Q. Seats in the Lok Sabha are not reserved for -
1) Scheduled Castes
2) Scheduled Tribes
4) None of the above
Q. The Lok Sabha Secretariate comes under the direct supervision of the -
1) Ministry of Home Affairs
2) Prime Minister's Office
3) Ministry of Parliament Affairs
4) The Speaker of the Lok Sabha
Q. Who is the first Law Officer of the Government of India?
1) The Chief Justice of India
2) Union Law Minister
3) Attorney-General of India
4) Law Secretary
Q. The Legislative Council of a State can be abolished or created by the -
1) The President of India on the recommendation of Parliament
2) The Legislature Assembly of the State concerned
3) Parliament through a simple Legislation
4) Parliament on the recommendation of the Legislative Assembly of the State concerned
Q. Which one of the following writs will be issued by the Supreme Court in case of illegal detention of a person?
1) Habeas Corpus
4) Quo Warranto
Q. Which one of the following is not appointed by the Governor of a State?
1) The Chief Minister
2) Advocate General
3) Member of State Republic Service Commission
4) Judges of the High Court
Q. Who amongst the following acts as the presiding officer of the House without being its member?
1) Vice President of India
2) Speaker of Lok Sabha
3) Chairman of the Legislative Council
4) Speaker of the Legislative Assembly
Q. Which pair is not correctly matched?
1) Fundamental Duties-Article 51 of Indian Constitution
2) Free Legal Aid-Article 39A of Indian Constitution
3) Safeguard the Forests and Wildlife-Article 48A of Indian Constitution
4) Protect Historical Monument-Article 49 of Indian Constitution
Q. Which of the following pairs is not correctly matched in relation to the Schedules of the Constitution of India?
1) Eleventh Schedule-Panchayati Raj Institution
2) Eighth Schedule-Panchayati Raj Institutions
3) Twelfth Schedule-Municipalities
4) Tenth Schedule-Anti Defection law
Q. Which Fundamental Right is not available to Non-citizens of India?
1) Freedom to manage religious affairs
2) Protection of Life and Personal Liberty
3) Freedom of Conscience
4) Freedom of Speech and Expression
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