Indian Polity Quiz for SSC and Railways Exams (Set-4)

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Today we are presenting you a 10 question set on Indian Polity which is very important for your upcoming SSC CGL 2016 and RRB NTPC 2016. Try to solve it. 

Indian Polity Quiz for SSC and Railways Exams

 1.The members of the Union Public Service Commission are
a) elected by the people
b) elected by Union Parliament
c) appointed by the President
d) appointed by the Home Ministry 

2. The first Governor ever to be dismissed by the President was
a) Prabhudas Patwari
b) Md Yoonus Saleem
c) Dr MM Thomas
d) Ram Lal 

3. The Principal organ of the United Nations is the
a) Security Council
b) General Assembly
c) Secretariat
d) Trusteeship Council 

4. Burma (now Myanmar) was separated from India in
a) 1919
b) 1929
c) 1935
d) 1947 

5. The first Governor-General of free India was
a) C Rajagopalachari
b) Lord Mountbatten
c) Lord Wavell
d) Lord Linlithgow 

6. The Vice President is elected by an electoral college consisting of the members of
a) the Rajya Sabha
b) the Lok Sabha
c) the State Legislative Assemblies
d) both Houses of Parliament 

7. The role of the Finance Commission in Centre-State fiscal relations has been under-mined by the
a) State Governments
b) Zonal Councils
c) Planning Commission
d) Election Commission 

8. An additional judge of a High Court holds office for a period of
a) 2 years
b) 3 years
c) 1 years
d) 4 years 

9. Dr Ambedkar had said the "Article......should normally remain a 'dead letter' and would be used only in the 'last resort'
a) 352
b) 355
c) 356
d) 357 

10. The Comptroller and Auditor-General of India submits his report relating to the accounts of the Union to the
a) Prime Minister
b) Finance Minister
c) President
d) Speaker of the Lok Sabha



Answers:


1. c) appointed by the President
2. a) Prabhudas Patwari 
3. b) General Assembly 
4. c) 1935 
5. b) Lord Mountbatten 
6. d) both Houses of Parliament
7. c) Planning Commission
8. a) 2 years
9. c) 356
10. c) President 

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