“The Knowledge Library”

Knowledge for All, without Barriers…

An Initiative by: Kausik Chakraborty.
31/01/2023 11:06 PM

“The Knowledge Library”

Knowledge for All, without Barriers……….
An Initiative by: Kausik Chakraborty.

The Knowledge Library

General Knowledge Question Answer  for NDA

  1. Who has been appointed as the new chairman of the Central Board of Indirect taxes and Customs (CBIC)?

Ans: Pranab Kumar Das

  1. Who is the Chairman of the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC)?

Ans: Arvind Saxena

  1. Pappu Karki, a famous Kumauni singer belongs to which State?

Ans: Uttarakhand

  1. In which city, India’s first-ever national police museum is going to set up?

Ans: Delhi

  1. Which country was the host of 45th G7 summit held in the month of August 2019?

Ans: France

  1. Which country’s women cricket team has won the Asia Cup T-20 Series 2018?

Ans: Bangladesh

  1. Who has won the men’s singles French Open tennis tournament 2019?

Ans: Rafael Nadal

  1. Name the first non-Indian who received the Bharat Ratna award?

Ans: Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan

  1. The right to property was d3leted from the lit of Fundamental Right by:

Ans:  44th Constitution Act 1978

  1. The only state in the Indian Union which has its own separate State Constitution is

Ans: Jammu & Kashmir

  1. A person to be eligible for election as President of India should have completed:

Ans:  35 years of age

  1. Granville Austin has described the Directive Principles and the Fundamental Right as :

Ans: The Conscience of the Constitution

  1. A Money Bill in the Parliament can be introduced only with the recommendation of:

Ans: The President of India

  1. Which year, the Mother Teresa won the Nobel Peace Prize?

Ans: 1979

  1. For making bullet-proof glass, which one of the following glasses is used?

Ans: Reinforced glass

  1. Name the personality who is considered to be the originator of Sankhya philosophy?

Ans: Kapil Muni

  1. Name the one who is also known as “The Saint of Gutters”?

Ans: Mother Teresa

  1. What is the maximum time interval permissible between two successive sessions of the Parliament?

Ans: Six Months

  1. Which are the two states (other than Uttar Pradesh) having the highest representation in Lok Sabha?

Ans: Bihar and Maharashtra

  1. Which was the second Italian Satellite launched from Soviet Union?

Ans: Bhaskar–1

  1. By which Act was a second chamber of India Legislature known as Council of States created?

Ans: Government of India Ac 1919

  1. Which body functioned as the Provisional Parliament until the Lok Sabha was constitution following General Election in 1952

Ans: Constitution Assembly

  1. Under which Article can the President of India be impeached on the ground of violation of Constitution?

Ans: Article 61

  1. By the 69thConstitutional Amendment Act 1991 Union Territory of Delhi was redesigned as :

Ans: The National Capital Territory of Delhi in 1992

  1. Cultural and Educational Right are enshrined in:

Ans:  Article 29-30

  1. Which Article declares that a constitutional amendment a law and hence cannot be challenged?

Ans: Article 13

  1. The law which imposes penalties retrospectively (retroactively)-upon acts already done or which increases the penalties for such acts is known as:

Ans: Ex-post-facto law

  1. The most important law enforcing Article 24 prohibiting the empolyment of children beow the age of 14 years in any factory or other hazardous activities is:

Ans: The Child Labour (Prohibition and Regulation) Act 1986

  1. In India, the president is the head of the state while the Prime Minister is the head of:

Ans: The government

  1. In scheme of bicameral legislature as provided in the Constitution of India, Rajya Sabha represent :

Ans: The State of Indian Federation

  1. The Constitution of India has divided the powers between the Centre and the States in terms of :

Ans: The Union List, State List and Concurrent List

  1. The leader of the largest opposition party having not less than one-tenth seats of the total strength of the House is recognised as the:

Ans: Leader of the opposition in each Houses of Parliament

  1. The last session of the existing Lok Sabha,after a new Lok Sabha has been elected is called:

Ans: Lam-Duck Session

  1. Which Constitutional Amendment Act facilitates the appointment of the same person as a governor for two or more states?

Ans: 7th Constitutional Amendment Act, 1956

  1. Who headed the committee on ‘Revitalisation of Panchayati Raj’ Institutions for Democracy and Development appoited by the Rajiv Gandhi Government in 1986:

Ans: M. Singhvi

  1. The Central Recruiting Agency of India is:

Ans: The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC)

  1. To be eligible as Vice-President a person should have completed:

Ans: 35 years of age

  1. The pardoning power of the president in India as enshrined in the Article 72 of the Constitutional of India includes :

Ans: Pardon, Commutation, Remission, Respite, Reprieve

  1. Under which Article of the Constitution does the governor of state possess the pardoning power?

Ans: Article 161

  1. The Zonal Councils are the statutory bodies established by an Act of the Parliament that is:

Ans: States Reorganisation Act of 1956

  1. The first proclamation of National Emergency was issued in October 1962 on account of :

Ans: Chinese aggression in the NEFA (North East Frontier Agency now Arunachal Pradesh)

  1. The State has its own Constitution is:

Ans: Jammu and Kashmir

  1. The right to equal opportunity for all citizens in matters of public employment has been enshrined in :

Ans: Article 16

  1. In the Constitution of India, the idea of Uniform Civil Code is provided in :

Ans: Directive Principle of State Policy

  1. The Voting age in India was reduced to 18 years from 21 years in 1989 by :

Ans: The 61st Constitutional Amendment Act of 1988

  1. Indian Constitution provides only for:

Ans: Single Citizenship

  1. In which schedule to the Constitution of India have the powers authority and responsibilities of municipalities been mentioned?

Ans: Twelfth Schedule

  1. The provision of suspension of Fundamental Right is borrowed from :

Ans: Weimer Constitution of Germany

  1. Which Article makes a provision of Administrative Tribunals?

Ans: Article323-A

  1. As per the peramble of the Constitution of India, the nature of India State is of :

Ans: A sovereign, socialist, secular, democratic and republican polity

Sign up to Receive Awesome Content in your Inbox, Frequently.

We don’t Spam!
Thank You for your Valuable Time


Share this post