General Knowledge about Indian Constitution generally comes under the Legal Awareness and Static General Knowledge sections of most law exams. A student will have an advantage over their competitors if they have a firm grasp of the fundamental principles and recent advancements of the Indian Constitution. It is a significant topic andhelps to score high in any competitive exam.
What is Indian Constitution G.K.?
The "Constitution of India" makes up the majority of the questions in the law entrance exams. This subject appears both in the legal reasoning and the general knowledge sections. It covers the study of pre-Constitution history, fundamental rights, 3 organs of the government, emergency etc. Further, there are questions from the important court judgments and current legal events also.
Indian Constitution G.K. is primarily a part of the static G.K. section. However, it covers all the current important legal judgements. Also, it mainly includes topics such asUnion and its Territory, Citizenship, Fundamental Rights, Directive Principles of State Policy etc.
Law scope - Monthly Magazine for G.K. Questions on Indian Constitution
Monthly compilation of Legal Judgments, Current Affairs Legal Snippets for law Exams
Indian Constitution G.K. is one of the most frequent and significant parts of any law entrance exam. Candidates taking law examinations must, therefore, always keep themselves acquainted with legal awareness. With new modifications and enactments occurring often, there are numerous changes going on in the existing laws.
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Quiz on the Indian Constitution G.K
Q1. Who administers the oath of the Prime Minister of India?
- Vice President
- Chief Justice of India
Q2. Who can alter the number of judges in the Supreme Court?
- Central Government
- Supreme Court by Notification
- Parliament by Law
Q3. Article 32 of the Indian Constitution deals with the
- Right to life and liberty
- Right to speech and expression
- Right to form unions
- Right to constitutional remedies
Q4. Which state of India has the highest number of LokSabha seats?
- West Bengal
Q5. The Procedure for the amendment of the Constitution has been adopted from which country ?
- South Africa
Q6. Which of the following constitutional amendments is referred to as the "mini-constitution?
Q7. The constitution derives its authority from the
- Indian people
- Supreme Court
Q8. Article 352 deals with the
- President's rule
- National emergency
- Financial emergency
Q9. Anyone can contest for Indian Prime Ministership if he / she is at least
- 30 yr. of age
- 35 yr. of age
- 25 yr. of age
- 18 yr. of age
Q10. Article 14 of the constitution deals with
- Equality before law
- Abolition of untouchability
- Freedom of expression
- Right to property
Q11. How many types of emergency have been visualized in the Constitution of India?
Q12. The Preamble to the Indian Constitution is _____ in origin and is _____ of the Constitution.
- American, a part
- French, not a part
- Canadian, a part
- French, a part
Q13. How many days were spent on the consideration of the draft constitution by the Constituent Assembly of India?
- One Hundred and Ten Days
- One Hundred and Fifteen Days
- One Hundred and Seventeen Days
- One Hundred and Fourteen Days
Q14. What is the minimum age to contest elections of RajyaSabha?
- 25 Years
- 30 Years
- 35 Years
- 21 Years
Q15. Who administers the oath of Judges of High Court?
- Chief Minister
- Chief Justice of India
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||9 - C
|2 - D
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|3 - D
||11 - C
|4 - A
||12 - A
|5 - A
||13 - D
|6 - C
||14 - B
|7 - A
||15 - C
|8 - B