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Mock Test General Studies III ( Indian Polity ) 41
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  1. Mission WBCS (Exe.) 2019 Prelims and Mains Daily Mock Test Arijit Basu Chowdhury


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  3. Daily Mock Test (Polity) 1. Consider the following Statements with respect to "Preamble of the Indiain Constitution" 1. The word 'Fraternity 'means - "No one should treat a fellow citizen as inferior 2. It reveals Nature of the State, Objectives and Date of implementation of the Constitution. . Which of the above is/are Correct? a) 1 Only b) 2 Only c) All of these d) None of these 2. Which of the following word indicates that "People have the Supreme right to make decisions" in our Preamble? a) Republic b) Sovereign c) Secular d) None of these


  4. Daily Mock Test (Polity) 3. Which of the following Statements is Correct? a) Constitution is about values, not about institutions b) No Constitution in the World is based on ethnic identity. c) Ajust constitution commands volntary r allegiance of the people. d) Liberty without equality would kill the individual initiative. 4. Which of the following statements is/are Correct in the Context of Democracy? 1. The passion for respect and freedom are the basis of Democracy 2. Democracy and development cannot go together 3. Democracies are based on political equality. All individuals have equal weight in electing representatives a) 1 and 3 Only b) 1 Only c)3 Only d) None of these


  5. Daily Mock Test (Polity) 5. Which of the following are envisaged by the "Right to Freedom" in the Constitution of India? a) Protection of the interests of minorities b) Protection in respect of conviction for offences c) Protection of freedom of profession d) Prohibition of untouchability a) 1, 2 and 4 Only c) 2 and 4 Only b) 2 and 3 Only d) All of these


  6. Daily Mock Test (Polity) 6. Indian Constituion has provided fundamental rights to its Citizens. They are termed "fundamental" because 1. They are guaranteed and protected by the Constitution 2. They are most essential for the holistic development of individual 3. They are justifiable a) 1 and 2 Only b) 2 and 3 Only c) All of these d) None of these 7. Which principle among the 'following was added to the Directive Principles of State Policy by the 44thAmendment to the Constitution? a) To promote the welfare of the people by securing a social order permeated by justice b) To minimize inequalities in income, status, facilities and opportunities c) To secure opportunities for healthy development of children d) To take steps to secure the participation of workers in the management of industries


  7. Daily Mock Test 1. a) 1 Only (Polity) "Fraternity" -All of us should behave as if we are members of the same family. No one should treat a fellow citizen as inferior It reveals Nature of the State, Objectives and Date of adoption [Not Date of . Source of authority of the Constitution: The Preamble states that the Constitutiorn . Nature of Indian State: It declares India to be of a sovereign, socialist, secular . Objectives of the Constitution: It specifies justice, liberty, equality and fraternity as the . Date of adoption of the Constitution: It stipulates November 26, 1949 as the date Implementation of the Constitution derives its authority from the people of India democratic and republican polity. objectives


  8. Daily Mock Test 2. b) Sovereign (Polity) The word Sovereign means People have supreme right to make decisions on internal as well as external matters. No external power can dictate the government of India. 3. c) A just constitution commands voluntary allegiance of the people. Constitution in general is embodiment of Values. For example, Values that inspired and guided the freedom struggle and were in turn nurtured by it, formed the foundation for India's democracy. These values are embedded in the Preamble of the Indian Constitution. They guide all the articles of the Indian Constitution. But, A constitution is not merely a statement of values and philosophy. As we noted above, a constitution is mainly about embodying these values into institutional arrangements. Much of the document called Constitution of India is about these arrangements. .


  9. Daily Mock Test 4. a) 1 and 3 Only (Polity) Option 1- Democracy stands much superior to any other form of government ir promoting dignity and freedom of the individual. Often conflicts arise among Is because some feel that they are not treated with due respect. The for respect and freedom are the basis of democracy. Democracies throughout the world have recognized this, at least in principle. Option 2 - he example of many western countries-USA and Europe- which have succeeded with Democracy (at least in principle) prove that Democracy and Development can go together. But that does not mean that Democracy ensures development. Democracy is Just a form of government. Economic development depends on several factors: country's population size, global situation, cooperation from other countries .


  10. Daily Mock Test 5. b) 2 and 3 Only (Polity) Right to freedom (Articles 19-22) a) Protection of six rights . (i) speech and expression (ii) assembly association . (iv) movement (v) residence (vi) profession (Article 19) b) Protection in respect of conviction for offences (Article 20) c) Protection of life and personal liberty (Article 21) d) Right to elementary education (Article 21A) e) Protection against arrest and detention in certain cases (Article 22).