Indian Polity Quiz Questions Test

Indian Polity Quiz Questions Test

1. Of the following which is not essential for a welfare state?
(A) Efficient administration (B) People's participation in administration
(C) Preaching of the morals (D) Social security system
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2. The most essential function of a state is to make–
(A) Labour-laws (B) Marriage-laws
(C) Laws for the protection of the people and the property (D) Laws for health and education
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3. Who led the Home Rule Movement in India?
(A) Lala Lajpat Rai and Vipin Chandra Pal (B) Mrs. Annie Besant and Lokmanya Tilak
(C) Gopal Krishna Gokhale and Surendra Nath Banerjee (D) None of these
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4. "One who owes allegiance to the state, has access to the civil and political rights and is inspired with a sprit of-service to the community" is known as–
(A) An ideal soldier (B) A true politician
(C) A real citizen (D) A great patriot
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5. The constitution of which country inspired us, to establish a 'Republic' ?
(A) France (B) Italy
(C) South Africa (D) Britain
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6. To whom among the following does man, as a citizen, owe his loyalty?
(A) The kinship group (B) The community
(C) The state (D) The caste
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7. Society comprises various associations including the state. The associations have some common characteristics but not all. The state is distinct from all other associations in respect of its element of–
(A) Sovereignty (B) Population
(C) Territory (D) Government
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8. Which one of the following is NOT a part of the Preamble to the Indian Constitution?
(A) Secularism (B) Socialism
(C) Sovereign Democratic Republic (D) Federalism
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9. Which one of the following is NOT a basic feature of the Indian Constitution?
(A) Presidential Government (B) Parliamentary Government
(C) Federal Government (D) Independence of Judiciary
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10. Which among the following is no longer a fundamental right?
(A) Freedom of speech (B) Right to equality
(C) Right to property (D) Right to constitutional remedies
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11. The right to Private Property in India today is–
(A) A fundamental right (B) A political right
(C) A moral right (D) A legal right
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12. Who is generally appointed as chairman of the Estimates Committee of the Lok Sabha ?
(A) An independent member of Parliament
(B) The nominated members of Parliament
(C) Member of Parliament of the ruling party
(D) The Member of Parliament of the opposition party
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13. The Ex-Officio Chairman of the Planning Commission of India is–
(A) The President of India (B) The Vice-President
(C) The Prime Minister (D) The Minister for Planning
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14. Who among the following is the world's first woman Prime Minister?
(A) Mrs. Indira Gandhi of India (B) Mrs. Sirimao Bandaranaike of Sri Lanka
(C) Mrs. Golda Meir of Israel (D) Mrs. Margaret Thatcher of the United Kingdom
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15. The "Quit India" movement was launched by the Indian National Congress in the year–
(A) 1940 (B) 1942
(C) 1944 (D) 1946
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16. The earliest source of law is–
(A) Religion (B) Custom
(C) Equality (D) Scientific commentaries
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17. Which one of the following statements most appropriately describe public opinion?
(A) Opinion of people for the common good
(B) Opinion of public leaders for the good of the community
(C) Opinion of a significant number of people for the general good
(D) Opinion which is always acceptable on the basis of general good
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18. The Supreme Court of India has original jurisdiction in regard to–
(A) Disputes between centre and the states (B) Writ petitions
(C) All civil cases (D) All criminal cases
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19. A town faces the following problems. Which one of them should be given priority over others by the municipality of that town?
(A) Bottlenecking of traffic on roads (B) Poor system of drainage
(C) Lack of roads and bridges (D) Scarcity of drinking water
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20. Which one of the following houses of legislatures is the highest court of appeal in the state?
(A) The Senate in the U.S.A. (B) The Lok Sabha in India
(C) House of Lords in U.K. (D) House of Representatives in the U.S.A.
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