May 02, 2019

General awareness for SSC CGL CHSL and RRB NTPC exams #24

General awareness for SSC CGL CHSL and RRB NTPC exams

General awareness for SSC CGL CHSL and RRB NTPC exams
  1. A federal structure for India was first put forward by 
  2. The features such as Federal scheme, the office of governor, power of Federal Judiciary, emergency powers etc were drawn from which act? 
  3. Which constitution was the source of Directive Principles of State Policy method of Presidential elections and nomination of members of Rajya Sabha by the president? 
  4. How does the constitution of India describe India as? 
  5. The system of Judicial review originated in in
  6. What is detention without interrogation known as?
  7. What was the basis for constituting the constituent assembly of India? 
  8. From the constitution of which country the Quasi federal form of Government and the idea of residual powers were borrowed while framing the constitution of India? 
  9. Who was the chairman of the drafting committee of the constitution? 
  10. Who became the first Indian judge in the International Court of Justice 1950-54? Online 
  11. Why is the India Republic? 
  12. Who was the constitutional advisor to the constituent assembly of India? 
  13. The democracy in which people vote on policy initiatives directly is known as 
  14. Which country uses direct democracy? 
  15. Who was the president of the Republic of India who consistently described Indian secularism as Sarva Dharma Sambhav? 

Answers


  1. Government of India Act 1935
  2. Government of India Act 1935
  3. Irish constitution 
  4. Union of states
  5. United States of America
  6. Preventive detention 
  7. Cabinet mission plan 1946
  8. Canada
  9. Dr BR Ambedkar
  10. Sir Benegal Narsing Rao 
  11. Head of the state is elected for a definite. 
  12. Sir Benegal Narsing Rao 
  13. Direct democracy
  14. Switzerland
  15. Dr S Radhakrishnan 

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