Indian Constitution 3

61What is the maximum number of elected members in a State Assembly ?
 A) 500
 B) 600
 C) 250
 D) 300
  
62Which parliamentary committee in India is normally chaired by a prominent member of the Opposition ?
 A) Estimates Committee
 B) Privileges Committee
 C) Public Accounts Committee
 D) Committee on Government Assurances
  
63Who presides over the Lok Sabha if neither the Speaker nor the Deputy Speaker is available?
 A) A member of the House of People appointed by the President
 B) The senior most member of the Rajya Sabha.
 C) A member chosen by Council of Ministers.
 D) The senior most member of the Lok Sabha.
  
64Who is the ex-officio Chairman of Rajya Sabha?
 A) President
 B) Leader of Opposition
 C) Minister of Parliamentary Affairs
 D) Vice- President
  
65When a bill passed by Parliament is sent to the President for his assent, which option is not true to him?
 A) He may return it to Parliament for reconsideration .
 B) He may amend it.
 C) He may decline to sign it
 D) He may sign it
  
66The Union Territories get representation in
 A) Rajya Sabha
 B) None of these
 C) Both Houses of Parliament
 D) Lok Sabha
  
67The Secretary General of the Lok Sabha Who is the Chief of its Secretariat is _________________.
 A) Elected by both Houses of Parliament
 B) Appointed by the President
 C) Appointed by the Speaker
 D) Elected by the Lok Sabha
  
68The Joint Parliament Committee to examine irregularities and fraudulent manipulations of the Securities Scam consists of
 A) 15 members of Lok Sabha and 15 of Rajya Sabha
 B) 30 members of Lok Sabha and 30 of Rajya Sabha
 C) 20 members of Lok Sabha and 10 of Rajya Sabha
 D) 25 members of Lok Sabha and 15 of Rajya Sabha
  
69How many members of the Rajya Sabha are nominated by the President of India?
 A) 13
 B) 12
 C) 10
 D) 11
  
70The Speaker of the Lok Sabha may be removed from his office, if the House of the People passes a resolution to this effect by ____________
 A) Absolute majority of all the then members of the House
 B) Simple majority of members present and voting and absolute majority of all the then members of the House
 C) 2/3rd majority of members present and voting.
 D) Simple majority of members present and voting
  
71In the case of a deadlock between the two Houses of the Parliament, the joint sitting is presided over by the ___________.
 A) Member of the Lok Sabha specifically elected for the purpose
 B) Speaker of Lok Sabha
 C) President
 D) Vice- President
  
72The Chairman of the Rajya Sabha is?
 A) Nominated by the President
 B) Elected by Parliament and State Legislatures jointly
 C) Elected by members of both Houses of Parliament
 D) Elected by the members of Rajya Sabha
  
73The time gap between two sessions of the Parliament should not exceed ________
 A) 3 months
 B) 1 year
 C) 9 months
 D) 6 months
  
74Joint sittings of the two Houses of Parliament are held to ___________
 A) Elect the President of India
 B) Adopt a Constitution amending Bill
 C) Elect the Vice President of India
 D) Consider and pass a bill on which two Houses disagree
  
75One third of the members of the Rajya Sabha retire after every _________
 A) Second year
 B) Fifth year
 C) One year
 D) Third year
  
76A money bill passed by the Lok Sabha has to be passed by Rajya Sabha within __________.
 A) 3 months
 B) 14 days
 C) 21 days
 D) 1 month
  
77Which of the following is not a Standing Committee of the Parliament?
 A) Estimates Committee
 B) Committee on Public Undertakings
 C) Committee on Welfare of SC's and ST's
 D) Committee on Public Accounts
  
78For raising Half-an-Hour discussion in a House of Parliament, a notice in writing has to be given to the__________.
 A) Secretary of Department of Parliamentary Affairs
 B) Minister concerned
 C) Secretary General of the House
 D) Presiding Officer of the House
  
79What is the minimum age for election / appointment as member of the Rajya Sabha?
 A) 25 years
 B) 40 years
 C) 30 years
 D) 35 years
  
80Parliament of India is composed of __________.
 A) Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha and President
 B) Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha
 C) Lok Sabha only
 D) Rajya Sabha only
  
81Maximum number of M.P.s from backward communities are elected from which state?
 A) Rajasthan
 B) Bihar
 C) Madhya Pradesh
 D) Nagaland
  
82In Parliamentary government, Ministers remain in office so long as they enjoy __________.
 A) Confidence of the popular chamber of legislature
 B) Popular support
 C) Confidence of the upper house of the legislature
 D) Support of the armed forces
  
83A bill for alteration of boundaries of states shall not be introduced in the Parliament without the recommendation of  __________.
 A) The legislatures of the states concerned
 B) President
 C) The presiding officers of both Houses of Parliament
 D) Supreme Court
  
84What type of Party system has been evolved in India?
 A) Single Party
 B) Party less
 C) Bi- party
 D) Multi - Party
  
85Amongst the questions allowed by the Speaker, which one is regarded as the most important?
 A) Starred
 B) Supplementary
 C) Short Notice
 D) Unstarred
  
86When can the Speaker exercise his right to vote in the House?
 A) Whenever the House desires
 B) Whenever his party directs
 C) Only in the event of equality of votes
 D) Whenever he desires
  
87According to the Constitution of India the maximum number of members representing the Union Territories in the Lok Sabha cannot exceed __________.
 A) 20
 B) 25
 C) 10
 D) 15
  
88In the absence of the Speaker and the Deputy Speaker, who presides over the deliberations of the Lok Sabha?
 A) Oldest members of the House
 B) One of the members of the House out of a panel of six persons nominated by the Speaker
 C) Prime Minister
 D) Home Minister
  
89Which of the following non-members of Parliament has the right to address it?
 A) Chief Election Commissioner
 B) Comptroller and Auditor General
 C) Attorney General of India
 D) Solicitor- General of India
  
90How many members of the Lok Sabha must support a motion of no confidence in the government, before it can be admitted by the Speaker?
 A) 50
 B) 35
 C) 20
 D) 25

 
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Answers:
61Ans) 500
62Ans) Public Accounts Committee
63Ans) The senior most member of the Lok Sabha.
64Ans) Vice- President
65Ans) He may decline to sign it
66Ans) Both Houses of Parliament
67Ans) Appointed by the Speaker
68Ans) 20 members of Lok Sabha and 10 of Rajya Sabha
69Ans) 12
70Ans) Absolute majority of all the then members of the House
71Ans) Speaker of Lok Sabha
72Ans) Elected by members of both Houses of Parliament
73Ans) 6 months
74Ans) Consider and pass a bill on which two Houses disagree
75Ans) Second year
76Ans) 14 days
77Ans) Committee on Public Accounts
78Ans) Secretary General of the House
79Ans) 30 years
80Ans) Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha and President
81Ans) Bihar
82Ans) Confidence of the popular chamber of legislature
83Ans) The legislatures of the states concerned
84Ans) Multi - Party
85Ans) Short Notice
86Ans) Only in the event of equality of votes
87Ans) 20
88Ans) One of the members of the House out of a panel of six persons nominated by the Speaker
89Ans) Attorney General of India
90Ans) 50