25 MCQ on Social Ideals of Indian Constitution

25 MCQ on  Social Ideals of Indian Constitution

1. Which of the following is a fundamental ideal of the Indian Constitution? a) Justice b) Charity c) Prosperity d) Ambition Answer: a) Justice

2. The Preamble of the Indian Constitution seeks to secure: a) Justice, liberty, equality, and fraternity to all citizens b) Economic prosperity for all citizens c) Socialism and communism d) Political power for a select group of citizens Answer: a) Justice, liberty, equality, and fraternity to all citizens

3. Which principle of the Indian Constitution emphasizes that laws and actions of the government should be fair and impartial? a) Rule of Law b) Rule of Majority c) Rule of Rulers d) Rule of Justice Answer: a) Rule of Law

4. The Indian Constitution promotes a society based on: a) Equality and social justice b) Caste hierarchy c) Wealth and power concentration d) Dynastic rule Answer: a) Equality and social justice

5. The term "secularism" in the Indian Constitution implies: a) Equal treatment of all religions by the state b) Promotion of a particular religion by the state c) Non-existence of religion in society d) Disregard for religious beliefs Answer: a) Equal treatment of all religions by the state

6. "Reservation policy" in India is aimed at: a) Ensuring social justice and uplifting historically disadvantaged groups b) Providing preferential treatment to the wealthy and elite c) Creating a caste-based society d) Eliminating social disparities based on gender Answer: a) Ensuring social justice and uplifting historically disadvantaged groups

7. The Indian Constitution envisages a society based on: a) Fraternity and brotherhood among citizens b) Caste discrimination and hierarchy c) Religious segregation d) Wealth and class division Answer: a) Fraternity and brotherhood among citizens

8. Which Directive Principle of State Policy focuses on providing opportunities for healthy development of children? a) Article 39(f) b) Article 45 c) Article 21 d) Article 32 Answer: b) Article 45

9. "Untouchability" has been abolished and its practice in any form is prohibited by the Indian Constitution under: a) Article 15 b) Article 17 c) Article 22 d) Article 19 Answer: b) Article 17

10. The right to education is a fundamental right for children aged between: a) 6 to 14 years b) 5 to 18 years c) 3 to 12 years d) 7 to 16 years Answer: a) 6 to 14 years

11. "Cultural and educational rights" in the Indian Constitution are primarily aimed at: a) Preserving and promoting cultural heritage and providing educational opportunities for minority communities b) Ensuring cultural superiority of a particular group c) Limiting educational opportunities for the majority d) Restricting cultural expression Answer: a) Preserving and promoting cultural heritage and providing educational opportunities for minority communities

12. The principle of "equality before law" is enshrined in the Indian Constitution under: a) Article 14 b) Article 21 c) Article 19 d) Article 15 Answer: a) Article 14

13. Which Fundamental Right of the Indian Constitution protects individuals from discrimination on grounds of religion, race, caste, sex, or place of birth? a) Right to Equality (Article 15) b) Right to Freedom (Article 19) c) Right to Constitutional Remedies (Article 32) d) Right to Education (Article 21A) Answer: a) Right to Equality (Article 15)

14. The principle of "gender justice" is emphasized in the Indian Constitution through: a) Various provisions including Articles 14, 15, and 42 b) Articles 32 and 44 c) Articles 19 and 21 d) Article 23 Answer: a) Various provisions including Articles 14, 15, and 42

15. The Indian Constitution promotes social harmony and prohibits atrocities against Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes under: a) Article 17 b) Article 15 c) Article 46 d) Article 338 Answer: c) Article 46

16. "Right to work, to education, and to public assistance in certain cases" is a Directive Principle of State Policy found in: a) Article 39(a) b) Article 48 c) Article 47 d) Article 38 Answer: a) Article 39(a)

17. The concept of "welfare state" in the Indian Constitution refers to: a) The state's responsibility to ensure the well-being and social and economic development of its citizens b) The state's role in promoting businesses and industries c) The state's focus on political power and control d) The state's emphasis on military strength Answer: a) The state's responsibility to ensure the well-being and social and economic development of its citizens

18. The Indian Constitution recognizes and promotes languages of minorities through: a) Article 29 b) Article 30 c) Article 32 d) Article 42 Answer: a) Article 29

19. The Constitution of India envisions a society where opportunities for health and work are provided to citizens under: a) Article 42 b) Article 44 c) Article 48A d) Article 49 Answer: a) Article 42

20. "Protective discrimination" in the Indian Constitution refers to: a) Measures to protect the interests of socially and educationally backward classes b) Measures to protect the interests of the majority c) Measures to suppress certain sections of society d) Measures to promote a particular religion Answer: a) Measures to protect the interests of socially and educationally backward classes

21. The concept of "public interest" is emphasized in the Constitution under: a) Article 39(b) b) Article 32 c) Article 48 d) Article 51A Answer: d) Article 51A

22. "Right to constitutional remedies" allows citizens to: a) Move to the court for enforcement of fundamental rights b) Petition the President for policy changes c) Appeal directly to the Prime Minister for grievances d) Seek asylum in another country Answer: a) Move to the court for enforcement of fundamental rights

23. "Promotion of international peace and security" is a Directive Principle of State Policy under: a) Article 51 b) Article 38 c) Article 44 d) Article 46 Answer: a) Article 51

24. The Indian Constitution recognizes the role of cooperatives in promoting economic and social interests under: a) Article 43 b) Article 39(c) c) Article 46 d) Article 48 Answer: a) Article 43

25. The Indian Constitution promotes the establishment of a uniform civil code for all citizens under: a) Article 44 b) Article 39(b) c) Article 48A d) Article 51 Answer: a) Article 44



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