What is the literal meaning of secularism? (a) Freedom to worship any God (b) Death of religion (c) Separation of religion from the state (d) None of these
Which are the implications of India being a secular state? (a) There is no ethnic or religious majority or minority (b) State has no religion of its own (c) Religion will be regarded as a private affair (d) All of the above1 2531
The Indian Constitution is in structure (a) federal (b) unitary (c) rigid (d) partly unitary partly federal5 9823
In a federal setup of government, the powers are divided between the: (a) Centre and the units (b) Two Houses of the Legislature (c) Executive and the Legislature (d) President and the Cabinet4 10021
The features of the Indian Constitution/ (Cabinet System) have been emulated by the makers of the Constitution from: (a) the US Constitution (b) the Swiss Constitution (c) the British Constitution (d) the Japanese Constitution2 6026
The Constitution of India bears the influence of the Constitutions of several countries. Which country exerts the greatest influence in the framing of the ?Directive Principles of State Policy? in our Constitution? (a) Ireland (b) France (c) Japan (d) Russia4 8262
The president of India holds office for a period of: (a) 6 years (b) 5 years (c) 4 years (d) 7 years2 7426
President?s Electoral College consists of: (a) Members of Parliament (b) Members of Parliament and Legislatures (c) Members of State Legislatures (d) Elected Members of Parliament and State Legislatures1 2410
A dispute regarding the election of the President is referred to the: (a) Election Commission (b) Parliament (c) Supreme Court (d) Vice-president2 4337
If the President has to resign, he sends his resignation to the: (a) Prime Minister (b) Chief Justice of India (c) Vice-President (d) Lok Sabha Speaker4 18946
The President should: (a) be a member of either House of parliament (b) not be a member of either House of parliament (c) be elected to the parliament within six months of his election (d) The Constitution is silent on the issue of his being member of any House of the Parliament1 3013
Is the president of India the Supreme Commander of the three wings of the Army, the navy and the Air Force? (a) Yes (b) No, he has nothing to do with the armed forces (c) No, it is the PM who is the Supreme commander of the 3 wings of the armed forces (d) No, armed forces are under control of the Defence Minister2 3796
To contest election for the office of Vice-President of India, the candidate must have completed the age of: (a) 40 years (b) 35 years (c) 30 years (d) 45 years2 3258
What is meant by ?office of profit?? (a) It is that office the holder of which draws pecuniary benefits from the government (b) Office which gives an opportunity to exploit others (c) Office which is meant only for profit making (d) Office which means any financial involvement2 3650
What is the position of President in the executive? (a) Real executive (b) Constitutional head of the government (c) Constitutional head of the State (d) Head of the party in power5 10591
Who is the chief of Asian development bank?
from where was india's first satellite launched?
which is the largest state in india?
Where is Charminar Located?
how many bones does a human body consist of?
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Who is the Founder of NIACL?
What is the difference between deemed university & other university eg. DY Patil university (pune) & pune university
The British Broadcasting Corporation BBC, selected whom as the ' Women of Millennium'?
Clive Lloyd is related to which sport?
The device used for locating submerged objects is?
The charge of impeachment against the president of India for his removal can be preferred by ? a) Rajya Sabha b) Lok Sabha c) Speaker of Lok Sabha and Chairman of Rajya
on whose advice president can dissolve lok sabha