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Mock Test General Studies III ( Indian Polity ) 60
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Arijit Basu Chowdhury
Graduate in History from St.Paul’s Cathedral Mission College.My Philosophy is Being Basic and Being simple and show actually what you are 😊

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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. Consider the following statements regarding Parliament I. The Parliament is the legislative organ of the Union government as well of State government II. Parliament occupies a pre-eminent and central position in the Indian democratic political system due to adoption of the parliamentary form of government, also known as' Westminister'model of Government. a) Only I b) Only II c) Both I and II d) Neither I nor II


  4. Daily Mock Test (Polity) 2. Consider the following statements regarding organisation of Parliament under the Constitution of India I. Under the Constitution, the Parliament of India consists of three parts viz, the President,the Council of States and the House of the People. II. In 1954 the Hindi names "Rajya Sabha" and "Lok Sabha" were adopted by the council of states and the House of People respectively III. The Rajya Sabha is the Upper House (Second Chamber or House of Elders) and the Lok Sabha is the Lower House (First Chamber or Popular House) Which of the following statement(s) is/are correct? a) Only I b) I and II c) I and III d) All of these


  5. Daily Mock Test (Polity) 3. President of India is a part of which of the following two houses of the parliament? a) Upper House b) Lower House c) Both a and b d) None of these 4. Consider the following statements regarding the composition of Rajya Sabha I. The maximum strength of the Rajya Sabha is fixed at 250, out of which, 238 are to be the representatives of the states and union territories (elected indirectly) and 12 are nominated by the president. At present, the Rajya Sabha has 245 members. Of these, 229 members represent the states, 4 members represent the union territories and 12 members are nominated by the president. II. Which of the following statement(s) is/are correct? a) Only I b) Only II c) Both I and II d) Neither I nor II


  6. Daily Mock Test (Polity) 5. Which of the following statements is true regarding the representatives of states in Rajya Sabha I. The representatives of states in the Rajya Sabha are elected by the elected members of state legislative assemblies The election of representatives of states is held in accordance with the system of proportional representation by means of the single transferable vote. II. III. The seats are allotted to the states in the Rajya Sabha on the basis of population. Which of the following statement(s) is/are correct? a) Only I b) I and II c) I and III d) All of these


  7. Daily Mock Test (Polity) 6. Consider the following statements regarding the composition of Lok Sabha I. The maximum strength of the Lok Sabha is fixed at 552, out of this, 530 members are to be the representatives of the states. II. Out of 552, 20 members are to be the representatives of the union territories and 2 members are to be nominated by the president from the Anglo-Indian community III. At present, the Lok Sabha has 552 members are to be the representatives of the states, 20 members are to be the representatives of the union territories and 2 members are to be nominated by the president from the Anglo-Indian community. Which of the following statement(s) is/are correct? a) Only I b) Iand II c) Iand III d) All of these


  8. Daily Mock Test (Polity) 7. Consider the following statements regarding election of the representatives of states for the Lok Sabha I. The voting age of an individual was reduced from 21 to 18 years by the 61st Constitutional Amendment Act, 1988. II. The representatives of states in the Lok Sabha are directly elected by the people from the territorial constituencies in the states Every Indian citizen who is above 18 years of age and who is not disqualified under the III. provisions of the Constitution or any law is eligible to vote at such election. Which of the following statement(s) is/are correct? a) Only I b) I and II c) I and III d) All of these


  9. Daily Mock Test (Polity) 8. In order to make re-adiustment and allocation of seats in the Lok Sabha the states after each census, the Parliament enacted the Delimitation Commission Acts in which of the following years? a) 1952 b) 1962 c) 1972 d) All of these 9. Which of the following Amendment Act of the constitution of India froze the allocation of seats in the Lok Sabha to the states and the division of each state into territorial constituencies till the year 2000 at the 1971 level? a) The 42nd Amendment Act b) The 84th Amendment Act c) The 87th Amendment Act d) The 95th Amendment Adct


  10. Daily Mock Test (Polity) 1. b) Only II . The Parliament is the legislative organ of the Union government. It occupies a pre eminent and central position in the Indian democratic political system due to adoption of the Parliamentary form of the government also known as Westminister 'model of Government. The Articles 79 to 122 in Part V of the Constitution deals with the organisation, composition, duration, officers, procedures, privileges, powers and so on of the Parliament. 2. d) All of these Under the Constitution, the Parliament of India consists of three parts viz, the President, the council of states and house of the people. In 1954 the Hindi names Rajya Sabha and Lok Sabha were adopted by council states and the Council of states and the house of people respecively. . The Rajya Sabha is the Upper House (Second Chamber or House of Elders) and the Lok Sabha is the Lower House (First Chamber or Popular House). The former represents the states and union territories of the Indian Union, while the latter represents the people of India as a whole


  11. Daily Mock Test (Polity) 3. d)None of these Though the President of India is not a member of either House of Parliament and does not sit in the Parliament to attend its meetings, he is an integral part of the Parliament. This is because a bill Passed by Both house of Parliament. This because a bill passed by both house of the parliament cannot became law without the President's assent. . He also performs certain functions relating to the proceedings of the Parliament, for example, he summons and prorogues both the Houses, dissolves the Lok Sabha, addresses both the Houses, issues ordinances when they are not in session, and so on. 4. c) Both I and II . The maximum strength of the Rajya Sabha is fixed at 250, out of which, 238 are to be the representatives of the states and union territories (elected indirectly) and 12 are nominated by the president. . At present, the Rajya Sabha has 245 members. Of these, 229 members represent the states, 4 members represent the union territories and 12 members are nominated by the president. The Fourth Schedule of the Constitution deals with the allocation of seats in the Rajya Sabha to the states and union territories


  12. Daily Mock Test (Polity) 5. d) All of these . The representatives of states in the Rajya Sabha are elected by the elected members of state legislative assemblies. The election is held in accordance with the system of proportional representation by means of the single transferable vote. The seats are allotted to the states in the Rajya Sabha on the basis of population . Hence, the number of representatives varies from state to state. For example, Uttar Pradesh has 31 members while Tripura has 1 member only. However, in USA, all states are given equal representation in the Senate irrespective of their population. USA has 50 states and the Senate has 100 members-2 from each state. d) All of these The maximum strength of the Lok Sabha is fixed at 552. Out of this, 530 members are to be the representatives of the states, 20 members are to be the representatives of the union territories and 2 members are to be nominated by the president from the Anglo-Indian community. 6. . At present, the Lok Sabha has 545 members. Of these, 530 members represent the states, 13 members represent the union territories and 2 Anglo-Indian members are nominated by the President.


  13. Daily Mock Test 10. d) All of these (Polity) The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) is the central recruiting agency in India. It is an independent constitutional body in the sense that it has been directly created by theConstitution. Articles 315 to 323 in Part XIV of the Constitution contain elaborate provisions regarding the composition, appointment and removal of members along with the independence, powers and functions of the UPSC