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Polity MCQs: 16 - 25. Prelims Marks booster Questions.
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In this lesson, Rahul Agrawal has covered important MCQs from Polity Section. Must Watch

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Kailashnath of Kanchipuram belongs to Rajasimha group of Pallava school.
I have a doubt regarding regulating act 1773- was it established high court or supreme court.
Prachi Singh
2 years ago
supreme court of calcutta -1774
Rahul Agrawal
2 years ago
yes its supreme court..
Mayank Mayank
2 years ago
thanks sir...
Vandana Singh
a year ago
nice course sir please add more lessons to it..
Jyoti Nayal
2 months ago
separate electorates for depressed classes, women etc cannot be counted in communal representation...correct me if i am wrong.
Rahul Bhardwaj
2 years ago
it is counted in communal representation, as it was in aug 1932 that macdonald announced a scheme of representation of minorities, it is known as communal award
Samarth Raizada
2 years ago
Communalism is not merely religion; it can be based on any "community" based on gender, socio-economic status, region etc: all of these essentially are forms of communalism. Since the media highlights religious communalism, so we've come to associate it with religion only.
Sumit Bhadauria
2 years ago
Thanks for the clarification :)
what is dairchy and bichameral??? diffn?
dyarchy is a division of governing process by creating separate subject list in provinces. bicameralism is establishment of lok Sava and rajya sava in centre and state legislative assembly and legislative council in some states.
add more as this is very use full for all the aspirants
Awesome se bhi awesome lessons. please continue
very high probably questions sir....thanks a lot.....
  1. Q16. Consider the following statements regarding the Government of India Act, 1935: 1. It abolished dyarchy at provincial level 2. For the first time, concurrent list was created. 3. It provided for the dyarchy at central level. Select the correct answer using the code given below: A. 1 and 2 only B. 1 and 3 only C. 2 and 3 only D. All of the above

  2. Solution: D Self explanatory

  3. Q17. Under the federal provisions of 1935 Act: 1. There were 65 items in the Federal list. 2. 60 items were in the Provincial list. 3. 36 items were in the Concurrent list Select the correct answer using the code given below: A. 1 only B. 2 only C. 3 only D. None

  4. Solution: C Federal list-59 items Provincial List-54 items Concurrent List-36 items

  5. Q18. Which of the following statement is NOT true with respect to Government of India Act, 1935? A. It introduced bicameralism in all the eleven provinces. B. This act strengthened the communal representation. C. It established the provincial public service commissions. D. It also established joint provincial service commission for two or more provinces.

  6. Solution: A It introduced the bicameralism in 6 out of 11 provinces. These provinces were Bombay, Madras, Bihar, Assam, UP and Bengal. It strengthen the communal representation by providing separate electorates for depressed class, workers and women.

  7. Q19. Consider the following about Indian Independence Act, 1947: 1. Appointment to civil services by the secretary of state for India was stopped. 2. It provided for the establishment of Reserve Bank of India. Select the correct answer using the code given below A. 1 only B. 2 only C. Both 1 and 2 D. None

  8. Solution: A Establishment of RBI was the provision under Government of India Act, 1935.

  9. Q20. Which of the following statements is/are true with respect to Indian Independence Act, 1947? 1. It abolished the post of Governor General of India. 2. It gave India and Pakistan, the dominion status. 3. It abolished the Office of viceroy. 4. This act gave princely states the right to self determination. Select the correct answer using the code given below A. 1, 2 and 3 only B. 1, 2 and 4 only C. 1, 3 and 4 only D. 2, 3 and 4 only

  10. Solution: D This act did not abolish the post of the Governor General. It abolished the office of the secretary of state for India, Office of Viceroy and provided, for each dominion- India and Pakistan, a governor general.

  11. Solution: B The arrangement of partially responsible government at the provinces is also known as provincial diarchy.

  12. Solution: C Self explanatory

  13. Q24. Under which of the following act separate electorate was given to the Muslims? A. Indian Councils Act, 1909 B. GOI Act, 1919 C. GOI Act, 1935 D. Indian Councils Act, 1892

  14. Solution: A Morley-Minto reforms is infamous for lega lising communalism

  15. 25. Under which of the following act Principle of elections introduced first time? A. Indian Councils Act, 1909 B. GOI Act, 1919 C. GOI Act, 1935 D. Indian Councils Act, 1892

  16. Solution: D Principle of election in India was introduced under the Indian Councils Act, 1892 but that was an indirect provision for the filling of some of the non-official seats. The word "Election", however was not used, and the process was described as the nomination made on the recommendation of certain bodies.