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Indian Polity Model Test Questions 2- English

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Question 1
Which one of the following is not mentioned in the Indian constitution?
A
Election Commission
B
Planning Commission
C
Public Service Commission
D
Finance Commission
Question 2
When was the constituent assembly established to frame the constitution of India?
A
10th June, 1946
B
6th December, 1946
C
26th November, 1949
D
26th December, 1949
Question 3
The number of article in the Indian constitution at the time of its adoption was
A
350
B
360
C
392
D
395
Question 4
When was the President’s succession act enacted?
A
1955
B
1959
C
1964
D
1969
Question 5
In a parliamentary system, the executive is responsible to
A
the legislature
B
the judiciary
C
the people
D
none of these
Question 6
Who enjoys the right to impose responsible restriction on the Fundamental Rights?
A
The President
B
The Supreme Court
C
The Parliament
D
The Lok Sabha
Question 7
How many times the President has declared the financial emergency?
A
once
B
twice
C
thrice
D
never
Question 8
Who decides the disputes regarding the election of the President?
A
Speaker
B
Supreme Court
C
Election Commission
D
Parliament
Question 9
How many seats are reserved for Union Territories in the Lok Sabha?
A
10 seats
B
15 seats
C
20 seats
D
30 seats
Question 10
Who is legally competent to declare war?
A
The President
B
The Prime Minister
C
The Lok Sabha
D
The Parliament
Question 11
Fundamental duties were introduced were introduced in the Indian constitution by the
A
40th Amendment
B
42nd Amendment
C
43rd Amendment
D
44th Amendment
Question 12
Directive principles of state policy are directly concerned with
A
Fundamental Rights
B
Fundamental duties
C
Gandhian principles
D
Preamble
Question 13
What is the maximum age prescribed for election as President of India?
A
58 years
B
60 years
C
62 years
D
no such limit
Question 14
The President of India can declare emergency
A
on his own
B
on the recommendations of the council of Ministers
C
on the recommendations of the council of Ministers
D
on the recommendations of the Parliament
Question 15
The preamble to the Indian constitution was amended by the
A
24th Amendment
B
36th Amendment
C
42nd Amendment
D
44th Amendment
Question 16
The monthly salary of the Vice-President of India as Vice-President is
A
Rs 25,000
B
Rs. 30,000
C
Rs. 35,000
D
Nothing
Question 17
Who has the right convence the joint session of the two houses of Parliament in India?
A
Prime Minister
B
President
C
Vice-President
D
None of them
Question 18
The chief source of political power in India is
A
the people
B
the constitution
C
the parliament
D
the parliament and the state legislatures
Question 19
The Prime Minister is the
A
Head of the State
B
Head of the Government
C
Head of the State and the head of the Government
D
Calcutta High Court
Question 20
Under which High court Andaman & Nocobar Islands come?
A
Madras High Court
B
Kerala High Court
C
Andhara Pradesh High Court
D
Calcutta High Court
Question 21
Which article accords special status to Jammu & Kashmir
A
356
B
360
C
372
D
370
Question 22
The union territories of India are administered by the
A
President
B
Prime Minister
C
Defence Minister
D
Chief Minister
Question 23
Untouchability comes under which fundamental rights in the Indian constitution?
A
Right to freedom
B
Right to equality
C
Right against exploitation
D
Right to freedom of religion
Question 24
Organization of village panchayats are in corporated under which head in the Indian constitution?
A
fundamental rights
B
citizenship
C
Directive principles of the state
D
Fundamental duties
Question 25
The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court is appointed by
A
President
B
Prime Minister
C
Parliament
D
Law Minister
Question 26
Who will act as the President of India when the offices of both the President and the Vice-President are vacant?
A
Chief Election Commissioner
B
Prime Minister
C
Chief Justice of India
D
Speaker of Lok Sabha
Question 27
Who has the right convence the joint session of the two houses of parliament in India?
A
Prime Minister
B
President
C
Vice-President
D
None of them
Question 28
The planning commission was created in
A
1950 A.D
B
1952 A.D
C
1953 A.D
D
1954 A.D
Question 29
The first citizen of India is the
A
President
B
Vice-President
C
Prime Minister
D
Speaker
Question 30
Consider the following statements
  • Assertion (A): The Governor is appointed by the President of India and can hold office as per the latter’s pleasure.
  • Reason®: The term of office of Governor is six years.
A
Both (A) and (R) are true, and (R) is the correct explanation of (A)
B
Both (A) and (R) are true, but (R) is not the correct explanation of (A)
C
(A) is true, but (R) is false
D
(A) is false, but (R) is true
Question 31
The emergency provisions of Indian constitution were borrowed from
A
Government of India Act, 1935
B
Soviet Union
C
Constitution of USA
D
Weimer constitution of Germany
Question 32
After great labour, the constitution was ready on
A
26th December, 1949
B
26th January 1950
C
26th November, 1949
D
30th November, 1949
Question 33
Indian constitution is often called
A
Lawyer’s paradise
B
Dictatorial constitution
C
Evolved constitution
D
Enacted constitution
Question 34
At present the right to property is merely a
A
legal right
B
moral right
C
natural right
D
none of these
Question 35
The team of the office of the President is
A
2 years
B
4 years
C
6 years
D
5 years
Question 36
Lower house of the Indian Parliament is known as
A
Lok Sabha
B
Supreme Sabha
C
Assembly
D
Council
Question 37
The highest appeal court in a state is
A
Session Court
B
Supreme Court
C
Magistrate Court
D
High Court
Question 38
Who was the permanent chairman of the constitution assembly?
A
Dr. Rajendra Prasad
B
Dr.Ambedkar
C
Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru
D
Mahatma Gandhi
Question 39
Freedom of religion is included in articles?
A
25-26
B
25-28
C
26-29
D
24-27
Question 40
Which one of the following statements is not correct?
A
Equal representation is given to states in Rajya Sabha
B
The Central Government is very strong
C
Both the Centre and the States can legislate on concurrent list
D
Residuary powers are with the centre
Question 41
Indian upper house is known as
A
the house of people
B
the council of states
C
parliament
D
none of these
Question 42
The first civil service commission in India was setup on the basis of recommendation of
A
Aichison Commission
B
Lee Commission
C
Simon Commission
D
Planning Commission
Question 43
The constitution provides for the setting up of the Finance Commission every
A
year
B
third year
C
fifth year
D
seventh year
Question 44
The constitution of India was adopted by the
A
Constituent Assembly
B
First Parliament
C
Lok Sabha
D
Drafting Committee
Question 45
Normally the Parliament can legislate on the subjects enumerated in
A
union list
B
concurrent list
C
state list
D
union as well as the concurrent list
Question 46
The constitution of India vests the executive authority of the union in the
A
President
B
Council of Ministers
C
President and Parliament
D
Prime Minister
Question 47
According to the constitution the upper house of the state legislative can be created or abolished by
A
The State Legislative Assembly
B
The Parliament of India
C
The Governor of the State
D
Presidential order
Question 48
Which state legislative assembly has the maximum strength?
A
Andra Pradesh
B
West Bengal
C
Uttar Pradesh
D
Maharastra
Question 49
Which one of the following categories of members are not included in the legislative council?
A
Members elected by Municipalities, District Boards and other authorities in the state
B
Representatives of temple, churches and mosques
C
Representatives of persons engaged in teaching in institutions not lower in standard than secondary school
D
Members nominated by the Governor from amongst persons having special knowledge of literature, science , art cooperative movements and social service
Question 50
Which is the largest committee of the Indian Parliament?
A
The Public Accounts Committee
B
The Estimates Committee
C
The Committee on Petitions
D
The Rules Committee
Question 51
The President of India is
A
appointed by the Prime Minister
B
elected by the Parliament
C
elected by the Chief Ministers of the state
D
elected by an electoral college consisting of members of parliament and of state legislatives.
Question 52
The oath of office to the President in conducted by
A
The Chief Justice of India
B
The Prime Minister of India
C
The Vice-President of India
D
None of them
Question 53
The President can vacate his office by addressing his resignation to
A
The Vice-President
B
The Speaker of Lok sabha
C
The Prime Minister
D
The Chief Justice of India
Question 54
The Vice-President who assumes the office of the President in case of vacancy hold the same for
A
the unexpired term
B
a maximum period of one year
C
a maximum period of six months
D
a maximum period of three months
Question 55
The President of India enjoys the right to veto
A
both money bills and non-money bills
B
only money bills
C
only non-money bills
D
none of the two types of bills
Question 56
The proclamation of emergency must be placed before the parliament for its approval
A
within one month
B
within two months
C
within six months
D
within one year
Question 57
The Vice-President of India is elected by
A
The legislative assemblies of the state
B
The same electoral college which elects the President
C
The members of Rajya sabha
D
The members of the two houses of the Parliament
Question 58
In reality the council of Ministers stays in office as long as it enjoys
A
the confidence of the Lok Sabha
B
the confidence of the Prime Minister
C
the confidence of the President
D
the confidence of the Speaker
Question 59
The Governor of the state is responsible for his conduct under the constitution to the
A
Prime Minister
B
President
C
Chief Minister
D
Vice-President
Question 60
A member of the council of Ministers can be asked to tender his resignation if he loses the confidence of
A
Governor
B
State Legislature
C
Chief Minister
D
High Court
Question 61
The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court is appointed
A
by the President alone
B
by the Prime Minister alone
C
by the President in consultation with the judges of the Supreme court and High courts
D
the Chief Justices of all High courts
Question 62
The President can seek advice of the Supreme court
A
with regard to appointment of the Supreme Court
B
for enactment of laws on subjects enumerated in the state list
C
regarding constitutionality or otherwise of a law under enactment
D
on all these matters
Question 63
The Supreme court has been given advisory powers under
A
Article 243
B
Article 43
C
Article 142
D
Article 143
Question 64
Which one of the following is wrongly matched?
A
Planning Commission - Formulation of plans
B
Election Commission - Conduct of elections
C
Public Service Commission - Selection of Government Servants
D
Finance Commission - Preparation of budgets
Question 65
Who is the Chairman of the Planning Commission of India?
A
Finance Minister
B
Prime Minister
C
Planning Minister
D
Human Resources Development Minister
Question 66
The first Vice-President of India was
A
Zakir Hussein
B
Dr. Radha Krishnan
C
V.V.Giri
D
G.S.Pathak
Question 67
Our Indian constitution gives us how many Fundamental rights?
A
Six
B
Seven
C
Nine
D
Ten
Question 68
For how many terms one can be the President of India?
A
one term
B
two term
C
four term
D
no limit
Question 69
Our constitution came into force on
A
26th November, 1949
B
15th August, 1945
C
26th January, 1950
D
15th August, 1947
Question 70
The main objective of the Fundamental Rights is to
A
ensure independence of judiciary
B
promote a socialistic pattern of society
C
ensure individual liberty
D
ensure all these
Question 71
The first Deputy Chairman of the Planning Commission of India was
A
C. Rajagopalachari
B
Dr. Rajendra Pasad
C
Nehru
D
Krishnamachari
Question 72
The Indian constitution is a
A
brief constitution
B
medium sized constitution
C
bulkiest constitution
D
very brief constitution
Question 73
The Parliament of India consists of
A
Lok sabha and Rajya sabha
B
The President, The Lok sabha and Rajya sabha
C
Lok sabha, the President and Council of Ministers
D
Lok sabha, Rajya sabha, Council of Ministers and the President
Question 74
One-third of the members of Rajya Sabha retires
A
every year
B
every two years
C
every three years
D
every four years
Question 75
Which one of the following rights is vital for the successful working democracy?
A
Right to property
B
Right to association
C
Right to assemble
D
Right to criticize
Question 76
Which amendment of the constitution added the words “Socialist” and “Secular” to the preamble?
A
25th Amendment
B
44th amendment
C
42nd Amendment
D
40th Amendment
Question 77
Indian constitution is
A
san original constitution
B
a bag of borrowings
C
not a copy of other constitution
D
none of these
Question 78
The constituent assembly was set up in
A
1946
B
1947
C
1948
D
1950
Question 79
In the Parliamentary Government of India
A
the ministers have a fixed tenure
B
the ministers have a fixed tenure
C
the ministers can be removed by vote of no confidence
D
the ministers are answerable to the president only
Question 80
In Indian Parliamentary Government
A
The ministers are not the members of the Parliament
B
The ministers are not the members of the Parliament
C
the ministers are the members of the Parliament
D
the ministers are the members of Rajya sabha only
Question 81
The permanent seat of Supreme court is at
A
Mumbai
B
Kolkata
C
Delhi
D
Kanpur
Question 82
The Parliamentary form of Government in India has been borrowed from the
A
American Constitution
B
British Constitution
C
Russian Constitution
D
Swiss Constitution
Question 83
Who was the Chairman of the Drafting Committee of the Indian constitution?
A
Dr. Ambedkar
B
Dr. Rajendra Prasad
C
Sardar Patel
D
Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru
Question 84
The normal term of a Governor’s office is
A
3 years
B
5 years
C
6 years
D
4 years
Question 85
The system of dual citizenship exists in
A
USA
B
France
C
India
D
U.K
Question 86
The Judges of the Supreme court are appointed for a term of
A
five years
B
five years or until they attain the age of 60
C
six years
D
six years or until they attain the age of 65
Question 87
Abraham Lincoln is known for
A
Land reforms
B
External policies
C
Abolition of slavery
D
Independence movement
Question 88
Which one is called as mini constitution?
A
42nd
B
43rd
C
52nd
D
39th
Question 89
The Union Public Service Commission submits an annual report of its work to
A
President
B
Cabinet Secretariat
C
Home Minister
D
Parliament
Question 90
In India, the President enjoys
A
all the power
B
only nominal powers
C
less power
D
more powers than the Prime Minister
Question 91
What is the maximum age prescribed for election as the President of India?
A
58 years
B
62 years
C
62 years
D
no such limit
Question 92
The Chairman of the Rajya Sabha is
A
President
B
Vice-President
C
Prime Minister
D
Speaker of the Lok Sabha
Question 93
The Vice-President of India is
A
appointed by the President
B
elected by the people
C
elected by the members of both the houses of the Parliament
D
elected by state legislatures
Question 94
The President of India must have completed the age of
A
25 years
B
35 years
C
35 years
D
58 years
Question 95
Match the correct features of the constitution with the country from which they have been borrowed.
A
Raw of law - USA
B
Judicial review - Australia
C
Idea of concurrent subjects - England
D
Directive principles of state policy - Ireland
Question 96
What is the maximum age for being the President?
A
60 years
B
65 years
C
70 years
D
no age limit
Question 97
Maximum number of seats in the Rajya Sabha is in
A
Andhra Pradesh
B
Bihar
C
Uttar Pradesh
D
West Bengal
Question 98
Who is legally competent to declare war?
A
President
B
Prime Minister
C
Parliament
D
Lok Sabha
Question 99
The Vice-President of India holds office
A
during the pleasure of the President
B
for a term of 5 years
C
for a term of 4 years
D
during the pleasure of the Prime Minister
Question 100
The council of Ministers is responsible?
A
The Prime Minister
B
The President
C
The people
D
The Parliament
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