The Central Council of Ministers

1. The Indian Parliamentary system is modelled on the

British model
Irish model
Canadian model
Australian model

2. The Council of Minister should not exceed what percentage of the total strength of the Lok Sabha?

10%
15%
20%
25%

3. Which Amendment Act limited the strength of the Council of Ministers to 15% of the strength of the Lok Sabha?

42nd Amendment Act
91st Amendment Act
62nd Amendment Act
78th Amendment Act

4. Which Article talks about Council of Minister to aid and advice the President?

Article 71
Article 72
Article 73
Article 74

5. Which Article talks about Collective Responsibility of the Council of Minister?

Article 76
Article 77
Article 75
Article 74

6. Which of the following is untrue?

The President can remove a minister even at the time council of the minister even at a time the council of minister enjoys the confidence of Lok Sabha.
The President cannot remove a minister even at the time council of the minister even at a time the council of minister enjoys the confidence of Lok Sabha.
The President can remove a minister only on the advice of the Prime Minister
Article 75 talks about Individual responsibility

7. The members of the Council of Minister are appointed by?

The President
The Prime Minister
The Speaker
Indirect Voting

8. Which Article talks about the 'cabinet'?

Article 89
Article 352
Article 45
Article 76

9. Which Article talks about the Rights of Ministers as Respects the house?

Article 77
Article 78
Article 88
Article 75

10. The provision that Council of Ministers shall not exceed 15% of the total strength of the Lok Sabha was added by which Amendment Act?

91st Amendment Act
97th Amendment Act
99th Amendment Act
94th Amendment Act