SOLUTIONS – MCQs POLITY NCERT CLASS 11

SOLUTIONS – MCQs POLITY NCERT CLASS 11

QuesSolExplanation
1c
2a284 members were actually present on 26 November 1949 and appended their signature to the Constitution as finally passed.
3dBoth are correct
4aInstitution of speaker & its role – British
5aState shall confer no title on a person except those who excel themselves in military or academic field.
6c
7bAll minorities, religious or linguistic, can set up their own educational institutions.
8c
9bThe winning candidate need not secure a majority of the votes polled.
10c
11c
12bThe Election Commission of India can either be a single member or a multi-member body.
13cCountries with such a system include France, Russia, Sri Lanka, etc.
14a
15cIt also provided representation to persons coming from different fields like literature, science, art and social service.
16c
17c
18bWhen a non-minister proposes a bill, it is called private member’s Bill.
19aThe presiding officer of the legislature has the final powers in deciding matters of breach of privilege.
20c
21dAs far as the appointment of the Chief Justice of India (CJI) is concerned, over the years, a convention had developed whereby the senior-most judge of the Supreme Court was appointed as the Chief Justice of India. This convention was however broken twice. In 1973 A. N. Ray was appointed as CJI superseding three senior Judges. Again, Justice M.H. Beg was appointed superseding Justice H.R. Khanna (1975).So far, only one case of removal of a judge of the Supreme Court came up for consideration before the Parliament. In that case, though the motion got two-thirds majority, it did not have the support of the majority of the total strength of the House and therefore, the judge was not removed.
22c
23d
24aThe term judicial review is nowhere mentioned in the Constitution.
25c
26c
27c
28c
29bPresident has no powers to send it back for reconsideration.
30c

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