Public Administration for Civil Services Examinations: Test 15 of 15

…..is the Chairman of Economic affairs Committee:
Vice-President
President
Chairman, Rajya Sabha
Prime Minister
Who is the Chairman of Appointments Committee?
Prime Minister
President
Vice-President
Parliamentary Affairs Minister
Apart from policy making what does the Central secretariat not do?
Recruits staff
Frames rules and regulations
Exercise financial control
Make proposal for legislation
The tenure system in the Central Secretariat was started by:
Jawaharlal Nehru
Lord Ripon
Lord Mountbatten
Lord Curzon
Finance Minister is not a member of…….. Committee:
Political affairs
Appointment
Accommodation
Economic Affairs
What is the tenure period fir the I.A.S. officers joining secretariat as Deputy Secretary?
5 years
4 years
3 years
Not fixed
…does not form a Constituent of “Top Management”:
Deputy Secretary
Joint Secretary
Additional secretary
Secretary
In the Secretarial which of the following does not form part of the middle management?
Under Secretary
Deputy Secretary
Director
Section Officer
The section does not comprise of:
Clerks
Assistants
Section Officer
Under Secretary
The President can declare emergency in the country either due to an internal disturbance or due to an external aggression under
Article 352
Article 356
Article 360
Article 359
The President can promulgate Presidential Rule in a State under
Article 256
Article 356
Article 400
Article 360
……..finalises the rules of business and allocates the business to various Ministries and Departments in the Government of India:
Prime Minister’s Secretariat
Cabinet Secretariat
Parliament Secretariat
President’s Secretariat
The tenure recommended by the Administrative Reforms Commission for the Cabinet Secretary was:
5-6 years
4-5 years
1-2 years
3-4 years
The Congress constituted a national planning committee to study in detail planned economic development in the year:
1936
1938
1918
1928
A separate department of Planning and Development was created in the Government of India in the year:
1950
1944
1941
1946
The Second five year Plan covered the period between:
1951 to 1956
1956 to 1961
1966 to 1971
1961 to 1966
The 7th Five Year Plan (1985-1990) seeks to achieve an overall growth rate of:
5%
4%
8%
7%
The President can declare financial emergency in the country under
Article 350
Article 355
Article 360
Article 365
The role of the Finance Commission in Centre-State fiscal relations has been relegated to the background by:
Zonal Councils
U.P.S.C.
Planning Commission
Election Commission
The Comptroller and Auditor General of India does not audit receipts and expenditure of:
Government Companies
State Undertakings
State Government
Union Government
The Finance department as an independent entity was created in the year:
1810
1818
1838
1848
An entirely separate secretariat for the government of India was set up in:
1843
1833
1921
1813
The post of the Governor-General of India was created by the Charter Act of:
1833
1853
1813
None of the above
The Republic of India established by the Constitution is not:
Sovereign
Socialist
Secular
Unitary
Who was the President of Constituent Assembly?
Dr. Rajendra Prasad
Dr. B.R. Ambedkar
Dr. K.M. Munshi
Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru
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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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