Constitution of India Questions for Practice

Constitution of India Questions

It is very important to study the Indian Constitution subject in almost all the central level and state level examinations in India and the Indian Constitution plays the best role in getting success in all types of exams because the Indian Constitution has the highest number of marks, which leads to success. 

In this Constitution of India blog, you will get the most important questions collection of the Indian Constitution major points such as the executive, judiciary, and legislature of India.

Considering the usefulness of Indian Constitution questions in the ongoing examinations, Examsbook gives you an opportunity to strengthen your preparation through about 50 questions in this blog. These questions will be useful for your major exams like UPSC, IAS, IPS, PSC, SSC, Railway, Bank, All State Exam, Defense Exam.

Important Constitution of India Questions

Q :  

Article 110 of Constitution of India deals with?

(A) Ordinary Bill

(B) Private Members Bill

(C) Money Bill

(D) Constitution Amend-ment Bill

Correct Answer : C

Q :  

In which of the following articles the appointment of the Comptroller and Auditor General is mentioned?

(A) Article 342

(B) Article 151

(C) Article 370

(D) Article 148

Correct Answer : D

Q :  

Separation of the judiciary from the executive has been provided in which of the following Article of the Indian Constitution?

(A) Article 50

(B) Article 49

(C) Article 48

(D) Article 52

Correct Answer : A

Q :  

By what name/s is our nation mentioned in the constitution?

(A) Hindustan, Bharat

(B) Hindustan, Bharat, India

(C) Bharat and India

(D) Only Bharat

Correct Answer : C

Q :  

For how long did the Constituent Assembly of India exist from the first meeting on 9th December, 1946? 

(A) 2 years, 11 months, 17 days

(B) 2 years, 11 months, 18 days

(C) 2 years, 11 months, 19 days

(D) 3 years, 11 month, 16 days

Correct Answer : B

Q :  

Which of the following pairs is not correct regarding Directive Principles of State Policy?

(A) Article 43A : Forty - second Amendment Act, 1976

(B) Article 49 : Forty - fourth Amendment Act , 1978

(C) Article 43B : Ninety - seventh Amendment Act, 2011

(D) Article 45 Eighty - sixth Amendment Act, 2002

Correct Answer : B

Q :  

Under which Article of the Constitution of India untouchability was abolished?

(A) Article 16

(B) Article 17

(C) Article 18

(D) Article 19

Correct Answer : B
Explanation :

Article 17 of the Indian Constitution abolished 'untouchability', forbade its practice in any form and made enforcement of any disability arising out of 'untouchability', an offence punishable in accordance with law.

Q :  

What does we the people of India’ as mentioned in the preamble of the Constitution of India mean?

(A) Sovereignty lies with the Chief Justice of India

(B) Sovereignty lies with the People of India

(C) Sovereignty lies with the Political parties of India

(D) Sovereignty lies with the Speaker of the Lok Sabha

Correct Answer : B
Explanation :

'We, the people of India' in the Preamble means ultimate sovereignty of the people of India. Sovereignty means not being subject to the control of any external power or state. Sovereign means one who exercises supreme authority or power. Suggest Corrections.

Q :  

 Which of the following subject is not listed in the 11th schedule of Indian Constitution? 

(A) Kanji House

(B) Animal Husbandry

(C) Poverty Eradication Programme

(D) Minor Forest Product

Correct Answer : A
Explanation :

1. Social forestry and agroforestry are mentioned under the 11th schedule, while urban forestry is mentioned in the 12th schedule. Hence, forestry is mentioned in both.

2. Poverty alleviation is a subject under both the 11th and 12th schedules. The 12th schedule deals with urban poverty alleviation, while the 11th schedule deals with rural poverty alleviation.

3. It is a subject listed in the 11th Schedule of the Constitution of India.

1. Animal Husbandry

2. Poverty alleviation program

3. Minor Forest Produce

Q :  

In which Article of the Indian Constitution the definition "Gram Sabha"?

(A) Article - 243C

(B) Article - 243

(C) Article - 243A

(D) Article - 243

Correct Answer : C
Explanation :

The term Gram Sabha is defined in the Constitution of India under Article 243(b). Gram Sabha is the primary body of the Panchayati Raj system and by far the largest. It is a permanent body.

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