Quiz on Indian Polity with Answers

Quiz on Indian Polity with Answers
1. Whether a Bill is a Money Bill or not, will be decided by the–
(A) Speaker of the Lok Sabha (B) Chairman of the Rajya Sabha
(C) Finance Minister (D) Prime Minister
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2. After the general elections a new Lok Sabha is constituted. In its first session, the Speaker is elected. Who presides over this first session?
(A) Ex-Speaker (B) Ex-Prime Minister
(C) Chairman of the Rajya Sabha (D) Oldest member of the House
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3. The 'Indian Parliament' comprise of the–
(A) Rajya Sabha and Lok Sabha (B) Rajya Sabha, Lok Sabha and the President
(C) Rajya Sabha, Lok Sabha and the Council of Ministers (D) Lok Sabha and the Council of Ministers
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4. In the event of the breakdown of the constitutional machinery of any state, under which one of the following Articles can President's Rule be imposed?
(A) 352 (B) 256
(C) 360 (D) 370
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5. Which one of the following has got most effective provisions towards the establishment of socio-economic justice in India?
(A) Fundamental Rights (B) Fundamental Duties
(C) Directive Principles of the State Policy (D) Preamble of the Constitution
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6. Indian constitution is–
(A) More rigid than American constitution
(B) More flexible than English constitution
(C) More rigid than both English and American constitutions
(D) More rigid than English constitution but flexible than American constitution
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7. Indian constitution was prepared in–
(A) 2 years and 11 months (B) 2 years and 18 months
(C) 2 years and 18 days (D) 2 years 11 months and 18 days
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8. Indian constitution after its completion was adopted by Constituent Assembly on–
(A) January 26, 1950 (B) November 26, 1949
(C) August 15, 1947 (D) October 2, 1948
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9. Which of the following is not included in the preamble to the Indian constitution?
(A) Justice social, economic and political
(B) Education to men, women and children
(C) Liberty of thought, expression, faith and worship
(D) To promote equality of status and opportunity to all
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10. The idea of Fundamental Rights was taken from–
(A) England (B) America
(C) Iran (D) Ancient India
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11. A society which is governed for the good of all, is called–
(A) Capitalist Society (B) Socialist Society
(C) Anarchy (D) Dictatorship
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12. Who accords recognition to a political party as a national party?
(A) President (B) Law Minister
(C) Lok Sabha Speaker (D) Election Commission
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13. Internationalism leads to–
(A) The interference by one nation in the matter of other nation
(B) The domination of a nation or a group of nations over other nations or a group of nations
(C) Useful co-operations among the nations
(D) Perpetual warfare among the nations
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14. Which of the following is the main obstacle in the way of development of Internationalism?
(A) Sovereignity of the state (B) Racial discrimination
(C) Imperialism and colonialism (D) All the above
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15. Of the following which is the main course for the progress of Internationalism in the world?
(A) Growing trade competition among the nations
(B) Race of supremacy among the nations
(C) Opposition to the establishment of world government
(D) Growing interdependence of the nation on one another in the field of education, trade and technology
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16. The 61st constitution (Amendment) Act 1989, relates to–
(A) The grant of special states to the Union Territory of Delhi
(B) Deletion of the right to property from the list of fundamental rights
(C) The establishment of autonomous District Council in Tripura
(D) The lowering of minimum voting age from 21 to 18
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17. The non-aligned group of State includes–
(A) Zimbabwe (B) South Africa
(C) Germany (D) France
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18. Which one of the following activities was common to both Sir Syed Ahmad Khan and Madan Mohan Malviya ?
(A) Opposition to the principles of rule of majority
(B) Supporting the continuance of the British rule in India
(C) Opposition to the policies of Indian National Congress
(D) Establishing education institutions for higher education
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19. Who among the following presides over the Rajya Sabha meetings?
(A) The Speaker (B) The President of India
(C) The Deputy Speaker (D) The Vice-President of India
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20. The Governor of a state is appointed by–
(A) The Chief Minister of the State (B) The President of India
(C) The Prime Minister (D) The Chief Justice of India
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