General Studies: Important for Exam: Indian Polity Test MCQ Part 67

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Q. The Process of election starts with the

(a) Notification made by the President or the Governor as the case may be fort elections

(b) Notification issued by the Election Commission for holding election

(c) Announcement of dates by the Election Commission

(d) Filing of nomination papers

Q. The Secretary – General of the Lok Sabha is appointed by the

(a) President

(b) Speaker of Lok Sabha

(c) Minister for Parliamentary Affairs

(d) Union Cabinet

Directions:

The following questions consist of two statements. One labelled ‘Assertion’ (A) and the other labelled ‘Reason’ (R) examine these two statements carefully and decide if the Assertion and the Reason are individually true and if so, whether the Reason is a correct explanation of the Assertion.

Select your answer from the codes given below:

(a) If both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A.

(b) If both A and R are true and R is not a correct explanation of A.

(c) If A is true and R is false

(d) If A is false and R is true.

Q. Assertion:

The Central Vigilance Commission is a statutory body.

Reason:

The objective of CVC is to probe the cases of Corruption against civil servants.

Q. Assertion:

The Prime Minister is constitutionally bound to inform the President about all government decision.

Reason:

The President has the right to seek information from the Prime Minister on all important government decisions and legislative proposals.

Q. Assertion:

The Parliament controls the executive wing of the Government.

Reason:

The Union Council of Ministers is collectively responsible to the Lok Sabha.

Q. Assertion:

The Supreme Court and High Courts both enjoy Writ Jurisdiction.

Reason:

The scope of Writ Jurisdiction enjoyed by High Courts is wider than Supreme Court.

Q. Assertion:

The Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) is an independent constitutional functionary.

Reason:

The Comptrollers and Auditor General is the watchdog of the public Finance.

Q. Assertion:

The Centre has power to legislate over the residuary items.

Reason:

The Supreme Court decides the disputes over residuary items.

Q. Assertion:

The judiciary is the guardian of individual rights.

Reason:

Fundamental Rights are enforceable under Writ Jurisdiction of the Supreme Court and High Courts.

Q. Assertion:

The policy of the administration is determined and laid down by ministers responsible to the legislative.

Reason:

The constitution has adopted Parliamentary democracy.

Q. Assertion:

The bureaucracy maintains the continuity of the administration.

Reason:

The large body of official’s i. e. bureaucracy is basically the permanent executive.

Q. Assertion.

The Higher Courts enjoy the power to declare a law passed by the Parliament as unconstitutional and void on the ground of ultra vires the Constitution.

Reason:

The Indian Constitution has adopted a compromise between Judicial Review and Parliamentary Supremacy.

Q. Assertion:

India is a liberal welfare democracy.

Reason:

The Indian Constitution aims at securing not merely political equality, but social equality as well.

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