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Social Science Quiz (Civics) For CTET Exam 2016

Social Science Quiz (Civics) For CTET Exam 2016_30.1

1.In India the power of judicial review is enjoyed by
(a) the Supreme Court alone
(b) the Supreme Court as well as High Court
(c) all the Courts
(d) none of the above

2.The Directive Principles of State Policy are……. in their nature.
(a) democratic 
(b) collective
(c) non-justice able 
(d) Gandhian

3.The Council of Ministers of a state works on the basis of the principle of collective responsibility which means :
(a) they are collectively responsible to the President
(b) they are taken from the same political party
(c) they take all major decisions collectively
(d) that a vote of no-confidence against any member of the Council leads to the resignation of the entire body

4.Which one of the following statements is not correct ?
(a) in India all important laws are introduced in the Parliament by the members of the Council of Ministers
(b) the Bills introduced by the Council of Ministers are easily passed by the Lok Sabha because of the majority support at its disposal
(c) the Bill introduced by Private members can become an Act even if the Council of Ministers does not support it
(d) the Bill introduced by a private member can become an Act only if the Council of Ministers support it

5.The Rajya Sabha has exclusive power :
(a) to initiate proceedings for the removal of the President
(b) to initiate proceedings for the removal of the judges of Supreme Court
(c) to recommend creation of new All-India Services
(d) with regard to none of the above

6.Who presides over the meetings of Rajya Sabha?
(a) Vice-President 
(b) President
(c) Prime Minister 
(d) none of the above

7.The High Court consists of a Chief Justice and : 
(a)  5 other judges 
(b)  7 other judges
(c)  such other judges as may be decided by the President from time to time
(d)  such other judges as may be decided by the Governor of the State

8.Which one of the following powers of the Prime Minister with regard to the Parliament is not correct?
(a) he has to justify the policy and programme of his government on the floor of the Parliament
(b) he makes all important policy announcements on the floor of the Parliament
(c) he summons and prorogues the sessions of the Parliament
(d) he can recommend the dissolution of the Lok Sabha to the President

9.Which one of the following qualifications for the office of the Governor has been wrongly listed?
(a) he must be citizen of India
(b) he must not be less than thirty years for age
(c) he must not be a member of either House of Parliament or State Legislature
(d) he must not hold any other office of profit

10. The Fundamental duties were added to the Constitution :
(a) to make the fundamental rights more effective
(b) to check anti-national, subversive and unconstitutional agitations
(c) to accord priority to the directive principles over fundamental rights
(d) to achieve all the above objectives