GK Quiz on the Members of Parliament & National Commission for O.B.C.

03-FEB-2016 18:07

    Dear Students Jagran Josh is presenting you a set of 10 MCQs based on GK Quiz on Qualification and disqualification of the members of the Parliament & National Commission for O.B.C. 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. National Commission for Other Backward Class came into effect from:

    (a) 1993

    (b) 1995

    (c) 1992

    (d) 2003

    2. Which article of Indian constitution gives the power to the government to make special provisions for the development of SC/ST/OBC against the article 15?

    (a)  Article 19

    (b) Article 29

    (c) Article 25

    (d) None of these

    3. Who is the current Chairman of the National Commission for Other Backward Class?

    (a) Najma Hiptulla

    (b) P.L.Punia

    (c) Justice Swatanter Kumar

    (d) Justice V. Eswaraiah.

    4. How many members are in the National Commission for Other Backward Class?

    (a) 4

    (b) 6

    (c) 3

    (d) 8

    5. What is the current limit of creamy layer (for OBC)in India to decide the benefits of the reservation?

    (a) 4.5 lac /Annum

    (b) 6 lac /Annum

    (c) 8 lac /Annum

    (d) None of these

    6. To become a member of Lok Sabha, What should be the minimum age of the candidate?

    (a)  30 years

    (b) 25 years

    (c) 35 years

    (d) 18 years

    7. What is the minimum age to be the member of the Rajya Sabha?

    (a)  30 years

    (b) 35 years

    (c) 25 years

    (d) 36 years

    8. Under which condition, a member of parliament can lose his/her membership?

    (a) If he/she holds an office of profit under the Union of a State Government.

    (b) If he is declared to be of unsound mind by a court.

    (c) If he is a bankrupt.

    (d) All of the above

    9. Which one of the following is NOT true?

    (a) Additional criteria for disqualification may be provided by laws passed by the Parliament.

    (b) A person cannot remain simultaneously a member of both the Houses of the Parliament or a member of either House of the Parliament and a member of a state legislature.

    (c) Whether any disqualification has been incurred by a citizen is settled by the President in consultation with the election commission.

    (d) Continuous absence from the Parliament for 70 days or more without permission, may lead to expulsion of the member from the concerned House.

    10. Which article lays down the qualifications for membership of the two Houses of Parliament?

    (a) Article 101

    (b) Article 83

    (c) Article 72

    (d) Article 65























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