General Knowledge (GK) 2023-24: GK Questions, Topics, Mock Test, Practice Quiz

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GK Questions 2022

At present, competition in competitive exams is increasing continuously and every candidate wants to crack prestigious exams like SSC, UPSC, RPSC, Banking, Police, and Railway in their first attempt. But, first of all, candidates need to pay special attention to the subject of general knowledge. Because General Knowledge is the only subject that is much more detailed than Reasoning, the Mathematics section in the exam. So, this blog is useful for all candidates preparing for competitive exams. You need to know that General Knowledge (GK) is an important section of all government exams. General Knowledge is an essential subject to succeed in various exams and crack the interviews related to them, current affairs, bank-finance, politics, history, sports, science-Technics for students to score full marks in GK subjects. It is necessary to have special knowledge of the topic related to it.

GK Questions 2023-24

Here in this article, we are providing you with Important and Latest General Knowledge (GK) 2021: GK Questions, Topics, Mock Tests, and Practice  Tests. By solving all these GK question quizzes daily you can increase your speed and accuracy so that you can solve them according to the latest syllabus and pattern of competitive exams. Also, some such GK questions are asked in the exam, which are a bit confusing for the students. So, before attempting the General Knowledge questions, stop and think carefully and choose the correct option in the GK MCQ questions. Let us start solving GK questions -

General Knowledge

Q :  

Which rule has been provided in Article 17 of the Indian Constitution?

(A) Equality before law

(B) Equality of opportunity in matters of government employment

(C) Abolition of titles

(D) Eradication of untouchability

Correct Answer : D
Explanation :
Article 17 of the Indian Constitution states that “Untouchability” is abolished and its practice in any form is forbidden. The enforcement of any disability arising out of “Untouchability” shall be an offence punishable in accordance with the law.

Q :  

Which article of the Indian Constitution abolishes untouchability and prohibits its practice in any form?

(A) Article 16

(B) Article 17

(C) Article 18

(D) Article 15

Correct Answer : B
Explanation :

ARTICLE 17 OF THE INDIAN CONSTITUTION: Untouchability is abolished and its practice in any form is forbidden. The enforcement of any disability arising out of Untouchability shall be an offence punishable in accordance with law.

Q :  

Which equality is provided for in Articles 17 and 18 of the Constitution?

(A) Social Equality

(B) Economic Equality

(C) Political Equality

(D) Religious Equality

Correct Answer : C
Explanation :
Article 17 (Abolition of Untouchability) and Article 18 (Abolition of Title), both are covered under Part III (Fundamentals Rights) of the Constitution which ensures an important role in the establishment of equality of status of citizens in India.

Q :  

Which article of the Indian Constitution contains the fundamental duties of Indian citizens?

(A) Article 50A

(B) Article 50B

(C) Article 51A

(D) Article 51B

Correct Answer : C
Explanation :

Article 51 'A', contained in Part IV A of the Constitution deals with Fundamental Duties.

Q :  

Which one 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

Correct Answer : B
Explanation :

The right to property is not a Fundamental Right but it is a constitutional right. In the original Constitution, the right to property was listed as a fundamental right.

Q :  

Through which rights are the fundamental rights ensured in India?

(A) Right to equality

(B) Right against exploitation

(C) Right to Constitutional Remedies

(D) Educational and cultural rights

Correct Answer : C
Explanation :

The Constitution offers all citizens, individually and collectively, some basic freedoms. These are guaranteed in the Constitution in the form of six broad categories of Fundamental Rights, which are justifiable. Article 12 to 35 contained in Part III of the Constitution deal with Fundamental Rights.

Q :  

The right to vote in elections to Parliament is ______?

(A) Fundamental Right

(B) Constitutional Right

(C) Legal Right

(D) Natural Right

Correct Answer : B
Explanation :

The correct answer is Constitutional Right. Right to Vote Right to vote in elections is an important constitutional right. What is true of the right to vote, is also true for the ;right to contest the election, that means it is also a constitutional right. However, Article 326 of the Constitution provides for universal adult suffrage but does not specifically mention the right to vote. It is celebrated on 25th January every year since the year 2011 to mark the Election Commission’s foundation day. It encourages more voters to take part in the political process. It observes a different theme every year. The theme for the year 2019 was “No voter to be left behind".

Q :  

Article 14 of the Indian Constitution guarantees what to the citizens of India?

(A) Equal protection of laws

(B) Equality before law

(C) Equal distribution of economic resources

(D) Equality before law and equal protection of laws

Correct Answer : D
Explanation :

EQUALITY RIGHTS (ARTICLES 14 – 18)1.1 Article 14 of the Constitution of India reads as under: “The State shall not deny to any person equality before the law or the equal protection of the laws within the territory of India.”

Q :  

How much freedom does Article 19 of the Indian Constitution provide?

(A) 6 freedoms

(B) 7 freedoms

(C) 8 freedoms

(D) 9 freedoms

Correct Answer : A
Explanation :
Article 19 of the Indian Constitution provides 6 freedoms. Following are the six fundamental freedom provided under Article 19 of the Constitution of India are: Freedom of speech and expression. Freedom to assemble peacefully without arms.

Q :  

Which of the following is the ground on which discrimination by the State is not prohibited in Article 15 of the Constitution?

(A) Place of birth

(B) Species

(C) Language

(D) Caste

Correct Answer : C
Explanation :

Explanation: Article 15 provides that the State shall not discriminate against any citizen on grounds only of religion, race, caste, sex or place of birth. Discrimination on other grounds is not prohibited.

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