Public Administration for Civil Services Examinations: Test 8 of 15

The Directive Principles of State Policy aim at providing ……… basis to democracy:
Social
Economic
Social and Economic
None of the above
The Directive Principles of the State Policy aim at:
The Communist State
The Capitalist State
The Welfare State
The Police State
The idea of the Directive Principles of State Policy is borrowed from:
American constitution
British constitution
Irish constitution
Russian constitution
The Rajya Sabha can be dissolved by:
President
Vice-President
Prime Minister
None of the above
The members of Rajya Sabha are elected by:
Elected members of the State Vidhan Sabha
Voters directly
Nominated by Governors
None of the above
The Lok Sabha is predominantly
An elected House
An indirectly elected House
A nominated House
None of the above
The President can remove:
Judges of the Supreme Court
Judges of the High Court
Both of the above
None of the above
The States are represented in the Rajya Sabha:
In proportion to the state population
In proportion to the state territory
On the basis of equality
None of the above
Which one of the following was dissolved before the expiry of its normal term?
First Lok Sabha
Sixth Lok Sabha
Fourth Lok Sabha
None of the above
Directive Principles are enshrined in…of the Constitution:
Part-III
Part-IV
Part-V
Part-VI
Fundamental rights are enshrined in…of the Constitution:
Part-I
Part-II
Part-III
Part-IV
Who among the following has the right to suspend the Fundamental Rights?
Supreme Court
The Prime Minister
The President
The Law Minister
Who has been made the guardian of the rights and liberties of the Indian people?
President
Attorney General
Comptroller and Auditor General
Supreme Court of India
Fundamental rights are:
Unjusticiable
Justiciable
Partly justiciable
None of the above
In addition to the Speaker, the Lok Sabha has a:
Deputy Chairman
Deputy President
Deputy Speaker
None of the above
The Parliament of India is a:
Sovereign Body
Semi-sovereign body
Non-sovereign body
None of the above
Under which of the following Act the post of High Commissioner for India in United Kingdom was created:
The Government of India Act, 1858
The Government of India Act, 1919
The Government of India Act, 1935
The Constitution of India 1950
According to our constitution, the Rajya Sabha is:
Dissolved every 6 years
Dissolved every 5 years
Dissolved once in 2 years
Not subject to dissolution
The objective resolution moved in the constitute Assembly on December 13, 1946 by:
Dr. Sachidanand Sinha
Dr. Rajendra Prasad
Dr. B.R. Ambedkar
Jawaharlal Nehru
Which of the following was not one of the four reserved departments to be administered by the Governor-General provided under the Government of India Act 1935:
External Affairs
Defence
Home
Ecclesiastical Affairs
Constitution makes India a:
Religions State
Secular State
National State
None of the above
Indian Constitution describes India as:
States Union
Union of States
Federation of States
Confederation
The President………..a non money bill for the reconsideration of the parliament:
Cannot return
Can return
Both of the above in different cases
None of the above
The President of India can send message to:
Lok Sabha
Rajya Sabha
Either House of Parliament
None of the above
Planning Commission was first established in the year:
1835
1950
1953
1965
Description:

This is a 25 question-test in the test series of 15 tests of Public Administration Paper of Civil Services Examination (Preliminary). This will also help students to prepare for the state civil services examination other than UPSC. The questions covered here are broadly covers the syllabus of most PCS Examinations conducted by SSC of different tests.

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James Alex

#22,
the right ans is.....
Rajya sabha is not subject to dissolution...

2552 days 6 hours 10 minutes ago

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