Constitution of India - MCQs (Pages :104)

  • 241 While a proclamation of emergency is in operation the duration of the Lok Sabha can be extended for a period?

    (A) not exceeding three months
    (B) not exceeding nine months
    (C) of one year at a time
    (D) of two years at time
  • 242 The proclamation of emergency at the first instance can be restricted to:?

    (A) 3 months
    (B) 15 days
    (C) 6 months
    (D) 60 days
  • 243 Every proclamation issued under Article 352 shall be:?

    (A) laid before each House of the Parliament
    (B) laid before the Lok Sabha
    (C) decided by the Prime Minister and conveyed to the President
    (D) All of the above
  • 244 The President's rule is imposed for the period of:?

    (A) 3 months
    (B) 6 months
    (C) till the next election is held
    (D) it depends upon the President's wish
  • 245 The duration of proclamation of Financial Emergency is:?

    (A) at the first instance one month
    (B) at the first instance two months
    (C) at the first instance six months
    (D) at the first instance one year
  • 246 During the proclamation of National Emergency:?

    (A) all Fundamental Rights are suspended
    (B) Articles 20 and 21 cannot be suspended
    (C) Article 32 cannot be suspended
    (D) Article 19 cannot be suspended
  • 247 Emergency can be proclaimed:?

    (A) in whole of the country
    (B) only in that part of country where actual aggression has taken place
    (C) in any part of the country
    (D) in the entire country or any part of territory of India
  • 248 A resolution for the revocation of proclamation of National Emergency may be moved by:?

    (A) ten members of Rajya Sabha
    (B) ten members of Lok Sabha
    (C) ten members of Parliament
    (D) one-tenth of total membership of Lok Sabha
  • 249 A resolution ratifying the proclamation of National Emergency requires to be passed:?

    (A) by Parliament
    (B) by each House of Parliament
    (C) by both the Houses of Parliament in a joint sitting
    (D) by each House of Parliament in separate sittings with majority of total membership of each House and by majority of not less than 2/3rd of members present and voting
  • 250 The President can issue proclamation of emergency:?

    (A) on the advice of Prime Minister
    (B) on the advice of Council of Ministers
    (C) in his own decision
    (D) when the decision of Union Cabinet for the issuance of such proclamation has been communicated to him in writing
  • 251 Which of the following is/are resultant of a proclamation of National Emergency because of war? I. The Union Government can give directions to the States about how the executive power of the State is to be exercised. II. The Fundamental Rights stand automatically suspended. III. The State Legislature is suspended. IV. Parliament can make laws with respect to any subject in the State List.?

    (A) I; II and IV
    (B) I; III and IV
    (C) I only
    (D) I and IV
  • 252 In case of proclamation of emergency on grounds of war or external aggression:?

    (A) all Fundamental Rights will be automatically suspended
    (B) the right to move a court for enforcement of any Fundamental Right is suspended
    (C) the President may order the suspension of enforcement of any Fundamental Right except Article 20-21
    (D) Parliament may authorise suspension of all Fundamental Rights
  • 253 In the election of the President, the value of the vote of the Lok Sabha members:?

    (A) is same
    (B) differs according to the geographical size of the respective State
    (C) differs according to the number of votes a member represents
    (D) None of the above
  • 254 The President of India is:?

    (A) Commander-in-Chief of Defence Forces
    (B) Supreme Commander of Armed Forces
    (C) Head of the Government
    (D) Supreme Commander of Defence Forces of the Union and Executive Head of the Union
  • 255 The President can be removed by the way of impeachment which can be made only:?

    (A) by the Supreme Court
    (B) by the Rajya Sabha
    (C) by the Members of Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha through impeachment
    (D) cannot be impeached
  • 256 Which of the following statements is correct?

    (A) The President may continue to be a member of Parliament even after assuming charge of the Presidential office
    (B) The President is not barred from holding any other office of profit even after assuming charge of Presidential office
    (C) The President is entitled to use his official residence only on payment of rent fixed
    (D) The emolument and allowances of the President shall not be diminished during his term of office
  • 257 In the election of the President, each Member of the electoral college has:?

    (A) one vote
    (B) as many votes as there are candidates
    (C) one vote with value attached to it
    (D) one vote with value attached to it and he can give as many preferences as there are candidates
  • 258 The value of a vote of a Member of Parliament for the election of the President is determined by dividing the:?

    (A) nation's population as per the latest census by the number of Lok Sabha members
    (B) nation's population as per the latest census by the total strength of the two Houses of Paliament
    (C) the total value of votes of members of all the State Legislative Assemblies by the elected Members of the two Houses of Parliament
    (D) particular State's population as per the latest census by the number of Members of Parliament elected from that State
  • 259 Who administers the oath of office to the President?

    (A) Chief Justice of India
    (B) Speaker of Lok Sabha
    (C) Prime Minister
    (D) Vice-President
  • 260 An individual who is not a member of either House of Parliament can be appointed a member of the Council of Ministers, but he has to become a member of either House within a period of:?

    (A) 1 month
    (B) 2 months
    (C) 3 months
    (D) 6 months
  • 261 Which one of the following does not constitute the electoral college for electing the President of India?

    (A) Elected members of Rajya Sabha
    (B) Elected members of Lok Sabha
    (C) Elected members of the Legislative Assembly of each State
    (D) Elected members of the Legislative Council
  • 262 Who among the following enjoys the rank of a Cabinet Minister of the Indian Union?

    (A) Deputy Chairman; Rajya Sabha
    (B) Deputy Chairman of the Planning Commission
    (C) Secretary to the Government of India
    (D) None of the above
  • 263 The Chief Minister of Union Territory where such a set up exists, is appointed by the:?

    (A) President
    (B) Prime Minister
    (C) Lt. Governor
    (D) Majority party in Legislature
  • 264 The five year term of the President is calculated from the:?

    (A) first day of the month he assumes charge
    (B) first day of the month following the month he assumes charge
    (C) day he assumes charge
    (D) date of his election result
  • 265 If the President wants to resign from office, he may do so by writing to the:?

    (A) Vice-President
    (B) Chief Justice of India
    (C) Prime Minister
    (D) Speaker of Lok Sabha
  • 266 In which of the following situations does the President act in his own discretion?

    (A) In appointing the Prime Minister
    (B) In returning a proposal to the Council of Ministers for reconsideration
    (C) Both of the above
    (D) None of the above
  • 267 The minimum age required for becoming the Prime Minister of India is:?

    (A) 25 years
    (B) 30 years
    (C) 40 years
    (D) 35 years
  • 268 Which of the following regarding the election of the President is correct?

    (A) A candidate securing the majority of votes is not automatically elected
    (B) The Supreme Court has no jurisdiction in any doubt or dispute arising in connection with the election of the President
    (C) The Presidential election cannot take place when one or more State Assemblies stand dissolved because all the State Assemblies form part of the Electoral College
    (D) The total value of the votes allotted to both Houses of Parliament is much more than the total value of the votes of all the States taken together
  • 269 Which of the following is not true regarding the payment of the emoluments to the President?

    (A) They do not require any parliamentary sanction
    (B) They can be reduced during a Financial Emergency
    (C) They are shown separately in the budget
    (D) They are charged on the Contingency Fund of India
  • 270 Which of the following appointments is not made by the President of India?

    (A) Speaker of the Lok Sabha
    (B) Chief Justice of India
    (C) Chief of the Air Force
    (D) Chief of the Army

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