Saturday, December 19, 2015

Constitution of India -6

101. In which part of the Constitution Fundamental Rights are included?
Part III

102. Lok Sabha is also known as: 
House of People

103. Name the Union Territories that are represented in Rajya Sabha: 
Delhi and Puthucherry

104. Rajya Sabha was formed on 3rd April, ........:

105. Seventh Schedule of the Constitition contains details about:
Three lists

106.   The Act which granted opportunity to Indians to members in the Viceroy’s Executive Council?
 Indian Council Act, 1909

107. The colour of the carpet in Lok Sabha:

108. The colour of the carpet in Rajya Sabha:

109. The Constituent Assembly met for the first time on ......., 1946:
 December 9

110. The Constituent Assembly took complete the Constitution:
2 years, 1months and 18 days

111. The Constitution of India was brought into force on:
26th January 1950

112. The first amendment of the Constitution was included in ..... Schedule of the Constitution:

113. The foreign language included in the Eighth Schedule of the Constitution: Nepali

114. The four languages added to the Eighth Schedule recently:
Dogri, Maithili, Sindhi,

115.  The Indian Independence Act got the assent of the British King on:
18th July 1947

116. The longest session of Lok Sabha:
Budget session

117. The maximum number of members that can be nominated by the president to the Lok Sabha from Anglo Indian community:

118. The members of the Constituent Assembly appended their signatures to the Constitution on-
24 January, 1950

119. The members of the Union Cabinet is collectively responsible to:
 Lok Sabha

120. The minimum age required to become a member of Lok Sabha:

121. The minimum age required to become a member of Rajya Sabha:

122. The total number of members in the Rajya Sabha at present:

123. The total number of members of Parliament at present:
790 (Lok Sabha-545+Rajya Sabha 245)

124. The total number of nominated membersParliament:
14 (Lok Sabha-2+Rajya Sabha 12)

125. The total number of sessions of the Constituent Assembly:

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