Indian Polity Objective Quiz with Answers

Indian Polity Objective Quiz with Answers

1. Which of the following is the function of a judiciary ?
(A) Maintenance of law and order (B) Appointment of the Judges
(C) Imparting justice according to the laws (D) Making of the laws
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2. The main function of the Constituent Assembly is–
(A) Framing the Constitution (B) Amending the Constitution
(C) Enforcement of the Constitution (D) Interpretation of the Constitution
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3. The legislature having two houses is known as–
(A) Uni-cameral (B) Bi-cameral
(C) Upper House (D) Lower House
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4. Which of the following arguments is not in favour of the second chamber of a legislature?
(A) It safeguards against the domination of the lower house
(B) It provides for representation of the special interests and the minorities
(C) It helps is hastly legislation
(D) It gives representation to the Units in the federation
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5. In a socialist country, the government–
(A) Control the means of production and distribution (B) Controls the means of production only
(C) Control the means of distribution only (D) Distributes equal wealth among the citizens
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6. The importance of Village Panchayats has been recognized by the fathers of the Indian Constitution. The provision for organizing Village Panchayats exists in–
(A) Preamble of the Constitution (B) Chapter on Fundamental Rights
(C) Chapter on Directive Principles (D) Amendments to the Constitution
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7. The case for local self-government rests on the premise that–
(A) It makes for better administration (B) It facilitate a non-partisan approach
(C) It is a training ground for democracy (D) It reduces corruption
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8. Which is the MOST important component of Indian nationalism?
(A) India as a dominant community whose culture has been accepted by all
(B) India is a land of minorities
(C) India has a different communities with different cultures by all of them preach tolerance
(D) India has a composite culture
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9. The main hindrance to national integration in India is–
(A) The language policy of the government (B) The non-functioning of the National Integration Council
(C) The formation of linguistic states (D) The absence of strong national consciousness
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10. Democracy is considered better that the old feudal system because–
(A) It is more efficient and economic (B) It is more expressive of the people's will
(C) It ensures more equality among the people (D) It better protects the interests of the state
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11. How much salary does the Governor of a State, draw?
(A) Rs. 36,000 per month (B) Rs. 10,000 per month
(C) Rs. 33,000 per month (D) Rs. 25,000 per month
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12. Who among the following is not appointed by the Governor of a State?
(A) The Chief Minister of the State
(B) The Speaker of the Vidhan Sabha
(C) The Chairman of the State Public Service Commission
(D) Other ministers of the State
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13. The administration of the state government is carried on in the name of–
(A) The Chief Minister of the State (B) The Prime Minister of India
(C) The President of India (D) The Governor of the State
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14. A person is disqualified to contest the election of the State Legislature–
(A) If he holds and officer of profit under the Union or State Government
(B) If he is not a citizen of India
(C) If he is a unsound mind and is so declared by a Court of Law
(D) In all above cases
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15. Sometimes the members get the normal work of the State Legislature suspended temporarily to discuss matters of urgent public importance. It is done through–
(A) Suspensory Veto (B) Adjournment motion
(C) No-confidence motion (D) Cut-motion
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16. Who among the following prorogues the State Legislature?
(A) Speaker of the Legislative Assembly (B) Chief Minister
(C) Governor (D) Chairman of the Legislative Council
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17. Who among the following presides over the Joint Session of the Parliament?
(A) President of India (B) Speaker of the House of the People
(C) Vice President of India (D) Prime Minister of India
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18. Who among the following appoints the Chief Justice and other Judges of the High Court of a State?
(A) President of India (B) Governor of the concerned State
(C) Chief Justice of the Supreme Court (D) Prime Minister of India
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19. When did Indian Parliament Pass National Women's Commission Act?
(A) 1990 (B) 1985
(C) 1988 (D) 1987
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20. Who among the following Indian Leaders advocated the idea of party less democracy?
(A) Mahatma Gandhi (B) Jayaprakash Narayan
(C) Ram Manohar Lohia (D) Maulana Abul Kalam Azad
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