Indian Polity & Constitution MCQs

Indian Polity & Constitution Objective / Multiple Choice (MCQs) Questions for Preparation of SSC-CGL, UPSC Civil Services, NDA, CDS, Railways and State Level Public Services Examinations of 2020-2021. A chapterwise course of total 2850 MCQs divided into 60 chapters and 16 Mock Tests is available in Android app of GKToday under UPSC Prelims Category. Download Now

71. Who can revoke National Emergency?

[A] President
[B] Prime Minister
[C] Council of MInisters
[D] None of the above

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72. In how much time the proclamation of Emergency must be approved by both the Houses of Parliament?

[A] 15 days
[B] One month
[C] Two months
[D] Three months

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73. Which Commission was appointed to investigate the circumstances that warranted the declaration of an Emergency in
1975?

[A] Shah Commission
[B] Khosla Commission
[C] Sarkaria Commission
[D] Nanavati Commission

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74. Which of the following are proper grounds for imposition of President’s Rule in a state?

[A] When there is Hung Assembly
[B] When the majority party declines to form a ministry and the governor cannot find a coalition ministry
[C] Internal subversion
[D] All of the above

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75. Emergency Provisions are contained in which part of the Constitution of India?

[A] Part XVIII
[B] Part XVII
[C] Part XVI
[D] Part XV

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76. Which of the following statements are correct about of the purpose of Public Interest Litigation?

[A] It allows meaningful realisation of the fundamental rights
[B] It is a vindication of the rule of law
[C] It facilitates effective access to justice
[D] All of the above

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77. On which country, Constituent Assembly modeled the system of appointment of the Governor by the President?

[A] USA
[B] Ireland
[C] Canada
[D] Germany

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78. Who is the principal channel of communication between the governor and the council of ministers?

[A] Chief Minister
[B] Speaker of legislative assembly
[C] Chairman of legislative council
[D] President

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79. Who advises the governor with regard to the appointment of advocate general?

[A] State Legislative Assembly
[B] State legislative Council
[C] Chief Minister
[D] Attorney General of India

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80. Which Article states that It shall be the duty of the Chief Minister to communicate to the governor of the state all decisions of the council of ministers relating to the administration of the affairs of the state and proposals for legislation?

[A] Article 157
[B] Article 167
[C] Article 177
[D] Article 187

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