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Indian Polity and Governance, MCQ, Set 2

Indian Polity and Governance has a major role in various government exams as it describes the rules and regulations in India. It defines how India’s core structure is build. That is why for not only exam purpose but also as a Indian citizen we should know about Indian Polity and Governance to know our country well. Here in this Indian Polity & Governance – Part 2 article 25 MCQ Questions & Answers on Indian Polity and Governance added which are very essential for various government exams like UPSC, State PSC, RAIL, SSC (CGL, CHSL etc.) etc.


The final authority to make a Proclamation of Emergency rests with the
 A) President
 B) Union Parliament
 C) Prime Minister
 D) Union Council of Ministers

A Constitutional Emergency declared by the President has to be approved by Union Parliament within
 A) 1 Month
 B) 2 Months
 C) 4 Months
 D) 1 Year

Does the President of India enjoy veto power?
 A) Yes
 B) No
 C) Only in matters Money Bills
 D) The Constitution is silent on this point

Money can be advanced out of the Contingency Fund of India to meet unforeseen expenditures, by the
 A) Finance Minister
 B) Chief Justice of India
 C) President
 D) Prime Minister

An ordinance issued by the President has the same force and effect as an Act of Parliament
 A) False
 B) True
 C) True, only during a National Emergency
 D) True, only during a Financial Emergency

Is there any provision in the Constitution authorizing the President to appropriate funds without parliamentary sanction?
 A) No
 B) Yes
 C) Yes, during a Financial Emergency
 D) Yes, during an emergency under Article 352

The President of India enjoys the same Constitutional authority as the
 A) President of Bangladesh
 B) President of the USA
 C) British Prime Minister
 D) British Monarch

Judges of High Courts are appointed by
 A) The President
 B) The Chief Minister of respective state
 C) The Governor of that state
 D) The Chief Justices of the respective High Courts

The Comptroller and Auditor General of India is appointed by the
 A) Parliament
 B) Vice-President
 C) President
 D) Prime Minister

The Chairman of the Union Public Service Commission is appointed by the
 A) Prime Minister
 B) Parliament
 C) Home Minister
 D) President

Who amongst the following appoints the Chairperson of the National Human Rights Commission, India?
 A) The President of India
 B) The Chief Justice of India
 C) The Prime Minister of India
 D) The Vice-President

The Constitution of India provides that the three constituents of the Indian Parliament are the Lok Sabha, the Rajya Sabha and the
 A) Council of Ministers
 B) Prime Minister
 C) President
 D) Vice-President

The Vice-President is elected by an electoral college consisting of the members of
 A) the Rajya Sabha
 B) the State Legislative Assemblies
 C) the Lok Sabha
 D) both Houses of Parliament

For how many years does the Vice-President hold office?
 A) 5
 B) 3
 C) 2
 D) 6

If the President dies or resigns or is otherwise incapacitated and as a result, the Presidential office becomes vacant, the Vice- President will act as President only for a maximum period of
 A) 2 months
 B) 4 months
 C) 6 months
 D) 1 year

When the office of the President and Vice-President fall vacant simultaneously who acts as President?
 A) Chief Justice of India
 B) Speaker of the Lok Sabha
 C) Chief of Army Staff
 D) Prime Minister

Can the President be removed from office otherwise that by impeachment?
 A) Yes, by a resolution of Parliament
 B) Yes, by a resolution of the Union Cabinet
 C) Yes, by a resolution of the Rajya Sabha, passed by a majority and endorsed by the Lok Sabha
 D) No

The Comptroller and Auditor General of India (CAG) submits his report relating to the accounts of the Union to the
 A) President
 B) Vice-President
 C) Finance Minister
 D) Prime Minister

The tenure of the House of the People is five years, but it may be dissolved earlier by the
 A) Vice-President
 B) Prime Minister
 C) Speaker
 D) President

There shall be a President of India according to Article
 A) 52
 B) 50
 C) 51
 D) 53

There shall be a Vice-President of India according to Article
 A) 60
 B) 61
 C) 63
 D) 64

What is the final formality without which no Central Bill can become a law in our country?
 A) Signature of the President
 B) Assent of the President
 C) Signature of the Prime Minister
 D) Signature of the Speaker, Lok Sabha

When the office of Chief Justice of a High Court falls vacant, his duties will be performed by one of the other Judges of the Court as may be appointed for that purpose by the
 A) Supreme Court
 B) Chief Minister
 C) President
 D) Governor

Administrators of Union Territories are responsible to the
 A) President
 B) Union Home Minister
 C) Union Parliament
 D) Lok Sabha

When both the offices of the Speaker and Deputy Speaker are vacant, the duties of the Speaker shall be performed by a member of the Lok Sabha appointed by the
 A) Chairman of the Rajya Sabha
 B) President
 C) Vice-President
 D) Prime Minister


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