Who is the head of the Government in our country?
Which of the following statements is very much correct regarding Office Memorandum?
Which of the following institutions can amend the Constitution?
What is ‘Parliament’?
Can the Houses of Parliament be dissolved? Select the correct option.
The President can appoint any person of his choice as Prime Minister of India.
Who holds the most important and powerful position in the Government?
Why do democratic governments insist on Institutions?
(i) Institutions make it difficult to have a good decision taken very quickly
(ii) Make it easy to rush through a bad decision
(iii) Institutions provide an opportunity for a wider set of people to foe consulted in any decision
(iv) In order to have delayed and complicated decision.
Which of the following decisions can be taken by the President on his own?
The Supreme Court does not have one of these functions.
Who among the following is not part of the permanent executive?
Which of the following institutions is not a part of Parliament in India?
Which Institution settles disputes between citizens and the government.
Parliament decides legal disputes between two state governments.
In India, we do not have an integrated judiciary.
Apart from Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha, who else constitutes the Parliament?
The Indian Parliament comprises of 3 elements : The President and the two Houses— Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha. The President of India is the Head of the State and serves for a term of 5 years.
An assembly of people’s representatives with the power to enact laws for a country is called a/an Legislature.
A legislature is a deliberative assembly with the authority to make laws for a political entity such as a country or city. Legislatures form important parts of most governments; in the separation of powers model, they are often contrasted with the executive and judicial branches of government.
What is the total number of elected members in the Lok Sabha?
Which of the two houses is more powerful?
The courts which function under the supervision and orders of the High Court are known as Subordinate Courts.