Legislature MCQ Questions for Class 11 Political Science Chapter 5 with Answers

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

Q1. The members of parliament are free to raise any matter, which according to them is important, during

(i) Adjournment motion
(ii) Question hour
(iii) No confidence motion
(iv) Zero hour

(iv) Zero hour

Q2. How is RS members elected?

(i) by state legislatures
(ii) by people.
(iii) by prime minister
(iv) by judges of high court

(i) by state legislatures

Q3. Germany has a

(i) Unicameral legislature
(ii) Bicameral legislature
(iii) Dictatorship form of government
(iv) Autocratic form of government

(ii) Bicameral legislature

Q4. First speaker of Lok Aabha was

(i) Ravi Rai
(ii) G.V. Mavlankar
(iii) Balram Jakhar
(iv) Sarder G.S.Dhilon

(ii) G.V. Mavlankar

Q5. The number of members from Uttar Pradesh to Rajya Sabha is

(i) 23
(ii) 29
(iii) 31
(iv) 33

(iii) 31

Q6. what is no confidence motion?

(i) when MPs do not have confidence in them
(ii) when rajya sabha does not agree with policy
(iii) when government loses support of majority
(iv) motion which criticises policies

(iii) when government loses support of majority

Q7. The number of members from Uttar Pradesh to Rajya Sabha is

(i) 23
(ii) 29
(iii) 31
(iv) 33

(iii) 31

Q8. Total strength of Rajya Sabha is

(i) 200
(ii) 250
(iii) 245
(iv) 300

(ii) 250

Q9. The Upper House of the Indian Parliament is known as:

(i) Lok Sabha
(ii) Rajya Sabha
(iii) Council of Ministers
(iv) Legislative Council

(ii) Rajya Sabha

Q10. who passes no confidence motion?

(i) lok sabha
(ii) rajya sabha
(iii) vice president
(iv) governor

(i) lok sabha

Q11. Confidence or no-confidence can be moved only in

(i) Rajya Sabha
(ii) Lok Sabha
(iii) Planning Commission
(iv) Estimate Committee

(ii) Lok Sabha

Q12. Maximum number of seats of Lok Sabha can be

(i) 500
(ii) 525
(iii) 550
(iv) 545

(iii) 550

Q13. The tenure of the members of the Rajya Sabha is:

(i) 5 years
(ii) 4 years
(iii) 6 years
(iv) 3 years.

(iii) 6 years

Q14. The number of members from Uttar Pradesh to Rajya Sabha is

(i) 23
(ii) 29
(iii) 31
(iv) 33

(iii) 31

Q15. The constitutional article that mentions the conduct of the business of the Houses of Parliament is:

(i) Article 77
(ii) Article 80
(iii) Article 86
(iv) Article 118

(iv) Article 118

Q16. The Indian Parliament is:

(i) Unicameral
(ii) Three Houses
(iii) Bicameral
(iv) Four Houses.

(iii) Bicameral

Q17. 52nd amendment is :

(i) council of ministers to be 15% from total membership of house of people
(ii) Anti defection law
(iii) fundamental rights to be increased
(iv) fundamental duties to be added

(iii) fundamental rights to be increased

Q18. The Upper House of the Indian Parliament is known as:

(i) Lok Sabha
(ii) Rajya Sabha
(iii) Council of Ministers
(iv) Legislative Council

(ii) Rajya Sabha

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