Questions on Polity for SSC CHSL

Q1.Which Amendment Act of 1987 provided the statehood to Goa?
(a)54th
(b)58th
(c)59th
(d)56th



Q2.The prime minister of India who took the initiative to reduce the voting age from 21 years to 18years.
(a)Rajiv Gandhi
(b)Chandra Shekhar
(c)V.P.Singh
(d)Indira Gandhi

Q3.Which one of the following describes India a Secular State ? 
(a) Fundamental Rights
(b) Preamble to the Constitution
(c) 9th Schedule
(d) Directive Principles

Q4.The idea of concurrent list in the Indian Constitution has been borrowed from..
(a) USA 
(b) Switzerland
(c) Australia 
(d) U.S.S.R.

Q5.Article 370 of the Constitution of India makes special provision for which of the following state(s)?
(a) Maharashtra and Gujarat
(b) Assam
(c) Nagaland
(d) Jammu and Kashmir

Q6.The Constitution of India provides for an Election Commission under Article..
(a) 321 
(b) 322
(c) 323 
(d) 324

Q7.Which article of the Indian Constitution empowers the president to consult the Supreme Court?
(a) Article 129 
(b) Article 132
(c) Article 143 
(d) Article 32

Q8.Right to property is a..
(a)Fundamental right
(b)Directive principle
(c)Legal right
(d)Social right

Q9.Right to freedom of religion is guaranteed under the constitution in articles..
(a)12-19
(b)19-21
(c)25-28
(d)21-28

Q10.In the Indian constitution,the right to equality is granted by five articles.They are..
(a)16-20
(b)15-19
(c)14-18
(d)13-17

Q11.The head of the council of minister in a state is the..
(a)Governor
(b)Chief minister
(c)Chief Secretary
(d) None of these

Q12.Rajya Sabha enjoys more power than the Lok Sabha in the case of
(a)Money bills
(b)Non-money bills
(c)Setting up of new All India Services
(d)Amendment of the Constitution


Q13.Who among the following has propagated the “Doctrine of Passive Resistance”?
(a)Aurobindo Ghosh
(b)Bal Gangadhar Tilak
(c)Veer Savarkar
(d)Motilal Nehru

Q14.Under which article of Indian Constitution, a High Court can issue writs to protect the fundamental rights?
(a)Article 15 
(b)Article 32
(c)Article 35 
(d)Article 226

Q15.What was the duration in the making of Indian Constitution ?
(a)1 Year 10 Months and 12 Days
(b)2 Years 10 Months and 5 Days
(c)2 Years 11 Months and 18 Days
(d)3 Years 6 Months and 7 Days






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