indian polity and constitution | Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) Choose Part Part A

Q1 - Which Constitutional Amendment Act removed Right to Property from the list of Fundamental Rights
A. 42ⁿᵈ
B. 41ˢᵗ
C. 46ᵗʰ
D. 44ᵗʰ
Answer - D
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Q2 - Who is the exponent of Jurisprudential Inquiry Model
A. Bill Gordon
B. Richer Suchman
C. James Shaver
D. Hilda Taba
Answer - C
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Q3 - International Labour Organization’s Conventions 138 and 182 are related to
A. Child Labour
B. Adaptation of agriculture practices to global climate change
C. Regulation of food prices and food security
D. Gender parity at the workplace.
Answer - A
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Q4 - If the President of India exercises his power as provided under article 356 of the Constitution in respect State, then
A. the Assembly of the India state is automatically dissolve4⃣
B. the powers of the Legislature of that State shall be exercisable by or under the authority of the Parliament
C. Article 19 is suspended in that State
D. 2⃣ the powers of the Legislature of that State shall be exercisable by or under the authority of the Parliament 3⃣ Article 19 is suspended in that State
Answer - B
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Q5 - If a commodity is provided free to the public by the Government, then
A. the opportunity cost is zero.
B. the opportunity cost is ignore4⃣
C.
D. 3⃣ the opportunity cost is transferred from the consumers of the product to the tax-paying publi3⃣
Answer - C
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Q6 - Which one of the following reflects the most appropriate relationship between law and liberty
A. If there are more laws, there is less liberty
B. If there are no laws, there is no liberty
C. If there is liberty, laws have to be made by the people
D. If laws are changed too often, liberty is in danger
Answer - A
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Q7 - Who was the first temporary chairman of the Constituent Assembly?
A. B R Ambedkar
B. Jawahar Lal Nehru
C. Rajendra Prasad
D. Dr. Sachchidananda Sinha
Answer - D
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