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Indian Polity, Economy and Current Affairs - these three are the most important sections for the APSC CCE Prelims and other competitive examinations. Here in this lesson, the Educator provides 10 High Quality MCQs on Indian Polity

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  1. MCD Crash Course CONSTTTUTION of for APSC Indian Pality Economy and Current Affairs Far APSC CCE and Other Competitive Exams in Assam MCD Lesson 7


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  3. CONSTTTUTION MCD Lesson7 OMCLs Answers +Additional Facts INDIA 0 [Indian Polity]


  4. Question 1 Which of the following features of Indian Constitution is borrowed from the constitution of Australia? a) Federation with a strong Centre b) Method of Presidential Election c) Emergency Provisions d) Concurrent List


  5. Question 1 Answer: d Explanation The provision of Concurrent List is borrowed from the constitution of Australia Some other provisions are also borrowed from the constitution of Australia. Freedom of trade, commerce and inter course Joint Sitting of both houses of the Parliament


  6. Question 2 Which of the following features of Indian Constitution is borrowed from Irish Constitution? I Directive Principles of State Policy Il. Method of Presidential Election II. Nomination of members to Rajya Sabha Choose the correct answer using the codes a) Ionly b) I and Il c) and IlI d) ,Il and III


  7. Question 2 Answer d Explanation: The following features of Indian Constitution is borrowed from Irish Constitution VDirective Principles of State Policy Method of Presidential Election Nomination of members to Rajya Sabha


  8. Question 3 Which of the following provisions of Indian Constitution are borrowed from US Constitution? I. Fundamental Rights I Fundamental Duties II Independence of Judiciary Choose the correct answer using the codes a) I only b) I and II c) and IlI d) I, Il and III


  9. Question 3 Answer:c Explanation: The following provisions of Indian Constitution are borrowed from US Constitution- Fundamental Rights Independence of Judiciary Judicial Review Post of Vice President Impeachment of President and removal of Supreme Court and High Court Judges


  10. Question 4 Which of the following feature of Indian Constitution does not resembles the US constitution? a) Written Constitution b) Federal Structure c) Parliamentary form of Government d) Independent Judiciary


  11. Question 5 Which of the following about the Preamble of the constitution of India is not correct? a) It has been amended only once b) Its provisions are enforceable in the court of law c) Preamble is an integral part of the constitution d) Preamble is based on the objective resolution adopted by the constituent assembly


  12. Question 6 Answer: a Explanation The fundamental right in Article 15 prohibition of discrimination on grounds of religion, race, caste, sex or place of birth is available to citizens only and not to foreigners. Equality before law and equal protection of law, Right to elementary education, Freedom to manage religious affairs - these fundamental rights are available to both citizens and foreigners


  13. Question 7 Answer: d Explanation Article 32 confers the right to remedies for the enforcement of fundamental rights of an aggrieved citizen. Article 32 is the most important article of the constitution and has been termed as the heart and soul of the constitution by B.R Ambedkar. Supreme Court of India has ruled that it can not abridged or taken away by means of constitutional amendment.


  14. Question 8 The provisions related to fundamental rights can be amended by a) Simple majority of Parliament b) Special majority of Parliament c) Special majority of Parliament with consent of half the state legislatures d) Fundamental Rights can not be amended


  15. Question 8 Answer : b Explanation The provisions related to Fundamental rights and Directive Principles of State Policy can be amended by Special Majority majority of total membership of the house and majority of two third of the members of each house present and voting.


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