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41. Which of the following situation will bring about the collapse of the council of ministers of a state.

1. Resignation by Chief Minister.

2. Death of Chief Minister.

A. 1 only.

B. 2 only.

C. Both.

D. None.

42. Which of the following statements are correct:

1. President can nominate 2 members from the Anglo – Indian community if not adequately represented in LS.

2. Governor can nominate 2 members from the Anglo – Indian community if not adequately represented in LA.

A. 1 only.

B. 2 only.

C. Both.

D. None.

43. When in a bicameral legislature, an ordinary bill, which has originated in the assembly is rejected by the council:

A. Will be considered in a joint sitting to resolve the disagreement.

B. The assembly can override the council by passing the bill for the second time with or without any amendments.

C. The council does not have power to reject any bill that has originated in the assembly and hence the bill is deemed to have passed.

D. The bill ends and becomes dead.

44. Chief Justice of High court is appointed by:

A. The President after consultation with the CJI.

B. The President after consultation with the CJI & Governor of state.

C. The Governor on the recommendation of President who in turn consults the CJI.

D. The President after consultation with the Governor of the state & a collegium of two very senior SC judges headed by CJI.

45. Which of the following statements are correct:

1. The High court cannot issue writs to any person outside its territorial jurisdiction.

2. An aggrieved person can approach the Supreme Court directly against the decision of a tribunal.

A. 1 only.

B. 2 only.

C. Both.

D. None.

46. Correct statements with regard to Panchayati Raj Institutions are:

1. The people directly elect all members of Panchayat at the village, intermediate and district levels.

2. Governor can remove the State Election Commissioner on the recommendation of the State Legislature.

3. The 73rd Amendment act of 1992 (PRI Act) is applicable to all states except J&K.

A. 1 only.

B. 1 & 3 only.

C. 1, 2 & 3.

D. 2 & 3 only.

47. Corrects statement/s with regard to UTs is/are:

1. The parliament can make laws on any subject of three lists for the UT except Delhi and Puducherry.

2. The Lt. Governor of Delhi is not empowered to promulgate ordinances.

A. 1 only.

B. 2 only.

C. Both.

D. None.

48. Corrects statement/s with regard to Election Commission is/are:

1. The constitution debars the retiring election commissioners from any further appointment by the government.

2. The election commission is not concerned with the elections to state legislatures, for this the constitution provides for a separate state election commission.

A. 1 only.

B. 2 only.

C. Both.

D. None.

49. Which of the following statement/s is/are correct with regard to Joint State Public Service Commission (JSPSC):

1. President can provide for a JSPSC on the request of the state legislatures concerned.

2. JSPSC will be considered as a constitutional body with all the powers of a SPSC.

A. 1 only.

B. 2 only.

C. Both.

D. None.

50. Which of the following are quasi judicial bodies:

1. Finance Commission.

2. Central Vigilance Commission

3. National Human Rights Commission.

4. Central Information Commission.

5. Competition Commission of India.

6. Union Public Service Commission.

7. National Commission for SCs.

A. All except 1, 2 & 6.

B. All except 2, 4 & 6.

C. All except 6.

D. None of the above options are correct.

51. Which of the following is/are not the functions of National Commission for SCs:

1. To advise on the planning process of socio economic development of the SCs.

2. To investigate all matters relating to OBCs.

A. 1 only.

B. 2 only.

C. Both.

D. None.

52. Which of the following official/s is/are appointed by the President by Warrant under his hand and seal.

1. CAG.

2. Chairperson of National Commission of SCs.

3. Attorney General of India.

4. CVC

A. 1, 2 & 4 only.

B. 2 & 3 only.

C. 1 & 3 only.

D. 1, 2 & 3.

53. Which of the following funds/authorities/bodies can be audited by CAG:

1. Consolidated funds of India, States & UTs having legislative assembly.

2. Contingency funds of India.

3. Public account of States.

4. Receipts and expenditures of PPP.

5. Local bodies.

A. 1, 2 & 3 only.

B. 1, 2 & 5 only.

C. 1, 3, 4 & 5 only.

D. All.

54. Which of the following statement/s is/are true with regard to the Attorney General of India?

1. He/she is the highest law officer of the country.

2. He/she can be removed by the President on same grounds and in the same manner as a judge of the SC.

A. 1 only.

B. 2 only.

C. Both.

D. None.

55. Which of the following statement/s is/are true with regard to the Attorney General of India:

1. He/she can be a member of a Parliamentary committee.

2. He/she is debarred from private legal practice.

A. 1 only.

B. 2 only.

C. Both.

D. None.

56. Which is the correct order for approval of 5 year plans:

A. Planning Commission – NDC – Cabinet – Parliament .

B. Planning Commission – Cabinet – NDC – Parliament .

C. Planning Commission – NDC – Cabinet.

D. Planning Commission – Cabinet – NDC.

57. Which of the following statements are correct with regard to NHRC.

1. NHRC is neither a constitutional body nor a statutory body.

2. After their tenure Chairman & members are not eligible for further employment under the central or state government.

3. Its recommendations are binding on the concerned government or authority.

A. 1 & 2 only.

B. 2 only.

C. 1 & 3 only.

D. 1, 2 & 3.

58. Members of selection committee for the selection of chairman of NHRC consists of:

1. PM.

2. Speaker.

3. Deputy Chairman of RS.

4. Leaders of the opposition in LS.

5. Leaders in the opposition in RS.

6. Chief Justice of India.

7. Home minister.

8. Minister of Social Justice & Welfare.

A. All except 7.

B. All except 7 & 8.

C. All except 6 & 8.

D. None of the above options are correct.

59. Which of the following statements are correct:

1. The salary, allowances and other service conditions of the Chief Information Commissioner are similar to those of the Chief Election Commissioner.

2. The salary, allowances and other service conditions of the State Information Commissioner are similar to those of the Chief Justice of High Court.

3. The salary, allowances and other service conditions of the Chief Vigilance Commissioner are similar to those of the Chairman of UPSC.

A. 1 & 3 only.

B. 1 & 2 only.

C. 2 & 3 only.

D. 1, 2 & 3.

60. Which of the following articles are correctly matched:

1. Election Commission – Article 338.

2. Finance Commission – Article 280.

3. National Commission for SCs – Article. 324

4. CAG – Article 148.

5. Attorney General of India – Article 76.

A. All except 1 & 5.

B. All except 1 & 3.

C. All except 2 & 5.

D. None of the above options are correct.

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