SSC CHSL - Indian Constitution and Polity GK Question and Answers Set-31

Indian Constitution and Polity
SSC CHSL - Indian Constitution and Polity GK Question and Answers Set-31:
The list of Indian Polity GK Questions is given here for SSC /FCI and all other competitive Exams. Those who are all preparing for the SSC Exams can use this Material

1). As per the provisions of the Constitution, the proceeds of which one of the following taxes has to be compulsorily divided between the Union and the States?
a)    Customs Duty
b)    Income Tax
c)    Excise Duty
d)    It depends on the recommendations of Finance Commission

2). The Second Scheduled of the Constitution is related to
a)    Division of Powers between the Union and States
b)    The representation of States in Rajya Sabha
c)    The provision of States in Rajya Sabha
d)    The provision of the salary of some important functionaries of the Government
e)    The forms of oath prescribed for different officials/ functionaries

3). A member of the State Public Service Commission is removed from his office by
a)    The President
b)    The Governor
c)    The Vidhan Sabha
d)    The Council of Ministers of the State

4). What is the maximum limit of time to which the National Emergency is extended under Art. 356?
a)    Six months
b)    One year
c)    Three years
d)    No time limit has been fixed

5). What is/are the ground or grounds mentioned in the Constitution to initiate impeachment proceedings against the President of India?
a)    Proved misbehavior or incapacity
b)    Corruption
c)    Violation of the Constitution
d)    All the above

6). In case the offices of both the Speaker and the Dy. Speaker of the Lok Sabha become vacant who will preside over the meetings of the House?
a)    Senior most member of the Lok Sabha
b)    The first member of the panel of Chairpersons apprived by the House
c)    A member designated by the President
d)    A member nominated by the House

7). An Impeachment Motion against the President, in order to be passed in a House, should be supported by
a)    Not less than 2/3 members present and voting in the House
b)    Not less than 2/3 members of the total membership of the House
c)    The simple majority of the total membership of the House
d)    The special majority of the House

8). Who was NOT a member of the Drafting Committee of the Constitution throughout the full term of the Committee?
a)    Krishnaswami Iyer
b)    K.M. Munsi
c)    D.P. Khetan
d)    Moh. Sahullah

9). Given below are some of the important functionaries of the Constituent Assembly and their positions. Which one of the following pairs is not correctly matched?
a)    Constitutional Advisor – B.N. RaO
b)    Temporary President of the Constituent Assembly  - Sachhidanand sinha
c)    A member of the Drafting Committee – B.L Mittar
d)    Permanent President of the Constituent Assembly – Dr. Ambekar

10). The ‘Objective Resolution’ adopted by the Constituent Assembly on Jan. 22, 1947 was drafted by
a)    Jawaharlal Nehru
b)    Dr. B. R. Ambedkar
c)    Dr. Rajendra Prasad
d)    B. N. Rao

1).b)   2).c)   3).a)   4).d)   5).c)   6).c)   7).b)   8).c)   9).d)  10).a)  

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