Q.1:- India India, the Chief Election Commissioner can be removed from his office in the same manner and on the same grounds as ?
- A judge of the Supreme Court
- The Chief Justice of a High Court
- The Comptroller and Auditor General
- The Attorney General of India
Q.2:- Who accords recognition to various political parties in India as National or Regional Parties ?
- The Parliament
- The President
- The Election Commission
- The Supreme Court
Q.3:- When was the mandate that a candidate at an election should file with his nomination papers an affidavit recording his criminal antecedents, if any, enforced at a General Election for the first time ?
- Assembly election held in Himachal Pradesh in 2003
- By election to the Lok Sabha and the Vidhan Sabhas held in September 2003
- Assembly election held in Mizoram in November 2003
- Assembly elections held in Madhya Pradesh / Chhattisgarh / Rajasthan / Delhi in December 2003
Q.4:- The 84th Amendment Act has frozen the total number of existing seats in the Lok Sabha on the basis of 1971 Census. They shall remain unaltered till the first census to be taken after the year ?
Q.4:- The expression ‘Creamy Layer’ used in the Judgment of the Supreme Court relating to the case regarding reservations refers to ?
- Those sections of society which pay Income Tax
- Those sections of socially and educationally backward classes of the society that are economically advanced
- Those sections of the society that are considered advanced according to Karpuri Thakur formula
- All Sections of upper castes of the society
Q.5:- What is the scientific name of National Flower Lotus of India ?
- Nelumbo Nucipera Gaertin
- Tagetes Erecta
- Lilium Mackliniae
- Saussurea Obvallata
Q.6:- There is no provision in the Constitution for the impeachment of the ?
- Chief Justice of India
- Chief Justice of a High Court
Q.7:- Which of the following countries enjoys a federal form of Government ?
Q.8:- What was the basis for constituting the Constituent Assembly of India ?
- The resolution of Indian National Congress
- The Cabinet Mission Plan, 1946
- The Indian Independence Act, 1947
- The resolution of the Provincial / State legislature of the Dominion of India ?
Q.9:- Members of Constituent Assembly were ?
- Elected by provincial assemblies
- Elected directly by the people
- Nominated by government
- Represented only by the princely state
Q.10:- The Office of Lokpal and Lokayukta in India is based on which one of the following ?
- Parliamentary Commissioner of UK
- Ombudsman in Scandinavia
- Procurator General of Russia
- Council of State in France
Q.11:- Functions to be assigned to Panchayats by 73rd Amendment of the Constitution are mentioned in ?
- Tenth Schedule
- Eleventh Schedule
- Twelfth Schedule
- Thirteenth Schedule
Q.12:- Which one of the following Articles of the Constitution of India says that the executive power of every State shall be so exercise as not to impede or prejudice the exercise of the executive power of the Union ?
- Article 215
- Article 258
- Article 355
- Article 358
Q.13:- Fundamental Rights are not given to ?
- Bankrupt persons
- Persons suffering from incurable diseases
- Political sufferers
Q.14:- Point out which from the following is not a right enumerated in the Constitution of India but has been articulated by the Supreme Court to be a Fundamental Right ?
- Right to Privacy
- Equality before law
- Abolition of untouchability
- Right to form association or union
Q.15:- With what subject do the Articles 5 to 11 of the Constitution of India deal ?
- Indian Union and its territory
- Fundamental duties
- Union Executive
Q.16:- Which one of the following can be provided under RTI Act, 2005 ?
- Information leading to incitement of an offense
- Information leading to disclosure that may constitute contempt of court
- Conditional disclosure relating to information on intellectual property
- Information relating to cabinet papers recording deliberations of Council of Ministers
Q.17:- A writ issued by the judiciary enquiring upon executive to do what it should have done within its stipulated powers is called ?
- Habeas Corpus
- Quo Warranto
Q.18:- The concept of ‘Welfare State’ is included in which part of the Indian Constitution ?
- Preamble of the Constitution
- The Fundamental Rights
- The Directive Principles of State Police
- The Fundamental Duties
Q.19:- According to the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) Act, 1993, who amongst the following can be its Chairman ?
- Any serving judge of the Supreme Court
- Any Serving Judge of the High Court
- Only a retired Chief Justice of India
- Only a retired Chief Justice of High Court
Q.20:- Which of the following rights does Indian Constitution not guarantee ?
- Right of equal home
- Right to equality
- Right to freedom of religion
- Right to freedom of speech
Q.21:- Which Directive Principle bears the direct impact of Gandhi’s moral philosophy ?
- Equal pay for equal work
- Provision of free legal aid and advice
- Prohibition of the slaughter of cows
- Protection of the moments of historical importance
Q.22:- Right to Education Act (2002) was introduced to help which of the following group of society ?
- Children of age of 6 to 14 years
- College going teenagers
- All adults who could not get formal education
- Those who are interested in technical education
- Female students studying Senior Secondary School
Q.23:- Under which Article of the Constitution of India can the President of India be impeached ?
- Article 61
- Article 75
- Article 76
- Article 356
Q.24:- All the executive powers in Indian Constitution are vested with ?
- Prime Minister
- Council of Ministers
Q.25:- Who among the following India Prime Ministers resigned before facing a vote of no-confidence in the Lok Sabha ?
- Chandra Shekhar
- Morarji Desai
- Chaudhary Charan Singh
- P. Singh