October 5, 2014

Quiz 54- Indian Constitution-General Studies: General Knowledge Question & Answers

531 Q) Expenses incurred out of the Contingency Fund of India are

(a) subsequently recouped by transferring savings from other heads of budget
(b) recouped through supplementary, additional or excess grants by Parliament
(c) not recouped till the whole fund is exhausted
(d) recouped by collecting contributions from various States

532 Q) A political party is officially accorded the status of the Opposition Party in Lok Sabha only if it secures at least

(a) 10 per cent of the seats
(b) 15 per cent of the seats
(c) 5 per cent of the seats
(d) 4 per cent of the seats

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533 Q) A civil case becomes a fit case for appeal to the Supreme Court if

(a) the case had come to the High Court under an appeal from a subordinate court
(b) it involves a sum of money over Rs 10000
(c) it involves a point of Constitutional law
(d) the High Court certifies that it involves a point of law and needs interpretation of the Constitution

534 Q) A: A joint sitting is not called in case of constitutional amendment bills. 
R: A bill for amendment of the Constitution has not to be laid down by majority.

(a) Both A and R are true is the correct explanation 4A
(b) Both A and I? are trite but R is not the correct explanation of A
(c) A is true but R is false
(d) A is false but R is true.

535 Q) The most controversial provision in the 42nd Amendment of the Indian Constitution is

(a) enumeration of Ten Fundamental Duties
(b) supremacy of Parliament
(c) primacy to the Directive Principles over Fundamental Rights
(d) term of Lok Sabha and Legislative Assemblies

536 Q) Which article has abolished child labour?

(a) 24
(b) 27
(c) 29
(d) 34

537 Q) Which one of the following shall not be considered an adequate ground for the issue of a proclamation of national emergency?

(a) War
(b) External aggression
(c) Armed Rebellion
(d) Internal Disturbance

538 Q) Who is the longest serving Chief Minister in India?

(a) Bhajan Lal
(b) Hiteshwar Saikia
(c) Chimanbhai Patel
(d) Jyoti Basu

539 Q) The person accepting the proposal is called

(a) Promisor
(b) Promise
(c) Acceptor
(d) Offered

540 Q) When can a President refer a matter to the Supreme Court for its opinion?

(a) When the Cabinet is not functioning properly
(b) When emergency has to be promulgated
(c) When a matter is of public importance
(d) Whenever the President feels like it
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