UPSC Level 2 Polity Pre Quiz #10

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#1 Consider the following statements: 1. Every citizen of India is entitled to equality before law and equal protection of law. 2. To ensure its full enjoyment, inequality in all forms present in our social structure has been prohibited. 3. Our constitution assures equality of status and opportunity to every citizen for the development of the best in him/ her. 4. Political equality though given in terms of vote but it is not found in all spheres of politics and power. 5. Equality before law in order to be effective requires some economic and education base or grounding. 6. Equality substantiates democracy and justice. 7. The constitution provides for Right to Equality under Article 11. Which of the above provisions of equality is correct?

#2 Which one of the following is not included in the State List in the Constitution of India?

#3 Who among the following is known as ‘the father of local self government’ in India?

#4 Consider the following: 1. As opposed to a monarchy, our constitution prefers to remain a republic. 2. The offce of the head of the state is elective. 3. Political equality is its chief message. 4. Any sort of hereditary rule is thus regarded as a disvalue in India Which of the above is/are true?

#5 Consider the following statements with secularism in Indian constitution and legal system. 1. All minority communities are granted the right to conserve their distinctive culture and the right to administer their educational institutions. 2. The Supreme Court in S.R. Bommai v. Union of India held that secularism was an integral part of the basic structure of the constitution. 3. Secularism is a value in the sense that it supports to our plural society. 4. It aims at promoting incoherence among different communities living in India. Select the correct answer using the codes given below:

#6 Consider the following statements/facts with reference to Regulation Act, 1773. 1. Subjected the company’s actions to the supervision of the British government. 2. end of dual government. 3. Governor of Bengal to be the Governor-General of British territories of India. 4. Establishment of Supreme Court in Calcutta. 5. The servants of the company were forbidden to engage in private trade, accept presents of bribes. Select the correct answer using the codes given below

#7 With reference to Fundamental Duties, consider the following statements: 1. Our constitution too prescribes some duties to be performed by the citizens. 2. All these duties though not enforceable in nature but reflect some basic values too. 3. It highlights the values like patriotism, nationalism, humanism, environmentalism, discipline, harmonious living, feminism, scientifc temper and inquiry and individual and collective excellence. Which of the statements given above is/are correct?

#8 Consider the following statements: 1. The constitution grants the power to parliament to admit into the Union of India new states; and 2. The constitution grants the power to parliament to establish new statesWhich of the statements given above is/are correct?

#9 The Parliament comprises: 1. the President of India and 2. the two Houses—Lok Sabha (House of the People) and 3. Rajya Sabha (Council of States). Which of the statements given above is/are correct?

#10 Money bills can only be introduced in 1. Lok Sabha (House of the People) and 2. Rajya Sabha (Council of States). 3. Both the Houses Which of the statements given above is/are correct?

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