Indian Polity & Economy MCQ - Multiple Choice Question and Answer

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Question No : 36
Where is the permanent head quarter of International Court of Justice

The Hague

Question No : 37
The Indian, who was elected as the President of the General Assembly at its eighth sesssion was

Krishna Mohan
Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru
Mrs. Vijai Lakshmi Pandit
Sardar Swaran Singh

Question No : 38
Which one of the following is the essential function of the General Assembly

To discuss the problems facing the world
Took prepare the whole budget for U.N.O. and to find out the ways and means to meet the expenses therein
To prepare and improve the International Laws
All the above

Question No : 39
Of the following, which country is not the permanent member of the Security Council


Question No : 40
Aristotle, the father or Political Science, believed that the State continues to exist for the sake of good life. His belief is right because

The state alone can provide opportunities for the proper development of the individual's faculties
State has the power to regulate and control
State is what is made by the people
State is the result of a contract

Question No : 41
The Government of the Union of India is parliamentary in character. One of the characteristics of a parliamentary system of Government is

The Ministry is collectively responsible to both Houses of Parliament
The Ministry is not responsible to the parliament
The Ministry is responsible to the Head of the State
The Ministry is collectively responsible to the Lok Sabha

Question No : 42
Judiciary is one of three branches of modern governments. In some governments the principle of judicial supremacy is recognised in theory as well as in practice. It is because

The judges possess knowledge the laws
The judges can help in making the laws
There is no need to protect the rights of the citizens
The judiciary is impartial and superior to other branches of the government as it interprets the constitution