Target SSC CGL 2016 -Polity Quiz Set 16

Dear SSC Aspirants, practice General awareness questions for upcoming CGL 2016 and Railway recruitment board exam of 18000 vacancies. We will provide you various types of Quizzes for CGL 2016.


Practice General awareness and Current Affairs questions for CGL 2016 and Railway Board Recruitment.

1. In which state the Sattanathan Commission recommended to introduce the creamy layer?
1. Karnataka
2. Tamil Nadu
3. Kerala
4. Andhra Pradesh

2. Which constitutional article defines protection of President and Governors—
1.  Article 362
2.  Article 363
3.  Article 368
4.  Article 361

3.  Once a Budget has been presented in the Parliament, the government has to get all money bills related to the union budget passed within __? 
1. 30 Days
2. 60 Days
3. 75 Days
4. 90 Days

4. The President of India can nominate ___members in Lok Sabha and __ members in Rajya Sabha. 
1. 12, 2
2. 2, 12
3. 2, 10
4. 10, 2

5. A member of a State Public Service Commission can be appointed and removed respectively by __:
1. Governor, Governor
2. Governor, President
3. President, Governor
4. President, President

6. Who among the following can dismiss Governor of a state from his office? 
1. State Legislative Assembly
2. Parliament
3. President
4. None of them

7. In Lok Sabha of India, the “Leader of the House” is nominated by ___:
1. President
2. Lok Sabha Speaker
3. Prime Minister
4. Deputy Speaker

8. Which of the following commissions was formed in 1983 to recommend the relationship and balance of power between state and central governments ? 
1. Kalelkar Commission
2. Sarkaria Commission
3. Narendran Commission
4. Mandal Commission

9. Which among the following was the first municipal corporation set up in India in the year 1687 ? 
1. Madras Municipal Corporation
2. Bombay Municipal Corporation
3. Delhi Municipal Corporation
4. None of the above

10. The Part VI of constitution of India is not applicable to __: 
1. Arunachal Pradesh
2. Jammu & Kashmir
3. Sikkim
4. Goa


Answers
1-2
2-4
3-3
4-2
5-2
6-3
7-3
8-2
9-1

10-2


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