Who is considered the Architect of the Indian Constitution ?

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Q391. Who is considered the Architect of the Indian Constitution ?
(a) Mahatma Gandhi
(b) B.R. Ambedkar
(c) Jawaharlal Nehru
(d) B.N. Rao
Ans: (b)
Q392. Which of the following is not a feature of Indian Constitution ?
(a) Parliamentary form of Government
(b) Independence of Judiciary
(c) Presidential form of Government
(d) Federal Government
Ans: (c)
Q393. The state possesses
(a) only external sovereignty
(b) only internal sovereignty
(c) both internal and external sovereignty
(d) neither external nor internal sovereignty
Ans: (c)
Q394. Which of the following is an essential element of the state?
(a) Sovereignty (b) Government
(c) Territory (d) All these
Ans: (d)
Q395. When was the first Central Legislative Assembly constituted ?
(a) 1922 (b) 1923
(c) 1921 (d) 1920
Ans: (d)
Q396. Which of the following is the inalienable attribute of the parliamentary system of government ?
(a) Flexibility of the Constitution
(b) Fusion of Executive and Legislature
(c) Judicial Supremacy
(d) Parliamentary Sovereignty
Ans: (b)
Q397. Which one of the following judgements stated that ‘Secularism’ and ‘Federalism’ are the basic features of the Indian Constitution ?
(a) Keshavananda Bharati case
(b) S.R. Bommai case
(c) Indira Sawhney case
(d) Minerva Mills case
Ans: (b)
Q398. Constitutional Monarchy means :
(a) The Kinmg writes the constitution
(b) The King interprets the constitution
(c) The King exercises power granted by constitution
(d) The King is elected by the the people
Ans: (c)
Q399. Name of the country from which the constitutional features of procedures for amendment was borrowed by India.
(a) Britain (b) America
(c) South Africa
(d) Germany
Ans: (c)
Q400. Who was the first Chairman of Indian Constitution’s Drafting Committee?
(a) B L Mitter
(b) Madhav Rao
(c) Dr B R Ambedkar
(d) T T Krishnamachari
Ans: (c)
Q401. Which type of democracy do we follow in India?
(a) Direct (b) Presidential
(c) Representative
(d) Dictatorship
Ans: (c)
Q402. Which among the following writs comes into the category of public litigation petition before High Court or Supreme Court ?
(a) a challenge to elections of the office-bearers of a political party
(b) against political interference
(c) against the decision of Lower Court
(d) against a general topic
Ans: (d)
Q403. Separation of the judiciary from the executive has been provided in one of the following parts of the Indian Constitution :
(a) The Preamble
(b) The Fundamental Rights
(c) The Directive Principles of State Policy
(d) The Seventh Schedule
Ans: (c)
Q404. Which of the following can a court issue for enforcement of Fundamental Rights ?
(a) A decree (b) An Ordinance
(c) A writ (d) A notification
Ans: (c)
Q405. Which of the following writs/ orders of the High Court/ Supreme Court is sought to get an order of an authority quashed ?
(a) Mandamus (b) Certiorari
(c) Quo Warranto
(d) Habeas Corpus
Ans: (b)
Q406. Which is the source of political power in India ?
(a) The Constitution
(b) The Parliament
(c) The Parliament and the State Legislatives
(d) We, the People
Ans: (d)
Q407. To which of the following Bills the President must accord his sanction without sending it back for fresh consideration ?
(a) Ordinary Bills
(b) Money Bills
(c) Bills passed by both Houses of the Parliament
(d) Bill seeking amendment to the Constitution
Ans: (b)
Q408. The Indian Constitution recognises minorities on the basis of
(a) Religion
(b) Caste
(c) Percentage of the population of the Group to the total population
(d) Colour
Ans: (c)
Q409. Which of the following is not a ‘Fundamental Right’ ?
(a) Right to Equality
(b) Right to Property
(c) Right to Freedom
(d) Right to Constitutional Remedies
Ans: (b)
Q410. The writs for the enforcement of Fundamental Rights are issued by
(a) The Parliament
(b) The President
(c) The Supreme Court
(d) The Election Commi-ssion
Ans: (c)
Q411. In which of the following cases, the Supreme Court held that fundamental rights are unamendable ?
(a) A. K. Gopalan’s case
(b) Keshvananda Bharti’s case
(c) M. C. Mehta’s case
(d) Golak Nath’s case
Ans: (b)
Q412. The chapter on Fundamental Duties includes
(a) Duty to cherish and follow the noble ideals which inspired out freedom movement.
(b) Duty to vote in General Election
(c) Duty to promote the sense of fraternity among the people
(d) Duty to stick to the political party on whose ticket one contested election.
Ans: (a)
Q413. Who is the guardian of Fundamental Rights enumerated in Indian Constitution ?
(a) Supreme Court
(b) Parliament
(c) Constitution
(d) President
Ans: (a)
Q414. ‘Consent of the people’ means consent of
(a) A few people
(b) All people
(c) Majority of the people
(d) Leader of the people
Ans: (c)
Q415. Which one of the following fundamental rights is available to Indian citizens only ?
(a) Equality before law
(b) Protection of life and personal liberty against any action without authority of law
(c) Protection from discrimination on grounds of religion, race, caste, sex or place of birth
(d) Freedom of religion
Ans: (c)
Q416. Fundamental Duties were added to the Constitution by
(a) 24th Amendment
(b) 39th Amendment
(c) 42nd Amendment
(d) 44th Amendment
Ans: (c)
Q417. A writ issued by the High Court or the Supreme Court to protect the fundamental rights of the citizens is known as
(a) Mandamus
(b) Quo Warranto
(c) Certiorari
(d) Habeas Corpus
Ans: (d)
Q418. Which one of the following is a Fundamental Right guaranteed by the Constitution of India?
(a) Right to govern
(b) Right to property
(c) Right to information
(d) Right to equality
Ans: (d)
Q419. Political equality is found in
(a) the absence of privileges
(b) universal adult suffrage
(c) equal distribution of wealth
(d) the rationality of the individual
Ans: (b)
Q420. Which one of the following Writs is issued to courts, corporations, government servants or persons directing them to perform their public duty?
(a) Habeas Corpus
(b) Quo Warranto
(c) Mandamus
(d) Prohibition
Ans: (c)

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