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Constitution of India: Quiz


Question 1: The Prime Minister and the Council of Ministers enjoy their offices only as long as they enjoy a majority support in the ________, the lower house of the Parliament, which consists of members directly elected by the people.
Rajya SabhaIndian nationalismIndiaLok Sabha

Question 2: Fifth Schedule (Article 244)  – This provides for the administration and control of Scheduled Areas[Note 1] and ________[Note 2] (areas and tribes needing special protection due to disadvantageous conditions).
Scheduled castes and scheduled tribesPoona PactIndiaAdivasi

Question 3: The majority of the ________ was under British colonial rule from 1858 to 1947.
Indian subcontinentAsiaAfricaSouth Asia

Question 4: Part XII - Finance, Property, ________ and Suits
ContractDuressDelegation (law)Sharia

Question 5: It also established the office of the ________ along with an Executive Council in India, which consisted of high officials of the British Government.
Governor-General of New ZealandGovernor General of CanadaGovernor-General of IndiaBritish Raj

Question 6: Besides the English version, there is an official ________ translation.
Hindustani languagePunjabi languageHindiSanskrit

Question 7: The ________ is elected by the Parliament and State Legislative Assemblies, and not directly by the people.
President of IndiaLok SabhaIndex of India-related articlesAdministrative divisions of India

Question 8: After coming into effect, the Constitution replaced the ________ as the governing document of India.
Political integration of IndiaRevolutionary movement for Indian independenceGovernment of India Act 1935Indian independence movement

Question 9: The President is the ________, and all the business of the Executive and Laws enacted by the Parliament are in his/her name.
Head of stateUnited KingdomMonarchyMonarch

Question 10: Prominent jurists like Alladi Krishnaswamy Iyer, ________, Benegal Narsing Rau and K. M. Munshi, Ganesh Mavlankar were also members of the Assembly.
Swami VivekanandaB. R. AmbedkarAnnie BesantRahul Sankrityayan


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