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Free Test Series Constitutional Law Test No : 2

Q.1) Under Indian Constitution, Fundamental duties enshrined under Article 51A does not include the duty-

a) To uphold and protect sovereignty of India

b) To defend the country when called upon to do so

c) To value and preserve rich heritage of our composite culture

d) To protect monuments, place and objects of national importance

Q.2) Which of the following article provides for reservation in matters of promotion in services under the state in favour of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes-

a) Article 16(4A)

b) Article 16(4B)

c) Article 16(4)

d) Article 15(4)

Q.3) Indian National Anthem is a reflection of the real India as a country – a confluence of many religions, races, communities and geographical entities. It is a message of unity in diversity.

The above phrase of the Supreme Court was taken from which of the following judgment-

a) Sanjeev Bhatnagar v. Union of India

b) Union of India v. Naveen Jindal

c) Sushanta Tagore v. Union of India

d) Aruna Roy v. Union of India

Q.4) Right to vote is a –

a) Statutory right

b) Constitutional right

c) Fundamental right

d) Customary right

Q.5) The Doctrine of colourable legislation means-

a) One cannot do indirectly what cannot be done directly

b) A legislation should not be coloured with malice

c) The intention behind every legislation should be clear

d) A legislation should be interpreted in such a manner that a noble end is reached

Q.6) Match the following correctly:

i. Kesavananda Bharti v. Union of India

ii. Indira Gandhi v. raj Narain

iii. Minerva ills case

iv. State of Bihar v. Bal Mukund Shah

A. 1975

B. 1973

C. 2000

D. 1980

Q.7) Sovereignty under Constitution belongs to-

a) President

b) The people

c) Executive, legislature, Judiciary

d) The Parliament

Q.8) Under the Indian Constitution, which one of the following is not a specific ground on which the state can place restrictions on freedom of religion?

a) Public order

b) Morality

c) Social justice

d) Health

Q.9) Respect for the National Anthem and National Flag is-

a) Fundamental right of every citizen

b) Fundamental duty of every citizen

c) Directive principle of state policy

d) Ordinary duty of every citizen

Q.10) The text of Preamble of the Constitution of India aims to secure:

a) Fundamental rights to all individuals

b) Fundamental duties to citizens of India

c) Dignity of the individual and unity and integrity of the nation

d) Security of service to the government servant

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