40 IMPORTANT MCQ TYPE QUESTION ANSWER OF INDIAN CONSTITUTION

40 IMPORTANT MCQ TYPE QUESTION ANSWER OF INDIAN CONSTITUTION

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40 IMPORTANT MCQ TYPE QUESTION ANSWER OF INDIAN CONSTITUTION
INDIAN CONSTITUTION



1. On the basis of which plan the Constituent Assembly of India was formed:

 (a) Cripps Scheme
 (c) Wavell scheme
 (b) Mountbatten Plan
 (d) Cabinet Mission Plan


 2. The first session of the Constituent Assembly began:

 (b) January 26, 1950
 (a) 15th August, 1947
 (c) 9th December, 1946
 (d) December 13, 1946

 3. By whom was the 'objective motion' presented in the Constituent Assembly:
 (a) Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru
 (b) Dr. Rajendra Prasad
 (c) Bhimrao Ambedkar
 (d) Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel

 4. In the Constituent Assembly 'Objective Motion' was introduced:
 (a) 9th December, 1946
 (b) December 13, 1946
 (c) 22nd January, 1947
 (d) June 3, 1947

 5. The advisors of the Constituent Assembly were :
 (a) Bhimrao Ambedkar
 ( all . N. Rao
 (b) Jawaharlal Nehru
 (d) Mountbatten was elected:

 6. Chairman of the 'Drafting Committee'
 (a) Dr. Rajendra Prasad .
 (b) Maulana Azad
 (d) Dr. ambedkar
 ( all . N. Rao

 7. Constitution Declared Passed:
 (b) 26 November, 1949
 (a) 9th December, 1946
 (c) 15th August, 1947
 (d) 26 January 1950

 8. The focal points of power in the Constituent Assembly were :
 (a) Ambedkar and Rajendra Prasad
 (b) Sardar Patel and Jawaharlal
 (c) Maulana Azad and Jawaharlal Nehru
 (d) Nehru and Gandhi

 7. Constitution Declared Passed:
 (a) 9th December, 1946
 (b) 26 November, 1949
 (c) 15th August, 1947
 (d) 26 January 1950

 8. The focal points of power in the Constituent Assembly were :
 (a) Ambedkar and Rajendra Prasad
 (b) Sardar Patel and Jawaharlal
 (c) Maulana Azad and Jawaharlal Nehru
 (d) Nehru and Gandhi

 9. The function of the Constituent Assembly was characterized by:
 (a) Universalism
 (b) a sense of agreement and coordination
 (c) the spirit of tolerance
 (d) feeling of appeasement

 10. Which issue presented the most difficulties in the Constituent Assembly :
 (a) National Contact Language
 (c) the office of the Vice-President
 (b) Union system
 (d) adult franchise

 11. The soul of the Constitution is :
 (a) Presidential election
 (c) Preface
 (b) Directive Principles of Policy
 (d) The provision related to the union system is the cornerstone:


 12. The 'Preamble' of the Constitution
 (a) Cripps Scheme
 (c) Mountbatten Plan
 (b) Objective Proposition
 (d) Cabinet Mission Plan

 On the basis of Jana plan 50 46 th presented T : 46 . 49 Patel 50

 13. The 42nd Amendment Act has been added to the Preamble by :
 (a) Socialist Secular
 (b) Socialist - Democratic
 (c) Democratic - Socialist
 (D) Secular - Socialist

 14. Preamble :
 (a) It is a part of the Constitution.
 (b) higher than the constitution.
 (c) is not a part of the constitution.
  (d) None of the above.

 15. Best expression of the philosophy enshrined in the Indian Constitution:
  (a) in the President.
 (c) in the Prime Minister.
  (b) In the preamble.
  (d) Fundamental rights

 16. Secular means :
  (a) Religious
 (c) anti-religious
 (b) secular
 (d) unrighteous

 17. Secular State means :
  (a) Oppose the state religion.
 (b) The state should not discriminate with any one of the different religions.
 (c) The state should encourage individuals to be atheists.
  (d) The existence of God should not be accepted.

 18. The reason for adopting secularism in the Indian Constitution is not
 (a) To protect the interests of religious minorities
 (b) To learn from communal politics during the national movement
 (c) Adopting a democratic system of government
 (d) To implement the ideas of Mahatma Gandhi


 21. Indian Constitution
 (a) is flexible.
 (b) There is a harmony of flexible and immovable.
  (c) is immovable.
  (d) None of the above.

 22. The process of constitutional amendment is described in :
 (a) Article 370
  (b) Article 368
 (c) Article 356
  (d) Article 352

 23. Parliament cannot make any changes in the Fundamental Rights, in which case the Supreme Court gave such a decision:
  (a) Golaknath
 (b) Kesavananda Bharati
  (d) Shankari Prasad
 (c) Minerva Mills

 24. On the difference of opinion of both the Houses on the Constitution Amendment Bill:
 (a) The President can call a joint sitting of both the Houses.
  (b) The President cannot call a joint sitting of both the Houses.
 (c) A joint committee of both the houses resolves the differences.
 (d) None of the above.

 25. With the State Legislatures for amendment in the Indian Constitution:
 (a) Initiative is the power.
  (b) There may or may not be a power of initiative.
  (c) There is no initiative power.
  (d) None of the above.

 26. Which of the following statements is absolutely correct :
 (a) There is a system of referendum on Constitution Amendment Bills in India.
 (b) The ratification of the state legislatures is not necessary on all proposals to amend the constitution in India.
 (c) There is a provision in the constitution to make differences between the two houses on the amendment bill.
 (d) The time limit is fixed for the state legislatures to ratify the constitutional amendments.

 27. Right to property is related to :
 (a) 21st Amendment
 (c) 44th Amendment
 (b) 36th Amendment
  (d) 52nd Amendment is :

 28. Prohibits defection

 (a) 42nd Amendment
  (b) 52nd Amendment
  (c) 62nd Amendment
 (d) 68th Amendment

  29. Age of voting reduced from 21 years to 18 years:
 (b) 68th Amendment
 (d) 52nd Amendment
  (a) 61st Amendment
 (c) 42nd Amendment

 30. Fundamental duties have been added to (a) by 17th amendment (c) by 42nd amendment (b) by 52nd amendment (d) by 44th amendment 37 38 39.

 31. The sources of the constitution are not :
 (a) Debates of the Constituent Assembly
 (b) Supreme Court's decision
 (c) President's lectures
 (d) the views of the constitutional experts
 32. The experts in Constitutional Law in India are :
 (a) Nani Palkiwala, Venu Gopal, Niren Dey
 (b) Niren Dey, Indra Kumar Gujral, Vidyacharan Shukla
 (c) Venu Gopal, Ashok Kumar Sen, b. P . circle
 (d) Nani Palkiwala, Laxmimal Singhvi, V. P . Lion

 33. The greatest impact on our present constitution has been :
 (a) Act of 1935
 (b) Act of 1909
 (c) Act of 1892
  (d) Act of 1919

 34. Which feature of the US Constitution did not affect our constitution?
 (a) Union system
 (b) Fundamental Rights
  (c) Separation of Power
 (d) judicial review

 35. From which constitution the idea of ​​concurrent list has been adopted in our constitution: :
 (a) Canada
 (c) America
 (b) Switzerland
  (d) Australia

 36. Which decision of the Supreme Court has most influenced the nature of the Indian Constitution:
 (a) Gopalan v. State of Madras
 (v) Golaknath Vs. State of Punjab
 (c) Kesavananda Bharati vs State of Kerala
 (d) None of the above.

 35. From which constitution the idea of ​​concurrent list has been adopted in our constitution :
 (b) Switzerland
 (a) Canada
 (c) America
 (d) Australia
 
 36. Which decision of the Supreme Court has most influenced the nature of the Indian Constitution:
 (a) Gopalan v. State of Madras
 (v) Golaknath v State of Punjab
 (c) Kesavananda Bharati vs State of Kerala
 (d) None of the above.
 
 37. A feature of the Indian Constitution is :
 (a) developed, written and comprehensive
 (b) Constructed, written and comprehensive
 (c) Constructed, Unwritten and Abbreviated
 (d) Constructed, abbreviated and written.
 
 38. India is a republic because :
 (a) There has been a tradition of republics here.
 (b) Union of several republics.
 (c) The highest official of the state is indirectly elected by the people.
 (d) The head of the state is hereditary.

 39. India is a parliamentary system country because:
 (a) Parliamentary system has been mentioned in the Preamble.
 (b) The executive is responsible to the Parliament.
 (c) The head of the state is elected.
 (d) The Prime Minister is the leader of the Parliament.

 40. Indian Constitution :
 (a) Emphasizes on parliamentary supremacy.
 (b) Emphasizes on judicial supremacy.
 (c) Follows the middle path of parliamentary supremacy and judicial supremacy.
 (d) does not insist on any of the above.




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