Indian Politics MCQs Set – 51

Question 1.

How many types of emergency is provisioned in the constitution-

A. 1
B. 2
C. 3
D. 4

Ans: C. 3

Question 2.

Which of the following can be amended by special majority?

A. Directive Principles of State Policy
B. Rules of Procedure in Parliament
C. Admission of new state
D. Use of English language in Parliament

Ans: A. Directive Principles of State Policy

Question 3.

In India, how many times has the President declared financial emergency-

A. Never
B. Two times
C. Three times
D. Once

Ans: A. Never

Question 4.

Under which article of constitution, proclamation of National Emergency is declared-

A. Article 352
B. Article 356
C. Article 360
D. Article 361

Ans: A. Article 352

Question 5.

The President of India enjoys emergency powers of-

A. four types
B. two types
C. five types
D. three types

Ans: D. three types

Question 6.

During an emergency all of the fol.owing fundamental rights are suspended, except-

A. Freedom of association
B. Freedom of speech and Expression
C. Personal liberty
D. Freedom of assembly without arms

Ans: C. Personal liberty

Question 7.

The first General Election in India and first Amendment to the Constitution was held in-

A. 1949
B. 1950
C. 1951
D. 1952

Ans: C. 1951

Question 8.

Under which Article of the constitution can an Emergency be declared in India on account of war or external aggression?

A. Article-356
B. Article-353
C. Article-352
D. Article-354

Ans: B. Article-353

Question 9.

According to the Indian Constitution, who has the power to declare emergency ?

A. Prime Minister
B. President
C. Chief Justice
D. Parliament

Ans: B. President

Question 10.

During emergency imposed under Article-352, which of the following constitutional provisions stands suspended?

A. Directive Principles of State Policy
B. Amendment Procedures
C. Fundamental Rights
D. Judicial Review

Ans: C. Fundamental Rights

Question 11.

In which year did the first amendment of Indian Constitution take place?

A. 1951
B. 1950
C. 1948
D. 1949

Ans: A. 1951

Question 12.

The National Emergency in India can be declared by the President of India due to the external aggression or armed revolt through-

A. Article-352
B. Article-356
C. Article-360
D. Article-368

Ans: A. Article-352

Question 13.

Indian Constitution can be amended according to the procedure laid down in the following Article-

A. Article 368
B. Article 345
C. Article 351
D. Article 333

Ans: A. Article 368

Question 14.

For how much time Financial Emergency can be proclaimed?

A. 6 months
B. 24 months
C. 12 months
D. No maximum period

Ans: D. No maximum period

Question 15.

By which Amendment were ‘Fundamental Duties’ added to the Constitution?

A. 40th Amendment
B. 42nd Amendment
C. 44th Amendment
D. 45th Amendment

Ans: B. 42nd Amendment

Question 16.

_ amends the Constitution.

A. Ministry of Defence
B. Prime Minister’s Office
C. Parliament
D. Securities and Exchange Board of India

Ans: C. Parliament

Question 17.

Article 368 of the Indian Constitution deals with-

A. Emergency Provisions
B. Right to primary Education
C. Right to Information
D. Amending Procedure

Ans: D. Amending Procedure

Question 18.

Which type of emergency has not been declared so far in India?

A. Internal emergency caused due to internal disturbances
B. External emergency caused due to external threat
State emergency caused due to failure of constitutional machinery in the state
D. Financial Emergency

Ans: D. Financial Emergency

Question 19.

Which of the following pair is correctly matched-

A. Indra Sawhney case – rights ofwomen at work place
B. ADM Jabalpur – rights ofcitizens in emergency
C. Kartar singh case – rights of minorities
D. Vishakha case – centre state relation

Ans: B. ADM Jabalpur – rights ofcitizens in emergency

Question 20.

Which of the following feature of the Indian constitution cannot be amended under article 368-

A. Sovereignty, Territorial integrity, Redel’al system, Judicial review
B. Sovereignty, Territorial integrity, Parliamentary form of government
C.Judicial review, and Federal system
D. Sovereignty, Territorial integrity, Federal system, Judicial review, and Parliamentary form

Ans: D. Sovereignty, Territorial integrity, Federal system, Judicial review, and Parliamentary form

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