Indian Polity MCQ Part-22 (laxmikanth Mcq’s)

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1) Which of the following amendment transferred 5 subjects from State List to Concurrent List

a) 42nd Amendment
b) 44th Amendment
c) 84th Amendment
d) 97th Amendment

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Correct Answer is : A

  • The 42nd Amendment Act of 1976 transferred five subjects to Concurrent List from State List

(a) education

(b) forests

(c) weights and measures

(d) protection of wild animals and birds

(e) administration of justice; constitution and organisation of all courts except the Supreme Court and the high courts.

2) Which of the following statement(s) is/are correct about Residuary Subjects

1) These are enumerated in central list
2) Here the power to make laws is vested to parliament
3) It does not include power to levy residuary taxes

a) Only 1 and 2
b) Only 2
c) Only 1, 2 and 3
d) Only 2 and 3

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Correct Answer is : B

  • These are not enumerated in any of the list
  • It includes power to levy residuary taxes

3) Which of the following statement(s) is/are correct

1) Canada : Residuary powers with state
2) US : Residuary powers with state
3) India : Residuary powers with centre

a) Only 3
b) Only 1 and 3
c) Only 2 and 3
d) Only 1, 2 and 3

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Correct Answer is : C

  • Canada : Residuary powers with centre
  • GoI act 1935 : Residuary powers with Governor-general.

4) Which of the following is/are correct when there is an overlapping or conflict

1) Union List > State List
2) State List > Concurrent List
3) Union List > Concurrent List

a) Only 1 and 2
b) Only 1 and 3
c) Only 3
d) Only 2 and 3

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Correct Answer is : B

Concurrent List > State List

5) What will happen if there is a conflict between centre and state law on a subject mentioned in Concurrent List

1) Central law will prevail over state law in all the situations
2) State law can prevail in the state in certain circumstances

a) Only 1
b) Only 2
c) 1 and 2
d) Neither 1 nor 2

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Correct Answer is : B

  • In case of a conflict between the Central law and the state law on a subject enumerated in the Concurrent List, the central law prevails over the state law. 
  • But, there is an exception. If the state law has been reserved for the consideration of the president and has received his assent, then the state law prevails in that state. 
  • But, it would still be competent for the Parliament to override such a law by subsequently making a law on the same matter.

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