Indian Constitution and Polity GK Question Set-33

Indian Constitution and Polity
Indian Constitution and Polity GK Question and Answers Set-33:
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).Which one of the following statements regarding the judicial review in India is NOT correct?
a)    A case must be brought before the Supreme court regarding the validity of a law
b)    Unanimous opinion of all the judges is necessary for declaring a law null and void
c)    Legislative enactments and executive orders may be struck down by the Supreme Court
d)    This power is implicit in the provisions of Article 13 of the Constitution

2).Which one of the following items comes under the Concurrent list of the Indian Constitution?
a)    Inter - State rivers
b)    Trade unions
c)    Citizenship
d)    Local Government

3).In which of the following categories of cases has the Supreme court of India has the power to decide
1.    A reference made by the President on a question of law or fact
2.    A case involving a substantial question of law of general importance
3.    A case where constitutionality of any law has been challenged
4.    A case involving interpretation of the Constitution
Choose the correct answer from the code given below:
a)    1, 2 and 3
b)    1, 3 and 4
c)    1, 2 and 4
d)    2, 3 and 4
4).Which of the following statements regarding the residuary powers in the Constitution of India is NOT correct?
e)    Residuary powers have been given to the Union Parliament
f)     In matters of residuary powers, the Constitution follows the provisions devised by the British Government before Independence 
g)    The final authority to decide whether a matter falls under the residuary powers or not in Parliament
h)    The Government of India Act, 1935 placed residuary powers in the hands of Governor-General

5).Which of the following are the principles on the basis of which the Parliamentary System of Government in India operate?
1.    Nominal Executive head
2.    Vice-President as Chairman of the Upper House
3.    Real Executive Authority with the Council of Ministers
4.    Executive responsibility to the Lower House
Choose the correct answer from the code given below:
a)    1, 2 and 3
b)    1, 2 and 4
c)    1, 3 and 4
d)    2, 3 and 4
6).Which one of the following is NOT the concern of local government?
a)    Public Health
b)    Sanitation
c)    Public Utility Services
d)    Maintenance of Public Order

7).Which one of the following has enhanced its powers from delegated legislation?
a)    The Legislature
b)    The Legislative Committee
c)    The Civil Services
d)    The Council of Ministers

8).Which of the following statements regarding the Article 22 of the Constitution of India are correct?
1.    The fundamental right conferred by this article protects persons against arrests and detention in certain cases
2.    This fundamental right is guaranteed to both citizens and non-citizens
3.    The rights guaranteed under this provision are applicable to those arrested under laws providing for preventive detention
4.    The rights guaranteed under this article are not applicable to enemy aliens.
Choose the correct answer from the code given below:
a)    1, 2 and 3
b)     2 and 4
c)    1, 2 and 4
d)    1 and 3

9). A writ of prohibition is an order issued by the Supreme Court or High Court which
a)    Affects the subject of production and consumption of liquor
b)    Prohibits the police from arresting a person
c)    Prohibits the administrative authority from taking a particular action
d)    Prohibits a quasi – judicial authority from proceeding with a case

10).Which one of the following is NOT included as a Fundamental duty in the Constitution of India?
a)    To Cherish and follow the noble ideals which inspired our national struggle
b)    To develop the scientific temper, humanism and the spirit of inquiry and reform
c)    To protect the minorities
d)    To safeguard public property and to abjure violence

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


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