Constitutional and Administrative Law - Objective Type Questions with Answers

Questions
1 The Indian Independence Act, 1947 came into effect on
A 14 August 1947
B 18 July, 1947
C 26 January, 1947
D none of these

Answer: Option [B]
2 The President's Rule under Article 356 remains valid in the State for the maximum period of
A two months
B five months
C six months
D one year

Answer: Option [C]
3 According to Indian Constitution Treaty making power is conferred upon
A The Prime Minister
B The Foreign Minster
C The President of India but is subject to ratification by the parliament
D None of these

Answer: Option [C]
4 The Vice President of India is elected
A by an electoral college consisting of all the members of Rajya Sabha
B by an electoral college consisting of all the members of Lok Sabha
C by an electoral college of all the members of both the Houses of Parliament
D by an electoral college of all the members of both the Houses of Parliament in accordance with proportional representation by means of single transferable vote and by secret ballot

Answer: Option [D]
5 The powers of the President of India are
A beyond the Constitution
B in accordance with the Constitution
C in accordance with the Parliament
D in accordance with the Supreme Court

Answer: Option [B]

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A Tamil Nadu
B Gujarat
C Andhra Pradesh
D West Bengal
Answer: Option [B]
A Geneva and Montreal
B Geneva and Vienna
C New York and Geneva
D Washington
Answer: Option [D]
A Inscriptions
B Coins
C Palm and barch leaf manuscripts
D Archaeological excavations.
Answer: Option [D]
A Sodium carbonate
B Sodium bicarbonate
C Sodium nitrite
D Sodium nitrate
Answer: Option [B]
A lay down positive instructions which would guide State policy at all levels
B implement Ganhiji's idea for a decentralized state.
C check the use of arbitrary powers by the government.
D promote welfare of the backward section of the society.
Answer: Option [A]
A increase in money supply
B increase in money supply and fall in production
C fall of production
D decrease in money supply and fall in production
Answer: Option [C]