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Test: Parliamentary Committees - Question 1

Parliamentary committee means a committee that:

1. Is appointed or elected by the Speaker / Chairman or nominated by the House

2. Works under the direction of the Speaker / Chairman

Which of these statements are correct?

Detailed Solution for Test: Parliamentary Committees - Question 1

Parliamentary committee means a committee that: 1 Is appointed or elected by the House or nominated by the Speaker / Chairman 2 Works under the direction of the Speaker / Chairman 3. Presents its report to the House or to the Speaker / Chairman 4. Has a secretariat provided by the Lok Sabha / Rajya Sabha

Test: Parliamentary Committees - Question 2

The functions of the public accounts committee are

1. To examine the appropriation accounts and finance accounts of the union government

2. To examine the accounts of state corporations

Which of these statements are correct?

Detailed Solution for Test: Parliamentary Committees - Question 2

Functions -

1. To examine the appropriation accounts and the finance accounts of the Union government and any other accounts laid before the Lok Sabha.

2. The appropriation accounts compare the actual expenditure with the expenditure sanctioned by the Parliament through the Appropriation Act, while the finance accounts show the annual receipts and disbursements of the Union Government.

3. In scrutinizing the appropriation accounts and the audit report of CAG on it, the committee has to satisfy itself that - (a) the money that has been disbursed was legally available for the applied service or purpose; (b) the expenditure conforms to the authority that governs it; and (c) every re-appropriation has been made in accordance with the related rules.

4. To examine the accounts of state corporations, trading concerns and manufacturing projects and the audit report of CAG on them (except public undertakings).

5. To examine the accounts of autonomous and semi-autonomous bodies, the audit of which is conducted by the CAG.

6. To consider the report of the CAG relating to the audit of any receipt or to examine the accounts of stores and stocks.

7. To examine the money spent on any service during a financial year in excess of the amount granted by the Lok Sabha for that purpose. In the fulfillment of the above functions, the committee is assisted by the CAG.

Test: Parliamentary Committees - Question 3

Consider the following statements about the Committee on Absence of Members.

1. This committee considers all applications from members for leave of absence from the sittings of the House and examines the cases of members who have been absent for a period of 10 days or more without permission.

2. In Lok Sabha it consists of 15 members, while in Rajya Sabha it consists of 10 members

Which of these statements are correct?

Detailed Solution for Test: Parliamentary Committees - Question 3 This committee considers all applications from members for leave of absence from the sittings of the House, and examines the cases of members who have been absent for a period of 60 days or more without permission. It is a special committee of the Lok Sabha and consists of 15 members. There is no such committee in the Rajya Sabha and all such matters are dealt by the House itself.
Test: Parliamentary Committees - Question 4

Consider the following statements.

1. Consultative committees are attached to various ministries / departments of the Central Government

2. In Lok Sabha it consists of 15 members, while in Rajya Sabha it consists of 10 members

3. These committees are constituted by the Ministry of of parliamentary affairs

Which of these statements are correct?

Detailed Solution for Test: Parliamentary Committees - Question 4

Consultative Committees Formation: These committees are constituted by the Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs. These are normally constituted after the new Lok Sabha is constituted. This implies that these committees stand dissolved upon dissolution of every Lok Sabha and thus, are reconstituted upon the constitution of each Lok Sabha. Composition The guidelines regarding the composition, functions, and procedures of these committees are formulated by the Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs. The same Ministry also makes arrangements for holding their meetings both during the session and the intersession period of Parliament. These consist of members of both the Houses of Parliament. However, the membership of these committees is voluntary and is left to the choice of the members and the leaders of their parties. The maximum membership of a committee is 30 and the minimum is 10. Functions These committees are attached to various ministries/departments of the Central Government. The Minister/Minister of State in charge of the Ministry concerned acts as the chairman of the consultative committee of that ministry. These provide a forum for informal discussions between the ministers and the members of Parliament on policies and programs of the government and the manner of their implementation. The Consultative Committees are not Parliamentary Committees. A parliamentary committee means a committee that: Is appointed or elected by the House or nominated by the Speaker/Chairman. Works under the direction of the Speaker/Chairman. Presents its report to the House or to the Speaker/Chairman. Has a secretariat provided by the Lok Sabha/Rajya Sabha.

Test: Parliamentary Committees - Question 5

In the Rajya Sabha, the rules committee consists of

Detailed Solution for Test: Parliamentary Committees - Question 5 Rules Committee Every house of Parliament has a rules committee which considers the issues related to procedure and conduct of the business in that house and suggest necessary amendments in the rules. The Lok Sabha committee has 15 members and Speaker is its ex-officio chairman. Rajya Sabha committee has 16 members and Vice-President is its ex-officio Chairman.
Test: Parliamentary Committees - Question 6

The Rajya Sabha does not have which committee?

Detailed Solution for Test: Parliamentary Committees - Question 6 Rajya Sabha does not have committee on absence of members and committee on private members' bills and resolutions.
Test: Parliamentary Committees - Question 7

The speaker of the Lok Sabha is the ex-officio president of all the forms except the

Detailed Solution for Test: Parliamentary Committees - Question 7 The Speaker is the ex-officio President of all the parliamentary forums except the Parliamentary Forum on Population and Public Health where the chairman of Rajya Sabha is the ex-officio President and the Speaker of the Lok Sabha is ex-officio Co-President.
Test: Parliamentary Committees - Question 8

Consider the following statements about committee on public accounts.

1. This Committee consists of 15 members elected by the Lok Sabha and 7 members of the Rajya Sabha are associated with it.

2. The members are elected through the principle of proportional representation by means of the single transferable vote in both the houses.

3. The term of the Committee is one year.

Which of these statements are not correct?

Detailed Solution for Test: Parliamentary Committees - Question 8

Committee on Public Accounts: This Committee consists of 15 members elected by the Lok Sabha and 7 members of the Rajya Sabha are associated with it.

The members are elected through the principle of proportional representation by means of the single transferable vote in both the houses. The term of the Committee is one year. The chairman of the committee is appointed by the Speaker of the Lok Sabha from amongst the members of the committee.

Test: Parliamentary Committees - Question 9

Consider the following statements about Committee on Empowerment of Women.

1. The committee consists of 30 members that include 15 members from the Lok Sabha and 15 members from the Rajya Sabha.

2. The main function of the committee is to review and monitor the measures taken by the union government for securing women equality, status and dignity in all fields

Which of these statements are correct?

Detailed Solution for Test: Parliamentary Committees - Question 9 Committee on Empowerment of Women The committee consists of 30 members that include 20 members from the Lok Sabha and 10 members from the Rajya Sabha. The main function of the committee is to review and monitor the measures taken by the union government for securing women equality, status and dignity in all fields.
Test: Parliamentary Committees - Question 10

Which of the following statements are correct about committee on privileges?

1. The function of the committee is to examine case involving breach of privilege of the House or of the members of any committee referred to it by the House or by the Speaker and to make suitable recommendations in its report

2. The Lok Sabha committee and the Rajya Sabha committee consist of 15 and 10 members respectively

Choose from the following options.

Detailed Solution for Test: Parliamentary Committees - Question 10 The function of the committee is to examine case involving breach of privilege of the House or of the members of any committee referred to it by the House or by the Speaker and to make suitable recommendations in its report. The Lok Sabha committee and the Rajya Sabha committee consist of 15 and 10 members respectively.
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