Polity Daily Quiz 12

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#1. With reference to Indian polity consider the following statements: 1. The constitution envisages Parliamentary system both at centre and state. 2. The governor is the head of the government at the state level. Which of the above statement is/are correct.

#2. The president and governor both are nominal head in the respective domain, but they differ in many way, consider the following statement in this context. 1. The governor unlike the president is not elected by an electoral college. 2. He is the nominee of the central govt unlike the president. 3. He has more discretionary power than the president. Which of the above statement is/are correct?

#3. Which of the following is/are the qualification of governor mentioned in the constitution? 1. He must be a citizen of India. 2. He should have completed 35 years of age. 3. He should be qualified to be a member of state legislative assembly. 4. He should be an outsider to the state where he is being appointed. Select the correct answer using codes given below.

#4. Which of the following do not constitutes terms and conditions of the office of governor.

#5. The term of the office of governor is of five years, in this context consider the following statements. 1. he remains in office during the pleasure of president. 2. he can resign by addressing to the chief minister. 3. the constitution does not lay any ground up on which a governor may be removed by the president. Select the correct answer using the codes given below.

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