Practice Test: Indian Polity - 9


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QUESTION: 1

The secretary of the standing committees of the panchayat samiti is

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QUESTION: 2

The commit tee on Panc ha yati R aj was set-u p i n Mysore in the year

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QUESTION: 3

 Ashok Mehta Committee was appointed in

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QUESTION: 4

Till 1958, the rural and urban local government was under

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QUESTION: 5

In some of the corporations, there is another body of elected functionaries, elected by councillors and enjoying the same privileges of the councillors. They are known as

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QUESTION: 6

Nagar panchayat is otherwise known in Gujarat as

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QUESTION: 7

The presiding officer of the Cantonment Board is

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QUESTION: 8

Improvement Trusts comes under the classification of

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QUESTION: 9

Personnel system of local governments can be classified as

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Generally the personnel system of the urban local self-government are of
three types: -
1. A separate personnel system in which each local self-government
appoints and administers personnel who are not automatically
transferable to another jurisdiction.
2. A unified local government service in which some or all categories of
personnel of local governments constitute a career services for the
entire state, it is the state government which administers and controls
service and the personnel is transferable between local governments
only.
3. An integrated service in which the personnel of the state government
and that of local government fomn part of the same service and
transfers are possible not only between local governments but also to
the departments of the state government
 

QUESTION: 10

Article of Indian Constitution which empowers Governor of the state to reserve a bill for presidential assent is

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QUESTION: 11

The states to adopt a panchayati raj form of local governments first, are

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QUESTION: 12

The formulation of structure, function and the utilisation of financial, administrative and human resources of panchayati raj institutions should, in our opinion, be determined on the emerging functional necessity or management of rural development. This refers to

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QUESTION: 13

Whi ch of the f ollow ing is not one of the Al l-India Services ?

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QUESTION: 14

At present the Union Public Service Commission consists of the Chairman and—

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The present UPSC Chairman is Pradeep Kumar Joshi. Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) consists of a chairman and ten members.

QUESTION: 15

 Which of the following statements about the qualifications of the members of UPSC is not correct ?

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QUESTION: 16

The tenure of office of the members of the .U.P.S.C. is —

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QUESTION: 17

The functions of the Union Public Service Commission as envisaged in the Constitution are of the following except

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QUESTION: 18

Which of the following statements about the mandatory consultation with the U.P.S.C. is not correct ?

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It is generally compulsory for the Government of India to consult the Union Public Service Commission in respect of all the above matters. Nevertheless, the President has the power to make rules, specifying the matters in which, either generally or in particular circumstances the commission may not be consulted. Under the Union Public Service Commission (exemption from consultation) regulations framed by the President in 1958, it is not obligatory for the President to consult the U.P.S.C. in the following cases.
Posts concerned with the administration of North-East Frontier Agency and any service or post in respect of which the commission has agreed that it is not necessary for it to be consulted. The temporary and officiating appointments can also be made without consulting the U.P.S.C.

QUESTION: 19

Whi ch of the foll owing about the ac tion taken on U.P.S.C.'s recommendation is correct?

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QUESTION: 20

When was the National Academy of Administration established at Musoorie ?

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QUESTION: 21

The constitution - makers provided for an appointed Governor in preference to an elected Governor for the following reasons except—

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QUESTION: 22

Arguments against the appointment of Governor by the President are the following except–

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QUESTION: 23

The qualifications for appointment as Governor of a State are –
(i) the persons to be appointed Governor should have completed 35 years of age
(ii) he should have at least a Bachelor's degree  from a recognised university
(iii) he should be qualified to be appointed as a Member of Parliament or State Legislature

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The correct option is B.
A governor must:

  • be a [citizen of India].
  • be at least 35 years of age.
  • not be a member of the either house of the parliament or house of the state legislature.
  • not hold any office of profit.
     
QUESTION: 24

During his tenure of office, the office of Governor can be vacated in the following circumstances except–

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QUESTION: 25

Which of the following statements about the conditions of appointment of Governor is not correct ?

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