Q. Consider the following statements:
1. The five permanent members of the Security Council are the only countries recognised as nuclear-weapon States under the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty.
2. The term of non-permanent members of the Council is five years.
Which of the statements given above is/are correct?
1) 1 only
2) 2 only
3) Both 1 and 2
4) Neither 1 nor 2
Q. The volume of a vessel containing an ideal gas is doubled and its temperature (in °K) is also doubled. The pressure of the gas -
1) Is doubled
2) Is one-fourth of the original pressure
3) Is four times the original pressure
4) Remains unchanged
Q. The theory of Monopolistic competition has been formulated in the United States of America by
1) Joan Robinson
2) Edward Chamberlin
3) John Bates Clark
4) Joseph Schumpeter
Q. Who said that Directive Principles are "aimed at furthering the goals of the social revolution or to foster this revolution by establishing the conditions necessary for its achievement"?
1) Dr. B. R. Ambedkar
2) B. N. Rau
3) Granville Austin
4) M. C. Chagla
Q. Which one of the following has enhanced its power most from the system of delegated legislation?
1) The Legislature
2) The Legislative Committees
4) The Council of Ministers
Q. The socialist thinkers favour nationalisation of natural resources with a view-
1) To reduce the cost of production
2) To increase production
3) To avoid exploitation
4) To ensure their full utilisation
Q. Who among the following maintains that persons carried into the state their natural rights from the state of nature?
4) None of the above
Q. According to Marx, the state came into being to-
1) Make life better
2) Protect life and liberty
3) End exploitation of the poor
4) Legalize exploitation of the poor by the state
Q. Who is of the view that the sovereign cannot tax his subjects without their consent?
Q. Who said that, "State is an organ of class rule, an organ for the oppression of one class by another ..."?
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