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- The legislative branch of government is responsible for ……..
1.Express an opinion on a specific issue through a motion.
2.Right to assess
3.To instigate a parliamentary investigation into a specific issue
5.None of theseAnswer – 4.Enacting Laws
The legislative branch of government is responsible for enacting the laws of the state and appropriating the money necessary to operate the government.
- …………………….. provides Representative Government.
5.None of theseAnswer – 2.Indirect Democracy
Indirect democracy, or representative democracy, is when citizens elect representatives to make laws on their behalf. This is what most modern countries have today. In many representative democracies (Canada, the USA, Britain, etc.) representatives are chosen in elections where a winning candidate has to win more votes than any other candidate.
- The Environment(Protection) Bill was passed by the Parliament of India in which year ?
5.None of theseAnswer – 1.1986
The Environment (Protection) Act was enacted in 1986 with the objective of providing for the protection and improvement of the environment.
- Laws made by the …………………. is called as ordinary law
5.None of theseAnswer – 3.Government
An ordinary law is a normal law, generally distinguished from a constitutional law, organic law, or other similar law.It is made by the Government
- The Fascist view of state is ……………………….
1.State is under the control of CM
2.Nation state is unquestionably sovereign
3.State enhance the idea of individualism
4.State is the instrument of exploitation in the hands of few
5.None of theseAnswer – 4.State is the instrument of exploitation in the hands of few
Fascist view of state is State is the instrument of exploitation in the hands of few
- The legislature gains a priority over the executive in …………….
1.a Federal Government
2.a Parliamentary Government
3.an Authoritarian Government
4.a Presidential Government
5.None of theseAnswer – 2.a Parliamentary Government
The Executive (i.e. the political Executive the Council of Ministers) remains responsible and the administration accountable to Parliament. It is the function of Parliament to exercise political and financial control over the Executive and to ensure parliamentary surveillance of administration. Executive responsibility and administrative accountability, are two different functional concepts.
- The women’s Reservation Bill seeks ………….. % reservation for women in the State assemblies and Lok Sabha
5.None of theseAnswer – 2.33%
Women’s Reservation Bill or The Constitution (108th Amendment) Bill, is a pending bill in India which proposes to amend the Constitution of India to reserve 33 per cent of all seats in the Lower house of Parliament of India
- ……………………is law made by the executive when exercising these powers.
4.Rule of law
5.None of theseAnswer – 1.Delegated Legislation
Delegated legislation is law made by the executive when exercising these powers.
- Members of Union Public Service commission are appointed by whom ?
5.None of theseAnswer – 4.President
The Union Public Service Commission is India’s central agency authorised to conduct the Civil Services Examination, Indian Forest Service examination, Engineering Services Examination, Combined Defence Services Examination, National Defence Academy Examination, Naval Academy Examination, Combined Medical Services Examination,Special Class Railway Apprentice, Indian Economic Service/Indian Statistical Service Examination, Combined Geoscientist and Geologist Examination, and Central Armed Police Forces(Assistant Commandant) Examination. The Chairman and other members of the UPSC (Union Public Service Commission) are appointed by the President of India.
- Which of the following is not conferred the ‘minority’ status by the Government of India?
5.None of theseAnswer – 1.Jains
There are six religions in India which have been awarded “National minority” status—Muslims, Christians, Sikhs, Jains, Buddhists and Zoroastrians