General Studies: Important for Exam: Indian Polity Test MCQ Part 48

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Q. The nature of planning Commission can be rights described as:

(a) Statutory and advisory

(b) Extra – constitutional and binding

(c) Extra – legal and advisory body

(d) Extra – constitutional, extra-legal but binding in nature

Q. The maximum life – span of an Ordinance without the approval of the parliament on its reassembling shall be

(a) Six weeks

(b) Six months

(c) Six Months and six weeks

(d) three months

Q. Which of the following are correct about the ‘Advisory Jurisdiction’ of the Supreme Court of India?

1. The advice tendered by the Supreme Court is equal to a judgment in its effect

2. The advice is binding on the President

3. It is obligatory for the Supreme Court to provide its opinion if sought by the President on treaties and agreements signed or entered into force before the inception of the Constitution

4. The President can refer a question of fact for the advisory opinion of the Supreme Court Choose the rights answer from the codes:

(a) 1 and 2 only

(b) 2 and 3 only

(a) 3 and 4 only

(d) 1 and 4 only

Q. The objective of ‘Judicial Review’ is to ensure

(a) The Parliamentary sovereignty

(b) Supremacy of the judiciary

(c) Executives dominance

(d) Constitutionality of laws

Q. In which one of the following elections, the members of the Legislative Assemblies do not take part? It is the

1. President of India

2. Vice President of India

3. Rajya Sabha Members

4. Members of the Legislative Councils of the State

Choose the correct answer from the codes:

(a) 3 only

(b) 2 only

(c) 2 and 3 only

(d) 1,3 and 4 only

Q. The expression ‘Gram Sabha’ correctly refers to

(a) An assembly of the elder citizens in a village

(b) The whole population of a village

(c) The adult population of a village

(d) The elected members of the Panchayats

Q. Which of the following Articles provides a Constitutional basis for the Union of India to acquire foreign territories?

(a) Art. 1 (3) (c

(b) Art. 4 (1)

(c) Art. 4 (2)

(d) Art. 3

Q. Which one of the following is the basis of ‘Instrument of Accession’ as applied to Jammu & Kashmir?

(a) Moral

(b) Political

(c) Legal

(d) Constitutional

Q. What is the composition of the Election Commission of a State?

(a) It is a single member Commission

(b) It is a three – members Commission

(c) As determined by the President

Q. The concept of “Freedom of Trade, Commerce and Intercourse” has been incorporated in the Indian Constitution from the Constitution of

(a) USA

(b) Canada

(c) Australia

(d) Switzerland