Q.1 The presidential government operates on the principle of?
(A) Division of powers between centre and state
(B) Centralization of powers
(C) Balance of powers
(D) Separation of powers
Q.2 Which of the following countries have an unwritten constitution?
(A) USA (B) UK
(C) India (D) Pakistan
Q.3 The unitary system of government possesses which of the following advantages?
(A) Grater adaptability (B) Strong state
(C) Greater participation by the people (D) Lesser chances of authoritarianism
Q.4 Which of the following countries enjoys a federal form of government?
(A) China (B) USA
(C) Cuba (D) Belgium
Q.5 The English crown is an example of?
(A) Real executive
(B) Quasi-real executive
(C) Nominal executive
(D) Nominated executive
Q.6 The declaration that democracy is a government ‘of the people, by the people, for the people ‘was made by?
(A) Abraham Lincoln
(B) George Washington
(C) Theodore Roosevelt
(D) Winston Churchill
Q.7 At which of its session, did the congress officially accept the ‘socialistic pattern of Society?
(A) Bombay session of 1953 (B) Avadi session of 1955
(C) Calcutta session of 1957 (D) Nagpur session of 1959
Q.8 In Indian polity which one is Supreme?
(A) The Supreme Courts
(B) The Constitution
(C) The Parliament
Q.9 In Indian polity, The Executive is subordinate to the –?
(C) Election commission
(D) U P S C
Q.10 Which of the following official documents is related with India?
(A) White Paper
(B) Green Paper
(C) Yellow Book
(D) Blue Book
Q.11 Which one of the following is a basic feature of the Presidential Government?
(A) Rigid constitution (B) Single Executive
(C) Supremacy of the Legislature (D) Residual powers of the state
Q.12 Where was the concept of written constitution, first born?
(A) France (B) USA
(C) Britain (D) Switzerland
Q.13 Where was the first parliamentary form of government formed?
Q.14 Who called Indian federalism as the co-operative federalism? (C PCS Pre 2008)
(A) G. Austin
(B) K. C. Where
(C) Sir Ivory Jennings
(D) D.D. Basu
Q.15 The constitution of India is?
(C) Very Rigid
(D) Partly Rigid, Partly Flexible