GK Quiz on Citizenship of India & Chief Minister of State

09-FEB-2016 15:13

    Dear Students Jagran Josh is presenting you a set of 10 MCQs based on GK Quiz on Citizenship of India & Chief Minister of State. Our team is providing you topic wise questions so that you can have the full idea of all the probable questions on a particular topic.

    1. The powers and functions of the Chief Minister of the state are analogous to:

    (a) President

    (b) Prime Minister

    (c) Governor

    (d) Vice-President

    2. Which among the following statements concerning the Chief Minister is/are NOT true?

    1. At his time of appointment, the Chief Minister need not be a member of the state legislature

    2. Chief Minister must ALWAYS prove his majority in the legislative assembly BEFORE his appointment.

    3. It is the governor who does the final appointment of the Chief Minister.

    4. The Chief Minister can recommend the dissolution of the legislative assemble to the Governor.

    (a) Only 1

    (b) Only 2 and 4

    (c) Only 2

    (d) Only 2 and 3

    3. Chief Minister of a state gives his resignation to the...........

    (a). Deputy Chief Minister of the state

    (b)  Governor of the state

    (c) Chief justice of the High Court

    (d) President of India

    4.  Who is the head of the states councils of ministers?

    (a) Governor of the state

    (b)President of India

    (c) Chief Minister of the state

    (d) Speaker of the state legislative Assembly

    5. A person is entitled to Indian citizenship if ........

    (a) A person is domiciled India

    (b) Born in India

    (c) A refugee who has migrated to India from Pakistan

    (d) All the above

    6. Indian constitution taken the concept of single citizenship from .......

    (a). USA

    (b) UK

    (c) Australia

    (d) Japan

    7. Indian citizenship can be acquired.........

    (a) By descent

    (b) By naturalization

    (c) By registration

    (d) All of these

    8. Which of the following is not a condition to become a citizen of India?

    (a) Descent

    (b) Birth

    (c) Naturalization

    (d) Acquired property

    9. Article 5 to 11 part II of Indian constitution deals with......

    (a) Citizenship

    (b) Fundamental duties

    (c) Fundamental rights

    (d) Directive principles of state policy

    10. Who appoints the Advocate General of states?

    (a) Governor of state

    (b) Chief Minister of state

    (c) Chief justice of the high court

    (d) President of India























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