Q.1 The Right to Information Act, of parliament received the assent of the president of India on? (UP. PCS 2013) (A) 15th May 200!5 (C)15th June 2005 Ans:- (C) (B) (D) 5th June 2005 12th October 2005 The right to information Act, was passed on 11 may, 2005 by the Lok Sabha and on 12 May, 2005 by the Rajya Sabha and received the assent of the then president late Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam on June 15th 2005. It come into force after 120 days on (12-13 midnight) October 12,2005.
Q.2 The power to carve out a new state is a vested in? (UP. PCS 2008) (A) The President. (B) The Parliament (C) The Council of Ministers. (D) States' Reorganization Commission. Ans:- (B) Article 2 of the Indian constitution provide that the parliament may by law admit into the union or establish new states. According to Art. 2 of the Indian Constitution, the parliament may form a new state by separating two states or by uniting states. The parliament can increase, diminish the area of any state or can alter the boundary and name of the state.
Q.3 According to Art.1 of Indian Constitution, India is? (UP. PCS 2008) (A) Group of State. (C) Confederation of State. (D) The Union of State. Ans: (D) (B) Federation of States. According to Article 1 of the Indian Constitution, India, that is bharat shall be a union of states. The Territory of India shall comprise 1 States 2 Union Territories 3 such other territories as may be acquired. The name and territories of the states has been specified in the first schedule.
Q.4 Which one of the following is regarded as the protector of fundamental rights of citizen and guardian of the constitution of India? (UP. Lower Sub 2015) (A) The Parliament(B) The Attorney General (C) The Supreme Court (D) The President. Ans:- (C) The Supreme Court of India is the protector of fundamental rights of citizens and guardian of the constitution of India because through right to constitutional remedies Art. 32 it protect the fundamental rights of citizens. Besides, it interpret as well as enforce the provision of the constitution.
Q.5 The directive principles of state policy of the constitution of India is taken from the constitution of which country? (Jharkhand PCS. 2003) (A) Australia (C) France Ans:- (D) (B) America (D) Ireland The ramers of the constitution were influenced by the Irish constitution to add the provisions of directive principles of state policy in Indian constitution.
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