UPSC(POLITY) Chapter 4,5,6,7 Date: 3/05/2020

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Question 1 of 30.

Any member of the public or group of people may approach the court , on behalf of the aggrieved persons for protection of his fundamental rights. This is called ________?

1. Doctrine of public interest litigation
2. Doctrine of Severability
3. Doctrine of Real effect
4. None of the above
Question 2 of 30.

Who among the following can suspend the fundamental rights?

1. Parliament
2. President
3. Prime minister
4. Supreme court
Question 3 of 30.

Which among the following is the most appropriate definition of Political liberty of Citizens of India ?

1. Right to participate in the government and assume equal opportunity to assume highest office
2. right to cast vote and participate in the election process
3. Equal opportunity to freely move in the Political territories of India
4. None of the above
Question 4 of 30.

Who is the person who called Preamble an Identity card of the constitution?

1. RC Deshmukh
2. -NA Palkhivala
3. NN Roy
4. Sayyad sadullah
Question 5 of 30.

The term SOCIALISM was added during which amendment?

1. -74th Amendment
2. -44th amendment
3. -42nd amendment
4. -73rd amendment
Question 6 of 30.

Who referred Preamble as the horoscope of our Sovereign and republic?

1. KM Munshi
2. Pandit Thakur Das
3. Alladi Krishna swamy
4. M Hidyathulla
Question 7 of 30.

Which article provides provison to the parliament to form new state or admit into the union of India.

1. Article 3
2. Article 4
3. Article 2
4. Article 1
Question 8 of 30.

Can India cede a part of union to a foreign land under article 3?

1. Yes
2. No
Question 9 of 30.

Fazl Ali Commission for reorganisation of states consists of 3 members, who are the other two

1. KM Pannikar, HN Kunzru
2. Nehru, Patel
3. MN Roy, SK Dhar
Question 10 of 30.

Which of the rights cannot be suspended during emergency?

1. Article 22 and 23
2. Article 20 and 21
3. Article 19 and 20
4. Article 24 and 25
Question 11 of 30.

Which of the following statements is false?

1. A) Fundamental Duties are given in Part IV of the Constitution
2. (B) After the 42th constitutional amendment Fundamental Duties have been added to the Constitution of India.
3. (C) In 2002, after the 82nd Constitution Amendment Act, another Fundamental Duty was added.
4. (D) Public Representation Act, Built in 1951.
Question 12 of 30.

Which of the following committee advocated the Fundamental Duties in the Indian constitution?

1. (A) Verma Committee
2. (B) Sarkaria Committee
3. (C) Balwantrai Mehta Committee
4. (D) Swarn Singh Committee
Question 13 of 30.

Which Constitutional Amendment Act was passed to provide compulsory education to children between 6 and 14 years?

1. (A) 82nd
2. (A) 82nd
3. (C) 86th
4. (D) 84th
Question 14 of 30.

When was the 'Prevention of Insults to National Honour Act' passed?

1. (A) 1976
2. (B) 1972
3. (C) 1974
4. (D) 1971
Question 15 of 30.

Right to property was made a legal right and it is under which article?

1. 368(a)
2. 300(a)
3. 251(b)
4. 316(a)
Question 16 of 30.

Article 14 "Equality before Law" is taken form?

1. German Constitution
2. Irish Constitution
3. -British Constitution
4. American constitution
Question 17 of 30.

Which of the fundamental right is changed as Civil Rights act 1955?

1. Right to freedom
2. Right to equality
3. Abolition of untouchability
4. Equal opportunity in employment
Question 18 of 30.

The writ of mandamus is available for the purpose of which of the following? Enforcement of Fundamental Rights

Compelling a court or Judicial tribunal to exercise its jurisdiction when it has refuse to exercise it

Directing a public official or the Government not to enforce a law which is unconstitutional

Select the correct option from the codes given below:

1. Only 1 & 2
2. Only 2 & 3
3. Only 1 & 3
4. 1, 2 & 3
Question 19 of 30.

Any member of the public or group of people may approach the court , on behalf of the aggrieved persons for protection of his fundamental rights. This is called ______

1. Doctrine of public interest litigation
2. Doctrine of Severability
3. Doctrine of Real effect
4. None of the above
Question 20 of 30.

Which of the following provisions of the constitution did not come into force on November 26, 1949?

1. Provisions relating to citizenship
2. Provisions relating to elections
3. Fundamental rights
4. None of the above
Question 21 of 30.

Supreme Court has made Right to Free Education as the part of which among the following rights?

1. Right to life
2. Right against Exploitation
3. Right to freedom of speech and expression
4. Cultural and Educational Rights
Question 22 of 30.

Which of the following is NOT a correct statement with respect to Freedom of speech and expression in India?

1. It is enshrined in Part III of the Constitution
2. It is not an absolute right to express one’s thoughts freely
3. It can not be reduced by legislation
4. It can be suspended in emergency
Question 23 of 30.

To enforce the fundamental rights, which among the following court(s) has / have authority to issue writs?

1.Supreme Court

2.High Courts

3.District Courts

Select the correct option from the codes given below:

 

1. Only 1
2. Only 1 & 2
3. Only 2 & 3
4. 1, 2 & 3
Question 24 of 30.

Any member of the public or group of people may approach the court , on behalf of the aggrieved persons for protection of his fundamental rights. This is called ______

1. Doctrine of public interest litigation
2. Doctrine of Severability
3. Doctrine of Real effect
4. None of the above
Question 25 of 30.

Which of the following provisions of the constitution did not come into force on November 26, 1949?

1. Provisions relating to citizenship
2. Provisions relating to elections
3. Fundamental rights
4. None of the above
Question 26 of 30.

Supreme Court has made Right to Free Education as the part of which among the following rights?

1. Right to life
2. Right against Exploitation
3. Right to freedom of speech and expression
4. Cultural and Educational Rights
Question 27 of 30.

Which of the following is NOT a correct statement with respect to Freedom of speech and expression in India?

1. It is enshrined in Part III of the Constitution
2. It is not an absolute right to express one’s thoughts freely
3. It can not be reduced by legislation
4. It can be suspended in emergency
Question 28 of 30.

Consider the following statements regarding fundamental rights

1.Some are not self executory.

2.Fundamental rights are protected against invasion by legislature only.

1. Only 1
2. .Only 2
3. Both 1 and 2
4. Neither 1 nor 2
Question 29 of 30.

National Green Tribunal is formed because of?

1. Right to freedom
2. Right to life
3. Right to religion
4. Right to Education
Question 30 of 30.

Which constitutional amendment to achieve "Education for All"

1. 86th
2. 87th
3. 99th
4. 100th

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