Indian Government and Politics solved MCQs

chapter:   Indian Constitution

126. Parliamentary form of Government is also known as

a. Westminster Model of Government

B. Unitary Model of Government

c. Communist Model of government

127. The concept of Rule of Law was borrowed from

a. British Constitution

B. USA Constitution

c. China Constitution

128. Provision of Directive Principles of State Policy was borrowed from

a. Irish Constitution

B. Australia Constitution

c. South Africa Constitution

129. Directive Principle of State policy are

a. Enforceable to the law courts

B. Not enforceable to the law courts

c. Court are not interfere in case of violation

130. Article 1 of the Indian Constitution states

a. India shall be a union of states

B. India shall be democratic state

c. India shall be federal states

131. Habeas Corpus meant

a. To have the body

B. To bring justice

c. To enquire the case

132. Article 21A deal with

a. Right to Education

B. Right to Property

c. Right to Life

133. Right to Education was passed by

a. 86th Constitutional Amendment Act, 2002

B. 86th Constitutional Amendment Act,2004

c. 86th Constitutional Amendment Act,2006

134. Article 22 grants two kind of protection to persons who are arrested or detained, such as

a. Punitive Detention and Preventive detention

B. Normal and Abnormal Detention

c. Absolute and partial detention

135. Preventive detention mean

a. Detention of person without trial and conviction by a court

B. Detention of person in advance

c. Detention of suspected person without inform

136. The Constitution of India provide

a. Dual Citizenship

B. Single Citizenship

c. Federal Citizenship

137. Voting age was reduced to 18 years from 21 years in 1989 by

a. 61st Constitutional Amendment, 1998

B. 61st Constitutional Amendment,1988

c. 61st Constitutional Amendment, 1978

chapter:   Indian Federalism

138. The 7th Schedule of the Constitution of India contains provision regarding

a. Administration of Tribal Areas

B. Oath and Affirmation

c. The Union, State, Concurrent list

139. The Indian Constitution is unitary in spirit because

a. Single Citizenship for all state

B. Division of power

c. Written Constitution

140. The Union Parliament has exclusive power to make Laws with respect to subjects in

a. The Union List

B. The State List

c. The Concurrent list

141. The State Legislature has exclusive power to make Laws with respect to subjects in

a. The Union List

B. The State List

c. The Concurrent list

142. The Union Parliament and the State legislature have exclusive power to make Lawswith respect to subjects in

a. The Union List

B. The State List

c. The Concurrent list

143. The Union List contains

a. 97 items

B. 87 items

c. 47 items

144. The state list contains

a. 87 items

B. 66 items

c. 47 items

145. The Concurrent list contains

a. 37 items

B. 86 items

c. 47 items

146. The Centre-State relations have been dealt by

a. Sarkaria commission

B. Ashok Mehta Commission

c. Balwant Rai Mehta Commission

147. Emergency Provision are given in

a. Article 352-360

B. Article 350-364

c. Article 342-368

148. Sarkaria Commission was established to study

a. Centre – State relations

B. President – Governor relations

c. President – Prime Minister relations

149. The Union territories are administered by

a. The Prime Minister

B. The Union Cabinet

c. The President through administrators appointed by him

150. Railway is under the subject of

a. Union List

B. State List

c. Concurrent List


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