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

Working of Institutions

The President of India is elected by (CBSE CCE 2010)

Multiple choice question

The President of India is elected by (CBSE CCE 2010)

Which of the following institutions can make changes to an existing law of the country ?

Multiple choice question

Which of the following institutions can make changes to an existing law of the country ?

Who is the Real Executive of the Indian Union ?

Multiple choice question

Who is the Real Executive of the Indian Union ?

Distinguish between Political executive and Permanent executive. Choose the correct options. (i) Pol...

Multiple choice question

Distinguish between Political executive and Permanent executive. Choose the correct options.
(i) Political executives are elected by the President and Permanent executives are appointed by the people.
(ii) Political executives are elected by the people whereas Permanent executives are appointed by the President and selected through the competitive examinations.
(iii) Political executives are selected for the limited time period i.e. for five years but Permanent executives remain in their office till their retirement.
(iv) Political executives are responsible to the parliament but Permanent executives are accountable to the people.

Why do democratic governments insist on Institutions ? (i) Institutions make it difficult to have a ...

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Why do democratic governments insist on Institutions ?
(i) Institutions make it difficult to have a good decision
taken very quickly
(ii) Make it easy to rush through a bad decision
(iii) Institutions provide an opportunity for a wider set of
people to be consulted in any decision
(iv) In order to have delayed and complicated decision,

Select the preferred points related to the importance of Parliament on the basis of your understandi...

Multiple choice question

Select the preferred points related to the importance of Parliament on the basis of your understanding.
(i) The final law making authority
(ii) Its the institution which solves the dispute between States and Unions
(iii) It executes the law
(iv) It controls all the money that government have.

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