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Question 1 No Confidence motion can be introduced in a) Lok Sabha b) Rajya Sabha c) Either Lok Sabha or Rajya Sabha d) Joint sitting of Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha
Question 1 Answer: a No Confidence motion can be introduced in Lok Sabha only. It can be introduced by any member of the Lok Sabha. It should be supported by at least 50 members. If the non confidence motion is accepted by the Speaker, the Council of Ministers has to prove its majority in Lok Sabha.
Question 2 Which of the following is the Quorum of Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha? a) 2/3 of the total members b) 1/2 of the total members c) 1/4 of the total members d) 1/10 of the total members
Question 2 Answer d Explanation: Quorum is the minimum number of members required to be present at a sitting of both Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha for valid transaction of its business. If there is no Quorum, the house is adjourned or suspended. Article 100 of the constitution provides that Quorum is One-Tenth (1/10th) of the total number of members of the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha. For Lok Sabha, Quorum is 55 including the Speaker. For Rajya Sabha, Quorum is 25 excluding the Chairman
Question 3 The minimum age required for appointment as a Supreme Court Judge i:s a) 30 years b) 35 years c) 45 years d) Non of the above
Question 3 Answer: d Explanation: The constitution of India does not provide any minimum age requirement foir appointment of Supreme Court Judges. However, the age of retirement of Supreme Court judges is 65 years.
Question 4 The section 377 which criminalizes homosexuality is provided in which of the following? a) Code of Criminal Procedure b) Code of Civil Procedure c) Indian Penal Code d) Special Marriage Act
Question 5 The Vice President of India is elected by a) Members of Rajya Sabha b) Members of both Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha c) Members of Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha and State Legislative Assemblies. d) Members of Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha, State Legislative Assemblies and Legislative Councils
Question 7 Under which of the following articles of the constitution, President's rule may be imposed in a State? a) Article 352 b) Article 356 c) Article 365 d) Both (b) and (c)
Question 8 Under which of the following articles of the constitution, President of India can promulgate ordinances? a) Article 72 b) Article 111 c) Article 123 d) Article 161
Question 8 Answer:C Explanation Under article 123 of the constitution, President of India can promulgate ordinances when any of the houses or both houses of the Parliament are not in session.
Question 9 Who among the following do not take part in the election of President of India? a) Elected members of Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha b) Elected members of Legislative Assemblies of the States c) Elected members of Legislative Councils of the States d) Elected members of legislative assemblies of Delhi and Puducherry
Question 12 When were the first General Elections held in India after Independence? a) 1951 b) 1950 c) 1949 d) 1948
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