) 6 months
(c) One year
(d) within the period decided by the Parliament
Q8. The state wise allocation of seats in Lok Sabha is based on the 1971 census. Up to which year does this remain intact?
Q9. How many members are nominated by the president in the Rajya Sabha–
Q10. The Prime Minister of India is the head of the-
(a) State government
(b) Central government
(c) Both the state and Central government
(d) None of them