TNPSC EXAM: Important and Expected Political Science Questions and Answers Part-08


This section is a store house of Multiple Choice questions based on POLITICAL SCIENCE.These questions mainly focused for TNPSC / TRB - TET / UPSC  / SSC and other state public service examinations. Presently, we (TNSPC MASTER) update 10 important questions published everyday for Political Science Sections. So TNPSC aspirants should use this quiz and Update your Knowledge. All the best... .Knock the door of success......

  1.  When was the department of Women and Child Development set up in India?
    1.  1987
    2.  1985
    3.  1974
    4.  1978

  2. Trade and Commerce is a subject with ___________ List.
    1.  Union
    2.  Concurrent
    3.  National
    4.  State

  3. The original Indian Constitution consisted of _________ Articles.
    1.  330
    2.  342
    3.  325
    4.  395

  4. The meetings of the Cabinet are presided over by the _______.
    1.  President
    2.  Speaker
    3.  Prime Minister
    4. Council of Ministers

  5. State Election Commission conducts elections of _________.
    1.  State Governor
    2.  Municipal Corporations
    3.  Municipal Committees
    4.  Municipal Corporations and Committees

  6. The 73 Amendment has provided for a _________ to regulate the finances of local bodies.
    1.  State Planning Board
    2.  State Finance Commission
    3.  State Election Commission
    4.  Municipal Commission

  7. The Commission that recomended reservation to OBCs  was________.
    1.  Sarkaria Commission
    2.  Ramanand Prasad Commision
    3.  Mandal Commission
    4.  Permanand Commission

  8.  Madhya Pradesh provides a number of services to the people through ______.
    1.  Gyandoot Programme
    2.  Krishi Darshan
    3.  Gyan Darshan
    4.  Bharat Darshan

  9. India hosted NAM Summit in _______.
    1.  Sikkim
    2.  Orissa
    3.  New Delhi
    4.  Bangalore

  10. American President visited in India in 1977 was _______.
    1.  Clinton
    2.  Jimmy Carter
    3.  Richard Nixon
    4.  George Bush



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