Judiciary Book 2 (Ch – 6) Practice Quiz Part 1 || Class 11 Political Science Chapter 6 Quiz in English ||

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Chapter – 6


This Practice quiz has the important objective questions for Class 11 Political Science Chapter 6 Judiciary in English. This practice quiz is helpful for the students who are in class 11 and have Political Science as a subject in the English Medium. Attempt this practice quiz to check your knowledge and the status of your preparation. This quiz is also helpful for the preparation of objective questions for the Class 11 Political Science in English Medium.

BoardCBSE Board, UP Board, JAC Board, Bihar Board, HBSE Board, UBSE Board, PSEB Board, RBSE Board
ClassClass 11
SubjectPolitical Science
Chapter no.Chapter 6
Chapter Name Judiciary
CategoryClass 11 Political Science Practice Quiz in English
Class 11 Political Science Chapter 6 Judiciary Quiz (Objective Questions) in English
Created on By Anshul Gupta

Class 11 Political science 2 C - 6 Judiciary (Part-1)

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Under which Article of the Indian Constitution, the High Courts have been given the power to issue writs?

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The Indian judiciary is divided into how many levels?

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In which part of the Constitution of India, provision has been made regarding High Courts?

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In which article of the Indian Constitution provision has been made for the constitution of the Supreme Court?

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Which one of the following is not a function of the Supreme Court of India?

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What is the maximum number of judges of Supreme Court of India including Chief Justice?

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The salaries and allowances of judges in India are determined by

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How have the functions and responsibilities of the Supreme Court been defined?

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Plato's concept of justice is described in which book?

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To whom do the High Court judges submit their resignations?

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What is main the function of the Judiciary?

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Which is the newly established high court of India?

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How many high courts are in India?

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"A civilised society cannot be imagined without the judiciary" is the statement of whom?

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Where can appeal against the decision of the High Courts be made?

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How Indian Judiciary Works?

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Who has the ultimate right to interpret the Constitution?

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Where is the Supreme Court of India situated?

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Judges in the Supreme and High Courts of India are appointed by whom among the following?

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What is the retirement age of High Court judges?

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