Quiz 69 : Indian Polity : Constitution of India Special

1. In which among the following parts of Constitution of India are enshrined the Fundamental Duties?
[A]Part III
[B]Part IIIA
[C]Part IVA
[D]Part IV


2. Consider the following:
1. Untouchability
2. Child Marriage
3. Sati
4. Dowry
Which among the above have been prohibited / abolished by the articles in Constitution of India?
[A]1
[B]1 2
[C]1 2 3
[D]1 2 3 4


3. How many freedoms are guaranteed by Article 19 (Right to Freedom)?
[A]Three
[B]Four
[C]Five
[D]Six


4. Which among the following is / are explicitly mentioned in constitution of India:
1. Freedom against exploitation such as begar
2. Abolition of Sati
3. Freedom of Press
Choose the correct option:
[A]1
[B]1 & 2
[C]1 , 2 & 3
[D]2 & 3


5. Which among the following amendments added the Fundamental Duties as per recommendations of Sardar Swaran Singh Committee?
[A]38th
[B]40th
[C]42nd
[D]44th


6. Consider the following:
1. Fundamental Rights
2. Fundamental Duties
3. Directive Principles of State Policy
Which among the above enjoy the “legal sanction’ in India?
[A]Only 1
[B]1 & 2
[C]1 & 3
[D]1, 2 & 3


7. The makers of Constitution chose the same form of Government in India which was prevalent in which among the following countries?
[A]United States
[B]United Kingdom
[C]Australia
[D]Japan


8. The makers of Constitution of India chose the scheme of federation of India, as prevalent in which among the following countries?
[A]United States
[B]United Kingdom
[C]Australia
[D]Canada


9. Initially, for how long presidential rule can be imposed in a state?
[A]6 months
[B]9 months
[C]12 months
[D]18 months


10. Consider the following:
1. Preamble
2. Fundamental Duties
3. Directive Principles of State Policy
Which among the above incorporate Economic Justice?
[A]1 & 2
[B]1 & 3
[C]1, 2 & 3
[D]Only 3


11. By which among the following Dyarchy was introduced in India?
[A]Act of 1892
[B]Act of 1909
[C]Act of 1919
[D]Act of 1935


12. Who among the following can terminate the legislative council of a state?
[A]State Council of Ministers
[B]Members of Legislative Council by adopting a resolution
[C]Members of Legislative assembly by making a law
[D]Governor of the state with advice of Chief Minister


13. Consider the following:
1. Socialist
2. Democratic
3. Sovereign
4. Secular
Which among the following is the correct order in which the above words appear in Preamble of Constitution of India?
[A]3 1 4 2
[B]1 2 3 4
[C]3 4 1 2
[D]4 1 3 2


14. The right to constitutional remedies allows Indian citizens to stand up for their rights against anybody even the government of India. Which article says this?
[A]Article 31
[B]Article 32
[C]Article 33
[D]Article 34


15. An Individual Minister can be removed by ______?
[A]Prime Minister
[B]Council of Ministers
[C]Parliament
[D]President

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Comments

  • pulkit
    Reply

    The Indian Constitution, while not mentioning the word "press", provides for "the right to freedom of speech and expression" (Article 19(1) a).

  • Sangluai Ngaihte
    Reply

    But under art, 19 (1)a even though it is directly written it has to be accepted as freedom of press which are resemble with freedom of speech and expression.

  • Anonymous
    Reply

    The phrase, "freedom of press" has not been used in Article 19, but freedom of expression includes freedom of press
    Sumit Sonkar

  • prakash trivedi
    Reply

    You guys are absolutely right.
    Can anyone just clarify the 2nd Question, Child marriage, sati & dowry all three were prohibited during british period by makinn some laws. Are we still following the same?

  • kunal0141
    Reply

    in article 19 its freedom of express which i s quite different from freedom of press which is not in our constitution..it has freedom of press act..

  • Amit mishra
    Reply

    India is an ‘quashi fedral srutcure’ can anyone explain

  • jkkjk
    Reply

    good one

  • priya
    Reply

    can someone plz explain the answer to ques no 2.. i think the ans is all of the above

  • bharath ram
    Reply

    in question 2 .sati dowry and child marriages are no where in the constitution …as these are only acts…but untouchbility is mentioned in consti according to article 17…

  • namrata singh
    Reply

    hi quassi federal means indian constitution is union but having strong federal features that’s y we call it quassi federal…

  • gurwinderkoti
    Reply

    quasi or semi federal structure is due to more power given to center as compared to states like center has right to take over control of states in case of emergency, center has more control over country’s finances so states are dependent on center for there finances…governor is appointed by center as a representative of center in states which can takeover control of states as demanded by situation….states cant have there different constitution….nor they can amend it…some other factors like appointed of ias IPS officers by center etc. cause the indian constitution to be quasi federal..

  • Amit Chauhan
    Reply

    Explaination for ques no. 2

    Except Untouchability all other social evils are prohibited by making laws and not by constitutional amendmends. Only untouchan\bility is embraced in the constitution in article 17.

    Hope this helps.

  • abhishek
    Reply

    could u explain q no 12 ? plz refer article regarding q 12

  • Mukesh Singh
    Reply

    Economic justice contains preamble and DPSD

  • kavi
    Reply

    Not bad at all