Indian Polity GK Quiz Questions

Indian Polity GK Quiz Questions

1. Which of the following statements is correct regarding the meaning and the position of Sovereignty? It is–
(A) The supreme and unlimited authority of the state in internal sphere only
(B) The absolute and unlimited power of the state in external sphere only
(C) The unlimited and ultimate authority of the state both in internal and external spheres
(D) The power which enjoys complete control over all the citizens in a state
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2. A state ruled by a few persons for the good of all the people, is known as–
(A) Aristocracy (B) Democracy
(C) Oligarchy (D) Monarchy
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3. A constitutional monarchy means a state where a king–
(A) Makes the constitution for the country (B) Has to act according to the constitution
(C) Is elected by the people (D) Is hereditary head of the state
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4. The state governed by one person for the good of the people, is known as–
(A) Tyranny (B) Monarchy
(C) Democracy (D) Polity
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5. In the unitary type of government, there is–
(A) Rule of one person for the good of all the people
(B) One unit of administration for the entire state
(C) Rule of a single dynasty for a long period
(D) Unicameral legislature
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6. Which of the following agencies of Public Opinion serves better the interest of the rural masses in comparison to the Urban ones?
(A) Radio (B) Cinema
(C) News Papers (D) Television
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7. How many women were elected to the 13th Lok Sabha consisting of 543 members?
(A) 36 (B) 48
(C) 51 (D) 46
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8. In India some people feel that there should be a partyless parliamentary democracy. If this advice is accepted and implemented, its effect on the working of the Government would be that–
(A) It would be free from corruption
(B) It would not have to face an organised opposition
(C) It would work on clear-cut policy lines in the interests of all people
(D) It would be most conscious of its obligations
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9. The reason why India adopted the policy of non-alignment is that it–
(A) Did not want to join any power block (B) Wanted to keep its separate identity
(C) Wanted to build up a third block (D) Wanted to build up its military strength
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10. Veto in the U.N. Security Council means the rejection of a substantive resolution by–
(A) The majority of members voting against it
(B) At least one of the permanent members voting against it
(C) All the members voting against it
(D) The majority of non-permanent members voting against it
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11. The Governor of a State has the power to reserve a bill for the consideration of the President when the feels that the bill–
(A) Is against the interests of the opposition parties
(B) Enhance the prestige and position of the Ruling Party in the State only
(C) Indicates entirely a new policy which was not followed by the previous governments
(D) Undermines authority of high court or the Central Government
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12. Who controls the consolidated fund of the state?
(A) The Chief Minister of the State (B) The Governor of the State
(C) The Finance Minister of the State (D) The Legislative Assembly
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13. In which of the following cases does the Lieutenant Governor act on his own without seeking the advice of the Executive Councillors in a Union territory ?
(A) Transport (B) Electricity
(C) Civil Supplies (D) Law and order
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14. The retirement age of a Judge of the Supreme Court is–
(A) 65 years (B) 60 years
(C) 58 years (D) 55 years
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15. As a salary a Judge of the Supreme Court receives per month–
(A) 25,000 (B) 33,000
(C) 30,000 (D) 36,000
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16. Which of the following is not a regional Party?
(A) National Conference (B) Akali Dal
(C) Asomgana Parishad (D) Janta Dal
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17. Which of the following does elect the Judges of the International Court of Justice?
(A) Economic and Social Council
(B) A Meeting of Law Ministers of all countries of the World
(C) Security Council and General Assembly
(D) Trusteeship Council and General Assembly
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18. The Head of the Government of which country is the correct Chairman of Non-aligned Movement ?
(A) South Africa (B) Zambia
(C) Indonesia (D) India
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19. Which of the following systems was introduced by the Government of India Act 1919?
(A) Provincial Autonomy (B) Federal System
(C) System of Separate Electorates (D) Dyarchy
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20. Which of the following countries is not a member of the Common wealth?
(A) Malaysia (B) Nepal
(C) Sri Lanka (D) Bangladesh
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