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The Group usage here is a little cumbersome, so I am creating this thread to make sure that all questions with doubts stay in one place. Can someone push all the doubts and queries here? I will make this an announcement?


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please re-evaluate Q28) of Test no 2. Your answer key says C)1&2only is correct. But the word secular was added by 42nd constitutional amendment 1976. So answer should be A) 1 only

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@Chanakya  Secular word in the constitution was already present in Article 25 from the starting. 42nd ammendment added secular word to the preamble.

Question says "Constitution" and not Preamble.


Also, please form a whatsapp group instead of discussing here in haywire form

SFG Test 4 Q2 Asks which is NOT Ans has to be B not C

@khaldrogo @root  sir question 02 key is incorrect it asked about not features of 1947 act.


Can anyone clarify question no 21,is the option reverse tranche position intentionally given in place of reserve tranche position or is there any reverse tranche position in economy.

Test 4: Question 6) Bicameralism is feature of Indian Parliamentary system, right?

troae said

Test 4: Question 6) Bicameralism is feature of Indian Parliamentary system, right?

Bicameralism is not a feature of parliamentary form of govt rather it's feature of federal form of govt.

There are many corrections in the answer key of Test 4, I hope a revised answer key will soon be provided.

Also question no. 39, basic structure, option d, would be correct- harmony and balance b/w structure of Indian Constitution, So. eco. justice, and mandate to build welfare state.

@Steve no the key is crct,the option is given harmony & balance btw fr n fd,but basic structure is btw fr & dpsp


Look into question no. 21 

Answer should be D

@Patrick_jane han, thank you for pointing it out to me!!


Kindly explain question no. 19 3rd statement

Can any one share the link of RANKLIST, if they published it anywhere else.
@subu it is not under viceroy,civil services are placed under secretary of state.


@subu It should be RESERVE Tranche Position...there is no such concept as Reverse Tranche Position.


I asked the invigilator in my classroom about the Reverse option. He went out, asked someone and told me that it is Reserve. I conveyed the same to the teacher who discusses the test, he told me that he'll consider my case.

He also said that we should take care about such questions. Even though it was a mistake, it was prudent to stick to the options 100%


Question 12:          Portifolio system was introduced in 1859 after Govt of India Act 1858 , so he was a viceroy and not Governor -General of India

Q2 :  Issue of Not

Q6:  Bicameralism is a feature of Indian parliamentary system since there are many countries like Sweden which has parliamentary unicameral system

Q40 option b :  Was secular present in original constitution?



Thinker said

@subu It should be RESERVE Tranche Position...there is no such concept as Reverse Tranche Position.


Kindly don't make vague option just by typo errors. 

12. Viceroy was just a title, meaning "representative of the crown", bestowed upon Governor General of India, by Act of 1858 and revoked by Act of 1947. However, he was GG-of India all through.
Even Lord Mountbatten and C Rajagopalachari were GG-of India after Act of 1947.

2. Revised key

6. Parliamentary system may be bicameral or unicameral(Sweden). Bicameralism is key feature of Indian Federalism, nothing directly related to Parliamentary system.

40. Kindly refer Article 25(2) of Indian Constitution. - Secular existed earlier too.
42nd CAA added it in preamble; (not in Constitution for the first time)

I hope I have answered all parts.


This is with respect to Q21 of Test4 (week 2)."Reverse tranche position" is a part of the foreign exchange reserve.So, the right option is "D" (all of the above)Kindly make the changes and release the revised answer



@root is there some way this can be made an announcement like "old forum" ?

@root  @jack_Sparrow  Is there anyway we can go to the last read comment. I need to scroll down to the each comment, even if I have read it previously.

W.rt Question no. 4 of Test no 5.. The third option is..

"Exercise of powers of the president without the advice of council of ministers shall be unconstitutional."

deemed as Correct in answer key..

But isn't it only the "Executive power" which must be based on advice of council of ministers...since in other cases having Situational discretion president can act without advice of council of ministers.


Question no. 49,  statement 2. Only 1 person was elected President twice.

It is correct as Rajendra Prasad is only one.

And Question has asked incorrect statement (s). But key has d option- neither 1 or 2.


In question no. 26

Both statements are correct regarding Vice-president's removal- statement 1: removed by resolution of RS by absolute majority and agreed by LS.

2: No ground in Constitution for same.

Answer key says b-only 2 correct.

Please check!


@Steve for vice president removal it's effective majority not absolute majority.. so the given answer is correct.


please reevaluate  Q no. 4   -Test no. 5

particularly statement no. 2

Even after the dissolution of Lok Sabha the president is bound by the advice of th council of ministers. 

@Deepak_mane it's correct.. doubt is w.r.t option 3.. since it mentions power instead of "executive power"