INDIAN CONSTITUTION QUESTION AND ANSWERS

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1. The term of Lok Sabha can be extended beyond normal term of 5 years
 (1) by the President at his direction
 (2) by the President on the recommendations of Election Commission
 (3) by the President during all type of emergencies.
 (4) by the Parliament during national emergency. 

Answer: (4) by the Parliament during national emergency. 

2. . A new state can be created in India
 (1) by a simple majority of Parliament
 (2) by a simple majority of Parliament and approval of majority of the states.
 (3) by a two-thirds majority in Parliament
 (4) by a two-thirds majority in each house of parliament and approval by a majority of states 

Answer: (4) by a two-thirds majority in each house of parliament and approval by a majority of states 

3. Which of the following amendments contains Supreme Court’s power of Judicial review ?
 (1) 42nd Amendment
 (2) 44th Amendment

 (3) 29th Amendment
 (4) None of the above

Answer: (1) 42nd Amendment

4. A member of a state public service commission can be removed on the grounds of misbehaviour only after an enquiry conducted by
(1) a committee appointed by the President
 (2) the Supreme Court of India
 (3) the High Court of India
 (4) a committee appointed by a Governor of the State

Answer: (2) the Supreme Court of India

5. Which of the following has been wrongly listed among the special powers of the Rajya Sabha ?
 (1) Revolution for the removal of the Vice President of India can be initiated only in Rajya Sabha.
 (2) Revolution for creation of new All India Services can be initiated in the Rajya Sabha only.
 (3) Laws on any subject of state list can originate only in the Rajya Sabha if it is satisfied that it is necessary
to do so in national interest.
 (4) None of the above 

Answer: (4) None of the above 

6. Consider the following statements regarding noconfidence motion in the Parliament :
 A. There is no mention of noconfidence motion in the constitution.
 B. A period of 6 months must elapse between the introduction of one noconfidence motion and another.
 C. At least 100 members must support a motion of noconfidence before it is introduced in the home.
 D. A motion of no-confidence can be introduced only in Lok Sabha.
 (1) A and B are correct.
 (2) A, B, C and D are correct.
 (3) A, B and C are correct.
 (4) A and D are correct. 

Answer: (4) A and D are correct. 

7. Which of the following were not the members of Parliament at the time of their appointment asPrime Minister ?
 A. Indira Gandhi
 B. P.V. Naramsimha Rao
 C. H.D. Dev Gowda
 D. Morarji Desai
 Select the correct answer from the following codes :
 (1) A and C
 (2) B and C
 (3) B, C and D
 (4) A, B, C and D

Answer: (3) B, C and D