Under Article 112(3) of the Constitution which of the following expenditure shall be charged on the Consolidated Fund of India? (a) The emoluments and allowances of the President (b) The salaries of the Chairman of the Council of States and Speaker of the Lok Sabha (c) The salaries of the Judges of the Supreme Court (d) All of these1 4142
Our Parliamentary system is based on (a) Proportional representation (b) Male franchise (c) Universal adult franchise (d) Male, female and child franchise
The freedom of speech of a member of Parliament during the parliamentary session is (a) Subject to restrictions (b) As may be determined by the Parliament from time to time (c) Similar to that of a citizen (d) Almost absolute1 2206
Which of the following is a function of the Estimates Committee of the Lok Sabha? (a) It studies the estimates of different Ministries every year (b) It reports what economies, improvements in organizations, efficiency and administrative reforms consistent with the policy underlying the estimates, may be effected (c) It suggests alternative policies in order to bring about efficiency and economy in administration (d) All of these2 2773
The Chairman of the Estimates Committee of the Lok Sabha is appointed from amongst the members by the (a) Deputy Speaker of the Lok Sabha (b) Speaker of the Lok Sabha (c) Minister for Parliamentary Affairs (d) Prime Minister1 4405
The term of office of the members of the Estimates Committee is (a) Two years (b) Three years (c) One year (d) Six months1 2751
The term of the Public Accounts Committee of the Parliament is (a) One year (b) Two years (c) Three years (d) Four years1 2720
The quorum for the meetings of the Public Accounts Committee is (a) Five members (b) Four members (c) Six members (d) Ten members1 4394
Which one of the following is not a function of the Public Accounts Committee of the Parliament? (a) To see that the expenditure conforms to the authority which governs it (b) To see that the money shown in the accounts as having been disbursed were legally available for and applicable to the service or purpose to which they have been applied or charged (c) To approve the budget of the Union Government (d) To examine, in the light of the report of the Comptroller and Auditor-General, the statements of accounts showing the income and expenditure of State Corporations1 2413
When can the Speaker exercise his right to vote in the House? (a) Whenever the House desires (b) Whenever he desires (c) Only in the event of equality of vote (d) Whenever his part directs
Which Parliamentary Committee in India is normally chaired by a prominent member of the opposition? (a) Committee on Government Assurances (b) Estimates Committee (c) Privileges Committee (d) Public Accounts Committee2 16981
A Proclamation of Emergency (under Article 356) ceases to operate (unless approved and extended by the Parliament) at the end of (a) One month (b) Two months (c) Three months (d) Six months1 2719
Which one of the following is true regarding the Deputy Chairman of the Rajya Sabha? (a) One has to be a member of the Rajya Sabha for election to the post of the Deputy Chairman (b) One need not necessarily be a member of the Rajya Sabha for election to the post of the Deputy Chairman as is in the case of the Chairman (c) One has to be a member of either House of Parliament for election to the post of the Deputy Chairman of the Rajya Sabha (d) There is an established convention that the Deputy Chairman of the Rajya Sabha belongs to the main opposition party in the Rajya Sabha1 2757
Which one of the following is INCORREC in respect of Parliamentary control over the budget? (a) Parliament has no say in the preparation of the budget (b) Parliament has the power to increase expenditure charged on the Consolidate Fund (c) Parliament has no power to impose a tax without the President?s recommendation (d) Parliament has no power to increase a tax without the President?s recommendation2 4501
Consider the following statements regarding a No-Confidence motion in the Parliament : 1. There is no mention of a No-Confidence motion in the Constitution of India2. A period of six months must elapse between the introduction of one No-Confidence motion and the other3. At least 100 members must support a motion of No-Confidence before it is introduced in the House4. A motion of No-Confidence can be introduced in Lok Sabha only of these statements (a) 2 and 4 are correct (b) 1, 2, 3 and 4 are correct (c) 1, 2 and 3 are correct (d) 1 and 4 are correct
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