Constitutional and Non-Constitutional Bodies - Indian polity quiz 2

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Constitutional and Non-Constitutional Bodies - Indian polity Online Quiz 2

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Assertion (A) The CAG is an Independent Constitutional Authority.Reason (R) The CAG is the watchdog of the Public Finance.

Assertion (A) An imminent danger of war or external aggression is not enough for the proclamation of emergency.Reason (R) The proclamation of emergency shall cease to operate at the expiration of one month unless approved by both the Houses of Parliament.

Assertion (A) The Finance Commission facilitates the maintenance of financial balance between the Union and the States in the Indian Federal System.Reason (R)  The Constitution of India has given more financial powers to the Union Government.

Assertion (A) The Election Commission is Constitutionally committed to conduct free and fair polls in India.Reason (R) The Election Commission is also responsible to determine the disqualification on the grounds as prescribed in the 10th Schedule.

Assertion (A) The term federation has nowhere been used in the Indian Constitution.Reason (R) Article 1 of the Constitution describes India as a Union of states.

Assertion (A) Educated unemployment increases with high rate of economic growth.Reason (R) It happens only when there is lack of professional eduacation

Assertion (A) The Government of India Act, 1935 and the Constitution of India are both lengthy documents.Reason (R) The Government of India Act, 1935 was taken as a model and substantially incorporated in the constitution of India.

Assertion (A) The Government of India Act, 1919 was passed by the British parliament to introduce Diarchy in the provincial government.Reason (R) The Montague-Chelmsford Reforms Committee has recommended the introduction of Dyarchy in the provincial government.

Assertion (A) Indian Constitution is quasi-federal.Reason (R) Indian Constitution is neither federal nor unitary.

Assertion (A) The Constitution of India is bulky.Reason (R) Constitution is common for both the centre and the states and seeks to protect the interests of diverse population of the country.

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