You are on page 1of 5

Indian Polity & Constitution

1.Part VI of our constitution is applicable to all the states except


__________?
(A)Arunanchal Pradesh
(B)Jammu & Kashmir
(C)Sikkim
2.A Governor of a state can be dismissed from his office by __________?
(A)State Legislative Assembly
(B)Parliament
(C)President
3.Are there any grounds laid down by the Constitution for the removal of the
Governor?
(A)Yes
(B)No
(C)In some situations
4.Who can appoint and remove the members of the State Public Service
Commission?
(A)Governor can appoint and remove
(B)Governor can appoint and President can remove
(C)Governor can appoint and parliament can remove
5.Which among the following sentences is true about " power in a state" of
India?
(A)The Governor is the head of executive power of a state and 'real
executive authority ' is vested in the Governor
(B)The Governor is the head of executive power of a state but 'real
executive authority' is vested in the Council of Ministers
(C)The Chief Minister is the head of executive power of a state but 'real
executive authority' is vested in the Governor

6.Which among the following is not true about State Legislative Council in
India?
(A)The Council is a continuing House & one-third of the members retire
in two years.
(B)Members of local bodies elect one-third of the total number of members
of the legislative council
(C)If a state legislative council is to be created or abolished , a resolution to
that effect is to be first passed by the State legislature by a two-third
majority
7.A three tier Panchayat is envisaged for states having population above
__________?
(A)15 Lakh
(B)20 Lakh
(C)25 Lakh
8.Delhi was called national Capital Territory by which amendment Act ?
(A)63rd
(B)69th
(C)74th
9.To be appointed as a judge of Supreme Court a person should have been an
advocate of a High Court for at least _________Yrs?
(A)10
(B)15
(C)12
10.The Supreme Court of India consists of the Chief Justice of India and not
more than __________other judges?
(A)20
(B)25
(C)30
Note: The parliament of India has power to make laws, organizing
jurisdiction and powers of supreme court. The number of judges can be

increased or decreased by the parliament. There was a Provision in our


constitution originally that there will be a CJ and 7 other judges. This
number was raised to 10 in 1956, 13 in 1960, 17 in 1977, 25 in 1985. The
Union cabinet on February 21, 2008 approved a proposal to increase the
number of judges in the supreme court from 26 (25+1) to 31 (30+1) .
However the bill to amend Supreme Court Act 1956 is yet to be introduced
in the parliament. So as of today 25 is the right choice.

11.Jurisdiction of Lakshadweep comes under __________?


(A)Tamil Nadu High Court
(B)Kerala High Court
(C)Kolkata High Court

12.Andaman and Nicobar being a Union Territory does not have a High
Court of its own. Andaman and Nicobar islands judiciary falls under the
supervision of the ____________?
(A)A circuit bench of the Bombay High Court at Port Blair
(B)A circuit bench of the Madras High Court at Port Blair
(C)A circuit bench of the Kolkata High Court at Port Blair
13.Which amendment made a declaration of Emergency immune from
Judicial Review?
(A)42nd
(B)44th
(C)46th
14.Which among the following is true about duration of an Emergency
under Article 356 and 352?
(A)maximum duration under Article 356 can be of three years while
under Article 352 it may continue indefinitely
(B)maximum duration under Article 352 can be of three years while under
Article 356 it may continue indefinitely
(C)maximum duration under Article 356 as well as Article 352 , is three
years

Notes:
Article 352: Prior to 44th Amendment Bill 1978, a proclamation of
emergency under article 352 could remain in force in the first instance for 2
months. However once approved by the parliament the emergency could
remain in force indefinitely. Now, the 44th amendment has cut this power of
the executive down.
After the 44th amendment, a proclamation of emergency may remain in
force in the first instance for one month. Such Proclamation, if approved by
the parliament shall remain in force for a period of 6 months (unless revoked
earlier) . For further continuance approval wuld be required from the
parliament for every 6 months. So on approval of the parliament and not on
the discretion of the executive the emergency may continue for a longer
time.
Article 356: Proclamation of emergency under article 356 may will remain
in operation for 6 months at a time but in not any case this proclamation will
remain in force for more than 3 years.
15.Which among the Indian Engineering Service, Indian Forest Service,
Indian Economic Service, Indian Statistical Service , Indian Medical Service
& Indian Defense Service does not come under all-India Services?
(A)Indian Medical Service
(B)Indian Defense Service
(C)Indian Statistical Service
16.If a High Court judgment is issued in a state's official language , a
translation in ___________must also be made available ?
(A)Hindi
(B)English
(C)None
17.Under article 368 the Indian Constitution provides___________methods
of Amendment of different portions of the constitution?
(A)two
(B)three
(C)four
18.How many members can the President nominate to Rajya Sabha & Lok
Sabha respectively ?

(A)10, 3
(B)12, 2
(C)10, 2
19.Which among the following is true regarding the resignation of the
speaker and deputy speaker ?
(A)The Speaker may resign by writing to Deputy Speaker but Deputy
Speaker may not resign by writing to Speaker
(B)The Deputy Speaker may resign by writing to Speaker but Speaker may
not resign by writing to Deputy Speaker
(C)The Deputy Speaker and Speaker may resign by writing to each
other
20.Which among the following is true regarding a power to vote money for
public expenditure?
(A)Both Lok Sabha & Rajya Sabha have power to vote money for public
expenditure
(B)Rajya Sabha only has power to vote money for public expenditure
(C)Lok Sabha only power to vote money for public expenditure