Indian Politics Quiz Questions with Answers

Indian Politics Quiz Questions with Answers

1. Which of the following is the demerit of a federation?
(A) It encourages regionalism
(B) It creates unity in diversity
(C) It gives considerable measure of autonomy to the states
(D) It prevents the central government from being despotic in behaviour
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2. The first non-aligned summit conference was held in 1961 in–
(A) Cairo (Egypt) (B) Belgrade (Yugoslavia)
(C) Nairoh (Kenya) (D) Havana (Cuba)
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3. Which of the following is wrong about the Parliamentary Democracy?
(A) It does not adjust easily according to the changed circumstances
(B) Ministers get more opportunities to show their abilities under this system of government
(C) President gives impartial advice
(D) There is close co-operation between the executive and the legislature
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4. In a Presidential type of government, we find that–
(A) The Chief Executive is always elected
(B) The term of the Chief Executive is fixed for certain period
(C) The Secretaries are fully subordinate to the President
(D) All the above
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5. A representative government is not possible without–
(A) Political parties (B) Impartial election
(C) Political consciousness among the people (D) All the above
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6. Sir Syed Ahmad Khan was interested in the higher education of the Indian Muslims. Who like him, was interested in the higher education of the Hindus?
(A) Gopal Krishna Gokhale (B) Raja Ram Mohan Roy
(C) Subhash Chandra Bose (D) Bal Gangadhar Tilak
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7. Which was the first state formed on linguistic basis?
(A) Rajasthan (B) Madhya Pradesh
(C) Andhra Pradesh (D) Karnataka
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8. In the National Democratic Alliqnce (presently the ruling coalition) formed on May, 1999, which of the following parties was not a constituent part ?
(A) United Janata Dal (B) Anna D.M.K.
(C) Shiv Sena (D) Biju Janata Dill
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9. Dada-Bhai Noroji was–
(A) Leader of the Parsi community in India
(B) Leader of the Indian Muslim Congress
(C) Leader of Indian National Congress
(D) A government servant under the British rule in India
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10. Who are regarded as the founders of the Indian National Congress?
(A) Badruddin Tayyabji and Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru
(B) Gopal Krishna Gokhale and Dada Bhai Noroji
(C) Pt. Madan Mohan Malviya and Lokmanya Tilak
(D) A.O. Hume and Surendra Nath Banerji
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11. Which of the following is correct regarding the relationship between the law and the liberty?
(A) All the laws restrict liberty (B) All the laws help in creating liberty
(C) Only bad laws create liberty (D) Only good laws help in creating liberty
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12. The source of law is–
(A) Custom or Usage (B) Religion
(C) Legislature (D) All the above
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13. Which of the following is not a political right of a citizen?
(A) Right to vote (B) Right to seek election
(C) Right to property (D) Right to Petition
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14. Civics does not concern with the dustries towards–
(A) State (B) Society
(C) God (D) Self
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15. A democratic government does not try to secure–
(A) Political equality (B) Economic equality
(C) Physical equality (D) Social equality
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16. Article 17 of the Indian Constitution–
(A) protects individual freedom (B) Grants right to equality
(C) Abolishes untouchability (D) Grants right to constitutional remedies
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17. Fundamental Duties are–
(A) Not provided in our Constitution
(B) Passed by a separate law of the Parliament
(C) Provided by the 42nd Constitution Amendment Act October, 1976
(D) Left to the President of India to be proclaimed during an emergency
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18. A candidate to be eligible for the membership of Rajya Sabha should not be less than–
(A) 21 years of age (B) 25 years of age
(C) 30 years of age (D) 35 years of age
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19. The States in India were reorganised largely on linguistic basis in the year–
(A) 1947 (B) 1950
(C) 1952 (D) 1956
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20. A group of persons organised ordinarily for the attainment of any specific aim or aims is generally known as–
(A) A government (B) As association
(C) A Society (D) A family
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