Lakshya Education MCQs

Question: After a bill is passed by the Parliament it is sent to the President
for his assent, who can return it for reconsideration to the Lok Sabha. But
if the bill is repassed by the Parliament and sent to the President for his
assent he
Options:
A.Has to sign it
B.Can send the bill to the Parliament for reconsideration for the second time
C.Can submit the same to the people for referendum
D.Can get it nullified through the Supreme Court
Answer: Option A
: A

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Question 1. With regard to the re-election of the vice-President
  1.    The constitution is absolutely silent
  2.    The constitution places a clear ban
  3.    The constitution permits re-election only once
  4.    The constitution permits re-election for a maximum of two terms
Answer: Option A
: A

Question 2. To which of the following bills must the
President accord his sanction without sending it back for reconsideration?
  1.    Money bills
  2.    Ordinary bills
  3.    Bills seeking amendment to the constitution
  4.    Bills passed by both the houses of Parliament
Answer: Option A
: A

Question 3. Consider the following statements with regard to the vice-President
of India.
1       
The vice-President is the ex-officio
chairman of the Rajya Sabha.
2       
The vice-President discharges the
duties of the President in case his office falls vacant due to death.
3       
In the event of the death of the
President, the vice-President assumes the responsibilities of the office of
the President for the unexpired term.
4       
In the event of the death of the
President the vice-President acts as President for a maximum period of six
months.
Of these statements
  1.    1, 2 and 3 are correct
  2.    2 and 3 are correct
  3.    1, and 4 are correct
  4.    1, 2, and 4 are correct
Answer: Option D
: D

Question 4. The vice-President is the ex-officio chairman of
  1.    The Rajya Sabha
  2.    The national development council
  3.    The Planning Commission
  4.    None of the above
Answer: Option A
: A

Question 5. Two statements, one labelled the assertion 'a' and the other
labelled the reason 'r', are given below. Examine these statements carefully
and decide if the assertion 'a' and the reason 'r' are individually true and
if so, whether the reason is a correct explanation of the assertion.
Assertion: equality before law is not applicable to the President of
India.
Reason (r): the President of India enjoys
special privileges under the constitution of India. Select the answer from
the codes given below
  1.    Both a and r are true and r is the correct explanation of a
  2.    Both a and r are true but r is not the correct explanation of a
  3.    A is true but r is false
  4.    A is false but r is true
Answer: Option D
: D

Question 6. The Council of Ministers is collectively responsible to
  1.    The President of India
  2.    The Lok Sabha
  3.    The Prime Minister
  4.    The Rajya Sabha
Answer: Option B
: B


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