Constitutional Development of India - Indian Polity Objective Questions and Answers | Page-3

21 Article 17 of the Indian Constitution provides for
A Abolition of titles
B Equality before law
C Abolition of untouchability
D Equality of opportunity in matters of public employment

Answer: Option [C]
22 Article 370 of the Constitution of India provides for
A Temporary provisions for Jammu & Kashmir
B Special provisions in respect of Nagaland
C Provisions in respect of the financial emergency
D None of these

Answer: Option [A]
23 Who among the following was the President of the Constituent Assembly of India ?
A M.A. Jinnah
B Dr. Rajendra Prasad
C Jawaharlal Nehru
D Lal Bahadur Shastri

Answer: Option [B]
24 The majority of the provisions of Indian Constitution can be amended
A By the Parliament alone
B By the State Legislatures acting together
C Only on ratification by half of the States
D With the joint approval of the Parliament and State Legislatures

Answer: Option [A]
25 A proclamation of emergency, under Article 352, on account of war or aggression requires approval of the Parliament within
A One month
B Two months
C Four months
D Six months

Answer: Option [A]
26 Article 370 of the Indian Constitution upholds
A Diplomatic privileges and immunities
B Land reforms legislation in India
C Special status of Jammu and Kashmir State
D Duties and rights of Lokpal

Answer: Option [C]
27 In our Constitution, Economic Planning is included in
A Union list
B Concurrent list
C State list
D Not any specified list

Answer: Option [B]
28 Which Constitutional Amendment gave precedence to the Directive Principles of State Policy over Fundamental Rights ?
A 42nd
B 44th
C 52nd
D 56th

Answer: Option [A]
29 Which of the following expressions does not figure in the Preamble to the Indian Constitution ?
A Secular
B Federal
C Socialist
D Sovereign Democratic Republic

Answer: Option [B]
30 The basic features of the Indian Constitution which are not amendable under Article 368 are
A Judicial review and the federal system
B Sovereignty, territorial integrity, federal system and judicial review
C Sovereignty, territorial integrity and parliamentary system of Government
D Sovereignty, territorial integrity, federal system and judicial review and parliamentary system of Government

Answer: Option [D]

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