Previous Year Papers - Indian Polity - 3


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QUESTION: 1

Which of the following states is not included in Capital Region Planning Council?

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The National Capital Regional Plan covers areas in Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Rajasthan and the National Capital Territory (NCT) Delhi. The Union Minister for Urban Development is the Chairman of NCR Planning Board.

QUESTION: 2

The minimum number of workers who can form a Trade Union and get it registered under Trade Union Act?

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QUESTION: 3

The civil affairs like marriage, divorce, inheritance etc which has been authorised by the Constitution to make legal laws?

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QUESTION: 4

Which of the following exercised the most profound influence in framing the Indian Constitution?

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QUESTION: 5

Which one of the following kinds of equality is not compatible with the liberal notion of equality?

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The correct answer is D as kinds of equality is not compatible with the liberal notion of equality is the economic equality  Laissez faire was found incompatible with economic redistribution and so found opposed to economic equality.

QUESTION: 6

Liber ty stands for

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QUESTION: 7

Under which article of the Constitution of India, can the Fundamental Rights of the members of the armed forces be specifically restricted?

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QUESTION: 8

Dual citizenship is an important feature in which form of government?

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QUESTION: 9

Which one of the following is the guardian of Fundamental Rights?

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QUESTION: 10

Which of the following Articles of the Constitution deals with the Fundamental Duties?

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QUESTION: 11

Which one of the following Fundamental Rights is available to Indian citizens only?

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QUESTION: 12

Right to property was removed from the list of Fundamental Rights during the rule of

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option A:  The Constitution originally provided for the right to property under Articles 19 and 31. Article 19 guaranteed to all citizens the right to acquire, hold and dispose of property. Article 31 provided that “no person shall be deprived of his property save by authority of law.” It also provided that compensation would be paid to a person whose property has been taken for public purposes. The Forty-Forth Amendment of 1978 deleted the right to property from the list of fundamental rights.

QUESTION: 13

The chapter on Fundamental Duties includes

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option B

The Fundamental Duties of the citizen were added to the constitution by the 42nd Amendment in 1976. Fundamental duties obligate all citizens to respect the national symbols of india, including the constitution to cherish its heritage, preserve its composite culture and assist in its defense.

QUESTION: 14

By which of the following modes can citizenship be acquired?

1. By Birth
2. Hereditary
3. By Registration
4. By Request

Select the correct answer using the codes given below

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QUESTION: 15

Which one of the following is not enumerated as a right in the Constitution of India?

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QUESTION: 16

Fundamental Rights in India are guaranteed by it through

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QUESTION: 17

What is the category in which the negotiating strategy of a strike by the government employees falls?

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Indian laws have always recognized the workers right to strike. The Supreme Court of India has invariably maintained the “right to strike” as not a fundamental right, but a legal right that workers can exercise as part of collective bargaining, wage bargaining and dispute resolution. However, several court rulings have also been in opposition to the right to strike, be it by political parties or trade unions. Some favourable court rulings on the workers’ right to strike are: the Gujarat Steel Tubes v. Mazdoor Sabha AIR 1980 SC 1896, where the right to strike was held as integral to collective bargaining and as supported by social justice. Indian laws comprising sections 22, 23, and 24 of the Industrial Disputes Act, 1947 imply that industries, such as hospitals, government departments, educational institutions and clubs, have the right to strike. Strikes may be legal or illegal, based on the procedure for strike, and it is decided by the judiciary. 

QUESTION: 18

Right to vote is mentioned in the parts of the Constitution relating to

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QUESTION: 19

Who of the following has not been an interlocutor on Jammu and Kashmir?

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The correct option is C.
On October 13, 2010, during the unrest in Jammu and Kashmir, the Government of India had appointed an eminent Group of Interlocutors—Dileep Padgaonkar, Radha Kumar and M.M. Ansari—to hold a sustained dialogue with all shades of opinion in the State and “identify the political contours of a solution and the roadmap towards it”. They submitted their report to the Government on October 12, 2011.
 

QUESTION: 20

The states in India are demanding greater autonomy from the centre in the field.

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QUESTION: 21

Where in the Indian Constitution has ‘economic justice’ been provided as one of the objectives?

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QUESTION: 22

Resources transferred trom the Government of India to states are termed ‘statutory’, if they are made

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QUESTION: 23

Under the Directive Pr inciples of State Policy, upto what age of the children they are expected to be provided free and compulsory education?

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QUESTION: 24

What is the implication of the Central Government granting ‘special status’to a state?

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QUESTION: 25

The main purpose of including the Directive Principles of State Policy in the Indian Constitution is to

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QUESTION: 26

Separation of the judiciary from the executive has been provided in which one of the following parts of the Indian Constitution?

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QUESTION: 27

Which of the following is a merit of the presidential form of government?

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QUESTION: 28

The tenure of the Swiss President is

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QUESTION: 29

Term of office of the President of USA is

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QUESTION: 30

When the Vice-President is acting as President ,he

1. will have all powers and functions of both President and Vice-President.
2. gets all the allowances and priv ileges of the President.
3. should continue to work as the Chairman of the Rajya Sabha.

Which of the statement(s) gives above is/are correct?

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The   correct answer is A as  Vice-President acts as president when a vacancy occurs in the office of President due to his resignation, death, removal or otherwise. (Article 65). While acting or discharging the functions of President, the Vice - President does not perform the duties of chairman of Rajya Sabha.