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GK General Knowledge - Indian Constitution Question Answer Quiz

Q. Which of the following Articles of the Indian Constitution empowers a State to adopt any one or more of the languages as the official language of that State?
1) Article 330
2) Article 345
3) Article 335
4) Article 312

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Q. The Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, 1989 came into force on -
1) 1 January 1990
2) 30 January 1990
3) 11 September 1989
4) 12 September 1989

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Q. Which of the following Articles of the Constitution of India states that there will be a Vice President of India?
1) Article 75
2) Article 63
3) Article 45
4) Article 56

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Q. Which part of the Indian Constitution has been described as the Magna Carta?
1) Part First
2) Part Second
3) Part Third
4) Part Fourth

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Q. Which Article deals with the role and powers of the Election Commission in India?
1) Article 321
2) Article 325
3) Article 320
4) Article 324

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Q. Which eminent jurist and constitutional expert called the Preamble as the identity card of the Constitution?
1) N. A. Palkhivala
2) Sardar Patel
3) Hiralal Kanhaia
4) Justice Khosla

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Q. Which Article deals with the power of the President to consult the Supreme Court?
1) Article 141
2) Article 143
3) Article 144
4) Article 145

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Q. The procedure of the election of members of Rajya Sabha has been taken in the Indian Constitution from -
1) USA
2) Ireland
3) South African Constitution
4) Australia

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Q. Which of the following Articles of the Indian Constitution has/have been added or amended by Bill, 2021 passed by the Parliament?
I. A new clause-342 A(3) has been added
II. Articles 366(26c) has been amended
III. Article 338B (9) has been added

1) Only I and II are correct
2) Only I is correct
3) Only II and III are correct
4) All are correct

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Q. How many writs can the Supreme Court in India issue under Article 32?
1) Five writs
2) Six writs
3) Seven writs
4) Ten writs

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