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Polity Revision-Part 4 (in Hindi)
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Polity Revision-Part 4(In Hindi)

Navdeep Kaur
Engineer,UPSC aspirant,Avid learner "A candle lose nothing by lighting another candle"

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  1. Part 4 POLITY REVISION


  2. Q-31- Which of the following statement is correct with regard to Proclamation of Emergency A. Resolution approving & disapproving the proclamation of emergency is to be passed by either house of parliament by a special majority. B. Resolution approving & disapproving the proclamation of emergency is to be passed by either house of parliament by a simple majority. C. Resolution disapproving the proclamation of emergency is to be passed by either house of parliament by a simple majority D. None of these. Ans- D - Resolution approving the proclamation of emergency is to be passed by either house of parliament by a special majority. Resolution disapproving the proclamation of emergency is to be passed by LS only with simple majority.


  3. Q-32- Which of the following situation/s will be proper to impose Presidents rule in a state (Article 356) 1. Where after general elections to the assembly, no party secures a majority. 2. Serious maladministration in the state. 3. Stringent financial exigencies of the state. A. 1 only. B. 2 & 3 only. C. 1 & 3 only D. 1, 2 & 3. Ans- A - Refer Bommai case (1994)


  4. Q-33- The Electoral College for President's election consist of: 1. Elected members of both the houses of parliament. 2. Elected members of the legislative assemblies. 3. Elected members of all Union Territories. D. 1, 2 & 3. Ans- C - Elected members of the legislative assemblies of the UT Delhi & Puducherry only. Q-34- When the offices of both Speaker and Deputy Speaker falls vacant A. The members of Lok Sabha immediately elect a Speaker B. The senior most willing member of Lok Sabha becomes the speaker. C. The President appoints any member of Lok Sabha as speaker. D. The Deputy Chairman of Rajya Sabha presides over till the next speaker is elected.


  5. Q-35- With Regard to Constitutional Amendment Bill A. The President can reject the bill but cannot return the bill. B. The President cannot reject the bill but can return the bill. C. The President can neither reject the bill nor return the bill. D. The President can either reject the bill or return the bill. Ans- C-President can neither reject the bill nor return the bill Q-36- The correct statement/s with regard to Ordinance making power of President is/are 1. The President cannot promulgate an ordinance to amend tax laws. 2. The President cannot promulgate an ordinance to amend the constitution. A. 1 only. B. 2 only. C. Both. D. None. Ans- B An ordinance can alter or amend a tax law however it cannot be issued to amend the constitution


  6. Q-37- The Vice President can be removed from office before completion of his term in which of the following manner? A. She/he can be impeached in similar manner as President. B. A Resolution of Rajya Sabha passed by special majority and agreed to by the Lok Sabha. C. A Resolution of Rajya Sabha passed by simple majority and agreed to by the Lok Sabha. D. A Resolution of Rajya Sabha passed by an absolute majority and agreed to by the Lok Sabha. Ans- D- Resolution of Rajya Sabha passed by an absolute majority and agreed to by the Lok Sabha.


  7. _Council of Ministers' does not co Q-38- The nsist of: 1. Deputy Ministers. 2. Parliamentary Secretaries. 3. Deputy Chairman - Planning Commission. A. 1, 2 & 3. B. 2 only. C. 3 only. D. None of these. Ans- D Deputy Chairman of PC is given Cabinet rank.


  8. Q-39- The office of the_Whip' is mentioned in: A. Constitution of India. B. Rules of the house. C. In a separate Parliamentary Statute. D. None. Ans-D Q-40- The office of the Leader of the opposition is mentioned in: A. Constitution of India. B. Rules of the house. C. A separate Parliamentary Statute. D. None. Ans-C