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Indian Constitution Question Answer 2024, Indian Constitution Quiz Questions 2024

Q. Consider the following state­ments -
1. According to Article 356, the Government could declare a state of emergency on grounds of external threat only.
2. Once an emergency is pro­claimed the federal distri­bution of powers remains practically suspended and all the powers are concen­trated in the hands of the union government.
3. The 42nd Amendment was also passed during the emer­gency.
4. Among the various changes made by the 42nd Amendment, one was that the duration of the legislature in the country was extended from 5 to 7 years.
Which of the statements given above is correct?

1) Only 1 and 4
2) Only 1 and 2
3) Only 2 and 3
4) Only 3

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Q. With reference to Directive Principles of State Policy consider the following statements -
1. The Directive Principles of State Policy of Indian Con­stitution have been clearly divided into three parts, i.e. Socialist, Gandhian, and Liberal.
2. Directive principles of State Policy related to co-operative society (under Article 43) of Indian Constitutions are taken from Nehru's objective resolution of 1946.
Which of the statements given above is /are incorrect?

1) Only 1
2) Only 2
3) Both 1 and 2
4) Neither I nor 2

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Q. Consider the following state­ments under Article 18 of the Indian Constitution -
1. Any Citizen of India can take any title from any foreign state.
2. In Balaji Raghavan V/s Indian Federation, 1996, the Supreme Court announ­ced that' Padma-Vibhushan', 'Padma-Bhushan', and 'Padamshree' is a title, but these awards violate the 'right to equality'.
Which of the following state­ments given above is/are correct?

1) Only 1
2) Only 2
3) Both 1 and 2
4) Neither 1 nor 2

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Q. Consider the following state­ments -
1. A Bill pending in the legis­lature of state shall lapse by reason of the prorogation of the House or Houses thereof.
2. A Bill pending in the legislative council of a state which has been passed by the legislative assembly shall lapse on a dissolution of the assembly.
3. A Bill which is pending in the legislative assembly of a state or which has been passed by the legislative assembly and is pending in the legislative council shall not lapse on a dissolution of the assembly.
Which of the statements above is/are correct?

1) Only 1 and 2
2) Only 2 and 3
3) Only 1 and 3
4) Only 2

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Q. Consider the following state­ments -
1. The President nominates twelve members of the Rajya Sabha on the advice of the Council of Ministers.
2. The President has absolute power to appoint and remove the Chairman and members of statutory bodies at his discretion.
Which of the statements given above is/are correct?

1) Only 2
2) Both 1 and 2
3) Only 1
4) Neither 1 nor 2

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Q. Which of the following conditions may lead to the resignation of the government?
1. The defeat of an ordinary bill introduced by a mini­ster.
2.The defeat of a money bill.

1) Only 2
2) Only 1
3) Both 1 and 2
4) None of the above

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Q. In which of the following houses the Chairperson is not the member of that house?
1) Rajya Sabha
2) Legislative Assembly
3) Lok Sabha
4) Legislative Council

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Q. Grassroots democracy is related -
1) Decentralisation of powers
2) Panchayati Raj System
3) Devolution of powers
4) All of the above

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Q. The Indian Constitution has borrowed some features from the US Constitution. Those features are -
I. Fundamental rights, Inde­pendence of the judiciary, Judicial review, Impeach­ment of the President, Removal of Supreme Court and High Court Judges and Post of Vice-President.
II. The Indian Constitution establishes a secular state, meaning that the State treats all religions equally. Free­dom of faith and worship is allowed to all the people.
III. Educational institutions, without exception, are free to impart religious instruc­tion.
IV. The State makes no discri­mination on the basis of religion in matters of employment.

1) I, II and IV
2) I, II and III
3) II, III and IV
4) I and II

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Q. Consider the following state­ments about the Preamble of the Constitution and state which of them are correct with the help of given codes -
1. The objective resolution proposed by Pt. Nehru ultimately became the Preamble.
2. It is not justiciable in nature.
3. It cannot be amended.
4. It cannot override the specific provisions of the Constitution.

1) Only 2, 3 and 4
2) Only 1, 2 and 3
3) Only 1 and 2
4) Only 1, 2 and 4

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