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(Q.1) Which is not a part of the parliament? ( 1 mark )
 
(A) Lok Sabha
(B) Rajya Sabha
(C) President
(D) Governor
 
 
(Q.2) What is the term of members of Lok Sabha? ( 1 mark )
 
(A) 5 years
(B) 4 years
(C) 6 years
(D) None of these
 
 
(Q.3) Which is/are the functions of parliament? ( 1 mark )
 
(A) Parliaments all over the world exercise some control over those who run the
government.
(B) Parliament controls all the money that government has.
(C) Parliament is the highest forum of discussion and debate on public issues and
national issues.
(D) All the above are correct.
 
 
(Q.4) Which one is wrongly matched? ( 1 mark )
 
(A) Prime Minister and cabinet — Policy decisions
(B) Civil servants — Implementation of policies
(C) Supreme court — Dispute settlement between centre and states
(D) All of the above are correctly matched.
 
 
(Q.5) Who has the final authority to enact new laws? ( 1 mark )
 
(A) Parliament
(B) President
(C) Prime Minister
(D) None of these
 
 
(Q.6) What was Mandal Commission ? ( 1 mark )
 
(A) It was a commission set up for pension reforms.
(B) It was about reforms in judiciary.
(C) It was set up to enquire and to provide reservation in government jobs to socially
and economically backward classes.
(D) It was about women empowerment.
 
 
(Q.7) Why does government collect taxes? ( 1 mark )
 
(A) To spend on administration
(B) To spend on welfare programmes
(C) To spend on defence
(D) All of the above
 
 
(Q.8) How much reservation is given to OBC’s in government jobs? ( 1 mark )
 
(A) 25%
(B) 30%
(C) 27%
(D) 40%
 
 
(Q.9) “Indira Sawhnay and others vs Union of India case” is considered to be one of the most important case because it is about __________________ ( 1 mark )
 
(A) Centre and state relations
(B) Rservations of OBCs
(C) Electoral Reforms
(D) None of these
 
 
(Q.10) Which one is not a part of parliament in India? ( 1 mark )
(A) Lok Sabha
(B) Rajya Sabha
(C) Legislative Assembly
(D) None of the above
 
 
(Q.11) When was Mandal Commission established? ( 1 mark )
 
(A) 1979
(B) 1989
(C) 1990
(D) None of the above
 
 
(Q.12) The no-confidence motion can be moved only in: ( 1 mark )
 
(A) Lok Sabha
(B) Rajya Sabha
(C) Both
(D) None of these
 
 
(Q.13) Who exercises final authority over ordinary laws? ( 1 mark )
 
(A) Lok Sabha
(B) Rajya Sabha
(C) Prime Minister
(D) Both Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha
 
 
(Q.14) Who has prevailing powers in money matters? ( 1 mark )
 
(A) Lok Sabha
(B) Rajya Sabha
(C) Prime Minister
(D) None of these
 
 
(Q.15) Who is the head of the state? ( 1 mark )
 
 
(Q.16) How many houses are there in the Parliament? ( 1 mark )
 
 
(Q.17) Who resolves disputes arising out of governmental decisions? ( 1 mark )
 
 
(Q.18) Who is the official head of the state? ( 1 mark )
 
(A) President
(B) Prime minister
(C) Council of Minister
(D) None of these
 
 
(Q.19) Who is the “actual head” of government? ( 1 mark )
 
(A) President
(B) Prime Minister
(C) Governor
(D) None of these
 
 
(Q.20) Who was the Prime Minister, when Mandal Commission ( 1 mark )
recommendations were implemented?
 
(A) V.P. Singh
(B) Rajeev Gandhi
(C) Indira Gandhi
(D) None of these
 
 
(Q.21) Choose the incorrect statement: ( 1 mark )
 
(A) Prime Minister is the most important political institution.
(B) President can appoint anyone as Prime Minister whom he/she likes.
(C) Prime minister is the head of council of ministers.
(D) ll statement is correct
 
 
(Q.22) Council of ministers consists of ______________ ( 1 mark )
 
(A) Cabinet Minister only
(B) Minister of state with independent charge
(C) Minister of state
(D) All of the above
 
 
(Q.23) Choose the correct statement: ( 1 mark )
 
(A) Cabinet is the inner ring of the council of ministers.
(B) Ministers of state with independent charge are usually incharge of smaller
ministry.
(C) Minister of state are attached to and required to assist cabinet ministers.
(D) All the statements are true
 
 
(Q.24) Who presides cabinet meetings? ( 1 mark )
 
(A) President
(B) Prime Minister
(C) Home Minister
(D) None of these
 
 
(Q.25) How president is elected? ( 1 mark )
 
(A) President is elected by people directly.
(B) Parliament elects president.
(C) All the members of parliament elect the president and all states Legislative
assemblies.
(D) None of the above
 
 
(Q.26) Which is/are the powers of president? ( 1 mark )
 
(A) All major appointments are made in the name of president.
(B) All international treaties and agreements are made in the name of president.
(C) The president is the supreme commander of armed forces in India.
(D) All the above are true.
 
 
(Q.27) Supreme court can take up any dispute: ( 1 mark )
 
(A) Between citizens of the country
(B) Between two or more state governments
(C) Between centre and state
(D) All of the above
 
 
(Q.28) Who appoints judges of the Supreme Court? ( 1 mark )
 
(A) Parliament
(B) Prime Minister
(C) President on the advice of Prime Minister
(D) None of these
 
 
(Q.29) Explain the meaning of the term executive. ( 2 Marks )
 
 
(Q.30) What is a Political Institution? ( 2 Marks )
 
 
(Q.31) What is Reservation? ( 2 Marks )
 
 
(Q.32) What is SEBC? ( 2 Marks )
 
 
(Q.33) Who is the head of the government? ( 2 Marks )
 
 
(Q.34) Who implemented the Mandal Commission. ( 2 Marks )
 
 
(Q.35) What is the meaning of coalition government? ( 2 Marks )
 
 
(Q.36) What is a Government? ( 2 Marks )
 
 
(Q.37) What is Judiciary? ( 2 Marks )
 
 
(Q.38) What is Legislature? ( 2 Marks )
 
 
(Q.39) What is a state? ( 2 Marks )
 
 
(Q.40) List out different ranks of ministers. ( 3 Marks )
 
 
(Q.41) What was the Office Memorandum of 1990? ( 3 Marks )
 
 
(Q.42) Write a note on the Mandel Commission. ( 5 Marks )
 
 
(Q.43) How did the Supreme Court resolve the issue of Mandal commission? ( 5 Marks )
 
 
(Q.44) How does the Parliament exercise political authority on behalf of the people? ( 5 Marks )
 
 
(Q.45) What are the powers of the President? ( 5 Marks )
 
(Q.46) On most matters, the Lok Sabha exercises supreme power – explain. ( 5 Marks )
 
 
(Q.47) What are powers of the Prime Minister? ( 5 Marks )
 
 
(Q.48) Write a note on Indian Judiciary system. ( 5 Marks )
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