INDIAN POLITY QUIZ FOR SSC CGL EXAM SET 11

INDIAN POLITY QUIZ FOR SSC CGL EXAM Set – 11

INDIAN POLITY QUIZ FOR SSC CGL EXAM

1. Postal voting is otherwise called-
A.plura voting
B.proxy voting
C.weighted voting
D.secret voting

2. Stability of the Government is assured in-
A.Parliamentary form of government
B.Presidential form of government
C.Plural Executive system
D.Direction democracy

3. According to the Indian constitution, the vacancy in the office of the president of India shall be filled within-
A.1 month
B.6 months
C.3 months
D.1 year

4. Three of the following pairs are wrong. Find out the correct one-
A.Written Constitution – England
B.Unitary State – USA
C.UN general Assembly – Veto Power
D.SAARC – No bilateral issues

5. In indian Republic the real executive authority rests with the-
A.Prime minister
B.President
C.Bureaucrats
D.Council of Ministers

6. Through which principle or device did Gandhiji strive to bridge economic inequalities?
A.Abolition of machinery
B.Establishment of village industries
C.Trusteeship theory
D.None of the above

7. Goverance through trade union organisations is known as-
A.Guild Socialism
B.Fabian Socialism
C.Syndicalism
D.Liberalism

8. Which of the following is not provided in part IV A (Fundamental Duties) of the Indian constitution?
A.To respect the national flag
B.To promote the spirit of brotherhood amongst all people of India
C.To respect our parents and teacher
D.To preserve the rich heritage of our composite culture

9. Which of the following is correct?Union Public Service commission is-
A.A regulatory organisation
B.A legal organisation
C.Established by Parliament ordinance
D.A constitutional organization

10. There is one and the same constitution for all the Indian states and the centre. However, there is exception in the case of one state. That state is-
A.Andhra Pradesh
B.Jammu and Kashmir
C.Tamil Nadu
D.Kerala

11. Which of the following is correct?The main feature of a Presidential form of Government is/are-
A.The President appoints his council of Ministers
B.The President cannot dissolve the Legislature
C.The Head of the Executive is the President
D.All of the above

12. Which Bill was withdrawn from the Parliament (Indian) at the eleventh hour in 2013-14?
A.A bill related to Right to Information
B.Bill related to tainted Legislators
C.Food security bills
D.None of the above

13. Who among the following was the first Governor General of free India?
A.Lord Mountbatten
B.Sir Stafford Cripps
C.C. Rajgopalachari
D.Dr. Rajendra Prasad

14. In 2003 OBC status for Gurkhas was given in-
A.Uttar Pradesh
B.Uttarakhand
C.Maharashtra
D.Andhra Pradesh

15. The Indian Foreign Policy of Non-Alignment was initiated by-
A.Jawaharlal Nehru
B.Mrs. Indira Gandhi
C.Lal Bahadur Shastri
D.Morarji Desai

16. Among the following Presidents of India, who is known as the Philosopher-King or the Philosopher Ruler?
A.Dr. Radha Krishnan
B.Dr. Rajendra Prasad
C.Dr. Zakhir Hussain
D.Dr. Abdul Kalam

17. The document of Twelfth Five-year Plan suggests that the largest expenditure in this plan would be on-
A.Financial Services
B.Social Services
C.Agriculture
D.Fisheries and Forestry

18. Which plan among the following declared its objective of self-reliance and zero net foreign aid?
A.Second Five year Plan
B.Third Five year Plan
C.Fourth Five year Plan
D.Fifth Five year Plan

19. Who decides whether a bill is Money Bill or not?
A.President
B.Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs
C.Chairman of Rajya Sabha
D.Speaker of Lok Sabha

20. Who amongst the following shall preside over the joint sitting of two House of Parliament?
A.President
B.Prime Minister
C.Chairman of the Rajya Sabha
D.Speaker of the Lok Sabha