Indian Constitution and Polity GK Question Set-32

Indian Constitution and Polity
Indian Constitution and Polity GK Question and Answers Set-32:
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). The Fundamental Rights are called Fundamental because
a)    They are given by the Constitution
b)    They are protected by the Supreme Court
c)    They cannot be taken away by any law or order of the Government
d)    They are essential and natural to the development of human beings

2). The nomination form of a candidate contesting the election of the President should be proposed and seconded by how many members of Parliament?
a)    Proposed by 10 and seconded by 50
b)    Proposed by 50 and seconded by 10      
c)    Proposed by 10 and secondary by 10
d)    Proposed by 50 and secondary by 50

3). The Chairman of which of the following members of Parliamentary Committees is appointed from the members of the opposition party?
a)    Rules Committee   
b)    Committee on Parliamentary Privileges
c)    Public Accounts Committee          
d)    Estimates Committee

4). Which of the following is presided over by a person who is not a member of that House?   
a)    Lok Sabha
b)    Legislative Council of a State
c)    Rajya Sabha
d)    Zila Panchayat

5). Which of the following is NOT correct about the joint sitting of the two Houses of Parliament?
a)    A joint sitting is called by the President and presided over by the Speaker of the Lok Sabha  
b)    A Constitution Amendment Bill cannot be considered in a joint sitting
c)    A proposed joint meeting can be held even if the Lok Sabha is dissolved before the proposed date of such meeting
d)    Any member may initiate a new Bill in the joint meeting , if permitted by the presiding officer

6). The backward classes commission (Mandal Commission ) was appointed under
a)    An Act of Parliament
b)    Article 16(4)
c)    Article 340
d)    Constitution does not provide for the appointment of such a commission

7).  Article 370 of the Constitution became operative on Nov. 17, 1952. How can it be made inoperative?
a)    By the Amendment Act passed by Parliament
b)    By the President on the recommendations of the Legislative Assembly of J € K
c)    By the President on the recommendations of the Government of J € K
d)    By the order of the President on the recommendations of the Constituent Assembly of J € K


8). Who presides over the joint sittings of the two Houses of Parliament in case the Speaker of the Lok Sabha is absent?
a)    The President
b)    The Chairman of the Rajya Sabha
c)    The Dy. Speaker of the Lok Sabha
d)    A member of Parliament jointly nominated by two Houses

9). Which of the following is not related with the subject of Centre-State relations?
a)    Administrative Reforms Commission
b)    Shah Commission
c)    Sarkaria Commission  
d)    Rajamanna Committee

10). Which of the following languages was NOT included in the 8th Schedule by 71st Amendment Act, 1992?
a)    Konkani
b)    Nepali
c)    Manipuri
d)    Sanskrit

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


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