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Indian Constitution

1. What is the Constitution?
Answer
– The constitution is an important written form of governance rules, on which basis the rule of the country is governed.

 

2. When was the Constituent Assembly formed?
Answer
– Dec 9, 1946 AD.



3. Who was the temporary president of the Constituent Assembly?
Answer
– Dr. Secretariat Sinha.

 

4. When and who was appointed the permanent chairman of the Constituent Assembly.
Answer
– December 11, 1946, Dr. Rajendra Prasad

 

5. Who was appointed the constitutional adviser to the Constituent Assembly?
Answer
– B. N. Rao.

 

6. Who and when presented the proposal for the purpose of the Constituent Assembly?
Answer
– Jawaharlal Nehru, December 13, 1946.

 

7. When was a draft committee constituted by the Constituent Assembly?
Answer
– August 29, 1947 AD.

 

8. Who was the president of the draft constitution committee?
Answer
– Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar.

 

9. Who were the members of the draft constitution committee?
Answer
– In addition to Ambedkar, Gopal Swami Iyengar, Allah Krishna Krishna Swami Aiyar, Mohammad Sadulla, K. M. Munshi, B. L. Mittal and D. P. Khaitan.

 

10. When the draft committee presented the draft constitution?
Answer
– November 4, 1949 AD.

 

11. When the Constitution was ready and it was accepted by the Constituent Assembly.
Answer
– On November 26, 1949, The same day the President of the Constituent Assembly was signed on the constitution and the new constitution was finally accepted.

 

12 How long did it take to prepare the Constitution?
Answer
– 2 years 11 months 18 days.

 

13. When was a part of the Constitution enforced?
Answer
– November 26, 1949.

 

14. When did a composite constitution apply?
Answer
– January 26, 1950 AD.

 

15. When did the Republic of India become? .
Answer
– January 26, 1950 AD.

 

16 Republic Day is celebrated in India?
Answer
– January 26, 1950, in the UK.

 

17. How many paragraphs, parts and schedules were there in the newly created Constitution?
Answer
– 395 paragraphs, 22 volumes and 8 schedules.

 

18. Who is the father of the Indian Constitution (the creator)?
Answer
– To Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar.

 

19 Which country is the largest constitution in the world?
Answer
– India’s.

 

20 When the word ‘secular’ was added in the preamble of the Constitution?
Answer
– In 1976 AD .

 

21 What is the main purpose of the Indian Constitution?
Answer
– Establishment of Public Welfare State.

 

22 By what amendment of the Constitution did the word “secular” be added to the Constitution?

Answer – By the 42nd Amendment.

 

23 What type of country has India been called in the Indian Constitution?
Answer
– India has been called the Union of the States.

 

24 What is the nature of Indian Constitution?
Answer
– Quasi Federal.

 

25 What are the policy-oriented elements of the state?
Answer
– Some of the principles mentioned in the Indian Constitution, whose purpose is the welfare of citizens, are called the policy-director of the state itself.

 

26 In the Indian constitution the concept of parliamentary system is taken from the constitution of which country?
Answer
– From the British Constitution .

 

27 In which state the policy-director of the state was taken from the Constitution of India?
Answer
– From the Constitution of Ireland and Spain.

 

28 The constitutional arrangement of which country is taken from the constitution of the Indian Constitution?
Answer
– from the Canadian Constitution.

 

29 In the Indian constitution, the process of Parliament and Legislature taken from the Constitution of which country?
Answer
– From the British Constitution.

 

30 In the Indian constitution, the concept of fundamental rights is taken from the constitution of which country? .
Answer
– From the United States Constitution.

 

31 In the Indian constitution, the concept of fundamental duty has been taken from the constitution of which country?
Answer
– From the Constitution of the former Soviet Union.

 

32 The concept of emergency in the Indian constitution is taken from the constitution of which country?
Answer
– From Germany’s Constitution.

 

33 The concept of amendment to the Constitution is taken from which country’s constitution?
Answer
– From the Constitution of South Africa.

 

34 Constitution of which country has been adopted in the constitution of the Republic of India?
Answer
– From the Constitution of France.

 

35 In the Indian constitution, the concept of constitution of the Supreme Court is taken from which country’s constitution?
Answer
– From the United States Constitution.

 

36. In the Indian Constitution, the post of Vice President has been taken from the Constitution of the country.
Answer
– From the United States Constitution.

 

37 In the Indian constitution the concept of parliamentary privilege was taken from which country’s constitution? .
Answer
– UK

 

38 The concept of concurrent list is taken from the constitution of which country? .
Answer
– From the Constitution of Australia.

 

39 How many levels have been arranged for the formation of the government by the Indian Constitution?
Answer
– On two levels — “Central Government and State Government”

 

40 What is the number of topics in the union list?
Answer
– 97.

 

41 What is the number of topics in the state list?
Answer
– 66.8.

 

42 What is the number of topics in the concurrent list?
Answer
– 47

 

43 What are the main topics under the Union List? .
Answer
– Currency, foreign policy, rail, mail and wire.

 

44 What are the main topics under the state list?
Answer
– Police, education.

 

45 Who makes law on the union list?
Answer
– Indian Parliament.

 

46 How many fundamental rights were given to citizens in the Constitution of India
Answer
– Seven

 

47 What fundamental rights were removed from the list by the 44th Amendment to the Constitution.

Answer – Property rights

 

48 When was the 44th Amendment to the Constitution?
Answer
– In 1979 AD

 

49 Duties of citizens have been added by the amendment of the constitution.
Answer
– By the 42nd Amendment.

 

50 How many parts, schedules and articles are there in the Indian Constitution?
Answer
– There are 22 sections, 12 schedules and 444 paragraphs.

 

51 What is the relation between the first part of the constitution?
Answer
– From Union and Territory

 

52. What is the relation between the second part of the constitution?
Answer
– From citizenship.

 

53 Who deals with the third part of the constitution?
Answer
– From Original Rights

 

54 Who deals with the fourth part of the constitution?
Answer
– The state’s policy-guiding principle. .

 

55 Who deals with the fifth part of the constitution?
Answer
– From Union.

 

56 What is the relation between the six parts of the constitution? .
Answer
– From the states.

 

57 What is the relation between the seventh part of the constitution?
Answer
– From the states of Part B of the first schedule.

 

58 Who is the affiliate of the eighth part of the Constitution?
Answer
– From the Union Territories.

 

59 What is the relationship of the ninth part of the Constitution?
Answer
– From local self-government.

 

60 What is the relation of the tenth part of the constitution? .
Answer
– From scheduled and tribal areas

 

61. Whose description is given in the eleventh part of the Constitution?
Answer
– The connection between the union and the states.

 

62 To whom is the twelfth part of the constitution related?
Answer
– Finance, property, contracts and disputes (Finance, Property, Contracts and Suits) .. .

 

63 What is the theme of the thirteenth part of the Constitution?
Answer
– Trade Commerce and Intercourse Within the Territory of India.

 

64 Whose description is given in the fourteenth part of the Constitution? |
Answer
– Services under the Union and state.

 

65 What is the subject of the fifteenth part of the Constitution?
Answer
– ElectionS.

 

66 What is the subject of the 16th part of the Constitution?
Answer
– Special a relating to certain classes in relation to certain sections.

 

67 What is the subject of the seventeenth part of the Constitution?
Answer
– Official Language

 

68 What is the subject of the eighteenth part of the Constitution?
Answer
– Emergency Provisions.

 

69 Who is the nineteenth part of the constitution related to? .
Answer
– Miscellaneous.

 

70 What is the subject of the 20th part of the Constitution?
Answer
– Amendment to the Constitution.

 

71 What is the subject of the twenty-fifth part of the Constitution?
Answer
– Temporary, Transitional and Special Provisions.

 

72 What is the subject of the twenty-seventh part of the Constitution?
Answer
– Authorized text and cancellation in abbreviation, initialization, Hindi (G. title, Commencement, Authoritative Text in Hindi Repeals).

 

73 What is the subject of the first schedule of the Constitution?
Answer
– State and Union Territory.

 

74 What is the subject of the Second Schedule to the Constitution?
Answer
– Regarding the salary of important officials.

 

75 Who deals with the third schedule of the Constitution?
Answer
– The format of oaths or pledges.

 

76 What is the subject of the fourth Schedule to the Constitution?
Answer
– Allocation of seats in Rajya Sabha.

 

77 What is the subject of the fifth Schedule to the Constitution?
Answer
– Administration and control of Scheduled Areas and Scheduled Tribes.

 

78 What is the subject of the Sixth Schedule to the Constitution?
Answer
– Provisions regarding the administration of tribal areas of Assam, Meghalaya, Tripura and Mizoram states.

 

79 Who deals with the seventh schedule of the Constitution?
Answer
– Regarding association, state list and concurrent list.

 

80 What is the subject of the eighth schedule of the Constitution?
Answer
– Languages

 

81. What is the subject of the Ninth Schedule of the Constitution?
Answer
– Land reform law.

 

82 What is the subject of the Tenth Schedule of the Constitution?
Answer
– About Disqualification on the basis of Team-Change.

 

83 What is the subject of the Eleventh Schedule to the Constitution?
Answer
– Powers, authority and responsibility of Panchayats

 

84 What is the relation between the Constitution of the Twelfth Schedule?
Answer
– The powers, authority and responsibility of the municipalities.

 

85 The closing of obscenity is done by what article of the Constitution
Answer
– Article 17

 

86 In which article of the Indian Constitution there is the concept of welfare state?
Answer
– Article 39

 

87 Which paragraph of the Indian Constitution gives equal rights to citizens of India?
Answer
– Article 14.

 

88 Jammu and Kashmir has been given special status in the paragraph? In which article of Indian Constitution, is Jammu and Kashmir ever?
Answer
– Article 370.

 

89 In accordance with which article in the Constitution, the state of emergency is declared?
Answer
– Article 352.

 

90 Under which article of Indian Constitution, President’s rule was implemented in the state
Answer
– Article 356,

 

91 Which Article of the Indian Constitution Announces Financial Emergency?
Answer
– Article 360.

 

92 In which article of the Indian Constitution there is a provision for constitution amendment?
Answer
– Article 368

 

93 Which Article of the Constitution has given citizens the right to equality in the employment opportunities?
Answer
– Article 16

 

94 When was the first amendment to the Indian Constitution?
Answer
– In the year 1951.

 

95 How many amendments have been made in the Indian Constitution so far?
Answer
– 83

 

96 By which constitution amendment the ban on party changes?
Answer
– The 52nd Amendment.

 

97 Which state of India has its own separate constitution?
Answer
– Jammu and Kashmir.

 

98 When did the Constitution of Jammu and Kashmir come into being?
Answer
– January 26, 1957.

 

99 Who protects the fundamental rights of Indian citizens given in the Constitution?
Answer
– The Supreme Court.

 

100 At least how old should you be for voting?
Answer
– 18 years.

 

101 Who has the power to change the original rights?
Answer
– to the Supreme Court and the High Court.

 

102. Which article of the Constitution describes the rights against exploitation?
Answer
– Paragraphs: 23 and 24.

 

103. How many languages ​​have been approved by the Indian Constitution?
Answer
– 18 languages.







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