UPSC Polity : Parliamentary system and Central Government Notes Part 3

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Today’s Topic: Parliamentary System and Central Government


Q1. What is the period of LokSabha–

a) Four years

b) Six years

c) Five years

d) Three years

Ans      C

Q2. Under which Article of the Constitution of India, qualification for membership of Parliament has been mentioned—

a) 88

b) 84

c) 89

d) 91

Ans      B

Q3. What power the President may exercise from time to time in respect of Parliament

a) Prorogue either of the House of Parliament.

b) Dissolve House of the People

c) A and B

d) None of the above

Ans      C

Q4. What activities does the President perform in respect of both the Houses of the Parliament—

a) Time to time to summon each of Parliament

b) Prorogue either of the House of the Parliament

c) Dissolve the LokSabha

d) All the above.

Ans      D

Q5. Under whose advice, the President shall have the power of summoning, propagation and dissolution—

a) Home Minister

b) Prime Minister

c) Council of Ministers

d) Parliamentary Affairs Ministers

Ans      C

Q6. Where does a money bill originate in India Parliament?

a) LokSabha

b) RajyaSabha

c) Both the House

d) none of the above

Ans      A

Q7. The Council of States can keep a money bill for a maximum period of

a) 15days

b) 14days

c) 13days

d) 17days

Ans      B

Q8. The report of Public Account committee is presented to

a) President of India

b) Chief Justice of India

c) Prime Minister

d) LokSabha

Ans      D

Q9. Who decides whether a bill is a Money Bill or not

a) President of India

b) Chief Justice of India

c) Prime Minister

d) Speaker of LokSabha

Ans      D

Q10. The Ordinance refers to

a) The executive orders passed by the Parliament

b) The executive order issued by the President

c) The decision made by the Supreme Court

d) The ruling given by the Speaker of LokSabha

Ans      B