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Question. After the polling has finished, the votes are counted under the supervision of
(a) Election Commission
(b) Polling Officer
(c) Returning Officers and Observers
(d) Delimitation officer
Question. The authority that issues the notification for elections is:
(a) Prime Minister
(d) Chief Election Commissioner
Question. Which of the following statements about the reasons for conducting elections are false?
(a) Elections enable people to judge the performance of the government
(b) People select the representative of their choice in an election
(c) Elections enable people to evaluate the performance of the judiciary
(d) People can indicate which policies they prefer
Question. In India, elections for which of these bodies are held after every five years?
(a) Rajya Sabha
(b) Lok Sabha and Vidhan Sabha
(c) Vidhan Parishad
(d) Only Lok Sabha
Question. Campaigns take place for a period of between the announcement of the final list of candidates and the date of polling?
(a) Two weeks
(b) One week
(c) Three weeks
(d) One month
Question. Which one of the following arguments is against the Universal Adult Franchise?
(a) It is democratic
(b) It ensures political equality
(c) It makes people politically awakened
(d) It inculcates anti-nationalism
Question. When did the Election Commission of India get two more Election Commissioners?
Question. In India who can vote under the concept of Universal Adult Franchise?
(a) Minors can also vote
(b) Only educated people can vote
(c) Foreign nationals can also vote
(d) Adults who have the nationality of India, have the right to vote irrespective of any caste, colour, creed or gender.
Question. The minimum age limit for exercising Right to vote in India is:
(a) 18 years
(b) 25 years
(c) 21 years
(d) 20 years.
Question. The country that follows FPTP electoral system is
(b) the UK
(c) the Netherlands
Question. The minimum age of voting was 21 years till
Question. Which of these is not a good reason to say that Indian elections are democratic ?
(a) India has the largest number of voters in the world.
(b) India’s Election Commission is very powerful.
(c) In India, everyone above the age of 18 has a right to vote.
(d) In India, the losing parties accept the electoral verdict.
Question. All eligible voters, living in a specified area, vote to elect their representative is termed as
(a) Functional representation
(b) Territorial representation
(c) Reserved representation
(d) Limited vote plan
Question. Who conducts the elections in India?
(a) Planning commission
(b) Election Commission
(c) Finance Commission
(d) Vigilance Commission
Question. The electoral system, first past the post is also known as
(a) Proportional representation
(b) Direct election
(c) Separate electorate
(d) Plurality system
Question. Which of the following resembles most a direct democracy?
(a) Discussions in a family meeting.
(b) Election of the class monitor.
(c) Choice of a candidate by a political party.
(d) Decisions taken by the Gram Sabha.
(e) Opinion polls conducted by the media
Question. Who appoints the chief Election Commissioner?
(c) Supreme court
Question. Which was the first Indian state to go for Internet voting?
(d) Andhra Pradesh
Question. The number of seats reserved for Scheduled Castes in the Lok Sabha is:
Question. In the First Past the Post System, that candidate is declared winner who:
(a) Secures the largest number of postal ballots.
(b) Belongs to the party that has highest number of votes in the country.
(c) Has more votes than any other candidate in the constituency.
(d) Attains first position by securing more than 50% votes.
Question. The example of proportional representation system is
(d) New Zealand
Question. The present composition of the Election Commission is a
(a) As decided by President
(b) One-member body
(c) Two-member body
(d) Three-member body
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