GK Quiz on Attorney General of India & Basic Structure Doctrines of the Constitution

25-JAN-2016 12:09

    Dear Students Jagran Josh is presenting a set of ten MCQs based on Attorney General of India & Basic Structure Doctrines of the constitution. The jagran team has gone through a deep analysis to frame only those kinds of questions which are very much relevant for the upcoming competitive exams.

    1. Which of the following article of Indian Constitution dealt with the appointment of attorney general of India?

    (a) Article 72

    (b) Article 74

    (c) Article 76

    (d) Article 68

    2. Which of the following is true about the Attorney General of India?

    (a) He has the right of audience in all the courts in India

    (b) His term of the office and remuneration is decided by the president

    (c) He advices the Government of India

    (d) All the above

    3. Who is the highest legal officer of the Union Government of India?

    (a) Attorney General of India

    (b) CAG

    (c) President

    (d) Solicitor General of India

    4. To be eligible for appointment as Attorney General of India, a person must possess the qualifications prescribed for a............

    (a) Judge of Supreme Court of India

    (b) Judge of a high court

    (c) A renown lawyer

    (d) Solicitor General of India

    5. Which one is not true about the Attorney General of India?

    (a) He is the legal advisor to the Government of India

    (b) His tenure and salary is decided by the President

    (c) He has the voting right in the proceeding of the Parliament

    (d) He appears before high courts and Supreme Court in cases involving union government.

    6. Who prepared the preamble of the Indian Constitution?

    (a) Jawahar Lal Nehru

    (b) Vallabh Bhai Patel

    (c) Rajendra Prasad

    (d) Dr. B.R. Ambedkar

    7. Preamble of our country reads that India is a …………

    (a) Sovereign & secular

    (b) Secular & Democratic

    (c) Secular, Sovereign, Democratic

    (d)  Secular, Sovereign, Democratic, Democratic and Republic

    8. Which of the following describes India as a secular state

    (a) Fundamental rights

    (b) Directive principles of state policy

    (c) Fifth schedule

    (d) Preamble of the Constitution

    9. Inclusion of the word “ fraternity is proposed by

    (a) Dr. Ambedkar

    (b) J.L. Nehru

    (c) J.B. Kriplani

    (d) Shyama Prasad Mukherjee

    10. Supreme court held that the Preamble is not a part of the constitution in which of the following cases:

    (a) Berubari Union case (1960) and Kesavanand Bharti case (1973)

    (b) Unni Krishnan vs Union of India

    (c) Minnerva Mills vs. the union of India and other states

    (d) Sunil Batra vs. Delhi Government























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