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Tuesday, 18 December 2018

Constitution of India- Questions and Answers 53

1326. The elective strength of the Lok Sabha was increased by the:
31st Amendment 

1327. The Deputy Chairman of the Rajya Sabha can be removed by a resolution:
Moved by Rajya Sabha and passed by Lok Sabha 

1328. In the Interim Government formed in 1946, the vice president of the executive council was:
Jawaharlal Nehru 

1329. A deadlock between the Lok Sab­ha and the Rajya Sabha calls for a joint sitting of the Parliament during the passage of: 
Ordinary legislation

1330. The concept of Public Interest Litigation was originated in:
The United States 

1331. What is the maximum age pre­scribed for election as President of India? 
No such limit

1332. Who is considered the guardian of the public purse?
Comptroller and Auditor General 

1333. The contingency fund of the state is operated by the: 
Governor

1334. Who acts as the chancellor of State Universities?
Governor 

1335. The residuary powers of leg­islation in case of jammu and Kashmir belongs to:
The State Legislative 

1336. Who is regarded as the 'Father of All India Services'? 
Sardar Patel

1337. The origin of UPSC can be traced to: 
1919 Act

1338. The National Commission for women was set up in:
1992 

1339. Who was the chairman of Sec­ond Administrative Reforms Commission?
M. Veerappa Molly 

1340. The National Commission for SC and ST bifurcated into two bodies by which amendment of the constitution? 
89th Amendment, 2003

1341. In which year was the National Other Backward Classes Com­mission set up? 
1993

1342. Comptroller and Auditor General of india is a friend and guide of:
Public Account Committee

1343. The number of Vice Presidents of India, who later became the President of India is:
Seven 

1344. In which state does the Governor nominate women to the Assem­bly? 
jammu and Kashmir

1345.The word ombudsman is derived from the root 'ombud' which is Swedish and means: 
A person who acts as a repre­sentative of another person 

1346. Which article of the Constitution provides for the formation of new states?
Article 2 

1347. 'Law Day' is celebrated in India on:
26th November 

1348. Under which article of the Consti­tution, the executive power of the Union is vested in the President?
Article 53 (1) 

1349. The Lok Sabha Secretariat comes under the supervision of 
Speaker of Lok Sabha

1340. Under which article of our Con­stitution, the Governor can re­serve the bill for the considera­tion of the president ?
201 

1341. The joint session of both the hous­es of Parliament is presided over by?
The Speaker 

1342. Indian constitution was prepared in
2 years 11 months 18 days

1343. The first day session of Indi­an Constituent Assembly was chaired by:
Dr. Sachidananda Sinha 

1344. The candidate for the office of the President must be sponsored by at least? 
50 electors

1345. Originally how many schedules were there in the constitution?


1346. Who can approve the withdrawal of money from the consolidated fund of india?
The Parliament

1347. In which case, the Supreme Court held that the preamble was a part of the constitution?
Keshavananda Bharati Case 

1348. The statutory status was given to the Minorities Commission in: 
1992

1349. The first non Congress Govern­ment in any Indian State was formed in:
1957 (Kerala) 

1350. The life of the Estimates Com­mittee of the Lok Sabha is: 
One year

1351. The Constituent Assembly adopted our National Flag on:
22nd July 1947 

1352. The report of the Public Ac­counts Committee of Parliament is submitted to:
The Speaker, Lok Sabha 

1353. The impeachment of the Indian President is a:
Quasi Judicial procedure 

Citizenship 
1354. The Citizenship Act 1955 prescribes Five ways to ac­quire citizenship of India:
1. By birth 
2. By descent
3. By registration 
4. By naturalization
5. By incorporation 

1355. Losing citizenship:
1. Renunciation 
2. Termination
3. Deprivation 
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