GK Quiz on Prime Minister of India and Supreme Court
In the parliamentary system of government provided by the constitution, the President is the nominal executive authority and Prime Minister is the real executive authority. Where as the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court is greater than that of its prodecessor. Let us study more about Prime Minister of India and Supreme Court in the form of questions and answers.
GK Quiz on Prime Minister and Supreme Court of India
We can say that the President is the head of the State while Prime Minister is the head of the government. The Constitution does not contain any specific procedure for the selection of and appointment of the Prime Minister. Part V of the Constitution deals with the organization, independence, jurisdiction, powers, procedures, etc. of the Supreme Court. This article presents you 10 Questions based on Prime Minister and Supreme Court of India which may help in the upcoming exams.
Q 1) Which one of the following article deals with the appointment of the Prime Minister and other ministers?
(a) Article 76
(b) Article 74
(c) Article 75
(d) Article 72
Q 2) The Prime Minister is appointed by which one of the following?
(a) Attorney general of India
(d) Chief justice of India
Q 3) Who among the following shall communicate to the president all the decisions of the council of ministers under article 78?
(a) Home minister
(b) Prime minister
(c) Attorney general
(d) Finance minister
Q 4) The total number of ministers including the prime ministers shall not exceed-
(a) 20% members of the Lok sabha
(b) 10% members of the Lok sabha
(c) 25% members of the Lok sabha
(d) 15% members of the Lok sabha
Q 5). The Supreme Court of India at present contains the following number of Judges?
(a) 25 judges
(b) 31 judges
(c) 20 judges
(d) 30 judges
Q 6). Who among the following appoints the Chief Justice and other Judges of the Supreme Court?
(a) Prime minister
(c) Home minister
Q 7). Which of the following are the powers of the Supreme Court?
(a) Original and Appellate Jurisdiction
(b) Appointment of ad-hoc judges
(c) Judicial review
(d) All the above
Q 8). Which article of the constitution of India provides the composition and jurisdiction of the Supreme Court of India?
(a) Article 137-141
(b) Article 144
(c) Article 126
(d) Article 124
Q 9). The National Judiciary Appointments Commission (NJAC) consists of the following persons?
(a) Chief Justice of India
(b) Two senior most Supreme Court judges
(c) The Union Minister of Law and Justice
(d) All the above
Q 10). Mr. T.S. Thakur is the ……………….Chief Justice of India.