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Q. Which article of the Indian Constitution provides for the institution of Panchayati Raj?
1. Art. 36
2. Art. 39
3. Art. 40
4. Art. 48
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Ans: 3
Q. The judge of the High Court can be removed from their office before the expiry of their term on the grounds of proved misbehavior or incapacity by the
1. Chief Justice of India
2. Chief Justice of the High Court
3. President on the recommendation of the two Houses of the Parliament
4. Both Houses of the Parliament with special majority
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Ans: 3
Q. Rajasthan is the first State in
1. Introducing local self government
2. Introducing Mandal System
3. Direct election for Chairperson
4. Indirect election of the Chairperson
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Ans: 1
Q. During which period the salaries of the Central Government employees can be reduced?
1. National emergency
2. State emergency
3. Financial emergency
4. None of the above
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Ans: 3
Q. Indian Constitution is:
1. Quasi Federal
2. Unitary
3. Presidential
4. Federal
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If there is only one State thorough out that Country, then it's Govt. is called 'Unitary' form of Govt; e.g. France, Germany etc. If a Country has several States and all of them are governed by a Govt. jointly, such governance is called 'Federal' Govt. e.g: USA. In India, the Constitution follow an unique system of Govt., combining both Federal and Unitary form of Govt. termed as Quasi Federal Govt., but no where such phrase is used in the constitution of India.
Ans: 1
Q. Suffrage means
1. Enacting such laws causing suffering
2. Right to vote
3. Right to vote to the rich
4. Right to vote only poor
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Ans: 2
Q. The real executive powers of state is exercised by
1. Chief Minister
2. Council of Minister
3. Governor
4. Chief Justice of High Court
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Ans: 2
Q. The Council of Ministers in India remains in office till it enjoys the support of the
1. majority of the members of Rajya Sabha
2. majority of the members of Lok Sabha
3. minority of the members of Rajya Sabha
4. minority of the members of Lok Sabha
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Ans: 2
Q. According to which Article of the Indian Constitution, Jammu & Kashmir has been accorded special status?
1. 368
2. 370
3. 371
4. 356
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Ans: 2
Q. Protection of interests of minorities is envisaged in Article
1. 14
2. 19
3. 29
4. 32
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Ans: 3

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