Quiz on Constitution of India

Bills in Parliament

Directions: In the questions given below, four options have been given. Click on the option which you think is the RIGHT ANSWER to the question.

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1. A joint sitting of both Houses of Parliament may be convened to consider a bill which was passed by one House and kept pending by the other for

2. The maximum number of days within which Rajya Sabha has to return a money bill to the Lok Sabha after 'rejection' or 'acceptance' is

3. If any question arises whether a Bill is a Money Bill or not, whose decision is considered final?

4. Bills of which of the following categories can be initiated only in Lok Sabha?

5. Which of the following Bill does not lapse when the Lok Sabha is dissolved?

6. A money bill passed by the Lok Sabha is deemed to have been passed by the Rajya Sabha also when no action is taken by the Upper House within

7. Which of the following expenditure is not met out of the Consolidated Fund of India?

8. The major portion of the Indian constitution can be amended by :

9 When there is a deadlock between the two Houses of Parliament over an ordinary Bill, it is referred to the :

10. Who among the following causes the annual financial statement to be laid before both the Houses of the Parliament?


11. For a seat of Parliament to be declared vacant the member should have been absent without permission from all the meetings of the House for

12. If a person is appointed the Governor of two States, what happens to emoluments and allowances payable to him?

13. The total number of ministers including the Chief Minister the Council of Ministers of a State cannot be less than

14. Who among the following is known as the guardian of the ‘Public Purse’ in India?