Indian Politics Set - 2 Multiple Choice Questions

Indian Politics Set - 2 MCQs

Question 1.

The Protection of Civil Rights Act 1955 and Schedules Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, 1989 have been enacted to protect

A.

 Scheduled Tribes from Social Injustice and Exploitation

B.

 Scheduled Castes from Social Injustice and Exploitation

C.

 Both (A) and (B)

D.

 None of these

Explanation :

Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes from Social Injustice and Exploitation.

Question 2.

The Fundamental Duties in the Indian Constitution are inspired by

A.

 Australian Constitution

B.

 British Constitution

C.

 The Constitution of erstwhile USSR

D.

 Canadian Constitution

Explanation :

The Fundamental Duties in the Indian Constitution are inspired by the Constitution of erstwhile USSR.

Question 3.

The inclusion of a separate chapter on fundamental duties in the Constitution was recommended by

A.

 Sardar Swaran Singh Committee

B.

 Ram Nandan Committee

C.

 Mondal Commitee

D.

 None of the above

Explanation :

The need and necessity of having Fundamental Duties in the Indian Constitution were felt during the operation of the internal emergency (1975-1977). The committee recommended the inclusion of a separate chapter on Fundamental Duties in the Constitution. The committee was Sardar Swaran Singh Committee (1976).

Question 4.

Part XVIII of the Constitution deals with

A.

 Directive Principal

B.

 Fundamental Duties

C.

 Fundamental Rights

D.

 Emergency Provisions

Explanation :

Part XVIII is a compilation of laws pertaining to the Constitution of India as a country and the union of states that it is made of. This part of the constitution consists of Articles on Emergency Provisions.

Question 5.

Right to freedom of religion as enshrined in Article 25-28 includes

A.

 Freedom of Conscience

B.

 Free profession

C.

 Practice and propagation of religion

D.

 All of the above

Explanation :

Freedom of Conscience, and free profession, practice and propagation of religion.