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1. The Constituent Assembly elected as its permanent chairman:

(a) Jawaharlal Nehru

(b) Rajendra Prasad

(c) B. R. Ambedkar

(d) K.M. Munshi

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2.Who was Chairman of the Drafting committee which drafted the Constitution ?

(a) B.R.Ambedkar

(b) Jawaharlal Nehru

(c) Rajendra Prasad

(d) C.R. Rajagopalachari

Answer to Question Two

3.The Constitution of India was adopted on:

(a) January 26,1950

(b) January 26,1949

(c) November26, 1949

(d) December31,1949

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4.The Constitution of India came into force on:

(a) January 26, 1950

(b) January 26, 1952

(c) August 16, 1948

(d) November 26, 1949

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5.The Constitution of India contains:

(a) 295 Articles

(b) over 400 Articles

(c) 259 Articles

(d) 301 Articles

Answer to Question Five

6.The Constitution of India contains:

(a) nine Schedules

(b) eight Schedules

(c) twelve Schedules

(d) ten Schedules

Answer to Question Six

7. The Constitution of India describes India as:

(a) a 'union of states'

(b) 'quasi-federal'

(c) a federation of states and union territories

(d) a unitary state

Answer to Question Seven

8.The Preamble was amended by the:

(a) 24th Amendment

(b) 42nd Amendment

(c) 44th Amendment

(d) none of these amendments

Answer to Question Eight

9. The Constitution of India

(a) provides single citizenship

(b) provides double citizenship

(c) contains no provisions regarding citizenship

(d) provides multiple citizenship

Answer to Question Nine

10. Which of the following is not a condition for becoming a citizen of India:

(a) citizen ship by birth

(b) citizenship by descent

(c) citizenship by acquiring property

(d) citizenship by   naturalization

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11. A person can lose citizenship through

(a) termination

(b) renunciation

(c) deprivation

(d) all of these

Answer to Question Eleven

12. The Fundamental Rights of Indian Citizens are contained in

(a) Part 111 of the Constitution

(b) Part 1V of the Constitution

(c) the seventh Schedule of the Constitution

(d) none of these

Answer to Question Twelve

13.  Article 25 of the Indian Constitution provides for facilities regarding

(a) education

(b) sports

(c) religion

(d) defence

Answer to Question Thirteen

14. Which of the following has ceased to be a Fundamental Right in the Indian Constitution?

(a) right to freedom of speech

(b) right to form educational institutions

(c) right to property

(d) right to constitutional remedies

Answer to Question Fourteen

15.The right to private property was dropped from the list of Fundamental Rights by the (a) 24th Amendment

(b) 42nd Amendment

(c) 44th Amendment

(d) none of these

Answer to Question Fifteen

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Answers:

1. (b) Rajendra Prasad

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2. (a) B.R.Ambedkar

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3. (c) November26, 1949

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4. (a) January 26, 1950

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5. (b) over 400 Articles

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6. (c) twelve Schedules

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7. (a) a 'union of states'

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8. (b) 42nd Amendment

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9. (a) provides single citizenship

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10. (c) citizenship by acquiring property

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11. (d) all of these

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12. (a) Part 111 of the Constitution

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13. (c) religion

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14. (c) right to property

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15. (c) 44th Amendment

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