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QUESTION: 1

What is meant by ‘Office Memorandum’?

Solution:

A Special Order of the Government is an Office Memorandum. It is released for administration on a regular basis. It is a document usually used by an organization for communication.

  • Basically, an Office Memorandum is a document released by a proper authority stating the government’s policy or decision.
  • It is recognized as an order from the government or a circular released by the executive branch.
  • It is released for administration on a daily basis.
QUESTION: 2

Which one of the following institution exercises greater power over the Union budget?

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QUESTION: 3

By whom the office order dated 13-8-1990 regarding reservation of seats signed?

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QUESTION: 4

When was the Second Backward Class Commission appointed?

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QUESTION: 5

The President of India is elected by

Solution:

The president is indirectly elected by an electoral college comprising the Parliament of India (both houses) and the legislative assemblies of each of India's states and territories, who themselves are all directly elected.

QUESTION: 6

Ministers of state are attached to and required to assist Cabinet Ministers.

Solution:

The three categories of ministers which constitute the Council of Ministers are : 
(i) Cabinet Ministers are usually top-level leaders of the ruling party or parties who are in-charge of the major ministries. Usually the Cabinet Ministers meet to take decisions in the name of the Council of Ministers. Cabinet is thus the inner ring of the Council of Ministers. It comprises about 20 ministers. 
(ii) Ministers of State with independent charge are usually in-charge of smaller ministries. They participate in the Cabinet meetings only when specially invited. 
(iii) Ministers of State are attached to and required to assist Cabinet Ministers.

QUESTION: 7

Who was the head of the Second Backward Classes Commission?

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QUESTION: 8

Judiciary (court) can take up any dispute like
(i) Between citizens and the judiciary
(i) Between citizens and the government
(iii) Between two or more state governments
(iv) Between government at the Union and governments of the other countries.

Observe the statements and select the best options

Solution:

Article 131 of Indian Constitution provides for Original Jurisdiction that deals with disputes (i) between the Government of India and one or more States, (ii) between the Government of India and any State or States on the one side and one or more other States on the other, or (iii) between two or more states. Apart from it, SC can also take up disputes between the centre and the citizens of country as well as between citizens of the country.

QUESTION: 9

Which of the following groups is the two houses of Parliament in India?

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QUESTION: 10

Who is the highest formed authority in the country?

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