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This book contains high-quality, objective-type questions on the Indian Constitution and political system. These questions are of two categories viz., those questions which are freshly framed and those questions which have been sourced and edited. Te framed questions are in accordance with the latest
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Historical Background I.5
2. Making of the Constitution I.11
3. Salient Features of the Constitution I.14
4. The preamble of the Constitution I.19
5. Union and Its Territory I.22
6. Citizenship I.26
7. Fundamental Rights I.29
8. Directive Principles of State Policy I.47
9. Fundamental Duties I.54
10. Amendment of the Constitution I.58
11. Basic Structure of the Constitution I.62
Part two SYSTEM OF GOVERNMENT II.3 – II.32
12. Parliamentary System II.5
13. Federal System II.8
14. Center-State Relations II.13
15. Inter-State Relations II.23
16. Emergency Provisions II.27

CENTRAL GOVERNMENT

17. President III.5
18. Vice-President III.18
19. Prime Minister III.21
20. Central Council of Ministers III.25
21. Cabinet Committees III.29
22. Parliament I
23. Parliamentary Committees III.52
24. Parliamentary Forums III.59
25. Supreme Court III.62

STATE GOVERNMENT

26. Governor IV.5
27. Chief Minister IV.13
28. State Council of Ministers IV.17
29. State Legislature IV.21
30. High Court IV.25
31. Subordinate Courts IV.29
32. Special Status of Jammu & Kashmir IV.31
33. Special Provisions for Some States IV.34
Part Five LOCAL GOVERNMENT V.3 – V.28
34. Panchayati Raj V.5
35. Municipalities V.18

UNION TERRITORIES AND SPECIAL AREAS

36. Union Territories VI.5
37. Scheduled and Tribal Areas VI.8
Part Seven CONSTITUTIONAL BODIES VII.3 – VII.38
38. Election Commission VII.5
39. Union Public Service Commission VII.8
40. State Public Service Commission VII.14
41. Finance Commission VII.17
42. National Commission for SCs VII.23
43. National Commission for STs VII.25
44. Special Officer for Linguistic Minorities VII.27
45. Comptroller and Auditor-General of India VII.29
46. Attorney General of India VII.35
47. Advocate General of the State VII.37

NON-CONSTITUTIONAL BODIES

48. Planning Commission VIII.5
49. National Development Council VIII.8
50. National Human Rights Commission VIII.11
51. State Human Rights Commission VIII.14
52. Central Information Commission VIII.16
53. State Information Commission VIII.19
54. Central Vigilance Commission VIII.21
55. Central Bureau of Investigation VIII.24
56. Lokpal and Lokayuktas VIII.26

OTHER CONSTITUTIONAL DIMENSIONS

57. Co-operative Societies IX.5
58. Official Language IX.7
59. Public Services IX.10
60. Tribunals IX.14
61. Rights and Liabilities of the Government IX.16
62. Authoritative Text of the Constitution in Hindi Language IX.18
63. Special Provisions Relating to Certain Classes IX.21
Part ten POLITICAL DYNAMICS X.3 – X.20
64. Political Parties X.5
65. Elections X.8
66. Electoral Reforms X.10
67. Anti-Defection Law X.12
68. Pressure Groups X.14
69. National Integration X.17
70. Foreign Policy X.19
Part eleven WORKING OF THE CONSTITUTION XI.3 – XI.6
71. National Commission to Review the Working of the Constitution XI.5

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1. Consider the following statements:
In view of Article 20 of the Constitution of India, no person accused of an offense can be compelled to:
1. Give his signature or thumb impression for identification.
2. Give oral testimony either in or out of the court.
Which of the statements given above is/are correct?
(a) Only 1
(b) Only 2
(c) Both 1 and 2
(d) Neither 1 nor 2
2. Which of the following are envisaged by the Right Against Exploitation in the Constitution of
India?
1. Prohibition of traffic in human beings and forced labor
2. Abolition of untouchability
3. Protection of the interests of minorities
4. Prohibition of employment of children in factories and mines
Select the correct answer using the codes given below:
(a) 1 and 2 (b) 1 and 3
(c) 2, 3 and 4 (d) 1 and 4
3. As far as the Armed Forces are concerned, the Fundamental Rights granted under Articles 14 and
19 of Constitution are:
(a) Not available at all
(b) Available to the Armed Forces but not to other forces
(c) Available only at the discretion of the Chief of the Army staff
(d) Available only according to the law made by Parliament
4. In the Indian Constitution, the power to issue a writ of ‘Habeas Corpus’ is vested only in:
(a) The Supreme Court
(b) The High Courts
(c) The Subordinate Courts
(d) The Supreme Court and the High Courts
5. Which of the following is not included in Article 19 of the Constitution of India, pertaining to
the Right to Freedom?
(a) Right to reside and settle in any part of the territory of India
(b) The right of minorities to establish and administer educational institutions
(c) Right to form associations or unions
(d) Right to assemble peaceably and without arms
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