Indian Polity MCQ-38

The Attorney General of India is a legal advisor to—

A. The President of India
B. The Prime Minister
C. Lok Sabha
D. Government of India

Who is called the Guardian of Public Purse ?

A. President
B. Comptroller and Auditor-General
C. Parliament
D. Council of Ministers

Comptroller and Auditor-General of India is a friend and guide of—

A. Select Committee
B. Estimate Committee
C. Prime Minister
D. Public Accounts Committee

Which non-member can participate in the business of either House of Parliament ?

A. The Vice President
B. The Solicitor General
C. The Attorney General
D. The Chief Justice of India

Consider the following statements about the Attorney-General of India :

1. He is appointed by the President of India.
2. He must have the same qualifications as are required for a judge of the Supreme Court.
3. He must be a member of either House of Parliament.
4. He can removed by impeachment by Parliament.

Which of these statements are correct ?

A. 1 and 2
B. 1 and 3
C. 2, 3 and 4
D. 3 and 4

Which one of the following duties is NOT performed by Comptroller and Auditor General of India ?

A. To audit and report on all expenditure from the Consolidated Fund of India
B. To audit and report on all expenditure from the Contingency Funds and Public Accounts
C. To audit and report on all trading, manufacturing, profit and loss accounts
D. To control the receipt and issue of public money, and to ensure that the public revenue is lodged in the exchequer

What can be the maximum interval between two Sessions of Parliament ?

A. 3 months
B. 4 months
C. 6 months
D. 9 months

How are legislative excesses of Parliament and State Assemblies checked ?

A. Intervention from President/Governor
B. No-Confidence motions
C. Judicial review
D. General elections

Which of the following non-member of Parliament has the right to address it ?

A. Attorney General of India
B. Solicitor General of India
C. Chief Justice of India
D. Chief Election Commissioner

In order to be recognised as an official Opposition Group in the Parliament, how many seats should it have ?

A. 1/3 rd of the total strength
B. 1 / 4th of the total strength
C. 1 / 6th of the total strength
D. 1 / 10th of the total strength

Which functionary can be invited to give his opinion in the Parliament ?

A. Attorney-General of India
B. Chief Justice of India
C. Chief Election Commissioner of India
D. Comptroller and Auditor-General of India

Age of a candidate to contest Parliamentary election should not be lesser than :

A. 18 years
B. 21 years
C. 25 years
D. 26 years

The most important feature of the Indian Parliament is that:

A. it is the Union Legislature in India
B. it also comprises of the President
C. it is bicameral in nature
D. the Upper House of the Parliament is never dissolved

Japan’s Parliament is known as—

A. Diet
B. Dail
C. Yuan
D. Shora

Who said, ‘Parliamentary system provides a daily as well as a periodic assessment of the Government’ ?

A. B. R. Ambedkar
B. B. N. Rau
C. Jawahar Lal Nehru
D. Rajendra Prasad

How many members of the Anglo-Indian Community can be nominated by the President of India to the .Parliament ?

A. 1
B. 2
C. 5
D. 8