राज्यसेवा मुख्य परीक्षा २०१६ GS-2

1. 

Consider the following statements about the Comptroller and Auditor General of India :

(a) As observed by Dr. Ambedkar he shall be the most important officer under the Constitution.

(b) The office of the CAG is substantially modelled upon that of the Auditor General under  the Government of India Act - 1919.

(c) The Parliament has enacted the CAG's duties powers and conditions of service Act 1971.

(d) He has no power of appointment, and consequently, no power of disciplinary control with respect to his subordinates as in case of CJI.

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2. 

Which one of the following statements about Public Interest Litigation (PIL) is false? 

(a) It is said that the PIL has democratized the judiciary. 

(b) The PIL has forced the Executive and the Legislature to discharge their constitutional obligations towards the people. 

(c) The PIL has made an attempt to provide corruption free administration.   

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3. 

Consider the following provisions of the Government of India Act - 1935 : 

(a) The act provided separate representation not only for the Muslims, but also for the Sikhs, Indian Christians and Anglo-Indians. 

(b) The residuary powers was vested to the Central Government. 

(c) Neither any counsellor nor any council of Ministers responsible to the Legislature came to be appointed under this Act. 

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4. 

The 95th Constitutional Amendment Act passed by the Parliament :

5. 

Which of the following statements about the Attorney General of India are true ? 

(a) He can take part in the proceedings of the Parliament.

(b) He can be a member of a Parliamentary Committee.

(c) He can vote in a Parliamentary Committee.

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6. 

The National Commission for Women was set up in ___________ .

7. 

Of which amendment, the National Commission for Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes bifurcated into two Commissions ?

8. 

Which one of the following statements is false? 

(a) Our constitution distributes between the Union and the States not only the legislative  power but also the executive power. 

(b) The President may, without any legislative sanction, entrust any executive function to State. 

(c) With the consent of the Government of India, the Governor of a state may entrust on the Union Government or its officers functions relating to a state subject.   

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9. 

What is the time limit for the states legislature to ratify the amendments in case of articles of Indian Constitution which require ratification of at least one half of the state legislatures ?

10. 

Which of the following are included in the Original Jurisdiction of Supreme Court ? 

(a) A dispute between the Government of India and one or more states. 

(b) A dispute between two or more states. 

(c) A dispute regarding elections to either House of Parliament. 

(d) A interstate water dispute.

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11. 

Which one of the following pairs is correctly matched ? 

12. 

Which of the following is/are correct regarding the pardoning power of the President ? 

(a) The petitioner for mercy has a right to an oral hearing by the President. 

(b) The President can pardon sentences inflicted by court martial.

(c) The President can exercise the power without the advice of the union cabinet.

(d) The President can examine the evidence a fresh and take a view different from the view taken by the court. 

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13. 

The 24th Amendment Act provided :   

(a) Affirmed the power of Parliament to amend any part of the constitution including fundamental rights. 

(b) Made it compulsory for the President to give his assent to a Constitutional Amendment bill. 

(c)। It took away the word 'Compensation' and replaced it by word 'Amount' in Article-31.

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14. 

In case of a State Bill reserve by the Governor for the President's consideration, which of the following statement is incorrect? 

(a) President may for the purpose of deciding whether he should assent to, or return the Bill, refer to the Supreme Court. 

(b) No time limit is imposed by the Constitution upon the President either to declare that he assents or withhold his assent. 

(c) President is bound to give his assent if the same bill has been passed by the State Legislature for a second time. 

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15. 

In India there have been ___________ occasions when the houses of Parliament had met in joint sitting to resolve differences between them.

16. 

The First National Commission only for scheduled tribes was constituted in March __________ .

17. 

Which of the following are included in the Union list included in the Seventh Schedule of the Indian Constitution ? 

(a) Extradition 

(b) Lighthouses 

(c) Banking 

(d) Establishment of standards of weight and measure. 

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18. 

Which of the following is incorrect about the 'Objective Resolution' ? 

19. 

Consider the following statements : 

(a) The advice of the Supreme Court to the President on a matter of law or fact of public importance is not binding on the President. 

(b) The advice of the Supreme Court to the President on a matter to remove the Chairman or member of UPSC is binding on the President.

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20. 

Which one of the following statements is correct about the Joint sitting of both the Houses of Parliament ? 

(a) is convened and presided over by the Speaker of the Lok Sabha. 

(b) is convened when both the Houses disagree on Constitutional Amendment bill. 

(c) is convened when both the Houses disagree on a money bill. 

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