Important Questions on Indian Constitution for Competitive Exams

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Important Questions on Indian Constitution for Competitive Exams

The Indian Constitution is a vital document that serves as the foundation of India's governance and legal system. Since its adoption in 1950, it has guided the nation's development, safeguarded fundamental rights, and established a democratic framework for the country.  In this blog post, we delve into some of the crucial questions surrounding the Important Questions on Indian Constitution, shedding light on their importance and providing concise insights. By exploring these questions, we hope to foster a deeper understanding of the constitutional principles that shape India's democracy.

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In this article Important Questions on the Indian Constitution, we are sharing Important Indian Constitution Questions and Answers related to amendments, principles of the constitution, rights and duties, democracy, judiciary etc for those aspirants who are preparing for upcoming competitive exams.

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Important Questions on Indian Constitution

Q :  

Article 370 is drafted in part………of the Indian Constitution.





Correct Answer : A
Explanation :

Article 370 was drafted in Part XXI of the Indian constitution titled "Temporary, Transitional and Special Provisions".

Q :  

Which statement is NOT correct about the Jammu& Kashmir

(A) Jammu & Kashmir has its own Constitution.

(B) No decision regarding the disposition of the state of the Jammu& Kashmir can be made by the government of India without the consent of the state government.

(C) Residuary power in respect of Jammu & Kashmir rest with the state government and not the union government.

(D) All of the above are incorrect.

Correct Answer : D
Explanation :

Jammu and Kashmir have separate constitutions under Article 370. Art 35A states no outsider can buy land in Jammu and Kashmir. 

The following are not applicable to Jammu and Kashmir: 31C with respect to the Directive Principles of State Policy. 

Article 36-51 relates to the Uniform Civil Code. Article 51A lays down the fundamental duties of every citizen of India. 

Article 332 deals with the reservation of Scheduled Caste/Tribes in the State legislature.

Q :  

When the Directorate General of Anti-Dumping & Allied Duties was was constituted?

(A) 1997

(B) 1988

(C) 1963

(D) 1985

Correct Answer : A
Explanation :

The Directorate General of Anti-Dumping & Allied Duties (DGAD) which was formed in 1997 has been restructured as DGTR in May 2018 by restructuring and re-designing DGAD into DGTR by incorporating all the trade remedial functions i.e. Anti-Dumping Duty (ADD), Countervailing Duty (CVD), Safeguards Duty (SGD), Safeguards

Q :  

In which city is the headquarters of the Directorate General of Foreign Trade (DGFT)?            

(A) Mumbai

(B) Bangaluru

(C) New Delhi

(D) kolkata

Correct Answer : C
Explanation :

This Directorate, with headquarters at New Delhi, is responsible for formulating and implementing the Foreign Trade Policy with the main objective of promoting India's exports.

Q :  

Which of the following amendment Act makes the right to education as the fundamental right to all children under the age of 6-14 years by inserting Article 21A into the constitution?

(A) 87th amendment, 2003

(B) 86th amendment, 2002

(C) 88th Amendment, 2003

(D) 89th Amendment, 2003

Correct Answer : B
Explanation :

The Article 21A of the Constitution of India which was inserted by the 86th Amendment Act, 2002, gives right to education to all children of the age of 6 to 14 years.

Q :  

The Ninth Schedule to the Indian Constitution was added by

(A) First Amendment

(B) Eighth Amendment

(C) Ninth Amendment

(D) Forty Second Amendment

Correct Answer : A
Explanation :

The Ninth Schedule contains a list of central and state laws which cannot be challenged in courts and was added by the Constitution (First Amendment) Act, 1951.

Q :  

According to the Constitution of India, which of the following are fundamental for the governance of the country?

(A) Fundamental Rights

(B) Fundamental Duties

(C) Directive Principles of State Policy

(D) Fundamental Rights and Fundamental Duties

Correct Answer : C
Explanation :

The Constitution itself declares that the Directive Principles of State Policy are fundamental to the governance of the country. These are the constitutional instructions or recommendations to the State in legislative, executive and administrative matters.

Q :  

Which of the following is not the fundamental duty for Indian citizens?

(A) To safe guard public property

(B) To protect and improve the natural environment

(C) Amassing property

(D) To develop the scientific temper and spirit of enquiry

Correct Answer : C
Explanation :

One of the duties of Indian citizens is to safeguard public property and to abjure violence. Amassing property is not a fundamental duty of an Indian citizen.

Q :  

Supreme Court of India was established on the recommendation of

(A) Pits India Act of 1784

(B) Regulating act of 1773

(C) Charter act of 1793

(D) Charter act of 1813

Correct Answer : B
Explanation :

For the first time in India, the Supreme Court was established in 1774 under the “Regulating Act of 1773”.

Q :  

Which article of the Indian Constitution says that members elected by the president can’t vote in the election of president?

(A) Article 83

(B) Article 53

(C) Article 55

(D) Article 154

Correct Answer : C
Explanation :

As far as practicable, there shall be uniformity in the scale of representation of the different States at the election of the President.

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