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General Knowledge (GK) Quiz: Indian Parliament Question and Answers

Sep 6, 2016 17:17 IST
GK Quiz:  Indian Parliament
GK Quiz: Indian Parliament

General Knowledge (GK) Quiz:  Indian Parliament Question and Answers consist of 10 set of questions which are created while keeping in mind the relevance of the subject and its importance for an examination point of view. These questions help the aspirant in the preparation of examinations like UPSC-Prelims, CDS, NDA, State-PSC, SSC, Railways etc. It will concretise the reading experience of aspirants who are aspiring for cracking different competitive exams.

1. The Council of States in India is generally known as:

A. Lok Sabha

B  Rajya Sabha

C. Parliament

D. Adhoc Committee

Ans: B

2. The Lok Sabha is also known as:

A. Council of States

B. The Upper House

C. The House of the People

D. Parliament

Ans: C

GK Questions & Answers on Indian Polity & Governance Set 1

3. The maximum strength (number of members) of the Rajya Sabha :

A. 220

B. 235

C. 238

D. 250

Ans: D

4. In the Rajya Sabha & Lok Sabha, the President can nominate how many members respectively?

A. 6, 3

B. 8, 2

C. 10, 3

D. 12, 2

Ans. D

GK Questions & Answers on Indian Polity & Governance Set 2

5. Who is the ex-officio Chairman of Rajya Sabha ?

A. President of India

B. Vice President of India

C. Prime Minister of India

D. Chosen from the members of the Rajya Sabha

Ans: B

6. What is the tenure of the elected members of Rajya Sabha?

A. 2 years

B. 4 Years

C. 6 Years

D. 8 Years

Ans: C

GK Questions & Answers on Indian Polity & Governance Set 3

7. Which Article is related to the Money Bill and where it can be introduced?

A. Article 110, Rajya Sabha

B. Article 110, Lok Sabha

C. Article 121, Rajya Sabha

D. Article 121, Lok Sabha

Ans: B

8. Which of the following is not an eligibility criteria to become a member of Lok Sabha?

A. Age 25 years or over

B. Mentally sound

C. Candidate should not hold office of profit.

D. Must be from Arts field.

Ans: D

GK Questions & Answers on Indian Polity & Governance Set 4

9. What is the maximum strength (number of members) of the Lok Sabha envisaged by the Constitution?

A. 530

B. 540

C. 550

D. 552

Ans. D

10. The Presiding Chairman of the Lok Sabha is:

A. President

B. Elected from Rajya Sabha members

C. Elected from the Lok Sabha members

D. None of the above

Ans: C

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5 th answer is wrong. Article 80 of the Constitution lays down the maximum strength of Rajya Sabha as 250, out of which 12 members are nominated by the President and 238 are representatives of the States and of the two Union Territories .

Pawan ,

Very important for us. I like it.


these are average questions . i want more typical question.


these are slow question.


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how come the rajya sabha elections is 6 years23.57.69.23, for every 2 years 1/3rd of its members retire. so elections would be for every 2 years.


5th answer is wrong it is 250

Bishal Jain,

good ,, but i need lot more than this...because i prepare for paliament quiz competition............for that this not enough....


very good

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