G.K.Quiz On Indian Polity

1.   
The name of a candidate for
the office of president of India may be proposed by
      A.   any
five citizens of India
      B.   any
five members of the Parliament
      C.   any
one member of the Electoral College
      D.   any
ten members of the Electoral College


2.   
The Parliament can restrict
or abrogate by law, fundamental rights with respect to
      A.   the
members of the armed forces
      B.   the
forces charged with the maintenance of public order
      C.   the
persons employed in any bureau or other organization 

established by the state
for purpose of intelligence
      D.  All
of the above

3.   
Preamble enshrines the
ideals of liberty, equality and fraternity – ideals inspired by the
      A.   Russian
Revolution
      B.   Irish
Revolution
      C.   French
Revolution
      D.   US
Constitution

4.   
The minimum number of
members that must be present to hold the meeting of the Lok Sabha is
      A.   one-fourth
of the total membership
      B.   one-tenth
of the total membership of the Houses
      C.   50
percent strength of the Lok Sabha
      D.   at
least 100 members

5.   
The Parliament enjoys
legislative power over subjects in
      A.   the
union list only
      B.   the
concurrent list only
      C.   both
union and concurrent list
      D.   all
the three lists, viz. union list, state list and the concurrent list

6.   
The power to prorogue the
Lok Sabha rests with
      A.   the
speaker
      B.   the
president
      C.   the
prime minister
      D.   the
minister for parliamentary affairs

7.   
The phrase ‘bicameral
legislature’ means
      A.   a
single assembly
      B.   an
elected legislature
      C.   a
legislature consisting of a lower and an upper chamber
      D.   parliamentary
system of government

8.   
The position of the
president which was undermined by the 42nd amendment was sub-sequently somewhat
retrieved by the
      A.   44th
amendment
      B.   45th
amendment
      C.   26th
amendment
      D.   None
of the above

9.   
The oath of office is
administered to the members of state council of ministers by
      A.   the
governor
      B.   the
chief minister
      C.   chief
justice of the state high court
      D.   speaker
of legislative assembly

10. 
The power of Supreme Court
of India to decide the dispute between the centre and states falls under its
      A.   advisory
jurisdiction
      B.   appellate
jurisdiction
      C.   original
jurisdiction
      D.   constitutional
jurisdiction

Answers:
1.    D
2.    D
3.    C
4.    B
5.    C
6.    B
7.    C
8.    A
9.    A

10.  C

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25 Comments

  1. Kisi books me bahot sara cntent unnecessary rhta h hmko sbse phle unko shortout kr k selected portion pdhna hota h uske lye aap previous year paper dekhiye apko trend pta chl jyga otherwise SB pdhne k lye gye to GS kbhi end no hoga

  2. Hello mam
    Plz develop new questions for GS..
    Don't pick them from old papers like SSC, upsc n state psc

  3. Career power ka correspondence classroom material hote hai WO kaise hote hai ..I mean faculty Jo padhate hai WO hote hai ya fir book ka copy kia hota hai… Kisi ne liya hai kya ….

  4. Sab wahi hota h jo market ki books me h, bsc ka material acha hoga online order kar sakti ho aap ok

  5. Hmm ye sabhi old questions h, new bahot rare hota h BA me. Ab GS me new questions aate h ssc me

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