Political Science General Knowledge Questions and Answers – Section 2

Q1. The first general elections of Lok Sabha were held in the year
A. 1947
B. 1951
C. 1952
D. 1957

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Q2. the most essential function of state is to make
A. Labour-laws
B. Marriage-laws
C. Laws for the protection of the peace and the property
D. Laws for health and education

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Q3. Which of the following is not the organ of a government?
A. Executive
B. Judiciary
C. Legislature
D. Political Parties

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Q4. Which of the following is not included in the executive wing of the government?
A. The Prime Minister
B. The President
C. The Ministers
D. The Judges of the Courts

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Q5. Which one of the following articles in the constitution of India is related to the amendment of the constitution?
A. Article 258
B. Article 363
C. Article263
D. Article 368

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Q6. In a parliamentary type of the government, the ministry is responsible to
A. The Upper House only
B. The Lower House only
C. Both Upper and Lower Houses
D. The President

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Q7. The constitution (79th Amendment) Act 1999 related to
A. Extension of reservation of seats for SC/STs in Lok Sabha and State Vidhan Sabha till January 25, 2010
B. The grant of 33% reservation of feasts in India legislatures including Parliament to woman
C. Clearing the way for reservation in promotion to union and state services to the candidates of scheduled castes and scheduled tribes
D. Grant of statehood to union territory of Pondicherry

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Q8. Indian Constitution was prepared in
A. 2 years and 11 months
B. 2 years and 18 months
C. 2 years and 18 days
D. 2 years and 11 months and 18 days

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Q9. Some articles of the Constitution of India were enforced even before 26th January, 1950, when they enforced?
A. December 24, 1949
B. October 26, 1950
C. November 26, 1949
D. December 26, 1949

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Q10. Ultimate object of a political party is
A. To contest election
B. To expose the weakness of rival political parties
C. To form and run their own government according their own policies
D. To increase their strength or membership

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