Dear Students, In SSC CGL /MTS / CPO Tier-I GA section ,most of the questions are asked from polity. At SSC ADDA, We are providing quizzes and study notes for GA section, and we are also providing previous year questions.
Q1.If the position of President and Vice-President are vacant, who officiates as the President of India?
(a) The Prime Minister
(b) The Chief Justice of India
(c) The Speaker of Lok Sabha
(d) None of these
Q2.Sarkaria Commission was set up to review
(a) the relation between the President and the Prime Minister
(b) the relation between the legislative and the executive
(c) the relations between the executive and the judiciary
(d) the relations between the Union and the State.
Q3.What is the maximum time interval permissible between two successive sessions of the parliament?
(a) 4 months
(b) 5 months
(c) 6 months
(d) 3 months
Q4. Which one of the following states does not have its High Court?
(c) Himachal Pradesh
Q5.How many types of writs can be issued by the Supreme Court?
Q6.The maximum number of seats in the Rajya Sabha belong to..
Q7. Who is the final authority to interpret the Constitution ?
(a) The President
(b) The Parliament
(c) The Lok Sabha
(d) The Supreme Court
Q8. The Chief Minister is appointed by —- ?
(a) the Governer
(b) the President
(c) the Chief Justice of Supreme Court
(d) the Chief Justice of High Court
Q9.First chief justice of india
Q10.Supreme Court judges retire upon attaining the age of..
Q11.Who decides whether a bill is a Money Bill or Not?
(b) Chairmen of Rajya Sabha
(c) Speaker of Loksabha
(d) Minister of Parliamentary affairs
Q12.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
Q13.Who was the first chief election commissioner of india?
Q14.When was the Reserve Bank of India nationalized?
Q15.Under which article of Indian Constitution, a supreme court can issue writs to protect the fundamental rights?
(a) Article 15
(b) Article 32
(c) Article 35
(d) Article 226