Quiz 115 : Indian Constitution

1. Consider the following:
1. Lok Sabha
2. Legislative Assembly
3. Rajya Sabha
4. Legislative Council
A Money bill can originate in which among the above?
[A]Only 1
[B]1 & 2
[C]1, 2 & 3
[D]1, 2, 3 & 4


2. Who among the following is the final interpreter & guardian of Indian Constitution?
[A]President
[B]Prime Minister
[C]Supreme Court
[D]Supreme Court as well as High Court


3. Consider the following:
1. Union List
2. State List
3. Concurrent list
Parliament of India can make laws on which among the above?
[A]Only 1
[B]1 & 3
[C]1, 2 & 3
[D]Only 3


4. The Vice President is elected by an electoral college comprising votes of __________?
[A]Only members of Parliament
[B] Members of Parliament & members of Legislative Assemblies
[C] Members of Parliament, Members of Legislative assemblies and Members of legislative councils
[D]Members of Rajya Sabha


5. A minister in Union Government is individually responsible to ___?
[A]Council of Ministers
[B]Prime Minister
[C]President
[D]Parliament


6. What fraction of Rajya Sabha members retire after every two years?
[A]2/3
[B]1/3
[C]1/2
[D]1/6


7. Which article ensures the special status to Jammu & Kashmir?
[A]Article 370
[B]Article 372
[C]Article 369
[D]Article 368


8. The Three tier system of panchayti raj was adopted by which state for the first time?
[A]Rajasthan
[B]Andhra Pradesh
[C]Bihar
[D]Karnataka


9. Which among the following term / terms was / were added to Preamble of Constitution of India by 42th Amendment Act 1976. ?
1. Sovereign
2. Socialist
3. Republic
4. Secular
Choose the correct option:
[A]1 & 2
[B]2 & 3
[C]2 & 4
[D]2, 3 & 4


10. The preamble of Constitution of India is ________?
[A] A part of constitution
[B] Not a part of constitution
[C] is an annex to constitution
[D]A schedule of the Constitution


11. Which among the following in our constitution is called ” Magnacarta” ?
[A] Fundamental Rights
[B]Directive principles of state policy
[C]Preamble
[D]Fundamental Duties


12. Right to property was made a Legal right from a Fundamental Right by which among the following amendments to Indian Constitution?
[A]42nd
[B]44th
[C]92nd
[D]36th


13. The Parliament of India is consisted of _______:
[A]Lok Sabha & Rajya Sabha
[B]Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha & President
[C]Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha, President & Prime Minister
[D]Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha & Council of Ministers


14. Which among the following are subject to dissolution:
1. Legislative Assembly
2. Legislative Council
3. Lok Sabha
4. Rajya Sabha
Choose the correct option:
[A]1 & 3
[B]2 & 3
[C]1, 2 & 3
[D]2, 3 & 4


15. Consider the following:
1. Fundamental Rights
2. Fundamental Duties
3. Directive Principles of State Policy
Which among the above is/ are justifiable?
[A]Only 1
[B]1 & 2
[C]1 & 3
[D]2 & 3

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  • udaygupta

    I have doubt in the first question. Money bill can originate only in Lok Sabha not in legislative assembly. Correct me if I am wrong. These questions are like gems.

    • vishal upadhyay

      central money bill in ls only and state money bill legis.. ass..onl

  • udaygupta

    My doubt is cleared. It can originate both in Lok Sabha and legislative assembly.

  • Deepak

    Hey,

    as in Q.3,

    How can parliament of india make laws regarding state list?? I am not even sure about concurrent list… parliament have to consult state legislatures… right.. ??

    • GKToday

      Refer Article 249, you will get the answer

  • rishanth

    hey. Referring to question no.14…
    the fate of legislative council itself depends on Assembly and Parl. So dont you think that the answer should be 1,2,3.??

    • GKToday

      @ Rishanth
      I agree with you, but that is not ‘dissolution’, that is “abolition” which can be done in a different way.

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    Please review your answer to 1st quesion http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Money_bill#India page says only Lok and Rajya sabha is involved . Who is correct?

    Thanks

    • GKToday

      That is correct. But the Money Bill related to state Governments such as Rajasthan, UP and Haryana, originate in Legislative assemblies. So given answer is correct.

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    A minister in Union Government is individually responsible to ___?
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