Indian Polity General Question & Answer | Part - 3 - MCQ Answer - Govt Jobs Preparation

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Monday, January 28, 2019

Indian Polity General Question & Answer | Part - 3

gk multiple choice question answer

INDIAN POLITY PART - 3

Q1. By virtue of which act, diarchy was introduced in India?

A. Indian Council Act, 1909
B. The government of India Act, 1919
C. The government of India Act, 1935
D. Indian Independence Act, 1947

Q2. Who presided over the first meeting of the Indian Constituent Assembly?

A. Dr. Rajendra Prasad
B. Sachchidananda Sinha
C. B.R. Ambedkar
D. H.V. Kamath

Q3. In Indian polity which one is supreme?

A. The supreme court
B. The constitution
C. The parliament
D. Religion

Q4. Which Amendment of the Indian constitution inserted the two words ’Socialist’ and ‘Secular’ in the preamble?

A. 28th
B. 40th
C. 42nd
D. 52nd

Q5. Which one of the following liberty is not embodied in the preamble to the constitution of India?

A. Liberty of Thought
B. Liberty of Expression
C. Liberty of Belief
D. Economic Liberty

Q6. Of the following words in the preamble of the constitution of India which was not inserted through the constitution (Forty Second) Amendmend Act, 1976?

A. Socialist
B. Secular
C. Dignity
D. Integrity

Q7. At the time of enactment of the constitution, which one of the following ideals was not included in the preamble?

A. Liberty
B. Equality
C. Socialist
D. Justice

Q8. How does the constitution of India describe India as?

A. A federation of states and Union Territories
B. A Union of States
C. Bharatvarsh
D. A federated nation

Q9. The number of Union Territories in India is

A. 5
B. 6
C. 7
D. 9

Q10. Which of the following States is a member of the ‘Seven Sisters’?

A. West Bengal
B. Tripura
C. Orissa
D. Bihar
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Answer

1. (B) Government of India Act, 1919
2. (B) Sachchidananda Sinha
3. (B) The constitution
4. (C) 42 nd
5. (D) Economic Liberty
6. (C) Dignity
7. (C) Socialist
8. (B) A Union of States
9. (C) 7
10. (B) Tripura

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