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constitution OF India (Practice Question for CSEET and other Competitive exams)

14-Jun-2020 Posted by: Admin Tags: CLASSES,  


For CSEET and other competitive exams

Constitution of India

Fundamental Rights

 1. Buying and selling of human beings include in which right?

         a. Right to Equality
         b. Right to Freedom
         c. Right against Exploitation
         d. None of these

2. Which is considered under third tier of government?

        a. Panchayati Raj
        b. High court
        c. Supreme court
        d. All of thes

3. Which of the following is NOT a correct statement with respect to Freedom of speech and expression in India?

       a. It is enshrined in Part III of the Constitution
       b. It is not an absolute right to express one’s thoughts freely
       c. It can not be curtailed by legislation
       d. It can be suspended in emergency

 4. Which among the following authorities decides , how far the fundamental rights can apply to the members of the armed forces in India?

       a. President of India
       b. Parliament of India
       c. Arms Forces themselves
       d. Arms Forces Tribunal

 5. Supreme Court has made Right to Free Education as the part of which among the following rights?

       a. Right to life
       b. Right against Exploitation
       c. Right to freedom of speech and expression
       d. Cultural and Educational Rights

 6. Which among the following articles of Constitution of India abolishes the untouchablity?

       a. Article 15
       b. Article 16
       c. Article 17
       d. Article 18

 7. How many freedoms are guaranteed by Article 19 (Right to Freedom)?

       a. 3
       b. 4
       c. 5
       d. 6

8.Which article of the Indian Constitution provides the right to constitutional remedies, that allows Indian citizens to stand up for their rights against anybody – even the government of India?

  1. Article 31
  2. Article 32
  3. Article 33
  4. Article 34


9.Which among the following don’t come under the purview of Right to Education?

  1. Government Schools
  2. Private Schools
  3. Madrasas
  4. Government schools funded by Private Funds


10.Which among the following articles helped the Madarsas in India to remain out of purview of the Right to Education Act?

  1. Article 26
  2. Article 27
  3. Article 28
  4. Article 30


11.Which among the following amendments of Constitution of India had accorded precedence to Directive Principles over Fundamental Rights?

  1. 25th
  2. 42nd
  3. 59th
  4. 44th


10.“Right to vote” can be placed in which among the following categories?

  1. Fundamental Right
  2. Constitutional Obligation
  3. Fundamental Duty
  4. Legal Right



11.Right to property was made a Legal right from a Fundamental Right by which among the following amendments to Indian Constitution?

  1. 42nd
  2. 44th
  3. 46th
  4. 48th


12.Which of the following provisions of the constitution did not come into force on November 26, 1949?

  1. Provisions relating to citizenship
  2. Provisions relating to elections
  3. Fundamental rights
  4. None of the above


13.Any member of the public or group of people may approach the court , on behalf of the aggrieved persons for protection of his fundamental rights. This is called ________?

  1. Doctrine of public interest litigation
  2. Doctrine of Severability
  3. Doctrine of Real effect
  4. None of the above


14.A boy of 12 years is employed in a factory with a hazardous job. Which among the following is violated in this case?

  1. Right to Equality
  2. Right to freedom
  3. Abolition of Untouchability
  4. Right Against Exploitation

 15. Which among the following provisions of Indian Constitution have been taken from the Weimar Constitution of Germany?

    1. Emergency & its effects on Fundamental Rights
    2. The concurrent list
    3. Constitutional Amendments
           d. Preamble


    1. To enforce the fundamental rights, which among the following court(s) has / have authority to issue writs?


    1. Supreme Court
    2. High Courts
    3. District Courts

    Select the correct option from the codes given below:

    1. Only 1
    2. Only 1 & 2
    3. Only 2 & 3
    4. 1, 2 & 3


17.Who among the following can suspend the fundamental rights?

  1. Parliament
  2. President
  3. Prime minister
  4. Supreme court


18.Which among the following is the most appropriate definition of Political liberty of Citizens of India ?

  1. Right to participate in the government and assume equal opportunity to assume highest office
  2. right to cast vote and participate in the election process
  3. Equal opportunity to freely move in the Political territories of India
  4. None of the above


19.The right to constitutional remedies in India is available to __?

  1. Only Citizens of India
  2. All persons incase of infringement of any fundamental right
  3. any person for enforcing any of the fundamental rights conferred on all persons
  4. none of the above


20.Who decides the reasonableness of the restrictions placed on Fundamental rights in India?

  1. Parliament
  2. Courts
  3. President
  4. Prime minister


21.Which among the following fundamental rights is available to Indian Citizens but not to aliens?

  1. Freedom of expression and speech
  2. Equality before Law
  3. Protection of life & liberty
  4. None of the above

 22. Which among the following fundamental rights was taken away by 44th amendment of Indian Constitution? 

    1. right to form associations
    2. right to property
    3. right against exploitation
    4. right to freedom of speech and expression


23.Which among the following does not come under Fundamental Duties of a citizen in India?

  1. To protect and Improve Natural Environment
  2. To develop scientific temper, humanism and spirit of inquiry and reform
  3. To strive towards abolition of untouchability
  4. All are comes under fundamental duities


24.The “Bill of Rights” and “Judicial Review” are features of which of the following countries constitution?

  1. USA
  2. UK
  3. Germany
  4. Australia


25.Which among the following best supported the idea of inclusion of fundamental rights in our constitution?

  1. Simon Commission 1927
  2. Nehru Committee Report 1928
  3. Swaraj Bill 1895
  4. Sapru Committee Report on Constitutional proposals 1945


26.The writ of mandamus is available for the purpose of which of the following?

  1. Enforcement of Fundamental Rights
  2. Compelling a court or Judicial tribunal to exercise its jurisdiction when it has refuse to exercise it
  3. Directing a public official or the Government not to enforce a law which is unconstitutional


Select the correct option from the codes given below:

  1. Only 1 & 2
  2. Only 2 & 3
  3. Only 1 & 3
  4. 1, 2 & 3


27.Which article of the Indian constitution gives an extensive original jurisdiction to the Supreme Court in regard to enforcement of Fundamental Rights?

  1. Article 22
  2. Article 32
  3. Article 35
  4. Article 37


28.Which among the following Fundamental rights has been most controversial?

  1. Right to Freedom
  2. Right to property
  3. Right to Freedom of religion
  4. Right to cultural & education Rights


29.Bring Out the wrong statements:

  1. The fundamental rights were finalized by a committee of the constituent assembly headed by Jawahar Lal Nehru
  2. Article 32 empowers an individual to approach directly to supreme court for enforcement of his fundamental rights
  3. Article 17 & 24 are called absolute rights
  4. All are correct


30.Sarbajit Roy versus DERC case was related to which of the following?

  1. Fundamental rights
  2. Fundamental duities
  3. Right to Information
  4. Income Tax


31.Which among the following statement is correct ?

  1. Right to property is a fundamental right and right to privacy is a implied right
  2. Right to property is a legal right and right to privacy is a fundamental right
  3. Right to property is a implied right while right to privacy is a legal right
  4. Right to property is a Legal right while right to privacy is a implied right


32.Which among the following fundamental rights has been to subject to maximum litigation after inauguration of the Constitution of India?

  1. Right to Freedom
  2. Right to Constitutional remedies
  3. Right to Property
  4. Right against exploitation


33.Article 25-28 of the Indian Constitution deal with __?

  1. Right to Freedom
  2. Right to Equality
  3. Freedom of religion
  4. Constitutional Remedies


34.“All those laws that were in force immediately before the enactment of the constitution shall be void to the extent of inconsistency with the fundamental rights”.  Essence of Article 13(1) which quotes this can be placed under which of the following?

  1. Judicial Activism
  2. Judicial Review
  3. Discretionary review
  4. Judicial interpretation


35.About which article Supreme Court of India has held that where this article comes in the article 14 goes out?

  1. Article 30
  2. Article 31 A
  3. Article 31 B
  4. Article 32


36.“Test of reasonableness ” is a very important consequence under the following articles?

  1. Article 13
  2. Article 14
  3. Article15
  4. Article 16


37.Which of the following rights deal with freedom of religion?

  1. Articles 12-19
  2. Articles 19-21
  3. Articles -22,23
  4. Articles 25-28


38.Which among the following is an incorrect statement: 

  1. Fundamental Freedoms given by article 19 are not absolute
  2. Article 19 as well as 22 deal with personal liberties
  3. Article 19 guarantees freedom of assembly
  4. All are correct


39.Freedom of Press is implicit under which article of Constitution of India?

  1. Article 19
  2. Article 20
  3. Article 21
  4. Article 22


40.Which of the following sections of the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act. prohibits the conducting of admission test in schools?

  1. Section 11
  2. Section 13
  3. Section 15
  4. Section 17


41.Which among the following article throws all public places to all citizens?

  1. Article 15 (2)
  2. Article 16 (2)
  3. Article 17
  4. Article 18


42.Which of the following fundamental right is also known to have incorporated a “Necessary Evil” of the Constitution of India?

  1. Protection of certain rights regarding freedom of speech, etc.
  2. Protection in respect of conviction for offences.
  3. Protection of life and personal liberty.
  4. Protection against arrest and detention in certain case


43.Who among the following has been given the power by the Constitution of India to “Impose Reasonable Restrictions” on the fundamental rights? 

  1. President
  2. Parliament
  3. Supreme Court
  4. Both Parliament & Supreme Court


44.Which article of constitution declares that no citizen shall, on grounds only of religion, race, caste, sex, descent, place of birth, residence or any of them, be ineligible for, or discriminated against in respect of, any employment or office under the State?

  1. Article 15
  2. Article 16
  3. Article 17
  4. Article 18


45.which among the following articles of Constitution of India deals with “Prohibition of Traffic in Human beings”, ?

  1. Article 21
  2. Article 22
  3. Article 23
  4. Article 24


46.Right to Safety, Right to information, Right to Choose, Right to be heard & Right to Seek Redressal are the essential components of which among the following?


  1. Fundamental Rights in the Constitution of India
  2. The Consumer Protection Act
  3. The Essential Commodities Act
  4. Prevention of Corruption Act


47.“We must not for a moment forget, it is a birth right of every individual to receive at least the basic education without which he cannot fully discharge his duties as a citizen.”
Who among the following personalities of India is known to have made this famous statement regarding “Right to Education”?

  1. Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru
  2. Dr. Rajendra Prasad
  3. Maulana Abul Kalam Azad
  4. Dr. A P J Abdul Kalam


48.All Minority Educational Institutions are entitled to exercise rights enshrined in which among the following articles of Constitution of India?

  1. 27
  2. 28
  3. 29
  4. 30


49.Supreme Court has declared Right to Privacy as fundamental right under which article of Constitution of India?

  1. Article 18
  2. Article 19
  3. Article 20
  4. Article 21


50.“Right to service” is an important part of which among the following bills / act?

  1. Lokpal & Lokayukta Bill
  2. Citizen’s Charter and Grievance Redressal Bill
  3. Right to Information Act
  4. None of them



51.Article 20 of the Indian Constitution is an important fundamental right as it provides protection in respect of conviction for offences. Which of the following is not a safeguard under Article 20?

  1. Ex-Post facto law
  2. Double jeopardy
  3. Prohibition against self-incrimination
  4. Right to be produced before a magistrate within 24 hours

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