Manipur PSC Question-Paper Contributed by Miya updated on Nov 2021
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Manipur PSC Question-Paper

                  Manipur PSC Previous Year Paper

1. The Constitution is silent in the Directive Principles about
(A) living wages for workers 
(B) legal aid to the Poor 
(C) compulsory primary education 
(D) adult education

2. The President of India is
(A) the Head of the Government 
(B) the Head of the State 
(C) the Head of the State as well as of the Government 
(D) None of the above

3. The President can be impeached for
(A) violating the Constitution 
(B) disregarding the Parliament 
(C) not taking the Prime Minister’s advice 
(D) All the above

4. The Vice-President is elected for a term of
(A) 5 years 
(B) 7 years 
(C) 6 years 
(D) 4 years

5. Ministers in the Union Cabinet are appointed by
(A) the President 
(B) the Prime Minister 
(C) the President on the advice of the Prime Minister 
(D) the Prime Minister on the advice of the President

6. The main characteristic of the Cabinet system is
(A) inclusion of the President 
(B) leadership of the Prime Minister 
(C) cabinet decisions are notbindings on all Ministers 
(D) All the above

7. Generally all important decisions are taken by
(A) the Council of Ministers 
(B) the Cabinet 
(C) the Prime Minister 
(D) the Prime Minister and the Parliamentary Secretaries

8. The constituents of India’s Parliament are the Lok Sabha, the Rajya Sabha and
(A) the Prime Minister 
(B) the President 
(C) the Council of Ministers 
(D) None of the above

9. The States are represented in the Rajya Sabha
(A) on the basis of equality
(B) in proportion to the territories of the States
(C) in proportion to the States’ population
(D) in proportion to the members of the State Legislatures

1O. Which of tJle following is not a Union Territory?
(A) Daman and Diu, 
(B) Dadra and Nagar Haveli 
(C) Pondicherry 
(D) Mizoram

11. The Legislative Council.
(A) has a term of six years 
(B) has a term of five years 
(C) has a permanent House 
(D) has a term of two years

12. The procedure for the amendment of the Indian Constitution is given in
(A) Article 358 
(B) Article 320 
(C) Article 368 
(D) Article 370

13. The 42nd Constitution Amendment Act added a chapter on
(A) the Preamble of the Constitution 
(B) the Fundamental Rights 
(C) the Fundamental Duties 
(D) All the above

14. The members of the UPSC are
(A) elected by the people 
(B) elected by the Parliament 
(C) appointed by the President 
(D) appointed by the Council of Ministers

15. Socialist pattern comes through
(A) free economy 
(B) mixed economy 
(C) public economy 
(D) None of the above

16. In a free economy, inequalities of income are mainly due to
(A) free competition 
(B) private property only 
(C) private property and inheritance 
(D) difference in the marginal productivity of labour

17. Which of the following is the cause of economic insecurity?
(A) Poverty 
(B) Unemployment 
(C) Fall in real wages 
(D) All the above

18. National income is
(A) income of the Government 
(B) budget of the Government 
(C) sum total of factor incomes 
(D) profits of the public undertakings

19. The Planning Commission was set up by the Government of India in
(A) 1944 
(B) 1947 
(c) 1950 
(D) 1951

2O. Indian industries have never suffered from
(A) decrease in demand 
(B) power shortage 
(C) labour unrest 
(D) transportation bottlenecks

21. Which of the following is not a basic industry?
(A) Iron and steel 
(B) Fertilizer 
(c) Paper 
(D) Cement

22. Tine All India Khadi and Village Industries Board was set uP during the
(A) First Plan 
(B) second Plan 
(C) Third Pibn 
(D) Fourth Plan

23. IDBI is a
(A) bank 
(B) board 
(C) bureau 
(D) corporation

24. Financial distribution between the Union and the States takes place on the basis of the recommendation of
(A) the Planning Commission
(B) the sarkaria commission
(C) the Inter-State Council
(D) the Finance Commission

25. Which of the following is exclusively – concerned with the credit needs of alt types of agricultural and rural development in India?
(A) RBI 
(B) SBI 
(c) IBRD