Quiz 126: Indian Constitution for State PCS & SSC Examinations

1. Who among the following established the “Sadar Diwani Adalat”?
[A] Warren Hastings
[B] Cornwallis
[C] John Macpherson
[D] Wellesly

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2. Which of the following acts created Supreme Court of Judicature at Fort William?
[A] The Regulating Act 1773
[B] Indian Councils Act 1861
[C] Dundas Bill of 1783
[D] Charter Act of 1833

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3. The East India Company was deprived of monopoly of trade with India except Tea Trade by which among the following acts?
[A] The Charter Act of 1813
[B] The Charter Act of 1833
[C] The Charter Act of 1853
[D] Government of India Act 1858

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4. By which among the following acts, the East India Company lost its monopoly of trade with China?
[A] Pitts India act 1784
[B] The Charter Act of 1813
[C] The Charter Act of 1833
[D] The Charter Act of 1853

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5. The dual government introduced by Pitts India Act continued to operate in India, until it was abolished by which of the following laws?
[A] Government of India Act 1858
[B] Charter Act 1853
[C] Indian Councils Act 1861
[D] Indian Councils Act 1909

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6. The constitution of India derives its ultimate authority from ____?
[A] Supreme Court of India
[B] Parliament of India
[C] People of India
[D] Constituent Assembly of India

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7. Consider the following matches: (Elements in Indian Constitution – Source)

  1. Concurrent List – Australian Constitution
  2. Directive Principles – Irish Constitution
  3. Fundamental Rights – US Constitution

Which among the above matches are correct?

[A] Only 1
[B] 1,2
[C] 1 & 3
[D] 1, 2 & 3

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8. Which among the following feature of Constitution of India is derived from Weimer Constitution (of Germany)?
[A] Due Procedure of Law
[B] Procedure Established by Law
[C] Suspension of fundamental rights during emergency
[D] Right to Property as Legal right

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9. Who among the following was the Constitutional Advisor to the Constituent Assembly ?
[A] Sachidanand Sinha
[B] B N Rao
[C] H N Kunzuru
[D] V N Menon

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10. In which year, Union Territories were introduced in India?
[A] 1949
[B] 1950
[C] 1956
[D] 1960

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  • Anamika
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  • Bagath
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  • akansha
    Reply

    I think question no-4 answer should be january 26,1950

  • akansha
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    sorry its question no-14……………..answer should be january 26,1950

    • boss

      no everybody signed at 24 jan 1949 only.

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  • Prakash
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    Question 2: I think answer is Warren Hastings.
    Thanks a lot sir.
    Really it is very useful.

  • Jitendra Gupta
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    Hi,

    Why did Fundamental Rights come into force? As per Q12 it did not come into force on 26 Nov 1949.

    ~ Jitendra

  • Jitendra Gupta
    Reply

    Sorry…

    WHEN did Fundamental Rights come into force?

    ~Jitendra

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