Features of Indian Constitution - General Studies quiz 18 is a free online quiz challenge under Features of Indian Constitution - General Studies category. There are 21 free online quiz challenges available in General Studies category
The Constitution of India guarantess Freedom of Thought and Expression to all its citizens subject to1. implementation of directive principles 2. Fundamental Duties3. Right to EqualitySelect the correct answer using the codes given below
Which one of the following statement correctly describes the Fourth Schedule of the Constitution of India?
In which of the following case Supreme Court urged that the preamble can't be amended as it is not the Part of constitution?
Which of the following is correctly matched?
Which of the following statements regarding the Article 22 of the constitution of India are correct?1. The Fundamental Right conferred by this Article protects persons against arrests and detention in certain cases.2. This Fundamental Right is guaranteed to both citizens and non-citizens.3. The rights guaranteed under this provision are applicable to those arrested under laws providing for preventive detention.4. The rights guaranteed under this article are not applicable to enemy aliens.Choose the correct answer using the codes given below
Which of the following does not give correctly the name of the original state out of whose territory the new state was created?
Which of the following provision of the Constitution of India have a bearing on education?1.Directive Principles of State Policy2. Rural and Urban Bodies3. Fifth Schedule4. Sixth schedule5. Seventh ScheduleSelect the correct answer using the codes given below
According to the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) Act, 1993, who amongst the following can be its Chairman?
The Rights to Information means and includes1. inspection of documents.2. taking out files from office to any place desired by the applicant.3. taking photograph of files.4. obtaining information in tapes.Select the correct answer using the codes given below
The States of the Indian Union can be re-organised or their boundaries altered by