Set-8 Indian Polity (English) Railway NTPC and Railway Group D 2019 Previous Year Questions |

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Set-8 Indian Polity Previous Year Questions

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1.A law passed by a state on a concurrent subject gets precedence over the law of the centre
1. if it was passed earlier than the central law
2. if it was passed by the state legislature and approved by the President before enactment of the central law
3. if the Supreme Court so decides
4. if the majority of state legislatures so decide

Ans:2

2.The Constitution of India has created
1. a very weak centre
2. a very strong centre
3. a Centre which is weak during normal times but very strong during emergencies
4. none of the above

Ans:2

3.The Parliament can legislate on any subject in the state list
1. if the Rajya Sabha declares by a two-third majority resolution that it is expedient to do so in national interest
2. for the implementation of international treaties or agreements
3. if two or more states make a request to Parliament to do so
4. in all the above cases

Ans:4

4.The central government can issue directions to the state with regard to subjects in
1. the union list
2. the state list
3. the concurrent list
4. all these lists

Ans:4

5.The High Court of a State is directly under
1. The President
2. The Supreme Court of India
3. The Governor of the state
4. The Chief Justice of India

Ans:2

6.The number of judges of High Court is determined by
1. The Chief Justice of India
2. The President of India
3. The Governor of the state
4. The Parliament

Ans:2

7.On what ground can a judge of a High Court be removed?
1. Proved misbehaviour or incapacity
2. Insolvency
3. Insanity
4. All the above

Ans:1

8.The Legislature of which one of the following states passed a resolution in December 2005 demanding creation of a separate High Court for the state
1. Haryana
2. Sikkim
3. Punjab
4. None of the above

Ans:1

9.Judicial activism has enhanced the powers and prestige of
1. The Supreme Court
2. The political parties
3. The President
4. The Parliament

Ans:1

10.Which of the following defects of judicial activism has been wrongly listed?
1. It has added to the arrears of the courts because the courts have tended to entertain public interest litigations even on trivial matters
2. The courts have tended to assume a positive policy-making role which has actually been assigned by the Constitution to the representatives of the people
3. It has greatly undermined the position of the judiciary
4. None of the above

Ans:3

11.In the Supreme Court of India the number of Judges including the Chief Justice is now
1. 20
2. 21
3. 25
4. 31

Ans:4

12.What are the Panchayats in three-tier Panchayati Raj System?
1. Gram Panchayat
2. Block Samati
3. Jila Parishads
4. all of the above

Ans:4

13.G V K Rao committee on Panchayat raj is constituted on –
1. 1970
2. 1975
3. 1980
4. 1985

Ans:4

14.Who appoints the Chief Minister?
1. The Governor of the State
2. The Prime Minister
3. The Legislative Assembly
4. The Supreme Court

Ans:1

15.Who presides over the meetings of the council of ministers in a state
1. The Governor
2. The Chief Minister
3. Speaker of legislative assembly
4. None of the above

Ans:2

16.Who among the following enjoys the distinction of being the first woman Dalit Chief Minister of a state?
1. Nandani Satpati
2. Padmaja Naidu
3. Mayawati
4. Sarojani Naidu

Ans:3

17.In the event of the death or resignation of a Chief Minister
1. The senior most member of the council of ministers takes over as the Chief Minister
2. The Chief Justice of the High Court assumes the duties of Chief Minister
3. The council of ministers automatically stands dissolved
4. The Governor immediately appoints a new Chief Minister

Ans:3

18.The State council of ministers hold office during the pleasure of
1. The legislative assembly
2. The legislative council
3. Both the houses of the state legislature
4. The Governor

Ans:4

19.The members of the legislative assembly are
1. Elected by the people
2. Elected by the local bodies
3. Nominated by the Governor
4. Returned through all three methods

Ans:1

20.The members of the legislative assembly are elected for a term of
1. Three years
2. Four years
3. Five years
4. Six years

Ans:3

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