TNPSC Group 2, 2A Salient Features of Indian Constitution Questions and Answer:
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Salient features of the Indian Constitution:
- It is the lengthiest of all the written constitutions of the world.
- It has borrowed most of its provisions from the constitutions of various countries.
- It is partly rigid and partly flexible.
- It establishes a federal system of government.
- It makes India a secular state.
- It provides an independent judiciary.
- It introduces Universal Adult Franchise and accords the right to vote to all citizens above 18 years of age without any discrimination.
Salient Features of Indian Constitution Questions and Answers:
I. Choose the correct Answer:
1. In the Indian Constitution, the Right to Equality is granted by 5 articles. They are
(a) Article 16-20
(b) Article 15-19
(c) Article 14-18
(d) Article 13-17
2. The purpose for the inclusion of Directive Principles of State Policy in the Indian Constitution was
(a) Political democracy
(b) Social democracy
(c) Gandhian democracy
(d) Social and economic democracy
3. Indian Constitution contains
a. One list b. two lists c. three lists d. four list
4. India is a
Hindu date b. Secular state c. Billingual sate d. None of these
5. India is a ‘Republic’ because
a. Its head of the state is elected b. There is a parliamentary rule
c. It is completely free d. It prescribes democratic government
II. Match the following:
|List-I (Item in the List-II (Country from Indian Constitution) which it was derived)||List-I (Item in the List-II (Country from Indian Constitution) which it was derived)|
|A. Directive Principles||1. Australia|
|B. Fundamental Rights||2. Canada|
|C. Concurrent List in Union-State Relations||3. Ireland|
|D. India as a Union of States with greater powers to the Union||4. United Kingdom
5. United States of America
Choose from the following options given below:
(a) A-5, B-4, C-1, D-2
(b) A-3, B-5, C-2, D-1
(c) A-5, B-4, C-2, D-1
(d) A-3, B-5, C-1, D-2
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