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Introduction Akhilesh Kumar Yadav . Graduated From University of Delhi B.A Program (History ,Political Science) Qualified UPSC CDS 2018 Qualified AFCAT 2018 Appeared in SSB Twice https://unacademy.com/user/akhileshyadav329
CHAPTERWISE QUESTIONS The Governance System
1.Which one of the following is a prominent element of a state? Flag b) c Capital d)Sovereignty e) Head of State
Answer:- (c) The state has four essential elements: Population, Territory , Government and Sovereignty . Among all of them, Sovereignty is the most important element. India, before 1947 was not a state because though it had the other three elements, i.e., population, territory and government, the fourth and the most important one , i.e., Sovereignty was missing.
. 2. Constitution of India provides which type of Governance system? a)Democratic b)Presidential c) Parliamentary d)Semi-Democratic
. Answer:- (c) . Governance System is mainly of two parts- Parliamentary and Presidential. India follows Parliamentary form of Governance which is influenced by the Parliament system of Great Britain. . In a Parliamentary system, executive branch derives its democratic legitimacy from the legislature and is also accountable to the legislature
. 3. There is a Parliamentary system of Government in India because the- a) Lok Sabha is elected directly by the people b)Parliament can amend the Constitution c)Rajya Sabha cannot be dissolved d)Council of Ministers is responsible to the Lok Sabha
. Answer:- (d) . A Parliamentary system of Government is a system of democratic governance in which the executive branch derives its democratic legitimacy from and is held accountable to the legislature (Parliament) . Therefore, the Executive (Council of Ministers) is responsible to the Lok Sabha (House of the People)
4. 'Welfare state' aims to a)Secure maximum welfare of the maximum b)Management of welfare of the weaker c) Provide health facilities numbers sections d)None of the above
. Answer:- (a) . The welfare state is a concept of Government in which the state plays a key role in the protection and promotion of the social and economic well being of its citizens. . It is based on the principles of equality of opportunity, equitable distribution of wealth, and public responsibility for those unable to avail themselves the minimum provisions for a good life.