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MCQ Lesson 16 : Indian Polity
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Here in this lesson, the Educator provides 14 High Quality MCQs on Indian Polity targeted for APSC CCE, SSC CGL and Railway

Bhaskarjyoti Hazarika
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supreme court is the guardian of Constitution and President is the custodian....confusing though...thank u for the get lessons
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  3. Question 1 Which of the following statement is correct about constituent assembly of a) The members of constituent assembly of India was elected by the provincial b) Jawaharlal Nehru and Mahatma Gandhi were members of Constituent India? assemblies. Assembly. c) The first session of constituent assembly was held in 16th August, 1947. d) Dr. B R Ambedkar was the first President of constituent assembly.


  4. Question 1 Answer: a Explanation: The members of Constitutional Assembly were indirectly elected by the members of the Provincial Assembly in July-August,1946 Mahatma Gandhi was not a member of constituent assembly. The constituent assembly held its first session on December 9,1946. Dr. Sachchidananda Sinha was the first chairman (temporary) of Constituent Assembly. Later Dr. Rajendra Prasad was elected as the president. Dr. BRAmbedkar was the chairman of the drafting committee of the constituent assembly


  5. Question 2 The design of national flag was adopted by the Constituent Assembly of India on a) 22 July, 1947 b) 24 January, 1950 c) 22 July, 1950 d) 26 January,1950


  6. Question 2 Answer:a Explanation: The Constitution Assembly adopted the national flag - July 22, 1947 Other Facts The National Anthem (Jana Gana Mana) 24 January, 1950 The National Song (Vande Mataram) 24 January, 1950. V The national emblem Lion Capital of Ashoka of Saranath - 26 January 1950.


  7. Question 3 Which of the following pairs is correctly matched? a) Govt. of India Act,1919 Dyarchy b) Govt. of India Act, 1935 Separate Electorate c) Minto-Morley Reform Constituent Assembly d) Cabinet Mission Plan Provincial Autonomy


  8. Question 3 Answer: a Explanation: Govt.of India Act,1919 (Montagu Chelmsford reforms) provincial dyarchy or V Govt. of India Act,1935 - abolished dyarchy in provinces, introduced 'provincial VThe Indian Council Act,1909 (Morley-Minto reforms) 'separate electorate' for V Cabinet Mission, 1946 - Constituent Assembly dual scheme of governance autonomy Muslims.


  9. Question 4 Which of the following is the most recent directive principles of state incorporated in the constitution? a) To minimise inequalities in income, status, facilities and opportunities b) To promote equal justice and to provide free legal aid to poor. c) To promote voluntary formation of co - operative societies. d) To protect and improve the environment


  10. Question 4 Answer:c Explanation: Directive Principles of State Policy (DPSP) are provided in Part IV (article 36 to 51) of the constitution. These are guiding principles of policymaking but are non justiciable in nature. The Government (Central, State, Local) can not be forced to implement them. In 2011, through 97th amendment a new DPSP has been added to promote voluntary formation, autonomous functioning, democratic control and professional management co - operative societies (Article 43B)


  11. Question 5 Answer: a Explanation: In Parliamentary System of Government, the executive power is vested on the Council of Ministers headed by the Prime Ministers. Prime Minister becomes the head of the Government.


  12. Question 7 Answer :d Explanation: The prohibition of discrimination on grounds of religion , race , caste , sex or place of birth (article 15) is came under the right to equality. Right to freedom of religion are provided from article 25 to article 28.


  13. Question 8 Answer: b Explanation: The right against exploitation under article 24 of Indian constitution prohibits children below 14 years of age from employment in any factory, mine or other hazardous occupations.


  14. Question 9 Which of the following is a special power of Rajya Sabha? a) Impeachment of Vice President without the approval of Lok Sabha b) Make laws on a matter of State list c) Creation of new All India Services d) Both (b) and (c)


  15. Question 9 Answer: d Explanation: Rajya Sabha has been given two exclusive or special powers that are not It can authorize the Parliament to make a law on a subject enumerated in the It can authorize the Parliament to create new All-India Services common to The Vice President can be removed by a resolution passed by the Rajya Sabha enjoyed by the Lok Sabha State List (Article 249). both the Centre and the States (Article 312) and agreed by the Lok Sabha


  16. Question 12 Answer:c The preamble of the constitution provides that the constitution derives its authority from the People of India. Preamble reads as, 'We, THE PEOPLE OF INDIA, having


  17. Question 13 Answer :a Explanation: Duty to pay taxes is not a fundamental duty More about Fundamental Duties There are Eleven fundamental duties for the citizens in Article 51A Originally ten fundamental duties were added by the 42nd Amendment in 1976 on the recommendations of the Swaran Singh Committee. V In 2002, another fundamental duty was added -It is fundamental duty of a citizen to provide opportunities for education to his child or ward between the age of six to fourteen years.


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