Constitution of India & Indian Politics GK Quiz - Set 01 - ObjectiveBooks

Constitution of India & Indian Politics GK Quiz - Set 01

G.K. Practice Test: Question Set - 01

1. Who can dissolve the Lok Sabha before the expiry of its normal term of 5 years?
    (A) The Prime Minister
    (B) The President at his own
    (C) The President on the recommendation of the Prime Minister
    (D) The President on the recommendation of the Speaker

2. India is known as a parliamentary democracy because
    (A) The President is not a member of the Parliament
    (B) The members of Parliament are directly elected by the people
    (C) The executive is responsible to the Parliament
    (D) The powers has been clearly distributed between the Center and the States

3. Which among the following is not a fundamental Right?
    (A) Right to equality
    (B) Right to property
    (C) Right to Constitutional remedies
    (D) None of these

4. In India, partyless democracy was first advocated by
    (A) Jayprakash Narayan
    (B) M.N. Roy
    (C) Vinoba Bhave
    (D) Mahatma Gandhi

5. The first general Elections to the Lok Sabha were held in
    (A) 1949
    (B) 1952
    (C) 1950
    (D) 1954

6. Article 356 of the Constitution of India provides for
    (A) Reservation of jobs for backward classes
    (B) Protection of religious monuments
    (C) A special status for Jammu and Kashmir
    (D) Imposition of President’s rule in a state

7. The President’s rule in the state means that the state is ruled by
    (A) The President directly
    (B) A caretaker government
    (C) The chief Minister nominated by the President
    (D) The Governor of the state

8. The national flag was adopted by the Constituent Assembly of India on
    (A) August 15, 1947
    (B) July 22, 1947
    (C) January 26, 1950
    (D) January 2, 1950

9. Which of the following was the first state to hold direct elections to Panchayati Raj institutions after the enactment of the 73rd Amendment?
    (A) Madhya Pradesh
    (B) Rajasthan
    (C) Maharashtra
    (D) Gujarat

10. Which of the following commissions has not been included in the Constitution of India?
    (A) The Planning Commission
    (B) UPSC
    (C) The Election Commission
    (D) The Finance Commission

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