SSC Indian Polity and Civics Sample Paper NCERT Sample Paper-7

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    Match the following:
    List-I (Parliamentary Terms) List-II (Meaning)
    A. Starred Question 1. One asked by a member on matters of public importance of urgent nature
    B. Unstarred Question 2. One for which the concerned minister has to lay on the table a written answer
    C. Short Notice Question 3. One for which an answer is required to be given by a minister on the floor of the House

    A) A\[\to \]1, B\[\to \]3, C\[\to \]2

    B) A\[\to \]3, B\[\to \]1, C\[\to \]2

    C) A\[\to \]2, B\[\to \]3, C\[\to \]1

    D) A\[\to \]3, B\[\to \]2, C\[\to \]1

    Correct Answer: D

    Solution :

    Questions are of four types:-- Starred, Unstarred, Short Notice Questions and Questions addressed to private Members: A Starred Question is one to which a member desires an oral answer in the House and which is distinguished by an asterisk mark. When a question is answered orally, supplementary questions can be asked thereon. Only 20 questions can be listed for oral answer on a day. An Unstarred Question is one which is not called for oral answer in the House and on which no supplementary questions can consequently be asked. To such a question, a written answer is deemed to have been laid on the Table after the Question Hour by the Minister to whom it is addressed. It is printed in the official report of the sitting of the House for which it is put down. Only 230 questions can be listed for written answer on a day. In addition to this, 25 more questions can also be included in the Unstarred List relating to the States under Presidential Rule and the total number of questions in the list of Unstarred Questions for a day may not exceed 255 in relaxation of normal limit of 230 questions. A Short Notice Question is one which relates to a matter of urgent public importance and can be asked with shorter notice than the period of notice prescribed for an ordinary question. Like a starred question, it is answered orally followed by supplementary questions. The Question to a Private Member is addressed to the Member himself/herself and it is asked when the subject matter of it pertains to a Bill, Resolution or any matter relating to the Business of the House for which that Member is responsible. For such Questions, the same procedure is followed as in the case of Questions addressed to a Minister with such variations as the Speaker may consider necessary or convenient.

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