The Auditor General of India (CAG) is an independent constitutional authority responsible for auditing the accounts of the Government of India and its agencies. The CAG is appointed by the President of India and reports to the Parliament. The CAG plays an important role in ensuring transparency and accountability in the government.

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Q. Who appoints the Comptroller and Auditor General of India?

 ◉ speaker

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 ◉ Prime minister

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 ◉ Vice -president

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 ◉ President

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Q. Who among the following was appointed as the Vice President and Auditor General of the World Bank on 23 May 2014?

 ◉ Hiroshi Naka

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 ◉ Roton chase

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 ◉ Jason Mohammed

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 ◉ James Neesham

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Q. Who has been recently appointed as new Comptroller and Auditor General in May 2013?

 ◉ Ashok Kumar

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 ◉ Shashi Kant Sharma

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 ◉ Arvind Kejriwal

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 ◉ Vinod Rai

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Q. By whom is the Comptroller and Auditor General of India appointed?

 ◉ Planning Commission

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 ◉ President

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 ◉ Parliament

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 ◉ Prime minister

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Q. The parliamentary committee which scrutinizes the report of the Comptroller and Auditor General of India is called?

 ◉ Lok Sabha Committee

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 ◉ Judicial committee

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 ◉ Democracy committee

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 ◉ None of them

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Q. Institutions like Supreme Court, Election Commission, Union Public Service Commission, Office of the Comptroller and Auditor General have one common feature, what is that?

 ◉ those constitutional bodies

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 ◉ They are voluntary organization

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 ◉ They are all ruled by the President

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 ◉ None of them

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Q. To whom does the Comptroller and Auditor General of India act as the chief accountant and auditor?

 ◉ Parliament

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 ◉ Judiciary

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 ◉ For Union and State Governments

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 ◉ president

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Q. The parliamentary committee to scrutinize the report of the Comptroller and Auditor General of India is-

 ◉ Public Accounts Committee

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 ◉ none of these

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 ◉ select committee

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 ◉ assessment committee

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Q. How many years is the tenure of the Comptroller and Auditor General of India?

 ◉ 2 years

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 ◉ 6 years

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 ◉ 4 years

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 ◉ 5 year

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Q. To whom does the Comptroller and Auditor General of India act as a friendly philosopher and guide?

 ◉ Finance Ministry

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 ◉ Public accounting committee

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 ◉ Estimation committee

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 ◉ Public undertaking committee

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Q. Who has the final responsibility to act on the observations of the Comptroller and Accountant General of India?

 ◉ Vice -presidential

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 ◉ President's

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 ◉ Prime minister

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 ◉ Information and propagation minister

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Q. In which article of the Indian Constitution, the provision of "Comptroller and Auditor General" has been made?

 ◉ Article 148 to 161

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 ◉ Article 138 to 191

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 ◉ in articles 148 to 151

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 ◉ Article 142 to 155

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