Polity Quiz 06th Jan 2018

By: D.K Chaudhary

Q.1   Which Article of the Indian Constitution protects person’s right to treval abroad? (UP. PCS 1997)

(A)      14                               (B)      19

(C)       21                               (D)      None of the above.

Ans:- (C)

In the case of Menaka Gandhi Vs. UOI,  1978 the supreme court held that right to travel abroad is a fundamental rights and id secured by Article 21.


Q.2   According to article 25 of the constitution Rights to Freedom of Riligion is not subjected to? (R.A.S/ R.T.S Pre. 2013)

(A)      Public Order                       (B)      Health

(C)       Morality                               (D)      Humanism

Ans:- (D)

According to Article 25 of the Indian constitution all persons are equally entitled to freedom of conscience and the right to freely profess, and  propagate religion, but these rights have certain limitation imposed on the ground of public order, morality and health. Humanism is not included ilimitation provided under article 25.

Q.3   Under which article of Indian constitution wearing of ‘Kripans’ bu Sikh is deemed as a right to freedom of religion? (Jharkhad PCS 2003)

(A)      24                                           (B)      25

(C)       26                                           (D)      27

Ans:- (B)

Wering and carrying of Kripans by Sikh is deemed to be included in the profession of Sikh religion by virtue of Explanation I to the Article 25. Article 25 of the Indian constitution refers to freedom of religion.


Q.4   Article 25 of the indian constitution refers to? (UP. PCS 1996)

(A)      Right to Equality               (B)      Right to Property

(C)       Freedom of Riligion         (D)      Protection of Minorities

Ans:- (C)

See the explanation of above question.


Q.5   Which one of the following pairs is not correctly matched? (UP. PCS 2015)

(A)      Prohibition of traffic in human – Article 25

(B)      Protection of interests of Minorities—Article 29

(C)       Right to constitutional remedies—Article 32

(D)      Right to minorities to establish and administer educational institutions—Artice 31

Ans:- (D)

The Right of Minorities to establish and administer educational institutions is provided under Article 30, while Article 31 was for compulsory acquisition of property which has been repealed by 44th Amendment.


Q.6   Wihich article of the constitution protects the Right of minorities to establish and administer educational institutions of their choice? (UP. PCS 1997)

(A)      19                               (B)      26

(C)       29                               (D)      30

Ans:- (D)

Article 19—Right to Freedom

Article 26—Freedome to manage religious affiairs

Article29—Protection of interest of minority community

Article30—Right of minorities to establish and administer educational instutions


Q.7   Which of the following Rights can be enforced under Article 32 of the Indian Constitution? (UP. PCS 1997)

(A)      Constitutional Rights                  (B)      Fundamental Rights

(C)       Statutory Rights                            (D)      All of the above

Ans:- (B)

Article 32 of the constitution provides constitutional remedies against the violation or transgression of fundamental rights, conferred by part III. The Supreme Court shall have the power to issue directions or orders or writs, including writs like habeas corpus mandamus, prohibition, Que Warranto m and certiorari whichever may  be appropriate, for the enforcement of any of the rights conferred by this part. That is way the supreme court has been called as the guardian of fundamental rights.


Q.8   The Guardian fo Fundamental Rights is? (UP. Pcs 2010)

(A)      Judiciary                               (B)      Executive

(C)       Parliament                          (D)      None of these

Ans:- (A)

The Constitution of India has assigned Judiaciary i.e. the Supreme Court of India and High Courts, the most significant of Human Rights is the exclusive right to the constitutional remedies under Art.32 and 226 of the constitution of India. Thus the Guardian of Fundamental Rights is Judiciary.


Q.9Under the Indian Constitution who is the guardian of the Fundamental Rights? (UP. PCS 1992)

(A)      Parliament                          (B)      Presidnet

(C)       Supreme Court                  (D)      Cabinet

Ans:- (C)

Judiciary (The Supreme Court and High Courts) is the guardian of fundamental rights instead of the president.

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