Thursday, 26 January 2017

Constitution of India - Quiz 19

1.       Indian politics was brought under the influence of the British Parliament for the first time through:
The Regulating Act, 1773
2.       Minto-Morley Reforms were introduced in:
1909
3.       Most of the Constitution of India has been erected on the debris of:
Govt. of India Act, 1935
4.       Official language is mentioned in Part ........... of the Constitution:
Part XVII
5.       On 13 December, 1946, who moved the Objectives Resolution in the Constituent Assembly?
Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru
6.       The Act which ended the diarchy in provinces and granted autonomy:
Govt. of India Act, 1935
7.       The Constituent Assembly was formed on…........, 1946:
December 6
8.       The first Act passed by the British Parliament for the administration of India:
The Regulating Act, 1773
9.       The first attempt to introduce representative and popular element was:
Minto-Morley Reforms
10.    The last Act passed by the British Parliament in respect of the administration of India.
Indian Independence Act
11.    Who elects the deputy chairman of Rajya Sabha:
All the members of Rajya Sabha
12.    Who is the authority to grant permission to a member of Lok Sabha to speak in his mother tongue if he does not know English or Hindi?
Speaker
13.    Who was known as ‘father of Lok Sabha’?
GV Mavlankar
14.    Who was the Prime Minister of India when the 73rd and 74th Amendments of the Constitution were passed:
Narasimha Rao
15.    The shortest of the three lists in the Seventh Schedule of the Constitution:
Concurrent
16.    The south Indian state where President’s rule was imposed for the first time:
Andhra
17.    The speaker of Lok Sabha submits his resignation to:
Deputy Speaker
18.    Which Amendment of the Constitution changed its charecterisation from ‘Sovereign Democratic Republic’ to ‘Sovereign Socialist Secular Democratic Republic’?
42nd
19.    The highest interpreter of the Constitution:
Supreme Court
20.    The highest judicial body in India:
Supreme Court

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