INDIAN POLITY PRACTICE QUIZ 5 FOR SSC AND CDS EXAMS

In this post, we are providing you indian polity practice quiz 5 INDIAN POLITY PRACTICE QUIZ 5 for exams like SSC and CDS. SSC CGL exam contains 3 to 4 questions from Indian Polity.

Indian Polity Practice Quiz 5

1. Money bill can be introduced
A.in both the houses
B.only in Rajya Sabha
C.only in Lok Sabha
D.only by the prime minister

2. Who can preside but cannot vote in one of the Houses of Parliament?
A.Speaker
B.Vice-president
C.Deputy Speaker
D.Vice Chairman

3. The Attorney General holds office
A.for life
B.for 6 years
C.during the pleasure of the president
D.as long as he enjoys the confidence of parliament

4. The Right to vote in the national elections in India is based on the principle of
A.Restricted franchise
B.Hereditary privileges
C.Property Qualifications
D.Universal Adult storage

5. Which of the following are not included in Article 19 of the constitution?
A.Freedom of speech and expression
B.freedom of assembly ,association and unions
C.freedom of entertainment ,amusement and fun
D.freedom pf movement ,residence ,settlement ,profession and trade

6. Constitution of India provides that hindi shall be the
A.national language of India
B.Language of communication between state governments
C.official language of the Union of India
D.language of communication between the Union Government and the state government

7. Which one of the following parts of Indian Constitution enjoins upon the state to provide free and compulsory eduction for children up to 14 years of age?
A.Directive principle of State Policy
B.fundamental Rights
C.Fundamental Duties
D.Special provisions related to certain classes

8. Which one of the following rights was considered the Heart and Soul of the Constitution by Dr B.Ambedkar?
A.Freedom of Speech
B.Right to constitutional remedy
C.Right to freedom of religion
D.None of these

9. Name the only Indian Prime Minister who never faced parliament during his tenure?
A.Atal Bihari Vajpayee
B.Choudhary Charan Singh
C.Chandrashekhar
D.Vishwanath Pratap Singh

10. Which of the following can levy the tax on Agricultural income under the constitution of India?
A.Panchayats
B.Zila Parishad
C.State Governments
D.Central Governments

11. The Right to Private Property in India today is
A.A legal right
B.a political right
C.a constitutional right
D.a fundamental right

12. Directive principle of state policy aim at
A.ensuring individual liberty
B.ensuring and strengthening the country’s independence
C.protecting the depressed classes
D.providing social and economic base for genuine democracy in the country

13. Which one of the following provides constitutional guarantee of personal freedom?
A.Quo warranto
B.Mandamus
C.Certiorari
D.Habeas corpus

14. Who is authorised to impose reasonable restriction on Fundamental rights?
A.The Supreme Court
B.The President
C.The Prime Minister
D.The Parliament

15. The best source of revenue for the state government is
A.sales tax
B.entertainment tax
C.excise duty
D.motor vehicle tax

16. The members of the National Development Council include
A.The prime minister
B.The state Chief minister
C.Members of the planning commission
D.Lt.Governors of the Union Territory

17. The idea of Fundamental Duty is derived from
A.American Constitution
B.British Constitution
C.Russian Constitution
D.None of these

18. Fundamental duty were introduced in the constitution by the
A.40th Amendment
B.42nd Amendment
C.43rd Amendment
D.44th Amendment

19. How is and All India Service Created?
A.Press Advertisements
B.By Union Public Service Commission
C.By the Parliament
D.By the President

20. Who levy Income Tax?
A.State Governments
B.Both State and Union Governments
C.Union Government
D.Reserve Bank of India

             

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