Indian Polity GK Part 3 For SSC And KAS Exam

Indian Polity GK Part 3 For SSC And KAS Exam:

  • Central Vigilance Commission was established in- 1964.
  • The office of the Attorney General For India is provided under which Article- Article 76.
  • Who upholds the Constitution of India and the laws of Parliament in the field of financial administration- Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG).
  • Who advises the president on matters relating to the disqualification of the members of the Parliament- Election Commission.
  • Article 1 describes India as a- Union of States.
  • India acquired which territories from the Portuguese by means of police action in 1961- Goa, Daman, and Diu.
  • Who described the Indian Constitution as ‘Co-operative Federalism’- Granville Austin.
  • Who said that the constitution of India has been framed after ‘ransacking all the known Constitutions of the World’- Dr. B.R.Ambedkar.
  • Article 280 provides for a Finance Commission which is a- Quasi-judicial body.
  • The office of Vice-President of India is modeled on the lines of which constitution- American Constitution.
  • Money can be advanced out of the Contingency Fund Of India to meet unforeseen expenditure by the- President.
  • Impeachment of the President is provided under which Article- Article 61.
  • The power of the President of India to issue an ordinance is a- Legislative Power.
  • What is the tenure of the Chief Election Commissioner of India- Six years or till the age of 65 years whichever is earlier.
  • The Inter-State Council was set up in 1990 on the recommendation of- Sarkaria Commission.
  • Who advises the Government of India on legal matters- Attorney General.
  • Who exercised the Pocket Veto with respect to the Indian Post Office (Amendment) Bill- President Zail Singh.
  • Which constitutional Amendment Act made it obligatory for the President to give his assent to a constitutional Amendment Bill- 24th Constitutional Amendment Act, 1971.
  • Who is the chairman of the National Integration Council- Prime Minister.
  • Which standing committee is called the ‘Super-Cabinet’- Political Affairs Committee.
  • Which Article clearly states that the council of ministers is collectively responsible to the Lok Sabha- Article 75.
  • Economic and Social planning is provided under which list- Concurrent List.
  • Discrimination on the ground of religion is prohibited by the Indian Constitution under- Article 15.
  • What is meant by Quo Warranto- By What Authority.
  • Which Articles of the Indian Constitution discuss the financial relations between the Centre and the States- Article 268 to 293.
  • The Objectives Resolution was adopted by the Constituent Assembly on- January 22, 1947.
  • Which Article of Indian Constitution deals with Election Commission- Article 324.
  • The power of the Supreme Court of India to decide disputes between the Centre and the States falls under its- Original Jurisdiction.
  • Economic Survey in India is published officially, every year by the- Ministry of Finance, Govt. of India.
  • The primary function of the Finance Commission in India is to- distribute revenue between the Centre and the States.
  • The Administrative Reforms Commission (ARC) of India (1966-1970) recommended the setting up of two special authorities designated as_________ for the redressal of citizens grievances- Lokpal and Lokayukta.
  • The Ninth Schedule to the Indian Constitution was added by- First Amendment.
  • Which Article of the Indian Constitution provides that ‘It shall be the duty of the Union to protect every State against external aggression and internal disturbance’- Article 355.
  • Which bill must be passed by each House of the Indian Parliament separately, by a special majority- Constitution Amendment Bill.
  • If a Panchayat is dissolved, elections are to be held within- 6 months.
  • Who is the Chairman of the National Water Resources Council- Prime Minister.
  • Who resembles the ‘Instrument of Instructions’ enumerated in the Government of India Act of 1935- Directive Principles of State Policy.
  • Who protect the interests of minorities and weaker sections of society- Fundamental Rights.
  • Referendum, Initiative, Recall, and Plebiscite are related to- Direct Democracy.
  • Public service commissions for the Union and for the States are provided under which Article- Article 315.
  • The regulation of the borrowing of money by the Union Government comes under the definition of- Money Bill.
  • Abolition or creation of legislative councils in states is provided by- Article 169.
  • Who appoints the chiefs of the Army, the Navy, and the Air Force- President.
  • Pardoning power of the President is provided under- Article 72.
  • The Vice-President holds office for a term of- Five Years.
  • Originally how many schedules were in the Constitution- Eight.
  • The National Anthem was adopted by the Constituent Assembly on- January 24, 1950.

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