General Studies Daily Test-11-Directive Principles

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1) Among the ‘Socialistic’ Directive Principles may be listed
1.Prevention of concentration of wealth. 2.Right to work.
3.Separation of judiciary from executive. 4.Organising agriculture along scientific lines.
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2) As a result of Minerva Mills case, a law will be Protected by Article 31C if
3) Which of the following can be termed ‘Gandhian’ among the Directive Principles?
1.Prevention of cow slaughter.
2.Promotion of cottage industries.
3.Establishment of village Panchayats.
4.Uniform Civil Code for the country
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4) Which of the following directives has not been included in the Constitution with regard to conduct of international relations?
5) Who described the Directive Principles of State Policy as a novel feature of the Constitution of India?
6) The provision of Fundamental Duties have been taken from the Constitution of
7) The purpose of Directive Principles of state policy is to
8) Consider the following provisions under the Directive Principles of State Policy as enshrined in the Constitution of India
1.Securing for citizens of India a uniform civil code.
2.Organising village panchayats.
3.Promoting cottage industries in rural areas.
4.Securing for all the workers reasonable leisure and cultural opportunities.
Which of the above are the Gandhian Principles that are reflected in the Directive Principles of State Policy?
9) A uniform civil code mentioned in the Directive Principles of State Policy ensure
10) Which of the following Directive Principles of state policy come into category of ‘liberal principles’?
1.The state shall endeavour to secure a uniform civil code throughout the territory of India.
2.The state shall protect every monument or place or object of artistic or historic interest.
3.The state shall endeavour to secure to all workers a living wage and conditions of work ensuring a decent standard of life.
4.The state shall take steps to separate the judiciary from executive.
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11) Which of the following is a Directive Principle of state policy?

 
12) Consider the following provisions under the Directive Principles of State Policy as enshrined in the Constitution of India
1.Securing for citizens of India a uniform civil code.
2.Organising village panchayats.
3.Promoting cottage industries in rural areas.
4.Securing for all the workers reason­able leisure and cultural apportunities.
Which of the above are the Gandhian Principles that are reflected in the DPSP?
13) The Directive Principles of State Policy is a cheque which is paid on Bank’s convenience’. Who told it?
14) Which of the following statements is/are not indicative of the difference between Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles?
1.Directive Principles are aimed at promoting social welfare, while Fundamental Rights are for protecting individuals from State encroachment.
2.Fundamental Rights are limitations on State action, while Directive Principles are positive instructions for the Government to work towards a justice and socioeconomic order.
3.Fundamental Rights were included in the original Constitution, but Directive Principles were added by the first amendment.
4.Fundamental Rights are amendable, but Directive Principles cannot be amended.
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15) Which one of the following is not stated as a Directive Principle of State Policy in the Constitution of India?
16) A socialistic ideology is reflected in the Directive Principle, which calls for
17) Which one of the following Articles of the Directive Principles of State Policy deals with the promotion of international peace and security?
18) Which of the following were added to the Directive Principles by amendments to the Constitution?
1.To protect and improve the environment and safeguard wildlife.
2.Right of workers to participate in management of industries.
3.Right to work.
4.To protect and maintain places of historic interest.
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19) Which of the following provisions of the Constitution of India have a bearing on education?
1.Directive Principles of State Policy
2.Rural and Urban Bodies
3.Fifth Schedule
4.Sixth Schedule
5.Seventh Schedule
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20) Which among the following provisions of the Constitution of India is/are fulfilled by the National Social Assistance Programme launched by the Government of India?
1.Fundamental Rights
2.Fundamental Duties
3.Directive Principles of State Policy
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21) Which Article of the Constitution enjoins the state to provide for a social order in which justice, social, economic and political freedom is ensured?
22) Which one among the following statements is not correct?                                                             The word ‘Socialist’ in the preamble of the Constitution of India, read with
23) The purpose .of the inclusion of Directive Principle of State Policy in the Indian Constitution is to establish
24) The Articles of the Constitution of India which deal with Directive Principles of State Policy are
25) In which of the following cases, the attempt to confer primacy to Directive Principles of State Policy upon Fundamental Rights was failed by the Supreme Court?
26) The enforcement of Directive Principles depends mostly on
27) Which of the following statements is/are correct?
1.Ariticle 38 provides that state shall secure social order for promotion of welfare of the people.
2.Ariticle 45 makes the provision for free and compulsory education to children below the age of in years.
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28) Which of the following is not correctly matched?
29) Which of the following Directive Principles was/were added to the Constitution at a later date?
30) Which of the following are stated as Directive Principles of State Policy by Article 51 of Constitution of India? The State shall endeavour to
1.promote International Peace and Security.
2.maintain just and honourable relation between nations.
3.encourage settlement of international disputes by arbitration.
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