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Free Test Series Constitution law Test No : 6

Q.1)Which of the following Article provides that Supreme Court shall be a court of record?

a)Article 111 b)Article 118 c)Article 129 d)Article 215

Q.2)All authorities, civil and judicial, in the territory of India shall act in aid of the-

a)High court b)District court c)Supreme court d)Session court

Q.3)To whom the reports of the Comptroller and Auditor General of India are submitted?

a)President b)Governor c)Vice- President d)Chief Justice of India

Q.4)The governor shall hold the office-

a)During pleasure of President b)For a term of five years c)For six years d)Both (a) and (b)

Q.5)Whose decision will be considered final if any question arises whether any matter is or is not a matter as respects which the Governor is by or under this Constitution required to act in his discretion

a)Governor b)President c)Chief Justice of India d)Supreme Court

Q.6)Who shall appoint the Chief Minister?

a)President b)High court c)Supreme court d)Governor

Q.7)A money Bill shall not be introduced in-

a)Lok Sabha b)Legislative assembly c)Legislative council d)All of the above

Q.8)Who has the power to issue writs under Article 226 of the Constitution of India?

a)High court b)Supreme court c)President d)Both (a) and (b)

Q.9)Which of the following amendment provided that UT of Delhi would be called as National Capital of Delhi?

a)42nd amendment b)44th amendment c)66th amendment d)69th amendment

Q.10)Part IX A was introduced in the Constitution by-

a)73rd amendment act b)74th Amendment Act c)70th amendment Act d)77th Amendment Act

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