#1. Consider the following statements relating to the functions of finance commission. 1. Finance commission is required to make recommendation to the parliament. 2. It recommends distribution of net proceeds of taxes to be shared between centre and state. 3. It recommends the principles that should govern the grants in aid to the states by the centre. 4. It can recommend on any other matter referred to it by the president in the interest of sound finance. Which of the above statement is/are correct?
#2. The finance commission submits its report to the:
#3. With the reference to special officers for linguistic minorities, consider the following statement: 1. Originally, the constitution of India did not make any provisions with respect to special officers for linguistic minorities. 2. State Reorganisation Commission made recommendation for the inclusion of special officer for linguistic minorities. 3. The seventh amendment act inserted article 350-B in this regard. Which of the above statement is/are correct?
#4. Consider the following statements about the comptroller and auditor General of India (CAG) of India: 1. Article 148 of the Indian Constitution provides for independent office of CAG. 2. The CAG is appointed by the president by a warrant under his hand and seal. 3. He can be removed in the same manner as that of chief of election commissioner. 4. He is not eligible for further office under government of India or state, after his term. Which of the above statement is/are correct?
#5. Which of the following do not constitutes duties and power of CAG?