Practice Test: Indian Polity - 8


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QUESTION: 1

The position of Advocate-General corresponds to the position of

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QUESTION: 2

The appointment of Council of Ministers is referred in the Constitution under

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QUESTION: 3

The Chief Secretary is the head of

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QUESTION: 4

“Until the relevant figures for the first census taken after the year 2000 have been published, it shall not be necessary to readjust the total number of seats in this body of each state and the division of such state into territorial constituencies”. This statement refers to

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QUESTION: 5

The Legislative Council can delay a Non-Money Bill by a period of not more than

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QUESTION: 6

6. In the case of a Money-Bill, the Legislative Council can take not more than

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QUESTION: 7

The tasks of the district administration are better described as

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QUESTION: 8

In Tamil Nadu, Quanungo is replaced by a

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QUESTION: 9

Revenue Divisions represent subdivisions of Districts in

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QUESTION: 10

In Maharashtra, the units of districts are known as

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QUESTION: 11

‘Firka’ is the unit of revenue administration in

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QUESTION: 12

The first local body was set up in

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QUESTION: 13

The first Municipal Corporation was set up in Madras in the year

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QUESTION: 14

“People were willing to pay five shillings for the public good and taxed by themselves, than pay six pence for the despotic power”. This refers to the

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QUESTION: 15

 The term “Father of the local self-Government” is attributed to

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QUESTION: 16

Committee on the Training of Municipal Employees was appointed in

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QUESTION: 17

Department of Community Development and Panchayati Raj is in charge of the Rural Local Government in

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The Rural Development and Panchayati Raj Department of Rajasthan is involved in the process of rural development and progress of Panchayat system in the state. Users can get information on the central and state sponsored schemes. Details on centrally and externally aided project are also available. Users can also get information on the BPL census. Annual reports of the physical and financial progress are also available.

QUESTION: 18

 Implementation of the community development programmes is the responsibility of

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QUESTION: 19

Community Development programme was implemented in the year

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QUESTION: 20

The Community Development Movement was started in cooperation with

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QUESTION: 21

Team for the Study of Community Projects and National Extension Service is otherwise known as

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QUESTION: 22

The Balvantray Committee recommended

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QUESTION: 23

Grass-root organisation, where the people themselves directly participate and not their representatives, is

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QUESTION: 24

“Anchalik Panchayat” is the

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QUESTION: 25

The most important committee of the panchayat samiti is

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