Indian Polity Study Material बिभाग “ट”

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Study Material: Indian Polity बिभाग “ट”

 

  1. Which of the following is in the concurrent list?

(1) Population control and family planning

(2) Public health and sanitation

(3) Capitation taxes

(4) Treasure trove

Ans:- (1) Population control and family planning

  1. Who enacts the laws for the those Union Territories which do not have Legislative Assembly?

(1) The Chief Administrative Officer of the territory

(2) The Parliament

(3) The President

(4) Union Home Minister

Ans:-  (2) The Parliament

  1. Zonal Council were provide under

(1) The original Constitution

(2) The State Reorganisation Act, 1956

(3) The 42nd Amendment

(4) 44th Amendment

Ans:- (2) The State Reorganisation Act, 1956

  1. The entire country has been divided into

(1) Three Zonal Council

(2) Four Zonal Council

(3) Five Zonal Council

(4) Six Zonal Council

Ans:- (3) Five Zonal Council

  1. Who is the ex-officio Chairman of a Zonal Council?

(1) The chief minister of the state where the Zonal Council meets

(2) The governor of the state where the Zonal council meets

(3) The Union Minister associated with the Zonal Council

(4) None of these

Ans:- (1) The chief minister of the state where the Zonal Council meets

  1. Two or more Zonal Council can hold joint meetings. Such meeting s are presided over by the

(1) Chairman of the Planning Commission

(2) Prime Minister

(3) Union Home Minister

(4) The seniormost governor of the member states

Ans:- (3) Union Home Minister

  1. Zonal Council are

(1) Advisory bodies

(2) Administrative bodies

(3) Consultative bodies

(4) Lawmaking agencies

Ans:- (1) Advisory bodies

  1. The amendment procedure of the Indian Constitution has been modeled on the constitution pattern of

(1) South Africa

(2) Canada

(3) USA

(4) Switzerland

Ans:- (1) South Africa

  1. Which of the following articles deals with the amendment procedure of the Constitution?

(1) Two

(2) Three

(3) Four

(4) Only one

Ans:- (2) Three

  1. Which of the following amendments w as the most comprehensive amendment of the Constitution?

(1) The 52nd Amendment

(2) The 42nd Amendment

(3) The 44th Amendment

(4) The 68th Amendment

Ans:- (2) The 42nd Amendment

  1. Which amendment affirmed the right of the Lok Sabha to amend any part of the Constitution?

(1) The 24th Amendment

(2) The 39th Amendment

(3) The 42nd Amendment

(4) The 44th Amendment

Ans:- (1) The 24th Amendment

  1. The 86th Amendment deals with

(1) Continuation of reservation for backward classes in government employment.

(2) Reservation of 30 percent posts for women in government recruitment

(3) Allocation of more Parliamentary seats to recently created states

(4) Free and compulsory education for all children between the age of 6 and 14 years

Ans:- (4) Free and compulsory education for all children between the age of 6 and 14 years

  1. The 42nd Amendment

(1) Introduced Fundamental Duties for the first time

(2) Made the Directive Principles justiciable

(3) Added a new schedule (Schedule VII) to the Constitution

(4) Did No ne of the above things

Ans:-  (1) Introduced Fundamental Duties for the first time

  1. The titles and special privileges of the former rules of the princely states were abolished by

(1) The 24th Amendment

(2) The 26th Amendment

(3) The 42nd Amendment

(4) None of the these

Ans:- (1) The 24th Amendment

  1. The 45th Amendment

(1) Abolished special courts

(2) Regularised the Preventive Detention Ordinance

(3) Retained forests and education in the Concurrent List

(4) Extended reservation of seats for Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes for a further period of 10 years.

Ans:- (4) Extended reservation of seats for Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes for a further period of 10 years.

  1. The First Amendment to the Constitution, which was carried out in 1951, related to

(1) Security of the country

(2) Security of the country

(3) Protection of agrarian reform laws in certain states

(4) Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes

Ans:- (3) Protection of agrarian reform laws in certain states

  1. Which amendment of the Constitution provided constitution status to the municipalities?

(1) 70th

(2) 72nd

(3) 73rd

(4) 74th

Ans:- (4) 74th

  1. Proposal for amendment of the Constitution in India can be initiated by

(1) Parliament alone

(2) Parliament as well as state legislative assemblies

(3) The people

(4) All the above

Ans:- (1) Parliament alone

  1. The Constitution of India en visages three types of services

(1) Navy, Air Force and Army

(2) Civil, military and para-military

(3) All India Services, Central Service and State Service

(4) None of the above

Ans:- (3) All India Services, Central Service and State Service

  1. The responsibility for the recruitment of All India Services rests with

(1) The Union Public Service Commission

(2) The President

(3) The Parliament

(4) The Union Home Ministry

Ans:- (1) The Union Public Service Commission

  1. Who appoints the members of the All India services?

(1) The President

(2) The Union Home Minister

(3) The Chairman of the Union Public Service Commission

(4) The Attorney General of India

Ans:- (1) The President

  1. The composition of the Union Public Service Commission has been

(1) Iaid down in the Constitution

(2) Determined by the Parliament

(3) Determined by the President

(4) Determined by the Union Home Ministry

Ans:- (1) Iaid down in the Constitution

  1. At present the UPSC consists of a chairman and

(1) Seven other members

(2) Eight other members

(3) Nine other members

(4) Eleven other members

Ans:- (2) Eight other members

  1. The chairman of the Union Public Service Commission is appointed by

(1) The President

(2) The Prime Minister

(3) The Union Home Minister

(4) The President in consultation with the Chief Justice of India

Ans:- (1) The President

  1. Members of the UPSC are appointed by

(1) The Chairman of the UPSC

(2) The president

(3) The Home Minister

(4) None of the above

Ans:- (2) The president

  1. Members of the UPSC hold office

(1) During the pleasure of the President

(2) As long they enjoy the confidence of Parliament

(3) Till they attain the age of 70 years

(4) For a term of six years or till they attain the age of 65 years

Ans:- (4) For a term of six years or till they attain the age of 65 years

  1. Members of the UPSC can be removed from office before the expiry of their term by

(1) The Prime Minister

(2) The Chairman of the UPSAC

(3) The President on the recommendation of the Supreme Court

(4) The President on the recommendation of the Parliament

Ans:- (3) The President on the recommendation of the Supreme Court

  1. The UPSC can be assigned additional duties on the recommendation of

(1) The Union Home Minister

(2) The Parliament

(3) The Council of Ministers

(4) The President

Ans:- (2) The Parliament

  1. The UPSC submits an annual report on its work to

(1) The President

(2) The Parliament

(3) The Union Home Minister

(4) The Chief Justice of India

Ans:- (1) The President

  1. Which of the following has been wrongly listed as an All India Service?

(1) Indian Police Service

(2) Indian Administrative Service

(3) Indian Foreign Service

(4) Indian Economic Service

Ans:- (1) Indian Police Service

  1. In India, new All India Services can be created

(1) Through an amendment in the Constitution

(2) By the Union Government in consultation with the UPSC

(3) By the Parliament

(4) B y the President on the advice of the Union Council of Members

Ans:- (3) By the Parliament

  1. Which of the following commission recommended the abolition of the IAS and the IPS?

(1) The Kalekar Commission

(2) The Kher Commission

(3) The Rajamannar Commission

(4) None of the above

Ans:- (3) The Rajamannar Commission

  1. The Comptroller and Auditor General acts as

(1) The guardian of people’s liberties

(2) The guardian of public finances

(3) The chief legal advisor of the government

(4) Guardian of all the above

Ans:- (2) The guardian of public finances

  1. The Comptroller and Auditor General is appointed by

(1) The Prime Minister

(2) The President

(3) The Parliament

(4) The President on the advice of the Parliament

Ans:- (2) The President

  1. The Comptroller and Auditor General holds office

(1) During the pleasure of the Parliament

(2) For a term of six years

(3) For a term of six years

(4) During the pleasure of the President

Ans:- (2) For a term of six years

  1. The Comptroller and Auditor General can be removed from his office before expire of his term by

(1) The Prime Minister

(2) The President at his discretion

(3) The President on the advice of the Council of the Ministers

(4) The President on the recommendation of the Parliament

Ans:- (4) The President on the recommendation of the Parliament

  1. The salary and allowances of the Comptroller and Auditor General are paid out of

(1) The Consolidated Fund of India

(2) The Contingency Fund of India

(3) The Contingency Fund of the concerned state

(4) The General Budget

Ans:- (1) The Consolidated Fund of India

  1. The salary and allowances of the Comptroller and Auditor General

(1) Have been prescribed in the Constitution

(2) Are determined by the President in consolation with the Chief Justice of India

(3) Are determined by the Parliament

(4) Are determined by the Union Council of Ministers

Ans:- (3) Are determined by the Parliament

  1. The Comptroller and Auditor General performs

(1) Only audit functions

(2) Only accounting functions

(3) Both accounting and audit functions

(4) Accounting, auditing and judicial functions

Ans:-  (1) Only audit functions

  1. The Comptroller and Auditor General submits his annual report regarding the Centre to

(1) The President

(2) The Parliament

(3) The Chairman of the Planning commission

(4) The Chief Justice of India

Ans:- (1) The President