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Questions related to Indian Constitution are an indispensable part of every competitive examinations conducted by SSC, UPSC, PSC, LIC, GIC, Railways, IBPS, etc. The main objective of these questions is to test the candidate's knowledge in Constitution of India and Indian Polity. For this purpose we have provided more than 200 objective Indian Constitution questions with answers for the candidates to enhance their knowledge in this area. All these questions had already been asked in various competitive examinations such as SSC CGL, SSC CHSL, SSC TAX ASSISTANT, UPSC, BANK CLERK, BANK PO, CDS, NDA, CPO, PSC, LIC, GIC, RAILWAYS, etc.

Take 10 Questions Online Random Quiz on Indian Constitution below:

1) A bill in each House is subject to?
A) one reading
B) two readings
C) three readings
D) four readings

2) Which Articles of Indian Constitution guarantees equal opportunities in public employment to persons belonging to SC/ST and the other minority communities?
A) Article 15
B) Article 16
C) Article 22
D) Article 27

3) Constitution of India came into effect on?
A) 20th January 1949
B) 26th January 1949
C) 29th January 1950
D) 26th January 1950

4) A federal system?
A) must have a written costitution.
B) must have an unwritten constitution.
C) may not have any constitution.
D) may have either written or unwritten constitution

5) Who is the Chief Law Officer of India ?
A) Solicitor General
B) Advocate General
C) Attorney General
D) Secretary, Law Department

6) Planning Commission is established by?
A) The Cabinet resolution
B) The Prime Minister
C) The President
D) The Parliament resolution

7) In a parliamentary form of government, real powers of the State are vested in the:
A) Council of Ministers headed by the Prime Minister
B) President
C) Government
D) Parliament

8) Which Constitutional Article defines the Schedule Tribe?
A) Article 340
B) Article 341
C) Article 342
D) Article 343

9) When can a President use his discretion in appointing the Prime Minister?
A) In all circumstances
B) In no circumstances
C) Only when the Lok Sabha has been dissolved
D) When no political party enjoys a clear majority in the Lok Sabha

10) The executive authority of the Union is vested by the Constitution in the:
A) Prime Minister
B) President
C) Cabinet
D) Union Legislature

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