Indian Polity Questions Solved

Indian Polity Questions Solved contains 1000 questions and their answers.

These are very useful for all kinds of SSC, RRB, State Services and Central level Services exams.

These questions are collected from previous years exams of Civil Services.


Indian Polity MCQs Set [100]

[991] The Chief Minister of a State in India is NOT eligible to vote in the Presidential election if

[A] he himself is a candidate

[B] he is yet to prove his majority on the floor of the Lower House of the State legislature

[C] he is a member of the Upper House of the State Legislature

[D] he is a caretaker Chief Minister

 

 

[992] Which one of the following is incorrect in respect of Parliamentary control over the Budget?

[A] Parliament has no say in the preparation of the budget

[B] Parliament has the power to increase expenditure charged on the Consolidated Fund

[C] Parliament has no power to impose a tax without the President’s recommendation

[D] Parliament has no power to increase a tax without the President’s recommendation

 

 

[993] Which of the following electoral systems have been adopted for various elections in India?

[1] System of direct election on the basis of adult suffrage.

[2] System of proportional representation by means of the single transferable vote.

[3] List system of proportional representation.

[4] Cumulative system of indirect elections.

Answer Options:

[A] 1 and 2

[B] 1 and 3

[C] 1, 2 and 3

[D] 2, 3 and 4

 

 

[994] Which of the following is/are extra-constitutional and extra-legal device[s] for securing cooperation and coordination between the States in India?

[1] The National Development Council

[2] The Governor’s Conference

[3] Zonal Councils

[4] The Inter-State Council

Answer Options:

[A] 1 and 2

[B] 1, 3 and 4

[C] 3 and 4

[D] 4 only

 

 

[995] Assertion [X]: The British sovereignty continued to exist in free India.

Reason [Y]: The British sovereign appointed the last Governor General of free India.

In the context of the above two statements, which one of the following is correct?

[A] Both X and Y are true and Y is the correct explanation of X

[B] Both A and Y are true, but Y is not a correct explanation of X

[C] X is true, but Y is false

[D] X is false, but Y is true

 

 

[996] Assertion [X]: Wilful disobedience or non-compliance of Court orders and use of derogatory language about judicial behavior amounts to Contempt of Court.

Reason [Y]: Judicial activism cannot be practiced without arming the judiciary with punitive powers to punish contemptuous behaviour.

In the context of the above two statements, which one of the following is correct?

[A] Both X and Y are true and Y is the correct explanation of X

[B] Both X and Y are true, but Y is not a correct explanation of X

[C] X is true, but Y is false

[D] X is false, but Y is true

 

 

[997] Economic Survey in India is published officially, every year by the

[A] Reserve Bank of India

[B] Planning Commission of India

[C] Ministry of Finance, Govt. of India

[D] Ministry of Industries, Govt. of India

 

 

[998] Consider the following functionaries:

[1] Cabinet Secretary

[2] Chief Election Commissioner

[3] Union Cabinet Ministers

[4] Chief Justice of India

Their correct sequence, in the Order of Precedence is

[A] 3, 4, 2, 1

[B] 4, 3, 1, 2

[C] 4, 3, 2, 1

[D] 3, 4, 1, 2

 

 

[999] The Supreme Court of India tenders advice to the President on a matter of law or fact

[A] on its own initiative

[B] only if he seeks such advice

[C] only if the matter relates to the Fundamental Rights of citizens

[D] only if the issue poses a threat to the unity and integrity of the country

 

 

[1000] The real intention of the British to include the princely states in the Federal Union proposed by the India Act of 1935 was to

[A] exercise more and direct political and administrative control over the princely states

[B] involve the princes actively in the administration of the colony

[C] finally effect the complete political and administrative take-over of all the princely states by the British

[D] use the princes to counter-balance the anti-imperialist doctrines of the nationalist leaders