Indian Polity Study Material बिभाग ‘ज’

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Study Material: Indian Polity बिभाग ‘ज’

 

  1. The Sarkaria Commission favoured

(1) Abolition of the office of the governor

(2) Selected of the Governor of a State by the President a panel of names given by the concerned state governments

(3) Retention of the office of the governor

(4)  None of the above

Ans:- (3) Retention of the office of the governor

  1. The Chief Minister, who is the head of the government in a state, is

(1) Elected by the state legislature

(2) Appointed by the governor

(3) Appointed by the President

(4) Appointed by the governor on the advice of Chief Justice of the High Court.

Ans:- (2) Appointed by the governor

  1. Who of the following I s regarded the head of the state council of ministers?

(1) The Chief Minister

(2) The Governor

(3) The Speaker

(4) None of the above

Ans:- (1) The Chief Minister

  1. A member of the council of minister can hold of fice without being a member of the state legislature for a maximum period of

(1) Three months

(2) Six months

(3) One year

(4) Two years

Ans:- (2) Six months

  1. The portfolios to the various members of the council of minister in a state are allocated by

(1) The Governor

(2) The Chief Minister

(3) The Speaker of legislative assembly

(4) The Governor on the advice of the Chief Minister.

Ans:-  (4) The Governor on the advice of the Chief Minister.

  1. The salaries and allowances of the members of the council of minister in a state are determined by

(1) The state legislature

(2) The Governor in consultation with President

(3) The Parliament

(4) The Governor in consultation with the state legislature.

Ans:- (1) The state legislature

  1. Who presides over the meeting of the council of ministers in a state

(1) The Governor

(2) The Chief Minister

(3) Speaker of legislative assembly

(4) None of the above

Ans:- (2) The Chief Minister

  1. Who among the following enjoys the distinction of being the first woman Dalit Chief Minister of a state?

(1) Nandani  Satpati

(2) Padmaja naidu

(3) Mayawati

(4) Sarojini Naidu

Ans:- (3) Mayawati

  1. The council of Ministers of an Indian state is collectively responsible to

(1) The legislative assembly

(2) The legislative council

(3) Both the houses of the state legislature

(4) The Governor

Ans:- (1) The legislative assembly

  1. Who among the following enjoys the distinction of serving as the Chief Minister of a state India for the longest period?

(1) BD Jatti

(2) Jyoti Basu

(3) Sharad Pawar

(4) Bhajan Lal

Ans:- (2) Jyoti Basu

  1. Who administers the oath of office to the members of council of ministers in a state?

(1) The Governor

(2) The Chief Justice of the State High Court

(3) The Attorney General of the state

(4) None of the above

Ans:- (1) The Governor

  1. In which of the following states was the legislative council abolished on the recommendations of the state legislative assembly

(1) Tamil Nadu

(2) Bihar

(3) Andhra Pradesh

(4) Both (1) and (3)

  1. The legislative council in a state can be abolished by the Parliament on the recommendation of

(1) The Governor

(2) The state legislative assembly

(3) The President

(4) None of the above

Ans:- (2) The state legislative assembly

  1. The membership of the legislative assembly of a state varies between

(1) 60 and 500

(2) 100 and 300

(3) 150 and 450

(4) 100 and 400

Ans:-  (1) 60 and 500

  1. The members of the legislative assembly are

(1) Elected by the people

(2) Elected by the local bodies

(3) Nominated by the Governor

(4) Retuned through all the three methods

Ans:- (1) Elected by the people

  1. The members of the legislative assembly are elected for a term of

(1) Three years

(2) Four years

(3) Five years

(4) Six years

Ans:- (3) Five years

  1. Which of the following states/union territory has a legislative assembly consisting of only 30 members?

(1) Pondicherry

(2) Mizoram

(3) Five years

(4) All the above

Ans:- (4) All the above

  1. Money bills can be introduced in the state legislative with the prior consent of

(1) The Speaker

(2) The Chief Minister

(3) The Governor

(4) The President

Ans:- (3) The Governor

  1. A money bill can be introduced in the state

(1) In either house of the state legislature

(2) Only in the legislative assembly

(3) Only in the legislative council

(4) In both the houses at a joint sitting

Ans:- (2) Only in the legislative assembly

  1. In December 2005, the Parliament passed a bill which seeks to revive the Legislative Council in

(1) Andhra Pradesh

(2) Tamil Nadu

(3) Bihar

(4) All the above states

Ans:- (1) Andhra Pradesh

  1. The maximum strength of the elected members in a state legislative assembly can be

(1) 250

(2) 300

(3) 450

(4) 500

Ans:- (4) 500

  1. The legislative council of a state is

(1) Elected for a term of four years

(2) Elected for a term of five years

(3) A permanent house, and is not subject to dissolution

(4) Elected for a term of six years

Ans:- (3) A permanent house, and is not subject to dissolution

  1. The members of the state legislative assembly participate in the election of

(1) The President

(2) The Vice-President

(3)  Members of the legislative council

(4) Both (1) and (3)

Ans:-

  1. Which of the following states/union territories have a common High Court?

(1) Uttar Pradesh and Bihar

(2) Punjab and Jammu and Kashmir

(3) Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh

(4) Assam and Bengal

Ans:- (3) Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh

  1. The Chief Justice and other judges of the High Court retire at the age of

(1) 60 years

(2) 62 years

(3) 65 years

(4) 70 years

Ans:- (2) 62 years

  1. The Chief Justice of a High Court receives a monthly salary of

(1) 15,000

(2) 20,000

(3) 25,000

(4) 30,000

Ans:- (4) 30,000

  1. The ordinary Judges of High Courts receives a monthly salary of

(1) Rs 15,000

(2) Rs 25,000

(3) Rs 26,000

(4) Rs 30,000

Ans:- (3) Rs 26,000

  1. The jurisdiction of the High Court can be extended or restricted by

(1) The President

(2) The Parliament

(3) The Chief Justice of India

(4) The Legislative of the concerned state

Ans:- (2) The Parliament

  1. The High Courts are empowered to issue writs for the enforcement of Fundamental Rights under

(1) Article 225

(2) Article 226

(3) Article 227

(4) Article 228

Ans:- (2) Article 226

  1. Under which of the following writs can the High Court direct public official or the government not to enforce a law which is unconstitutional?

(1) Certiorari

(2) Quo Warranto

(3) Mandamus

(4) Prohibition

Ans:- (4) Prohibition

  1. The number of judges of High Court is determined by

(1) The chief Justice of India

(2) The President of India

(3) The Governor of the state

(4) The Parliament

Ans:- (2) The President of India

  1. On what ground can a judge of a High Court be removed

(1) The Chief Justice of India

(2) The President of India

(3) The Government of the India

(4) The Parliament

Ans:-  (2) The President of India

  1. On what ground a judge of a High Court be removed?

(1) Proved misbehavior or incapacity

(2) Insolvency

(3) Insanity

(4) All the above

Ans:- (1) Proved misbehavior or incapacity

  1. The Constitution of India describes India as

(1) A Union of States

(2) A Federation

(3) A Confederation

(4) A Quasi-Federal

Ans:-  (1) A Union of States

  1. The Indian federal system is modeled on the federal system of

(1) USA

(2) Canada

(3) Australia

(4) New Zealand

Ans:- (1) USA

  1. The Union Government has exclusive powers on subjects in

(1) The union list

(2)  The concurrent list

(3) State list

(4) Both (1) and (2)

Ans:- (1) The union list

  1. The states enjoy exclusive jurisdiction on subjects in the

(1)  Concurrent list

(2) State list

(3) Both (1) and (2)

(4)  None of the above

Ans:- (2) State list

  1. The Constitution of India vests the residuary powers in

(1) The Union Government

(2) The states

(3) The Union and State government jointly

(4) None of the above

Ans:- (1) The Union Government

  1. The union list contains:

(1) 66 items

(2) 97 items

(3) 47 items

(4) 99 items

Ans:- (4) 99 items

  1. The State list contains

(1) 61 items

(2) 66 items

(3) 47 items

(4)  99 items

Ans:- (1) 61 items

  1. The concurrent list contains

(1) 47 items

(2) 52 items

(3) 66 items

(4) 97 items

Ans:- (2) 52 items

  1. The Constitution of India has created

(1) A very weak centre

(2) A very strong centre

(3) A Centre which is weak during normal times but very strong during emergencies

(4)  None of the above

Ans:- (2) A very strong centre

  1. The central government can issue direction to the state with regard to subjects in

(1) The union list

(2) The state list

(3) The Concurrent list

(4) All these lists

Ans:-  (4) All these lists

  1. The central government can assign any function to the state with the consent of

(1) The President

(2) The Chief Justice of India

(3) The Parliament

(4) The state government   

Ans:- (4) The state government   

  1. Which of the following subjects was transferred by the 61st amendment of 1976 from the state list to the concurrent list?

(1) Health

(2) Education

(3) Irrigation

(4) All the above

(5) None of the above

Ans:- (2) Education

  1. Which one of the following taxes is not shared by the Central Government with the state governments?

(1) Customs duty

(2) Excise duties

(3) Income tax

(4) All the above

Ans:- (1) Customs duty

  1. A new state can be created in India

(1) By a simple majority of Parliament

(2) By a simple majority of Parliament and approval of majority of the states

(3) By a two-thirds majority in Parliament

(4) By two-thirds majority in each house of Parliament and approval by a majority of states

Ans:- (1) By a simple majority of Parliament