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Constitution

1. What is the meaning of lex loci


(a) law of land
(b) sovereignty is essential for enacting laws
(c) law of the land is supreme
(d) Crown has supreme authority.
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2. The amendment procedure laid down in the Constitution of India is on the pattern
of
(a) Government of India Act. 1935
(b) Government of India Act. 1947
(c) Constitution of USA
(d) Constitution of UK.
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3. In which case, it was held by the Supreme Court that Preamble is the basic
feature of t he Constitution
(a) In re : Golaknath case
(b) In re : Maneka Gandhi
(c) In re : Swarn Singh
(d) In re : Keshwananda Bharti :
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4. In which case the Supreme Court held that the Preamble is not the Part of the
Constitution ?
(a) A. K. Gopalan case
(b) Berubari case
(c) Minerua Mills case

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(d) A.K. Antony case


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5. Sovereignty under Constitution belongs to
(a) the President
(b) the Parliament
(c) the People
(d) the Executant, Judiciary and Legislature.
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6. The Indian Constitution was adopted by the Constituent Assembly on
(a) 25 August, 1949
(b) 26 November, 1949
(c) 26 January, 1950
(d) 15 August, 1947
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7. The word socialist secular and unity and integrity of the Nation were made to
our Constitution by
(a) 42nd Amendment of the Constitution
(b)44th Amendment of the Constitution
(c)46th Amendment of the Constitution
(d)None of the above.
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8. The word socialist in preamble, aims to
(a) eliminate inequality in economic and political status
(b) eliminate inequality in political and religious affairs
(c) eliminate inequality in income and status
(d) eliminate class based society.
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9. The Chairman of the Constituent Assembly was
(a) Jawaharlal Nehru
(b) Jai Prakash Narayan
(c) C. Rajgopalachari

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(d) Dr. Rajendra Prasad.


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10. The concept of Directive Principle of State policy is borrowed from
(a) Germany
(b) France
(c) Ireland
(d) USA.
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11. Any person under Article 14 denotes


(a) any company or association or body of individuals both citizens, noncitizens, natural persons and legal persons.
(b) any person is preferred as individual only
(c) any person includes only the foreign tourists
(d) all of the above.
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12. Article 15 (1) prohibits the State to discriminate against citizens on the grounds
only of
(a) religion
(b) race
(c) caste and place of birth
(d) all of the above.
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13. Article 19 (1) includes
(a) freedom of speech and expression
(b) liberty of press
(c) freedom of propagation of ideas
(d) none of the above.
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14. Right to education is a fundamental right emanating from right to
(a) freedom of speech and expression under Article 19 (1) (a)
(b) culture and education under Article 29 and 30
(c) life and personal liberty under Article 21
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(d) equality before law and equal protection of law under Article 14.
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15. The doctrine of double jeopardy in Article 20 (2) means
(a) no one can be tried and punished more than once for the same offence
(b) one can be tried several times for the same offence
(c) punishment once awarded cannot be enhanced in appeal or revision
(d) one can be tried more than once but punished only once.
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16. Article 20 (1) protects against ex-post facto law. Ex-post facto law means
(a) law which imposes penalty
(b) penalty is nullified
(c) penalty is enhanced with respect to the law in force
(d) the accused is not benefited as it enhances the punishment.
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17. Doctrine of self-incrimination enacted in Article 20 (3) means.
(a) no person accused of an offence can be compelled to be witness against
himself . `
(b) no person accused of an offence can be compelled to be witness against
others
(c)no advocate accused of an offence can be compelled to give evidence
against himself
(d) no person accused of an offence can be judge against himself.
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18.The following are not included in the right to personal liberty.
(a) Right to go abroad
(b) Right to undertrial prisoners not to be detained for unreasonably long
period
(c) Right to human dignity
(d) Right not to be detained beyond 24 hours in police custody.
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19. Article 25 guarantee freedom of religion, but it is subject to
(a) public order, morality, health and other fundamental rights
(b) public order, morality and health
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(c)public order, morality, health and sovereignity and integrity of India


(d) public order, morality and secularism,
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20. The remedial fundamental right, the back-bone of fundamental rights


guaranteed under Article 32 is available to
(a) Indian citizens only
(b) Indian citizens as well as foreigners
(c) all persons, natural or artificial, citizens as well as non-citizens.
(d) all natural person, Indian citizens or non-citizens.
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21. For the enforcement of any of the fundamental rights
(a) a writ petition must be first moved in the High Court
(b) writ petition cannot be filed directly in the Supreme Court
(c) a writ petition can be directly moved in the Supreme Court.
(d) a writ petition can be directly moved in the Supreme Court with its leave.
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22. Under Article 32 a writ petition can be made to the Supreme Court by a person
who himself has suffered only. Under which of the following, a relative or friend of a
person aggrieved can file a wit etition
(a) Habeas Corpus
(b) Mandamus
(c) Certiorari
(d) all of the above.
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23. Petition to the Supreme Court under Article 32 are subject to the rule of
Resjudicata except
(a) Quo Warranto
(b) Habeas Corpus
(c) Certiorari
(d) Prohibition.
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)

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24. The appropriate writ issued by the Court to quash the appointment of a person
to a public office is that of
(a) Prohibition
(b) Quo Warranto
(c) Certiorari
(d) Mandamus.
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25. Which one of the following is not a Fundamental Right
(a) right to property
(b) right to assemble peacefully
(c) right to move freely throughout the country
(d) right to Constitutional Remedies.
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26.Prohibition of employment of children of below .. years is provided under


Article 24.
(a) 14 years
(b) 12 years
(c) 7 years
(d) None of the above.
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27. The Directive principles are aimed at
(a) securing political freedom
(b) securing social and economic freedom by appropriate action
(c) executive supremacy
(d) judicial supremacy.
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28.Fundamental duties are enshrined in
(a) Part IV, Article 51
(b)Part IV, Article 51 A
(c) Part IV A, Article 51
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(d) Part IVA, Article 51 A.

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29. From which country the principles of Fundamental Duties have been derived
(a) Ireland

(b) USSR

(c) Britain

(d) France.

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30. Fundamental Duties were inserted in the Constitution by
(a) 42nd Amendment
(b) 44th Amendment
(c) 47th Amendment
(d) 49th Amendment
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31.According to the Constitution 86th amendment of 2002 it is the fundamental
duties of a parent or guardian to provide opportunities for education to his child:
(a) Ward between the age of 6 to 14 years
(b) Ward between the age of 6 to 12 years
(c) Ward between the age of 6 to 10years
(d) Ward between the age of 6 to 9 years
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32. Respect for the National Flag and National Anthem is
(a) fundamental right of every citizen
(b) fundamental duty of every citizen
(c)directive principles of State policy
(d) ordinary duty of every citizen.
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33. Fundamental duties have been added in the Constitution by 42 nd Amendment
Act,1976 in accordance with the recommendation of
(a) Santhanam Committee

(b) Sarkaria Committee

(c) Swaran Singh Committee


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(d) Indira Gandhi Committee.

34. The term equal pay for equal work is a :


(a) Directive Principle of Sate Policy
(b) statutory provision in Labour Law
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(c) Fundamental Rights


(d) matter of state to pass Bill.
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35. The president of India is
(a) Commander- in Chief of Defence Forces
(b) Supreme Commander of Armed Forces
(c) Head of the Government
(d) Supreme Commander of Defence Forces of the Union and Executive Head
of the Union (
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36. The President of India is elected
(a) directly
(b) indirectly
(c) indirectly by secret ballot
(d) indirectly by secret ballot and by proportional representation system by
means of single transferable vote.
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37.The Executive Power of the State is vested with
(a) People of the State

(b) Chief Minister of the State

(c) Governor of the State (d) State Legislature.


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38. Power of Governor to grant pardon etc., and to suspend, remit or commute
sentence in certain cases is a statutory power. It is given in
(a) Article 159

(b) Article 161

(c) Article 162

(d) Article 163


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39.The pardoning power given to the president of India under Article 72 can be
exercised
(a) only after the trial and on the sentence of conviction
(b) during or after trial but never before trial
(c) at any time before, during or after the trial
(d)either before or after the trial but never during the trial of the case.
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)

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40. The power to grant pardons, reprieves or remission of punishment under Article 72 is
exercised by the President of India
(a) on the advice of the Prime Minister
Union

(b) on the own as Head of the

(c) on the advice of Council of Ministers


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(d)in consultation with the Prime Minister who tenders his opinion on the advice of his
cabinet.s
41. A person who holds or who has held office as President shall
(a) not be eligible for re-election
(b) be eligible for re-election as President
(c)be eligible for re-election as president after the gap of one term.
(d) be eligible for re-election as President after 10 years of vacating the office
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42.The powers of the President are
(a) beyond the Constitution
(b) in accordance with the Constitution
(c) in accordance with the Parliament only.
(d) Supra-Constitutional.
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43. If President wants to tender his resignation before expiry of his normal term be has to
address the same to:
(a) Chief Justice of India
(c) prime Minister

(b) Parliament
(d) Vice-President.

44. Generally, the Governor belongs to:


(a) the same State

(b) the neighbouring State

(c) some other State


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(d) Indian Administrative Service.

45.A law made by Parliament having extra-territorial operation shall


(a) not be deemed invalid

(b) be deemed invalid

(c) be deemed ultra uires


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(d) be deemed constitutional.

46.The voting age has been reduced from 21 to 18 by the Parliament in the year
(a) 1976
(c) 1989
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(b) 1978
(d)1991
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47. Court- fee taken by the High Court comes under :


(a) Union List

(b) State List

(c) Concurrent List


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(d) Decided by the Supreme Court.

48. Doctrine of pleasure was introduced in :

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(a) Article 310


(c) Article 317
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(b) Article 312


(d) None of the above .

49.The judges of the Supreme Court are appointed


(a) by the President
(b) by the President in Consultation with the Chief Justice of India
(c) by the President in consultation with the Chief Justice of India and out of the
judges of the Supreme Court and High Court as he may deem necessary for the
purpose
(d) by the President in consultation with Prime Minster.
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50. The power of judicial review in India is enjoyed by
(a) by the Supreme Court alone
(b) by all Courts
(c) by the supreme Court as well as High Courts
(d)by no Court.
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Constitution I answer sheet


1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

A
A
D
B
C
B
A
C
D
C

11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

A
D
A
B
A
A
A
D
A
C

21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

C
A
B
B
A
A
B
D
B
A

31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40

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A
B
A
A
D
D
C
B
A
C

41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50

B
B
D
C
A
C
B
A
C
C