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8 Sir last year se UPSC mai extreme words ka concept nahi lage ga. In this year (2018)CSE and NDA also extreme words Q were right or wrong. Pattern has changed.
13 Jan 19 - 22 quiz - 8/10

  2. Q1) The power of judicial review means: a)The power of the courts to define and interpret constitution b)The power of the judiciary to define and interpret laws. c)The power of the courts to legislate when there is no statutory provision. d)The power of the courts to declare null and void any legislative or executive act, which is against the provisions of the constitution. R. AGRAWAL

  3. SOLUTION d The power of the courts to declare null and void any legislative or executive act, which is against the provisions of the constitution. R. AGRAWAL

  4. Q2) Consider the following statements: 1. Supreme Court's power to issue writs is narrower than that of high court. 2. A citizen is free to approach high court or supreme court as he chooses whenever his fundamental rights are violated. 3. The law declared by the Supreme Court is binding on all courts throughout India. Which of the above statements is/are correct? a)Only 1 b)1 and 2 c)1, 2 and3 d)2 and 3 R. AGRAWAL


  6. Q3) Observe some provisions 1. Election of the president and its manner. 2. Citizenship - acquisition and termination. 3. Union List. 4. Executive power of Union and states. 5. DPSP Amending which of the above provisions would al so require consent of half of state legislature a:s well a)Only 5 b)1, 2 and5 c)1, 3 and 4 d)2 and 5 R. AGRAWAL

  7. SOLUTION-C) Citizenship - acquisition and termination. Only by simple majority of the parliament. DPSP. Special majority of the Parliament R. AGRAWAL

  8. Q4) Which of the following can be included in the term "law" under the article 13? 1. Permanent laws enacted by the Parliament only. 2. Temporary laws like ordinances issued by the President or Governors of state 3. Rules, by laws, regulations. Choose the correct answer using given codes: a)1 only b)2 and 3 c)1, 2 and 3 d)1 and 2 only R. AGRAWAL

  9. SOLUTION-b) >Permanent laws enacted by the Parliament and state legislature. R. AGRAWAL

  10. Q5) Indian constitution is an amalgamation of many constitution of the world, with respect to that which of the following are match correctly. 1. Australian Constitution: joint sitting of two houses of parliament. 2. British constitution: judicial review 3. Japan constitution: procedure established by law. 4. US constitution: fundamental rights. Select the correct code: a)1, 3 and 4 b)1 and 3 c)2 and 4 d)1, 2, 3 and 4 R. AGRAWAL

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