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Union Legislature - General Knowledge Multiple Choice Questions and Answers

1 Which state of India has highest number of Lok Sabha constutiencies?
A Bihar
B Madhya Pradesh
C Uttar Pradesh
D Madhya Pradesh

Answer: Option [C]
2 The system is used to elect members of the Rajya Sabha:
A Cumulative vote system
B Single non-transferable vote system
C Single transferable vote system
D None of the above

Answer: Option [C]
3 What is zero hour in parliament?
A When the proposal of the opposition is considered
B The first hour of the session
C When matters of utmost importance are raised
D When a money bill is introduced in the Lok Sabha

Answer: Option [C]
4 Which of the following is true about chairman of Public Accounts Committee?
A Elected by Union Cabinet
B Appointed by Speaker
C Appointed by President
D Elected by members of the Public Accounts Committee

Answer: Option [B]
5 With regard to the powers of the Rajya Sabha, which one among the following statements is not correct?
A A money bill cannot be introduced in the Rajya Sabha
B The Rajya Sabha has no power either to reject or amend a money bill
C The Rajya Sabha cannot discuss the annual financial statement
D The Rajya Sabha has no power to vote on the demands for grants

Answer: Option [C]
6 Which is the largest committee of the Parliament?
A The Public Accounts Committee
B The Estimates Committee
C The Committee on Public Undertakings
D The Committee on Petitions

Answer: Option [B]
7 The minimum age for being the member of Parliament is:
A 21 Years
B 25 Years
C 28 Years
D 30 Years

Answer: Option [B]
8 What is the minimum age for election/appointment as member of the Rajya Sabha?
A 21 Years
B 25 Years
C 30 Years
D 35 Years

Answer: Option [C]
9 When the joint sittings of the two houses of Parliament are held?
A To elect the President of India
B To elect the Vice-President of India
C To adopt a Constitution amending bill
D To consider and pass a bill on which two houses disagree

Answer: Option [D]
10 The maximum possible gap between two sessions of Parliament is:
A 3 months
B 4 months
C 6 months
D 9 months

Answer: Option [C]


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