Indian Polity Test-7


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QUESTION: 1

According to Art. 198, a money bill shall not be introduced in state……………………….

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QUESTION: 2

If a money bill passed by legislative assembly and transmitted to the legislative council for its recommendations is not returned to the legislative assembly within………………, it shall be deemed to have been passed by both houses at the expiration of the said period in the form in which it was passed by the legislative assembly.

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QUESTION: 3

Annual financial statement (a statement of the estimated receipts and expenditure of the state) at the end of every financial year shall be laid before the house or houses of state legislature by…………….

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The correct option is A as Annual financial statement  at the end of every financial year shall be laid before the house or houses of the state legislature by governor.

QUESTION: 4

The validity of any proceedings in the legislature of a state shall not be called in question on the ground of ……………..of procedure

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QUESTION: 5

No discussion shall take place in the legislature of a state with respect to the conduct of any …………………..in the discharge of his duties

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QUESTION: 6

The total number of high courts in India at present is

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QUESTION: 7

“every high court shall consists of a chief justice and such other judges as the………………….may from the time to time deem it necessary to appoint”

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QUESTION: 8

What are the qualifications for appointment as a Judge of high court. Choose the correct one.

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QUESTION: 9

Who decides about the number of judges in a high court?

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QUESTION: 10

The chief justice oh high court is appointed by

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QUESTION: 11

The salary and allowances of the high court judges are paid put of

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QUESTION: 12

Who enjoys the power to determine the strength of high court judges?

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QUESTION: 13

On what ground can a judge of a high court be removed?

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QUESTION: 14

Under which of the following writs can the high court direct public official or the government not to enforce a law which is unconstitutional?

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QUESTION: 15

The jurisdiction of the high court can be extended or restricted by the

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QUESTION: 16

The pension of the judges of the high courts are charged to

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QUESTION: 17

Judges of the high court can be removed from office before expiry of their term by the president

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QUESTION: 18

The chief justice and the other judges of the high court retire at the age of

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QUESTION: 19

The judges of high court are appointed by the president in consultation with the

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The correct answer is D as the Chief justice of the concerned high court
b)Chief justice of India
c)Governor of the state , they all are consulted.

QUESTION: 20

Usually each state has a high court, but a common high court for two or more states or for two or more states or UT’s can be established by the

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QUESTION: 21

According to Art. 215, Every High courts to be the court of record and shall have all the powers of such a court including the

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QUESTION: 22

Oath or affirmation by the judges of the high court’s before

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QUESTION: 23

No person has held office as a permanent judge of a high court shall plead or act in any court or before any authority in India except……………………………………….

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QUESTION: 24

Transfer of a judge of a high court is done by the

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QUESTION: 25

Power to issue writs for the enforcement of fundamental rights by high courts and supreme court. Which court has wider scope in the cases of writs (under Art. 32 or 226)?

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QUESTION: 26

Which kind of power exercised by high courts over all courts and tribunals throughout the territories in relation to which it exercises jurisdiction

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QUESTION: 27

Who is appointed the district judges?

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QUESTION: 28

District judge is under the control of

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QUESTION: 29

Every UT shall be administered by the president acting through an ……………………to be appointed by president with such designation as he may specify

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QUESTION: 30

Art. 224 A empowers the chief justice of high court to request with the consent of the president, a retired judge of a high court, to sit and act as a judge of that court until the permanent judge has resumed his duties is known as

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Article 224 A will be invoked to allow chief justices of high courts to appoint retired judicial officers as “ad hoc judges.”
Article 224 A of the Constitution states that the Chief Justice of a high court, with the previous consent of the President (Centre), requests any person who has held the office of a judge of that court or any other high court to sit and act as a judge of the high court for that state.

QUESTION: 31

What are the principles for exercising the writ jurisdiction under Art. 226 of the constitution?

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QUESTION: 32

Gram Sabha may exercise such powers and perform such functions at the……………………as the legislature of a state may by law, provide

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QUESTION: 33

The duration of panchayats unless dissolved shall be for

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QUESTION: 34

Elections of the panchayats to be conducted by

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QUESTION: 35

There shall be constituted in every state,………………………..for a larger urban area

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QUESTION: 36

Which of the following writs can be issued in a public interest litigation (PIL) related to service matters

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QUESTION: 37

Judicial review is a device to check arbitrary power of the

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A is the correct option.Judicial review is a process to control the arbitrariness of executive by the help of court.

QUESTION: 38

Which of the following is not true about the supreme court?

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QUESTION: 39

Which of the following is an extensive original jurisdiction given by the constitution of India to supreme court?

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QUESTION: 40

When can a president refer a matter to the supreme court for its opinion?

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QUESTION: 41

The official language of the union is

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Hindi in Devanagari script is the official language of the Union .

QUESTION: 42

Language to be used in supreme court and high courts is

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QUESTION: 43

Proclamation of national emergency on the grounds of

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QUESTION: 44

Maximum duration of national emergency proclaimed by president remain in force without approval from houses of parliament is

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A is the correct option.The President can declare such an emergency only on the basis of a written request by the Cabinet headed by the Prime Minister. Such a proclamation must be laid before both houses of Parliament and the state of emergency expires after one month unless approved within that time by both houses sitting and voting separately. However, if the Lok Sabha (the lower house) has been dissolved or dissolution takes place in the state of emergency, and the Rajya Sabha approves of the state of emergency, the deadline for the Lok Sabha is extended until thirty days after that house reconstituted.

QUESTION: 45

Maximum duration of national emergency proclaimed by president remain in force with approval from houses of parliament is

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QUESTION: 46

Provisions relating to emergency are based on or borrowed from

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QUESTION: 47

All fundamental rights are suspended during the time of emergency except…………………

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QUESTION: 48

Maximum duration of state emergency proclaimed by president remain in force without approval from houses of parliament is

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QUESTION: 49

Maximum duration of state emergency proclaimed by president remain in force with approval from houses of parliament is

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QUESTION: 50

Maximum duration of state emergency prevailed in a state till

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