Banking Indian Polity Objective Questions SSC

Indian Polity Objective Questions

Here are some of the important Indian Polity Objective Questions for the Competitive Exams like SSC, IBPS, UPSC and other exams.

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1. The maximum strength of the Lok Sabha is –

(A) 500

(B) 525

(C) 542

(D) 552

View Answer/Explanation

Correct Answer is D

The maximum strength of Lok Sabha is 552.

The States are represented by 530 members and the Union Territories by 20 members. The President nominates two Anglo Indian members if that community does not have sufficient representation in the house.

The present strength of Lok Sabha is 545. There are 530 members from states 13 members from Union Territories and two members are nominated by the President

2. The President of India can nominate to the Rajya Sabha –

(A) 6 members

(B) 9 members

(C) 12 members

(D) 15 members

View Answer/Explanation

Correct Answer is C

3. The most controversial amendment passed during the emergency was –

(A) 43rd

(B) 41st

(C) 42nd

(D) 44th

View Answer/Explanation

Correct Answer is C

4. According to the Preamble of the Constitution, India is a –

(A) Sovereign democratic socialist republic

(B) Sovereign socialist secular republic

(C) Sovereign democratic republic

(D) Sovereign socialist secular democratic republic

View Answer/Explanation

Correct Answer is D

5. Who will decide the office of profit ?

(A) President and Governor #

(B) Union Parliament

(C) Supreme Court

(D) Union Public Service Commission

View Answer/Explanation

Correct Answer is A

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