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Daily free test for Judicial Service : Constitutional law Test No : 10

Q.1)The Constitution of India deals with provisions for maternity relief under:

a)Article 40 b)Article 43 c)Article 42 d)Article 41

Q.2)Which one is correct statement:

a)Fundamental Rights are superior to the Directive Principles b)Directive Principles are superior to Fundamental Rights c)There is no relationship between Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles d)None of the above

Q.3)In the Constitution Uniform Civil Code is included as

a)Fundamental Right b)Constitutional Right c)Fundamental duty d)Directive Principle

Q.4)Which one of the following is not a Directive Principle of State Policy?

a)Organization of village Panchayats b)Uniform Civil Code for citizens and non citizens c)Right to work to education and to public assistance in certain cases. d)Separation of Judiciary from Executive.

Q.5)Which of the following is a Directive Principles of State Policy?

a)To provide paternity leave b)To organize gram Sabhas c)To provide for participation of workers in management of industries d)To take steps for separation of judiciary from legislature.

Q.6)Which Article of the Constitution mandates the State to enact a Uniform Civil Code applicable throughout India?

a)Article 14 b)Article 44 c)Article 42 d)Article 37

Q.7)According to Article 50, the state shall take steps to

a)Separate the judiciary from the executive in the public services of the state b)Separate functioning of judiciary from executive c)Separate the powers of judiciary from executive d)Separate the powers of judiciary from the legislature

Q.8)Choose the one which is not a fundamental duty ofa citizen under Article 51 A ofthe Constitution.

a)to develop scientific temper b)to abjure violence c)to encourage settlement of disputes by arbitration d)to renounce practices derogatory to the dignity of women

Q.9)Choose the right answer:

a)Directive Principles and Fundamental Rights are justiciable rights b)Only Fundamental Rights are justiciable and Directive Principles are non-justiciable c)Directive Principles can be amended but Fundamental Rights cannot be amended by the parliament d)Right to Property is a Fundamental Right

Q.10)Which one of the following is a Directive Principle of State Policy?

a)Right to Education b)Right to Die c)Right to move Supreme Court d)To organise Village Panchayats

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