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Olympiad Test Level 1: Indian Polity- 2 - Question 1

How many members were there in the Constitutent Assembly?

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There were 389 members in the Constituent Assembly. The members of the Constituent Assembly were taken from different regions, castes, genders, and sections. It also consisted of different experts and political representatives.

Olympiad Test Level 1: Indian Polity- 2 - Question 2

Name the body of the Parliament that can be dissolved by the President?

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The President can dissolve the Lok Sabha on the advice of the Council of Ministers. As the Prime Minister is head of the Council of Ministers and represents the council of Ministers to the President, then the president can dissolve the Lok Sabha on the advice of the prime minister. Our constitution also states that the president will act on the advice of the Prime minister and his council of ministers. It means he can dissolve Lok Sabha if the Prime minister recommends him to do so.

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Olympiad Test Level 1: Indian Polity- 2 - Question 3

How many members are nominated by the President for Rajya Sabha?

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Twelve members are nominated to the Rajya Sabha by the President of India for a six-years term for their contributions to arts, literature, sciences, and social services.

Olympiad Test Level 1: Indian Polity- 2 - Question 4

The President of India can hold office for a period of

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  • In India, the President holds office for a period of 5 years.
  • This has been provided in article 56 (1) of the Indian Constitution.
  • The President is the formal head of the executive, legislature and judiciary of India.
  • He is the first citizen of India(Article 53). The idea of the President is taken from England.
Olympiad Test Level 1: Indian Polity- 2 - Question 5

Rajya Sabha is also known as

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  • Rajya Sabha is also known as the Upper House or Council of States.
  • The present membership of the Rajya Sabha is 245 members (233 elected members and 12 nominated by the President).
  • Article 80 of the Constitution lays down the maximum strength of the Rajya Sabha as 250, out of which 12 members are nominated by the President and 238 members are representatives of the States and of the two Union Territories.
Olympiad Test Level 1: Indian Polity- 2 - Question 6

Who among the following is the leader of the ruling party in Lok Sabha?

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  • In India, the leader of the ruling party in the Lok Sabha is usually the Prime Minister of India.
  • The Leader of the House serves as the Parliamentary Chairperson of the majority party in the house.
  • If the Prime Minister is not a member of the Lower House of Parliament, members can nominate another minister as the Leader of the House. 
Olympiad Test Level 1: Indian Polity- 2 - Question 7

Legislative Assembly is also known as

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The State Legislative Assembly, or Vidhan Sabha, or also Saasana Sabha, is a legislative body in the states and union territories of India.

Olympiad Test Level 1: Indian Polity- 2 - Question 8

_______ has the power to give or withhold his assent for a bill passed by the parliament.

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The President shall not withhold constitutional amendment bill duly passed by Parliament per Article 368. If the President gives his assent, the bill is published in The Gazette of India and becomes an act from the date of his assent. If he withholds his assent, the bill is dropped, which is known as an absolute veto.

Olympiad Test Level 1: Indian Polity- 2 - Question 9

Members of legislative Assembly are called

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Those elected or appointed to a Legislative Assembly (Vidhan Sabha) are referred to as Members of the Legislative Assembly or MLAs. Each legislative constituency of the State or UT is represented by only one MLA.

Olympiad Test Level 1: Indian Polity- 2 - Question 10

Who among the following persons is acknowledged as the Father of the Indian Constitution?

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Dr. B.R. Ambedkar is acknowledged as the father of the Indian Constitution. On 29th August, 1947 passing one resolution the Constituent Assembly appointed a ‘Drafting Committee” with seven members including Dr. Ambedkar for preparing a draft of the Constitution of independent India.

Olympiad Test Level 1: Indian Polity- 2 - Question 11

In India, the judges of High Court of a State are appointed by

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The judges of a high court are appointed by the President.

  • For the appointment of High Court judges, the chief justice of the concerned high court is also consulted.
  • He should have been an advocate of a high court for ten years. 
  • The judges of a high court hold the office until he attains the age of 62 years. 
  • A judge of a high court can be removed in the same manner and on the same grounds as a judge of the Supreme Court.
Olympiad Test Level 1: Indian Polity- 2 - Question 12

Who is the head of the Legislative Assembly?

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The Chief Minister is the leader of the majority party in the legislative assembly. He and most of the other ministers are taken from among its member of the legislative assembly.

Olympiad Test Level 1: Indian Polity- 2 - Question 13

The normal term of Lok Sabha is

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  • Lok Sabha is the lower house of India's bicameral Parliament.
  • The Hindi name of Lok Sabha was adopted by the house of the people on 14th May 1954.
  • The full term of a Lok Sabha is 5 years.
  • The fifth Lok Sabha from 1971 to 1977(5 years 10 months and 6 days) is the longest Lok Sabha in India.
  • The twelfth Lok Sabha from 1998 to 1999(1 year 1 month and 4 days) is the shortest Lok Sabha in India.
Olympiad Test Level 1: Indian Polity- 2 - Question 14

Political party that runs government is

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In a democratic setup, ruling party is the party or coalition of the majority in the House which administers the affairs of the state. It controls the executive branch of the government. As of 2016, BJP is the country's largest political party in terms of representation in the parliament.

Olympiad Test Level 1: Indian Polity- 2 - Question 15

An individual member of Rajya Sabha has a tenure of

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Rajya Sabha has an indefinite term and is not subject to dissolution (Article 83.1). The term of an Individual Rajya Sabha member is 6 years and one-third of its members retire every two years, in accordance with the rules as prescribed by the parliament of India.

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