Rights and Duties in the Indian Constitution

This set of MCQs helps students to learn about various important things such as, what are the various Fundamental Rights listed in the Constitution of India, how these rights are protected, what role the judiciary has played in protecting and interpreting these rights, what is the difference between the Fundamental Rights and the Directive Principles of State Policy.

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Directive Principles are:

Justiciable Not Justiciable Both of them None of the above

Which of the following is not a Fundamental Right?

Right to Equality Right to Property Right to Freedom Right Against Exploitation

The Government of India introduced Bharat Ratna and Padam Shri awards under:

Article 14 of the constitution Article 18 of the constitution Article 25 of the constitution Article 50 of the constitution

The government can put restrictions on fundamental rights but they should be

Reasonable Illegal Arbitrary Compulsory

The Indian constitution grants to its citizens:

Four fundamental rights Five fundamental rights Six fundamental rights Seven fundamental rights

In which part of the Constitution fundamental Rights are described?

Part V Part III Part IV Part X

In which Part Directive Principles of State Policy are described?

Part V Part IV Part III Part IX

The part of the Indian Constitution that proclaims India to be a Welfare State is:

Part III Part IV Part VI Part IX

It is a fundamental duty of every citizen to protect and improve _______

Women and children Village Panchayat Natural environment National anthem

The Fundamental Rights article that is enforceable during the period of emergency is:

Article 14 Article 20 Article 23 Article 29

By which amendment, Fundamental Duties were included in the Constitution?

44th Amendment 43rd Amendment 42nd Amendment 45th Amendment

Article 18 of the constitution deals with,

Right against exploitation

Right to practice own religion

Equality before law

Abolition of titles

The constitution of a country provides the basis for,

Punishment of criminals

Diplomatic relations with other countries

Relationship between citizens

Governance of the country

Human rights, traditionally are divided into :

Political and economic rights

Political and social rights on one hand and cultural rights on the other

Civil and political rights

Civil and political rights on one hand and the right to development on the other

Natural Rights are those which are given to us by:



God or nature


Quiz/Test Summary
Title: Rights and Duties in the Indian Constitution
Questions: 15
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