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Study Material: Indian Polity बिभाग ‘ढ’

  1. India is

(1) Monolithic party system

(2) bi-party system

(3) Multi-party system

(4) None of the above

Ans:- (3) Multi-party system

  1. A political party can get recognition as a regional party if it secures

(1) 10 per cent of the valid votes in any one state

(2) 15 per cent of the valid votes in any one state

(3) 25 per cent of the valid votes in any one state

(4) Four per cent of the valid votes in a state

Ans:- (4) Four per cent of the valid votes in a state

  1. Which of the following regional parties enjoys the distinction of having acted as on opposition party in the Lok Sabha?

(1) D M K

(2) AIADMK

(3) Telugu Desham

(4) None of the above

Ans:- (2) AIADMK

  1. The parliament of India generally holds three sessions. Which one of the following has been wrongly listed as a session of Parliament?

(1) Budget Session

(2) Monsoon Session

(3) Spring Session

(4) Winter Session

Ans:- (3) Spring Session

  1. Which of the following was not a constituent of the Janata Party formed in 1977?

(1) Bhartiya Jan Sangh

(2) Bhartiya Lok Dal

(3) Socialist Party

(4) Swatantra Party

Ans:- (4) Swatantra Party

  1. The first non-Congress government in any state was formed in

(1) 1957

(2) 1961

(3) 1967

(4) 1952

Ans:- (1) 1957

  1. Which of the following political parties enjoys the distinction of having formed the first non-Congress government in a state?

(1) DMK in Tamil Nadu

(2) Akalis in Punjab

(3) Communists in Kerala

(4) Lok Dal in Uttar Pradesh

Ans:- (3) Communists in Kerala

  1. For the first time the ADMK came to power in Tamil Nadu in

(1) 1972

(2) 1977

(3) 1980

(4) 1984

Ans:- (1) 1972

  1. Which among the following advocated a party less democracy?

(1) M N Roy

(2) Krishna Menon

(3) M R Masani

(4) C Rajagopalachari

Ans:- (1) M N Roy

  1. The Leftist parties in India have formed governments at different times in

(1) Kerala, West Bengal and Tripura

(2) Kerala, West Bengal and Manipur

(3) Kerala, Tripura and Meghalaya

(4) West Bengal, Tripura and Arunachal Pradesh

Ans:- (1) Kerala, West Bengal and Tripura

  1. Panchayati Raj is

(1) An administrative structure

(2) A financial structure

(3) A physical structure

(4) A combination of all

Ans:- (1) An administrative structure

  1. The Panchayati raj was introduced in the country in

(1) 1952

(2) 1957

(3) 1959

(4) 1961

Ans:- (3) 1959

  1. Which was the first where Panchayati Raj was introduced?

(1) Gujarat

(2) Rajasathan

(3) Bihar

(4) Andhra Pradesh

Ans:- (3) Bihar

  1. Panchayati Raj is based on the principle of

(1) Democratic decentralization

(2) Community cooperation and development

(3) People’s participation in government

(4) Cultivation of political awareness among the rural masses

Ans:-

  1. The Panchayati Raj institution depend for funds mainly on

(1) Local taxes

(2) Property tax

(3) Government finances

(4) Grants-in-aid from the Central Government

Ans:- (3) Government finances

  1. For successful functioning, Panchayati Raj needs the cooperation of

(1) The state government

(2) The Central Government

(3) The local people

(4) The bureaucracy

Ans:- (3) The local people

  1. Which of the following states has not introduced Panchayati Raj so far

(1) Kerala

(2) Assam

(3) West Bengal

(4) Nagaland

Ans:- (4) Nagaland

  1. The committee on whose recommendation Panchayati Raj was introduced in India was headed by

(1) Jagjiwan Ram

(2) Jiveaj Mehta

(3) Balwant Rai Mehta

(4) Shriman Narayan

Ans:- (3) Balwant Rai Mehta

  1. Which part of the Constitution directs the state to establish Panchayati Raj institutions in the country?

(1) The Preamble

(2) The Directive Principles of State Policy

(3) The Fundamental Rights

(4) None of the above

Ans:- (2) The Directive Principles of State Policy

  1. At what level does the Panchayat Samitis exist in India?

(1) Village

(2) Block

(3) Zila

(4) All the above

Ans:- (2) Block

  1. Which one of the following union territories has a two-tier system of Panchayati Raj?

(1) Chandigarh

(2) Delhi

(3) Dadra and Nagar Haveli

(4) Daman and Diu

Ans:- (3) Dadra and Nagar Haveli

  1. The Panchayat consists of

(1) Elected representatives of the people

(2) Nominated members

(3) All the adult residents of the village

(4) Elected as well as nominated members

Ans:- (1) Elected representatives of the people

  1. The members of the Panchayat Samiti are

(1) Directly elected by the people

(2) Elected by the members of the panchayats

(3) Nominated by the District Officer

(4) Recruited through an open competition

Ans:- (2) Elected by the members of the panchayats

  1. The holding of elections for the Panchayats is decided by

(1) The District Magistrate

(2) Home minister of state

(3) The State government

(4) The Election Commission

Ans:- (3) The State government

  1. The basic objective of the Community Development Programme was to

(1) Distribute goods and services to the needs

(2) Solve problems of the backward communities

(3)  Remove untouchability

(4) Ensure people’s participation in development

Ans:- (4) Ensure people’s participation in development

  1. Panchayats were given constitutional status by

(1) The 72nd Amendment

(2) The 73rd Amendment

(3) The 74th Amendment

(4) The 75th Amendment

Ans:- (2) The 73rd Amendment

  1. Who among the following initiated the Community Development Programme?

(1) Balwant Rai Mehta

(2) K M Munshi

(3) Ashok Mehta

(4) S K Dey

Ans:- (1) Balwant Rai Mehta

  1. The most important feature in the Community Development Programme is

(1) Prevention of migration of rural people to urban areas

(2) People’s participation

(3) Provision of relief during natural calamities

(4) Collection of land revenue by the local people

Ans:- (2) People’s participation

  1. What is the lowest unit of the Panchayati Raj System

(1) Village panchayat

(2) Panchayat Samiti

(3) Zila parishad

(4) None of the above

Ans:- (1) Village panchayat

  1. How many schedules are there in the Constitution?

(1) Eight

(2) Nine

(3) 10

(4) 12

Ans:- (4) 12

  1. How many schedules were there in the original Constitution?

(1) Four

(2) Eight

(3) Nine

(4) Ten

Ans:- (2) Eight

  1. Which of the following schedules of the Constitution was added by the 35th Amendment in 1974 and deleted by the 36th Amendment in 1975.

(1) Eight

(2) Ninth

(3) Tenth

(4) None of the above

Ans:- (3) Tenth

  1. Which of the following schedules contains the details of territories of India?

(1) List of religions found in India

(2) Fundamental duties of Indian citizens

(3) List of regional languages

(4) None of the above

Ans:- (2) Fundamental duties of Indian citizens

  1. Which of the following schedules gives details regarding the subjects in the union, state and concurrent lists?

(1) First Schedule

(2) Seventh Schedule

(3) Eight Schedule

(4) None of these

Ans:-  (2) Seventh Schedule

  1. The total number of laws relating to land reform and abolition of Zamindari System included in the Ninth Schedule, which are protected from judicial scrutiny, is

(1) 202

(2) 257

(3) 273

(4) Over 280

Ans:- (4) Over 280

  1. Which amendment added the Tenth Schedule to the Constitution?

(1) 48th Amendment

(2) 52nd Amendment

(3) 54th Amendment

(4) None of the above

Ans:- (2) 52nd Amendment

  1. Which amendment status to the Constitution provided constitutional status to the municipalities

(1) 52nd Amendment

(2) 56th Amendment

(3) 74th Amendment

(4) 76th Amendment

Ans:- (3) 74th Amendment

  1. How many subjects, over which the municipalities have been given administrative control, have been listed in the Twelfth Schedule?

(1) 18

(2) 20

(3) 21

(4) 29

Ans:- (1) 18

  1. Who was the first Chairman of the Planning Commission?

(1) Jawaharlal Nehru

(2) Gulzari Lal Nanda

(3) K C Neogy

(4) Shriman Narayanan

Ans:-  (1) Jawaharlal Nehru

  1. The Planning Commission was set up in

(1) March 1950

(2) March 1951

(3) April 1952

(4) April 1953

Ans:- (1) March 1950

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