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Mock Test General Studies III ( Indian Polity ) 57
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Arijit Basu Chowdhury
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  1. Mission WBCS (Exe.) 2019 Prelims and Mains Daily Mock Test Arijit Basu Chowdhury


  2. West Bengal Civil Services Graduate in History from St.Paul's Cathedral Mission College, Kolkata . Interests: Fitness , Current Affairs ,Burning Issues, Music, News Analysis . You can follow me on UNACADEMY- https://unacademy.com/user/ArijitBasuChowdhury Life has two rules: 1) Never quit. 2) Always remember Rule #1 . Rate , Review & Recommend


  3. Daily Mock Test (Polity) 1. Which one of the following languages is not recognized in the Eighth Schedule to the Constitution of India? a) English b) Sanskrit c) Urdu d) Nepali 2. The Right to Education was added to the Fundamental Rights in the Constitution of India through the a) Constitution (86th Amendment) Act, 2002 b) Constitution (93rd Amendment) Act, 2005 c) Constitution (87th Amendment) Act, 2003 d) Constitution (97th Amendment) Act, 2011 3. The amending power of the Parliament is set forth in which one of the following Articles of the Constitution of India? a) Article 368 b) Article 360 c) Article 13(2) d) Article 371


  4. Daily Mock Test (Polity) 4. The Tenth Schedule to the Constitution of India relates to a) the provisions relating to the formation of District Councils b) the land reforms c) the States and Union Territories d) the anti-defection law 5. The provision under Article 51A of the Constitution of India relates to the a) uniform civil code for the citizens b) orginsation of village panchayats c) right to education d) fundamental duties


  5. Daily Mock Test (Polity) 6. Consider the following statements about Contempt of Court 1. Civil contempt means wilful disobedience to any judgement and publication of any matter which lowers the authority of a court 2. Criminal contempt means doing an act that obstructs the administration of Justice. been heard and decided is not contempt. a) 1, 2 b)3 only c) 2,3 d) 1, 2,3 7. Consider the following statements about the Veto power of the President. a) Absolute veto is exercised for Government bills and not for private members' bills b) President does not possess suspensive veto in the case of money bills c) President has no veto power in respect of a constitutional amendment bill. a) 1, 2 b) 2,3 c) 1,3 d)1,2,3


  6. Daily Mock Test (Polity) 8. Consider the following statements about State Human Rights Commission (SHRC). A State Human Rights Commission can inquire into violation of human rights only in respect of subjects mentioned in the State List (List-II) and the Concurrent List (List-III) of the Seventh Schedule of the Constitution 1. However, if any such case is already being inquired into by the National Human Rights Commission or any other Statutory Commission, then the State Human Rights Commission does not inquire into that case 2. Cights Commision or any oferady being inquired into b a) Only 1 b) Only 2 c) All of these d) None of these


  7. Daily Mock Test (Polity) 9. Consider the following National Commissions / Central Bodies and the Related Ministries 1. Central Social Welfare Board: Ministry of Women and Child Development 2. National Commission for Backward Classes: Ministry of Social Justice & 3. Inter-State Council: Ministry of Home Affairs a) 1,2 b) 2, 3 c) 1,3 d) 1, 2,3 10. Consider the following Statements a) The members of the State Administrative Tribunals (SATs) are appointed by the Empowerment President b) The Governor can remove the State Chief Information Commissioner. a) Only 1 b) Only 2 c) All of these d) None of these


  8. Daily Mock Test (Polity) 1. a) English . Eighth Schedule : Languages recognized by the Constitution. Originally, it had 1-4 languages but presently there are 22 languages. . They are: Assamese, Bengali, Bodo, Dogri(Dongri), Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Kashmiri, Konkani, Mathili(Maithili), Malayalam, Manipuri, Marathi, Nepali, Oriya, Punjabi, Sanskrit, Santhali, Sindhi, Tamil, Telugu and Urdu. . Sindhi was added by the 21st Amendment Act of 1967 . Konkani, Manipuri and Nepali were added by the 71 stAmendment Act of 1992 .Bodo, Dongri, Maithili and Santhaliwere added by the 92nd Amendment Act of 2003. .Eight Schedule: .There is no national language of India. Hindi in Devnagari Script is an official language but is not national language . Neither the Constitution nor any Act Defines the word National Language


  9. Daily Mock Test (Polity) The Constitution does not specify the official language to be used by the states for the conduct of official functions. State are free adopt it. . The official language to be adopted by states need not be one among those listed in Eight Schedule . Several states have adopted official languages which are not listed among 22 scheduled languages Tripura -Kokborok, Puducherry-French , Mizoram -Mizo . Englsihis the official language of Nagaland and Meghalaya. English is not in the list 22 2. a) Constitution (86th Amendment) Act, 2002 . 86th Amendment in the Constitution of India provides Right to Education until the age scheduled language under Eight schedule of the Constitution of fourteen and Early childhood care until the age of six. The Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act or Right to Education Act (RTE) was enacted in 2009.


  10. Daily Mock Test (Polity) 7. b) 2,3 8. c) All of these 9. d) 1, 2,3 10. c) All of these . Option 1: The chairman and members of the SATs are appointed by the president after reappointed by the president after consultation with the governor of the state concerned. Option 2: The Governor can remove the State Chief Information Commissioner or any State Information Commissioner from the office under the following circumstances a) if he is adjudged an insolvent; or b) if he has been convicted of an offence which (in the opinion of the Governor) involves a moral turpitude; or c) if he engages duties of his office; or during his term of office in any paid employment outside the


  11. Daily Mock Test (Polity) d) if he is in the opinion of the Governor) unfit to continue in office due to e) if he has acquired such financial or other interest as is likely to affect f In addition to these, the Governor can also remove the State Chief Information infirmity of mind or body; or prejudicially his official functions Commissioner or any State Information Commissioner on the ground of proved misbehaviour or incapacity. However, in these cases, the Governor has to refer the matter to the Supreme Court for an enquiry. If the Supreme Court, after the enquiry, upholds the cause of removal and advises so, then the Governor can remove him