Indian Constitution MCQ 2022

What is the minimum age for holding office in the Lok Sabha?

  1. 18 Years
  2. 21 years
  3. 25 Years
  4. 30 years

A motion of no confidence against the Government can be introduced in:

  1. Rajya Sabha
  2. Lok Sabha
  3. Both A & B
  4. Neither A nor B

How many sessions of the Lok Sabha take place in a year?

  1. 2
  2. 3
  3. 4
  4. 5

Which of the following are not sessions of the Lok Sabha?

  1. Budget Session
  2. Monsoon Session
  3. Summer Session
  4. Winter Session

The budget is also known as:

  1. Annual Financial Statement
  2. Monthly Financial Statement
  3. Receipt and Expenditure Statement
  4. Taxation Statement

The Parliament of India consists of the following:

  1. President
  2. Lok Sabha &Rajya Sabha
  3. Both A and B
  4. None of the above

Who decides whether a bill is a Money Bill or not?

  1. President
  2. Prime Minister
  3. Speaker of the Lok Sabha
  4. Finance Minister

The Federal structure of Government of India provides:

  1. Two-tier system
  2. Three-tier system
  3. Four-tier system
  4. None of the above

Who is known as the Father of Lok Sabha?

  1. G V Mavalankar
  2. Rabi Ray
  3. P A Sangma
  4. BalramJakhar

Indian Parliamentary System is based on which model?

  1. Westminster model
  2. Welfare State model
  3. Both A & B
  4. Neither A nor B.

Which of the following article dealt with the formation of Parliament?

  1. Article 54
  2. Article 63
  3. Constitutional Article 77
  4. Article 79

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Article 250 of the constitution says that:

  1. In case of the declaration of President’s Rule in any State under Article 356 of the Constitution, the Parliament is competent to legislate on any matter included in the State List.
  2. Education will be in the con- current list of the constitution.
  3. Every Indian state will have a governor to assist chief minister.
  4. Some taxes will be imposed and collected by the central government only.

Joint session of the parliament is arranged under the article……..

  1. 78
  2. 103
  3. 108
  4. 249

Which of the following is not sacked/ impeached by the Parliament?

  1. President
  2. Chief Justice of Supreme Court
  3. Auditor General
  4. Attorney General of India

Which of the following is true about Parliament?

  1. Parliament consists of Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha.
  2. The Vice- President is elected by both the Houses of the Parliament.
  3. Joint session of the parliament is headed by the president
  4. Joint session of the parliament is called by the Lok Sabha Speaker.

Who is the current Chairman of National Human Rights Commission?

  1. Cyriac joseph
  2. K.G. Balakrishnan
  3. Markedeykatju
  4. Lila Samson

The Chairman of the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) must be :

  1. Retired judge of high court
  2. A lawyer who has the eligibility to be a judge of Supreme Court
  3. Retired Judge of Supreme Court
  4. Retired Attorney General of India

The Chairperson and members of the NHRC are appointed on the recommendation of a committee consisting of:

  1. Prime Minister, Home Minister, Leader of Opposition in both houses of Parliament, Lok Sabha Speaker
  2. Prime Minister, Home Minister, Leader of Opposition in both houses of Parliament, Lok Sabha Speaker and Deputy Chairman of Rajya Sabha
  3. Home Minister, Prime Minister, Leader of Opposition in both houses of Parliament, Lok Sabha Speaker and President
  4. Prime Minister, Home Minister, President and Chief Judge of Supreme Court

The Chairman of NHRC is appointed for the period of:

  1. 6 years or till the age of 70 years
  2. 6 years or till the age of 65 years
  3. 5 years or till the age of 65 years
  4. 5 Years or till the age of 70 years

NHRC was established in the year:

  1. 1951
  2. 1993
  3. 1965
  4. 1990

Which of the following article of Indian Constitution dealt with the appointment of attorney general of India?

  1. Article 72
  2. Constitutional Article 74
  3. Article 76
  4. Article 68

Which of the following is true about the Attorney General of India?

  1. He has the right of audience in all the courts in India
  2. His term of the office and remuneration is decided by the president
  3. He advices the government of India
  4. All the above

Who is the highest legal officer of the union government of India?

  1. Attorney General of India
  2. CAG
  3. President
  4. Solicitor General of India

To be eligible for appointment as attorney general of India, a person must possess the qualifications prescribed for a…………

  1. Judge of Supreme Court of India
  2. Judge of a high court
  3. A renown lawyer
  4. Solicitor general of India

Which one is not true about the attorney general of India?

  1. He is the legal advisor to the government of India
  2. His tenure and salary is decided by the president
  3. He has the voting right in the proceeding of the parliament
  4. He appears before high courts and Supreme Court in cases involving union government.

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National Commission for Other Backward Class came into effect from:

  1. 1993
  2. 1995
  3. 1992
  4. 2003

Which article of Indian constitution gives the power to the government to make special provisions for the development of SC/ST/OBC against the article 15?

  1. Article 19
  2. Article 29
  3. None of these
  4. Article 25

Who is the current Chairman of the National Commission for Other Backward Class?

  1. Najma Hiptulla
  2. P.L.Punia
  3. Justice Swatanter Kumar
  4. Justice V. Eswaraiah

How many members are in the National Commission for Other Backward Class?

  1. 4
  2. 6
  3. 3
  4. 8

What is the current limit of creamy layer in India to decide the benefits of the reservation?

  1. 4.5 lac /Annum
  2. 6 lac /Annum
  3. 8 lac /Annum
  4. None of these

Advocate General of the State is appointed for the period of:

  • (a) 5 years
  • (b) 6 years
  • (c) Decided by the President
  • (d) No fix tenure

Advocate General of the State submits his resignation to:

  • (a) Chief Judge of high court of the state
  • (b) Governor of the respective states
  • (c) President of India
  • (d) Chief Minister of the state

Which article states that each state shall have an Advocate General?

  • (a) Article 194
  • (b) Article 177
  • (c) Constitutional Article 197
  • (d) Article 165

Which one is NOT correct regarding Advocate General of State?

  • (a) He has the right of audience in any Court in the State Legislative
  • (b) The Advocate General is the first law officer of a State.
  • (c) He receives the Pay as per fixation by Government.
  • (d) He has the voting right in the state legislature.

What is the salary of the Advocate General of the State?

  • (a) 90,000/Month
  • (b) 1,20000/month
  • (c) Remuneration not fixed by Constitution
  • (d) As decided by the President

Which article of Indian constitution protects the civil servants from the politically motivated or vindictive action

  • (a) Article 109
  • (b) Article 19
  • (c) None of the above
  • (d) Article  311

Which have the right to start an Indian service?

  • (a) Rajya Sabha
  • (b) Lok Sabha
  • (c) Parliament
  • (d) President

Civil services day is observed on:

  • (a) 23 April
  • (b) 21 July
  • (c) 4 November
  • (d) 21 April

Which Ministry/Authority has the right to remove the incompetent, inefficient and unproductive All India Service officers after 15 years of service?

  • (a) Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
  • (b) Ministry of Home Affairs
  • (c) Parliament
  • (d) State Government

The members of the UPSC are appointed by the…………. for the term of ……years.

  • (a) Prime Minister, 6 years
  • (b) President, 6 years
  • (c) President , 5 years
  • (d) Home minister, 6 years

National emergency is declared under which of the following articles?

  • Article 358
  • Article 352
  • Constitutional Article 359
  • Article 360

National emergency proclamation is issued in case of?

  • Armed rebellion
  • External aggression
  • War
  • All the above

Proclamation of emergency under article 352 is issued by which one of the following?

  • Prime minister
  • President
  • Defence minister
  • Home minister

Emergency under article 356 is imposed by which one of the below?

  • Prime minister
  • Governor
  • Vice-president’
  • President

Financial emergency is imposed under article?

  • Article 354
  • Article 365
  • Constitutional Article 367
  • Article 360

In real sense the Governor of the State is appointed by the President on the advice of the following…….

  • Prime Minister
  • Chief Minister
  • Vice-President
  • Chief Justice

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The Governor of the State can be removed by which one of the following?

  • Chief Minister
  • Prime Minister
  • Union Home Minister
  • President

Which of the following are the discretionary powers of the Governor?

  • Selection of Chief Minister
  • Provide advice to the President regarding President’s rule in the concerned state.
  • Returning back the bill to the State legislature for reconsideration.
  • All the above

Among which of the followings are appointed by the Governor?

  • Advocate General
  • Chief secretary of the State
  • Vice-chancellors of universities
  • All the above

Which one of the following article deals with the Governor of States?

  • Article 150
  • Constitutional Article 153
  • Article 165
  • Article 167

When was the Anti-Defection law passed?

  • a) 1950
  • b) 1960
  • c) 1985
  • d) 2005

Who is the final deciding authority on the question of disqualification by anti-defection?

  • a) Chairman or Rajya Sabha or Speaker of Lok Sabha
  • b) Prime Minister
  • c) President
  • d) None of the above

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Consider the following two statements regarding the implementation of anti-defection law:

  • If an elected member voluntarily gives up his membership of a political party;
  • If an elected member votes or abstains from voting in such House contrary to any direction issued by his political party or anyone authorized to do so, without obtaining any prior permission.

Which of the above 2 statements is a criteria for the anti-defection law?

  1. a) Only 1
  2. b) Only 2
  3. c) Both 1 and 2
  4. d) Neither 1 nor 2

Consider the following two statements:

(i) The anti-defection law gives for the first time a clear cut constitutional recognition to the existence of political parties

(ii) The total number of ministers including the Prime Minister in the central council of ministers shall not exceed 15% of the total strength of the Loksabha article 16(4)

Which of the statement given above is/are correct?

  • (a) 1 only
  • (b) 2 only
  • (c) Both 1 and 2
  • (d) Neither 1 nor 2

Which committee suggested the exemption from disqualification in case of a split from Tenth Schedule (anti-defection) ?

  • a) Kelkar committee
  • b) Dinesh Goswami committee
  • c) S.K. Majhi committee
  • d) None of the above

In which year the Central Bureau of Investigation was established?

  • a) 1947
  • b) 1950
  • c) 1963
  • d) 1965

In which city the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) Academy located?

  • a) New Delhi
  • b) Darjeeling
  • c) Mumbai
  • d) Ghaziabad

Where are the headquarters of Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) located?

  • a) New Delhi
  • b) Darjeeling
  • c) Mumbai
  • d) Ghaziabad

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) comes under the administrative control of:

  • a) Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) of the Ministry of Personnel
  • b) Ministry of Home Affairs
  • c) Ministry of Defense
  • d) None of the above

Consider following two statements:

  • The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) is exempt from the Right to Information (RTI) Act
  • Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) is a part of the Union subject, and not State or Concurrent subjects – Indian Constitution MCQ

Which of the above is/are true?

  1. a) Only 1
  2. b) Both 1 and 2
  3. c) Only 2
  4. d) Neither one nor two

Which of the following election is not conducted under the supervision of Election Commission of India?

  • (a) Election of vice president of India
  • (b) Election of states legislatures
  • (c) Election of local bodies of the states
  • (d) Election for the Parliament

The Ninth Schedule to the Indian Constitution was added by

  • (a) First Amendment
  • (b) Eighth Amendment
  • (c) Ninth Amendment
  • (d) Forty Second Amendment

Which one among the following features of the Constitution of India is indicative of the fact that real executive power is vested in the Council of Ministers headed by the Prime Minister?

  • (a) Federalism
  • (b) Representative legislature
  • (c) Universal adult franchise
  • (d) Parliamentary democracy

According to the Constitution of India, which of the following are fundamental for the governance of the country?

  • (a) Fundamental Rights
  • (b) Fundamental Duties
  • (c) Directive Principles of State Policy
  • (d) Fundamental Rights and Fundamental Duties

What are the features of the regulating act of 1773?

  • It designated `Governor of Bengal’ as `Governor General’ of Bengal.
  • Bombay, Madras and Bengal presidencies were made independent of one another.
  • Provided for the establishment of a supreme court at Calcutta (1774).

Which of the following is not true regarding the Chief Election Commissioner of India?

  • (a) President appoints the Chief Election Commissioner of India
  • (b) Chief Election Commissioner of India can be by the same process as applicable to judge of Supreme Court.
  • (c) Other election commissioners can be removed by the president on the recommendation of Chief Election Commission of India.
  • (d) T. Swaminathan was the first chief ChiefElection Commissioner of India.

Which of the following is not the fundamental duty for Indian citizens?

  • (a) To safe  guard public property
  • (b) To protect and improve the natural environment
  • (c) To obey all the women
  • (d)  To develop the scientific temper and spirit of enquiry

The council of ministers is responsible to the……..

  • (a) Rajya Sabha
  • (b) President
  • (c) Lok Sabha
  • (d) Prime Minister

Which of the following Government of India act is called the mini constitution of India?

  • (a) Government of India Act 1919
  • (b) Government of India Act 1935
  • (c) Government of India Act 1915
  • (d) Government of India Act, 1909

Supreme Court of India was established on the recommendation of

  • (a) Pits India Act of 1784
  • (b) Regulating act of 1773
  • (c) Charter act of 1L793
  • (d) Charter act of 1813

Who is authorized to decide over a dispute regarding disqualification of a member of parliament?

  • Speaker of Lok Sabha
  • President
  • Election Commissioner
  • A committee set up by the parliament

Who among the following was never the Lok Sabha speaker?

  • KVK Sundaram
  • GS Dhillon
  • Baliram Bahgat
  • Hukum Singh

What is the age of retirement of a Judge of a supreme

  • 62yrs
  • 68yrs
  • 60yrs
  • 65yrs

The Constitution of India provides a

  • Presidential form Govt
  • Cabinet System of Government
  • Parliamentry System
  • Bicameral System of government

Mr.P.V.Narashima Rao is the_____Prime Minister of India

  • Seventh
  • Sixth
  • Fifth
  • Ninth

In 2011, The present Majority Leader of the Lok Sabha is

  • Pranab Mukerjee
  • Sushma Swaraj
  • Mrs. Meira Kumar
  • Dr. Manmohan Singh

The Indian Constitution is regarded as

  • federal
  • unitary
  • parliament
  • federal in form and unitary in spirit

The part of the constitution that reflects the mind and ideals of the framers is

  • directive principles
  • fundamental rights
  • preamble
  • Citizenship

The Indian Constitution has borrowed the ideas of preamble from the

  • Italian Constitution
  • Canadian Constitution
  • French Constitution
  • Constitution of USA

What is the minimum permissible age for employment in any factory or mine?

  • 12 years
  • 14 years
  • 16 years
  • 18 years

Which of the following is not a condition for become a citizen of India?

  • Birth
  • Descent
  • Naturalisation
  • Acquiring Property

Who is competent to prescribe conditions as for acquiring Indian Citizenship?

  • State Legislatures
  • Parliament
  • President
  • Attorney General

The Lok Sabha is also known as

  • Council of states
  • The Upper House
  • The House of the People
  • Parliament

The chairman of the Rajya Sabha is the

  • President of India
  • Vice President of India
  • Prime Minister of India
  • None of the above

Which schedule of the constitution of India contains special provisions for the administration and control of schedule areas in several states?

  • Fifth
  • Sixth
  • Seventh
  • Eighth

Who was the first Foreign Minister of free India?

  • Jawaharlal Nehru
  • Gulzari Lal Nanda
  • Lal Bahadur Shastri
  • John Mathai

The idea of the constitution of India was first of all given by

  • Mahatama Gandhi
  • Dr BR Ambedkar
  • Jawaharlal Nehru
  • MN Roy

The (Indian Constitution MCQ) Government of India Act 1935 vested the residuary power in the

  • British Parliament
  • Federal Legislature
  • State Legislature
  • Government General

India become a Sovereign democratic republic on

  • Aug 15, 1947
  • Jan 30, 1948
  • Jan 26, 1950
  • Nov 26, 1929

The design of the national flag was adopted by the constituent assembly of India in

  • July, 1948
  • July, 1950
  • august, 19
  • July, 1947

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In which year Supreme Court of India came in to force ?

  • Answer: 1950 January 28

Who is the first chief Justice of India ?

  • Answer:  Harilal J Kania

Who is the 40th (current) Chief Justice of India ?

  • Answer: Justice Sathasivam

Who is the first female judge of supreme court ?

  • Answer: FathimaBeevi

Which High Court for the first time in India declared ‘Bandh” as illegal

  • Answer : Kerala High Court

Which state has no Panchayati Raj Institution

  • Answer : Nagaland

Which High Court has the largest jurisdiction in the terms of states

  • Answer :Gauhati High Court

Second largest judicial complex in the World

  • Ans : Madras High Court

Supreme Court Judges retire upon attaining the age of

  • Answer : 65 years

Total number of High Court in India

  • Answer : 24

The age of retirement of a Judge of a High Court in India is?

  • Answer : 62 years

Who was the first person to be directly appointed as the Judge of Supreme Court?

  • Answer :Kuldeep Singh

Which of the following is the oldest High Court in India?

  • Answer : High Court of Calcutta

Who was the first woman judge to be appointed Chief Justice of a High Court?

  • Ans : Justice Smt Leila Seth

Andaman and Nicobar islands come under the jurisdiction of which of the following High Courts?

  • Answer : Calcutta High Court

The pension of a high court judge is charged to the

  • Answer : Consolidated Fund of India

The power of Supreme Court of India to decide the dispute between the centre and states falls under its

  • Answer : Original jurisdiction

Which article in Indian Constitution gives the power of Writ jurisdiction to Supreme court ?

  • Answer: Article 32

Who appoints the judges of supreme court ?

  • Answer: President

What is the monthly salary of chief Justice of Supreme court ?

  • Answer: 1 lakh

What is the monthly salary of judge of Supreme court ?

  • Answer: 90,000

Indian Constitution MCQ – Who is the present (40th) Chief Justice of India ?

  • Answer:  P. Sathasivam

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