Directive Principles Quiz | General Knowledge Multiple Choice Questions and Answers

6 Directive Principles of State Policy are fundamental for :
A governance of the Country.
B upliftment of backward classes.
C protection of Constitution.
D protection of individual rights.

Answer: Option [A]
7 Which of the following cannot be termed as Gandhian principle among the Directive Principles of State Policy?
A To organize village Panchayats.
B To prohibit intoxicating drinks and drugs that are injurious to health.
C To preserve and improve the breeds of the cattle and prohibit slaughter of cows, calves and other milch and drought animals.
D Provision for early childhood care and education to children below the age of six years.

Answer: Option [D]
8 Directive Principles are :
A Justifiable as Fundamental Rights.
B Justifiable but not as Fundamenta Rights.
C Decorative portions of Indian Constitution.
D Not Justifiable yet fundamental in governance of the Country.

Answer: Option [D]
9 The architects of Indian Constitution borrowed the concept of Directive Principles from :
A the Constitution of USA.
B the Constitution of UK.
C the Constitution of Ireland.
D Government of India Act, 1935

Answer: Option [C]
10 The term 'equal pay for equal work' is a :
A Directive Principle of State Policy.
B Statutory provisions in Labour Law.
C Fundamental Rights.
D Matter of State to pass Bill.

Answer: Option [A]


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