Preamble And Evolution Of Indian Constitution – Part 3

 

# Question Answer
101 India is called a ‘Republic’ because The Head of the State in India (President) is an elected head for a fixed period
102 ‘Sovereignty’ in a democracy rests with the People
103 The Preamble secures Justice, Liberty, Equality and Fraternity to All
citizens
104 The Preamble of the Constitution indicates The source of the Indian Constitution
105 It is not the objective enshrined in the Preamble Secure shelter and proper livelihood to all
106 The idea of social, economic and political justice has been taken from _____ Revolution French
107 The concept of equality and fraternity has been taken from _____ Revolution Russian
108 Which of the following is described as the ‘Soul of the Constitution’? Preamble
109 Which one of the following is not treated as part of the Constitution? Fundamental Duties
110 Democracy of India rests on the fact that People have the right to choose and change the government
111 The word ‘Democracy’ is derived from the Greek words Demos and Kratos
112 India opted for a Federal form of government because of Linguistic and Regional Diversity
113 What is the chief (ultimate) source of political power (authority) in India? People
114 A Flexible Constitution can be amended easily
115 The Judiciary acts as an guardian of the Constitution in a Federal government
116 India is a Secular State because It is described so in the preamble of the Constitution
117 Our Constitution has laid emphasis on securing social, economic and political justice to all the citizens of the country These objectives are aimed at securing a Welfare State
118 Modern States are generally considered as Welfare States
119 A State which does not promote or interfere in the affairs of religion is referred to as Secular
120 The Constitution is a Dynamic Law
121 The Constitution of India provides Single citizenship
122 The Constitution provides Powers, Responsibilities, Limitations
123 The fundamental organs of the State are established by Constitution
124 Detailed provisions regarding acquisition and termination of Indian citizenship are contained in Act passed by the Parliament in 1955
125 Which of the following is not a condition for becoming an Indian citizen? [Citizenship by] Acquiring property
126 A person can lose citizenship through Deprivation, Termination, and Renunciation
127 The aims and objectives of the Constitution have been enshrined in The Preamble
128 The Office of the Governor General of India was for the first time created under Regulating Act, 1773
129 According to the Act of 1858, the territory was divided into Provinces
130 When did the British Crown assume sovereignty over India from East India Company? 1858
131 Morley-Minto Reforms were implemented by the Indian Councils Act 1909
132 Which of the following is also known as the Act of 1919? Montague-Chelmsford Reform Act
133 Under which of the following Act was Provincial Autonomy introduced in India? Government of India Act, 1935
134 Who made the Constitution of India? The Constituent Assembly
135 A Constituent Assembly is convened to Frame the Constitution of the country
136 The Constituent Assembly was set up to under the Cabinet Mission Plan of 1946
137 Which party was not associated with the Constituent Assembly of India? The Communist Party
138 The Republic of India established by the Constitution is Sovereign, Socialist, Secular
139 The mind and ideals of the framers of the Constitution are reflected in the Preamble
140 In our Constitution, what justice is not given to the citizens? Technical
141 The present Five-year Plan (2002-2007) is 11th
142 ‘Amend’ means remove the difficulties
143 ‘Enact’ means pass a law
144 Who advocated ‘Grama Swarajya’ for the growth of the villages? Gandhiji
145 ‘Poornaswarajya’ was declared as the goal of the Congress on December 1929 in the Lahore Session
146 Our Constitution prohibits Untouchability
147 The Constitution declared India as a Republic on ________ 26.01.1950
148 Who has given the following statement: “Democracy means a Government of the people, by the people and for the people”? Abraham Lincoln
149 Which one of the following features was borrowed by the framers of the Constitution from the US Constitution? Removal of Judges of the Supreme Court, Judicial Review, Fundamental Rights
150 The ideals of liberty, equality and fraternity enshrined in the Preamble of the Constitution were adopted under inspiration from The French Revolution

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