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Chapter 1: The Union Parliament

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Very Short Questions | Q 1

 Name the organs of the Indian Government.

Very Short Questions | Q 2

State the functions of Legislatures, Executive and Judiciary.

Very Short Questions | Q 3

Which is the law making body at Central level?

Very Short Questions | Q 4

What are the constituents of the Parliament?

Very Short Questions | Q 5

Name the lists, which distribute the subjects of Legislation between the Union and the State.

Very Short Questions | Q 6

Mention any one situation when both the houses of Parliament meet for a joint session.

Very Short Questions | Q 7

Who summons the budget session every following year?

Very Short Questions | Q 8

When does the President summons the Parliament in session?

Very Short Questions | Q 9

 What is the maximum gap allowed between two Parliamentary sessions?

Very Short Questions | Q 10

Who administers the oath of office to the Members of Parliament?

Very Short Questions | Q 11

India has which type of Legislature?

Very Short Questions | Q 12

Name the houses of Parliament.

Very Short Questions | Q 13

Mention the maximum number of members in the Lok Sabha?

Very Short Questions | Q 14

Whom does the President nominate in the Lok Sabha?

Very Short Questions | Q 15

Who exercises a casting vote in case of a tie in the Lok Sabha?

Very Short Questions | Q 16

Who can dissolve the Lok Sabha before its tenure?

Very Short Questions | Q 17

What is the minimum age required to be attained by a member of Lok Sabha?

Very Short Questions | Q 18

State the minimum number of times the Lok Sabha must meet in a year.

Very Short Questions | Q 19

What is meant by the term Quorum? Or Explain the term Quorum.

Very Short Questions | Q 20

What is the Quorum of the Lok Sabha?

Very Short Questions | Q 21

What is the normal term of the Lok Sabha?

Very Short Questions | Q 22

Who elects the members of the Lok Sabha ?

Very Short Questions | Q 23

Mention any two devices through which the Lok Sabha exercises control over the Council of Ministers.

Very Short Questions | Q 24

An adult Indian citizen holding an office of profit under the State Government wishes to contest for election to the Lok Sabha. Is he/she eligible? Give a reason to justify your answer.

Very Short Questions | Q 25

What is the Constitutional provision with regard to the representation of the Anglo-Indian community in the Lok Sabha?

Very Short Questions | Q 26

How is the Speaker of Lok Sabha elected?

Very Short Questions | Q 27

Who presides over the proceedings of the Lok Sabha in the absence of the Speaker?

Very Short Questions | Q 28

 Which is the Upper House?

Very Short Questions | Q 29

 Name the body, which elects the Rajya Sabha members.

Very Short Questions | Q 30

Who is the Ex-officio Chairman of the Rajya Sabha?

Very Short Questions | Q 31

 Mention the maximum number of members in the Rajya Sabha.

Very Short Questions | Q 32

What is the tenure of the members of the Rajya Sabha?

Very Short Questions | Q 33

Why cannot the Rajya Sabha be dissolved?

Very Short Questions | Q 34

Name the Bill that cannot originate in the Rajya Sabha.

Very Short Questions | Q 35

Why is the Rajya Sabha called a permanent House?

Very Short Questions | Q 36

What is the Zero Hour?

Very Short Questions | Q 37

What is a Motion?

Very Short Questions | Q 38

What is meant by the term question hours in the context of Parliamentary procedures in India?

Very Short Questions | Q 39

What do you understand by Adjournment Motion?

Very Short Questions | Q 40

Mention the ways, how Parliament Control over the Executive?

Very Short Questions | Q 41

 Mention two financial powers of the Union Parliament.

Very Short Questions | Q 42

What happens if either the Parliament or a State Legislature passes any law that is against the Constitution?

Very Short Questions | Q 43

How does Parliament exercise control over the Union Council of Ministers?

Very Short Questions | Q 44

How many members can the president nominate to the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha.

Very Short Questions | Q 45

 Who addresses the joint session of both the Houses?

Very Short Questions | Q 46

Who decides whether a Bill is Money Bill or not?

Very Short Questions | Q 47

What is the difference between a Money Bill and Non-Money Bill?

Very Short Questions | Q 48

What is the procedure adopted for resolving deadlock between the two houses of Parliament with regard to an Ordinary Bill?

Very Short Questions | Q 49

What are Residuary Powers?

Very Short Questions | Q 50

 Which House is more powerful? Why?

Very Short Questions | Q 51

 What is understood by the term ‘Individual Responsibility’ in a Parliament Democracy?

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Short Questions I | Q 1

Give any four qualifications necessary for an individual seeking election to the Lok Sabha.

Short Questions I | Q 2

What are the disqualifications laid down to be elected as the member of Lok Sabha?

Short Questions I | Q 3

What are the facilities and allowances given to a Member of Parliament?

Short Questions I | Q 4

Differentiate between Unicameral and Bicameral Legislature.

Short Questions I | Q 5

Mention two Legislative powers of the Union Parliament.

Short Questions I | Q 6

Mention any two privileges of the Member of the Parliament.
Or
Mention one privilege of a Member of Parliament.

Short Questions I | Q 7

 Who elects the Members of the Rajya Sabha?

Short Questions I | Q 8

What is the duration of the Rajya Sabha?

Short Questions I | Q 9

Describe how Parliament controls the executive through Adjournment Motion?

Short Questions I | Q 10

What are the privileges and immunities of the members of the Lok Sabha?

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Short Questions II | Q 1

Give any four qualifications necessary for an individual seeking election to the Lok Sabha.

Short Questions II | Q 2

What is the duration of the Lok Sabha?

Short Questions II | Q 3

What is the schedule for Parliamentary sessions?

Short Questions II | Q 4

What is the maximum strength of the Lok Sabha provided by the Constitution? How many members does the president nominate to the Lok Sabha? How are members to the Lok Sabha elected?’

Short Questions II | Q 5

How can the Speaker be removed from office?

Short Questions II | Q 6

Discuss the powers of the Speaker of the Lok Sabha reference to regulate proceedings of the House.

Short Questions II | Q 7

Mention three Disciplinary functions of the Speaker of the Lok Sabha

Short Questions II | Q 8

Discuss about Administrative functions of the Speaker of the Lok Sabha.

Short Questions II | Q 9

How the Parliamentary Committees are controlled by the Speaker of the Lok Sabha?

Short Questions II | Q 10

How are members to the Rajya Sabha elected?

Short Questions II | Q 11

What are the qualifications of the members of the Rajya Sabha?

Short Questions II | Q 12

Mention two ways in which the Rajya Sabha and the Legislative Council can control the executive. Explain one of its limitations in this regard.

Short Questions II | Q 13

 What are Financial Powers of the Rajya Sabha?

Short Questions II | Q 14

What are the Administrative Powers of the Rajya Sabha?

Short Questions II | Q 15

Three reasons to justify why the Lok Sabha is considered to be more powerful then the Rajya Sabha.

Short Questions II | Q 16

The two Houses of the Parliament enjoy co-equal powers in many spheres explain it by giving any three examples.

Short Questions II | Q 17

Mention three instances when the Parliament can make laws on the subjects entered in the State list.

Short Questions II | Q 18

Mention three Legislative Powers of Union Parliament.

Short Questions II | Q 19

Mention three of Financial Powers of the Union Parliament.

Short Questions II | Q 20

Explain the powers of the Union Parliament in respect of matters in the Union List and Concurrent List.

Short Questions II | Q 21

Discuss the procedure to be followed by the Union Parliament in passing a Non-Money Bill.

Short Questions II | Q 22

 Discuss, how Parliament controls the executive through Censure Motion and No-Confidence motion interpolation?

Short Questions II | Q 23

Discuss, how Parliament controls the executive through Censure Motion and No-Confidence Motion?

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ICSE solutions for ICSE Class 10 History and Civics Chapter 1 The Union Parliament Long Questions [Page undefined]

Long Questions | Q 1

In the context of the Union Parliament, describe the Financial Powers of the Union Parliament.

Long Questions | Q 2

Mention four of Administrative or Executive Powers.

Q 3

Discuss the procedure to be followed by the Union Parliament in Passing a Money Bill.

Q 4

Mention four special powers of the Rajya Sabha.
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What are the powers of the Rajya Sabha? Describe the legislative and financial powers of the Rajya Sabha.

Q 5

What is the relation between the Rajya Sabha and the Lok Sabha?

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Chapter 1: The Union Parliament

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ICSE solutions for ICSE Class 10 History and Civics chapter 1 - The Union Parliament

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Concepts covered in ICSE Class 10 History and Civics chapter 1 The Union Parliament are Meaning of the Federal Setup in India, Powers and Functions of Union Parliament, Lok Sabha - Term, Composition, Qualifications for Membership, Parliamentary Procedures of Lok Sabha, Speaker – Election and Functions, Rajya Sabha - Composition, Qualifications for Membership, Election, Term, Concept for Rajya Sabha - Presiding Officer, Powers and Functions of Union Parliament, Relationship Between the Two Houses – Differences. Anti–Defection Law..

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