Sunday, February 24, 2019

WBCS Polity and Constitution MCQs Prelims and Mains

WBCS Prelims MCQs Polity - History, Features, Preamble P2


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6. The Constitution of India established a Parliamentary system of Government following the pattern of
(A) Canada
(B) Sweden
(C) France
(D) Britain.

Correct Answer: [D] Britain..
Explanation: Indian government is a parliamentary form of government and not a Presidential form of government. The Council of the ministers is collectively responsible to Lok-Sabha as per the article 75(3). Although the supreme lawmaking authority is vested with the Constitution. So, the legislature of the country makes laws following the provisions of the Constitution.
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7. The Constitution of India is
(A) Flexible
(B) Very rigid
(C) Rigid
(D) Partly rigid, partly flexible.

Correct Answer: [D] Partly rigid, partly flexible..
Explanation: There are a few provision in the constitution which can be amended with a simple majority of both house, there are also a few provisions which needs a special majority and in some case, it needs to be attained ratification of half of the state legislature when the provision is related to federal structure of nation. There are some provisions which cannot amend, those are called the basic feature of the constitution. So, we can say that the Indian Constitution is partly flexible and partly rigid.
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8. The system of Indian democracy is
(A) Presidential form of Government
(B) Multi-party and Parliamentary in nature
(C) By-party and Parliamentary in nature
(D) None of the above.

Correct Answer: [B] Multi-party and Parliamentary in nature.
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9. How many members were initially in the Constituent Assembly of India?
(A) 389
(B) 310
(C) 300
(D) 304.

Correct Answer: [A] 389.
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10. The Preamble to the Constitution declares India as
(A) a Sovereign, Socialist, Secular, Democratic, Republic
(B) a Federal, Democratic, Republic
(C) a Sovereign, Democratic, Republic
(D) a Socialist, Democratic, Republic.

Correct Answer: [A] a Sovereign, Socialist, Secular, Democratic, Republic.
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