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Online Indian Constitution Quiz Set No - 25

Constitution questions have been taken from previous years questions paper of different competitive examinations such SSC CGL, SSC CHSL, CDS, NDA, State PSC, Railways, MAT, CAT, etc.

241) Parliament enjoys the exclusive right to legislate on the subjects contained in
A) The Union List
B) The Concurrent List
C) The State List
D) Both A and B

242) Part V of the Constitution deals with: (1) Union Executive, (2) Parliament, (3) Supreme Court and High Courts, (4) Comptroller and Auditor-General
A) 1 and 2
B) 1, 2 and 3
C) 1 only
D) 1, 2 and 4

243) Planing Commission is a?
A) Political body
B) Quasi-political body
C) Non-political body
D) Statutory body

244) Which Constitutional Article mentioned the posts of Speaker and Deputy Speaker of the Lok Sabha?
A) Article 91
B) Article 92
C) Article 93
D) Article 94

245) Which constitutional article provides personal immunity to the head of the states for his official act from legal action, including proceedings for contempt of Court ?
A) Article 350
B) Article 357
C) Article 360
D) Article 361

246) Which Constitutional Article specifies official language of the Union?
A) Article 342
B) Article 343
C) Article 344
D) Article 345

247) The authorization for the withdrawal of funds from the Consolidated Fund of India must come from:
A) The President of India
B) The Parliament of India
C) The Prime Minister of India
D) The Union Finance Minister

248) The Cabinet Mission to India was headed by :
A) Stafford Cripps
B) A V Alexander
C) Lord Pethick Lawrence
D) Hugh Gaitskell

249) The candidate for Vice-Presidential election must possess the qualifications prescribed for the Presidential candidate except that he must be :
A) a citizen of India
B) over 35 years of age
C) holding no office of profit under the Government
D) qualified to be a member of the Rajya Sabha

250) The Chief Election Commissioner can be removed from his office?
A) By the President
B) By the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court
C) On the basis of proved misbehaviour by 2/3rd majority of both Houses of Parliament
D) On the basis of a resolution of the Cabinet