MCQ Questions for Class 11 Political Science: Ch 9 Constitution as a Living Document

MCQ Questions for Class 11 Political Science: Ch 9 Constitution as a Living Document

1. When was the Indian Constitution was adopted and enacted?
(a) 26th January 1947.
(b) 26th November 1948.
(c) 26th January 1950.
(d) 26th November 1949.
► (d) 26th November 1949.

2. Political equality means every citizen should be given
(a) Political education.
(b) A chance to work in the government turn by turn.
(c) Right to vote and contest election.
(d) Membership of a political party.
► (c) Right to vote and contest election.

3. Which factors are responsible for the growth of the Indian Constitution?
(a) Amendments
(b) Laws
(c) Judicial Decisions
(d) All of the above
► (d) All of the above

4. In the law making process in India, the bill is put to vote in both Houses of the Parliament after the __________
(a) Third reading
(b) Second reading
(c) First reading
(d) Committee stage
► (a) Third reading

5. Indian constitution is a :
(a) Living Document
(b) Non Living Document
(c) Limited Document
(d) None of these.
► (a) Living Document

6. Article 368 of Indian constitution provides that
(a) An amendment bill can be introduced in either house of parliament.
(b) Provision for free and compulsory education for children.
(c) Seats shall be reserved for the Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes in every Municipality.
(d) Uniform civil code for the citizens.
► (a) An amendment bill can be introduced in either house of parliament.

7. Which of the following, fundamental right of the Indian Constitution has been reinterpreted recently?
(a) Right against communalism
(b) Right to titles
(c) Right against exploitation
(d) Right to Life
► (d) Right to Life

8. The Indian constitution guaranteed the civil liberties that curtail the misuse of power by the...
(a) Non Governmental Organisations.
(b) Parents and teachers.
(c) State and its agents.
(d) Intergovernmental Organisations.
► (c) State and its agents.

9. Amendment process is given in Article:
(a) 352
(b) 360
(c) 368
(d) 370
► (c) 368

10. According to the Indian Constitution, money bills can be introduced in:
(a) The Lok Sabha only
(b) The Rajya Sabha only
(c) The joint sessions of Rajya Sabha and Lok Sabha only
(d) The Council of Ministers
► (a) The Lok Sabha only

11. Amendment in our constitution can be effected:
(a) By the President
(b) By the Prime Minister
(c) Through referendum
(d) According to the provisions laid down in the constitution
► (d) According to the provisions laid down in the constitution

12. Democracy is considered better than the old feudal system because:
(a) It is more efficient and economic.
(b) It is more expressive of the people’s will.
(c) It ensures more equality among the people.
(d) It better protects the interests of the state.
► (b) It is more expressive of the people’s will.

13. The amendment of the constitution can be initiated in
(a) President's office
(b) Rajya Sabha
(c) Lok Sabha
(d) Any Houses of the Parliament
► (d) Any Houses of the Parliament

14. Which amendment was passed during the emergency?
(a) 41st Amendment
(b) 42nd Amendment
(c) 43rd Amendment
(d) 44th Amendment
► (b) 42nd Amendment
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