Indian Constitution Practice Question and Answer

Q:

Jana Gana Mana, was accepted as the National Anthem of India by the Constituent Assembly of India in which of the following years?

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    1950
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    1949
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    1948
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    1947
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Answer : 1. "1950"
Explanation :

The song Jana-gana-mana, composed originally in Bangla by Rabindranath Tagore, was adopted in its Hindi version by the Constituent Assembly as the National Anthem of India on January 24, 1950.

Q:

Setting a supreme court was Calcutta is a part of a ?

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    Regulating Act of 1773
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    Pitts India Act of 1784
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    Charter Act of 1793
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    Charter Act of 1893
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Answer : 1. "Regulating Act of 1773"
Explanation :

The promulgation of Regulating Act of 1773 by the King of England paved the way for establishment of the Supreme Court of Judicature at Calcutta.

Q: The sources of state power are specifically outlined in 1316 0

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    The Tenth Amendment
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    The supremacy clause
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    Article l
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    All of the above
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Answer : 1. "The Tenth Amendment"
Explanation :

Answer: A) The Tenth Amendment Explanation: The sources of state power are specifically outlined in the Tenth Amendment of the Bill of Rights.When the Constitution was first proposed, many people were concerned about the federal government become too powerful. A group known as the anti-federalists pushed for a way to legally set aside certain rights and powers to individual states. This amendment was added to satisfy the anti-federalists who were concerned that the Constitution would grant the federal government unlimited power.   The Tenth Amendment states that all powers that are not specifically given to the federal government are reserved to individual states.

Q:

What can be the maximum interval between two sessions of Parliament?

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    3 months
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    4 months
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    6 months
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    9 months
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Answer : 3. "6 months"
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Q:

In the 42nd Constitutional Amendment 1976, which word was added to the Preamble?

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    Democratic
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    Equality
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    Secular
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    Socialist
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Answer : 3. "Secular"
Explanation :

The Preamble has been amended by the 42nd Constitutional Amendment Act (1976), which added three new words—socialist, secular and integrity.

Q: Separation of judiciary from executive is enjoined by 2348 1

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    Directive principle
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    Judicial decision
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    Seventh schedule
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    Preamble
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Answer : 1. "Directive principle"
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Answer: A) Directive principle Explanation:

Q:

The salary of the President is

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    Fixed in constitution
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    Fixed by a law made by the Parliament
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    It is mentioned in the Second Schedule of the Constitution
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    All of the above
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Answer : 3. "It is mentioned in the Second Schedule of the Constitution "
Explanation :

The salary of President of India is discussed here. On September 11, 2008, the Indian government increased the president's salary to 1.5 lakh rupees (approximately to 3.9 lakh in 2022). In India's 2018 Union budget, this compensation was increased to 5 lakh (equivalent to 5.9 lakh in 2023).

Q:

The first speaker of Lok Sabha was……

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    K.M. Munshi
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    C.D. Deshmukh
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    G.V. Mavalankar
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    H.J. Kania
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Answer : 3. "G.V. Mavalankar"
Explanation :

Ganesh Mavlankar is considered as the father of Lok Sabha. He was popularly called 'Dada Saheb'. He was the Speaker of the Constituent Assembly (Legislative) and the Provisional Parliament (1947-52). He served as the Speaker of the Bombay Legislative Assembly from 1937 to 1946.

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