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Test: The Executive (Union Government) - Question 1

The executive power of the Indian Union is vested in the

Test: The Executive (Union Government) - Question 2

The President of India is elected by

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The President of India is elected by the

Test: The Executive (Union Government) - Question 4

Who amongst the following CANNOT vote in the election of the President?

Test: The Executive (Union Government) - Question 5

Who was the elected President of India unanimously?

Test: The Executive (Union Government) - Question 6

Which of the following is appointed by the President?

Test: The Executive (Union Government) - Question 7

Which one of the following officials is not appointed by the President?

Test: The Executive (Union Government) - Question 8

Who among the following DOES NOT hold office at the pleasure of the President?

Detailed Solution for Test: The Executive (Union Government) - Question 8

CAG is appointed by the President of India on advice of Union Cabinet under Article 76(1) of the Constitution and holds office during the pleasure of the President.

Test: The Executive (Union Government) - Question 9

The President appoints all of the following but

Detailed Solution for Test: The Executive (Union Government) - Question 9

The President may appoint all of the following except the Advocate General of India.

Test: The Executive (Union Government) - Question 10

Who is legally competent to declare war orconclude peace?

Test: The Executive (Union Government) - Question 11

If a vote of ‘no confidence’ is passed by the legislature against the Prime Minister,

Test: The Executive (Union Government) - Question 12

The satisfaction of President for any provision means

Test: The Executive (Union Government) - Question 13

After which Amendment in Article 74 was the word ‘may’ replaced with ‘shall’ is to clarify that the President shall exercise his functions in accordance with the advice of the council ofministers?

Test: The Executive (Union Government) - Question 14

Which one is regarded as the most active committee of the Cabinet?

Test: The Executive (Union Government) - Question 15

In which case is the President NOT bound by the aid and advice of the Council of Ministers?

Detailed Solution for Test: The Executive (Union Government) - Question 15

If one goes through the 42nd and 44th amendment they will get to know that the president may consider the aid and advise of the council of ministers and act in accordance of it.But not necessarily .He might not consider the advise and act according to his or her will.

Test: The Executive (Union Government) - Question 16

The President of India is elected by

Test: The Executive (Union Government) - Question 17

The President of India can return the advice ofthe Cabinet for reconsideration

Test: The Executive (Union Government) - Question 18

The veto power of the President covers

Test: The Executive (Union Government) - Question 19

The only instance of the President exercising his power of veto related to

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If the President wants to resign, he should address his resignation letter to the

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Any charge for the impeachment of the President may be initiated

Test: The Executive (Union Government) - Question 22

The Vice-President discharges the duties of the President in the event of

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The Vice-President can be removed before his term by

Detailed Solution for Test: The Executive (Union Government) - Question 23

According to Article 67(b) in The Constitution of India, a Vice President may be removed from his office by a resolution of the council of States passed by a majority of all the then members of the council and agreed to by the House of the People.

Test: The Executive (Union Government) - Question 24

In the event of vacancies in the offices of both the President and the Vice-President, who shall discharge the functions of the President till a new one is elected?

Test: The Executive (Union Government) - Question 25

A Governor holds office

Test: The Executive (Union Government) - Question 26

The minimum age for the Governor of a State is

Test: The Executive (Union Government) - Question 27

Which legislative power is enjoyed by the Governor?

Test: The Executive (Union Government) - Question 28

A Governor can return the advice of the Cabinet for reconsideration

Test: The Executive (Union Government) - Question 29

Generally, the Prime Minister is

Test: The Executive (Union Government) - Question 30

Who allocates portfolios among the ministers?

Detailed Solution for Test: The Executive (Union Government) - Question 30

The Prime Minister is responsible for aiding and advising the President in the distribution of work of the Government to various ministries and offices and in terms of the Government of India (Allocation of Business) Rules, 1961. The coordinating work is generally allocated to the Cabinet Secretariat. While generally the work of the Government is divided into various Ministries, the Prime Minister may retain certain portfolios if they are not allocated to any member of the cabinet. 

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