Indian Polity Quiz Questions

Indian Polity Quiz Questions

1. In a welfare state, the government–
(A) Restricts the liberty of the individuals
(B) Determines the fashions of the people
(C) Controls the trade and commerce
(D) Helps the people against poverty, old age and unemployment
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2. Which of the following is not the organ of a government?
(A) Executive (B) Judiciary
(C) Legislature (D) Political Parties
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3. The essential element of the modern state is–
(A) The Supreme Court (B) The Political Parties
(C) The Division of Power (D) The Sovereignty
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4. Which of the following is not included in the executive wing of the government?
(A) The Prime Minister (B) The President or the King
(C) The Ministers (D) The Judges of the Courts
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5. A legislature of a country–
(A) Makes the laws (B) Interprets the laws
(C) Protects the laws (D) Enforces the laws
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6. Which of the following statement is correct?
(A) Chandigarh is the capital of Haryana and a part of the state
(B) Chandigarh is the Capital of Punjab and a part of the state
(C) Chandigarh is a Union Territory
(D) Chandigarh is a Non-man's land
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7. Which one of the following is NOT an essential qualification for appointment as a Governor?
(A) He should be a citizen of India
(B) He should be a domicile of the state to which he is being appointed
(C) He must have completed the age of thirty five
(D) He must not be a member of either House of the Parliament
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8. The-Governor of a state receives a Bill passed by the Legislative Assembly of that state for resettlement of citizen in that state affecting the general laws of citizenship of India. Which of the following course would be most appropriate for the Governor as an agent of the Centre?
(A) Give assent to the Bill (B) Refer the Bill to the President
(C) Keep the Bill pending (D) Exercise veto over the Bill
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9. Which committee/commission recommended incorporation of provisions relating to fundamental duties into the constitution of India–
(A) Rajmannan Committee (B) Mandal Commission
(C) Swarna Singh Committee (D) Sarkaria Commission
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10. In whom are the powers of Judicial Review vested in India?
(A) The President (B) The Parliament
(C) All the Courts (D) The Supreme Court and all the High Courts
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11. In Law-making process in India, the bill is put to vote in both Houses of the Parliament after the–
(A) Third reading (B) Second reading
(C) First reading (D) Committee stage
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12. A Bill in its second reading is–
(A) Put to general discussion (B) Discussed on broad policies and principles only
(C) Discussed clause by clause (D) Discussed by every member of the House
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13. Which of the following statements is wrong regarding the members of Union Public Service Commission?
(A) They are expected to be free from political pressures
(B) After retirement, they cannot accept other government appointments
(C) They are appointed by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court
(D) They can only be removed for their incapability or misbehaviour, duly proved by an enquiry committee of the Supreme Court
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14. Of the following which is a union territory ?
(A) Manipur (B) Daman & Diu
(C) Nagaland (D) Sikkim
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15. The speaker of the Legislative Assembly of a State submits his resignation to the–
(A) Chief Minister
(B) Governor
(C) Chief Justice of the High Court
(D) Deputy Speaker of the Legislative Assembly of that State
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16. Which of the following Constitutional amendment Acts added Fundamental Duties to the Chapter on Fundamental Rights?
(A) Thirty eight Amendment (B) Forty first Amendment
(C) Forty second Amendment (D) Forty fifth Amendment
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17. Who among the following does acquire natural citizenship in India?
(A) Either of whose parents is an Indian citizen
(B) Who obeys the laws of country
(C) Who has migrated from other country and lived here for a fixed period of time
(D) Who has acquired the citizenship by applying for it
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18. Which of the following is not included in the Directive Principles of State Policy?
(A) Right to Work
(B) Right to equality
(C) Right to equal wages for equal work
(D) Right to Free and Compulsory Education upto the age of Fourteen
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19. On which of the following dates was the Constitution of India enacted and adopted in the Constituent Assembly?
(A) 29th August, 1947 (B) 17th October, 1949
(C) 26th November, 1949 (D) 26th January, 1950
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20. Who certifies a bill as money bill ?
(A) Finance Minister (B) Prime Minister
(C) Chairman of the Council of States (D) Speaker of the House of the People
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