Q.1. What is the Necessity of The Preamble?
Ans. The preamble is like an introduction to the constitution. It is a summary of Objective and the basic philosophy of the constitution. The courts use the preamble to clarify: the meaning of the Law whenever there is an ambiguity.
Q.2. Under whose recommendations the constituent assembly was set up?
Ans. It was set up on the recommendations of Cabinet Mission Plan, 1946.
Q.3. When were the elections of the constituent assembly help?
Ans. In July 1946
Q.4. Name the person who was chosen as the temporary chairman of the constituent assembly.
Ans. Dr. Sachidanand Sinha
Q.5. When was the objective resolution presented in the Assembly?
Ans. 13 December 1946
Q.6. Is Indian constitution a living document?
Ans. Yes, it is a living document. It keeps on amending old laws as and when required as per Article 368.
Q.7. Who moved the objective resolution in the Constituent Assembly?
Ans. Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru
Q.8. How many constitutions did Nepal had?
Ans. Six (1948,1951,1959,1962, 1990 and 2015)
Q.9. Which Institution was in the forefront of the struggle for a popularly elected constituent assembly in Nepal?
Ans. The Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist)
Q.10. When did Nepal become a democratic republic?
Ans. In 2008, It became a democratic republic.
Q.11. Who Said, “We must make our political democracy a social democracy.”
Ans. Dr. B.R. Ambedkar
Q.12. How many members were there in Constituent Assembly?
Ans. 299 members
Q.13. Which provision of constitution was passed without any debate?
Ans. Universal Suffrage.
Q.14. Who is known as the Father of Indian Constitution?
Ans. Dr. B.R.Ambedkar
Q.15. From which country did the idea of the rule of law has been taken?
Ans. From the British Constitution.