Citizenship in India

1. Which articles of the Indian Constitution deals with Citizenship ? 

Articles 1-5
Articles 5-11
Articles 12- 16
Articles 17-23

2. Article 5 deals with? 

Citizenship of certain people who have migrated from Pakistan
Citizenship for people at the commencement of the Constitution
Citizenship of certain people who migrated to Pakistan from India, but later returned to India.
All of the above 

3. Choose the correct option :

People voluntarily acquiring citizenship of a foreign Country will not be citizens of India - Article 10 
The Parliament has the right to enact Laws in any matter related to Citizenship - Article 11
Any person who is considered a citizen of India under any of the provisions of this Part shall continue to be citizens and will also be subject to any law made by the Parliament - Article 9
All the above are correct. 

4. Citizenship Act 1955 prescribes which ways of acquiring Citizenship? 

By Birth
By Registration
By incorporation of Territory 
All the Above.

5. According to Citizenship Act 1955 , by which of the following ways can a person lose Citizenship of India? 

By renunciation 
By deprivation 
By termination. 
All the above 

6. Select the Correct Statements -

I)Originally , the Citizenship Act (1955) also provided for the Commonwealth Citizens. 
II) The provision for  Commonwealth Citizenship was repealed by the Citizenship Amendment Act -2005
Only I is correct 
Only II is correct 
Both I and II are correct
Both I and II are wrong. 

7. In which part of the Constitution details of Citizenship is mentioned? 

Part I
Part II
Part III
Part IV

8. Which article of the Constitution deals with the right of Citizenship to certain people of Indian Origin outside India ?

Article 7
Article 8
Article 9
Article 10.

9. Single Citizenship in India has been taken from which Country? 


10. In which of the following years ,Citizenship Act 1955 has been Amended ?

All of the Above

11. Which one of the following has power to regulate the Citizenship in India ?

The Union Cabinet
The Parliament
The Supreme Court
The Law Commission

12. In which of the following year PIO (Person of Indian Origin) Card  introduced? 


13. Which Constitutional Article lays down qualifications for the Indian citizens for election to Parliament?

Article 81
Article 80
Article 83
Article 84

14. Under Article 326, what was the Constitutional requirement for the Indian citizen not to become eligible as a voter-

Non Resident
Unsoundness of Mind
Crime or Corrupt or Illegal practice
All the above.

15. Which of the statement is incorrect.

The facility of overseas citizenship of India was made available to all the person of Indian origin of any country.
Dual citizens do not have voting rights.
Neither can they be elected to Public Office nor they eligible for defence job.
Dual citizens do not require visa for travel to India