Indian Politics Quiz with Answers

Indian Politics Quiz with Answers

1. Democracy can function successfully in a country if the people are–
(A) Physically strong and healthy (B) Patriots
(C) Politically conscious (D) Basically honest
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2. Dictatorship is based on–
(A) Force and Fear (B) Public Opinion
(C) Will of God (D) Allegiance of the Constitution
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3. The constitution (79th Amendment) Act 1999 relates to–
(A) Extension of reservation of seats for SC/STs in Lok Sabha and State Vidhan Sabha till January 25, 2010
(B) The grant of 33% reservation of seats in India legislatures including Parliament to women
(C) Clearing the way for reservation in promotion to union and state services to the candidates of scheduled castes and Scheduled Tribes
(D) Grant of Statehood to Union territory of Pondicherry
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4. Of the following, which one is correct about a federation?
(A) Federation is domination of the centre on the states
(B) Federation is dependence of the centre on the states
(C) The centre and the states interfere in the matters of each other
(D) Federation is an association of states that forms a new one and all the units and centre derive power from the constitution
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5. Which one of the following is not the power of the President of India?
(A) To declare emergency (B) To appoint and dismiss the ambassadors
(C) To appoint and dismiss the members of Lok Sabha (D) To dissolve Parliament and order for fresh election
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6. In India, Prime Minister can remain no longer in his office–
(A) If the President is not please with him
(B) If he ceases to be the leader of the majority party in the Lok Sabha
(C) If the Vice-President is not pleased with him
(D) If all the opposition parties wish to remove him from his office
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7. Which of the following is an all India Political Party?
(A) Akali Dal (B) National Conference
(C) Indian National Congress (D) D.M.K.
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8. Of the following, which is correct?
(A) A Sarpanch is nominated by the President of Zila Parishad
(B) A Sarpanch is nominated by the Collector or Deputy Commissioner of the district
(C) A Sarpanch is elected by the members of Gram Panchayat from among themselves
(D) A Sarpanch is elected by Gram Sabha
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9. Which of the following countries has biparty system?
(A) India (B) England
(C) Russia (D) France
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10. The Aligarh Movement came into being for the regeneration of the Muslim Society in India. Its great leader was–
(A) Maulana Abul Kalam Azad (B) Sri Syed Ahmad Khan
(C) Munarnmad Ali Jinnah (D) Khan Abdul Gaffar Khan
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11. Which of the following countries is not a Nonaligned country ?
(A) India (B) Sri Lanka
(C) Polland (D) Y ogoslavia
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12. The main object of the United Nations Organisation is to–
(A) Maintain international peace and security
(B) Develop friendly relations among nations
(C) Bring about co-operation in solving various problems, facing the world
(D) All the above
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13. Sometimes U.N. force is sent by the Security Council which–
(A) Takes the action against aggressive country
(B) Punishes both the countries at war
(C) Protects the countries which are neigh bours to the warring countries
(D) Resists aggression and enforces ceasefire in the area of fighting
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14. The nations emerged as two big powets of the world after the Second World War were–
(A) Russia and China (B) England and U.S.A.
(C) U.S.S.R. and U.S.A. (D) China and England
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15. Law is–
(A) The body of principles recognised and applied by the state
(B) The expression of social necessity
(C) The body of rules which controls the external behaviour of men
(D) All the above
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16. Who among the following, was the President of the Constituent Assembly which framed India's constitution?
(A) Dr. B.R. Ambedkar (B) Dr. Rajendra Prasad
(C) Dr. S. Radhakrishanan (D) Dr. Zakir Hussain
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17. The Constitution of India came into force with effect from–
(A) August 9, 1942 (B) August 15, 1947
(C) November 26, 1949 (D) January 26, 1950
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18. Which among the following is a Union Territory?
(A) Nagaland (B) Chandigarh
(C) Tripura (D) Manipur
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19. Which of the following statements is correct?
(A) Individual is more important than society
(B) Society is more important than the individual
(C) Both man and society are interdependent
(D) Neither of the two is dependent upon the other
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20. The Constitution of India describes India as–
(A) A federal state (B) Unitary state
(C) A quasi-federal state (D) A union of states
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