Polity Quiz 12 August2016 (English)
By: D.K Choudhary
Q.1 A writ issued by the high Court or the Supreme Court to protect the fundamental rights of the citizens is known as? (SSC 2000)
(1) Mandamus (2) Quo-Warranto
(3) Certiorari (4) Habeas Corpus
Q.2 The main purpose of including the directive principles of state policy in the Indian constitution is to?
(1) Establish a welfare state
(2) Establish a secular state
(3) Check the arbitrary action of the government
(4) Provide best opportunities of development by the Government
Q.3 Which one of the following fundamental rights was described by Dr. B.R. Ambedkar as the heart and soul of the constitution? (SSC 2001)
(1) Right to religion (2) Right to constitutional Remedies
(3) Right to property (4) Right to Education
Q.4 No person shall be a citizen of India if he has? (SSC 2001)
(1) Lived in foreign country for more than five years.
(2) Been convicted by a foreign court of law.
(3) Voluntarily acquired citizenship of another country.
(4) Accepted employment in an other country.
Q.5 Which one of the following fundamental Right guaranteed by the Constitution of India? (SSC 2001)
(1) Right to Govern
(2) Right to Property
(3) Right to Information
(4) Right to Equality
Q.6 Right to free education within certain limits is? (SSC 2001)
(1) Guaranteed as a Fundamental Right
(2) Enshrined in the Directive principles of state policy
(3) Outlined in the preamble of the Constitution
(4) Ignored by the constitution
Q.7 No person can be employed in factories or mines unless he is above the age of?
(1) 12 Year (2) 14 Year
(3) 18 Year (4) 20 Year
Q.8 The writ of ‘Habeas Corpus’ is issued in the event of? (SSC 2008)
(1) Los of property (2) Refund of excess taxes
(3) Wrongful police detention (4) Violation of the freedom of speech
Q.9 Political equality is found in? (SSC 2002)
(1) The Absence of privileges
(2) Universal adult suffrage
(3) Equal distribution of wealth
(4) The rationality of the individual
Q.10 List of fundamental duties were added to the indain constitution? (SSC 2002)
(1) Four (2) Five
(3) Two (4) Three