1) Consider the following statements with regard to legislators:
Assertion: Legislators are not full time employees and can be practicing advocates
Reason: Legislators are not deemed to be public servants
a) If both statements are correct and the reasoning is the reason for the assertion
b) If both statements are correct but the reasoning is not the reason for the assertion
c) If the assertion statement is correct but the reasoning statement is not
d) If the assertion statement is incorrect but the reasoning statement is correct
2) What do you understand by the concept of ‘data localisation’?
a) It requires the data to be completely collected from the country concerned and put to use for country’s welfare.
b) It requires data about a nation’s’ citizens or residents be collected, processed, and/or stored inside the country, often before being transferred internationally.
c) It requires international data to be deposited in the country that the MNCs are entering for business.
d) It requires data collected internationally to be regionally distributed as per the needs of the local area and population.
3) The Umesh Sinha Committee was constituted for what purpose?
a) To study the use and feasibility of lateral entry in civil services
b) Suggest changes to Representation of the People Act, 1951 (RP Act) in view of social media expansion
c) Suggest further reforms in the structure of GST and distribution of funds
d) Review AFSPA
4) What was the main issue of concern for the T.K. Vishwanathan Committee?
a) To deal with cybercrimes especially online hate speech
b) To suggest measures to strengthen banks and reduce NPAs
c) To deal with electoral reforms
d) To suggest measures to improve quality of primary education
5) Which of the following committees does not concern itself with the issue of lateral entry?
a) Alagh Committee
b) Hota Committee
c) Surendranath Committee
d) Jeevan Reddy Committee