GS Class 6 To

Indian Polity:

The trend of questions on Indian Polity has varied from 3% to 10% with an average of 7%. The questions are basically related to Indian constitution including its various amendments, the functioning of Central Government, State Government, district authority, local bodies, Panchayati Raj, judiciary and such other constitutional agencies.

In recent years the topics like Election commission, especially in the wake of controversy created by the CEC Mr. N. Gopalaswamy recommending the removal of the Election Commissioner Mr. Navin Chawla and the subsequent debate whether CEC is empowered to do so or not and the role of judiciary vis-a-vis executive keeping in view the increasing trend of judicial activism, the latest being Supreme court ordering the Mayawati Government of UP to stop the work on the memorial park in Noida so as not to waste the taxpayer's money.
The following questions from past years will give you a brief idea about the questions:

President of India is elected by?
What was the reason for introducing "Pre natal diagnostic bill" in the parliament?
Which article of the constitution gurantees the freedom of the press?
To which fund, the salaries and allowances of the judges of the High courts are charged to?
Under what circumstances the term of Lok Sabha can be extended?
The consultative committee of Members of Parliament for Railway is zones is constituted by?
Which authority recommends the principles governing the grant-in-aid of the revenues to the states out of the consolidated fund of India?
Which article of the directive principles of state policy deals with the promotion of International peace and security?
Which right was described by Dr. B.R. Ambedkar as the heart and soul of the constitution?
Which constitutional amendment empowers the President to send back any matter for reconsideration by the Council of Ministers?
In the Indian constitution, the right to equality is granted by 5 articles. What are they?
If a new state of the Indian Union is to be created, which schedule of the constitution must be amended?
Which article of the constitution provides that it shall be the endeavour of every state to provide adequate facility for instruction in the mother tongue at the primary stage of education?
The state which has the largest number of seats reserved for the scheduled tribes in the Lok Sabha is?
The speaker can ask a member of the House to stop speaking and let another member speak. This phenomenon is known as?
The 73rd constitutional amendment Act 1992 refers to the?
Which schedule of the constitution of India contains provisions regarding anti defection act?
Panchayati Raj was first introduced in India in october 1959 in which state?
Are the directive principles enforceable in the courts?
What is article 78 related to?

Subjects Covered:

General Science! Indian History! INM! Geography! Economics! Indian Polity! Intelligence! Current Affairs! Miscellaneous!

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