Indian Constitution 4

91The Constitution of India does not mentioned the post of __________.
 A) The Deputy Chairman of the Rajya Sabha
 B) The Deputy Speaker of the State Legislative Assemblies.
 C) The Deputy Speaker of the Lok Sabha
 D) The Deputy Prime Minister
  
92Minimum age criteria of a Lok Sobha Member __________.
 A) 25 years
 B) 21 years
 C) 27 years
 D) 30 years
  
93Appointment of the members of the Council of Ministers is made by the President __________.
 A) In his own discretion
 B) On the advice of the Chief Justice of Supreme Court
 C) On the advice of the Vice- President
 D) On the advice of the Prime Minister
  
94Who administers the oath of office to the President?
 A) Speaker of Lok Sabha
 B) Vice President
 C) Prime Minister
 D) Chief Justice of India
  
95The members of the State Legislative Assembly are elected for what period?
 A) 2 years
 B) 4 years
 C) 6 years
 D) 5 years
  
96Criterion for a regional party to be recognised as a national party is __________.
 A) To get 1/10th of the seats in the Parliament
 B) To be recognised in at least 4 states
 C) To be recognised in at least 3 states
 D) To get 1/10th of the seats in Lok Sabha
  
97Money Bill can be introduced in __________.
 A) Either Lok Sabha or Rajya Sabha
 B) None of these
 C) Lok Sabha only
 D) Rajya Sabha only
  
98Who among the following decides whether particular bill is a Money Bill or not?
 A) Finance Minister
 B) Speaker of Lok Sabha
 C) President
 D) Chairman of Rajya Sabha
  
99Which of the following states does not have a bicameral legislature?
 A) Karnataka
 B) Maharashtra
 C) Rajasthan
 D) Bihar
  
100Parliament or a State Legislature can declare a seat vacant if a member absents himself without permission from the session for __________.
 A) 60 days
 B) 120 days
 C) 30 days
 D) 90 days
  
101Who presides over the meetings of the Rajya Sabha?
 A) President
 B) Speaker
 C) Prime Minister
 D) Vice - President
  
102Minimum Age criteria to become a member of the Rajya Sabha?
 A) 25 years
 B) 35 years
 C) 30 years
 D) 21 years
  
103Public Accounts Committee is a _________.
 A) Select Committee of Lok Sabha
 B) Joint Committee of Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha
 C) Standing Committee of Rajya Sabha
 D) Sub Committee
  
104The Rajya Sabha has a life of _________.
 A) 7 years
 B) Permanency
 C) 2 years
 D) 6 years
  
105The Governor is appointed by the _________.
 A) Chief Minister
 B) Chief Justice
 C) President
 D) Prime Minister
  
106Normally The budget is presented to the Parliament on _________.
 A) The last day of March
 B) 1st April
 C) The last day of February
 D) 15th March
  
107The term of Lok Sabha is normally _________.
 A) 5 years
 B) 2 years
 C) 4 years
 D) 6 years
  
108The legislative powers are vested in the _________.
 A) President
 B) Governor
 C) Prime Minister
 D) Parliament
  
109Which authority recommends the principles governing the grants-in-aid of the revenues of the states out of the Consolidated Fund of India?
 A) Public Accounts Committee
 B) Inter State Council
 C) Union Ministry of Finance
 D) Finance Commission
  
110Which are the two States (other than U.P.) having maximum representation in Lok Sabha?
 A) Bihar and Madhya Pradesh
 B) Bihar and Tamil Nadu
 C) Bihar and Andhra Pradesh
 D) Bihar and Maharashtra
  
111The term of the Lok Sabha _________.
 A) Can be extended for another full term of 5 years.
 B) Can be extended for an unlimited period
 C) Can be extended by 1 year at a time
 D) Cannot be extended
  
112Vote on Account means legislative vote _________.
 A) On the Appropriation Bill
 B) On the Finance Bill
 C) Authorising expenditure in respect of demands for grants pending the passing of the Appropriation Act
 D) In respect of the report of audit and accounts submitted by the Comptroller and Auditor General
  
113Which of the following committees does not consist of any member from the Rajya Sabha?
 A) Estimates Committee
 B) Committee on Public Undertakings
 C) Public Accounts Committee
 D) Public Grievances Committee
  
114Recognition to a political party is accorded by _________.
 A) The Election Commission
 B) A Committee of Whips
 C) The Speaker of the Lok Sabha in the legislative assemblies in the case of regional parties
 D) The Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs
  
115The Chairman of Public Accounts Committee is _________.
 A) Appointed by Speaker
 B) Elected by members of PAC
 C) Elected by Union Cabinet
 D) Appointed by President
  
116A Party in India in order to be recognised as official opposition in the Indian Parliament should have least how many seats?
 A) 1/6th
 B) 1/10th
 C) 1/3rd
 D) 1/4th
  
117When was the 42nd Amendment of the Constitution adopted?
 A) 1970
 B) 1972
 C) 1974
 D) 1976
  
118What does the third schedule in the Constitution of India list?
 A) Emoluments for High-Level Officials
 B) The oaths of offices for elected officials and judges
 C) States and Union Territories
 D) The Official Languages
  
119Who appoints the judges of the Supreme Court and the Chief Justice of India?
 A) The Prime Minister
 B) The Vice President
 C) The President
 D) The members of the Rajya Sabha
  
120What does the third schedule in the Constitution of India list?
 A) Emoluments for High-Level Officials
 B) The oaths of offices for elected officials and judges
 C) States and Union Territories
 D) The Official Languages

 
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Answers:
91Ans) The Deputy Prime Minister
92Ans) 25 years
93Ans) On the advice of the Prime Minister
94Ans) Chief Justice of India
95Ans) 5 years
96Ans) To be recognised in at least 4 states
97Ans) Lok Sabha only
98Ans) Speaker of Lok Sabha
99Ans) Rajasthan
100Ans) 60 days
101Ans) Vice - President
102Ans) 30 years
103Ans) Standing Committee of Rajya Sabha
104Ans) Permanency
105Ans) President
106Ans) The last day of February
107Ans) 5 years
108Ans) Parliament
109Ans) Finance Commission
110Ans) Bihar and Maharashtra
111Ans) Can be extended by 1 year at a time
112Ans) Authorising expenditure in respect of demands for grants pending the passing of the Appropriation Act
113Ans) Estimates Committee
114Ans) The Election Commission
115Ans) Appointed by Speaker
116Ans) 1/10th
117Ans) 1976
118Ans) The oaths of offices for elected officials and judges
119Ans) The President
120Ans) The oaths of offices for elected officials and judges