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MCQs Covering Executive at Centre and State Level (in Hindi)
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MCQs covering executive at centre and state level

Srishti Srivastava
A journalist and an Anchor by profession. I have done shows with online media platforms and academic channels. I did my graduation from D

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Madam, procedure of matrix multiplication is wrong. (i think) pls check
Amar Das
a year ago
Its row * column
Shubhra GOPALAN
a year ago
Yes it is row * column.. But in the matrix M value are same in row and column so by mistake i said and thanks for the suggestion
Amar Das
a year ago
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  1. Executive MCO's practice sets Srishti Srivastava


  2. . Consider the following statements regarding constitution of India units of which it is made of. assembly debates. Which of the above is true? b. Only2 1. Indian federation is not result of agreement between the 2. India was already a union at the time of constituent . a. Only1 . c. Both 1 and 2 . d. Neither 1 nor 2


  3. . Answer: c Explanation: Dr. Ambedkar preferred using Union instead of 'federation' because Indian federation is not result of agreement between the units of which it is made of. The country is one integral whole, though the country and people may be divided into different states for convenience of administration. The expression India is 'union of states' was chosen as India was alreadv a union at the time of constituent assembly debates.


  4. With reference to the power of parliament to admit into union or establish new states. Which of the following is true? . 1. There is no need of any law by parliament to acquire new territory. ts need of legislation by parliament to Codes .a. Only1 . b. Only.2 c. Both 1 and 2 d. Neither 1 nor 2


  5. .Answer: c Explanation: According to article 2 of constitution of India parliament may by law admit into the union, or establish, new states on such terms and conditions, as it thinks fit. According to article3 of constitution of India parliament may by law allow formation of new states and alteration of areas, boundaries or names of existing states.


  6. Constitutional amendment act is required for which of the following? 1. To cede territory 2. Alter the boundaries of any state .Select the correct answer using following codes . a. Only 1 b. Only 2 c. Both 1 and 2 d. Neither 1 nor 2


  7. . Answer: a Explanation: Alteration of boundaries of any state falls under article 3 of the constitution of India which does not require ordinary law and not constitutional amendment. To cede a territory requires constitutional amendment. For instance 100th amendment act is about Exchange of certain enclave territories with Bangladesh.


  8. Which of the following is correct about important features of democracy? 1. Rule of law 2. Independent judiciary 3. Individual rights Select the correct answer using following codes . a. 1 and 2 only b. 2 and 3 only c. Only 2 .d. 1,2 and 3


  9. .Answer: d Explanation: Rule of law is a basic feature of all modern constitutional democracies. Rule of law means absence of arbitrary power on the part of government, no one is above the law, and constitution is not the source but the of rights of dviduais e of law implies separation of powers, since the fusion of powers in one authority leads to dictatorship and absolutism.


  10. Which of the following can be considered as government reaction to regionalist demands? 1. Grant of separate state 2. Inclusion of language in 8th schedule 3. Constitutional establishment of local and urban self government institutions. Select the correct answer using following codes a. Only 1 b. 1 and 2 only c. 2 and 3 only d. 1, 2 and 3


  11. With reference to dual citizenship law in India. Which of the following statements are true? 1. Dual citizens are not subject to all Indian laws. 2. Dual citizens do not have voting rights. Codes a. Only 1 b. Only 2 c. Both 1 and 2 d. Neither 1 nor 2


  12. .The term union of India infers 1. States and union territories are members of union. 2. India is to 'indestructible union of destructible states' .Which of the following is true? Only1 Only 2 Both 1 and 2 Neither 1 nor 2


  13. . Which of the following is true about preamble? It is not enforceable by courts. It is part of constitution. Preamble enshrines narrow objectives of governments 'Only 1 Only2 1 and 2 only 1,2 and 3


  14. .Ans: F . Explanation: Preamble contains essence of constitution. In Kesavanda Bharati case 1973 Supreme Court ruled that preamble is part of constitution and not enforceable. It is basic features of constitution


  15. . With reference to the Committee on Public Undertakings consider the following statements: 1. Only a Lok Sabha member can become its chairman. . 2. Unlike other committees, a minister can also become its member. Which of the statements given above is/are correct? . a) 1 only . b) 2 only c) Both 1 and 2 d) Neither 1 nor.2


  16. Consider the following statements regarding the election of the President of India: I. The President's election is held in accordance with the system of proportional representation by means of the single transferable vote and the voting is by secret ballot. Il. The system of proportional representation ensures that the successful candidate is returned by the absolute majority of votes. Il. Under this system, a candidate, in order to be declared elected to the office of President, does not require any fixed quota of votes. Which of the following statement(s) is/are correct? a. Only I b. Iand I c. Il and IlI d. All of the above .


  17. . 6. Which of the following is not the qualification for Election of the President of India: a. He should be a citizen of India b. He should have completed 55 years of age. c. He should be qualified for election as a member of the Lok Sabha. d. He should not hold any office of profit under the Union government or any state government or any local authority or any other public authority. Answer: b


  18. Explanation: A person to be eligible for election as President should fulfil the following qualifications .He should be a citizen of India. He should have completed 55 years of age. He should be qualified for election as a member of the Lok Sabha. He should not hold any office of profit under the Union government or any state government or any local authority or any other public authority.A sitting President or Vice-President of the Union, the Governor of any state and a minister of the Union or any state is not deemed to hold any office of profit and hence qualified as a presidential candidate. Further, the nomination of a candidate for election to the office of President must be subscribed by at least 50 electors as proposers and 50 electors as seconders.