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Rajasthan Polity GK Questions

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Rajasthan Polity GK Questions and Answers

Q :  

Which of the following is not a right of the Governor?

(A) Appointment of Chief Minister

(B) Appointments of other ministers on the advice of the Chief Minister

(C) To pardon the punishment of any convicted person within the limits of the executive power of the State

(D) Appointment of High Court Judges

Correct Answer : D
Explanation :

The Governor does not have emergency powers like the President. Article 161 empowers Governors to grant pardon, etc., and to suspend, remit or commute sentence in certain cases.

Q :  

Democratic decentralization was suggested by ?

(A) Jayaprakash Narayan

(B) Balwant Rai Mehta

(C) Pandit Naharu

(D) Vinoba Bhave

Correct Answer : B
Explanation :

The Chairman of this committee was Balwantrai G Mehta. The committee submitted its report on 24 November 1957 and recommended the establishment of the scheme of 'democratic decentralisation' which finally came to be known as Panchayati Raj.

Q :  

In any of the following Constitution (Amendment) Acts, a provision has been made to make the same person the Governor of two or more states.

(A) in the Fourth Amendment

(B) in the Seventh Amendment

(C) in the Eleventh Amendment

(D) Twenty-fourth amendment

Correct Answer : B
Explanation :

7th Constitutional Amendment Act of 1956 promoted the appointment of the same person as a governor for two or more states. It is related to the reorganisation of states. 7th Constitutional Amendment also provided for the appointment of additional and acting judges of the high court.

Q :  

Article 154 states that the Governor can exercise his executive powers directly or through officers subordinate to him. Here who is included in the “subordinate” word.

(A) All ministers and chief ministers

(B) All ministers except the Chief Minister

(C) Chief Minister and Deputy Chief Minister only

(D) only cabinet ministers

Correct Answer : A
Explanation :

The correct answer is Article 154. The executive power of the State shall be vested in the Governor and shall be exercised by him either directly or through officers subordinate to him in accordance with the Constitution of India (Article 154).

Q :  

Article 156 of the Constitution provides that the Governor shall hold office for a term of five years from the date on which he enters upon his office. Which of the following conclusions can be drawn from this.
(1) A Governor cannot be removed from office before the completion of his term.
(2) A Governor cannot continue in office after a period of five years.
Select the correct answer from the codes given below

(A) only 1

(B) 2 only

(C) 1 and 2 (both)

(D) not both

Correct Answer : D
Explanation :

The governor holds for a term of 5 years from the date on which he joins his office, subject to the foregoing provision. A governor continues to hold his office until his successor joins the office, even after his expiration of his term. Therefore the correct answer is D.

Q :  

Who appoints the Governor?

(A) President

(B) Prime Minister

(C) Chief Minister

(D) none of these

Correct Answer : A
Explanation :

The Governor of a State is appointed by the President for a term of five years and holds office during his pleasure. Only Indian citizens above 35 years of age are eligible for appointment to this office. Executive power of the State is vested in Governor.

Q :  

Who constitutes the State Council of Ministers?

(A) Lok Sabha

(B) President

(C) Governor

(D) Chief Minister

Correct Answer : C
Explanation :

State Council of Ministers is similar to Central Council of Ministers. The state council is headed by the Chief Minister. The council comprises ministers appointed by the governor on the recommendation of the CM.

Q :  

According to Article 213 of the Constitution, the Governor has the power to issue ordinances.

(A) discretionary

(B) Executive

(C) This power is exercised in consultation with the cabinet

(D) in consultation with the Central Government

Correct Answer : C
Explanation :

The Governor of a state can also issue ordinances under Article 213 of the Constitution of India, when the state legislative assembly is not in session. If the two Houses start their sessions on different dates, the later date is considered (Articles 123 and 213).

Q :  

Which Article of the Indian Constitution provides, "There shall be a Governor for every State?

(A) Article 154

(B) Article 155

(C) Article 153

(D) Article 184

Correct Answer : C
Explanation :

Article 151. Audit reports : (2) The reports of the Comptroller and Auditor-General of India relating to the accounts of a State shall be submitted to the Governor of the State, who shall cause them to be laid before the Legislature of the State. Article 153. The Governor : There shall be a Governor for each State.

Q :  

The election of Gram Panchayat is dependent on the?

(A) On the collector

(B) On the Election Commission

(C) On State Government

(D) On the divisional level

Correct Answer : C
Explanation :

Gram Panchayat elections in India occur every five years. The village is divided into wards, and people in each ward vote for their representative. These elected members, along with the president (sarpanch) and vice president, form the Gram Panchayat.

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