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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) Constitutionally which of the following has the power to make a law on the subject mentionable in the Union List?
A) President
B) Lok Sabha
C) Rajya Sabha
D) Parliament

2) In a Federal State:
A) States are more powerful than the Centre
B) Centre is more powerful than States
C) a Presidential form of government functions
D) Constitution effects division of powers between the Centre and States with safeguards against transgression of jurisdiction

3) Who has the constitutional power not to approve `President Rule' in the state under Article 356?
A) President
B) Parliament
C) Lok Sabha
D) Rajya Sabha

4) The Union Council of Ministers consists of:
A) Prime Minister
B) Cabinet Minister
C) Cabinet Ministers and Chief Ministers of the States
D) Cabinet Ministers, Ministers of State and Deputy Ministers

5) Who have held the office of the Vice-President? (1) M. Hidayatullah, (2) Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed, (3) Neelam Sanjiva Reddy, (4) Shankar Dayal Sharma
A) 1, 2, 3 and 4
B) 1 and 4
C) 2 and 3
D) 3 and 4

6) The idea of the Constitution of India was first of all given by :
A) Mahatma Gandhi
B) Dr. B R Ambedkar
C) Jawaharlal Nehru
D) M N Roy

7) The Preamble of the Indian Constitution serves the purpose of?
A) pointing out what the people expect the Government of India to accomplish
B) indicating that the authority of the Government is derived from the people
C) helping judges to interpret various provisions of the Constitution properly
D) All of these

8) Which is the only state in India to have Common Civil Code in force?
A) Jammu & Kashmir
B) Goa
C) Sikkim
D) Kerala

9) The Constitution of India is?
A) unitary
B) confederal
C) perfectly federal
D) federal with a strong centralising tendency

10) How do Directive Principles of State Policy differ from Fundamental Rights?
A) The former are not a part of the Constitution, whereas the latter are the part of the Constitution.
B) The Directive Principles are not enforceable, whereas the Fundamental Rights are enforceable
C) The former are meant for Central Government, whereas the latter are for the States.
D) None of these

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