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Sarat Chandra IAS 24th March Quiz

Welcome to your Sarat Chandra IAS 24th March Quiz

Q1) Which among the following motions is a motion that, by itself, has no meaning and cannot state the decision of the House without reference to the original motion or proceedings of the House?

Q2) What happens when an ordinary bill that was originated in the legislative council is sent to the legislative Assembly and rejected by the Assembly?

Q3) Speaker of the Lok Sabha is the final interpreter of the provisions of –

  1. Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business of Lok Sabha
  2. Constitution of India within the House
  3. Parliamentary precedents within the House.

Choose the correct answer:

Q4) Consider the below statements:

  1. The Council of India Act, 1919 for the first time introduced bicameral legislature each with an elected majority in India.
  2. The Parliament of India was adopted when the Indian Constitution was promulgated in 1950.
Which of the statement given above is/are correct?

Q5) Consider the below statements with regard to Committees of Parliament:

  1. Standing committees are permanent and are constituted by the Speaker of Lok Sabha only.
  2. Cabinet Committees are extra-constitutional in nature and are nowhere mentioned in the Constitution.

Which of the statement given above is/are correct?

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