Indian Polity & Constitution MCQs

Indian Polity & Constitution Objective / Multiple Choice (MCQs) Questions for Preparation of SSC-CGL, UPSC Civil Services, NDA, CDS, Railways and State Level Public Services Examinations of 2020-2021. A chapterwise course of total 2850 MCQs divided into 60 chapters and 16 Mock Tests is available in Android app of GKToday under UPSC Prelims Category. Download Now

1. Which article of the Indian Constitution provides for Vice-President of India?

[A] Article 61
[B] Article 62
[C] Article 63
[D] Article 65

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2. The minimum and maximum age for a candidate to contest elections for President of India’s office?

[A] 25 years, 65 years
[B] 35 years, 65 years
[C] 35 years , no limit
[D] 25 years, no limit

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3. The reports of the Comptroller and Auditor-General of India relating to the accounts of the States are submitted to which among the following?

[A] The President
[B] The Governor
[C] The Parliament
[D] The Chief Minister

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4. Which article of the Indian Constitution provides the right to constitutional remedies, that allows Indian citizens to stand up for their rights against anybody – even the government of India?

[A] Article 31
[B] Article 32
[C] Article 33
[D] Article 34

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5. What is the upper limit of election expense in a parliamentary constituency?

[A] 10 lakhs
[B] 25 lakhs
[C] 70 lakhs
[D] 1 cr

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6. 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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7. In which year, Union Territories were introduced in India?

[A] 1949
[B] 1950
[C] 1956
[D] 1960

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8. Who can dismiss the Governor from office?

[A] State Legislative Assembly
[B] Parliament
[C] President
[D] Council of ministers

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9. For which of the following purpose, Rajamanar Committee was constituted ?

[A] Industrial Licensing
[B] Direct taxes
[C] Centre State Fiscal Relations
[D] InDirect taxes

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10. How long did the constituent assembly take to frame the constitution?

[A] Approximately 1 year
[B] Approximately 2 years
[C] Approximately 3 years
[D] 6 months

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