||Which one is the most prominent element of a state?
||“The State is everywhere: it leaves hardly a gap.” This statement explains the concept of –
||The Constitution of India provides which type of governance system?
||Which is an essential feature in Indian polity that indicates that it is federal in character?
||The independence of the judiciary is safeguarded
||Which is not a feature of good governance?
||In which report of the Second Administrative Reforms Commission Barriers to Good Governance in India have been identified?
Citizen-Centric Administration: The Heart of Governance
||There is parliamentary system of Government in India because the –
||Council of Ministers is responsible to the Lok Sabha
||The main advantage of the parliamentary form of government is that –
||The executive remains responsible to the legislature
||In a Presidential Government, all the executive powers are vested in –
||‘Welfare State’ aims to –
||Management of welfare of weaker sections
||What is not the Philosophy of the Constitution of India?
||What is the main source of Political Power in India?
||The Democracy of India is based on the fact that –
The public enjoys the right to choose and change the Government
||Democracy’s superior virtue lies in the fact that it calls into activity –
The intelligence and character of ordinary men and women
||What determines that the Indian Constitution is Federal?
||Distribution of powers between union and states
||The Parliamentary form of Government was first introduced in which country?
||Great Britain (UK)
||What differentiates the Indian Parliamentary system and British Parliamentary System?
||What is not a federal feature of the Indian Constitution?
||The Central and State governments get authority from?
||What is the nature of the Indian Constitution?
||Federal in nature but unitary in spirit
||Who called Indian Federalism the Cooperative Federalism?
||Who said: “India is a quasi-federal state”?
||Who said, “A Constitution, like a machine, is a lifeless thing. It acquires life because of the men who control it and India needs today nothing more than a set of honest men who will have the interest of the country before them”?
||Dr. Rajendra Prasad
||Who rejected the ‘Principles of Administration as myths and proverbs’?
||In relation to the Indian Constitution who said that “Indian Constitution establishes a good balance between Rigidity and Flexibility”?
||Who stated that ‘The Constitution has not been set in a tight mold of Federalism’?
||A constitutional government by definition is a –
||On which date the Constituent Assembly of India adopt the National Flag?
||22 July, 1947