Indian Polity and Constitution Quiz

Indian Polity and Constitution Quiz

1. Where an executive head, elected for a specific period is not responsible to the legislature and can be removed only by impeachment or death, such a government is known as–
(A) Dictatorship (B) Presidential type of government
(C) Federal type of government (D) Democratic type of government
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2. Which one of the following is not the function of the executive in a state?
(A) To appoint and dismiss the ministers (B) To enforce the laws passed by the legislature
(C) To appoint and dismiss the legislators (D) To run the administration of the country
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3. An independent Judiciary is–
(A) A safeguard for the civil rights of the people (B) A danger to the constitution
(C) An obstacle to the ministry (D) A detriment to the Democracy
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4. Which of the following pairs is not correct?
(A) Minto-Morley reforms Communal representation
(B) Government of India Act 1935 Provincial Autonomy
(C) Simon Commission-Partition of India
(D) Cabinet Mission-The constitution of the Constituent Assembly
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5. For which of the following does the democracy not stand?
(A) Equality (B) Liberty
(C) Fraternity (D) Dynasty rule
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6. Local self-government institutions help in–
(A) The National or union matters only (B) The state matters only
(C) The local matters only (D) All the above
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7. Which of the following is not the function of the Municipal Corporations?
(A) Maintenance of health and sanitation (B) Registration of birth and death
(C) Disposal of the civil disputes (D) Providing primary education
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8. Under Panchayat Raj system, the lowest unit is–
(A) Zila Parishad (B) Gram Sabha
(C) Vikas Khand Samiti (D) Gram Panchayat
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9. Which regional party secured the largest number of seats in the 13th Lok Sabha ?
(A) Biju Janta Dal (B) A.D.M.K.
(C) Telugu Desham (D) D.M.K.
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10. Of the following which is not a local self governing institution? .
(A) Town Area Committee (B) Zila Parishad
(C) Food Corporation of India (D) Municipal Corporation
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11. Who participate in the election of the VicePresident?
(A) The members of Lok Sabha (B) The members of both Houses of Parliament
(C) The members of Rajya Sabha (D) The members of State Legislates
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12. Anti-social activity is–
(A) Smuggling (B) Hoarding
(C) Adulteration (D) All the above
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13. The appointment of the Government Drug Controller has been made to–
(A) Ensure the proper distribution of drugs (B) Control the production of drugs
(C) Improve the quality of the drugs (D) Check the impurity or adulteration in the drugs
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14. Main purpose of the adult education is to–
(A) Increase the number of schools (B) Increase the number of teachers
(C) Remove illiteracy (D) Increase the knowledge of the people
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15. Indian foreign policy is–
(A) To work in co-operation with Russians only
(B) To work in co-operation with U.S.A. only
(C) To oppose both Russia and U.S.A. for everything
(D) To co-operate with the Non-aligned countries
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16. Which of the following are the essential features of Parliamentary Government?
(A) Separation of powers (B) Proportional representation
(C) Rule of Law (D) Cabinet responsibility to legislature
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17. What type of government does Myanmar have?
(A) Parliamentary (B) Presidential
(C) Military (D) None of these
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18. Who among the following often talked of promoting scientific temper in India?
(A) Shyama Prasad Mukherjee . (B) Lal Bahadur Shastri
(C) Vinoba Bhave (D) Jawahar Lal Nehru
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19. Which among the following countries followed the policy of aparthied ?
(A) Britain (B) South Africa
(C) West Germany (D) East Germany
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20. Joint family came into being in–
(A) Industrial society (B) Agricultural society
(C) Modern society (D) Feudal society
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