Indian Polity – Questions set 4

Q 1. How many days of notice period should be given to Vice-President before moving resolution to remove him from office?
a. 10 days
b. 14 days
c. 20 days
d. 20 days

Q 2. Which article of Indian constitution says ‘There shall be a Vice-President of India’?
a. Article 52
b. Article 55
c. Article 63
d. Article 64

Q 3. Who is ex-officio chairman of Council of states?
a. Prime Minister
b. Deputy Prime Minister
c. President
d. Vice-President

Q 4. Who acts as President in the absence of President from his office?
a. Vice-President
b. Prime Minister
c. Chief Justice of India
d. Deputy Prime Minister

Q 5. What is the minimum age of person to be eligible to become Vice-President of India?
a. 25
b. 30
c. 35
d. 40

Q 6. What is the duration of term of Vice-President?
a. 4 years
b. 5 years
c. 6 years
d. 8 years

Q 7. Vice-President takes oath in the presence of?
a. Prime Minister of India
b. Chief Justice of India
c. President
d. Governor

Q 8. Any dispute arising out or in connection with election of President or Vice-President should be enquired and decided by whom?
a. Lok Sabha
b. High Court
c. Rajya Sabha
d. Supreme Court

Q 9. Which article of Indian Constitution describes the oath of Vice-President of India?
a. Article 68
b. Article 69
c. Article 70
d. Article 71

Q 10. Who has the power to grant pardons in case of death sentence?
a. President of India
b. Vice-President of India
c. Supreme Court
d. Prime Minister

Q 1. (b), Q 2. (c), Q 3. (d), Q 4. (a), Q 5. (c), Q 6. (b), Q 7. (c), Q 8. (d), Q 9. (b), Q 10. (a)