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Indian Polity and Governance, MCQ, Set 3

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 3 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.

If the Lok Sabha is not in session, expenditure from the Consolidated Fund of the State may be authorized by the
 A) President
 B) Comptroller and Auditor-General of India
 C) Finance Minister
 D) Prime Minister

State Legislatures have __ role in the election of the Vice-President of India.
 A) a specific
 B) a conclusive
 C) an indirect
 D) no

State Governors are responsible for their actions to the
 A) State Legislature
 B) President
 C) Prime Minister
 D) Lok Sabha

Who among the following draws the maximum salary?
 A) Prime Minister of India
 B) Chief Justice of Supreme Court
 C) Chief Justice of a High Court
 D) President of India

The financial powers enjoyed by the President of India are/is
 A) He can authorize advance of moneys out of the Contingency Fund
 B) He can recommend introduction of certain money bills in Parliament
 C) He can appoint a Finance Commission to study and recommend distribution of tax resources between States
 D) All these three above

The Vice-President is a member of
 A) the Rajya Sabha
 B) the Lok Sabha
 C) both
 D) neither House

The Special Officer for the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes shall be appointed by the
 A) President
 B) Law Minister
 C) Prime Minister
 D) Home Minister

The President can remove a Judge of the Supreme Court or the Chief Election Commissioner
 A) on his own
 B) only on the advice of Parliament
 C) only on the advice of the Prime Minister
 D) only on the advice of the Attorney General for India

The basic difference between the Indian President and the British Monarch is
 A) The Indian President is elected every five years whereas the British Crown is hereditary and not elective
 B) There is no age bar to the Indian President for holding the office whereas the British Monarch automatically steps down on his attaining the age of 75 installing the Crown Prince as Monarch
 C) The British Monarch IS forbidden from foreign travel whereas the Parliament is in session no such restriction ever applies to the Indian President
 D) A British Monarch can be questioned by the House of Lords, whereas the Indian President is not answerable to any court

The Chief Minister of the National Capital Territory of Delhi shall be appointed/elected by the
 A) Chief Administrator
 B) Delhi Assembly
 C) President
 D) Lieutenant Governor

When an US President dies in office the Vice-President assumes the President’s office and continues in that capacity for
 A) six months
 B) two months
 C) one year
 D) the full length of the unexpired term of office

When the Union Council of Ministers tenders an advice to the President, he
 A) will be bound by it
 B) can reject it outright
 C) can refer it to the Supreme Court
 D) can ignore it

Which of the following is not connected with the British political system?
 A) Chancellor of the Exchequer
 B) Cabinet
 C) President
 D) Queen

Under the 44th Amendment Act the President was deprived of the power to declare a
 A) Constitutional Emergency
 B) National Emergency on ground of “Internal Disturbance”
 C) War against our neighbors
 D) Financial Emergency

State Governors are responsible for their actions to the
 A) Prime Minister
 B) Lok Sabha
 C) State Legislature
 D) President

Who among the following is/are not appointed by the President?
 A) Advocate General
 B) Attorney General for India
 C) Judges of High Courts
 D) Judges of the Supreme Court

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

The US President is elected for a period of
 A) 2 years
 B) 3 years
 C) 4 years
 D) 5 years

The Supreme Court functions from New Delhi, but it can sit elsewhere
 A) with the approval of the President
 B) with the approval of the Parliament
 C) at the specific request of a State High Court
 D) if a majority of the Judges of the Court so decide

In the case or a dispute in the Presidential election, the issue is referred to the
 A) Prime Minister
 B) Supreme Court
 C) Parliament
 D) Chief Election Commissioner

In the event of receiving the resignation of the President, the Vice-President shall forthwith communicate the fact to the
 A) Speaker of the Lok Sabha
 B) Prime Minister of India
 C) Chief Justice of India
 D) Chief of the Army Staff

The President nominates persons to the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha in that order
 A) 2 and 10
 B) 3 and 13
 C) 2 and 12
 D) 4 and 10

The fundamental rights of Indian citizens can be suspended by the
 A) President of India
 B) President, in consultation with the Attorney General for India
 C) Supreme Court of India
 D) Union Parliament

Before assuming office as the President of the Republic, Dr Rajendra Prasad was the
 A) Chairman of the Drafting Committee of the Constituent Assembly
 B) President of the Constituent Assembly of India
 C) Vice-President of India
 D) Interim Prime Minister

The President of India appoints the Chief Election Commissioner, but he cannot be removed from office except by a special procedure laid down in the Constitution. This procedure is the same as the one prescribed for the removal of the
 A) Vice-President
 B) Judges of the Supreme Court
 C) Members of the State Public Service Commissions
 D) Members and Chairman of the UPSC

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