Q1. Which Article of the indian Constitution provided for the appointment of a Special Officer for Scheduled Castes (SCs) and Scheduled tribe(ST)
(d) Article 340
Q2. The National Commission for Scheduled Castes (SCs) and Scheduled tribe(ST) is a….
(a) non constitutional body
Q3. National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (2007) is a ….
(d) ex- constitutional body
Q4. 65th Constitutional Amendment Act of 1990 is related to:
(a) National Commission for Scheduled Castes (SCs) and Scheduled tribe(ST)
(b) National Commission for Protection of Child Rights
(c) the National Commission for Minorities
Q5. In which year separate National Commission for SCs came into existence:
Q6. Which of the following option is coreect regarding function of The National Commission for Scheduled Castes (SCs):
(a) To investigate and monitor all matters relating to the constitutional and other legal safeguards for the SCs and to evaluate their working;
(b) To inquire into specific complaints with respect to the deprivation of rights and safeguards of the SCs
(c) To participate and advise on the planning process of socio-economic development of the SCs and to evaluate the progress of their development under the Union or a state
Q7. The National Commission for Scheduled Castes presents an annual report to the …
(d) Ministry of home affairs
Q8. In which article of constitution annual financial statement is mentioned ?
Q9. Which of the following is not correct with regard to RTI Act, 2005?
(a) An officer as public officer shall be designated to provide information to citizens by every public authority
(b) The aids provide for the penalty of upto Rs 25,000 on the public information officers is to be fails to divulge the information sought by the citizen
(c) The Act provides for setting up of central information and state information commission
(d) The information sought shall be made available within 90 days
Q10. Which of the following is incorrect regarding schedule VI of our Constitution?
(a) The areas are administered as Autonomous districts over which the executive authority of the states extends
(b) The Government has the power to create new autonomous districts
(c) The autonomous districts are provided with elected bodies known as district councils
(d) It deals with the administration of the tribal
Q11. The number of judges can be modifiedin the Supreme Court by
(b) Supreme Court by Notification
(d) Central Government by notification
Q12. In which year Supreme Court of India came into being?
Q13. India signed the UN Convention Against Corruption in which year?
Q14. Consider the following statements:
(1) A tenant can be evicted for abuse or threat to landlord or landlady.
(2) A father neglected by his son is legally entitled to execute a will bequeathing his property in favour of his relatives.
Q15. In Indian Constitution the power to issue a writ of ‘Habeas corpus’ is vested only in-
(c) The Supreme Court and the High Court