General Knowledge Quiz - Indian Politics 6

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1. The power of Supreme Court of India to decide the dispute between the centre and states falls under its

A. advisory jurisdiction
B. appellate jurisdiction
C. original jurisdiction
D. constitutional jurisdiction

2. The phrase 'bicameral legislature' means

A. a single assembly
B. an elected legislature
C. a legislature consisting of a lower and an upper chamber
D. parliamentary system of government

3. The parliament can legislate on a subject in the state list

A. if the Rajya Sabha passes a resolution by two-third majority declaring the subject in state list of national importance
B. if the legislatures of two or more states recommend to the Parliament to legislate on such a subject with regard to those states
C. for the implementation of treaties and agreements with foreign powers
D. All the above

4. The position of the president which was undermined by the 42nd amendment was sub-sequently somewhat retrieved by the

A. 44th amendment
B. 45th amendment
C. 26th amendment
D. None of the above

5. The national flag was adopted by the Constituent Assembly of India on 22 July 1947 and was presented to the nation at the midnight session of the Assembly on 14th August 1947 on behalf of

A. the minorities of India
B. the National Integration Council
C. the women of India
D. the people of India

6. The oath of office is administered to the members of state council of ministers by

A. the governor
B. the chief minister
C. chief justice of the state high court
D. speaker of legislative assembly

7. The members of Lok Sabha are

A. directly elected by the people
B. indirectly elected
C. nominated
D. partly elected and partly nominated

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