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CENTRAL GOVERNMENT

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Question 1
As per Indian Constitution President is
A
Nominal Head
B
Administrative Head
C
Political Head
D
Real Head
Question 2
How many candidate for the LokhSabha can be appointed by the President?
A
12
B
2
C
14
D
6
Question 3
Indian Vice-President is
A
Head of Planning Commission
B
Head of Rajya Sabha
C
Head of Finance commission
D
None of the above
Question 4
Which of the following person cannot be appointed by the President?
A
Vice-President
B
Prime Minister
C
High Court Judge
D
Central Election Commissioner
Question 5
Lokh Sabha Speaker is
A
Appointed by President
B
Elected by both House of the Parliament
C
Elected by Lokh Sabha.
D
Elected by Prime minister
Question 6
Chairman of Rajyasabha
A
Prime Minister
B
President
C
Vice President
D
Home Minister
Question 7
Rajyasabha Time period
A
6 years
B
2 years
C
5 years
D
Permanent
Question 8
How many times a person can compete in President election?
A
1
B
2
C
3
D
No limitations
Question 9
How many candidate for the RajyaSabha can be appointed by the President?
A
12
B
2
C
14
D
6
Question 10
Who is the person occupies the President office while temporary vacant occurs?  
A
Indian Judiciary head
B
Vice President
C
Lokh Sabha Speaker
D
Chief Election Commissioner.
Question 11
Which of the following a person can be get the majority of confidence motion to become a Prime Minister?
A
Lokh Sabha
B
Council Of States
C
Council Of States
D
Parliament and President
Question 12
Whom did the President wants to address his Resignation letter?
A
Vice President
B
Lokh Sabha Speaker
C
Prime Minister
D
Supreme Court Judge
Question 13
Which of the following is Council Of  Ministers responsible for?
A
President
B
Prime Minister
C
Parliament
D
Lokh Sabha
Question 14
Who will designation the Oath for President while taking the charge of the President post?
A
Prime Minister
B
Vice President
C
High court Judge
D
Senior most Supreme Court judge
Question 15
How many members can be elected for Lokh Sabha?
A
530
B
542
C
545
D
552
Question 16
What is the minimum age qualification for President?
A
21
B
35
C
30
D
40
Question 17
What is the tenure of the members in Indian Parliament Upper House?
A
5 Years
B
3 Years
C
4 Years
D
6 Years
Question 18
From Where did the fund is taken for the salaries given to Supreme court judges ?
A
Fund from Judicial Ministry
B
Parliament fund
C
Public Deposit Fund
D
Fund from Home Ministry
Question 19
Indian Parliament Upper House Head
A
Didn’t have right to vote
B
Right to vote only when the election ties
C
Didn’t have Right to vote only when the election ties
D
Has right to vote when all situations
Question 20
Who has the power to transfer procedures of High court judge?
A
President
B
Prime Minister
C
Central law Minister
D
State Governor
Question 21
Who has the power to cancel the death sentence?
A
Supreme court
B
Prime Minister
C
Parliament
D
President
Question 22
Which of the following Article has the provisions of Impeachment of President?
A
356
B
75
C
76
D
61
Question 23
How many judges in Supreme court including Chief Justice?
A
30
B
31
C
32
D
33
Question 24
Who/ What is the deciding the salary of Judges?
A
Prime Minister
B
Prime Minister
C
President
D
Parliament
Question 25
In which schedule salaries and allowances of Judges is Mentioned?
A
Fourth Schedule
B
Third Schedule
C
Second Schedule
D
First Schedule
Question 26
Which of the following Article has the power of president to consult Supreme Court  
A
Article 121
B
Article 123
C
Article 132
D
Article 127
Question 27
Where did the starting place of President’s impeachment process?
A
Only in Lokh Sabha
B
Only in Rajya Sabha
C
Lokh sabha or Rajya Sabha
D
. None of the above.
Question 28
Which of the following Article mentions the President’s Emergency provisions?
A
Article 121
B
Article 123
C
Article 132
D
Article 127
Question 29
Who has the power of Vice president removal?
A
President
B
Prime Minister
C
Supreme Court
D
Parliament
Question 30
What is the salary of President?
A
1,00,000
B
1,25,000
C
1,50,000
D
2,00,000
Question 31
Ministers are Individual responsible for
A
President
B
Lokh Sabha
C
Prime Minister
D
Rajya Sabha
Question 32
How  many times the Parliament Session will happen?
A
2
B
3
C
4
D
1
Question 33
Where did the Money Bill has to be Introduced?
A
Rajya Sabha
B
Lokh Sabha 
C
Rajya sabha or Lokh Sabha  
D
Parliament
Question 34
Which of the  following Article defines the Money Bill?
A
Article 110   
B
Article 111
C
Article 121
D
Article 112
Question 35
Lokh Sabha Speaker
A
Appointed by President
B
Elected by Parliament both houses
C
By Lokh sabha
D
Elected by Prime Minister
Question 36
What is the maximum time interval in between two sessions in Parliament?
A
3 months
B
1 month
C
14 days
D
6 months
Question 37
Where did the Union Territories Representation will happens?
A
Lokh Sabha
B
Rajya Sabha
C
Parliament both house
D
None of the above
Question 38
How many years once the Rajya Sabha 2/3 members retire?
A
One year
B
Two years
C
Three years
D
Four Years
Question 39
How many times President can resend the Bills except money bills from Parliament?  
A
Two times
B
One time
C
Three times
D
Four times
Question 40
Who will decide the particular bill is Ordinary bill or Money mill?  
A
President
B
Rajya sabha chairman
C
Lokh sabha speaker
D
Finance minister
Question 41
What is the tenure of a person who is not a member of Parliament?
A
1year
B
6 months
C
5 years
D
6 years
Question 42
Indian Parliament is a
A
Rajya Sabha and Lokh Sabha only
B
Rajya Sabha , Lokh Sabha and president
C
Lokh sabha only
D
Rajya Sabha only
Question 43
Who/What is the protector of Fundamental Rights?
A
Prime Minister
B
President
C
Parliament
D
Supreme Court
Question 44
Study the below Statements
  1. Administrative head of our country’s President can fulfill the service Direct or Indirectly
  2. President is elected by the Election commission members by Direct election
  3. President has the power to announce war and peace
  4. President can address his/her resignation letter to Supreme court Chief Justice
A
1only true
B
1 and 2 is true
C
3 and 4 is false
D
3 only true
Question 45
Which of the following is/are wrong?
  1. Above 30 age of an Indian Citizen can selected as a Lokh Sabha member
  2. President has the power to disintegrate Rajya Sabha.
  3. Lokh sabha speaker is elected by Lokh Sabha Members
  4. Rajya sabha chairman is elected by Rajya sabha members
A
1 and 2
B
2 and 3
C
. 1,2 and 4
D
3 only
Question 46
Which of the following are not eligible for the post of President?
  1. Must be a Indian Citizen
  2. Must be complete 35 age
  3. Must eligible to compete in Parliament as a member
  4. Should not hold any office of profit under Union or State Government
A
1 and 2
B
2 and 3
C
1,2 and 4
D
3 only
Question 47
Listen to the following Statements:
  1. Cannot be consider the designation as profitable designation of President, Vice President, Governor, Minister, Supreme Court Judge.
  2. The Vice President can hold office beyond his term of five years until his successor assumes charge.
A
1 only true
B
2 only true
C
1 and 2 is true
D
1 and 2 is false
Question 48
Listen to the following Statements:
  •             Assertion (A) : President is elected in a secret way of Single transferable vote manner
  •             Reason (R) : The uniformity of Parliament members vote and States Assembly members vote is derived from this way.
A
Both [A] and [R] true, and [R] is correct explanation for [A]
B
Both [A] and [R] true, and [R] is not correct explanation for [A]
C
[A] is true but [R] is false
D
.[A] is false but [R] is true.
Question 49
Who can vote in the President’s Election?
A
Both Houses of the elected Parliament members
B
State Legislations lower house State councils elected members
C
A and B
D
None
Question 50
Which of the following provided for the inclusion of the members of the Legislative Assemblies of National capital territory of Delhi and the Union territory of Puducherry in the electoral college for the election of the president?
A
70th Constitutional Amendment of 1994
B
70th Constitutional Amendment of 1992
C
74th Constitutional Amendment of 2001
D
42nd Constitutional Amendment of 1976
Question 51
Which of the following amendment changes mentions : In Presidential election is based as per the  census of 1971. It extends up to 2026 with same objective of population limiting measures?
A
84th Constitutional Amendment of 2001
B
74th Constitutional Amendment of 2001
C
86th Constitutional Amendment of 2001
D
42nd Constitutional Amendment of 1976
Question 52
Which of the following is/are the executive power of President?
  1. The appointment of Prime Minister, State Governors, Attorney General, Comptroller of Auditing General.
  2. President can appoint officer for Linguistic minorities
  3. President can joint the both houses of Parliament and adjournment
  4. President can commence a meet and speak
A
1 and 2
B
2 and 3
C
2 and 3
D
1,2,3 and 4
Question 53
What is the tenure of the President?
A
6
B
4
C
5
D
3
Question 54
Listen to the following statements:
  1. President must address the resignation letter to Vice-President.
  2. President can hold the office until his/her successor assumes charge.
A
1 only true
B
2 only true
C
1 and 2 is true
D
1 and 2 is false
Question 55
Listen to the following statements:
  1. Presidents emoluments and allowances cannot be diminished during his/her term of office.
  2. President can eligible to enjoy the authenticated residence, Salary and emoluments.
A
1 only true
B
2 only true
C
1 and 2 is true
D
1 and 2 is wrong
Question 56
Listen to the following statements:
  1. For the kind of Supreme commander of defenses Vice President can appoint the Chiefs of the Army.
  2. Parliament can have the power to appoint Public Commissioner and members, Scheduled castes and Scheduled tribes special officers, Commission for Welfare of the backward people.
A
1 only true
B
2 only true
C
1 and 2 is true
D
1 and 2 is wrong
Question 57
Listen to the following statements:
  1. Prime Minister can take money from the Contingency Fund of India
  2. President can take money from Consolidated Fund of India.
A
1 only true
B
2 only true
C
1 and 2 is true
D
1 and 2 is wrong
Question 58
Whose before the Oath or Affirmation is being to take while a person is going to be a President?
A
Supreme Court Chief Justice
B
Supreme Court Senior Judge
C
Supreme Court Judge
D
High Court Justice
Question 59
Why the president can held for impeachment
A
Criminal case
B
Violation of Indian Constitution
C
Complaints
D
Office of the Profit
Question 60
Who has the power to remove President
A
Parliament
B
Supreme Court
C
Lokh Sabha
D
Vice President
Question 61
Which of the following is/are the wrong way of impeachment of President?
  1. Impeachment process accusation can send in the Parliament both houses.
  2. Impeachment accusation must fulfill by the 2/3rd members of the houses
  3. Impeachment accusation must be informed to President before 14 days
  4. President has right to explain his/her situation where the house impeachment process held.
A
1 and 2
B
3 and 4
C
1 and 4
D
2 and 3
Question 62
If the President office falls vacant by resignation, removal, death or otherwise, then election to fill the vacancy should be held within
A
Within 3 months
B
President
C
Vice President
D
Prime Minister
Question 63
Without whose representation the money bill cannot introduce in Lokh sabha?
A
President
B
Lokh Sabha
C
Vice President
D
Prime Minister
Question 64
Listen to the following Statements:
  •             Assertion (A) : War and peace announced by President
  •             Reason (R) : President is the supreme commander of defense forces
A
Both [A] and [R] true, and [R] is correct explanation for [A]
B
Both [A] and [R] true, and [R] is not correct explanation for [A]
C
[A] is true but [R] is false
D
[A] is false but [R] is true
Question 65
Listen to the following statements:
  •             Assertion (A):  President has the power to appoint Foreign ambassadors for India.
  •             Reason (R) : International treaties and relations activities are formally taken in President name.
A
Both [A] and [R] true, and [R] is correct explanation for [A]
B
Both [A] and [R] true, and [R] is not correct explanation for [A]
C
[A] is true but [R] is false
D
[A] is false but [R] is true
Question 66
Listen to the following statements:
  •             Assertion (A) : President can promulgate ordinances when the Parliament is not in session.
  •             Reason (R) : The ordinances must be approved by the Parliament within six weeks from its reassembly.
A
Both [A] and [R] true, and [R] is correct explanation for [A]
B
Both [A] and [R] true, and [R] is not correct explanation for [A]
C
[A] is true but [R] is false
D
[A] is false but [R] is true
Question 67
Listen to the following statements: Assertion (A) : President, State Governor cannot be arrested or imprisoned Reason (R) : After giving two months period notice, civil proceedings can be instituted against him.
A
Both [A] and [R] true, and [R] is correct explanation for [A]
B
Both [A] and [R] true, and [R] is not correct explanation for [A]
C
[A] is true but [R] is false
D
[A] is false but [R] is true
Question 68
Listen to the following statements:
  •             Assertion (A) : President, State Governor are not responsible for answer to Judiciary what the services and all activities what they have done.
  •             Reason (R) : During their term of office they are immune from Criminal proceedings
A
Both [A] and [R] true, and [R] is correct explanation for [A]
B
Both [A] and [R] true, and [R] is not correct explanation for [A]
C
[A] is true but [R] is false
D
[A] is false but [R] is true
Question 69
What is the most important power of President in legislative powers?
A
He / She can commit the Parliament
B
He / She can make emergency ordinances
C
Assent the passed bill
D
Advice for a money bill.
Question 70
Who has the power to retain or hold back the emergency ordinances?
A
President
B
Vice President
C
Speaker
D
Parliament
Question 71
Which of the following is correct regarding to President?
  1. If a accusation charges against President in Parliament both houses impeachment process held by 2/3 members sanctioned, is considered as a President post is vacant on the bill passed date.
  2. On that time President cannot have right to appear and explain his side.
  3. President can have pardoning power in Indian Judiciary court Punishments and Court Martial.
  4. President’s emergency ordinance is equal to Parliament’s Ordinance.
A
1,2 and 3
B
1,3 and 4
C
1,2 and 4
D
2,3 and 4
Question 72
Who will be participate in Vice President election?
A
Members of Parliament’s both houses
B
Selective members of Parliament
C
Selective members of Rajya sabha
D
All
Question 73
What is the eligibility of Vice President post?
  1. Must be an Indian Citizen.
  2. Must be completed 35 age.
  3. Must be eligible to member in Rajya sabha also.
  4. Must be a member of Rajya Sabha.
A
1,2 and 3
B
1,3 and 4
C
1 and 4
D
1 and 2
Question 74
Prime Minister is also a head of
A
Planning Commission, National Development Council
B
National Integration Council
C
States Council
D
All of the above
Question 75
Who is appointing Prime Minister?
A
Parliament
B
Lokh Sabha
C
President
D
Speaker
Question 76
Who is appointing Indian Ministers?
A
Prime Minister
B
Lokh Sabha
C
President
D
Parliament
Question 77
Who is the Head of Indian Government?  
A
Prime Minister
B
Speaker
C
President
D
Parliament
Question 78
How many types of Ministers in Indian Ministries?
A
2
B
3
C
4
D
1
Question 79
Which of the following are wrongly matched?
  1. Reprieve- Stay of the punishment
  2. Respite- Lesser sentence due to special fact
  3. Remission- Reducing the sentence period
  4. Commutation-substitution of One form to lighter form
  5. Suspend- Completely absolves
A
1,2 and 3
B
1,3 and 4
C
2,3,4 and 5
D
None of the above
Question 80
Which of the following is correct regarding to Prime Minister?
  1. Since Prime Minister is the head of Council of Ministers, He/She can reshuffle the ministers
  2. Prime Minister can recommend dissolution of the Rajya Sabha to President at any time.
  3. In Parliament Majority Party’s head will become Prime Minister
  4. Prime Minister is the important mediator between President and Cabinet Ministers
  5. Can make suggestion to implement emergency by written letter.
A
1,2 and 3
B
1,3 and 4
C
1,4 and 5
D
2 and 3
Question 81
Which of the following article mentions that Council of Ministers to aid and advice President?  
A
Article 74
B
Article 75
C
Article 76
D
Article 80
Question 82
Listen to the following Statements:
  1. President must follow the directions of Council of Ministers
2. Individual Ministers are responsible individually of their Department
A
1 only true
B
2 only true
C
1 and 2 is true
D
1 and 2 is wrong
Question 83
Who will appoint India’s Attorney general?
A
Prime Minister
B
President
C
Speaker
D
Parliament
Question 84
What is the tenure of Rajya sabha members?
A
5 years
B
6 years
C
4 years
D
3 years
Question 85
Who is appointing the Finance Commission
A
Lokh Sabha
B
President
C
Vice President
D
Prime Minister
Question 86
Who has the power to change the Lokh sabha constituency?
A
President
B
Parliament
C
Prime Minister
D
Lokh Sabha
Question 87
Lokh sabha member tenure
A
5 years
B
6 years
C
4 years
D
3 years
Question 88
Who has the power to commence both houses of the Parliament?
A
Lokh Sabha
B
President
C
Prime Minister
D
Speaker
Question 89
Who has the power to dissolve Lokh Sabha?
A
Prime Minister
B
President
C
Lokh Sabha
D
Speaker
Question 90
Listen to the following Statements:
  1. The interval between two sessions in Parliament is not exceed above 6 months.
  2. Parliament commence twice a year.
A
1 only true
B
2 only true
C
1 and 2 is true
D
1 and 2 is wrong
Question 91
Eligible to member in Rajya Sabha
  1. Must be completed 25 age.
  2. Must not punished in a criminal case above 2 years.
A
1 only true
B
2 only true
C
1 and 2 is true
D
1 and 2 is wrong
Question 92
What is the working functions of Indian Attorney General?
  1. Must be advise the Government which are all asked the legislative questions by President
  2. Must understood the duties and laws by the way of Constitution
  3. For the purpose doing the duty he / She can appear any court in India.
  4. Any of the Parliament houses he/ she can to participate and vote.
  5. Parliament is deciding their tenure and salary.
A
1 and 4
B
2 and 5
C
1,2 and 3
D
1,2,3 and 4
Question 93
Which of the following is correct regarding to Rajya sabha?
  1. Maximum members of the Rajya sabha is 250.
  2. Rajya sabha members are selected by representative proportional ratio and Single transferable vote.
  3. In that 1/3 members will retire in the second year.
A
1 and 2
B
2 and 3
C
1 and 3
D
All of the above
Question 94
Listen to the following statements:
  •             Assertion (A) : Vice-President is elected by the Parliament both house members directly.
  •             Reason (R) :  Not a member of both houses of either Parliament or Legislative Assembly
A
Both [A] and [R] true, and [R] is correct explanation for [A]
B
Both [A] and [R] true, and [R] is not correct explanation for [A]
C
[A] is true but [R] is false
D
[A] is false but [R] is true
Question 95
Listen to the following statements:
  •             Assertion (A) : Must conduct and finish the election before the Vice President term expires.
  •             Reason (R): To fill the vacancy, want to conduct election within the 6 months duration if the Vice President Dies, Resign or dismissed.
A
Both [A] and [R] true, and [R] is correct explanation for [A]
B
Both [A] and [R] true, and [R] is not correct explanation for [A]
C
[A] is true but [R] is false
D
[A] is false but [R] is true
Question 96
Listen to the following statements:
  •             Assertion (A) : Vice President want to take Oath before President.
  •             Reason (R) :  Supreme court can take actions if any disputes or discrimination in  President and Vice President election.
A
Both [A] and [R] true, and [R] is correct explanation for [A]
B
Both [A] and [R] true, and [R] is not correct explanation for [A]
C
[A] is true but [R] is false
D
[A] is false but [R] is true
Question 97
Listen to the following statements:
  1. President has right to make Speech and send message to both houses of the Parliament .
  2. President will speak after end general election meeting and first meet of every year.
A
1 only true
B
2 only true
C
1 and 2 is true
D
1 and 2 is wrong
Question 98
Listen to the following statements:
  1. As per designation, President is head of the Rajya Sabha.
  2. Head of the Rajya sabha is elected by Legislative members.
A
1 only true
B
2 only true
C
1 and 2 is true
D
1 and 2 is wrong
Question 99
Who has the right to participate and speak in Parliament sessions?
A
Members of Parliament
B
Indian Attorney General
C
Ministers
D
All
Question 100
Listen to the following Statements:
  •             Assertion (A) : Vice President cannot lead the house while Vice president impeachment process is going on.
  •             Reason (R) :   If the removal of Vice Chairman in Rajya sabha wants to take decision in the Rajya Sabha with the minimum of 14 days notice.
A
Both [A] and [R] true, and [R] is correct explanation for [A]
B
Both [A] and [R] true, and [R] is not correct explanation for [A]
C
[A] is true but [R] is false
D
[A] is false but [R] is true
Question 101
For Whom did the Speaker wants to submit his resignation letter?
A
Supreme Court
B
Deputy Speaker
C
President
D
Prime Minister
Question 102
What will happen when the Lokh Sabha dissolved?
A
Vacant
B
Will not Vacant
C
Deputy speaker can remain as speaker
D
None of the above.
Question 103
. If a person is member of Parliament in a house or member of Legislative assembly, then the membership is.
A
will vacant in member of Legislative assembly
B
will vacant in member of Legislative assembly
C
Both will vacant
D
Both will not vacant
Question 104
To conduct a Parliament session, minimum members (Quorum)
A
1/100 members must be present
B
2/10 members must be present
C
1/10 members must be present
D
maximum members must be present.
Question 105
Who has the power to void a person as per anti defection law.
A
Speaker
B
President
C
Prime Minister
D
Supreme Court
Question 106
Listen to the following statements:
  1. Vice President has the Right to talk and Participate in the sessions when Vice President impeachment process is going on.
  2. President can appoint a member as a speaker of assembly while the Rajya Sabha speaker and
Deputy Speaker post vacant.
A
1 only true
B
2 only true
C
1 and 2 is true
D
1 and 2 is false.
Question 107
Listen to the following statements:
  1. Lokh Sabha members are electing the Speaker and Deputy Speaker among themselves.
  2. If a person lost Lokh Sabha membership, His/Her Speaker or Deputy Speaker post also will be lost.
A
1 only true
B
2 only true
C
1 and 2 is true
D
1 and 2 is wrong
Question 108
Listen to the following statements:
  1. For the removal of Speaker or Deputy Speaker he/she has to notify minimum of 14 days before
  2. Speaker or Deputy Speaker are removed by the Process of impeachment in Parliament.
A
1 only true
B
2 only true
C
1 and 2 is true
D
1 and 2 is wrong
Question 109
Listen to the following statements:
  1. If the Speaker post is Vacant then the Power is automatically carry over by Deputy Speaker.
  2. If the Deputy Speaker’s Post is also Vacant then the Prime Minister will chose a member in Lokh Sabha.
A
1 only true
B
2 only true
C
1 and 2 is true
D
1 and 2 is wrong
Question 110
Listen to the following statements:
  1. If Speaker is on removal process or Deputy Speaker is on removal Process both will not lead the House.
  2. Parliament will decide the salary, allowances and special rights of Speaker and Deputy Speaker.
A
1 only true
B
2 only true
C
1 and 2 is true
D
1 and 2 is wrong
Question 111
Listen to the following statements:
  •  Assertion : Speaker does not Vote when election starts.
  •   Reason  :  If the result ties only he can vote.
A
Both [A] and [R] true, and [R] is correct explanation for [A]
B
Both [A] and [R] true, and [R] is not correct explanation for [A]
C
[A] is true but [R] is false
D
[A] is false but [R] is true
Question 112
Listen to the following statements:
  1. Parliament Lokh Sabha members wants to submit their resignation letter to Rajya Sabha head.
  2. Rajya Sabha members wants to submit their resignation letter to speaker.
A
1 only true
B
2 only true
C
1 and 2 is true
D
1 and 2 is wrong
Question 113
Listen to the following statements:
  1. Parliament’s both house members wants to get oath or affirmation behalf of President or Nominated person by President.
  2. All questions are decided by majority vote in Parliament.
A
1 only true
B
2 only true
C
1 and 2 is true
D
1 and 2 is wrong
Question 114
Listen to the following statements:
  1. Parliament members salary is decided by Parliament.
  2. Parliament members are bound for their words and actions for Judiciary court.
A
1 only true
B
2 only true
C
1 and 2 is true
D
1 and 2 is wrong
Question 115
Listen to the following statements:
  1. President will invite the combined sitting of both houses of the Parliament.
  2. President will lead the joint sitting of both houses of the Parliament.
A
1 only true
B
2 only true
C
1 and 2 is true
D
1 and 2 is wrong
Question 116
Listen to the following statements:
  •             Assertion (A) : If a person didn’t attend the Parliament session continuously 60 days, his’her membership will be cancelled.
  •             Reason (R) : Sessions will adjourned 4 days continuously, it will not calculated in the 60 days.
A
Both [A] and [R] true, and [R] is correct explanation for [A]
B
Both [A] and [R] true, and [R] is not correct explanation for [A]
C
[A] is true but [R] is false
D
[A] is false but [R] is true
Question 117
Listen to the following statements:
  •             Assertion (A): Money Bill will not introduce in Rajya Sabha.
  •             Reason (R) : Joint sitting will not necessary for Money Bill.
A
Both [A] and [R] true, and [R] is correct explanation for [A]
B
Both [A] and [R] true, and [R] is not correct explanation for [A]
C
[A] is true but [R] is false
D
[A] is false but [R] is true
Question 118
Listen to the following statements: Assertion (A) : Money Bill will introduce in Lokh Sabha . Reason (R) : Lokh Sabha has more Power than Rajya Sabha.
A
Both [A] and [R] true, and [R] is correct explanation for [A]
B
Both [A] and [R] true, and [R] is not correct explanation for [A]
C
[A] is true but [R] is false
D
[A] is false but [R] is true
Question 119
Listen to the following statements:
  •             Assertion (A) : President has the Power to decide a disqualification of a Parliament member.
  •             Reason (R) : Necessary to ask opinion of Election Commission and Proceed their words before disqualification.
A
Both [A] and [R] true, and [R] is correct explanation for [A]
B
Both [A] and [R] true, and [R] is not correct explanation for [A]
C
[A] is true but [R] is false
D
[A] is false but [R] is true
Question 120
To disqualify Vice President then the resolution will be
A
Passed in Lokh Sabha
B
Passed in Rajya Sabha
C
Passed in Parliament
D
None of the above.
Question 121
Which of the following is correct regarding the not in eligibility of Member of Parliament?
  1. Do not maintain any office of Profit.
  2. Mentally unsound, undischarged insolvent.
  3. Voluntarily acquired other countries citizenship.
  4. If he is so disqualified under any law made by Parliament
  5. He is a minister of center or state.
A
1,2 and 3
B
1,3,4 and 5
C
3 and 4
D
1,2,3 and 4
Question 122
Who has the power to disqualify a member excepr anti defection law?
A
Speaker
B
Deputy Speaker
C
President
D
Prime Minister.
Question 123
How many members elected to Lokh Sabha from Union Territories?
A
12
B
20
C
2
D
22
Question 124
Listen to the following statements:
  1. Parliament Lokh Sabha members have to submit their resignation letter to Speaker.
  2.   He has to accept the resignation letter.
A
1 only true
B
2 only true
C
1 and 2 is true
D
1 and 2 is wrong
Question 125
Which of the following situation to make joint sitting of Parliament?
A
If the bill is rejected by the other House.
B
If the Houses have finally disagreed as to the amendments to be made in the bill
C
If more than six months have elapsed from the date of the receipt of the bill by the other House without the bill being passed by it.
D
All of the above.
Question 126
Which of the following are true?
  1. The other ordinary bills can be introduced either both houses of the Parliament except money bill or other financial bill.
  2. No bill will be expired while the adjournment of the session when the resolution of bill passed in any house of the Parliament.
  3. When a bill is pending in Rajya sabha and not assent in Lokh sabha the bill cannot expired if Lokh sabha dissolved on that Particular Period.
  4. If a bill is pending in Lokh Sabha or assent by Lokh Sabha and Pending in Rajya Sabha, the bill will expired if the Lokh sabha dissolved on Particular period.
  5. While the joint sitting of the Parliament if maximum members accepted a bill, the bill will be considered as passed one.
A
1,2 and 3
B
1,3,4 and 5
C
3 and 4
D
1,2,3,4 and 5
Question 127
Which of the following are true regarding the money bill?
  1. While the money bill is passed in Lokh sabha it will sent to Rajya sabha for recommendation.
  2. Rajya sabha wants to assent the bill within 14 days with its recommendations.
  3. Lokh Sabha must accept the recommendations of Raja Sabha.
  4. If the bill does not assent to Lokh Sabha within 14 days, After the 14 days expired the money bill is considered as a passed one.
  5. Article 111 is defining Money Bill.
A
1,2 and 4
B
1,3,4 and 5
C
3 and 5
D
1,2,3 and 5
Question 128
Which of the following is money Bill?
  1. The custody of the Consolidated fund of India or the Contingency fund , the payment or withdrawal.
  2. The appropriation of money out of the Consolidated fund of India.
  3. Fine dues or money related issues of Punishments.
  4. The receipt of Consolidated fund of India or Public Account of India.
  5. Duty Payments or service Payments.
A
1 and 3
B
1,2 and 4
C
3 and 5
D
1,2 and 5
Question 129
Who is deciding that a questionnaire of a bill is money bill or ordinary bill?
A
President
B
Lokh Sabha Speaker
C
Prime Minister
D
None of the above
Question 130
Which of the following are wrong?
A
Annual Financial statement must introduce in Lokh Sabha after the recommendations of President.
B
It is the duty of President that to submit the Annual Financial statement only in Lokh Sabha.
C
Annual Financial statement is a money bill.
D
If the money bill doesn’t passed yet, cannot charge from Contingency fund.
Question 131
How many judges in Supreme court now?
A
7
B
30
C
25
D
31
Question 132
Which of the following statements is true regarding to the eligilbilty of Indian Supreme Court judge?
  1. Must be an Indian Citizen.
  2. Should have been a judge of a High court for five years or High courts succession, and as a advocate of a High court (or succession).
  3. Should be a distinguished jurist in the opinion of the President.
A
2 and 3
B
1 and 3
C
2 only
D
None of the above.
Question 133
Which of the following statements is about the removal of supreme court judge?
  1. President can remove a judge through his/her order.
  2. Proved misbehavior or suffering from an incapacity of Judge.
  3. The address must be supported by a special majority of each house of Parliament ( a majority of the total membership of that House and a majority of not less than two-thirds of the members of that house present and voting.
  4. It should passed to President in a single sitting session.
A
1,2 and 3
B
1,3 and 4
C
3 and 4
D
None of the above.
Question 134
Who is appointing the Supreme court Judge?
A
Parliament
B
President
C
Prime Minister
D
Speaker
Question 135
Whose beforeSpeaker   the Su Create New Question preme court Judge has to make and subscribe an Oath or affirmation?
A
Speaker
B
Prime Minister
C
President
D
Supreme Court Chief Justice.
Question 136
Listen to the following statements:
  1. When the bill is presented to the President, he can either give his assent to the bill or withheld his assent to the bill or return the bill for reconsideration of the houses.
  2. When the bill is Presented return the bill for reconsideration except the Money bill.
A
1 only true
B
2 only true
C
1 and 2 is true
D
1 and 2 is wrong
Question 137
Listen to the following statements: 1.Money bill cannot be amended or discussed.
  1. In Money bill the Limit cannot excess the payment without voting.
A
1 only true
B
2 only true
C
1 and 2 is true
D
1 and 2 is wrong
Question 138
Listen to the following statements:
  1. Supreme court judge cannot work as a advocate anywhere in Indian boundary after he/she retired.
  2. President can appoint another superior person as a judge if the Supreme court Chief Justice post is vacant or he is unable to do his service.
A
1 only true
B
2 only true
C
1 and 2 is true
D
1 and 2 is wrong
Question 139
Listen to the following statements:
  1. President’s recommendation is cannot needed to reduce a tax or destroy.
  2. Money bill is introduced after recommendations of subsidies in Lokh Sabha.
A
1 only true
B
2 only true
C
1 and 2 is true
D
1 and 2 is wrong
Question 140
Listen to the following statements:
  1. President must consult judges committee having three judges when appointing Chief Justice.
  2. He/She must consult with Chief Justice while appointing other judges.
A
1 only true
B
2 only true
C
1 and 2 is true
D
1 and 2 is wrong
Question 141
Listen to the following statements:
  • Assertion (A): Higher appeal doesn’t work out for Military laws and Martial courts or Tribunals.
  • Reason (R): Administration department is separated for Judiciary department.
A
Both [A] and [R] true, and [R] is correct explanation for [A]
B
Both [A] and [R] true, and [R] is not correct explanation for [A]
C
[A] is true but [R] is false
D
[A] is false but [R] is true
Question 142
Listen to the following statements:
  •  Assertion :  Without the recommendations of President, cannot introduce Financial bill or its amendments.
  •   Reason (R) : Money bill shall not introduce in Rajya Sabha.
A
Both [A] and [R] true, and [R] is correct explanation for [A]
B
Both [A] and [R] true, and [R] is not correct explanation for [A]
C
[A] is true but [R] is false
D
[A] is false but [R] is true
Question 143
Listen to the following statements:
  • Assertion : Judges salaries cannot be varied after their appointment.
  • Reason : Their salaries and allowances are decided in second schedule.
A
Both [A] and [R] true, and [R] is correct explanation for [A]
B
Both [A] and [R] true, and [R] is not correct explanation for [A]
C
[A] is true but [R] is false
D
[A] is false but [R] is true
Question 144
Listen to the following statements:
  • Assertion (A) :  While the Law making the bill is passed by the both housed of Parliament and the President has to give his assent.
  •  Reason (R) : Parliament is consisted with President also.
A
Both [A] and [R] true, and [R] is correct explanation for [A]
B
Both [A] and [R] true, and [R] is not correct explanation for [A]
C
[A] is true but [R] is false
D
[A] is false but [R] is true
Question 145
Listen to the following statements:
  •  Assertion (A) : Deputy speaker wants to submit his/her resignation letter to Speaker.
  •  Reason (R): Speaker/ Deputy Speaker post is under impeachment process they have rights to speak, vote in the house.
A
Both [A] and [R] true, and [R] is correct explanation for [A]
B
Both [A] and [R] true, and [R] is not correct explanation for [A]
C
[A] is true but [R] is false
D
[A] is false but [R] is true
Question 146
Who has the power to decide the salaries of Judges?
A
Parliament
B
President
C
Supreme Court
D
Prime Minister
Question 147
To whom the Judge wants to submit his/her resignation letter?
A
Supreme Court
B
Parliament
C
President
D
Prime Minister
Question 148
Supreme Court original power limitations
A
Between center and state or one or more states.
B
Between center vs a state or Center vs one or more states.
C
Between states.
D
All of the above.
Question 149
Which of the following is/are true about the Independent Judiciary and Protection?
  1. Protection of working period.
  2. Judges who didn’t earn a vote from Parliament, their salaries cant reduce after appointment or in their working period.
  3. Supreme Court’s limitation of Power must only increasing manner not for reduce.
  4. There will not be discussed about the behavior of Judges in the Parliament.
A
1,2 and 3
B
1,3 and 4
C
1,2 and 4
D
1,2,3 and 4
Question 150
Which of the following are wrongly matched?
  1. Appeal about constitution- Article 132.
  2. Appeal about case of rights- Article 133.
  3. Appeal about criminal case- Article 134.
  4. Special provision appeal – Article 136.
A
1,2 and 3
B
1,3 and 4
C
All of the above
D
None of the above
Question 151
Which/What is negligible in the real powers limitations of Supreme Court?
  1. The treaties and agreements related cases which is came to existence before the existence of Constitution.
  2. Before Constitution existence the cases between Indian dominion Govt vs Indian swadeshi Kings and their treaties and agreements.
  3. Water disputes between the states.
  4. The details responsibilities of finance commission and its duties.
A
1,2 and 3
B
1,3 and 4
C
1,2 and 4
D
1,2,3 and 4
Question 152
Which of the following statements are true regarding power to advice by Supreme court?
  1. President must be advised on any question of law or fact of Public importance which has arisen or which is likely to arise.
  2. Supreme court must suggest its opinion while the negligible power limitations and details asked by President.
  3. If President asks advice from Supreme court, the court is not bound to give advice. If suppose Supreme court advices President it will control President’s action.
  4. The advice about treaties and agreements before the Constitution held, The advice will bound and control the President’s action.
A
1,2 and 3
B
1,3 and 4
C
1,2 and 4
D
1,2,3 and 4
Question 153
Who has the power to change over a case from High court to Supreme Court?
A
Speaker
B
Supreme Court
C
Prime Minister
D
President
Question 154
Who is appointing comptroller and  Auditing General of India?
A
President
B
Supreme Court
C
Parliament
D
Prime Minister.
Question 155
Who has the power to check whether the created law is bound to our Constitution and also the activities of administration? If the breach of Constitution who has the power to void the law?
A
Supreme Court
B
Prime Minister
C
Parliament
D
President
Question 156
Who has the power to decide about the salaties and allowances of Comptroller and Auditing General of India?
A
Supreme Court
B
Parliament
C
Prime Minister
D
President
Question 157
Listen to the following statements:
  1. The judgment of Supreme court will control the all Indian Judiciary including Supreme Court also.
  2. The powerful organizations of India mist do the helpful activities for Supreme Court.
A
1 only true
B
2 only true
C
1 and 2 is true
D
1 and 2 is wrong
Question 158
Listen to the following statements:
  1. Supreme court has the power to create own laws to make self discipline manners and to reach perfect actions.
  2. Supreme court records can be used as evidence.
A
1 only true
B
2 only true
C
1 and 2 is true
D
1 and 2 is wrong
Question 159
Listen to the following statements:
  1. Comptroller and Auditing General of India must be get the Oath or affirmation on behalf of President.
  2. The removal of Comptroller Auditing General is same as the impeachment process of Supreme court Judges.
A
1 only true
B
2 only true
C
1 and 2 is true
D
1 and 2 is wrong
Question 160
Listen to the following statements:
  1. Comptroller Auditing General cannot work in any organization under Central Government after his/her retirement.
  2. The administrative expenses of the office of the Comptroller Auditing General, including all salaries, allowances and pensions of persons serving in that office are charged upon the Consolidated Fund of India.
A
1 only true
B
2 only true
C
1 and 2 is true
D
1 and 2 is wrong
Question 161
Listen to the following statements:
  1. As per the duty of Comptroller Auditing General he audits and controls the accounts related to all expenditure from the Consolidated fund of India.
  2. He/She audits the expenditure of Center and State Governments as per the duty of Comptroller Auditing General.
A
1 only true
B
2 only true
C
1 and 2 is true
D
1 and 2 is wrong
Question 162
Listen to the following statements:
  •  Assertion (A): Supreme Court has the Power to Judicial review on its judgments.
  •   Reason (R): The inner question of a law is stands as a case in one or more High Courts, It can have the power to appear individually or application by Attorney General of India.
A
Both [A] and [R] true, and [R] is correct explanation for [A]
B
Both [A] and [R] true, and [R] is not correct explanation for [A]
C
[A] is true but [R] is false
D
[A] is false but [R] is true
Question 163
Listen to the following statements:
  •  Assertion (A) : The removal of judges is only by the Process of Proved disciplinary actions or ineligibility of reasons addressed by the Parliament and after the order of President.
  •   Reason (R) : Supreme court and High court has the power to punish a person for the irrespective misbehavior of court [ Contempt of court].
A
Both [A] and [R] true, and [R] is correct explanation for [A]
B
Both [A] and [R] true, and [R] is not correct explanation for [A]
C
[A] is true but [R] is false
D
[A] is false but [R] is true
Question 164
Listen to the following statements:
  • Assertion (A) : The imposition , abolition, remission , alteration or regulation of any tax, the regulation, of the borrowing of money by Indian Government and the responsibilities are Money bill.
  •   Reason (R): The imposition, abolition, remission, alteration or regulation of any tax by any local authority or body for local purposes are Money bill.
A
Both [A] and [R] true, and [R] is correct explanation for [A]
B
Both [A] and [R] true, and [R] is not correct explanation for [A]
C
[A] is true but [R] is false
D
[A] is false but [R] is true
Question 165
Listen to the following statements:
  • Assertion (A): The details of Annual Financial statement is upcoming planned Financial year Income [ Estimated receipts/ income ] and expenditure.
  •  Reason (R) : Planned expenditure is in two types of expenditure from India, or ways and means of advances expenditure from Consolidated fund of India.
A
Both [A] and [R] true, and [R] is correct explanation for [A]
B
Both [A] and [R] true, and [R] is not correct explanation for [A]
C
[A] is true but [R] is false
D
[A] is false but [R] is true
Question 166
As per 10th schedule if a member of Parliament attains ineligibility.
A
Have Right to talk in Parliament
B
Will ineligible as a member of Parliament.
C
Can continue as a member
D
None of the above.
Question 167
Listen to the following statements:
  1. Rajya Sabha Chairman wants to give his/her resignation letter to Vice Chairman of Rajya Sabha.
  2. Rajya Sabha Vice Chairman wants to give his/her resignation letter to Chairman of Rajya Sabha.
A
1 only true
B
2 only true
C
1 and 2 is true
D
1 and 2 is wrong
Question 168
Who is the Head of our Indian country?
A
Prime Minister
B
Prime Minister
C
President
D
Parliament
Question 169
Who is the Chief commander of Indian defence?
A
Prime Minister
B
Lokh Sabha
C
President
D
Parliament
Question 170
Pranab Mukherjee is ­­­_____ th President of India
A
11th
B
12th
C
13th
D
14th
Question 171
Listen to the following statements:
  1. Rajya Sabha is a permanent Sabha. It cannot be dissolved.
  2. Its 1/3 members will retire once after two years.
A
1 only true
B
2 only true
C
1 and and 2 is true
D
1 and 2 is false.
Question 172
Which article represents right to speak in Parliament?
A
Article 19
B
Article 105
C
Article 108
D
Article 123
Question 173
Arrange in correct order of Lokh Sabha Speakers:
A
G.S Dhillan - G.V.Mavalanker - Shivraj Patil – G.M.C. Balayogi
B
G.V.Mavalanker - . G.S Dhillan - Shivraj Patil - G.M.C. Balayogi
C
Shivraj Patil - G.M.C. Balayogi - . G.V.Mavalanker - . G.S Dhillan
D
G.V.Mavalanker - Shivraj Patil - G.S Dhillan - G.V.Mavalanker
Question 174
Who will lead the Parliament joint sitting of both houses?
A
Prime Minister
B
Vice President
C
President
D
Speaker
Question 175
Arrange the Chronological order of Indian Prime Minister.
  1. Morarji Desai 2. Jawaharlal Nehru  3. P.V. Narasimma Rao   4. Speaker
A
2-1-4-3
B
2-1-3-4
C
1-2-4-3
D
1-2-3-4
Question 176
Which census is the base year of  the Lokh Sabha seat allocations?
A
1981
B
1991
C
2001
D
2011
Question 177
How much period can expand the Lokh Sabha tenure while the Emergency time?  
A
1 year
B
2 years
C
3 years
D
5 years.
Question 178
When the Lokh Sabha can be dissolved by President?
A
Recommended by Prime Minister
B
While No majority Party held
C
Both
D
None of the both.
Question 179
Listen to the following statements:
  •             Assertion (A) : Lokh Sabha members has the more power than Rajya Sabha members
  •             Reason (R) : Lokh Sabha members are directly elected by the People.
A
Both [A] and [R] true, and [R] is correct explanation for [A]
B
Both [A] and [R] true, and [R] is not correct explanation for [A]
C
[A] is true but [R] is false
D
[A] is false but [R] is true
Question 180
Which Article mentions that the Supreme Court has the power to solve and analyze the disputes between President and Vice President?
A
Article 69
B
Article 71
C
Article 85
D
Article 86.
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