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CBSE Notes 2011-2012 » IX-Social Science-Term2

Working of Institutions

The rise of Coalition politics has imposed certain constraints on the power of the Prime Minister. S...

Multiple choice question

The rise of Coalition politics has imposed certain constraints on the power of the Prime Minister. Select the valid points.
(i) The Prime Minister of a coalition government cannot take decision as he likes.
(ii) He has to lead to the views and positions ofthe Coalition partners and other parties.
(iii) In coalition government, power weilded by a Prime Minister depends on the personality of the person holding that position.
(iv) Prime Minister has to accommodate different groups and functions

Judiciary (court) can take up any dispute like (i) Between citizens and the judiciary (ii) Between c...

Multiple choice question

Judiciary (court) can take up any dispute like
(i) Between citizens and the judiciary
(ii) Between citizens and the government
(iii) Between two or more state governments
(iv) Between government at the Union and governments of
the other countries.
Observe the statements and select the best options

Which ofthe following statements is very much correct regarding Office Memorandum.

Multiple choice question

Which ofthe following statements is very much correct
regarding Office Memorandum.

Which one of the following decisions can one take if one is elected as President of India ? [CBSE CC...

Multiple choice question

Which one of the following decisions can one take if one
is elected as President of India ? [CBSE CCE 2010]

Which of the following statements about Judiciary is false ?

Multiple choice question

Which of the following statements about Judiciary is false ?

An assembly of people's representatives with the power to enact laws for a country is called a/an [C...

Multiple choice question

An assembly of people's representatives with the power to enact laws for a country is called a/an [CBSE CCE 2010]

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