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Tuesday, 14 April 2020

Indian Polity: Questions and Answers (Chapter: 11)

Indian Polity: Questions and Answers 
(Chapter: 11)

501. Who determines whether a bill is a money bill: 
Speaker

502. When did Constituent Assembly meet for the first time as a sovereign body for the dominion of India: 
14th August 1947

503. The Constituent Assembly had to draw up a Constitution within the framework of the: 
Cabinet Mission

504. The system of parliamentary democracy in India has been modelled on the system of: 
Britain

505. The most profound influence was exerted on the Constitution of India by: 
Govt of India Act, 1935

506. How many members have to support a no-confidence motion in Parliament:
50

507. Who is generally the ex-officio chancellor of a university in a state: Governor

508. Which amendment of the Constitution empowered the Parliament to amend any part of the Constitution including preamble:
24

509. Which Amendment provided for an authoritative text of the Constitution in Hindi: 
58th

510. The longest of the three lists in the Seventh Schedule of the Constitution: Union list

511. Who is the counterpart of the Attorney General in the state:
Advocate General

512. The budget is presented in the Lok Sabha by the Finance Minister in the name of the ......of India.: 
President

513. The members of the State Public Service Commission are appointed by the _____ and can be removed by the President on the advice of Supreme Court: 
Governor

514. The Winter session of Lok Sabha begins in the month of:
November

515. Motions of no confidence against the government can only be introduced and passed in the......: 
Lok Sabha

516. The number of schedules in the Constitution of India when it was brought into force: 
8

517. A Secretary of state for India was constituted for the first time by: 
Govt of India Act, 1858

518. Who is the head of the executive power of the state: 
Governor

519. Finance Commission is appointed once in...... years: 
Five

520. Financial Emergency as per Article 360 of the Indian Constitution cannot be imposed by the Union in the state of:
Jammu and Kashmir

521. Mazdoor Kisan Shakti Sangathan (MKSS) is the organisation that paved the way for Right to Information Act. It was an organisation in: 
Rajasthan

522. The Article related to the prohibition of cow slaughter: 
48

523. An ordinance made by the Governor automatically ceases to operate on the expiry of ..... from the re-assembly of State Legislature:  
Six Weeks

524. Which Article under Directive Principles of State Policy is related to the prohibition of intoxicating drinks and drugs:
47

525. The number of Fundamental Duties in the Indian Constitution:
11

526. In which Article of the Constitution Fundamental Duties are mentioned: 
51A

527. The largest amendment of the Indian Constitution was: 
42nd

528. The 42nd Amendment was introduced after the recommendations of ..... Committee: 
Swaran Singh

529. Which Amendment of the Constitution reduced the voting age from 21 years to 18 years for Lok Sabha and State Assemblies: 
61st

530. How many Indian states have the Legislative Council: 
7

531. The budget session of Lok Sabha begins in the month of: 
February

532. In the original constitution the minimum voting age was fixed at: 
21 years

533. What portion of  the members of the Legislative Council are elected by local bodies: 
1/3

534. Right to Education Act (RTA) has become legally enforceable law from: 
1st April 2010

535. Which Article of the Constitution is related to ‘Protection in respect of convict of offenders’:
20

536. What portion of  the members of the Legislative Council are elected by teachers: 
1/12

537. Which Article of the Constitution is related to ‘Protection of life and personal liberty’: 
21

538. The maximum age limit for election to the office of the Vice President of India: 
No limit

539. The number of languages in the Eighth Schedule when it was brought into force: 
14

540. Which Article of the Constitution is related to ‘Protection against arrest and detention in certain cases’: 
22

541. Which article is related to ‘Freedom of Press’: 
Article 19(1) (a)

542. Which Article was inserted by the 86th amendment of the Constitution to the list of Fundamental Rights:
21A

543. What is the share of the members of the Legislative Council who are elected by the Members of State Legislative Assembly: 
1/3

544. Who addresses the first parliament meeting after the election: 
President

545. The president has the power to suspend the enforcement of any or all the Fundamental Rights during an emergency as per Article: 
359

546. Which Article enacts that all persons are equally entitled to freedom of conscience and the right freely to profess, practice and propagate religion:
25

547. What portion of  the members of the Legislative Council are elected by University graduates: 
1/12

548. Which Article states that “State shall try to promote cottage industries”:
43

549. The Untouchability Offences Act was passed by the Parliament in: 
1955

550. The Fundamental Rights in the Indian Constitution have similarity with the Bill of Rights in the Constitution of:
USA

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