General Studies Daily Test-3-Features of Indian Constitution

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1) Which of the following statements is correct with regard to the Indian Constitution?
1. It is the lengthiest written Constitution.
2. It provides a blend of rigidity and flexibility.
3. It is a synthesis of Parliamentary Sovereignty and Judicial Supremacy.
2) The Indian parliamentary system is different from the British parliamentary system, in that India has
3) What is/are the major difference/differences between a written and an unwritten constitution?
1.A written constitution is the formal source of all constitutional laws in the country and the unwritten constitution is not the formal source.
2.A written constitution is entirely codified whereas an unwritten constitution is not.
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4) ‘Economic Justice’ as one of the objectives of the Indian Constitution has been provided in
5) Match List I with List II and select the correct answer from the codes given below the lists
List I                                                     List II
(Forms of Government)                (Principles)
A. Presidential System                 1. Separation of powers
B. Parliamentary System              2. Close relationship between executive and legislature
C. Federal System                       3. Division of power
D. Unitary System                       4. Concentration of power
6) Where was, the concept of written Constitution, first born?
7) The Presidential Government operates on the principle of
8) Which of the following is not correctly matched?
Parts Articles Covered
9) The Constitution of India is republican because it
10) Which of the following countries have an Unwritten Constitution?
11) Where was the first parliamentary form of Government formed?
12) Which one of the following is a basic feature of the Presidential Government?
13) WWhich of the following statements about the Federal System in India are not correct?
1. The Constitution introduces a Federal System as the basic structure of Government.
2. There is a strong admixture of a unitary bias.
3. Both the Union and State Legislature are sovereign.
4. The Legislative, Financial and Judicial powers have been divided between the Union and its units.
14) The ‘Instrument of Instructions’ contained in the Government of India Act, 1935 has been incorporated in the Constitution of India in the year 1950 as
15) There are different arguments given in a favour of power sharing in a democratic political system. Which one of the following is not one of them?
16) In Indian Polity which one is supreme?
17) The cardinal features of political system in India are
1. It is a democratic republic.
2. It has a parliamentary form of Government.
3. The supreme power vests in the people of India.
4. It provides for a unified authority.
18) which of its session, did the Congress officially accept the ‘Socialistic Pattern of Society’?
19) The Constitution is declared to have been adopted and enacted by the
20) What is Gandhi’s  definition of ‘Ram Raj’?
21) Point out the common features of a Federal Constitution with the help of the codes given below
1. A written and rigid Constitution.
2. Division of power between the centre and the units.
3. Separation of powers between the legislature and the executive.
4. Bicameral national legislature

22) The most essential feature of the Parliamentary form of Government is the
23) The basic features of the Indian Constitution which are not amendable under Article 368 are
24) In which of the following points is the Indian Constitution similar to that of USA?
25) The Unitary System of Government possesses which of the following advantages?
26) In Indian Polity, the executive is subordinate to the
27) Indian Constitution is
28) Which of the following statements about democracy are correct?
1. Democracy is a government of the people, for the people and by the people.
2. Democracy is a rule of majority.
3. Democracy provides an opportunity to the people to voice their grievances in a peaceful manner.
4. Democracy always leads to disintegration of the society.
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29) India has been described by the Constitution as
30) Which of the following is not correctly matched?
Parts Deals with
31) Which of the following countries enjoys a federal form of government?

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