Common General Knowledge Questions and Answers for SSC Exam

Common General Knowledge Questions and Answers for SSC Exam

Common General Knowledge Questions, part of the GK Section are very important in competitive exams. These Common General Knowledge Questions are usually asked in competitive exams, which are related to Indian History, Geography, Economics, etc. Therefore, candidates also have to study all Common General Knowledge questions and therefore the Latest Common General Knowledge questions asked in previous competitive exams.

Common General Knowledge Questions

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Common General Knowledge Questions and Answers for SSC Exam

  Q :  

What is meant by social justice?

(A) Everyone should get equal economic rights.

(B) Everyone should get equal political rights

(C) All forms of discrimination based on caste, creed, color and sex should be done away with.

(D) Everyone should be given the right to freedom of religion

Correct Answer : C

Q :  

Which article of the Indian Constitution was written by Dr. B.R. Ambedkar called the "heart and soul of the Indian Constitution"?

(A) Article 14

(B) Article 19

(C) Article 356

(D) Article 32

Correct Answer : D

Q :  

How is the Indian Constitution?

(A) Federal

(B) Semi federal / federally

(C) Unitary

(D) Presidential system of government

Correct Answer : B

Q :  

In the article of the Indian Constitution, it is declared that “India means Bharat” is…..

(A) Union of States

(B) Federal state with unitary features

(C) Federal state with federal features

(D) Union State

Correct Answer : A

Q :  

Where is the word 'Federal' used in the Constitution of India?

(A) Part III

(B) Article 368

(C) Nowhere in the constitution

(D) Preamble

Correct Answer : C
Explanation :
The correct answer is Nowhere. In the Constitution of India, the term 'Federal' is not used anywhere. ​A federal country or system of government is one in which the different states or provinces of the country have important powers to make their own laws and decisions.

Q :  

Which of the following is not a feature of the Indian Constitution?

(A) Parliamentary form of government

(B) Independence of Judiciary

(C) Presidential form of government

(D) Federal Government

Correct Answer : C
Explanation :

The correct answer is the Unitary System. There are lots of features of the Constitution, like Secular State, Federalism, Parliamentary Government, Fundamental Rights, and many more by the Government of India Act 1935. Fundamental Rights borrowed from the American Constitution.

Q :  

India has a parliamentary system of government because

(A) Lok Sabha is directly elected by the people

(B) Parliament can amend the constitution

(C) Rajya Sabha cannot be dissolved

(D) The Council of Ministers is responsible to the Lok Sabha

Correct Answer : D
Explanation :

Created after 1947, the Indian Parliament is an expression of the faith that the people of India have in principles of democracy. These are participation by people in the decision-making process and government by consent. The Parliament in our system has immense powers because it is the representative of the people.

Q :  

How many types of emergencies are provided in the Indian Constitution?

(A) 3

(B) 4

(C) 6

(D) 2

Correct Answer : A
Explanation :
Three types of emergencies are addressed in the Constitution of India: Nation Emergency, State Emergency, and Financial Emergency.

Q :  

The fundamental duties have been included in the Constitution under the:

(A) Article 351

(B) Article 72

(C) Article 51A

(D) Article 65

Correct Answer : C
Explanation :

The 42nd Amendment Act of 1976 added 10 Fundamental Duties to the Indian Constitution. The 86th Amendment Act 2002 later added the 11th Fundamental Duty to the list. The Fundamental Duties are dealt with in Article 51A under Part-IV A of the Indian Constitution.

Q :  

Which article states that the state cannot discriminate against a citizen on the basis of religion, race, sex, etc?

(A) Article 15

(B) Article 18

(C) Article 11

(D) Article 372

Correct Answer : A
Explanation :

Article 15: Prohibition of discrimination on grounds of religion, race, caste, sex or place of birth - Constitution of India.

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