General Studies  Politics

1. Who participates in the election of the Vice-President?

Member of the Lok Sabha Elected members of the Rajiya Sabha and the Lok Shaba Member of the Rajiya Shaba and the Lok Shaba Members of Legislative Assemblies of the States

2. Which of the following directive principles of States Policy were added by 42nd Amendment?
i. Participation of workers in the management of industry
ii. Minimizing inequality of income and status
iii. Protection of environment
iv. Free legal aid to poor

i, iii and iv i, ii and iii i, ii and iv ii, iii and iv

3. Which of the following are the types of authority attributed to the president of India?

Real and popular Titular and de-jure Political and nominal Constitutional and nominal

4. Which of the following previsions are NOT included in the Indian Constitution?
i. president can suspend any of the fundamental rights during emergency
ii. Prime Minister can dismiss any Chief Minister
iii. States have power to amend any law of parliament">parliament on a subject in the concurrent list with the assent of the president
iv. Governor can reserve any Bill for consideration by the president
Choose the correct answer from the codes given below:

i and ii ii and iii iii and iv i and iv

5. Which one of the following are the exclusive powers of the Lok Sabha?
i. To introduce Money bills
ii. To ratify the declaration of emergency
iii. To pass a motion of no-confidence against the Council of Ministers
iv. To impeach the president
Choose the correct answer from the code given below:

i and iii ii and iii i and iv iii and iv

6. It is mandatory for the Governor to reserve a bill for the consideration by the president if such a Bill affects

The rate of land revenue Powers of High Court The powers of the Advocate General of the State The amount of salary paid to the Members of Legislative Assembly

7. Which is the most important reason to consider India as a Secular State?

Peoples of different religions live in India Government works for the welfare of people of all religions Religions is separated from politics Minority religions are given special protection

8. Under Indian Constitution, the concentration of wealth violates the

Directive Principles Right to equality Right to freedom Concept of welfare state

9. Which of the following statements correctly defines the Judicial Review?

The authority of the Courts to punish political offenders The authority of the Courts to correct the errors of the Government The authority of the Courts to issue various writs The authority of the Courts to interpret the legality of laws

10. The Doctrine that the Fundamental Rights cannot be amended under Article 398 was propounded by the Supreme Court in?

Gopalan. Vs. State of Madras Keshvanand Bharati Vs. State of Kerala Golaknath Vs. State of Punjab Maneka Vs. Union of India


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