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31. Which one of the following held the post of Vice-President for the shortest tenure or period ?

    A) Dr Zakir Hussain
    B) KR Narayanan
    C) Mohammad Hamid Ansari
    D) V V Giri

V V Giri held the post of Vice-President for the shortest tenure or period i.e for 2 years

32. Who is the Youngest Prime Minister of India ?

    A) Indira Gandhi
    B) Gulzari Lal Nanda
    C) Rajiv Gandhi
    D) Morarji Desai

Rajiv Gandhi is the Youngest Prime Minister of India. He became Prime Minister at the age of 40

33. What is the timing of Question hour ?

    A) 9 am – 10 am
    B) 10 am – 11 am
    C) 10 am – 12 pm
    D) 11 am – 12 pm

The first hour of every sitting in both houses i.e from 11 am to 12 pm is generally called as Question Hour. In this questions are asked by members and answered by ministers

34. Upon whose assent a Bill becomes an Act ?

    A) Prime Minister
    B) President
    C) Speaker of the Lok Sabha
    D) Chief Justice of India

On the assent of President a Bill becomes an Act

35. Who appoints the Judges of High Court ?

    A) Chief Justice of India(CJI)
    B) Prime Minister
    C) Law Minister
    D) President

The President appoints the Judges of High Court with consultation with CJI and Governor of concerned State. This power of President is mentioned under Article 217

36. Where was the first LOK ADALAT held in India ?

    A) Hyderabad
    B) Patna
    C) Chennai
    D) Asansol

The First LOK ADALAT was held in Chennai in 1986. The main purpose of it is to settle disputes through conciliation and compromise

37. By which Constitutional Amendment Act Delhi was given the sttus of National Capital Territory of India ?

    A) 52nd Amendment Act
    B) 57th Amendment Act
    C) 69th Amendment Act
    D) 82nd Amendment Act

By the 69th Constitutional Amendment Act, Delhi was given the status of National Capital Territory of India

38. Health comes under which type of List ?

    A) State List
    B) Union List
    C) Concurrent List
    D) None of these

Health comes under State List. State Legislatures have exclusive power to legislate on subjectss mentioned in the State List

39. When was Anti-Defection Law formed ?

    A) 1982
    B) 1985
    C) 2003
    D) 1991

The 52nd Amendment Act of 1985 provided for the disqualification of Members of Parliament and the State Legislatures on the ground of defection from one Political Party to another

40. What is the tenure of Comptroller and Auditor General of India(CAG) ?

    A) 4 Years
    B) 3 Years
    C) 6 Years
    D) 5 Years

The CAG of India is appointed by the President for 6 years or till 65 years of age whichever is earlier

41. In which year was the Railway Budget separated from the General Budget ?

    A) 2008
    B) 1985
    C) 1935
    D) 1921

The Government of India has two budgets, namely, the Railway Budget and the General Budget. The Railway Budget was separated from the General Budget in 1921, on the recommendations of the Acworth Committee

42. How many sessions, the Parliament generally do in a year ?

    A) 2
    B) 4
    C) 5
    D) 3

The Parliament generally meets in 3 sessions in a year i.e Budget session, Monsoon session, Winter session

43. The salary and allowances of the Prime Minister are determined by whom ?

    A) Parliament
    B) President
    C) Speaker of the Lok Sabha
    D) No one,as it is fixed for all

The salary and allowances of the Prime Minister are determined by the Parliament from time to time

44. Who is the Youngest President of India ?

    A) Dr Zakir Hussain
    B) Pranab Mukherjee
    C) Dr APJ Abdul Kalam
    D) N Sanjeeva Reddy

N Sanjeeva Reddy is the Youngest President of India. He become President at the age of 64 years

45. What should be the minimum age for contesting for the Lok Sabha Election ?

    A) 21
    B) 25
    C) 30
    D) 35

The minimum age for contesting for Lok Sabha election in 25 years




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