Current Questions

Constitutional Bodies In India :

Tribunal

Consider the following statements:

  1. Part XIV-A of the Constitution provides for the Tribunals.
  2. The Administrative Tribunals Act in 1985 enacted by the Parliament authorises the Central Government to establish Central Administrative Tribunal and the State Administrative Tribunals.

Which of the statement(s) given above is/are correct?


Election Commission Of India

ECI is entrusted with conducting elections for?

  1. State Assemblies
  2. Panchayat Elections
  3. Office of Speaker
  4. Office of Vice President

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Election Commission Of India

Consider the following statements vis-à-vis the Election Commission of India (ECI):

  1. Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) and other Election Commissioners can be removed by the process of impeachment as that of a Supreme Court Judge.
  2. If difference of opinion arises amongst the CEC and two other Election Commissioners, CEC will have the Veto Power.
  3. The decisions of Election Commission can only be challenged in the Supreme Court of India.

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Election Commission Of India

Consider the following statements about the Election Commission of India (ECI):

  1. Expenditure of ECI is charged upon the Consolidated Fund of India.
  2. Article 324 of Indian Constitution has clearly defined the qualification for appointment as Chief Election Commissioner (CEC).
  3. CEC is placed in a distinctly higher position compared to other Election Commissioners.

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Election Commission Of India

. Consider the following statements vis-à-vis Election Commission of India (ECI):

  1. CEC holds the office during pleasure of the President.
  2. Condition of office and tenure of office for the Election Commissioner is provided under Article 324 of Indian Constitution.

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Model Code Of Conduct

Consider the following statements regarding the Moral Code of Conduct (MCC):

1. MCC is a voluntary document to which only national political parties adhere to.

2. Ministers or other Government officials can’t announce financial grants in any form till MCC is in place.

Which of the above statements are incorrect?


Model Code Of Conduct

Consider the following statements about the Model Code of conduct (MCC):

  1. MCC has a ‘statutory’ backing under Representation of People Act 1951.
  2. The sets of norms have evolved with the consultation of political parties.
  3. It comes into effect from the polling day and ends after the declaration of result.

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Model Code Of Conduct

Consider the following statements vis-à-vis Model Code of Conduct (MCC):

  1. MCC is not applicable to a ‘caretaker government’ on premature dissolution of State Assembly.
  2. No payments can be made from discretionary funds during the period when MCC is in force.

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GST Council

Consider the following statements vis-a-vis ‘GST Council’:

  1. GST Council is a statutory body dealing with deciding the taxes and their rates.
  2. States will have 1/3rd voting rights and Centre will have (2/3rd)
  3. Any decisions of the GST Council are taken by more than 50% of the votes cast.

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