Wednesday, March 29, 2017

G.K History (48) for UPSC-TRB-TNPSC-CTET-TNTET-SSC-RAILWAY

SL NOQUESTIONANSWER
1In case a President dies while in office, for howmany months can the Vice-President act as President?6 months
2Who can initiate impeachment proceedings against the President of India?Either House of Parliament
3In which year was the Constituent Assembly which framed the Constitution for Independent India set up?1946
4How did Constituent Assembly arrived at decisions on the various provisions of the Constitution?By consensus
5Which is an extra Constitutional and non-statutory body?Planning Commission
6The Chief Minister of Union Territory where such a set up exists, is appointed by whom?Lt. Governor
7What is the minimum age required for becoming the Prime Minister of India?25 years
8In which article Right to education is a fundamental right?Personal liberty under Article 21
9In which year was Panchayati Raj started in the country?1959
10A person to be qualified for standing in a panchayat election what age must have he attained?21 years
11Which was the only President of India who elected unopposed?Neelam Sanjiva Reddy
12Who has the authority to remove the Vice-President from his office before the expiry of his term?Parliament
13By whom are the portfolios allocated to the ministers?The Prime Minister
14Whow resigned as Vice-President to contest for the office of the President?V.V. Giri
15By whom is the Prime Minister appointed?President
16What is the life of Rajya Sabha?Permanency
17Right to Constitutional Remedies comes under which rights?Fundamental Rights
18Indian Constitution recognises minorities on which basis?Religion
19How the Constitution describes India?As a Union of States
20Between which a government is federal or unitary on the basis of relations?Centre and States
21How many Regional Commissions are established by the UN Economic and Social Council?72 0 652925
22The inspiration of 'Liberty, Equality and Fraternity'was derived from which revolution?French revolution
23To whom are the Ministers individually responsible?The President
24Who is the ex-officio chairman of Planning Commission and National Development Council.Prime Minister
25Who is directly responsible to Parliament for all matters concerning the Defence Services of India?Defence Minister
26By whom is the parliament's expenditure is controlled?Comptroller and Auditor General
27Who administers oath of office to the President?Chief Justice of India
28The Chief Minister of Union Territory where such a set up exists, is appointed by whom?Lt. Governor
29Who is authorised to decide over a dispute regarding disqualification of a member of Parliament?President
30The Lok Sabha is called in session for at least how many times in a year?Thrice
31The five year term of the President is calculated from which day?The day he assumes charge
32By whom is the parliament's expenditure is controlled?Comptroller and Auditor General
33By whom the rank of the different Ministers in the Union Council of Ministers is determined?Prime Minister
34Howmany times has National Emergency been declared?Three times
35The Rajya Sabha can have a maximum strength of howmany members?250
36How many times can the President of India return a Non-money Bill, passed by Parliament?Once
37Indian President and Prime Minister are a replica of the heads of the State of which country?Britain
38At where were the High Courts in India first started?Bombay, Madras, Calcutta
39How many High Courts in India have jurisdiction over more than one State (Union Territories not included)?3
40A Money Bill passed by the Lok Sabha has to be passed/returned by Rajya Sabha within howmany days?14 days
41Which writ may be issued to enforce a Fundamental Right?Habeas Corpus
42From where was the term 'Congress' derived?The History of North America
43After a no confidence motion is admitted to the Lok Sabha, who decides a date for the debate?Lok Sabha Speaker
44Which can be abolished but not dissolved?State Legislative Council
45From where can a Member of Parliament claim immunity?From civil cases only
46The Union Territories get representation in which house? 0 65292Both Houses of Parliament
47In which year was the first Indian Councils Act passed?1861
48After howmany years One-third of the members of the Rajya Sabha retire?Second year
49By whom the oath to a High Court Judge is administered?Governor
50Which Indian became the President of International Court of Justice?Dr. Nagendra Singh

No comments:

Post a Comment