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  1. Which one of the following is considered as the first step towards the constitutional government?
  1.  The charter act of 1813
  2. The charter act of 1853
  3. The act of 1858
  4. The act of 1861



  1. The historic objective resolution, which was adopted by the constituent assembly on January 22,1947 was of
  1.  Mahatma Gandhi
  2. Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru
  3. Sardar Vallabhai Patel
  4. Dr.Rajendra Prasad


  1. The Member of the constituent assembly were
  1.  Elected by provincial assemblies
  2. Elected by the people
  3. Nominated by the government
  4. Only representatives of princely status


  1. All Governments in India derive their authority from
  1.  The constitution of India
  2. The people of India
  3. The voters
  4. The citizens of India


  1. In The constituent assembly which words were associated with the parliament
  1.  Parliament of the legislature
  2. Parliament of the union
  3. Parliament of the federation
  4. All the above


  1. Who Among the following was not a member of drafting committee?


  1.  K.M. Munshi
  2. N.Gopal Swamy Ayyangar
  3. Alladi Krishna Swami
  4. Sardar patel


  1. The Constituent assembly was set up under the recommendations of


  1.  Cripps Proposals
  2. C.R. Plan
  3. Cabinet mission plan
  4. Mountbatten plan


  1. The two principles which guided the constituent assembly in arriving at decisions were


  1.  Consensus and accommodation
  2. Socialism and planning
  3. Unity and national integration
  4. None of the above

Indian Polity Bit Bank multiple choice questions with answers

  1. Who described the government of India act,1935 as a new charter of bondage?


  1.  Jawaharlal Nehru
  2. M.A. Jinnah
  3. K.T. Shah
  4.  Mahatma Gandhi


  1. Who prepared the first draft constitution of India


  1.  Jawaharlal Nehru
  2. Gandhiji
  3. Advisory branch of the constituent assembly
  4. Sardar Vallabhai Patel


  1. How many readings were held on the constitution in the constituent assembly


  1.  First reading
  2. Second reading
  3. Third reading
  4. None of the above


  1. When did the constituent assembly adopt national anthem


  1.  25th Jan 1950
  2. 26th Nov 1950
  3. 24th Jan 1950
  4. 29th Jan 1950


  1. Which women presented national flag in the constituent assembly


  1. Srmt. Sarojini naidu
  2. Srmt. Hansa mehta
  3. Srmt. Indira Gandhi
  4. None of above


  1. In The national flag, what does Ashoka’s wheel represent


  1. Wheel of the truth
  2. Wheel of the moral
  3. Wheel of the dharma
  4. Wheel of the law


  1. The preamble of our constitution reads: India is a


  1. Sovereign, Socialist, Secular, Democratic, Republic
  2. Sovereign, Democratic, Socialist, Secular, Republic
  3. Socialist, Democratic, Secular, Socialist, Republic
  4. Democratic, Sovereign, Secular, Socialist, Republic


  1. In What way our Indian parliament is not sovereign or supreme with respect of the constitution


  1. In the preamble, constitution of India defines people of India as sovereign
  2. Written constitution of India
  3. Separation of power and checks and balances between the three constitutional organs
  4. All the above


  1. The preamble of the constitution was prepared by


  1. Pandit Nehru
  2. Sardar Patel
  3. Mahatma Gandhi
  4. Subhash Chandra Bose



  1. The Supreme Court of India reiterated that preamble is not a part of Indian constitution in:


  1. Berubari case 1968
  2. Berubari case 1960
  3. Kesavananda bharathi 1970
  4. Kesavananda bharathi 1973


  1. Which one of the following is the most prominent element in justice?


  1. Equality
  2. .Equity
  3. Impartiality
  4. Rightness


20.Which of the following objectives the preamble to the constitution does not proclaim


  1. Social,economic,political justice
  2. Liberty of tough, expression, belief,faith and worship
  3. Equality of status and of oppurtunity
  4. Promoting fraternity among worlds nations


  1. Libarty equality and fraternity: this inspration was derived from the


  1. American revalution
  2. French revalution
  3. Russion revalution
  4. None of the above


  1. Which of the following combinations of terms have been added to preamble in 1976 through 42nd amendment to the constitution?


  1. Socialist and secular
  2. Unity and integrity
  3. Both (1), (2)
  4. Neither (1) or (2)


  1. In the last paragraph of the preamble indicates that the constitution is


  1. A Borrowed constitution
  2. A Lengthy constitution
  3. A Self enacted and self imposed constitution
  4. None of above


  1. Who proposed that the term ‘fraternity’ is to be included in preamble?


  1. K.M. Munshi
  2. D.P. Khaithan
  3. B.R. Ambedkar
  4. Sachidananda sinha


  1. The concept of Citizenship is associated with, which gives its citizens, a right to participate


  1. Equality
  2. Liberty
  3. Justice
  4. Democracy


  1. A Foreigner can acquire Indian citizenship through


  1. Registration
  2. Naturalisation
  3. Descent
  4. All of the above


  1. According to the citizenship amendment act 1986, every person both in India on or after shall be a citizen of India by birth


  1. 26th January 1977
  2. 26th January 1950
  3. 26th January 1986
  4. 26th January 1955


  1. Citizenship rights are


  1. Political in nature
  2. Legal in nature
  3. Social in nature
  4. Ethical in nature


  1. Which of the following cannot avail of some fundamental rights available to citizens?


  1. Enemy aliens
  2. Friendly aliens
  3. All aliens
  4. None of above


  1. When a citizen of India acquires citizenship of another country


  1. He becomes a green card holder
  2. He attains the eligibility to own double citizenship
  3. His Indian citizenship gets terminated
  4. None of the above


  1. A naturalized citizen enjoys


  1. All the fundamental rights
  2. Only those rights which are enjoyed by the aliens
  3. All the fundamental rights but may not abide by the fundamental duties
  4. Does not enjoy any of the fundamental rights


  1. A Person can lose his citizen ship through:


  1. Termination
  2. Renunciation
  3. Deprivation
  4. All of the above


  1. The fundamental rights


  1. Were incorporated by 42nd amendment
  2. Were incorporated by 44th amendment
  3. Formed a part of original constitution
  4. Were added by parliament in 1952


  1. Which one of the following is not a civil right?


  1. Right to work
  2. Right to resist
  3. Equality before law
  4. Right to life


  1. Freedom of speech under the constitution is subject to reasonable restriction on the grounds of protection of


  1. Sovereignty and integrity of the country
  2. The dignity of the office of the prime minister
  3. The dignity of the union cabinet
  4. The dignity of the constitutional functioning


  1. Which of the following is not included in the fundamental rights in the constitution of India?


  1. Right to property
  2. Right to freedom of religion
  3. Right to vote in all elections
  4. Right to freedom of speech and expression


  1. The fundamentak rights enshrined in the constitution of India were inspired by the


  1. Bills of right of USA
  2. Magnacarta
  3. Government of India act 1935
  4. Queen’s proclamation


  1. The fundamental rights as given in the constitution are:


  1. Subject to reasonable restrictions
  2. Absolute
  3. Inalienable
  4. None of above


  1. Which of the following describes the nature of Directive Principles of State Policy


  1. They are negative injunctions regarding certain things
  2. They are positive instructions
  3. They are justifiable
  4. They are included in the constitution under part V



  1. Who among the following enjoys the rank of a cabinet minister in the union cabinet?
  2. Secretary to the government of India
  3. Deputy Chairman of the planning commission
  4. Principal Secretary to the prime minister
  5. Supreme Court judge


  1. In a parliamentary system the executive is responsible


  1. Directly to the people
  2. To legislature
  3. To judiciary
  4. None of the above


  1. The president of India has the same constitutional authority as the


  1. British monarch
  2. President of U.S.A.
  3. President of Russia
  4. President of Canada


  1. A Case of dispute in the presidential election is refered to


  1. Chief election commisioner
  2. Supreme court
  3. Parliament
  4. Speaker


  1. Administative powers of the union and the states are


  1. Conflictive
  2. Contradictory
  3. Coextensive
  4. None of the above


  1. Under which article of the constitution of India can the president of India be impeached


  1. 56
  2. 61
  3. 76
  4. 356


  1. Which of the annual reports the president is not duty bound to ensure that thay are placed before parliament?


  1. Report of C.A.G.
  2. Report of U.P.S.C.
  3. Report of commission for S.C. and S.T.s
  4. Report of Atomic Energy Commission


  1. Which one f the following is not a constitutional of the president of India


  1. Returning a Legestative bill for reconsideration
  2. Returning of Financial bill for reconsideration
  3. Dissolving the Lok sabha
  4. Summoning the Rajya sabha


  1. At a joint sitting of parliament a bill has to be passed


  1. By a simple majority of the total number of members of both houses
  2. By a two thirds majority of the total number of both houses
  3. By a simple majority of the total number of members of both houses, present and voting
  4. By a two thirds majority of the total number of members of the both hoses present and voting


  1. Which of the following state first introduced 50% reservation for women in local body elections?


  1. Bihar
  2. Haryana
  3. Delhi
  4. Andhra Pradesh


  1. The formation of the council of ministers starts with the appointment of


  1. The president
  2. The speaker
  3. The prime minister
  4. None of three


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