Indian Polity Quiz 28th Dec,2016

By: D.K Choudhary

Q.1      Judges of the Supreme Court and High Court can be removed by? (SSC 2005)

(1)        The President                                     (2)        Parliament

(3)        Union Council of Minister                 (4)        Chief Justice of the Supreme Court

Ans. (1)

Q.2      Where the High Courts in India first set up? (SSC 2005)

(1)        Delhi and Calcutta                             (2)        Bombay, Madras, Calcutta

(3)        Bombay, Delhi, Calcutta                   (4)        Madras, Calcutta

Ans. (2)

Q.3      What does the “Judicial Review” function of the Supreme Court mean? (SSC 2005)

(1)        Review its own Judge-ment                        

(2)        Review the functioning of judiciary in the country

(3)        Examine the constitutional validity of the laws    

(4)        Undertake periodic review of the constitution

Ans. (3)

Q.4      The basic Structure of our constitution was proclaimed by the Supreme Court in? (SSC 2005)

(1)        Keshvananda Bharati Case                           (2)        Golak Nath Case

(3)        Minerva Mills Case                                        (4)        Gopalan Case

Ans. (1)

Q.5      An appeal to the High Court lies in case the Session Court has awarded the punishment of? (SSC 2006)

(1)        One year or more                              (2)        Two year or more

(3)        Three year or more                           (4)        Four year or more

Ans. (4)

Q.6      The Supreme Court of India enjoys? (SSC 2008)

(1)        Original jurisdictions.                                                (2)        Advisory jurisdictions

(3)        Appellate and advisory jurisdictions                       (4)        Original appellate and advisory jurisdictions

Ans. (4)

Q.7      The Judge of the High Court hold office? (SSC 2008          )

(1)        During the pleasure of the Chief Justice of India.

(2)        Till they have attained 62 years of age.

(3)        Till they have attained 65 years of age.

(4)        As long as they desire.

Ans. (2)

Q.8      In which case did the Supreme Court restore the primacy of the Fundamental Rights over the directive principles of State Policy? (SSC 2010)

(1)        Golaknath Case                                  (2)        Keshvananda Bharti Case

(3)        Minerva Case                                     (4)        All the Above

Ans. (3)

Q.9      Which of the following is not the essential qualification for appointment as a Judge of the Supreme Court of India? (SSC 2010)

(1)        Should be citizen of India.               

(2)        Should be at least 35 years of age.

(3)        Should have practiced for at least 10 years as an advocate in one or more High Courts.

(4)        Should be an eminent Jurist.

Ans. (2)

Q.10    Judicial review in the Indian Constitution is based on? (SSC 2011)

(1)        Rule of law                                                     (2)        Due process of law

(3)        Procedure established by law                      (4)        Precedents and conventions

Ans. (3)

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