8PM – Nikaalo Prelims Revision Test Polity 1

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As a hint, please do revise topics like emergency provisions, fundamental rights. We are seeing questions on

Try to get over 12 questions correct in this test. 

Please make a note of the following

1. Some questions are purposely out of syllabus. Please think hard, try to recall and attempt them. This surprise is nothing compared to what you will experience in the actual exam.

2. While you are attempting the test, keep writing the questions numbers in the comment section in the following format.

100% sure – <list of question numbers>. This will indicate how many questions are you are 100% sure of but eventually got wrong

Could eliminate 2 options – <list of question numbers>. This will indicate the questions where you took calculated risks

Complete guess– <list of question numbers>. This will indicate how many questions you guessed completely. 

A sample would be

100% sure-1,2,3

Could eliminate 2 options-4,5

Complete guess-6,7

This will make you more aware of what your attempt. It is very important.

3. Completing the test should be your top priority. Focus on accuracy rather than simply attempting more questions. Give enough thought to each question, we have increased the time limit so you can do this.

4. At the end of the test, click on ‘View Questions’ button to check the solutions.

*You can attempt the test multiple times for your own practice but only your first attempt will be counted for rankings.


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Jenice Goveas
5 Apr, 2019

Dear Experts, query : Regarding Q20, motion for abolition or creation of Legislative Council is not deemed as an Amendment of the Constitution under Art 368 ONLY. However, it is still a Constitutional Amendment passed by simple majority. Please clarify

    Er S
    5 Apr, 2019

    Please make a note. In questions like these, we (and for that matter even UPSC) will not try to test the difference between an amendment to the constitution and CA under 368.
    Understanding the context is very important.

      Dr.Deepak Kansotiya
      5 Apr, 2019

      Kindly clarify my doubt regarding 1935 act
      According to laxmikant public service commision was set up according 1919 act…It was union public service commission that was set up according to 1935 act…
      Thank you!

        Divya Murugesan
        6 Apr, 2019

        Yes, you are correct. As per 1919 CPSC was set up and as per 1935, FPSC,PPSC and JPSC was set up.

        But please kindly refer to the Lesson “Salient features of the constitution” in the Laxmikant. Table3.4 sources of constitution at a glance. There you have the answer.

          Sandeep Kumar
          5 Apr, 2019

          Thanks for this, appreciate the efforts.

            Divya Murugesan
            6 Apr, 2019

            Q6. In Explanation you have mentioned UNTOUCHABILITY has not been defined anywhere in constitution but by an act of parliament. As per Laxmikant book, the term “UNTOUCHABILITY” has not been defined either in the constitution or in the act.

            Please clarify.

              Sajal Singh
              6 Apr, 2019

              Untouchability has been defined by the SC/ST act of 1989.Please read that.

                AADI THAKUR
                6 Apr, 2019

                guys hw is there magazine combo…pls reviews?

                  Sachin Tiwari
                  8 Apr, 2019

                  For Ques8. The amendments which are passed by the simple majority even if it makes small changes in the constitution it is not called as constitutional amendment . Isn’t it ?

                  “The bills which result in some changes in the constitution but passed by simple majority are not deemed to be Constitution Amendments.”

                  Then as per this the answer should be ‘D’ instead of ‘A’. i.e. “By a normal legislative process that does not require Constitutional Amendment. ”

                  Please clarify as it will be a persistent confusion …