Monday, 23 January 2017

Constitution of India - Quiz 16

1.       The number of members in the Public Accounts Committee of Parliament:
30
2.       Fourteen Indian banks were nationalized in:
1969
3.       How many times a person can become the President of India?
No legal limitation
4.       If a notice for special session of Lok Sabha was given in writing signed by not less than one-tenth of the members, the president must summon the session within ..... days.
14
5.       In the 1937 elections to the Central Legislative Assembly, in how many provinces, the Indian National Congress got majority?
7
6.       Which Schedule of the Constitution was added by the first amendment of the Constitution?
Ninth
7.       Which session of the Indian National Congress adopted a resolution on Fundamental Rights and Economic and Social Change?
1931
8.       Who compared Directive Principles of State Policy to the Instrument of Instructions in the Govt. of India Act, 1935?
BR Ambedkar
9.       Who described ‘Directive Principles’ as a cheque payable by the bank when able only when the resources of the bank permit?
KT Shaw
10.    Who described Directive Principles of State Policy as a novel feature of the Constitution of India?
BR Ambedkar

11.    The first mid-term poll in India was held in:
1971
12.    The first sitting of the first Lok Sabha was on May 13, .......
1952
13.    The first speaker of Lok Sabha:
GV Mavlankar
14.    The Indian prime minister who abolished privy purses through the 26th amendment of the Constitution:
Indira Gandhi
15.    The interval between two consecutive sessions of Lok Sabha shall be less than ........ months.
6
16.    The largest princely state in terms of population at the time of independence:
Hyderabad
17.    The Lok Sabha must meet at least ...... times in a year.
2
18.    Who described Part III of Constitution dealing Fundamental Rights as the most criticized part of the Constitution?
BR Ambedkar
19.    Who is called ‘the link between the President and the cabinet’?
Prime minister
20.    In the case of resignation, a member of Lok Sabha must submit his resignation to:
Speaker


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