MCQ Questions for Class 11 Political Science Chapter 1 Constitution: Why and How? with Answers

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Q1. In Nepal, the multi-party system started after the year

(a) 1951
(b) 1959
(c) 1962
(d) 1990

(d) 1990


Q2. The freedom of speech and expression falls under

(a) Article 17
(b) Article 16
(c) Article 18
(d) Article 19

(d) Article 19


Q3. The idea of our Preamble is borrowed from the

(a) Canada constitution
(b) U.K constitution
(c) U.S constitution
(d) French constitution

(c) U.S constitution


Q4. The word that does not appear in the Indian Constitution is

(a) Sovereign
(b) Federal
(c) Fraternity
(d) Republic

(b) Federal


Q5. A Constitution is a body of

(a) Basic laws
(b) Rules
(c) Principles
(d) Moral values

(a) Basic laws


Q6. A body of fundamental principles, according to which a state is constituted is known as

(a) Convention
(b) Constitution
(c) Law
(d) Tradition

(b) Constitution


Q7. India borrowed the provision of First Past the Post system from the:

(a) French constitution
(b) Canadian constitution
(c) British constitution
(d) South African constitution

(c) British constitution


Q8. Which of the following provisions of the Indian Constitution was passed without virtually any debate?

(a) Introduction of Universal Suffrage
(b) Fundamental Rights
(c) Directive Principles of State Policies
(d) Parliamentary Democracy.

(a) Introduction of Universal Suffrage


Q9. The members of Constituent Assembly were :

(a) Directly elected
(b) Nominated by Congress and Muslim League
(c) Indirectly elected
(d) Appointed by the Governor-General and Governors.

(c) Indirectly elected


Q10. Parliament gets to decide about________.

(a) Law and Judiciary
(b) Laws and policies
(c) Judiciary and application
(d) None of the above

(b) Laws and policies


Q11. Which country has the brighest constitution

(a) India
(b) Australia
(c) China
(d) USA

(d) USA


Q12. Which of the following provisions of the Indian Constitution was passed without virtually any debate?

(a) Introduction of Universal Suffrage
(b) Fundamental Rights
(c) Directive Principles of State Policies
(d) Parliamentary Democracy

(a) Introduction of Universal Suffrage


Q13. India borrowed the Directive Principles of State Policy from the:

(a) Irish constitution
(b) Canadian constitution
(c) British constitution
(d) South African constitution

(a) Irish constitution


Q14. A Constitution is a body of

(a) Basic laws
(b) Rules
(c) Principles
(d) Moral values

(a) Basic laws


Q15. A body of fundamental principles, according to which a state is constituted is known as

(a) Convention
(b) Constitution
(c) Law
(d) Tradition

(b) Constitution


II. Fill in the blanks

Q16. …………….. was the Chairman of Constituent Assembly of India.

Dr. Rajendra Preshad


Q17. …………. was the Chairman of drafting committee of the Constitutent Assembly.

Dr. BR. Ambedkar


Q18. Total number of drafting committee was …………

7


Q19. Indian Constitution was completed on …………….

26 November 1949.


Q20. Fundamental duties are added in the ………….. of the constitution by ………….. amendment.

IV th A part, 42nd


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