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GK Quiz on Indian Polity (SET 2)

04-FEB-2016 13:05

    Dear Students Jagran Josh is presenting you a set of 10 MCQs based on different topics of Indian Constitution. These are very relevant questions for the upcoming exams. So solve these questions and evaluate yourself.

    1. Part IV of Indian Constitution deals with……….

    a) Fundamental Rights

    b) Citizenship

    c) Directive Principles of State Policy

    d) Union Executive

    2. To whom the Speaker of the Lok Sabha gives his resignation?

    a) President

    b) Chief justice of India

    c) Prime minister

    d) Deputy speaker of lok sabha

    3. What was the duration of Neelam Sanjeeva Reddy as the president of India?

    a) 1962 to 9176

    b) 1967 to 69

    c) 1977 to 1982

    d) None of these

    4. Who among the following does not give his resignation to the president of India?

    a) Attorney General Of India

    b) Governors of the states

    c) Comptroller  and Auditor General of India

    d) Lok Sabha Speaker

    5. Lok Sabha speaker takes the oath of the office from:

    a) Prime Minister

    b) President

    c) Chief Judge Of Supreme Court

    d) No oath

    6. Which of the following is NOT the fundamental duty for Indian citizens?

    a) To safe  guard public property

    b) To protect and improve the natural environment

    c) To obey all the women

    d) To develop the scientific temper and spirit of enquiry

    7. Which of the following is not the pillar of Directive Principal of State Policy?

    a) Democratic principles

    b) Liberal principles

    c) Gandhian principles

    d) Socio-Economic principles

    8. Which of the following articles is called the “Soul of the Constitution” by the Dr. Ambedkar?

    a) Article 32

    b) Article 368

    c) Article 19

    d) Article 15

    9. Which of the following article remains in force during the National Emergency?

    a) Article 32

    b) Article 21

    c) Article 19

    d) Article 15

    10. Article 18 of the Indian Constitution deals with:

    a) Abolition of untouchability

    b) Abolition of Titles

    c) Abolition of Child labour

    d) Right to equality























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