राज्यसेवा मुख्य परीक्षा २०१२ GS-2


Reasonable restrictions on the freedom of citizens recognised under Article 19(1)(a) of the Constitution can be imposed in the interest of: 

a. Sovereignty of the country

b. Integrity of the country 

c. Security of the State

d. Interest of general public 

Choose the correct option: 


Which of the following subjects are included in the Concurrent List under the Constitution ? 

a, Education 

b. Professional Tax 

c. Weights and Measures standards 

d. Electricity

e. Forest

Choose the correct option:

The following questions no. 3 to 7 consist of tuo statements, one labelled as Assertion (A) and the other as Reason (R). You are to examine these two statements and select the answers to the questions using the codes given below

(A) Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A.

(B) Both A and R are true, but R is not the correct explanation of A. 

(C) A is true, R is false. 

(D) A is false, R is true.

सविस्तर वाचा...


Assertion (A): Planning Commission is neither a constitutional body nor a statutory body.

Reason (R): It is established by executive resolution of the Union Cabinet.


Assertion (A) : In Kesavananda Bharati v. State of Kerala, the Supreme Court declared basic structure of the Constitution unamendable. 

Reason (R) : The Supreme Court arrived at a balance between Parliamentary Sovereignty and Judicial Review.


Assertion (A) : The Directive Principles are not enforceable. 

Reason (R): They are fundamental in the governance of the country.


Assertion (A) : The Supreme Court and High Courts can issue writs such as Habeas Corpus.

Reason (R) : Both the Supreme Court and High Courts have writ jurisdiction and it is the same.


Assertion (A): A money bill is first introduced in the Lok Sabha. 

Reason (R): The Speaker of Lok Sabha has the final authority to decide whether a bill is a Money Bill or not.


When an ordinary bill passed by the State Legislature is presented to the Governor, he has the following options :

a. He may accord his assent to the bill.

b. He may reject the bill.

c. He may reserve the bill for the assent of the President. 

d. He may return the bill to the State Legislature for reconsideration.

e. He may send the bill to the Chief Justice of the High Court for his advice.

Choose the correct option:


According to the present provision under Article 82 of the Constitution, readjustment of allocation of seats in the Lok Sabha to the States can only be done after the year


The Union Government's power of giving directions to the States includes a. Construction and maintenance of means of communication which are of military importance.

b. Recognition of language spoken by a section of population of a State.

c. Protection of Railways within the State.

d. Implementation of Directive Principles.e. Implementation of laws made on subjects in the State List.

Which of the statements given above is/are correct


Which of the following are not the sources of revenue of the States ? 

a. Land revenue

b. Property tax 

c. Income tax

d. Entertainment tax 

e. Wealth tax


Judicial Review in India includes: 

a. Declaring a law as constitutional.

b. Declaring a law as unconstitutional.

c. Appointment of a review commission.

d. Interpreting constitutional provisions.

e. Review of judgments.

Which of the statements given above is/are correct?


Which of the following States do not have a Legislative Council ? 

a. West Bengal

b. Gujarat

c. Bihar

d. Madhya Pradesh 

e. Karnataka


Which Constitutional Amendment explicitly specified that it is obligatory on the part of the President to act on the advice of the Council of Ministers?


High Court's administrative control over subordinate judiciary includes control over

a. Postings

b. Pensions

c. Transfers

d. Salary

e. Compulsory retirement

Choose the correct option :


The Preamble of the Indian Constitution is the 

a. Heart of the Constitution

b. Soul of the Constitution 

c. Head of the Constitution

d. None of these 

Choose the correct option:


Who said that the Directive Principles of the State Policy are just like "a blank cheque on bank payable at the convenience of the bank" ?


Which of the following statements, though, reflect the spirit of the Fundamental Duties enshrined in the Indian Constitution, nevertheless, carry few additional words which are not specifically mentioned in the relevant clauses ?

a. To respect National Flag, National Anthem, and the Laws of the land.

b. To renounce practices derogatory to the dignity of women and children.

c. To safeguard public and private property.

d. To provide for the opportunities for education to children up to 8th Std.

Choose the correct option: 


The Chief Justice of India who performed as the acting President for some time was


Who was the President of the States Reorganisation Commission appointed by the Government of India ? 

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