Judiciary MCQ Questions for Class 11 Political Science Chapter 6 with Answers

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MCQ Questions for Class 11 Political Science with Answers: Indian Constitution at Work

Q1. Who defined the functions and responsibilities of the Supreme Court?

(i) Law of the land
(ii) Supreme court
(iii) Supreme court tribunal
(iv) Constitution

(iv) Constitution

Q2. The High Court of Delhi came up in

(i) 1950
(ii) 1959
(iii) 1966
(iv) 1970

(iii) 1966

Q3. The judges of the Supreme Court of India are appointed by the

(i) President
(ii) Vice President
(iii) Prime Minister
(iv) Home Minister

(i) President

Q4. Where is H.Q. of Supreme Court of India

(i). New Delhi
(ii) Mumbai
(iii) Bangalore
(iv) Kolkata

(i) New Delhi

Q5. Supreme Court sits at:

(i) Chandigarh
(ii) Delhi
(iii) Kolkata
(iv) Shimla

(ii) Delhi

Q6. Who appoints the judges of the High Court?

(i) The President of India
(ii) The Prime Minister of India
(iii) The governor of Delhi
(iv) The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court

(i) The President of India

Q7. The salaries and allowances of the judges are determined by

(i) Parliament
(ii) Executive
(iii) Judiciary
(iv) President

(i) Parliament

Q8. Which is not the issue of original jurisdiction of Supreme Court of India

(i) Dispute of fundamental rights
(ii) Dispute between States
(iii) Interpretation of the constitution
(iv) To give opinion to president

(iv) To give opinion to president

Q9. What is the maximum number of judges of the Supreme Court of India including the Chief Justice?

(i) 20
(ii) 21
(iii) 26
(iv) 34

(iv) 34

Q10. which is not independence of judiciary?

(i) safeguards rigts of individual.
(ii) settle disputes impartially.
(iii) judiciary to have their own law
(iv) protect rule of law

(iii) judiciary to have their own law

Q11. Under which Article High Courts also have the power to issue writs?

(i) Article 32
(ii) Article 13
(iii) Article 226
(iv) Article 356

(iii) Article 226

Q12. The number of Judges is Supreme Court of India is

(i) 26
(ii) 30
(iii) 18
(iv) 25

(i) 26

Q13. n Golaknath vs the State of Punjab case, the Supreme Court was led by Chief Justice

(i) Suba Rao
(ii) R. S. Pathak
(iii) J. S. Verma
(iv) R. C. Lahoti

(i) Suba Rao

Q14. which criterion does independence of judiciary does not include?

(i) organs of government not to restrain functioning of judiciary
(ii) organs of government to interfere in decision making
(iii) to be able to perform without fear.
(iv) to be able to work effectively

(ii) organs of government to interfere in decision making

Q15. Supreme Court consists of one Chief Justice and:

(i) 13 other Judges
(ii) 25 other Judges
(iii) 20 other Judges
(iv) 30 other Judges

(iv) 30 other Judges

Q16. The executive plays a crucial role; the legislature has the powers of removal. This has ensured…

(i) Balance of Power
(ii) Judicial Interpretation
(iii) Separation of Power
(iv) Both balance of power and independence of the judiciary

(iv) Both balance of power and independence of the judiciary

Q17. What it the full form of PIL?

(i) Public Illegal Law
(ii) Public Interest Litigation
(iii) Personal Interest Litigation
(iv) Public Interest Limited

(ii) Public Interest Litigation

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