Indian Politics Set - 9 Multiple Choice Questions

Indian Politics Set - 9 MCQs

Question 1.

When was the first Central Legislative Assembly constituted-

A.

 1922

B.

 1923

C.

 1921

D.

 1920

Explanation :

First Central Legislative Assembly was constituted in 1921 by GOI Act, 1919, implementing Montagu Chelmsford Reforms. Assembly had 145 members who were either nominated or indirectly elected from provinces.

Question 2.

Who presided over the first meeting of Indian constituent Assembly?

A.

 Dr. Rajendra Prasad

B.

 Saehehidandada Sinha

C.

 B.R Ambedkar

D.

 H.V. Kamath

Explanation :

First meeting was presided over by the oldest member of assembly, Dr. Sachidanand Sinha on 9th December, 1946. He was the temporay/interim chairman. Later on, Dr. Rajendra Prasad was elected as the permanent chairman of constituent assembly.

Question 3.

Which of the following is an Example of Unitary and Presidential system of governance Government?

A.

 USA

B.

 Canada

C.

 India

D.

 France

Explanation :

France is an example of Unitary and Presidential form of government whereas Britain has Unitary and Parliamentary form of government. India, U.S.A. and Canada all are federation.

Question 4.

Who among the following was the Chairman of Fundamental Rights sub-Committee of the Constitutent Assembly?

A.

 J. B. Kripalani

B.

 Rajendra Prasad

C.

 B. R. Arnbedkar

D.

 Gopinath Bardoloi

Explanation :

Fundamental rights sub-committee was given the task to draft the fundamental rights. This committee was headed by J.B.Kripalani who was the president of Indian National Congress during the time of independence.

Question 5.

Where do we find the ideals of Indian democracy in the constitution?

A.

 The Preamble

B.

 Part III

C.

 Part IV

D.

 Part I

Explanation :

Ideals of Indian democracy can be seen in the Preamble which has been borrowed from U.S.A. Ideals mentioned in Preamble are justice, liberty, equality and fraternity.