APSC Prelims Series(Political Science Quiz-5)

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Dear Aspirants,
In APSC Prelims series-2019, here is the “Political Science quiz-5” and today’s topic is ‘The Union Judiciary: Supreme Court’

The Union Judiciary: Supreme Court

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Question 1
Who is the custodian of Indian Constitution? [MP PSC (Pre) 2010]
A
President
B
Parliament
C
Council of Ministers
D
Supreme court
Question 2
The system of Judicial review exist in-[UP PCS (Main) 2008]
A
India only
B
U.K only
C
U.S.A only
D
India and U.S.A
Question 3
Which Article of the constitution permits the Supreme Court to review its own judgement or order?[UP PCS (Main)2008]
A
Article 137
B
Article 138
C
Article 139
D
Article 140
Question 4
Who has the right to transfer any case anywhere in India? [MP PSC(Pre)2010]
A
President
B
Parliament
C
Council of ministers
D
Supreme Court
Question 5
Who is the final authority to interprete the Constitution? [WB PSC(Pre) 2008]
A
The President
B
The Parliament
C
The Lok Sabha
D
The Supreme court
Question 6
Salaries of the Judges of the Supreme Court are determined by: [UP PCS(Main) 2008]
A
Pay Commission appointed by the president
B
Law Commission
C
Parliament
D
Council of ministers
Question 7
What does the 'Judicial review' function of the Supreme Court mean? [SSC Grad. 2005]
A
Review its own judgement
B
Review the functioning of judiciary in the country
C
Examine the constitutional validity of the laws
D
Undertake periodic review of the constitution
Question 8
What makes the Judiciary the guardian of the Constitution? [SSC Tax Asstt. 2009]
A
Independence
B
Service conditions
C
Salary
D
Judicial Review
Question 9
Public Interest Litigation (PIL) may be linked with: [NDA 2010]
A
Judicial review
B
Judicial activism
C
Judicial intervention
D
Judicial sanctity
Question 10
The Supreme Court of India enjoys-[SSC Sec. Off(Aud)2007]
A
Original Jurisdiction
B
Advisory Jurisdiction
C
Appellate and advisory jurisdictions
D
original, appellate and advisory jurisdictions
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There are 10 questions to complete.

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