Politics Quiz Questions and Answers

Politics Quiz Questions and Answers

1. Which of the following has got a Lt. Governor?
(A) Delhi (B) Goa
(C) Karnataka (D) Manipur
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2. Which one of the following Fundamental Rights has been ensured to the citizens of India?
(A) To get education (B) To get employment
(C) To buy and sale property (D) To form associations or unions
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3. By Parliament we mean–
(A) Lok Sabha (B) Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha
(C) Rajya Sabha (D) Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha and the President
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4. Who appoints the ad-hoc Chief Justice of a High Court?
(A) The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court (B) The President of India
(C) The Governor of the State concerned (D) The Cabinet at the Centre
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5. In the Panchayati Raj system, the 'Panchayat Samiti' is constituted at the–
(A) Village level (B) Block level
(C) City level (D) District level
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6. Of the following, which statement regarding Directive principles is incorrect?
(A) They aim at creating tolerable conditions of work
(B) They emphasize the need of establishment of welfare state
(C) They can be enforced through law
(D) They are the guidelines for all sets of government-Central. State or local self governments
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7. They provision of suspension of fundamental Rights during emergency has been borrowed from which of the following constitutions?
(A) Weinon constitution of Germany (B) Australian Constitution
(C) American Constitution (D) Canadian Constitution
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8. Which of the following is essential for the declaration of emergency?
(A) Threat of external invasion or crowed rebellion (B) Constitutional breakdown in one or in more than one state
(C) Financial instability or crisis (D) All the above
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9. The type of Government adopted in the Indian Constitution is–
(A) Aristocracy (B) Oligarchy
(C) Presidential (D) Parliamentary
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10. Which of the following is a regional political party?
(A) Communist Party (B) Akali Dal
(C) Bahujan Samaj Party (D) Indian National Congress
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11. Which of the following is incorrect regarding Security Council?
(A) The meetings of the Security Council are generally held twice a month
(B) The permanent representatives of the member states of the Security Council remain permanently at the headquarter of U.N.O.
(C) The office of its President is occupied by its members turn by turn every month, according to alphabetical orders of their names
(D) The veto power is with its non-permanent members only
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12. The number of states in India has reached–
(A) 18 (B) 20
(C) 28 (D) 24
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13. Total number of union territories is–
(A) 5 (B) 7
(C) 10 (D) 11
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14. Where is the head-quarters of the World Health Organisation?
(A) New York (B) Rome
(C) London (D) Geneva
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15. Where is the head-quarters of the Food and, Agricultural Organisation?
(A) Rome (B) London
(C) Geneva (D) New York
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16. Who is the propounder of the theory of General Will ?
(A) Kant (B) T. H. Green
(C) Rousseau (D) Hegel
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17. State and Association can be best distinguished from each other on the basis of–
(A) Population (B) Government
(C) Autonomy (D) Sovereignty
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18. Which one of the following statements best suggests that 'State' is more powerful than the 'Government' ?
(A) Government governs the State
(B) Government executes the will of the State
(C) Government exists for the good of the State
(D) Government cannot exist without the State
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19. In which of the following situations will the sovereignty of a state as a whole be affected?
(A) Conquest of one country by an other state
(B) Division of country into provinces
(C) Agreed transfer of some territory of one country to another
(D) Change in the party in power in the country
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20. What kind of 'equality' will be affected if a country adopts the policy of racial discrimination?
(A) Social equality (B) Religious equality
(C) Natural equality (D) Economic equality
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