General Knowledge Indian Polity Quiz

General Knowledge Indian Polity Quiz

1. The Governor of a State is appointed by the President on the advice of the–
(A) Vice- President (B) Prime Minister
(C) Chief Minister (D) Chief Justice
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2. Who among the following holds office during the pleasure of the President ?
(A) Governor (B) Election Commissioner
(C) Speaker of Lok Sabha (D) Prime Minister
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3. The total number of members nominated by the President to the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha is–
(A) 18 (B) 14
(C) 12 (D) 16
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4. The Deputy Chairman of the Rajya Sabha can be removed by a resolution–
(A) Passed by a simple majority of its total member present
(B) None of these
(C) Passed by 2/3rd majority of its total members present
(D) Moved by Rajya Sabha but passed by Lok Sabha
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5. A Bill referred to a joint sitting of the two Houses of the Parliament is to be passed by–
(A) A simple majority (B) Absolute majority of total membership
(C) 2/3rd majority (D) 3/4th majority
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6. Which of the following Bills was discussed in the Lok Sabha but was withdraw before it could be discussed in the Rajya Sabha ?
(A) Hill Council Bill (B) Defamation Bill
(C) Benami Transaction Bill (D) Newspaper Employees Bill
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7. Which of the following has banned floor crossing by the members elected on a party ticket to the legislature ?
(A) National Security Act (B) Maintenance of Internal Security Act
(C) 52nd Constitution Amendment Act (D) People's Representation Act
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8. As decided by the Government of India, a member of Parliament would get what amount of money to spend on development activities in his/her constituency ?
(A) Rs 2 crore (B) Rs 1 crore
(C) Rs 1 lakh (D) Rs 10 lakh
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9. The maximum strength of Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha respectively is–
(A) 537 and 275 (B) 545 and 250
(C) 500 and 250 (D) 525 and 238
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10. To which of the following Bills the President must accord his sanction without sending it back for fresh consideration ?
(A) Finance Bills (B) Bill seeking Amendment to the Constitution
(C) Ordinary Bills (D) Bills passed by both the Houses of the Parliament
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11. In the case of a conflict between the Centre and a State in respect of a subject included in the Concurrent List–
(A) The law which had been passed first would prevail
(B) The Union Law prevails
(C) The State Law prevails
(D) The matter is resolved by the Supreme Court
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12. Who is the highest Law Officer of a state ?
(A) Attorney General (B) Secretary General Law Department
(C) Solicitor General (D) Advocate General
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13. Who among the following enjoys the rank of a Cabinet Minister of the Indian Union?
(A) Deputy Chairman, Rajya Sabha
(B) Deputy Chairman of the Planning Commission
(C) Secretary to the Government of India
(D) None of the Above
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14. One feature distinguishing the Rajya Sabha from the Vidhan Parishad is–
(A) Indirect election (B) Power of impeachment
(C) Nomination of members (D) Tenure of membership
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15. Chief Ministers of all the states are ex-officio members of the–
(A) Finance Commission (B) National Development Council
(C) Planning Commission (D) Inter State Council
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16. What is zero hour ?
(A) When a Money Bill is introduced in the Lok Sabha
(B) When matters of utmost importance are raised
(C) When the proposals of the opposition are considered
(D) Interval between the morning and afternoon sessions
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17. A Bill refferred to a joint sitting of the two Houses of the Parliament is to be passed by–
(A) Absolute majority of total membership (B) A simple majority
(C) 2/3rd majority (D) 3/4th majority
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18. Which of the following Bills was discussed in the Lok Sabha but was withdraw before it could be discussed in the Rajya Sabha ?
(A) Benami Transaction Bill (B) Hill Council Bill
(C) Newspaper Employees Bill (D) Defamation Bill
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19. The maximum strength of Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha respectively is–
(A) 545 and 250 (B) 537 and 275
(C) 500 and 250 (D) 525 and 238
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20. Who is the highest Law Officer of a state ?
(A) Secretary General Law Department (B) Advocate General
(C) Attorney General (D) Solicitor General
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