24th October Daily MCQ for UPSC answers


24th October Daily MCQ for UPSC answers

Following are the names of which body?

Anchalic Panchayats, Janpad Panchayats and Anchal Samities.

A- Village Level Panchayat
B- Intermediate Level Panchayat
C- District Level Panchayat
D- Judicial Body (Nyaya Panchayat)

•There are various names to the Panchayat bodies (at all three levels) all over India.

•All over India there is a 3-tier structure.

Anchalic Panchayats, Janpad Panchayats and Anchal Samities are called Intermediate Level Panchayat

DESIRE IAS, [25.10.18 22:13]
Consider the Following statements

1- Wholesale Price Index (WPI) does not represent the inflation in services
2- Consumer Price Index (CPI) represents the inflation in services also
3-CPI and WPI represent the inflation of imported components also
4- GDP deflator captures the inflation of the goods and services produced domestically

Select the correct answer using the code given below:
A-1,2 only
B-1,2,3 only
C-2,3,4 only
D- All of the above

MCQ Source- 12th new NCERT Macro, Page 27

DESIRE IAS, [25.10.18 22:13]
Q- Consider the following statements regarding ‘Open Market Operations’

1- It results in an increase or decrease in Monetary Base
2- It results in an increase or decrease of Money Supply
3- It is managed by RBI but securities are bought and sold by commercial banks & not RBI
4- Securities are bought and sold by RBI

Select the correct answer using the code given below:

A- 2,3 only
B-2,4 only
C-1,2,4 only
D- All of the above


MCQ Source-12th new NCERT Macro, Page 45

DESIRE IAS, [25.10.18 22:14]
Which is/are true regarding features of PESA Act, 1996?

1- Gram Sabha shall identify beneficiaries under poverty alleviation programs.
2- The recommendations of the Gram Sabha is mandatory prior to grant of prospecting license for minor minerals.
3 -Gram Sabha owns minor forest produce.
4 – Every Panchayat at the village level shall be required to obtain from the Gram Sabha a certification of utilisation of funds.

a. 1, 2 and 3
b. 1, 2 and 4
c. 2, 3 and 4
d. All of the above



During impeachment proceedings, a committee is constituted to investigate the charges against the judge. Who of the following are members of the committee?

1- Speaker of India.
2- A distinguished Jurist.
3-Vice-President of India.
4- A Chief Justice of High Court.

A- 1, 2, 3
B-1, 2, 4
C-2, 4
D-All of the above

Tenure of Judges of Supreme Court –
• The tenure of Supreme Court judges is not fixed by the Constitution.

But it has following provisions –

(a) He shall hold office until he attains the age of 65 years.

(b) Any question regarding the age of the judge will be determined by such authority and in such way as determined by Parliament.

(c) He can resign his office by writing to the president.

(d) He can be removed from his office by the President on the recommendation of the Parliament on grounds of proved misbehavior or incapacity.

Removing a Judge of Supreme Court –
• A Judge of the Supreme Court shall not be removed from his office except by an order of the President.

• The President can issue the order only after an address by the Parliament has been presented to him in the same session.

• Address must be supported by a special majority of each House of Parliament.

• Special majority is a majority of the total membership of that House and a majority of not less than 2/3rd of the members of that House present and voting.

• There are 2 grounds of removal – proved misbehavior or incapacity.

The procedure relating to the removal of a judge of the Supreme Court by the process of impeachment is regulated by The Judges Enquiry Act (1968) –

1. Removal motion signed by 100 members (for Lok Sabha) or 50 members (for Rajya Sabha) is to be given to the Speaker/Chairman.

2. The Speaker/Chairman may admit or refuse the motion.

3. If admitted, a 3-member committee is formed by the Speaker/Chairman to investigate into the charges.

4. The committee should consist of –

(a) the chief justice or a judge of the Supreme Court;

(b) a chief justice of a High Court; and

(c) a distinguished jurist.

5. The House can take up the consideration of the motion, if the committee finds the judge to be guilty of misbehavior or suffering from incapacity.

6. On passing the motion by each House of Parliament by special majority, an address is presented to the president for removal of the judge.

7. Lastly, the president passes an order removing the judge.
• The only case of attempt of impeachment is that of Justice V. Ramaswami of the Supreme Court (1991-1993), which was defeated in Lok Sabha.

• Thus, no judge of the Supreme Court has been impeached up to now.