Govt. Examwise MCQ
120 Polity MCQ Questions in english हिन्दी
Who is authorised to grant in its discretion special leave to appeal from any judgement in any matter passed by any court or tribunal in the country?
What is the strength of judges of Supreme Court at present?
In which year, hindi names ‘Rajya Sabha’ and ‘Lok Sabha’ were adopted for the Council of States and the House of People respectively?
Which of the following are the features of parliamentary form of government?
Which of the following Articles of the Indian Constitution provides protection to the accused regarding conviction from double-bar and self-incrimination?
Which of the following Fundamental Right cannot be suspended even during National Emergency?
Which of the following matches of Parts of the Constitution and their respective titles is not correct?
Which act gave recognition to the ‘portfolio system’ introduced by Lord Canning in 1859?
Which of the following writs is also known as wakening call?
Which article of the Indian Constitution says that directive principles are not enforceable by any court?
In which among the following parts of Constitution of India are enshrined the Fundamental Duties?
Who can appoint a judge of a high court as an acting chief justice of the high court?
How many days advance notice is to be given to speaker of state legislative assembly to move a resolution against him?
Who allocates and reshuffles the portfolios among ministers of state legislative assembly?
Which Article of the Indian Constitution states that the council of ministers shall be collectively responsible to the legislative assembly of the state?
Who amongst the following is associated with judicial activism in India?
In which year was the first inter-state council formed?
Which system is used for election in the Rajya Sabha?
Which of the following is not a required qualification for the post of Vice-President?
On whose advice the President can promulgate or withdraw an ordinance?
In which case the Supreme Court ruled that the Parliament cannot amend the basic features of the Constitution of India?
What is the maximum period for which an M.P. can be absent in the House of people?
Whose prior permission is needed to introduce a bill in the Parliament for the reorganization of States?
The constitution of India is considered federal in nature, and unitary in spirit. Which of the following is not a federal feature?
How many sessions did Constituent Assembly take to draft the Constitution of India?
The power to create of abolish legislative council in states is vested with which among the following?
Which among the following fundamental rights is available to Indian Citizens but not to aliens?
What is the upper limit of election expense in a parliamentary constituency?