Indian Constitution Quiz with Answers

Indian Constitution Quiz with Answers

1. "A political party consists of a group of citizens more or less organised, who act as a political unit and who, by the use of their voting power, aim to control the government and carry out their general policies." Whose words are these?
(A) Garner (B) Gilchrist
(C) Gettell (D) MacIver
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2. Which of the following is the demerit of party system?
(A) It creates awakening among the masses who starts struggling for their demands
(B) It compels the government to work according to public opinion
(C) It leads government to introduce reforms
(D) It divides nation into several groups
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3. In India there is–
(A) One party system (B) Bi-party system
(C) Multi party system (D) None of the above
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4. A coalition government in a country is generally formed where there is–
(A) Two party system (B) One party system
(C) Multi party system dominated by one party (D) No party system
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5. The real work of opposition party in a democratic country is–
(A) To make delays in legislation
(B) To put obstacles in the way of the government of the rival parties
(C) To topple down the government of the rival parties
(D) To offer the healthy criticism to the government of rival parties
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6. In 1906 the Indian Muslim League was founded at–
(A) Delhi (B) Dacca
(C) Mumbai (D) Lahore
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7. The Muslim League's communalism came into being due to–
(A) Rigidity of Islam (B) Uncharitable attitude of the Hindus
(C) Divide and rule policy of the British (D) All the above
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8. Universal suffrage implies–
(A) The government shall not allow anybody to suffer
(B) Recognition of general poverty among the people by the government
(C) Every adult-man or woman, rich or poor, literate or illiterate, has a right to vote
(D) The suffering of the adults only will be redressed by the government
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9. Woman suffrage means women's right to vote which makes the women–
(A) Equal to men (B) Superior to men
(C) Independent of men (D) Rival to men
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10. The slogan 'you give me blood, I will give you freedom' was given by–
(A) Jawahar Lal Nehru (B) Bal Gangadhar Tilak
(C) Sardar Vallabha Bhai Patel (D) Subhash Chandra Bose
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11. The right to vote is given to Indian citizen on attaining the age of–
(A) 18 (B) 21
(C) 28 (D) 30
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12. The right to freedom of movement in India is a–
(A) Legal right (B) Natural right
(C) Moral right (D) Fundamental right
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13. Which of the following persons advocate the Social Contract Theory of the origin of the State?
(A) John Austin (B) Thomas Hobbes
(C) Montesquieu (D) Karl Marx
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14. In which article of the constitution is the freedom of the Press implied–
(A) 19(i) B (B) 19(i) C
(C) 19(i) A (D) 19(i) D
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15. Which one of the following persons was the chairman of the Drafting Committee which drafted the Constitutin of India?
(A) Shri K.M. Munshi (B) Mahatma Gandhi
(C) Shri Alladi Krishnaswamy (D) Dr. B.R. Ambedkar
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16. The U.N.O. came into existence on–
(A) August 9, 1942 (B) October 24, 1945
(C) August 15,1947 (D) January 26, 1950
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17. The Chief U.N. Organ responsible for maintaining world peace is–
(A) The International Court of Justice (B) The U.N. Secretariat
(C) The UNESCO (D) The Security Council
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18. Which came first into existence?
(A) A society (B) A tribe
(C) A state (D) A family
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19. The primitive stage in the human society is known–
(A) Pastoral Age (B) Huntinge Age
(C) Industrial Age (D) Agricultural Age
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20. A secular state is a state–
(A) Where there is no religion
(B) Which abolishes religion
(C) Where there is only one religion
(D) Where all religions are free and equal in the eye of the state
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