Polity Questions and Answers

Indian Polity and governance form an important part of the civil services exam syllabus. Questions based on the same are asked in the two written examinations for UPSC recruitment. In this article, BYJU’S brings to you a compiled list of Polity questions important from prelims and mains perspective.

The answers to the questions below have been given by IAS experts, and candidates can get brief and crisp answers to these questions based on important topics. These topics have been picked from UPSC Syllabus, especially based on the General Studies II paper of the mains examination.

Constitution, political systems and patterns, fundamental rights, parliaments, etc. constitute a part of the polity syllabus for the two phases of the exam and questions given below will help candidates get upfront and unambiguous answers to all polity questions for exam preparation.

NRC: National Register of Citizens, 1951 is a register prepared after the conduct of the Census of 1951 in respect of each village, showing the...
The Social Security Code, 2020amends and consolidates the laws relating to social security with the goal to extend social security to all...
Section 142 of the Social Security Code, 2020 has been notified by the Ministry of Labour & Employment covering the applicability of Aaadhar....
National Social Security Board has been constituted for recommending formulation of social security schemes viz. Life and disability cover,...
In 2019, the Central Government introduced four bills on labour codes to consolidate 29 central laws. These are: The Code on Wages, 2019 The...
Gratuity refers to the amount that an employer pays his employee, in return for services offered by him to the company. However, only those...
Section 24 of Industrial Dispute Act, 1947 provides that a strike in contravention of sections 22 and 23 is illegal. A strike or a lockout shall...
Social security is divided by the Indian government into seven branches like health Insurance and Medical Benefit; old age/retirement benefits;...
Minimum wage actto provide for fixing minimum rates of wages in certain employments. It gives both the Central government and State government...
The National Board shall consist of the following members, namely: Union Minister for Labour and Employment-Chairperson, ex officio;  The...
Ministry of Labour and employment introduced four Bills in 2019 to amalgamate 29 central laws related to labour laws. These bills regulate: (i)...
The main aim of the Citizenship Amendment Act, 2019 is to give Indian citizenship to illegal migrants of 6 communities i.e. Hindu, Sikh,...
The Arbitration and Conciliation Amendment Act 2021, which was passed into law on 10 March 2021 follows the Arbitration and Conciliation...
The Citizenship Act was last amended in 2019. The main aim of the Citizenship Amendment Act, 2019 is to give Indian citizenship to illegal...
The Constitution (Scheduled Tribes) Order (Amendment) Bill, 2021 was introduced in Rajya Sabha by the Minister for Tribal Affairs, Mr. Arjun...
Citizenship Amendment Bill 2019: The 2019 Bill seeks to make illegal migrants who are Hindus, Sikhs, Buddhists, Jains, Parsis and Christians...
The Constitution (One Hundred and Fifth Amendment) Act, 2021 is the latest amendment in Indian Constitution 2021. The Bill seeks to restore the...
The Citizenship Act, 1955 was amended 6 times in 1986, 1992, 2003, 2005, 2015 and 2019. The purpose of the Citizenship Amendment Act, 2019 is to...
As of October 2021, there have been 105 amendments to the Constitution of India since it was first enacted in 1950. The Constitution (One Hundred...
The Vice President is the second citizen of India. Venkaiah Naidu is the current vice president of India since 2017. Further Reading:...

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