Study Material for SSC CGL, CHSL, MTS, Prasar Bharti, FCI Exams : Indian Polity (MCQ)

Indian Polity (MCQ )

1. The President can make a proclamation of emergency in the state of J & K
(a) with prior consent of the parliament
(b) with the concurrence of the CJ of India
(c) with the concurrence of the state legislature
(d) with the concurrence of the state governor.

2. The Parliament can make laws with respect to J&K
(a) only in subjects in the union list
(b) only on subjects in the concurrent list
(c) only regard to subjects in the union as well as concurrent list
(d) on subjects included in all three lists.

3. The special status of the State of Jammu and Kashmir
(a) does not prevent the Union Government from making changes in the name and boundaries of the State
(b) does not prevent the President from exercising his right to suspend the constitutional machinery of the State on the ground that the State Government has failed to carry out directions of the Union Government
(c) does not prevent the Union Government from making any international agreement affecting the State without taking the consent of the State Legislature
(d) prevents the Union Government from making any alteration in the name and boundaries of the state

4. The Lt. Governor of a Union Territory
(a) can issue an ordinance only after obtaining instruction from the President
(b) can issue ordinances on the recommendation of Legislative Assembly, if any
(c) can issue ordinances of his own discretion
(d) cannot issue any ordiance

5. For the protection and promotion of the interests of the backward classes (scheduled castes and scheduled tribes-seats have been reserved for them:
(a) in public services
(b) in the defence services
(c) in none of the above
(d) in public services as well as Legislatures

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