General Studies: Important for Exam: Indian Polity Test MCQ Part 19

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Q. The object of conferring ‘Judicial Power’ upon the President of India is to

(a) Put a check on the powers of the Supreme Court

(b) Correct the possible judicial errors

(c) Place the executive above the legislature and judiciary

(d) Place the President above the judiciary

Q. Which one of the following powers is exclusively vested in the Raiya Sabha?

(a) The removal of the Vice – President

(b) To initiate impeachment against the President

(c) To change the boundaries of the States in India

(d) To recommend the creation of new All India Services

Q. The Indian Constitution is largely based on the:

(a) Constitution of the USA

(b) Constitution of the UK

(c) Constitution of the USA and UK

(d) Government of India Act 1935

Q. Which of the following are correct statements with regard to the office of the Comptroller and Auditor – General of India?

1. He is the guardian of public purse

2. No money can be withdrawn from the consolidated Fund of India and State without his prior consent

3. He is an independent constitutional functionary

Choose the correct answer from the codes:

(a) 1 and 2 only

(b) 1 and 3 only

(c) 3 and 4 only

(d) 1,2 and 3

Q. The Fundamental Rights provided to the citizens are:

(A) Absolute

(B) Subject to reasonable restrictions

(C) Subject to limitation

(D) Subject to judicial review

Q. The right to pardon a sentence of death rests with the

1. Chief Justice of India

2. President of India

3. Governor of State

4. Attorney – General of India

Choose the correct answer from the codes:

(a) 1 and 2 only

(b) 2 only

(c) 2 and 3 only

(d) 2,3 and 4 only

Q. A Preventive Detention Act restraints the right to:

(a) Constitutional remedies

(b) Equality

(c) Freedom of profession

(d) Freedom of movement

Q. Who is empowered to suspend Fundamental Right under certain circumstances?

(a) President

(b) Parliament

(c) Council of Ministers

(d) Prime Minister

Q. The concept of Public Interest Litigation has strengthened

(a) The writ jurisdiction of Supreme Court and High Courts

(b) The judiciary against the executive and the legislature

(c) Rule of law

(d) The concept of judicial review

Q. The Vice – President of India can be removed from his office only by

(a) A resolution of the Lok Sabha passed with a majority of its members and agreed to by the Raiya Sabha

(b) The President upon an address by both the Houses of Parliament

(c) A resolution of the Rajya Sabha passed by the then majority of its members and agreed to by the Lok Sabha

(d) The Parliament by passing a resolution after serving a fourteen day notice