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1.​​ In​​ which​​ year​​ Constituent​​ Assembly​​ was​​ formed​​ in​​ India?

   ​​ (a)​​ 1945   ​​  ​​   (b)​​ 1946        ​​ (c)​​ 1947       ​​ (d)​​ 1948

 

2.​​ In​​ which​​ year​​ the​​ Indian​​ Independence​​ Act​​ was​​ passed?

   ​​ (a)​​ 1945      ​​ (b)​​ 1946  ​​  ​​   (c)​​ 1947   ​​   ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

3.​​ Who,​​ among​​ the​​ following​​ was​​ the​​ 'Father​​ of​​ the​​ Indian​​ Con­stitution'?

   ​​ (a)​​ Dr​​ Rajendra​​ Prasad         (b)​​ Dr​​ B.​​ R.​​ Ambedkar       ​​ (c)​​ Mr​​ J.​​ L.​​ Nehru       ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

4.​​ In​​ which​​ year​​ the​​ Indian​​ Constitution​​ was​​ adopted​​ by​​ the​​ Constitu­ent​​ Assembly?

   ​​ (a)​​ 1947       ​​ (b)​​ 1948        (c)​​ 1949    ​​   ​​ (d)​​ 1950

 

5.​​ The​​ Preamble​​ of​​ the​​ original​​ Indian​​ Constitution​​ contained​​ :

   ​​ (a)​​ Sovereign​​ Socialist​​ Republic        (b)​​ the​​ Sovereign​​ Democratic​​ Republic

   ​​ (c)​​ Sovereign​​ Secular​​ Republic         ​​ (d)​​ Sovereign​​ Socialist​​ Secular​​ Democratic​​ Republic

 

6.​​ Within​​ which​​ article​​ The​​ Preamble​​ of​​ Indian​​ Constitution​​ has​​ been​​ discussed?

   ​​ (a)​​ Article​​ 1​​   ​​   ​​ (b)​​ Article​​ 1-2  ​​  ​​  ​​  ​​ (c)​​ Article​​ 1-3​​  ​​  ​​    (d)​​ None

 

7.​​ On​​ the​​ basis​​ of​​ which​​ Article​​ new​​ State​​ can​​ be​​ created​​ in​​ India?

   ​​ (a)​​ Article​​ 1  ​​  ​​  ​​   (b)​​ Article​​ 3  ​​  ​​  ​​  ​​ (c)​​ Art.​​ 5  ​​  ​​  ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

8.​​ Who,​​ among​​ the​​ following​​ is​​ not​​ associated​​ with​​ Parliament?

   ​​ (a)​​ Lok​​ Sabha​​ members      ​​ (b)​​ Rajya​​ Sabha​​ members   

   ​​ (c)​​ President​​ of​​ India           (d)​​ Members​​ of​​ State​​ Legislatures

 

9.​​ The​​ idea​​ of​​ incorporating​​ Fundamental​​ Rights​​ in​​ the​​ Indian​​ Constitution​​ has​​ been​​ borrowed​​ from:

    (a)​​ American​​ Constitution   ​​   ​​ (b)​​ British​​ Constitution      ​​ (c)​​ Soviet​​ Constitution  ​​  ​​  ​​ (d)​​ Irish​​ Constitution

 

10.​​ On​​ the​​ basis​​ of​​ Constitution​​ the​​ Ultimate​​ Source​​ of​​ power​​ in​​ India​​ is:

     ​​ (a)​​ Parliament        ​​ (b)​​ Union​​ Government        (c)​​ People      ​​ (d)​​ None

 

11.​​ On​​ the​​ basis​​ of​​ Constitution,​​ India​​ has​​ been​​ declared​​ as​​ an:

     ​​ (a)​​ Federal​​ Country      ​​ (b)​​ Quasi-Federal​​ Country      ​​ (c)​​ Unitary​​ Country       (d)​​ Union​​ of​​ States

 

12.​​ How​​ many​​ types​​ of​​ Fundamental​​ Rights​​ were​​ included​​ in​​ the​​ original​​ Constitution​​ of​​ India?

     ​​ (a)​​ Eight ​​  ​​  ​​   (b)​​ Seven  ​​   ​​  ​​ (c)​​ Six       ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

13.​​ Which​​ one​​ of​​ the​​ following​​ rights​​ is​​ considered​​ most​​ important​​ for​​ the​​ Indians?

     ​​ (a)​​ Right​​ to​​ Equality   ​​  ​​  ​​ (b)​​ Right​​ to​​ Freedom        (c)​​ Right​​ to​​ Constitutional​​ Remedies      ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

14.​​ Which​​ chapter​​ was​​ incorporated​​ in​​ the​​ Indian​​ Constitution​​ through​​ Amendment?

     ​​ (a)​​ Fundamental​​ Rights        (b)​​ Fundamental​​ Duties  ​​  ​​   

     ​​ (c)​​ Directive​​ Principles​​ of​​ State​​ Policy     ​​ (d)​​ Preamble

 

15.​​ Which​​ one​​ of​​ the​​ following​​ is​​ justiciable​​ :​​ (in​​ Court​​ of​​ Law)

      (a)​​ Fundamental​​ Rights       ​​ (b)​​ Preamble       ​​ (c)​​ Directive​​ Principles      ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

16.​​ Which​​ is​​ against​​ the​​ federal​​ feature​​ in​​ the​​ Indian​​ constitution?

     ​​ (a)​​ The​​ existence​​ of​​ Union​​ and​​ State​​ Governments

     ​​ (b)​​ The​​ existence​​ of​​ a​​ written​​ Constitution

      (c)​​ Provision​​ to​​ have​​ Single​​ citizenship​​ norm​​ for​​ people

     ​​ (d)​​ Universal​​ adult​​ Franchise​​ to​​ form​​ Union/State​​ Governments.

 

17.​​ Which​​ one​​ of​​ the​​ following​​ parts​​ of​​ the​​ Indian​​ Constitution​​ deals​​ with​​ Fundamental​​ Rights​​ enjoyable​​ by​​ Indian​​ citizens?

     ​​ (a)​​ Part​​ II        (b)​​ Part​​ III        ​​ (c)​​ Part​​ IV        ​​ (d)​​ Part​​ IVA

 

18.​​ Which​​ Article​​ has​​ stated​​ Equality​​ before​​ the​​ law​​ for​​ all​​ the​​ citi­zens​​ of​​ India?

      (a)​​ Article​​ 14      ​​ (b)​​ Article​​ 17       ​​ (c)​​ Article​​ 19      ​​ (d)​​ Article​​ 22

 

19.​​ The​​ word​​ 'State'​​ on​​ the​​ basis​​ of​​ Indian​​ Constitution​​ refers​​ to​​ the​​ territory​​ controlled​​ by:

     ​​ (a)​​ The​​ Union​​ Government  ​​  ​​   ​​ (b)​​ State​​ Government      

      (c)​​ Either​​ or​​ both​​ Union​​ and​​ State​​ Governments       ​​ (d)​​ None

 

20.​​ Which​​ one​​ of​​ the​​ following​​ Chapters​​ of​​ Indian​​ Constitution​​ has​​ been​​ considered​​ as​​ '​​ Soul​​ of​​ the​​ Constitution'​​ by​​ experts:

      (a)​​ Preamble       ​​ (b)​​ Directive​​ Principles       ​​ (c)​​ Fundamental​​ Rights      ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

21.​​ Which​​ one​​ of​​ the​​ following​​ authorities​​ may​​ not​​ remain​​ associated​​ with​​ the​​ Creation​​ of​​ a​​ new​​ State​​ in​​ India?

     ​​ (a)​​ President​​ of​​ India  ​​  ​​   ​​ (b)​​ Lok​​ Sabha​​   ​​    ​​ (c)​​ Rajya​​ Sabha 

      (d)​​ Bidhan​​ Sabha​​ of​​ the​​ concerned​​ State(s)​​ from​​ which​​ new​​ state​​ is​​ to​​ be​​ created​​ by​​ altering​​ the​​ boundaries

 

22.​​ Which​​ one​​ of​​ the​​ following​​ issues​​ have​​ not​​ been​​ directed​​ to​​ be​​ materialized​​ in​​ the​​ Directive​​ Principles​​ of​​ State​​ Policy?

     ​​ (a)​​ Organization​​ of​​ Village​​ Panchayats

     ​​ (b)​​ Uniform​​ Civil​​ Code​​ for​​ the​​ citizens​​ of​​ India

     ​​ (c)​​ Separation​​ of​​ Judiciary​​ from​​ Execu­tive​​ Department

      (d)​​ Development​​ of​​ scientific​​ temper​​ and​​ humanism​​ among​​ the​​ citizens​​ of​​ India.

 

23.​​ What​​ is​​ the​​ minimum​​ age​​ to​​ become​​ President​​ of​​ India

     ​​ (a)​​ 10​​ Years          (b)​​ 35​​ Years  ​​  ​​   ​​ (c)​​ 40​​ Years​​  ​​   ​​  ​​ (d)​​ 45​​ years​​ None​​ of​​ these,​​ (b)​​ 35​​ Years

 

24.​​ President​​ of​​ India​​ is​​ elected​​ by:

     ​​ (a)​​ Members​​ of​​ Parliament

     ​​ (b)​​ Elected​​ Members​​ of​​ the​​ Parliament

      (c)​​ Elected​​ members​​ of​​ the​​ Parliament​​ and​​ Elected​​ members​​ of​​ the​​ State​​ Legislatures

     ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

25.​​ What​​ may​​ be​​ a​​ maximum​​ number​​ of​​ nominated​​ members​​ in​​ Parliament?

     ​​ (a)​​ 2      ​​ (b)​​ 10       (c)​​ 14      ​​ (d)​​ 22

 

26.​​ Vice​​ President​​ of​​ India​​ elected​​ by:

      (a)​​ Members​​ of​​ the​​ Parliament       ​​ (b)​​ Members​​ of​​ the​​ Parliament​​ and​​ State​​ Legislature

     ​​ (c)​​ Members​​ of​​ Lok​​ Sabha​​ and​​ Vidhan​​ Sabha       ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

27.​​ The​​ Chief​​ function​​ of​​ the​​ Vice​​ President​​ of​​ India​​ is​​ to:

     ​​ (a)​​ Assist​​ the​​ President       (b)​​ Work​​ as​​ the​​ Chairman​​ of​​ Rajya​​ Sabha

     ​​ (c)​​ coordinate​​ various​​ departments​​ of​​ the​​ Union​​ Government     ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

28.​​ The​​ other​​ name​​ of​​ Rajya​​ Sabha​​ is​​ not:

     ​​ (a)​​ Second​​ Chamber       ​​ (b)​​ Upper​​ Chamber       ​​ (c)​​ House​​ of​​ the​​ Elders        (d)​​ Final​​ Chamber

 

29.​​ What​​ should​​ be​​ the​​ minimum​​ age​​ to​​ become​​ a​​ Rajya​​ Sabha​​ member?

     ​​ (a)​​ 25​​ Years ​​  ​​    (b)​​ 30​​ Years  ​​  ​​   ​​ (c)​​ 35​​ Years ​​  ​​   ​​ (d)​​ None

 

30.​​ What​​ is​​ the​​ minimum​​ age​​ for​​ members​​ of​​ Lok​​ Sabha​​ (House​​ of​​ people):

     ​​ (a)​​ 20​​ Years         (b)​​ 25​​ years ​​  ​​  ​​   ​​ (c)​​ 30​​ years ​​  ​​   ​​ (d)​​ None

 

31.​​ The​​ term​​ of​​ Office​​ of​​ a​​ President​​ of​​ India​​ is​​ five​​ years​​ from​​ :

     ​​ (a)​​ Day​​ of​​ election ​​  ​​  ​​  ​​ (b)​​ Day​​ of​​ publication​​ of​​ election​​ result

      (c)​​ Day​​ of​​ taking​​ oath​​ of​​ office   ​​  ​​  ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

32.​​ What​​ can​​ be​​ the​​ maximum​​ tenure​​ of​​ a​​ particular​​ Lok​​ Sabha?

      (a)​​ 5​​ years  ​​  ​​  ​​ (b)​​ 6​​ years  ​​  ​​   ​​ (c)​​ 7​​ years​​   ​​   ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

33.​​ For​​ what​​ period​​ a​​ member​​ of​​ Council​​ of​​ State​​ is​​ elected?

     ​​ (a)​​ 5​​ years    ​​    (b)​​ 6​​ years  ​​  ​​   ​​ (c)​​ 7​​ years​​  ​​  ​​   ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

34.​​ Who​​ is​​ entitled​​ to​​ dissolve​​ the​​ House​​ of​​ People?

      (a)​​ President​​ of​​ India       ​​ (b)​​ Union​​ Council​​ of​​ Ministers

     ​​ (c)​​ Supreme​​ Court​​ of​​ India ​​    ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

35.​​ What​​ can​​ be​​ the​​ maximum​​ number​​ of​​ the​​ Parliament?

     ​​ (a)​​ 500      ​​ (b)​​ 600      ​​ (c)​​ 700        (d)​​ 800

 

36.​​ A​​ President​​ willing​​ to​​ resign​​ will​​ have​​ to​​ send​​ Letter​​ of​​ resig­nation​​ to​​ the:

      (a)​​ Vice​​ President       ​​ (b)​​ Prime​​ Minister       ​​ (c)​​ Chief​​ Justice      ​​ (d)​​ None

 

37.​​ Who,​​ among​​ the​​ following,​​ is​​ not​​ a​​ member​​ of​​ the​​ Parliament?

     ​​ (a)​​ Speaker​​ of​​ Lok​​ Sabha       (b)​​ Chairman​​ of​​ Rajya​​ Sabha

     ​​ (c)​​ Deputy​​ Speaker​​ of​​ Lok​​ Sabha       ​​ (d)​​ Deputy​​ Chairman​​ of​​ Rajya​​ Sabha

 

38.​​ Which​​ one​​ of​​ the​​ following​​ Articles​​ of​​ the​​ Indian​​ Constitution​​ has​​ stated​​ that​​ 'There​​ shall​​ be​​ a​​ Vice-President​​ of​​ India'?

     ​​ (a)​​ Article​​ 52       (b)​​ Article​​ 63       ​​ (c)​​ Article​​ 64       ​​ (d)​​ Article​​ 74

 

39.​​ Who​​ may​​ hold​​ office​​ without​​ being​​ elected?

     ​​ (a)​​ President       ​​ (b)​​ Vice-President        (c)​​ Prime​​ Minister      ​​ (d)​​ None

 

40.​​ From​​ the​​ end​​ of​​ a​​ session​​ of​​ Parliament,​​ the​​ next​​ session​​ is​​ to​​ be​​ arranged​​ within​​ a​​ period​​ of:

     ​​ (a)​​ 3​​ months ​​   ​​  ​​ (b)​​ 4​​ months   ​​   ​​ (c)​​ 5​​ months        (d)​​ 6​​ months

 

41.​​ Who​​ is​​ entitled​​ to​​ summon​​ or​​ prorogue​​ session​​ of​​ Parliament:

     ​​ (a)​​ Speaker​​ of​​ Lok​​ Sabha​​ and​​ Chairman​​ of​​ Rajya​​ Sabha    ​​   (b)​​ The​​ President​​ of​​ India

 ​​  ​​  ​​ (c)​​ The​​ Prime​​ Minister ​​  ​​  ​​  ​​ (d)​​ None

 

42.​​ The​​ person​​ entitled​​ to​​ work​​ as​​ the​​ Chairman​​ of​​ a​​ Joint​​ Session​​ of​​ Parliament​​ is:

     ​​ (a)​​ The​​ President    ​​  ​​ (b)​​ The​​ Prime​​ Minister

      (c)​​ The​​ Speaker​​ of​​ Lok​​ Sabha      ​​ (d)​​ The​​ Chairman​​ of​​ Rajya​​ Sabha

 

43.​​ The​​ salaries​​ and​​ perquisites​​ of​​ the​​ President​​ of​​ India​​ are​​ determined​​ by​​ the:

     ​​ (a)​​ Union​​ Cabinet      ​​ (b)​​ Union​​ Council​​ of​​ Ministers      (c)​​ Parliament     ​​ (d)​​ Supreme​​ Court​​ of​​ India

 

44.​​ Any​​ dispute​​ regarding​​ the​​ election​​ of​​ President​​ of​​ India​​ is​​ decided​​ by:

     ​​ (a)​​ The​​ Parliament        (b)​​ The​​ Supreme​​ Court       ​​ (c)​​ Any​​ High​​ Court      ​​ (d)​​ Delhi​​ High​​ Court

 

45.​​ Within​​ what​​ time​​ period​​ the​​ Rajya​​ Sabha​​ is​​ to​​ decide​​ on​​ a​​ Money​​ Bill?

      (a)​​ Two​​ weeks       ​​ (b)​​ one​​ month      ​​ (c)​​ 2​​ months       ​​ (d)​​ None

 

46.​​ A​​ Non-Money​​ Bill​​ is​​ required​​ to​​ be​​ initiated/introduced​​ in:

     ​​ (a)​​ Lok​​ Sabha       ​​ (b)​​ Rajya​​ Sabha        (c)​​ Either​​ Lok​​ Sabha​​ or​​ Rajya​​ Sabha ​​  ​​   ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

47.​​ Who​​ is​​ entitled​​ to​​ decide​​ whether​​ a​​ Bill​​ is​​ Money​​ Bill​​ or​​ not?

     ​​ (a)​​ Union​​ Cabinet       ​​ (b)​​ Finance​​ Minister        (c)​​ Speaker​​ of​​ Lok​​ Sabha      ​​ (d)​​ Any​​ High​​ Court

 

48.​​ A​​ Bill​​ passed​​ by​​ the​​ Parliament​​ become​​ a​​ Law​​ only​​ after​​ having​​ assent​​ from​​ the:

     ​​ (a)​​ Union​​ Law​​ Minister      ​​ (b)​​ Chief​​ Justice​​ of​​ India

      (c)​​ President​​ of​​ India      ​​ (d)​​ Members​​ of​​ the​​ Union​​ Cabinet

 

49.​​ Proceedings​​ in​​ either​​ House​​ of​​ the​​ Parliament​​ may​​ be​​ inquired​​ by:

     ​​ (a)​​ Supreme​​ Court      ​​ (b)​​ Delhi​​ High​​ Court     ​​ (c)​​ Any​​ High​​ Court      (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

50.​​ An​​ Ordinance​​ promulgated​​ by​​ President​​ remains​​ in​​ force​​ up​​ to:

     ​​ (a)​​ Three​​ months       (b)​​ Six​​ months      ​​ (c)​​ One​​ year        ​​ (d)​​ None

 

51.​​ A​​ member​​ of​​ the​​ Parliament​​ may​​ deliver​​ his/her​​ speech​​ in​​ the​​ House​​ in:

     ​​ (a)​​ Either​​ English​​ or​​ Hindi  ​​  ​​   ​​ (b)​​ Any​​ of​​ the​​ 22​​ Languages​​ listed​​ in​​ the​​ 8th​​ Schedule​​ of​​ Indian​​ Constitution

     ​​ (c)​​ Any​​ language      ​​  ​​             (d)​​ All​​ of​​ these

 

52.​​ The​​ age​​ of​​ retirement​​ of​​ a​​ Supreme​​ Court​​ Judge​​ is:

     ​​ (a)​​ 60​​ years   ​​  ​​  ​​ (b)​​ 62​​ years       (c)​​ 65​​ years      ​​ (d)​​ 70​​ years

 

53.​​ A​​ Judge​​ of​​ the​​ Supreme​​ Court​​ may​​ be​​ removed​​ by​​ the:

     ​​ (a)​​ President​​  ​​   ​​  ​​ (b)​​ Union​​ Cabinet ​​  ​​  ​​   (c)​​ Parliament   ​​  ​​ (d)​​ None

 

54.​​ How​​ many​​ maximum​​ numbers​​ of​​ States​​ may​​ remain​​ within​​ the​​ legal​​ jurisdiction​​ of​​ a​​ Particular​​ High​​ Court?

     ​​ (a)​​ One​​  ​​     ​​ (b)​​ Two   ​​   ​​ (c)​​ Three​​  ​​      (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

55.​​ How​​ many​​ maximum​​ numbers​​ of​​ Ad-hoc​​ Judges​​ may​​ be​​ appointed?

     ​​ (a)​​ 5   ​​   ​​ (b)​​ 10      ​​ (c)​​ 15       (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

56.​​ Which​​ one​​ of​​ the​​ following​​ types​​ of​​ disputes​​ cannot​​ be​​ ini­tiated​​ in​​ the​​ Supreme​​ Court​​ of​​ India​​ for​​ adjudication?

     ​​ (a)​​ The​​ dispute​​ between​​ Union​​ Government​​ and​​ any​​ State

     ​​ (b)​​ The​​ dispute​​ between​​ two​​ States​​ or​​ among​​ a​​ number​​ of​​ States

      (c)​​ The​​ dispute​​ between​​ a​​ State​​ and​​ an​​ ordinary​​ citizen

     ​​ (d)​​ All​​ the​​ above​​ types​​ of​​ cases​​ may​​ be​​ filed​​ in​​ Supreme​​ Court

 

57.​​ Under​​ which​​ Article​​ Comptroller​​ and​​ Auditor​​ General​​ of​​ India​​ is​​ appointed?

     ​​ (a)​​ Article​​ 124       ​​ (b)​​ Article​​ 141        (c)​​ Article​​ 148      ​​ (d)​​ Article​​ 153

 

58.​​ Members​​ of​​ Council​​ of​​ Ministers​​ of​​ a​​ State​​ is​​ appointed​​ by:

     ​​ (a)​​ Chief​​ Minister        (b)​​ Governor       ​​ (c)​​ Chief​​ Justice​​ of​​ High​​ Court​​ of​​ the​​ State     ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these.

 

59.​​ For​​ what​​ maximum​​ period​​ a​​ non-member​​ of​​ State​​ Legislature​​ is​​ entitled​​ to​​ work​​ as​​ a​​ member​​ of​​ Council​​ of​​ Minister​​ of​​ a​​ State?​​ :

     ​​ (a)​​ 3​​ Months ​​  ​​  ​​    (b)​​ 6​​ months   ​​  ​​   ​​ (c)​​ 1​​ year​​  ​​  ​​  ​​  ​​ (d)​​ None

 

60.​​ What​​ may​​ be​​ the​​ maximum​​ number​​ of​​ Seats​​ in​​ the​​ Vidhan​​ Sabha​​ of​​ a​​ State​​ of​​ India?

     ​​ (a)​​ 200         ​​ (b)​​ 300        ​​ (c)​​ 400         (d)​​ 500

 

61.​​ Which​​ one​​ of​​ the​​ following​​ organizations​​ may​​ take​​ final​​ decision​​ to​​ abolish​​ Legislative​​ Council​​ of​​ a​​ State?

     ​​ (a)​​ Governor​​ of​​ the​​ State      ​​ (b)​​ Joint​​ session​​ of​​ Vidhan​​ Sabha​​ and​​ Bidhan​​ Parisad​​ of​​ the​​ State

     ​​ (c)​​ The​​ State​​ Council​​ of​​ Ministers        (d)​​ The​​ Parliament

 

62.​​ Which​​ one​​ of​​ the​​ following​​ Union​​ Territories​​ of​​ India​​ has​​ got​​ a​​ Legislative​​ Assembly?

     ​​ (a)​​ Andaman​​ &​​ Nicobar​​ Islands       (b)​​ Pondicherry  ​​  ​​  ​​ (c)​​ Chandigarh     ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

63.​​ What​​ are​​ the​​ minimum​​ and​​ maximum​​ range​​ of​​ population​​ re­quirement​​ for​​ the​​ creation​​ of​​ a​​ State​​ in​​ India?

     ​​ (a)​​ 5​​ lakh​​ -​​ 5​​ Crore      ​​ (b)​​ 5​​ lakh​​ -​​ 10​​ crore      ​​ (c)​​ 10​​ lakh​​ -​​ 15​​ crore       (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these.

 

64.​​ Maximum​​ Life​​ Span​​ of​​ a​​ Legislative​​ Assembly​​ may​​ be:

     ​​ (a)​​ 5​​ years        (b)​​ 6​​ years      ​​ (c)​​ 7​​ years      ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

65.​​ Governor​​ of​​ a​​ State​​ is​​ not​​ required​​ to​​ address​​ the​​ members​​ of​​ State​​ Legislature​​ at​​ the​​ commencement​​ of​​ session​​ at:

     ​​ (a)​​ The​​ first​​ session​​ of​​ each​​ general​​ election​​ for​​ the​​ State        ​​ (b)​​ The​​ first​​ session​​ of​​ each​​ year

      (c)​​ Each​​ Monsoon​​ Session ​​        ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

66.​​ Advocate​​ General​​ of​​ a​​ State​​ is​​ appointed​​ by​​ the:

     ​​ (a)​​ Law​​ Minister​​ of​​ the​​ State  ​​  ​​   ​​ (b)​​ Chief​​ Minister​​ of​​ the​​ Slate

      (c)​​ Governor​​ of​​ the​​ State     ​​ (d)​​ President​​ of​​ India

 

67.​​ The​​ Official​​ language​​ of​​ a​​ High​​ Court​​ of​​ an​​ Indian​​ State​​ is:

      (a)​​ English​​ only       ​​ (b)​​ Both​​ English​​ and​​ Hindi

     ​​ (c)​​ English,​​ Hindi​​ and​​ the​​ language(s)​​ of​​ the​​ State       ​​ (d)​​ None

 

68.​​ District​​ Judges​​ of​​ a​​ State​​ of​​ India​​ are​​ appointed​​ by​​ the:

     ​​ (a)​​ Chief​​ Justice​​ of​​ the​​ concerned​​ High​​ Court       (b)​​ Governor​​ of​​ the​​ concerned​​ State

     ​​ (c)​​ Union​​ Law​​ Minister        ​​ (d)​​ President​​ of​​ India.

 

69.​​ Who​​ among​​ the​​ following,​​ is​​ not​​ entitled​​ to​​ become​​ appointed​​ as​​ a​​ judge​​ of​​ the​​ Supreme​​ Court​​ of​​ India?

     ​​ (a)​​ Persons​​ having​​ the​​ experience​​ of​​ at​​ least​​ 5​​ years​​ as​​ a​​ Judge​​ of​​ one​​ or​​ more​​ High​​ Courts

     ​​ (b)​​ A​​ person​​ having​​ experience​​ of​​ 10​​ years​​ as​​ an​​ advocate​​ of​​ one​​ or​​ more​​ High​​ Courts

     ​​ (c)​​ A​​ 'distinguished​​ jurist' ​​ in​​ the​​ opinion​​ of​​ the​​ President

      (d)​​ An​​ efficient​​ Officer​​ of​​ the​​ Law​​ Ministry​​ of​​ India

 

70.​​ Who,​​ among​​ the​​ following​​ is​​ not​​ entitled​​ to​​ become​​ appointed​​ as​​ a​​ judge​​ of​​ a​​ High​​ Court​​ in​​ India?

     ​​ (a)​​ A​​ person​​ having​​ at​​ least​​ 10​​ years​​ experience​​ as​​ Judicial​​ Officer​​ in​​ India

     ​​ (b)​​ A​​ person​​ having​​ at​​ least​​ 10​​ years​​ experience​​ as​​ Advocate​​ in​​ one​​ or​​ more​​ High​​ Court

      (c)​​ A​​ 'Distinguished​​ Jurist'​​ in​​ the​​ opinion​​ of​​ the​​ Governor​​ of​​ the​​ State

  ​​   ​​ (d)​​ None

 

71.​​ Under​​ which​​ Article​​ of​​ the​​ Constitution​​ a​​ High​​ Court​​ of​​ India​​ is​​ empowered​​ to​​ issue​​ writs​​ in​​ the​​ form​​ of​​ orders/directions​​ upon​​ the​​ Governmental​​ authorities​​ of​​ Union​​ /​​ State​​ Government?

     ​​ (a)​​ Article​​ 214       (b)​​ Article​​ 226      ​​ (c)​​ Article​​ 239     ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

72.​​ Who,​​ among​​ the​​ following​​ is​​ the​​ Chief​​ Executive​​ of​​ the​​ Union​​ Territories​​ of​​ India?

     ​​ (a)​​ Prime​​ Minister  ​​  ​​   (b)​​ President  ​​  ​​   ​​ (c)​​ Lt.​​ Governor       ​​ (d)​​ None

 

73.​​ The​​ areas​​ of​​ activities​​ which​​ have​​ not​​ been​​ kept​​ listed​​ in​​ Union​​ List,​​ State​​ List​​ or​​ Concurrent​​ List​​ are​​ done​​ by:

      (a)​​ Union​​ Government       ​​ (b)​​ State​​ Governments

     ​​ (c)​​ Jointly​​ by​​ Union​​ and​​ State​​ Governments    ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

74.​​ Consolidated​​ Fund​​ and​​ Contingency​​ Fund​​ of​​ the​​ Union​​ Government​​ of​​ India​​ are​​ controlled​​ by​​ the:

      (a)​​ The​​ President      ​​ (b)​​ The​​ Prime​​ Minister     ​​ (c)​​ Union​​ Finance​​ Minister​​    ​​ (d)​​ Reserve​​ Bank​​ of​​ India

 

75.​​ Salaries​​ of​​ the​​ Judges​​ of​​ the​​ Supreme​​ Court​​ of​​ India​​ are​​ disbursed​​ from​​ :

      (a)​​ Consolidated​​ Fund  ​​     ​​ (b)​​ Contingency​​ Fund       ​​ (c)​​ General​​ Fund  ​​  ​​   ​​ (d)​​ Reserve​​ Fund.

 

76.​​ For​​ what​​ period​​ a​​ Finance​​ Commission​​ of​​ India​​ is​​ constituted?

     ​​ (a)​​ 4​​ years       (b)​​ 5​​ years  ​​   ​​ (c)​​ 6​​ years     ​​ (d)​​ None

 

77.​​ The​​ members​​ of​​ a​​ Joint​​ Public​​ Service​​ Commission​​ constituted​​ to​​ recruit​​ employees​​ for​​ a​​ number​​ of​​ States​​ are​​ appointed​​ by

     ​​ (a)​​ The​​ Prime​​ Minister        (b)​​ The​​ President

     ​​ (c)​​ Governors​​ of​​ the​​ concerned​​ States       ​​ (d)​​ Union​​ Human​​ Resources​​ Minister.

 

78.​​ Which​​ Election​​ is​​ not​​ conducted​​ by​​ the​​ Election​​ Commission​​ of​​ India?

     ​​ (a)​​ President​​ &​​ Vice-​​ President       ​​ (b)​​ Parliament

     ​​ (c)​​ State​​ Legislature  ​​  ​​     (d)​​ Panchayets​​ &​​ Municipalities

 

79.​​ For​​ what​​ period​​ an​​ Election​​ Commissioner​​ is​​ appointed?

     ​​ (a)​​ 5​​ years       ​​ (b)​​ 6​​ years       ​​ (c)​​ 10​​ years      (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

80.​​ On​​ the​​ basis​​ of​​ which​​ Article​​ of​​ the​​ Constitution,​​ the​​ Election​​ Commission​​ of​​ India​​ is/was​​ constituted?

     ​​ (a)​​ Article ​​ 315  ​​    (b)​​ Article​​ 324       ​​ (c)​​ Article​​ 343   ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ These

 

81.​​ Who​​ is​​ the​​ final​​ authority​​ to​​ impose​​ emergency​​ in​​ India?

      (a)​​ The​​ President      ​​ (b)​​ The​​ Prime​​ Minister       ​​ (c)​​ The​​ Parliament      ​​ (d)​​ The​​ Union​​ Council​​ of​​ Ministers

 

82.​​ Which​​ one​​ of​​ the​​ following​​ Articles​​ has​​ not​​ been​​ imposed​​ in​​ India​​ during​​ the​​ past​​ period​​ since​​ Independence?

     ​​ (a)​​ Article​​ 352      ​​ (b)​​ Article​​ 356        (c)​​ Article​​ 360      ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

83.​​ During​​ the​​ period​​ of​​ the​​ imposition​​ of​​ articles​​ the​​ salaries​​ and​​ privileges​​ of​​ Government​​ employees​​ can​​ be​​ reduced​​ by​​ the​​ Government:

     ​​ (a)​​ Article​​ 352       (b)​​ Article​​ 360       ​​ (c)​​ Article​​ 368      ​​ (d)​​ None

 

84.​​ Article​​ 352​​ can​​ be​​ imposed​​ only​​ when​​ India​​ or​​ part​​ of​​ India​​ a​​ situation​​ of:

     ​​ (a)​​ War​​ or​​ external​​ aggression      ​​ (b)​​ Armed​​ rebellion 

     ​​ (c)​​ Imminent​​ possibilities​​ of​​ war​​ or​​ aggression​​ or​​ rebellion

 ​​  ​​   (d)​​ During​​ all​​ the​​ above-noted​​ situations.

 

85.​​ Article​​ 356​​ imposed​​ in​​ a​​ State​​ remains​​ in​​ force​​ for​​ a​​ maximum​​ period​​ of​​ ........​​ without​​ the​​ approval​​ of​​ the​​ Parliament?

     ​​ (a)​​ One​​ month        (b)​​ Two​​ months        ​​ (c)​​ Six​​ months       ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

86.​​ Under​​ which​​ Article​​ of​​ the​​ Constitution,​​ the​​ Union​​ Govern­ment​​ has​​ got​​ a​​ duty​​ to​​ protect​​ any​​ State​​ against​​ external​​ aggres­sion​​ and​​ internal​​ disturbances?

     ​​ (a)​​ Article​​ 353        (b)​​ Article​​ 355       ​​ (c)​​ Article​​ 357       ​​ (d)​​ Article​​ 358

 

87.​​ The​​ procedure​​ of​​ Amendment​​ of​​ Indian​​ Constitution​​ may​​ be​​ considered​​ as:

     ​​ (a)​​ Fully​​ rigid        ​​ (b)​​ Fully​​ flexible         (c)​​ Partly​​ rigid​​ and​​ partly​​ flexible        ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

88.​​ How​​ many​​ States​​ of​​ India​​ has​​ got​​ separate​​ Constitution

      (a)​​ One      ​​ (b)​​ Three​​  ​​  ​​  ​​ (c)​​ Five​​   ​​    ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

89.​​ Around​​ how​​ many​​ Articles​​ are​​ there​​ in​​ the​​ Constitution​​ of​​ India​​ :

     ​​ (a)​​ 200        ​​ (b)300          (c)​​ 400      ​​ (d)​​ 500

 

90.​​ How​​ many​​ Schedules​​ were​​ there​​ in​​ the​​ Original​​ Indian​​ Constitution​​ as​​ was​​ enforced​​ in​​ 1950?

      (a)​​ 8       ​​ (b)​​ 9      ​​ (c)​​ 10       ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

91.​​ Which​​ one​​ of​​ the​​ following​​ has​​ not​​ been​​ correctly​​ matched?

     ​​ (a)​​ 1st​​ Schedule:​​ Territorial​​ boundaries​​ of​​ States​​ &​​ U.Ts.

     ​​ (b)​​ 2nd​​ Schedule:​​ Salaries​​ etc.​​ of​​ High​​ Officials​​ of​​ India

     ​​ (c)​​ 3rd​​ schedule:​​ Various​​ forms​​ for​​ oath​​ or​​ affirmation

     ​​ (d)​​ 4th​​ Schedule:​​ Allocation​​ of​​ seats​​ for​​ States​​ in​​ Lok​​ Sabha

 

92.​​ Which​​ one​​ of​​ the​​ following​​ Schedules​​ contains​​ Union​​ List,​​ State​​ List​​ and​​ Concurrent​​ List​​ relating​​ to​​ areas​​ of​​ powers​​ enjoyable​​ by​​ the​​ Union​​ Government​​ and​​ State​​ Governments?

     ​​ (a)​​ 5th​​ Schedule       ​​ (b)​​ 6th​​ Schedule         (c)​​ 7th​​ Schedule      ​​ (d)​​ 8th​​ Schedule

 

93.​​ What​​ portion,​​ in​​ minimum​​ can​​ legally​​ form​​ a​​ new​​ group​​ through​​ defection​​ in​​ any​​ House​​ of​​ Parliament/State​​ Legislature​​ from​​ the​​ total​​ number​​ of​​ members​​ belonging​​ to​​ a​​ Political​​ party:

      (a)​​ One-third       ​​ (b)​​ half       ​​ (c)​​ two-thirds      ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

94.​​ Which​​ one​​ of​​ the​​ following​​ Constitutional​​ Amendment​​ Act​​ has​​ been​​ considered​​ as​​ 'Mini​​ Constitution'​​ by​​ the​​ critics?

      (a)​​ 42nd  ​​  ​​   ​​  ​​ (b)​​ 44th        ​​ (c)​​ 61st    ​​  ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these.

 

95.​​ Which​​ one​​ of​​ the​​ following​​ languages​​ has​​ been​​ placed​​ under​​ 8th​​ Schedule​​ of​​ the​​ Indian​​ Constitution?

     ​​ (a)​​ English  ​​  ​​  ​​  ​​ (b)​​ Arabic    ​​  ​​   (c)​​ Sindhi   ​​  ​​  ​​ (d)​​ Pali

 

96.​​ Which​​ one​​ of​​ the​​ following​​ areas​​ of​​ activities​​ are​​ not​​ within​​ the​​ List​​ -​​ I​​ i.e.​​ The​​ Union​​ List?

     ​​ (a)​​ Post​​ Office​​ Savings​​ Bank       ​​ (b)​​ Stock​​ Exchanges       ​​ (c)​​ Sea​​ fishing        (d)​​ Public​​ Health​​ and​​ sanitation.

 

97.​​ Protection​​ of​​ wild​​ animals​​ and​​ birds​​ is​​ within:

     ​​ (a)​​ List​​ -​​ I​​  ​​  ​​    ​​ (b)​​ List​​ -​​ II​​  ​​   ​​    (c)​​ List​​ -​​ III ​​  ​​   ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

98.​​ Education​​ of​​ higher​​ nature,​​ Population​​ &​​ Family​​ Planning,​​ Civil​​ Procedure​​ are​​ within:

     ​​ (a)​​ List​​ -​​ I  ​​  ​​   ​​ (b)​​ List​​ -​​ II ​​  ​​  ​​    (c)​​ List​​ -​​ III       ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these 

 

99.​​ Who​​ is​​ entitled​​ to​​ declare​​ War​​ and​​ Peace​​ in​​ India?

      (a)​​ The​​ President     ​​ (b)​​ The​​ Prime​​ Minister     ​​ (c)​​ Chiefs​​ of​​ Armed​​ Forces      ​​ (d)​​ Defence​​ Minister​​ of​​ India

 

100.​​ The​​ Union​​ Council​​ of​​ Ministers​​ of​​ India​​ is​​ responsible​​ for​​ its​​ activities​​ to​​ the:

        (a)​​ Lok​​ Sabha      ​​ (b)​​ Rajya​​ Sabha      ​​ (c)​​ Parliament      ​​ (d)​​ President

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