Which of the following compared the District Collector to a tortoise on whose back stood the elephant of the Government of India?
Who of the following act as the Returning officer for elections to parliamentary and assembly constituencies?
The functions performed by the Chief Secretary at the state level are performed at the Central level by: 1. Cabinet Secretary 2. Rural Development Secretary 3. Defence Secretary 4. Personal Secretary
Which of the following department at the district level is headed by the District Collector?
Which of the following is the basic territorial unit of administration in India?
Which of the following statements are correct regarding the powers of the Governor to reserve a bill for the consideration of the President? 1. It is laid down in Article 200. 2. It is not a discretionary power of the Governor. 3. It is compulsory, if the bill endangers the position of High Court. 4. He can reserve any bill passed by the state legislature. 5. It is a discretionary power of the Governor.
District administration stands for: 1. Law and oder administration within a district 2. Revenue administration a district 3. Development administration within a district 4. Public administration within a district
The office of the District Collector was created in India in:
The Chief Secretary is described as a Residual Legatee which menas that:
The correct statement regarding the difference between the pardoning powers of President and Governor are: 1.The Governor can pardon sentences inflicted by court martial while the President cannot. 2.The President can pardon death sentence while Governor cannot. 3.The Governor can pardon death sentance while the President cannot. 4.The President can pardon sentences inflicted by court martial while the Governor cannot.
The District and sessions judge works directly under the control of:
Arrange the following in ascending order. 1. Tehsil 2. Sub-division 3. Village 4. Pargana
Which of the following is correctly matched?
Panchayati Raj from of rural local government was adopted first by (in the order):
Money bill can be introduced on the state legislature only on the recommendation of:
Which of the following statements are true about the governor of a state? 1. The executive power of the state is vested in him. 2. He must have attained 35 years of age. 3. He hokd office the pleasure of the President. 4. The ground for his removal are laid down in the Constitution.
The District Collector belongs to which of the following department of the state government?
According to the Balwantray Mehta Committee, the District Collector should be:
Which of the following are the feature of a notified area committee? 1. It is set up by an act of a state legislature. 2. It is constitutes for a newly developing town. 3. Its powers are similar to the powers of the Municipal Council. 4. It is entirely a nominated body. 5. Its Chairman is elected by the members of the committee? 1. It is set up by an act of a state legislature. 2. It is constitited for a newly developing town. 3. Its power are similar to the powers of the Minicipal Council. 4. It is entirely a nominated body. 5. Its Chairman is elected by tha members of the committee.
In which of the following states the District Collector is known as the district magistrate? 1. Jammu and Kashmir 2.Uttar Pradesh 3.Assam 4.West Bengal
Which of the following is a committee on Panchayati Raj institutions?
A President's rule can be imposed in a state under the provisions of: 1.Article 356 2.Article 360 3.Article 352 4.Article 365
The Balwantray Mehta Committee was a committee on:
District Judges are appointed by:
"The state shall take steps to organise village Panchayats and endow them with such powers as may be necessary to enable them to function as units of self-government." This provision is mentioned in:
The office of a District collector eas created by:
Which of the following statements are ture about the Chief Secretary? 1. He acts as the chief public relations officer of the Government. 2. He acts as the channel of communications in intergovernmental matters. 3. He is the only advisor to the Chief Minister. 4. In 1974, the post of the Chief Secretary was brought on par with that of the Secretary to the Government of India.
The recommendations of the Ashok Mehta Committee on Panchayati Raj are: 1. Creation of a two-tier system 2. Reservation of seats for SCs and STs 3. Compulsory powers of taxation to Panchayati Raj institutions 4. Open participation of political parties in Panchayati Raj affairs 5. If superceded, elections must be held within one year.
Which of the following are the common functions performed by the Chief Secretary and the Cabinet Secretary? 1.Both are chief corrdinators of their respective administrations. 2.Both are chief advisors to their respective chief executives. 3.Both are administrative heads of their respective secretariats. 4.Both are secretaries to their respectrive cabinets. 5.Both are administrative heads of their respective cabinet secretariats.
At the district level, the Collector or the Deputy Commissioner should be the captain the team of officers of al development departments and should be made fully responsible for securing thr necessary coordination and cooperation in the preparation and execution of the district plans for community development." The above statement is associated with: