Solve these 10 mock questions on Parliament of India. All the questions are framed from Indian Polity book by M Laxmikant and can be solved easily if you have read the book religiously. These questions are framed keeping in mind the type of questions asked in UPSC CSAT previously.
1) Adjournment of Parliament is done is by presiding officer of the house.
2) Prorogation only terminates a sitting and not a session of the house.
3) All bills lapse on prorogation of parliament and fresh notices have to be given for the next session.
4) Prorogation of parliament is done by the president of India.
1) The president nominates 12 members of Lok Sabha from amongst person having special knowledge or practical experience in art, literature & science, AND 2 members to Rajya Sabha from Anglo Indian Community.
2) Joint sitting of the parliament is presided over by the president.
3) President can appoint any members of the Lok Sabha to preside over its proceedings when the offices of both the speaker & deputy speaker is vacant.
4) President can return the money bill for reconsideration of the parliament.
1) By giving 14 days notice to the president.
2) Impeachment resolution is passed by a majority of one-third of the total membership of the house.
3) The elected members of the legislative assemblies of states and Union territories of Delhi & Punducherry can participate in the impeachment.
4) The nominated members of the either house of parliament cannot participate in the impeachment.
1) A Money bill can be introduced only in Lok Sabha.
2) A Money bill is also a Financial Bill.
3) All Financial bills can be introduced only on the recommendation of the President.
1) A Bill passed by lok sabha and pending in Rajya Sabha lapses.
2) A Bill Pending in Rajya Sabha and not passed in Lok Sabha does not lapse.
3) A bill passed in Rajya Sabha and pending in Lok Sabha lapses.
4) A bill passed by both the house but returned by the president for reconsideration of houses does not lapse.
1) Emoluments and allowances of President & Vice President.
2) Salaries, allowances and pensions of the Judges of the Supreme Court & high court.
1) If a candidate is to contest a seat reserved for SC / ST, he must be a member of a SC / ST in any state or Union Territory.
2) He/she must not have been punished for preaching and practicing social crimes such as untouchability, dowry & sati.
3) He/she must not have any interest in government contracts, works or services.
1) Deputy Ministers.
2) Parliamentary Secretaries.
3) Deputy Chairman – Planning Commission.