INDAIN CONSTITUTION
A)
78th
B)
61st
C)
52nd
D)
23rd

Correct Answer : Option (B) - 61st

Note : Statement of Objects and Reasons appended to the Constitution (Sixty-second Amendment) Bill, 1988 (Bill No. 129 of 1988) which was enacted as THE CONSTITUTION (61st Amendment) Act, 1988

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A)
91st in 2001
B)
92nd in 2003
C)
93rd in 2005
D)
95th in 2009

Correct Answer : Option (C) - 93rd in 2005

Note : The 93rd Constitutional Amendment allows the government to make special provisions for the "advancement of any socially and educationally backward classes of citizens", including their admission in aided or unaided private educational institutions.

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A)
Article 9
B)
Article 10
C)
Article 12
D)
Article 15

Correct Answer : Option (D) - Article 15

Note : Article 15 restricts discrimination on the ground of : Religion – It means that no person should be discriminated on the basis of religion from accessing any public place or policy by the state or any group. Race – Ethnic origin should not form a basis of discrimination.

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A)
Head of the Union Council of Ministers
B)
Head of the Union Administration
C)
Head of the Union Cabinet
D)
Head of the Union Government

Correct Answer : Option (A) - Head of the Union Council of Ministers

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A)
102
B)
105
C)
108
D)
110

Correct Answer : Option (C) - 108

Note : The joint sitting of the Parliament is called by the President of India (Article 108) and is presided over by the Speaker of the Lok Sabha or, in their absence, by the Deputy Speaker of the Lok Sabha, or in their absence, the Deputy Chairman of the Rajya Sabha.

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A)
The Prime Minister of India
B)
The Supreme Court of India
C)
The Lok Sabha Secretariat
D)
The President of India

Correct Answer : Option (B) - The Supreme Court of India

Note : The Supreme Court consists of the Chief Justice of India along with 30 other judges. The SC has extensive power in the form of appellate, original, and advisory jurisdictions. Hence, the Supreme Court acts as a custodian of our Constitution and protects our Fundamental Rights.

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A)
Article 122
B)
Article 272
C)
Article 315
D)
Article 328

Correct Answer : Option (C) - Article 315

Note : Articles 315 to 323 of Part XIV of the constitution, titled as Services Under the Union and the States, provide for a Public Service Commission for the Union and for each state. Accordingly, as per Art. 315, at Union level, Union Public Service Commission is envisaged by it.

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A)
Article 370
B)
Article 121
C)
Article 274
D)
Article 390

Correct Answer : Option (A) - Article 370

Note : Article 370 of the Constitution of India is described as a “temporary provision” that grants the state of Jammu and Kashmir a special autonomous status within the Indian union.

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A)
Citizen of India
B)
Tenth pass
C)
Completion of 35 years of age
D)
Qualified for election as a member of the house of people

Correct Answer : Option (B) - Tenth pass

Note : The Article 58(1) of the Constitution of India has enumerated the qualifications for the election of President of India. These are: He should be a citizen of India, he should have completed 35 years of age, he should be qualified for election as a member of the Lok Sabha and he should not hold any office of profit under the Union government or any state government or any local authority or any other public authority.

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A)
Manipuri
B)
Dogri
C)
Sindhi
D)
Konkani

Correct Answer : Option (C) - Sindhi

Note : Eighth Schedule mentions the languages recognized by the Constitution of India. Originally it contained 14 languages but presently there are 22 languages. Sindhi was added by the 21st Amendment Act of 1967. Konkani, Manipuri and Nepali were added in 1992 by 71st Constitutional Amendment Act; and Bodo, Dogri, Maithili and Santali were added in 2003 by 92nd Constitutional Amendment Act.

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