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Free Test Series Constitution law Test No : 4

Q.1)Under Indian Constitution, in performance of his duties, Attorney General of India, shall have right of audience-

a)Only in Supreme Court b)Only in All High Courts c)In all courts of India d)Only in Supreme Court and tribunals established by Central Government

Q.2)The Supreme Court may make rules for regulating the practice and procedure of the court with the approval of-

a)Parliament b)President c)Government of India d)None of the above

Q.3)The power of Parliament to form new states or alteration of areas and boundaries is drawn from-

a)List I- Union list b)List III- Concurrent list c)The constitution other than Article 246 d)None of the above

Q.4)The pardoning power given to the President of India under Article 72 of the Constitution can be exercised-

a)Only after the trial and on the sentence of conviction b)During or after trial but never before trial c)At any time before, during or after the trial d)Either before or after the trial but never during the trial of case

Q.5)The power of the President of India to issue an ordinance is-

a)Executive power b)Legislative power c)Constituent power d)Quasi-judicial power

Q.6)Which one of the following proposition is correct description of the powers of the President of India under Article 356 of the Constitution?

a)If the Chief Minister inspite of commanding the confidence of the Legislative Assemble, cannot run his government in accordance with the Constitution, the President can proclaim emergency b)If the State Legislative Assembly fails to transact any business consecutively in two sessions c)The President can refer the matter to the Supreme Court for advice and act in accordance with such advice d)The President cannot make a proclamation of emergency if the governor refuses to make a report

Q.7)The Supreme Court does not have original jurisdiction re: a dispute between:

a)The Government of India and State or States b)The Government of India and one State on one side and one or more States on the other side c)Two states d)A citizen and a state

Q.8)President’s rule under Article 356 shall remain in force for the maximum period of-

a)Three months b)Six months c)One year d)Three years

Q.9)The President of India can declare emergency on the grounds of-

a)War or threat of war b)When constitutional machinery fails c)Financial instability d)All of the above

Q.10)Comptroller and Auditor General of India is appointed by-

a)President b)Prime Minister c)Chief justice of India d)Governor of state

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