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. These questions are part of GKToday’s 35000+ MCQs Bank Course in GKToday Android App

11. Which of the following can a court issue for enforcement of Fundamental Rights ?

[A] A decree
[B] A writ
[C] An Ordinance
[D] A notification

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12. Which Fundamental Right in the Indian Constitution allows citizens to move the court if they believe that any of their Fundamental Rights have been violated by the State?

[A] Cultural and Educational Rights
[B] Right against Exploitation
[C] Right to freedom of Religion
[D] Right to Constitutional Remedies

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13. What is the maximum period during which Parliament may not meet?

[A] Six months
[B] One year
[C] Two years
[D] Three years

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14. No money bill can be introduced in the legislative assembly without the recommendations of which of the following authorities?

[A] Speaker
[B] Governor
[C] Chief Minister
[D] Finance Minister

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15. The42nd Amendment to the Indian Constitution is notable because it gives?

[A] Primacy to Fundamental Rights over Directive Principles
[B] Primacy to Directive Principles over Fundamental Rights
[C] Special treatment to Jammu & Kashmir
[D] Special treatment to Sikkim

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16. Who among the following have the right to vote in the elections to both Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha?

[A] Elected members of the Lower House of the Parliament
[B] Elected members of the Upper House of the Parliament
[C] Elected members of the Upper House of the State Legislature
[D] Elected members of the Lower House of the State Legislature

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17. Which act extended the principle of communal representation by providing separate electorates for depressed classes?

[A] Indian Councils Act, 1909
[B] Government of India Act, 1919
[C] Indian Independence Act, 1947
[D] Government of India Act, 1935

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18. Who was the Vice President of the executive council formed during the interim government in 1946?

[A] Dr. Rajendra Prasad
[B] C. Rajagopalachari
[C] KM Munshi
[D] Jawaharlal Nehru

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19. Who described the Directive Principles and the Fundamental Rights as the ‘Conscience of the Constitution’?

[A] Granville Austin
[B] B.R. Ambedkar
[C] K.M. Munshi
[D] Jawaharlal Nehru

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20. To whom does the Vice-President submit his resignation?

[A] President
[B] Deputy Chairman of Rajya Sabha
[C] Speaker of Lok Sabha
[D] Prime Minister

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