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Test: Constitution Of India - 4 - Question 1

Who can dissolve the Lok Sabha before the expiry of its normal term of 5 yrs.?

Detailed Solution for Test: Constitution Of India - 4 - Question 1

C is the correct option. The President summons both the Houses (the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha) of the Parliament and prorogues them. They also have the power to dissolve the Lok Sabha on the recommendation by the PM, pursuant to Article 85(2)(b). 

Test: Constitution Of India - 4 - Question 2

The Rajya Sabha which is the upper house of parliament has a maximum strength of

Test: Constitution Of India - 4 - Question 3

The members of Rajya Sabha are elected for

Test: Constitution Of India - 4 - Question 4

The parliament or state legislature can declare a seat vacant if a member absents himself without permission from the session for

Test: Constitution Of India - 4 - Question 5

The power to prorogue the Lok Sabha rests with

Test: Constitution Of India - 4 - Question 6

Which article of the Indian Constitution mentioned the posts of Speaker and Deputy Speaker of the House of People—

Detailed Solution for Test: Constitution Of India - 4 - Question 6 The Speaker and Deputy Speaker of the House of the People The House of the People shall, as soon as may be, choose two members of the House to be respectively Speaker and Deputy Speaker thereof and, so often as the office of Speaker or Deputy Speaker becomes vacant, the House shall choose another member to be Speaker or Deputy Speaker, as the case may be.
Test: Constitution Of India - 4 - Question 7

Under which Article of the Constitution, the Council of State (Rajya Sabha) has a Chairman and Deputy Chairman—

Test: Constitution Of India - 4 - Question 8

Which House shall not be a subject for dissolution—

Test: Constitution Of India - 4 - Question 9

Within which period the President has to summon session of the Parliament—

Test: Constitution Of India - 4 - Question 10

How many members can be nominated by the President to the Rajya Sabha?

Test: Constitution Of India - 4 - Question 11

In addition to 550 members in Lok Sabha, how many members represent to Anglo Indian community?

Detailed Solution for Test: Constitution Of India - 4 - Question 11

Maximum strength of the House is 552 members - 530 members to represent the States, 20 members to represent the Union Territories, and 2 members to be nominated by the President from the Anglo-Indian Community.

Test: Constitution Of India - 4 - Question 12

Which one is not the essential qualification for membership of parliament?

Test: Constitution Of India - 4 - Question 13

According to Art. 103(1) Any question as to disqualification of member of either house of parliament is decided by

Test: Constitution Of India - 4 - Question 14

On reconstitution of lok Sabha, after general elections, the oath taking ceremony is presided over by the senior most member or swear-in members and hold charge till a regular speaker is elected known as

Test: Constitution Of India - 4 - Question 15

Prorogation of the house means

Test: Constitution Of India - 4 - Question 16

On ………………..of the house, general elections take place to constitute a new house

Test: Constitution Of India - 4 - Question 17

Quorum refers to

Detailed Solution for Test: Constitution Of India - 4 - Question 17

C is the correct option. Article 100 of the Constitution of India stipulates that at least 10% of total number of members of the House must be present to constitute the quorum to constitute a meeting of either House of Parliament.

Test: Constitution Of India - 4 - Question 18

How many sessions of parliament in a year?

Test: Constitution Of India - 4 - Question 19

What can be the maximum gap b/w two sessions of parliament?

Test: Constitution Of India - 4 - Question 20

The term bicameral legislature means

Detailed Solution for Test: Constitution Of India - 4 - Question 20

B is the correct option.Bicameralism is the practice of having two Houses of Parliament. ... Under Article 169, Parliament may by law create or abolish the second chamber in a State if the Legislative Assembly of that State passes a resolution to that effect by a special majority. At present, seven Indian States have bicameral legislatures.

Test: Constitution Of India - 4 - Question 21

For amendment of constitution, a bill may be introduced in

Test: Constitution Of India - 4 - Question 22

Who advises the central govt. on legal issues?

Test: Constitution Of India - 4 - Question 23

Which official has the right to take part in the proceedings of the parliament without being a member?

Test: Constitution Of India - 4 - Question 24

Bona vacantia refers to

Test: Constitution Of India - 4 - Question 25

Money bill can only be introduced in

Test: Constitution Of India - 4 - Question 26

In the case of deadlock b/w the two houses of the parliament, the joint sitting is presided over by the

Test: Constitution Of India - 4 - Question 27

Who among the following decides whether particular bill is a money bill or not?

Test: Constitution Of India - 4 - Question 28

For all purposes, an amendment bill has to be passed by

Test: Constitution Of India - 4 - Question 29

Which house is better placed with regard to control over the executive?

Detailed Solution for Test: Constitution Of India - 4 - Question 29

Lok Sabha is better placed with regard to control over the executive. Lok Sabha exercises control over the executive more effectively than Rajya Sabha because it is a directly elected body. Lok Sabha has the power to make laws, ask questions and amend the Constitution.

Test: Constitution Of India - 4 - Question 30

All moneys received by or on behalf of the GOI are credited to

Detailed Solution for Test: Constitution Of India - 4 - Question 30

C is the correct option. Article 226 provides us that All other public moneys received by or on behalf of the Government of India or the Government of a State shall be credited to the public account of India or the public account of the State, as the case may be.

Test: Constitution Of India - 4 - Question 31

At the joint sitting of parliament a bill has to be passed

Detailed Solution for Test: Constitution Of India - 4 - Question 31

A is the correct option.A bill which requires a special majority in both the houses (e.g. Constitution Amendment Bill) cannot be introduced in a Joint Session of Parliament. Only the bills which require simple majority in both houses and where the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha are having conflict, can be introduced/passed in a Joint Session of Parliament.
In a joint sitting of Parliament, a bill is passed simply by the majority of the both the members of the house present and voting. Since Lok Sabha has more members as compared to Rajya Sabha therefore its influence prevails.

Test: Constitution Of India - 4 - Question 32

The president has absolute veto with regard to

Test: Constitution Of India - 4 - Question 33

Money can be withdrawn from the consolidated fund of India only with the approval of the

Test: Constitution Of India - 4 - Question 34

A money bill passed by the Lok Sabha can be delayed by the Rajya Sabha for a maximum period of

Test: Constitution Of India - 4 - Question 35

What happens if a money bill passed by lok Sabha is partially amended by the rajya sabha?

Test: Constitution Of India - 4 - Question 36

In case there is inconsistency b/w the laws made by parliament and the laws made by state legislature, which one of the following shall prevail?

Detailed Solution for Test: Constitution Of India - 4 - Question 36

The correct option is B.

 Subject to the provisions of this Constitution, Parliament may make laws for the whole or any part of the territory of India, and the Legislature of a State may make laws for the whole or any part of the State. No law made by Parliament shall be deemed to be invalid on the ground that it would have extra-territorial operation. 246.Notwithstanding anything in clauses (2) and (3), Parliament has exclusive power to make laws with respect to any of the matters enumerated in List I in the Seventh Schedule (in this Constitution referred to as the “Union List”).

Test: Constitution Of India - 4 - Question 37

Which are the disqualifications for membership of either house of parliament under Art 102?

Test: Constitution Of India - 4 - Question 38

Powers and privileges of the members of houses of parliament is enshrined under

Test: Constitution Of India - 4 - Question 39

A bill pending in the parliament shall not lapse by reason of the

Detailed Solution for Test: Constitution Of India - 4 - Question 39

The correct option is A.
A Bill pending in the Legislature of 3 State shall not lapse by reason of the prorogation of the House or Houses thereof. A Bill pending in the Legislative Council of a State which has not been passed by the Legislative Assembly shall not lapse on dissolution of the Assembly

Test: Constitution Of India - 4 - Question 40

joint sitting of both the houses in the case of deadlock may be convened by president if after a bill has been passed by one house and transmitted to the other house, when……

Test: Constitution Of India - 4 - Question 41

To make any grant in advance in respect of the estimated expenditure for a part of any financial year pending the completion of the procedure prescribed in Art. 113 for voting of such grant and pass the law is known as

Test: Constitution Of India - 4 - Question 42

To make any grant for meeting an unexpected demand upon the resources of India is known as

Test: Constitution Of India - 4 - Question 43

Power of the president to promulgate ordinances during recess of parliament is mentioned under Art 123 shall be cease to operate before passing from both the houses of parliament at the expiration of

Test: Constitution Of India - 4 - Question 44

What can be the maximum gap b/w two sessions of parliament?

Test: Constitution Of India - 4 - Question 45

Within which period the President has to summon session of the Parliament—

Test: Constitution Of India - 4 - Question 46

Nemo dat quod non habet means

Test: Constitution Of India - 4 - Question 47

Power to grant pardons vests with the

Test: Constitution Of India - 4 - Question 48

The directive principles are

Detailed Solution for Test: Constitution Of India - 4 - Question 48

The correct answer is B as directive principles are non justiciable.

Test: Constitution Of India - 4 - Question 49

Nositur a sociis means

Test: Constitution Of India - 4 - Question 50

Constitution of India came into effect from?

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