Election commission of India

Election commission of India

Important Questions based on Election commission of India

Q-1 In case of dispute related to elections of  the MP and MLA, the disputes are heard by-

a) Election Commission of India

b) President

c) Supreme Court

d) High Court

Q- Who is the present Chief Election Commissioner of India ?

a) V S Sampath

b) S Y Quiraishi

c) H S Brahma

d) Nasim Zaidi

Q- Which of the following is not the Current Election Commission of India?

a) Aanchal Kumar Jyoti

b) Om Prakash Rawat

c) H S Brahma

d) None of these

Q-  The provision of Election Commission of India is mentioned  in which article?

a) Article 347

b) Article 327

c) Article 324 

d) None of these

Q- The Chief Election Commissioner is removed by-

a) President 

b) Impeachment

c) Resigns Himself 

d) None of these

Election commission of India


  1. The Election Commission of India is a constitutional body with the power of Superintendence, direction and Control of :
      1. Preparation of Electoral Rolls.
      2. Conducting of all Elections for –
        1. President
        2. Vice President
        3. Rajya Sabha
        4. Lok Sabha
        5. State Legislative Assembly
        6. Legislative Council
  2. Composition of Election Commission

    1. A chief election commissioner and not more than four Election Commissioner.
    2. The president decides the Strength of the commission time to time.
  3. Qualifications

The Qualifications of the members of the Election commission is not mentioned in the Constitution.

Appointment and Resignation

  1. The ECI is appointed by the president and may resign to  president.
  2. The person who have wide experience in public affairs like IAS officers are chosen for this post.
  3. There is as such no qualification defined for the ECI in the Constitution of India.

Tenure and Removal

  1. The tenure of ECI is 6 years or upto 65 years of age.
  2. The Chief Election Commissioner is removed by the process of Impeachment.
  3. The election Commissioner are removed by the president on the recommendation of Chief Election Commissioner.


  1. The ECI supervises Delimitation Commissions.
  2. It gives the recognition to political parties as National Party and State Party.
  3. The ECI allotes symbols to parties/ candidates.
  4. Also the ECI Monitors the Elections Expenditure.
    1. For eg. The Fund for Member of Parliament ( MP ) is 40 lakh with certified account.
  5. The ECI Imposes and Monitors the “Model Code of Conduct” ( An ethical code applicable on all parties and Candidates).
  6. The ECI directly indulges and solves Election Disputes.

Note: i) If Disputes are related to President and Vice President, the Disputes are heard in Supreme Court.

  1. ii) If Disputes are related to MP and MLA, then they are heard in High Court.
  2. The Current Chief Election commissioner of India is Nasim Zaidi.

Indian Polity Attorney General of India

Indian Polity Attorney General of India

Important Questions based on Indian Polity Attorney General of India

Q- The Provision of Financial Emergency is given in which article of Indian Constitution?

a) Article 340

b) Article 350

c) Article 360

d) Article 380

Q- Consider the following statements-

Statement I : A person Qualified to become the Judge of High Court is eligible to become AGI (Auditor and Comptroller General of India).

Statement II : A person Qualified to become the Judge of  Supreme Court is eligible to become AGI ( Auditor And Comptroller General of India).

a) Only Statement I is true

b) Only Statement II is true.

c) Both Statements are true.

d) None of the Statement is true.

e) None of these.

Q- The Attorney General of India is appointed by –

a) The Prime Minister

b) The President

c) The Chief Justice of India

d) None

Q- Who is the Current Attorney General of India?

a) Tirath Singh Thakur.

b) Shashikant Sharma

c) Mukul Rohtagi

d) Vinod Rai

“Financial Emergency”

Article 360 :

  1. If the president is satisfied that Financial Stability of India is under threat he shall impose Financial emergency by issuing a proclamation.
  2. Such a proclamation should be passed by both the houses by simple Majority within 2 months of its issue.
  3. This proclamation  shall remain in force until revoked by the president.

Effects of Financial Emergency-

  1. All the State Government can be directed to reduce their expenditure.
  2. All the Money bills and Financial Bills of the State can be reserved by the Governor for the Consideration of the president.
  3. Salaries and Incentives may be reduced including that of president.
  4. The Financial emergency has never been imposed so far in the Country.


Attorney General of India

  1. The post of the AGI is the part of Executive.
  2. A person Qualified to become Judge of Supreme Court can be appointed as Attorney General of India.
  3. The AGI is appointed by the President and no consultation is required in the appointment.
  4. Once appointment has taken place, then there is no fixed tenure and can continue until he resigns to the president.
  5. The AGI can be removed just by the President.
  6. As simple the appointment is as simple is the removal of the AGI.
  7. When the Government resigns Attorney General of India also resigns but not necessary, Still AGI resigns as per the Convention.
  8. Attorney General of India gives advice to president on legal Matters and performs all legal functions of Union Government i.e  represents union Govt. in courts.
  9. He is allowed to private legal practise but Shall not stand against union Government.
  10. He receives a fixed amount decided by the president as the salary.
  11. He can participate in all the proceedings of Parliament and its Committee’s ( If Nominated).But, he shall not vote on any proceedings.
  12. AGI is a  non-member  who can also attend but not vote.
  13. AGI is,assisted by the solicitor General of India and Additional Solicitor General of India.
  14. Current Attorney General of India is Mukul Rohtagi.

SSC CGL 2017 Eligibility

SSC CGL criteria for the year 2017 are given and all the details are below:

Staff Selection commission is the organization which help to recruit candidates for various departments and for various posts.its a combined exam for the various departments.

Staff Selection Commission recruit the candidate for two various posts which are given below:-

1. For the non technical group C posts for the government of India and for its various offices.

2. SSC also make recruitment for the Defense.

SSC CGL 2015 Criteria:

Service Selection Commission recruiting for various departments. The information about education qualification, age limit and nationality given below. the candidates who wants their dream government jobs they can check it and if they are eligible and interested and fulfilling their requirements they can apply.

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Education Qualification:

The aspirants who are going to apply for the SSC CGL exam must check the qualification criteria is required for the job. the every job have its own criteria means various jobs have various criteria. if you are going to apply the job then must have fulfill the educational qualification.

 Sr.No.  Post  Qualification Required
 1.  Assistant Post  Graduation Degree
2.  Sub Inspector (CBI)   Graduation Degree
 3.  Inspector (Excise)   Graduation Degree
 4.  Inspector(Income tax)   Graduation Degree
 5.  Inspector(Divisional Accountant)   Graduation Degree
 6.  Auditor / Accountant/ Junior Accountant  Graduation Degree
 7.  Compiler  Graduation Degree (Economics/Mathematics/Statistics)
 8.  Statistical investigator  Graduation Degree (Mathematics/Statistics)

Age criteria for SSC CGL 2017 :-

The age criteria is also different for different post which is given below:-

Age requirement for Assistant Post- 20-27 years

Age requirement for SI in CBI-20-25 years

Age requirement for all rest posts-18-27 years

The relaxation in age will be give as per the rules of the government of India

For OBC candidates-05 years

For SC/ST candidates-03 Years


1.The candidate must be citizen of India.

2.The candidate could be subject of Nepal

3. The candidate also could be subject of Bhutan.

4.The candidate could be Tibetan refugee who came over to India with the intention of fully settlement before January 1, 1962.

4.The candidate could be migrated from Pakistan, Srilanka, Berma and from east African countries who came over here with the mind of fully settlement and settled here permanently.but he must show his migration certificate issued by the Indian government if they ask to show.

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Some of the most poplar Frequently asked queswtions by the aspirants are given below:

1. For which departments SSC conducts the exam and what is the qualification needed?

Ans- SSC conduct exam for gradute level posts and matric level posts which are given below:

Graduate level- Assistants, Auditors/Jr.Accountants/Upper Division Clerks, Divisional Accountants, Inspectors of Income Tax/Central Excise, Sub-Inspectors in Central Police Organisations (CRPF, BSF, CISF, ITBP and SSB) and the CBI, Section Officer (Commercial) and Section Officer (Audit).

Matric Level- Stenographer Grade `C`, Stenographer Grade `D`, and Lower Division Clerks.

2.What are the age limitations For the posts Under Staff selection commission?

Ans- For the various posts under SSC the age relaxation is accoding to the Government of India for Other Backward caste (OBC) is 3 years and for SC/ST is 5 years. and for Ex- serviceman 5 years and for Physical handicapped 10 years.

3.Which category candidate can apply without cost?

Ans- SC/ST candidate, Physical handicapped and Ex- Serviceman can apply without cost.

4.What is procedure for the allotment of the center for the exam?

Ans- The examination centers alloted basically by the candidates choice when they filled the application form.but the sub centers allotted by the computer according to the ticket no.they also can shift the candidates liker handicapped, female to near by center if there are large no of candidates on that center.

5. What should we do when the category is incorrect in result?

Ans- The candidate must inform the SSC as soon as possible they will correct it.

6. SSC is conducting any coaching classes or not?

Ans- No, SSc is not conducting any coaching class.

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7.If a candidate did his eduaction from an open university he can apply?

Ans- Ye can apply, but the university must be authorized by govt of india.

8.What should do if the interview date is clash with another exam?

Ans-No change is prmissible, but yes if there is another interview held on that venue then then they can do something but you have to inform them before 10 days.

9.What should a candiadte do when he did not receive the admission certificate for the exam?

Ans- if you did not received you admission certificate then inform SSC on their notice board they will issue duplicate certificate.

10. What is the procedure of exam?

Ans- SSC conducted exam for both graduate and matric level each year. there are two written exam first one is preliminary if you pass it then you can apply for mains and after mains you can apply for tyhe interview. after interview you will get a call for skill test ( Typing, Stenography).


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