GK Quiz on Elections in India
GK Quiz on Elections in India | On April 11, the world’s largest democracy embarked on a six-week long vote for a new parliament, which selected Narendra Modi as the Prime Minister of India. Here is the Quiz to check out how well you are updated about Elections in India.
1. Which article of the Constitution concerns elections to the Lok Sabha and the Assemblies?
a) Article 323
b) Article 324
c) Article 325
d) Article 326
2. The ____________ Amendment of the Constitution lowered the voting age of elections to the Lok Sabha and to the Legislative Assemblies of States from 21 years to 18 years.
3. The Electronic Voting Machines used in the Indian elections can record a maximum of ___________ votes.
4. Electoral Photo Identity Cards (EPIC) were introduced for the first time in _________.
5. ____________ is the only Lok Sabha constituency that has consistently voted for the national winning party in every election since 1977.
b) Gandhi Nagar
6. What is the full form of VVPAT?
a) Voter Verification Poll Audit Trail
b) Voter Verifiable People And Test
c) Voter Verification Post Automatic Turnout
d) Voter Verifiable Paper Audit Trail
7. Tashigang in ___________ is the highest polling station in the world.
a) Arunachal Pradesh
b) Himachal Pradesh
c) Jammu and Kashmir
8. The electronic voting machines have been used in all general and state assembly elections of India since ____________.
9. Who has become the youngest Member of Parliament (MP)?
a) Nisha Patel
b) Swapna Chaudary
c) Chandrani Murmu
d) Kavitha Kulkarni
10. In Lok Sabha Election, how much money is required to pay by a Contestant to an electoral authority before he or she is permitted to stand for election?
a) Rs 10,000
b) Rs 15,000
c) Rs 20,000
d) Rs 25,000
11. When does the Candidate loose his security deposit?
a) When he/she fails to secure more than one-third of the total valid votes
b) When he/she fails to secure more than one-fourth of the total valid votes
c) When he/she fails to secure more than one-fifth of the total valid votes
d) When he/she fails to secure more than one-sixth of the total valid votes
12. What is the composition of the indelible ink used in the elections in India?
a) Silver nitrate
b) Lead nitrate
c) Silver bromide
d) Lead bromide
13. __________ is the only company in India authorised to produce indelible ink, which is used in elections to prevent people from voting multiple times.
a) Kochi Paints and Varnish Limited
b) Ernakulam Paints and Varnish Limited
c) Mysore Paints and Varnish Limited
d) Mumbai Paints and Varnish Limited