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UPSC Prelims Mini Mock Test: 251
Published: November 14, 2019
Which of the following articles says that executive power of the state is vested in the Governor?
Which among the following was the outcome of kesavanand Bharti Case v/s State of Kerala Case 1973?
Preamble is Part of the constitution and subject to amending power of the parliament
Preamble is Part of the constitution but not subject to amending power of the parliament
Preamble is not a part of the constitution and is subject to amending power of the parliament
Preamble is not a Part of the constitution and not subject to amending power of the parliament
Which among the following comparisons of the Hindu gods of the Vedic age and the Greek gods of the Homeric age is / are correct?
The Hindu conceptions are nearer to nature, Greek conceptions have a marked individuality
The Hindu conceptions are more archaic, Greek conceptions are more developed
Choose the correct option from the codes given below:
Both 1 & 2
Neither 1 nor 2
Consider the following comparisons of the petrol engines and diesel engines:
1. Petrol engines have spark plugs , diesel engines have no spark plugs
2. In petrol engines the mixture of air and petrol is drawn in by the falling piston, in diesel engines only air is drawn in by the falling piston
3. In petrol engines the mixture of air and petrol is compressed, in diesel engines only air is compressed
Which among the above is / are correct statements?
Only 1 & 2
Only 2 & 3
Only 1 & 3
1, 2 & 3
By the act of 1786, the Governor General of India could override the decisions of his council only if ____?
He got such mandate from British parliament
He thought that the council's decisions were made without his consent
He was ready to take the responsibility for the consequences of his own decisions
His decision was in favour of the commercial privileges of the company
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