Q1. In which of the following federations, residuary power rests with the centre?
(a) India, Canada and Switzerland
(b) Canada, Australia and USA
(c) Canada,China and India
(d) USA, India and Australia
Q2. In which one of the following systems of government is bicameralism an essential feature?
(a) Presidential system
(b) Parliamentary system
(c) Federal system
(d) Unitary system
Q3.Who founded the Republican Party of India?
(a) Namboo Dripad
(b) Mulji Vaishya
(c) Dr BR Ambedkar
(d) Sripad Dange
Q4. Which Article of the Constitution provides that it shall be the endeavour of every state to provide adequate facility for instruction in the mother tongue at the primary stage of education?
(a) Article 349
(b) Article 350
(c) Article 350A
(d) Article 351
Q5.Which was the first linguistic state to be created?
Q6.Which article of Indian Constitution deals with amendment procedure ?
(a) Article 268
(b) Article 352
(c) Article 356
(d) Article 368
Q7.The article of Indian Constitution related to abolition of Epithet is
(a) Article 15
(b) Article 16
(c) Article 17
(d) Article 18
Q8.What is the tenure of the President of India?
(a) Five years
(b) During the ‘pleasure’ of the President
(c) Six years or till the age of 65 years whichever is earlier
(d) Five years or till the age of 65 years whichever is earlier
Q9.Who was the first lok sabha speaker?
Q10.Who appoints the prime minister?
(b)Chief justice of supreme court
(c)Leader of Majority party
(d)None of these
Q11.If a Panchayat is dissolved, elections are to be held within:
(a) One month
(b) Three months
(c) Six months
(d) One year
Q12.A person arrested and / or detained by Police, has to be produced before nearest Magistrate within …………period?
Q13.Who is the Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces in India?
(a) The Prime Minister
(b) The Commander-in-chief
(c) The President of India
(d) Minister of Defence
Q14.Which country accepted the policy of Dual Citizenship?
Q15.What is the scientific name of National Animal –tiger–of India?
(a) Panthera leo
(b) Panthera tigris
(c) Elephas indicus
(d) Bos domesticus