Online Quiz on Indian Polity

Online Quiz on Indian Polity

1. It is "an association estalished by nature for the supply of man's every day wants." About which Aristotle said these words?
(A) Society (B) Family
(C) Community (D) State
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2. Indian foreign policy of non-alignment stands for–
(A) Acting as a mediator between nations (B) Non-involvement in the power block politics
(C) Co-operating with the neighbouring countries (D) Taking side of all the nations
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3. A subject is said to be in the concurrent list when a law can be passed on it by–
(A) The Central Government (B) The Central and State Government both
(C) The State Government (D) The President and the Prime Minister together
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4. Who among the following persons is acknowledged as the father of the Indian Constitution ?
(A) Mahatma Gandhi (B) Jawahar Lal Nehru
(C) Dr. B. R. Ambedkar (D) Dr. Rajendra Prasad
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5. When a Money Bill is passed by the Lok Sabha, but not returned by the Rajya Sabha within 14 days of its receipt–
(A) It cannot become an Act (B) It is deemed to have been passed by both the Houses
(C) It is again referred to the Rajya Sabha (D) It is reconsidered by the Lok Sabha itself
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6. According to the constitution of 26th January, 1950 Indian was declared–
(A) A Sovereign State (B) A Democratic State
(C) A Republic (D) A Sovereign Democratic Republic
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7. Supreme Court in India has to work according to–
(A) The wishes of President (B) The instructions of the Prime Minister
(C) The Provisions of the constitution (D) The guidelines laid down by Parliament
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8. Which of the following lists contains the subject for legislative purposes?
(A) The union list (B) The state list
(C) The concurrent list (D) All the above
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9. Which of the following subjects is not included in the union list?
(A) Defence (B) Income tax
(C) Railway (D) Sales tax
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10. Amendment in our constitution can be effected–
(A) By the President (B) By the Prime Minister
(C) Through referendum (D) According to the provision laid down in the constitution
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11. Which of the following countries is not the member of General Assembly of the U.N.O. ?
(A) Myanmar (B) Afghanistan
(C) Taiwan (D) People Republic of China
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12. The General Assembly of the U.N.O. holds its meetings–
(A) Once a year (B) Twice a year
(C) Once in two years (D) Once in three years
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13. The questions asked in the Parliament during question hour are of what types?
(A) Starred questions (B) Unstarred questions
(C) Neither starred questions, nor unstarted questions (D) Starred and unstarred questions both
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14. The maximum strength of the Lok Sabha has become–
(A) 260 (B) 500
(C) 525 (D) 545
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15. The maximum strength of the Rajya Sabha is–
(A) 240 (B) 250
(C) 260 (D) 270
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16. If the President of India wants to resign from his office he way resign by writing to–
(A) The Prime Minister of India (B) The Chief Justice of India
(C) The Speaker of the Lok Sabha (D) The Vice-President of India
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17. Which one of the following appointments is not made by the President of India?
(A) The Prime Minister (B) The Chief Justice
(C) The Vice-President (D) The Chiefs of the Staff of the Armed forces
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18. A single family consists of–
(A) Husband and wife only
(B) Husband, wife and their younger children
(C) Husband, wife and their children married and unmarried
(D) Husband, wife, children and other relatives
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19. If it is desired in India to switch over to unitary system of government from the present federal structure, such a change can be brought about by–
(A) A simple majority of the members of the Parliament
(B) A two third majority of members present and voting, provided it is not less than majority of the total members
(C) A two third majority of the total membership of the Parliament
(D) A special procedure in Parliament and ratification by a majority of States in the Indian Union
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20. The Governor of a state can use his discretion–
(A) Appointing the Chief Minister, when no party has a clear majority
(B) Dissolving the lower chamber before the expiry of its term
(C) Appointing the Advocate General of the State
(D) Issuing Ordinances
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