Indian Polity and constitution TOP 50 MCQs for all competitive exams questions and answers for SSC, RRB NTPC, NDA, FCI, PSUs, state government exams, UPPPSC, NABARD, IBPS, Insurance etc
1. To acquire citizenship by registration a person must have been resident in India for immediately before making an application:
2. Which of the following rights was described by Dr. B.R. Ambedkar as ‘The Heart and Soul of the Constitution’ ?
(a)Right of Freedom of Religion
(b)Right to Property
(c)Right to Equality
(d)Right to Constitutional Remedies
3. Which pf the following Fundamental Rights is also available to a foreigner on the soil of India?
(a)Equality of opportunity in the matter of public employment
(b)Freedoms of movement, residence and profession
(c)Protection from discrimination on grounds only of religion, race, caste or sex
(d)Protection of life and personal liberty against action without authority of law
4. With reference to the Constitution of India, which one of the following pairs is not correctly matched?
(a) Stock Exchange State List
(b) Forest Concurrent List
(c) Insurance Union List
(d) Marriage and Divorce Concurrent List
5. On whom does the Constitution confer special responsibility for the enforcement of Fundamental Rights?
6. According to Article 23, the following are prohibited:
(a)traffic in human beings, beggary, slavery and bonded labour
(b)monopoly of trade
(c)sale of incenses
(d)visit to terrorist infected areas
7. Articles 20-22 relate to the fundamental right to life and personal liberty. These rights are available to :
(a)citizens and non-citizens
(b)natural persons as well as artificial persons
(d)all persons who have juristic personality
8. Once the proclamation of emergency is made, the right of a citizen to move to the Supreme Court for the enforcement of his fundamental right is suspended by the:
(a)Prime Minister of India
(b)President of India
(c)Speaker of Lok Sabha
(d)Chief Justice of Supreme Court
9. Under Article 368, Parliament has no power to repeal Fundamental Rights because they are:
(a)enshrined in Part III of the Constitution
(d)part of bask structure of essential framework of the Constitution
10. Which of the following statements is/are not indicative of the difference between Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles?
I.Directive Principles are aimed at promoting social welfare, while Fundamental Rights are for protecting individuals from State encroachment.
II.Fundamental Rights are limitations on State action, while Directive Principles are positive instructions for the Government to work towards a just socioeconomic order.
III.Fundamental Rights were included in the original Constitution, but Directive Principles were added by the first Amendment.
IV.Fundamental Rights are amendable, but Directive Principles cannot be amended.
(a)I and II
(b)II and III
(c)III and IV
(d)I II and III
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