Quiz 50 : Basic General Knowledge →Indian Polity for CLAT exams

1. What is the number of Schedules in Constitution of India?
[A] 8
[B] 10
[C] 11
[D] 12

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2. In which year, The Citizenship Act passed?
[A] 1950
[B] 1955
[C] 1960
[D] 1965

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3. Which among the following articles of Constitution of India abolishes the untouchablity?
[A] Article 15
[B] Article 16
[C] Article 17
[D] Article 18

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4. Which among the following articles speaks about impeachment of the President of India?
[A] Article 60
[B] Article 61
[C] Article 62
[D] Article 63

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5. Which among the following articles defines the Money Bill?
[A] Article 110
[B] Article 111
[C] Article 112
[D] Article 113

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6. The Indian Constitution has adopted Parliamentary System of Constitution from which among the following countries?
[A] USA
[B] UK
[C] Japan
[D] France

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7. Which among the following is the correct age of retirement of Judge of Supreme Court?
[A] 58 years
[B] 60 years
[C] 62 years
[D] 65 years

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8. Who appoints” ad hoc” Judges of the Supreme Court?
[A] President
[B] Vice President
[C] President with advice of Council of Ministers
[D] Chief Justice of the Supreme Court with permission of President

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9. Consider the following:
1. Legislative Council
2. Upper House of Parliament
3. Municipal Council
Which among the above are permanent?
[A] 1 Only
[B] 1 & 2
[C] 2 & 3
[D] 1, 2 & 3

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10. The Town Planning Committee comes under which among the following parts of Constitution of India?
[A] Part VII
[B] Part IX
[C] Part IXA
[D] None of them

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    I’m sorry but the answer and options to Q. No. 9 are wrong. The legislative council of a state is not permanent and can be abolished if the Vidhan Sabha (lower house) passes a resolution to this effect and the same is passed by the parliament as well. This has been seen in the past in the case of either Andhra Pradesh or Tamil Nadu (one of the above)

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