UPSC Indian Polity Objective Question & Answer

UPSC Indian Polity Objective Question and Answer

1. If it is desirable to establish a Presidential form of government in India, the foremost and immediate amendment has to be made affecting the–
(A) System of Judiciary (B) Composition of the Parliament
(C) Powers of the Executive (D) Provisions of the Fundamental Rights
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2. Any dispute regarding the violation of Fundamental Rights can be presented–
(A) In any court of the country (B) In the Supreme Court only
(C) In the High Court only (D) In either Supreme Court of High Court
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3. Who amongst the following can be removed without Parliament's resolution?
(A) Governor of a state (B) Any judge of the Supreme Court
(C) Any judge of a High Court (D) Chief Election Commissioner
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4. If a question asked by a Member of Parliament is a starred one, he will get–
(A) A written answer (B) An oral answer
(C) Answer in the Zero hour (D) No answer
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5. According to the provisions of the Constitution, which one of the following can be abolished?
(A) Legislative Assembly (B) Legislative Council
(C) Rajya Sabha (D) Lok Sabha
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6. Which of the following conditions is necessary to make party system successful?
(A) Political parties should be organised on caste basis
(B) Political parties should give more importance to the local problems than national issues
(C) Political parties should try to solve the economic and political problems
(D) Political parties should not allow the people to take active interest in the politics
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7. Ultimate object of a political party is–
(A) To contest election
(B) To expose the weakness of rival political parties
(C) To form and run their own government according to their own policies
(D) To increase their strength or membership
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8. Political equality means–
(A) Every citizen should be given political education
(B) Every citizen should be given a chance to work in the government turn by turn
(C) Every citizen should be given right to vote and contest election
(D) Every citizen should be a member of any political party
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9. Adult franchise is disadvantageous–
(A) If the people cast their votes in favour of those candidates who give them money
(B) If the votes caste their votes to the candidates belonging to their own castes or religion and not to the able candidates
(C) If the people caste their votes thought lessly
(D) In all the above cases
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10. Some articles of the Constitution of India were enforced even before 26th January, 1950, when were they enforced?
(A) December 24, 1949 (B) October 26, 1949
(C) November 26, 1949 (D) December 26, 1949
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11. For the Minority Representation, which of the following method is adopted?
(A) Proportional Representation System (B) Separate Electorate System
(C) Joint Electorate with Reservation of seats system (D) All the above
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12. Indian constitution, for the scheduled castes and scheduled tribes, provides–
(A) Separate Electorate System (B) Joint Electorate with reservation of seats System
(C) Cumulative Vote System (D) List System
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13. Separate Electorate was provided to the Sikh community in–
(A) 1909 (B) 1919
(C) 1935 (D) 1947
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14. Separate Electorate System in 1935, was provided to–
(A) The Muslims (B) The Sikhs
(C) The Hindus (D) The Anglo-Indians and the Indian Christians
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15. The first Indian appointed to the Viceroy's Council as an Advocate General of Bengal was–
(A) Surendra Nath Banerjee (B) Satyendra Prasanna Sinha
(C) Raja Ram Mohan Roy (D) Madan Mohan Malviya
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16. The Indian federation is similar to that of–
(A) United States of America (B) Switzerland
(C) Australia (D) Canada
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17. Which of the following agencies selects the officers of the All India Service?
(A) Home Ministry (B) National Defence Academy
(C) Union Public Service Commission (D) National Development Committee
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18. Which of the following persons we associated with the promotion of local self-government in India?
(A) Minto (B) Morley
(C) Ripon (D) Wavel
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19. Who is the head of the State in India?
(A) The President (B) The Prime Minister
(C) The Parliament (D) The Queen of England
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20. A state of emergency can be declared in India by–
(A) The Prime Minister (B) The President
(C) The Parliament (D) The Government of a State
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