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Indian Polity Quiz for SSC CGL : Part - 1

Published on Tuesday, July 26, 2016

1. Which Article provides the children ages between 6 and 14 years the right to education?

2. From the constitution of which country was the concept of Directive Principles of State Policy borrowed?

3. Article 50 deals with the Separation of Judiciary from executive. Is it a fundamental right, fundamental duty or DSPS?

4. Fundamental duties were added to the Indian constitution through 42nd amendment act on the recommendations of which committee?

5. The resolution of impeachment can be introduced in either house and should be supported by ____

6. The resolution shall be passed by a majority of not less than ______ of the total strength of the house.

7. The government which does not enjoy the confidence of lok sabha, hence is not excepted to take policy decisions is known as _______

8. Who come 1st and 2nd in the warrant of precedence?

9. Who are the members of electoral college for the election of VP?

10. What can be the maximum strength of Council of Minister?

11. Who elects the members of Rajya Sabha and what is the term of each member?

12. What is the strength of lok sabha fixed by parliament?

Answer :

1. Art 21A

2. From the Irish Constitution


4. Swaran Singh Committee

5. Not less than 1/4th of the total membership of the house

6. 2/3

7. Care taker government

8. President and VP respectively

9. All members of Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha (both elected and nominated)

10. Should not exceed 15% of strength of lok sabha

11. Elected MLA's elect the members of rajya sabha, term is 6 years

12. Electer {530(states)+20(UT's)}+nominates{2}

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