Indian Polity General Question and Answer | Part - 1

multiple choice question answer


Q1. Which of the following acts introduced communal electorate in India?

A. Indian Council Act, 1861 
B. Indian Council Act, 1892
C. Indian Council Act, 1909 
D. The government of India Act, 1935

Q2. What was the basis for constituting the Constituent Assembly of India?

A. The resolution of Indian National Congress
B. The Cabinet Mission Plan, 1946 
C. The Indian Independence Act, 1947 
D. The resolution of the Provincial/State legislature of the Dominion of India 

Q3. The Unitary System of Government possesses which of the following advantages?

A. Greater adaptability 
B. Strong States 
C. Greater participation by the people 
D. Lesser chances of authoritarianism 

Q4. Which Amendment Act introduced changes in the Preamble to the India Constitution? 

A. The 38th Amendment Act, 1975
B. The 40th Amendment Act, 1976
C. The 42nd Amendment Act, 1976
D. The 44th Amendment Act, 1979 

Q5. The item ‘Education’ belongs to the

A. Union List 
B. State List
C. Concurrent List 
D. Residuary subjects 

Q6. Of the following, the town does not come within the National Capital Region (NCR) is

A. Panipat 
B. Rohtak 
C. Khurja 
D. Mathura 

Q7. Which one among the following has the power to regulate the right of citizenship in India?

A. The Union Cabinet 
B. The Parliament 
C. The Supreme Court 
D. The Low Commission 

Q8. Which of the following can a court issue for enforcement of Fundamental Rights?

A. A decree 
B. An ordinance 
C. A writ 
D. A notification 

Q9. Under the Directive Principles of States Policy, upto what age of children they are expected to be provided free and compulsory education?

A. 14 years 
B. 15 years 
C. 16 years 
D. 18 years 

Q10. How many Fundamental Duties are in the Indian Constitution?

A. Nine 
B. Eleven 
C. Twelve 
D. Twenty 


1. (c) Indian Council Act, 1909 
2. (b) The Cabinet Mission Plan, 1946
3. (b) Strong States
4. (C) The 42nd Amendment Act, 1976
5. (C) Concurrent List 
6. (D) Mathura 
7. (B) The Parliament 
8. (C) A writ 
9. (A) 14 years 
10. (B) Eleven 

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