Karnataka State Board Social Science Social Science Part 2 Class 6 Chapter 7 The Union Government, State Government and Judiciary Exercise Question and Answer.
1) Discuss in groups and answer.
A) Which are the three organs of the Union Government?
Ans:-The three organs are:-
B) What are the qualifications required to become a member of Lok Sabha?
Ans:-The qualifications required to become a member of Lok Sabha are:-
They must have Indian citizenship.
They must be above 25 years old.
There is no chance for the persons who have sentenced imprisonment.
One should not be insolvent.
C) Who is the head of Indian republic?
Ans:-President is the head of Indian republic.
2) Discuss in groups and answer.
A) Name the house whose members are directly elected by the voters.
Ans:-Lok sabha members are directly elected by the voters.
B) In which house will be the elected representatives of the teachers?
Ans:-In upper house(Legislative council) will be the elected representatives of the teachers are
C) Who is the M.L.A of your Constituency?
Ans:-Member of legislative assembly is called M.L.A. He or she is elected directly by voters
D) What are the main powers and functions of the chief minister?
Ans:-The powers and functions of the chief minister:-
Governor appoints ministers who are suggested by the chief minister.
Chief minister can drop the other ministers.
Chief minister has to maintain a good relationship with the central ministry so that one state can get many opportunities.
3) Discuss in groups and answer.
A) What are the main functions of the Judiciary?
Ans:-The judiciary runs according to Constitution. Government can not interface in it. Judiciary takes decision between one person and other person or one can challenge government in Judiciary system. Judiciary can take decisions against the government and government has to obey it. Judiciary takes decision according to evidence and one can get justice if he or she has the evidence. Judiciary basically protects the legal rights of citizens.
B) Which is the highest court of law in your country?
Ans:-Supreme court is the highest court of law in my country.
C) What are the qualifications necessary to be a high court judge?
Ans:-The qualifications necessary to be a high court judge:-
- One must have Indian citizenship.
- One have to serve as a judge in judiciary at least for ten years or as an advocate in high court at least for ten years.