Indian Politics, Socio Economics Development in India

Indian Politics Questions and Answers (MCQs from previous entrance exams)

Question and Answer Set – 1

Question and Answer Set – 2

Question and Answer Set – 3

Question and Answer Set – 4

Question and Answer Set – 1a

Question and Answer Set – 2a

Question and Answer Set – 3a

Politics of India runs in a structure of a federal[1] parliamentary[2] multi-party[3] democratic republic modeled.

[1] A system of government in which the individual states of a country have control over their own affairs, but are controlled by a central government for national decisions.

[2] Group of people are elected to make and change the laws of a country

[3] Two or more political parties have the capacity to gain control of government separately or in coalition

According to India’s constitution, India is a “sovereign socialist secular democratic republic.” The Prime Minister of India is the head of government.

The economic development in India: In India states have large responsibilities over their economics as our economy follows state-ownership of many sectors. The economic development in India is followed by socialist-inspired policies. We have witnessed the rapid growth of Indian economy over the past years. India ranks second worldwide in farm output. In factory output India is fourteenth in the world. India’s Service Industry is growing rapidly with an employment of 23% of the work force. Indian government has approved significant banking reforms. The oil and natural sectors are performing extremely well.