Online Indian Polity and Constitution Quiz

Online Indian Polity and Constitution Quiz

1. The Industrial Revolution was brought about on account of–
(A) The workers refusing to work with their hands (B) The Government insisting on the use of machines
(C) Lack of market for hand-made goods (D) Invention of machinery and its application
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2. Which of the following is not the function of the state?
(A) To protect from external aggression (B) To provide for education and public health
(C) To compel its citizens to be religious persons (D) To maintain law and order
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3. The first General Election of Lok Sabha were held in the year–
(A) 1947 (B) 1951
(C) 1952 (D) 1957
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4. The signatories to Panchasheel declaration were–
(A) India and Myanmar (B) India and Pakistan
(C) Malasiya and Myanmar (D) India and China
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5. Who among the following persons, was responsible for the merger of Pincely States into the Indian Dominion?
(A) C. Rajagopalachari (B) Dr. Rajendra Prasad
(C) Sardar Vallabh bhai Patel (D) Sri Vithalbhai Patel
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6. Which of the following features does not help the Indian constitution in becoming unitary in character?
(A) Division of power (B) Single citizenship
(C) Single election commission (D) Residuary powers with the centre
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7. The official language of India is–
(A) Hindi in Devnagri Script (B) Hindi in Roman Script
(C) Hindi in Devnagri script but the numbericals in their international form (D) None of the above
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8. The Union Public Service Commission does not deal with–
(A) All matters concerning the mode and method of appointments in all the civil and public services under the Union
(B) All matters concerning with the elections of the parliament
(C) All matters of discipline and code of conduct for central government
(D) All matters concerning transfer, promotion and general principles of making recruitment
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9. Which of the following is a writ or order that can be passed by the Supreme Court of the High Court to safeguard the rights of a citizen?
(A) Habeas Corpus (B) Referendum
(C) Initiative (D) Plebiscite
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10. Which of the following writ or order is passed by the Supreme Court or the High Court to ascertain the validity of an appointment of a person a certain post?
(A) Writ of habeas corpus (B) Writ of prohibition
(C) Writ of quo warranto (D) Writ of mandamus
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11. A person who is not the member of either House of the Indian Parliament, after being appointed as minister has to become the Member of Parliament within–
(A) 3 months (B) 6 months
(C) 9 months (D) 12 months or a year
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12. The term of office of the governor of a state is–
(A) For 2 years (B) For 3 years
(C) For 4 years (D) For 5 years
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13. How many members are there in the Estimates Committee of the Lok Sabha ?
(A) 20 (B) 40
(C) 60 (D) 30
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14. Who, among the following, is acknowledged as the father of Scientific Socialism?
(A) Karl Marx (B) V. I. Lenin
(C) Jawahar Lal Nehru (D) Mao Tse Tung
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15. The Mac Mohan Line is the line that demarcates the boundary between–
(A) India and Pakistan (B) India and Bangladesh
(C) India and Nepal (D) India, Myanmar and China
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16. Referendum, Recall, Initiative and plebicite are the procedures adopted in–
(A) Autocracy (B) Direct Democracy
(C) Aristocracy (D) Oligarchy
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17. Which of the following is NOT an essential characteristic of sovereignty?
(A) Absolutness (B) Originality
(C) Permanence (D) Indurability
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18. Which of the following rights does civics aim to promote?
(A) Education (B) Property
(C) Worship (D) Liberty
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19. The Indian Constitution is Republican because it provides for–
(A) A parliament (B) A federal form of government
(C) An elected Prime Minister (D) An elected President
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20. Which one of the following countries DOES NOT have a parliamentary form of Government ?
(A) India (B) U.S.A.
(C) U.K. (D) Bangladesh
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