Quiz 313 : Indian Polity & Constitution for Civil Services Exam, CLAT Exam & Judicial Services Exams

1.”All those laws that were in force immediately before the enactment of the constitution shall be void to the extent of inconsistency with the fundamental rights”. Essence of Article 13(1) which quotes this can be placed under which of the following?
(A)Judicial Activism
(B)Judicial Review
(C)Discretionary review
(D)Judicial interpretation
(E)Judicial Supremacy

2.By exercising its amending power under article 368, parliament can amend even part III of the constitution. Through which among the following cases Supreme Court held this?
1. Golak Nath Case
2. Sajjan Singh v/s State of Rajasthan Case
3. Shankari Prasad v/s Union of India Case
(A)1 only
(B)1 & 2 only
(C)2 & 3 only
(D)1 & 3 only
(E)all 1, 2,3

3.Constitution Part IV (Article 36-51) contain the directive principles of state policy. In the following options bring out those which include the scope of Gandhian principles?
(A)Article 40, 43, 44
(B)Article 40, 47, 48
(C)Article 50, 50
(D)Article 40, 44, 50
(E)Article 47 only

4.Which among the following article says that “directive principles are not enforceable by any court but at the same time declared that they are nevertheless fundamental in the governance of the country and it shall be duty of the state to apply these principles in making laws?
(A)Article 36
(B)Article 37
(C)Article 38
(D)Article 39
(E)Article 40

5.Which among the following was the first programme launched by Government of India to implement the article 47 of the directive principles of state policy ?
(A)Integrated rural development programme
(B)Community development programme
(C)National Rural employment programme
(D)Desert development Programme
(E)Drought prone areas programme

6.Which among the following justifies the reason that Directive Principles were made explicitly unjustifiable?
(A)The state may not have political will to implement the Directive Principles
(B)The state may not need to implement the Directive principles as Fundamental rights were made justifiable
(C)The implementation of directive principles needs resources which the states may not have
(D)The Constitution does not provide any clear guidelines to implement the directive principles
(E)all of above

7.When vice president acts as the president , which among the following is/ are true?
(A)He/ She remains the chairman of the Rajya Sabha and performs the duties of the chairman of Rajya Sabha
(B)He/ She ceases to be the chairman of Rajya Sabha
(C)Lok Sabha Speaker performs the duty of the chairman of the Rajya Sabha
(D)A New chairman of the Rajya Sabha is elected
(E)None of them

8.In which year a non statutory minority commission was established in India ?
(A)1978
(B)1982
(C)1985
(D)1992
(E)1995

9.Who among the following was the chairman of the First National Commission for Women?
(A)Mohini Giri
(B)Dr. Poornima Advani
(C)Jayanti Patnaik
(D)Dr. Girija Vyas
(E)None of the above

10.How many matters are listed in Schedule XII added by 74th Amendment , which are responsibility of the municipalities?
(A)11
(B)16
(C)18
(D)20
(E)22

11.Which of the following Lok Sabha had the shortest duration?
(A)Ninth Lok Sabha
(B)Sixth Lok Sabha
(C)Twelfth Lok Sabha
(D)Thirteenth Lok Sabha
(E)Eleventh Lok Sabha

12.The Proposed Article 47 (A) by Constitution Review Commission of Justice M N Venkatchaliah in the directive Principles of state policy is related to which of the following?
(A)To amend the part IV and read it as Directive principles of State Policy and action
(B)Control of population
(C)Action against terrorism and terror activities
(D)set up National education commission
(E)None of the above

13.Which among the following is in concurrent list ?
(A)Bankruptcy and insolvency
(B)estate duty in respect of property other than agricultural land
(C)Production, supply and distribution of goods,
(D)Foreign Loans
(E)Post office savings bank

14.In which of the following decade India saw, maximum number of Prime Ministers?
(A)1951-60
(B)1961-70
(C)1971-80
(D)1981-90
(E)1991-2000

15.Where is the seat of Uttrakhand High court ?
(A)Dehradun
(B)Nainital
(C)Haridwar
(D)Tehri Garhwal
(E)Udham Singh Nagar

16.Which of the following is known for first implementation of women suffrage?
(A)USA
(B)New Zealand
(C)Australia
(D)Corsica
(E)England

17.Article 74, 75, 78 deal broadly with which of the following?
(A)Relationship between Prime Minister and president
(B)Relationship between Governor and Chief Ministers
(C)Size and nature of the council
(D)Composition of the cabinet
(E)None of them

18.Which of the following article deals with citizenship at the time of commencement of the constitution?
(A)Article 5
(B)Article 6
(C)Article 7
(D)Article 8
(E)Article 9

19.Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen are related to which of the following countries?
(A)Britain
(B)USA
(C)France
(D)Italy
(E)Germany

20.In which year Maintenance of Internal Security Act (MISA) was repealed?
(A)1971
(B)1976
(C)1978
(D)1981
(E)1983

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  • Current affairs
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    one question :
    When President Want to resign from his office to whom the resignation is submitted ?

    When both president & vice president is absent who will govern the duties of president?
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    • sushma dahiya

      president will give it to the vice president and when both are absent then chief justice of india will look after them

  • Anonymous
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    thanks a lot…
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  • Admin
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    @[email protected]
    Your First Question: Article 56(1): the President may, by writing under his hand addressed to the
    Vice-President, resign his office

    Your Second Question: (I would quote this verbatim)
    While Justice Mohammad Hidayatullah
    was holding the post of Chief Justice of India, the then Acting President of India, late V.V. Giri, tendered resignation in order to contest the Presidential Election. Justice Hidayatullah was thereupon sworn in as the Acting President of India on 20th July 1969 and served in that capacity till late V.V. Giri was sworn in as the duly elected President of the Republic. After his retirement as the Chief Justice of India, he was unanimously elected as the Vice President of India as a result of a consensus amongst different political parties and occupied that high office with distinction from 1979 to 1984. As Vice President, he presided over the Rajya Sabha and conducted its proceedings with great dexterity and wisdom. During his tenure as Vice President, he again acted as the President in 1982. You may read more about Justice Mohammad Hidayatullahhere

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