By: D.K Choudhary
Directive principles are not enforceable at court of law. –True
Directive principles have political acceptability. – – True
Directive principles are procalimation of objectives of state legislation. –True
Directive principles provides for free medical care and equal income to all citizens of india. – -False.
What of the part of Indian constitution proclaims the ideal of welfare state.
-Directive principles of State Policy.
In which part of Indian constitution the provison of separation of judiciary and legislature has been made? -Directive Principles of State Policy
On the basis of which of the article of Indian constitution the government can persuade employers to make provision for ‘maternity relief’. –Art. 42.
The power of centre government to make law on ‘Cow Slaughter’ has been provided under which article of Indian Constitution. –Directive principles of State Policy – Act-48.
According to Directive principles of state policy up to which age of children are expected to provide free and compulsory education. – Up to 14 years.
Under which provision the right to free education has been provided? -Under Directive Principles of State Policy ( DPSP).
On which directive principles of state policy is directly influenced by Gandhian Moral philosophy? – Free legal aid to the poor.
Which of the Article of the DSPS provides for promotion of international peace and harmony. – -Art. 51
In which part of the Indian constitution the concept of welfare state has been thoroughly discussed? -DPSP.
Which constitutional amendment accorded higher status to DPSP In comparation to ‘Fundamental Rights’? – -42nd constitutional Amendment.
What is the nature of DPSP in Indian constitution? –Not-enforceable at court of law.