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CCS Conduct Rule 1964

CENTRAL CIVIL SERVICE  (CONDUCT) RULES-1964



MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTION

1. CCS Conduct Rules come into force on

A. 1965

B. 1964

C. 1956

D. 1942

2. CCS Conduct Rules apply to....

A. Every person appointed to a civil service

B. Every civilian in defense service

C. Both A & B

D. None of these

3. CCS conduct Rules not apply to ....

A. a railway servant as defined in Section 3 of the Indian Railways Act, 1890

B. a person holding a post in the Railway Board and is subject to the Railway Services (Conduct) Rules

C. holding any post under the administrative control of the Railway Board or of the Financial Commissioner of Railways

D. a holder of any post in respect of which the President has, by a general or special order, directed that these rules shall not apply

E. a member of an All India Service

F. All the above


4. Short title, commencement and application defined in _____ of CCS conduct rules.

A. Sec 2.

B. Sec 3.

C. Sec 1.

D. Sec 4.


5. Definitions are defined in ______of CCS Conduct rules

A. Sec 2.

B. Sec 3.

C. Sec 1.

D. Sec 4.


6. Members of family in relation to a Government servant is defined in Rule___

A. Rule 2(a)

B. Rule 2(b)

C. Rule 2(c)

D. Rule 2(d)


7. Government means in CCS Conduct Rules

A. State government

B. Central government

C. Both A & B

D. None of these


8. Every government servant shall at all times

A. Maintain absolute integrity

B. Maintain devotion to duty

C. Do nothing which is unbecoming of a government servant

D. All the above


9. In sec 3-A of CCS Conduct rules explained

A. Observance of Government’s policies

B. Prohibition of sexual harassment of working women

C. Promptness and Courtesy

D. All the above


10. No Government servant shall.....

A. In the performance of his official duties, act in a discourteous manner

B. In his official dealings with the public or otherwise adopt dilatory tactics or willfully cause delays in disposal of the work assigned to him

C. Both the A & B

D. None of these

11. Observance of Government’s policies defined in ____of CCS Conduct rules

A. Sec 3-A

B. Sec 3-B

C. Sec 3-C

D. Sec 3-D


12. Prohibition of sexual harassment of working women defined in ____of CCS Conduct rules.

A. Sec 3-A

B. Sec 3-B

C. Sec 3-C

D. Sec 3-D


13. For the purpose of Sec 3-C of these rule “sexual harassment” includes such unwelcome sexually determined behavior whether directly or otherwise as:-

A. Physical contact as advances

B. Demand or request for sexual favours

C.Sexually colored remarks

D. Showing any pornography; or any other unwelcome physical, verbal or nonverbal conduct of a sexual nature

E. All the above


14. Mark the correct option

A. Govt servant who may be convicted in a criminal court to inform his official superiors of the fact of his conviction and the circumstances

B. Failure ton the part of any Govt servant so to inform his official superiors will render him liable to disciplinary action on this ground alone

C. Govt servant who may arrested for any reason to intimate the fact of his arrest and the circumstances connected therewith to his official superior promptly even though he might have subsequently been released on bail.

D. All the above


15. Mark the incorrect option

A. To joining educational institution by Govt servants outside normal office hours should be take prior permission before joining educational institutions or courses of studies for universities degree

B. Participation in Shramadan organized by govt department or the Bharath sevak samaj can be permitted

C. Participation in shramadan or bharat sevak samaj such activity does not interfere with the performance of this official duties

D. None of these


16. The following activities are requiring permission/sanction

A. To enroll as member of St. John Ambulance brigade

B. To join territorial Army

C. To join foreign language classes conducted by indo-foreign cultural organization

D. All the above


17. The following act, conduct and commissions of a Government servant amount to misconduct:-

A. If the act or conduct is prejudicial or likely to be prejudicial to the interests of the master or to the reputation of the master

B. If the act or conduct is inconsistent or incompatible with the due or peaceful discharge of his duty to his master

C. If the act or conduct of a servant makes it unsafe for the employer to retain him in service

D. All the above


18. The following omissions of a Government servant amount to misconduct :-

A. Willful insubordination or disobedience, whether alone or in combination with others, to any lawful and reasonable order of a superior

B. Habitual late attendance

C. Habitual absence without permission and overstaying leave

D. Conviction by a criminal court

E. All the above


19. Employment of near relatives of Government servants in companies or firms defined in ____of CCS Conduct rules.

A. Sec 3

B. Sec 4

C. Sec 5

D. Sec 6

20. Mark the correct option

A. No Govt. servant shall use his position or influence directly or indirectly to secure employment for any member of his family in any company.

B. A Govt. servant shall, as soon as he becomes aware of the acceptance by a member of his family o an employment in any company or firm, intimate such acceptance to the prescribed authority.

C. Both A & B

D. None of these


21. Elections defined in _____of CCS Conduct rules

A. Sec 3

B. Sec 4

C. Sec 5

D. Sec 6


22. Rule___ of CCS(Conduct) Rules, 1964 provides that a Government servant shall not be a member of any political pary

A. Rule 5(1)

B. Rule 5(2)

C. Rule 5(3)

D. Rule 5(4)


23. Mark the incorrect option

A. A Govt. servant qualified to vote at such election may exercise his right to vote.

B. A Govt servant shall canvass or otherwise interfere with or use his influence in connection with or take part in an election in legislature election only

C. Govt servant endeavour to prevent any member of his family form taking part in elections.

D. None of these


24. The following action by a Govt servant does not amount of contravention of rule 5(4)

A. Making normal arrangement during election tours o ministers to enable them to carry out their responsibilities as ministers.

B. Arrangements by district officer for affording normal courtesies and security to Ministers on their visits connected with election campaign.

C. A only

D. All the above


25. Mark the correct option

A. Prior permission is required to join Bharat sevak samaj

B. Participation of Govt servants in the Indo-Foreign cultural organizations to be avoided

C. Mere intimation sufficient to join samyukta sadachar samiti

D. Prior permission necessary to join foreign language classes conducted by Indoforeign cultural organizations.

E. All the above


26. Joining of Associations by Government servants defined in _____of CCS Conducts rules

A. Sec 3

B. Sec 4

C. Sec 5

D. Sec 6


27. Demonstration and Strikes defined in _____of CCS Conducts rules

A. Sec 7

B. Sec 4

C. Sec 5

D. Sec 6


28. Strikes includes

A. Mass abstention from work without permission

B. Refusal to work overtime where such overtime work is necessary in the public interest

C. Resort to practices or conduct which is likely to result in or results in the cessation or substantial retardation o work in any organization. What are called go-slow, sit-down, pen-down, stay-in etc

D. All the above


29. Connection with press or other media defined in _____of CCS Conducts rules

A. Sec 8

B. Sec 7

C. Sec 9

5. Sec 10


30. A government servant, in the bona fide discharge of his official duties, can publish a book as per rule___

A. Rule 8(1)

B. Rule 8(2)

C. Rule 8(3)

D. Rule 8(4)


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31. Criticism of Government defined in _____of CCS Conducts rules

A. Sec 8

B. Sec 7

C. Sec 9

D. Sec 10


32. Criticism of Govt means and includes

A. Which has the effect of an adverse criticism of any current or recent policy or action of the Central Government or a State Government

B. Which is capable of embarrassing the relations between the Central Govt. and the Government of any State

C. Which is capable of embarrassing the relations between the central government and the Government o any foreign state

D. All the above


33. Evidence before committee defined in _____of CCS Conducts rules

A. Sec 8

B. Sec 7

C. Sec 9

D. Sec 10


34. Rule 10 of CCS Conduct rules not apply to:-

A. Evidence given at an enquiry before an quthority appinted by the Govt, Parliament or a State Legislature

B. Evidence given in any judicial enquiry

C. Evidence given at any departmental enquiry ordered by authorities subordinate to the government


D. All the above


35. Any Government servant may give evidence in any judicial enquiry as per rule ______of CCS(Conduct) Rules, 1964,

A. Rule 10(3)(a)

B. Rule 10(3)(b)

C. Rule 10(3)(c)

D. Rule 10(3)(d)



36. Rule 11 of CCS Conduct rules explained

A. Evidence before committee

B. Unauthorized communication of information

C. Election

D. Gift


37. Unauthorized communication of information means and include:-

A. To which he is not authorized to have access.

B. Which he is not authorized to keep in his personal custody

C. Both A & B

D. None of these


38. The conduct of a government servant regarding raising of Subscrition is discussed in rule___ of CCS(Conduct) Rules, 1964:

Rule 10

Rule 11

Rule 12

Rule 13


39.UnSubscription includes

A. Contributions

B. Funds

C. Collection in cash

D. All the above


40. Gift defined defined in _____of CCS Conducts rules

A Sec 11

B. Sec 12

C. Sec 10

D. Sec 13

41. As per CCS(Conduct) Rules, 1964 a government servant holding Group C post can accept gift worth Rs ___ on occassions such as weddings anniversaries funerals or other religious functions:

A. Rs 1000/-

B. Rs 2000/-

C. Rs 5000/-

D. Rs 10000/-


42. Rule 13-A of CCS(Conduct) Rules, 1964 deals with ___

A. Subscription 

B. Dowry

C. indebtedness

D. Gifts


43. Rule___of CCS(Conduct) Rules, 1964 speaks about a Government servant subletting of Government accommodation

A. Rule15(A)

B. Rule15(B)

C. Rule15(C)

D. Rule15(D)


44. Rule____ of CCS(Conduct) Rules, 1964 regulates the lending and borrowing of money by Government servants;

A. . Rule 15

B. Rule 16

C. Rule 17

7. Rule 18


45. According to rule___ of CCS(Conduct) Rules, 1964 no governmet servat shall speculate in any stock of shares, securities or other investments

A. Rule 15

B. Rule 16

C. Rule 17

D. Rule 18


46. Rule ___of CCS(Conduct) Rules, 1964 speaks about insolvency and habitual indebtedness:

A. Rule 15

B. Rule 16

C. Rule 17

7. Rule 18


47. Rule____ of CCS(Conduct) Rules, 1964 speaks about a Government servant possessing movable, immovable and valuable property

A. Rule 15

BRule 16

C. Rule 17

7. Rule 18


48. No government servatn shall employ to work any child below the age of 14 years as per rule____ of CCS(Conduct) Rules, 1964

A. Rules 22(a)

B. Rules 22(b)

C. Rules 22(c)

D. Rules 22(d)

49. A government servant shall not use any intoxiacating drink or drug to excess as per rule ___ of CCS (Counduct) Rules 1964:

A. Rules 22(a)

B. Rules 22(b)

C. Rules 22(c)

Rules 22(d)


50. This Rule of CCS(Conduct) Rules, 1964 speaks about interpretation of CCS(Conduct) Rules, 1964

A. Rule 21

B. Rule 22

C. Rule 23

D. Rule 24


51. This Rule of CCS(Conduct) Rules, 1964 speaks about delegation of Powers

A. Rule 21

B. Rule 22

C. Rule 23

D. Rule 24


52. Rule___ of CCS(Conduct) Rules, 1964 speaks about Repeal and saving

A. Rule 22

B. Rule 23

C. Rule 24

7. Rule 25


53. In this part of CCS(Conduct) Rules, 1964 the prevention of corruption Act 1988 is reproduced:

A. Appendix-I

B. Appendix-II

C. Appendix-III

Appendix-IV



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