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MCQ Lesson 4 : Indian Polity
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Indian Polity, Economy and Current Affairs - these three are the most important sections for the APSC CCE Prelims and other competitive examinations. Here in this lesson, the Educator provides 10 High Quality MCQs on Indian Economy.

Bhaskarjyoti Hazarika
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sir pls make a lesson on bheem app.and gst..
allocation of rajya sabha seats is under article 4 or article 80?
Manuranjan Gogoi
9 months ago
art 4 is correct art 80 is for composition of rs members
nice course...keep up d great work
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  4. Question 1 Chief Information Commissioner of India is appointed by a) President of India b) Union Minister of information and broadcasting c) Prime Minister of India d) Appointments Committee of Cabinet


  5. Question 1 Answer: a This Central Information Commission established under RTI Act, 2005 consists of the Chief Information Commissioner and Information Commissioners not exceeding 10. The Chief Information Commissioner is appointed by the President of India on recommendations of a committee consisting of Prime Minister, Leader of opposition in Lok Sabha and a Union Cabinet Minister nominated by the Prime Minister


  6. Question 2 What is the maximum validity of an ordinance promulgated by the President a) Six months b) Six months and Six weeks c) One Year d) One year and Six weeks


  7. Question 2 Answer b Explanation: President can issue ordinance when any house or both houses (Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha) of the Parliament are not in session. The maximum validity of such ordinance is 6 months and 6 weeks.


  8. Question 3 Who among the following is the Chairman of Inter- State Council? a) President of India b) Prime Minister c) Union Home Minister d) Any Union Cabinet Minister nominated by the Prime Minister


  9. Question 3 Answer: b Explanation: The Inter State Council is a non permanent constitutional body set up on as per the provisions in Article 263 of the Constitution of India. The body was formed in 1990 on recommendation of Sarkaria Commission The Prime Minister of India is the Chairman of Inter State Council Chief Minister of all states, administrators of all UT and Six Union Cabinet ministers are members of Inter State Council


  10. Question 4 NITI Ayog was set up under which article of the constitution? a) Article 324 b) Article 280 c) Article 315 d) None of the above


  11. Question 5 Which of the following is not correct about Money Bills? a) Money Bill is defined in article 110 of the constitution b) All Money Bills are Finance Bills c) President can return a Money bill for reconsideration d) President can reject a Money bill


  12. Question 7 Which of the following schedule of the constitution deals with oaths for Union Ministers and Members of Parliament? a) Second Schedule b) Third Schedule c) Seventh Schedule d) Tenth Schedule


  13. Question 8 Under which article of the constitution, Rajya Sabha seats are allocated to the states? a) Article 2 b) Article 4 c) Article 6 d) Article 10


  14. Question 8 Answer : b Explanation Under Article 4 of the constitution, Rajya Sabha seats are allocated to the states There are 250 seats in Rajya Sabha. Assam has been allocated 7 seats.


  15. Question 9 Which article of the constitution empowers the President to nominate not more than 2 members of Anglo Indian Community to the Lok Sabha? a) Article 79 b) Article 114 c) Article 331 d) Article 334