Thursday, 26 November 2015


>>Who is appointed as an adhoc judge of the Supreme Court ?c
(a)A person fully qualified for appointment as a Judge of the Supreme Court
(b)A sitting judge of a High Court duly qualified for appointment as a SupremeCourt Judge
(c)A retired judge of Supreme Court
(d)An acting judge of the Supreme Court

>>The Right to Public Office" is a?2
1 Moral right
2 Civil right
3 Political right
4 Economic right

>>article 50 deals with separation of judiciary from executive.
>>article 60 deals with oath or affirmation by the President.

>>What are the constitutional provisions with respect to the prevention of prostitution ? 

Articles 23 and 24 of Part III of the Constitution provide to everyperson the Fundamental Right 
against exploitation.Article 23 prohibits the traffic in human beings and practice of forcedlabor.
Keeping in view the provisions of Article 23, the Governmentof India enacted the Suppression of 
immoral Traffic in Women and Girls Act, 1956.

>>Part XVII ???
deals with official languages.
>>Part XV ???

administration of sc,st and bc.part XV consists of art 330-342

>>the federal scheme, Office of the Governor, Role of federal judiciary,Emergency provisions in our Constition are taken from?2
1.Govt of India Act,1919
2.Govt of India Act,1935
3.UK Constitution

>>Part XVIII ?
deals with emergency provisions (article 352 to article 360)

>>>which of the following rights can be claimed only by the citizens of India?d
1)Freedom of speech
2)Right to form association
3)Equality before Law
4)Freedom to assemble peacefully without arms
select the correct answer from the code given below:

>>Dual Citizenship is allowed in which country/s? c

>>who was the first indian scientist to become the member of parliament?3
1-vikram sarabhai
3-meghnad saha
>>Under the Constitution of Jammu and Kashmir, people enjoy theDUAL citizenship. 
It has a separate state constitution adopted by J & K Constituent Assembly( Jan 26,1957)

>>Freedom of Speech under the Indian Constitution is subject to reasonablerestriction on the ground of protection of -a
a)Sovereignty and Integrity of the country
b)The dignity of the office of the Prime Minister
c)The dignity of Council of Minister
d)The dignity of Constitutional functionaries

>>Which one of the following was described by Dr Ambedkar as the 'heart and soul'of the Constitution ?
a)Right to equality
b)Right against exploitation
c) Right to Constitutional Remedies
d) Right to Freedom of religion

Right to constitutional remedies... Article 32... Five type of writs can be used: Habeas Corpus, Mandamus, Prohibition, Quo-warranto and Certiorari

>>the salaries and allowances of all the higher posts that is president, primeminister, governor etc. 
of india has been described in which schedule ?b
a) first b) second c) sixth d) seventh

>>Which of the following categories of Fundamental Rights incorporate"Abolition of Untouchability' ?b
a) The Right to religion
b) The Right to equality
c) The Right against exploitation
d) The Right to Freedom

>>our constitution recieves amendibility from the article?c
a) 363 b) 365 c) 368 d) 370

>>we have adopted emergency provisions from which country?a
a) Germany b) Australia c) Britain d) Ireland

>>Fundamental Rights were taken from US bill of rights,
Parliamentry form of government from England,
President as head of executive and supreme commander of forces from US,
Emergency provisions from Germen Reich Constitution,
DPSP from Ireland 
The founding fathers of our constitution made itclear that they were not 
righting on clean slate as number of provisions were taken from different countries 
and almost 75%of constitution was regeneration of Government of India Act,1935

Q:Which rail zones has the maximum route kilometres?
Northern Railways-6968 kms
Western Railways-6182 kms
>>dispute relating to water of inter-state rivers or river valleys in the article?4

>>The pension of a high court judge is charged to the?a
A. Consolidated Fund of India
B. Consolidated Fund of the state where he last served
C. Consolidated Funds of the different states where he has served

>>What is the procedure for removal of CAG ?
He is removed similar like that of judges of Sc orHc

>>The power to decide an election petition is vested in the 
A. Parliament
B. Supreme Court
C. High courts
D. Election Commission

depends upon the kind of election:
if the election petition relates to elections to LS, RS, Legislativeassembly & council... then it is high courts
If it relates to president & VP election .. the only authority to decide on the petition is Supreme court

>>The power of Judicial Review has been confered on the SupremeCourt to check the arbitrary power of the?c
(a) Executive
(b) President
(d)Council of Minister

>>If the parliament passes a law which is against the Constitution, it can be declared as unconstitutional by the?c
(a) Chief Justice of India
(b) A bench of High Court Judges
(c)Supreme Court
SC as guardian of Constitution

>>The High Court dose not have the original jurisdiction in matters relating to?a
(a) Civil and Criminal cases decided by subordinate court
(b) Fundamental Rights
(c)State revenue and its collection
(d)Divorce and marriage
Ans is
>>Which of the following types of Judicial system dose India Posssess ?d
(a)Double judicial set up
(b)Single Court set up
(c)Federal Judicial system
(d)Single Judicial Hierarchy

>>Which of the following has the right to revise its earlier dicisions ?a
(a) Only Supreme Court
(b) None of these
(C)Only High Court
(d)Both the Supreme Court and High Court

only Supreme court has Revisory Jurisdiction, as mentioned in article 137. HCdoesnt posses any such type of jurisdiction .

>>The Parliament enjoys legislative power over subjects in?c 
A. the union list only
B. the concurrent list only
C. both union and concurrent list
D. all the three lists, viz. union list, state list and the concurrentlist

>>Who among the following is mainly concerned with the task of the assessment of the land revenue and property taxes ?(a) Commissioner(b) Collector

Naib Tehsildar(d)

(c)Tehsildar is the right ans
>>State shall preserve and improve the breeds and prohibit theslaughter of cows, calves and other cows and drought Articke number .......?
 Article 48 in constitution of india 1949
>>difference between Attorney General nd solicitor general
both are law officers.. attorney general is a constitutional postwhereas solicitor general is nt constitutional one.. sg assists the ag..AG is the highest law officer of nation.

Who among the following has the Constitutional authority to make rules regardingthe manner of enforcing for orders of the Supreme Court ?(a) Attorney General of Indiab)Union Law Minister


Chief Justice of India
 Art 142 states that the orders passed by the SC shall be madeenforceable in a manner prescribed by law passed by legislature.. butuntil such provision is made, the orders are to be enforceable by thepresidential order.So the answer is C! A civil case become a fit case for appeal to the Supreme Court if (a) It involves a point of Constitutional law(b) The case had come to the High Court under an appeal from asubordinate court

It involves a sum of money over Rs 10,000(d)

The High Court certifies that it involve a point of law and needsinterpretation of the constitution
The High Court certifies that it involve a point of law and needsinterpretation of the constitution
>>The first Law commission was set up in?a
(a) 1955
(b) 1947
(c) 1975
(d) 1965

>>The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court is appointed by the President?a
(a) In consulation with the Judges of the supreme court and the HighCourt
(b) Alone
(c)In consulation with the Governor
(d)In consulation with the Judges of the supreme court alone

Every Judge of the Supreme Court shall be appointed by the President by warrant 
under his hand and seal after consultation with such of the Judges of the
Supreme court and of the High Courts in the States as the President may deem necessary for the purpose.

>>The Law declared by the Supreme Court shall be binding on all courts
 within the territory of India in accordance with Article?c
(a) 130
(b) 136
(c) 141
(d) 124

>>The First Election Commissioner of India was?3
1 Dr.Nagendra Singh
2 S.P.Sen Verma
3 Sukumar Sen
4 K.V.K.Sundaram

>>By whom and on whose advice is the State Council of Ministers appointed
?By governor on advice of CM

>>Who treated as Soverign in in the constitution of India ?4
1.Prime Minister of India
2.President of India
3.Parliament of India
4.The People

>>In India,the Governor of the states are appointed by?4
1.The Prime Minister
2.The Parliament
3.The Chief Ministers
4.The President

>>Who was responsible for the superintendence,control and conduct of elections to parliament and State Legislature?3
1.The Central Government
2.The State Government
3.The Election Commission of India
4.The President of India 

>>Main Standing Committe of Lok Sabha are?4
1.Committe on Public Accounts
2.Estimates Committe
3.Committee on Public Undertaking
4.All the Above
all the above...time period for each one year...member here selected by pr and single transferable vote
...xcept others generally member of ruling party as chairman.

>>How many Fundamental Duties have been enumerated in theconstitution of India?

first it was10 then art. 51a(k) was added later on for rte(Right to Education) 11 i 86th amendment.?2

>>The Chairman of the Finance Commission must be
1 An Economist of high calibre
2 A person having experience in Public Affairs
3 An expert from Judiciary-level of High Court Judge
4 A person of Finance and Banking field

>>From which fund can the unanticipated expenditure be met without the prior approval of the Parliament?4
1 Vote-on-Account
2 Consolidated Fund of India
3 From the Treasury
4 Contingency Fund of India

>>Who is the Chief Law Officer of India?4
1 Advocate General
2 Solicitor General
3 Secretary, Law Department
4 Attorney General

 Attorney 76

>>Which of the following bills cannot be introduced first in the Rajya Sabha?2
1 Bill bringing a State under the President's rule
2 Money Bill
3 Bill pertaining to the removal of the President by impeachment
4 Bill proclaiming all the State of emergency arising out of war or external aggression.

>>Indian Constitution was Inaugurated on?2
1.Jan 26,1947
2.Jan 26,1949
3.Jan 26,1950
4.Jan 27,1949

>>>article-21A is..?

Article 21 A: Right to Education The State shall provide free and compulsory 
education to all children of the age of 6 to 14 years in such manner as the State, 
by law, may determine.

>>The work of General Purpose Committe is to advise ?3
1.The president
2.The vice-president
3.The speaker
4.The Prime Minister

>>article 51A is.......?
To abide by the Constitution and respect its ideals and institutions, 
the national Flag and the National Anthem..

>>Full statehood was cofered to Arunachal Pradesh by the---------Amendment of the constitution?1

>>The Constitution of India provides a ?2
1.Presidential form Govt 
2.Parliamentry System 
3.Cabinet System of Government
4.Bicameral System of government

>>Mr.P.V.Narashima Rao is the--------- Prime Minister of India?4

>>Secularism means?c
(a) Suppression of all religions
(b) A system of politics
(c) Separation of religion from State
(d) Freedom of worship to minorities

dts d meaning of secularism in refernce of our constitution.

>>explain the term 'Plural Executive' ?

Plural executive is merit of parliamentary system of government.
Unlike US,where executive power is vestd insingle person (i.e prez) only,
in india it lies with the council of ministers or more specificaly with the cabinet,
thus it checksthe autocratic or despotic tendancies of executive....!

199 money bill(state legislature)
161 govrnr pardonin power.
200 assent of bills(state.L)
110 money bill(union.L)
112 N 202 Annual financial statement (for union n state resp)

>>Which of the following is not a basic feature of the Indian Constitution ?a
(a) Presidential Government
(b) Liberty
(c) Parliamentary Government
(d) Federal Government

answer shud b ours is parliamentry system of govt...
fedralism is dere in our constitution as it is said dat structure
 of constitution is fedral but its working is quasi fedral...

>>Which is not a function of the Constitution ?b
(a) It lays down the limits of governmental authority.
(b) It strengthens the hands of rulers to rule according to their discretion.
(c) It acts as a source of power and authority of the government.
(d) It minimizes confusion and conflict between various organs of government.

>>The part of the Constitution that reflects the mind and ideals of the farmers is?a
(a) Directive Principles
(b) Citizenship
(c) Fundamental Rights
(d) Preamble

>>The source of India's sovereignty lies in the?b
(a) People of India
(b) Preamble to the Constitution
(c) President of U.S.A.
(d) Prime Minister

Preamble to the Constitution

>>Separation of the Judiciary from the Executive is enjoined by?c
(a) Seventh Schedule
(b) Judicial decision
(c) Directive Principle
(d) Preamble

the answer is c)... art 50 (DPSP) calls for separation of judiciary fromexecutive

>>What is the Anti-Defection Law?
The Tenth Schedule — popularly known as the Anti-Defection Act —
was included in the Constitution in 1985 by the Rajiv Gandhi ministry 
and sets the provisions for disqualification of elected members on the 
grounds of defection to another political party.

The law was added via the 52nd Amendment Act, 1985, soon after the Rajiv government came to
power with a thumping majority in the wake of the assassination of
prime minister Indira Gandhi. TheCongress had won 401 seats in the Lok Sabha.

articles coverd 102 n 191.

>>the word Economic Justice is found in?d
(a) Preamble
(b) Preamble, Fundamental Rights, Directive Principles
(c) Preamble, Fundamental Rights
(d) Preamble, Directive Principles

>>The Indian Constitution is regarded as?b
(a) Parliamentary
(b) Federal in form and Unitary in spirit
(c) Federal
(d) Unitary

>>Which of the following does not conform to the Parliament system prevalent in India?a
(a) Plural Executive
(b) Collective Responsibility
(c) Separation of powers
(d) Muliparty system

Plural Executive
>>There is a Parliamentary system of government in India because?d
(a) The Lok Sabha is directly elected by the people
(b) The Rajya Sabha cannot be dissolved
(c) The Parliament can amend the Constituiton
(d) The Council of Ministers is responsible in the Lok Sabha
 Ans is d article 75.

>>At the time of enactment of the Constitution which one of the following ideals was not include in the Preamble ?d
(a) Equality
(b) Liberty
(c) Justice
(d) Socialist

ans is d
included in 42 amendment.

>>The concept of welfare state is included in which part of the Indian Constitution ?a
(a) Directive Principles of State Policy
(b) 4th Schedule of the Constitution
(c) The Preamble of the Constitution
(d) Fundamental Rights 

>>What does the term sovereignity Signify ?b
(a) Freedom from legal constraints
(b) Freedom from feudal rule
(c) Freedom from military rule
(d) Freedom from British rule

>>Which of the following features of the Constitution of India does not resemble the American Constitution ?b
(a) Fundamental Rights
(b) Parliamental form of Government
(c) Written Constitution
(d) Federal form of government

Parliamentary form of govt is the right answer as United statesfollow Presidential form of govt.

>>Which of the following is a feature of the Parliamentary form of Government ?d
(a) Legislature is responsible to Executive
(b) Executive is responsible to Legislature
(c) Executive is responsible to Judiciary
(d) Judiciary is responsible to Executive

>>In which of the following case/s the six rights guaranteed by article 19 can be suspended?c
1.      External Aggression.
2.      Internal Emergency.
3.      When Martial Law is in force.
A.    1 only.
B.     2 & 3 only.
C.     1 & 3 only.
D.    1, 2 & 3.
>>Which of the following rights is/are available to foreigners in India.?a
1.      Right to Education.
2.      Right to Information.
A.    1 only.
B.     2 only.
C.     Both.
D.    None.
>>Article 21 declares that ?c
No person shall be deprived of his life or personal liberty except according to procedure established by law.”
The protection under article 21 is:
A.    Against arbitrary legislative action.
B.     Against arbitrary executive action.
C.     Both A & B.
D.    None.
>>Which of the following statement/s is/are correct:?a
1.      Right to Information is a fundamental right enshrined in article 19 (1) of the constitution.
2.      Supreme Court of India is not under the purview of RTI act.
A.    1 only.
B.     2 only.
C.     Both.
D.    None.
>>Article 32 confers the right to remedies for the enforcement of the FR of an aggrieved citizen. Consider the following statements w.r.t article 32?d
1.      Parliament can suspend this right during national emergency.
2.      Only SC shall have the power to issue writs for the enforcement of any of the FR.
Correct statement/s is/are:
A.    1 only.
B.     2 only.
C.     Both.
D.    None
>>Which of the following right/s is/are enshrined in Article 21 – “No person shall be deprived of his life or personal liberty except according to procedure established by law.”?c
1.      Right to speedy trial.
2.      Right against delayed execution.
A.    1 only.
B.     2 only.
C.     Both.
D.    None
>>Which of the following writs can be issued against administrative authorities?b
A.    Prohibition, Certiorari & Mandamus.
B.     Certiorari & Mandamus.
C.     Prohibition & Mandamus.
D.    Prohibition & Certiorari.
>>The directive principles were made non – justiciable and legally non – enforceable because:?c
1.      The country did not possess sufficient financial resources to implement them.
2.      There was widespread backwardness in the country that could stand in the way of implementation.
A.    1 only.
B.     2 only.
C.     Both.
D.    None
>>Which of the following statement/s is/are correct.?b
1.      The directive principles are meant to establish Political Democracy.
2.      The directive principles are meant to establish Social Democracy.
3.      The directive principles are meant to establish Economic Democracy.
A.    1 only.
B.     2 & 3 only.
C.     1 & 3 only.
D.    1, 2 & 3.
>>Which of the following statement/s is/are correct.?c
1.      Fundamental Rights enjoy legal supremacy over Directive principles.
2.      The parliament can amend the Fundamental Rights for implementing the directive principles.
A.    1 only.
B.     2 only.
C.     Both.
D.    None.
>>Which of the following statement/s is/are correct regarding Constitutional Amendment bill.?b
1.      Prior permission of President is required before introducing the constitutional amendment bill in parliament.
2.      President must give his assent to the bill if duly passed by both houses.
A.    1 only.
B.     2 only.
C.     Both.
D.    None
>>The emoluments, allowances, privileges and so on of Governor can be altered by:?a
A.    A Constitutional Amendment Bill passed by simple majority of Parliament.
B.     A Constitutional Amendment Bill passed by special majority of Parliament.
C.     A Constitutional Amendment Bill passed by special majority of the Parliament and ratified by half of the state legislatures.
D.    By a normal legislative process that does not require Constitutional Amendment.
>>Which of the following is/are federal feature/s of our constitution.?d
1.      Supremacy of the Constitution.
2.      Rigid Constitution.
3.      Independent Judiciary.
A.    1 only.
B.     2 & 3 only.
C.     1 & 3 only.
D.    1, 2 & 3.
>>Which of the following statements are true about Centre – State relations.?a
1.      In respect to matters enumerated in the concurrent list, the executive power rests with the states.
2.      In respect to matters enumerated in the concurrent list, the legislative power rests with the centre.
A.    1 only.
B.     2 only.
C.     Both.
D.    None.
>>Which of the following statements are true about Centre – State relations.?c
1.      During the proclamation of emergency (Article 352) the center can give direction to a state on any matter.
2.      During the proclamation of emergency (Article 352) President can modify the constitutional distribution of revenues between the Centre & the states.
A.    1 only.
B.     2 only.
C.     Both.
D.    None.
>>Which of the following statements are correct.?c
1.      The chairman and members of state PSC are appointed by the Governor, but can be removed only by the President.
2.      The state Election Commissioner is appointed by the Governor but can be removed only by the President.
A.    1 only.
B.     2 only.
C.     Both.
D.    None.
>>Which of the following statement is correct with regard to Proclamation of Emergency.?d
A.    Resolution approving & disapproving the proclamation of emergency is to be passed by either house of parliament by a special majority.
B.     Resolution approving & disapproving the proclamation of emergency is to be passed by either house of parliament by a simple majority.
C.     Resolution disapproving the proclamation of emergency is to be passed by either house of parliament by a simple majority.
D.    None of these.
>>Which of the following situation/s will be proper to impose Presidents rule in a state (Article 356).?a
1.      Where after general elections to the assembly, no party secures a majority.
2.      Serious maladministration in the state.
3.      Stringent financial exigencies of the state.
A.    1 only.
B.     2 & 3 only.
C.     1 & 3 only.
D.    1, 2 & 3.
>>Which of the following situation/s are correct with regard to Proclamation of Financial Emergency (Article 360).?b
1.      It can be extended to an indefinite period with an approval of the parliament for every six months.
2.      A resolution approving the proclamation of financial emergency is to be passed by either house of parliament by simple majority.
3.      The President may issue directions for reduction of salaries and allowances of Supreme Court and High Court Judges.
A.    1 only.
B.     2 & 3 only.
C.     1 & 3 only.
D.    1, 2 & 3.
>>The Electoral College for President’s election consist of:?c
1.      Elected members of both the houses of parliament.
2.      Elected members of the legislative assemblies.
3.      Elected members of all Union Territories.
A.    1.
B.     2 & 3.
C.     1 & 2.

D.    1, 2 & 3.

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