Fundamental Rights

1. Which part of the Indian Constitution is called the Magna Carta of the Indian Constitution?

Part I
Part II
Part III
Part IV

2. Right to Property was removed as a fundamental Right by which Constitutional Amendment?

44th Amendment Act, 1978
31st Amendment Act, 1972
45th Amendment Act, 1980
42nd Amendment Act, 1976

3. Which of the following statement(s) are not right about Fundamental Rights?

  1. The Fundamental Rights are available to everyone living in India.
  2. The Fundamental Rights are absolute, but not qualified.
  3. They are defended and guaranteed by the Supreme Court.
  4. Their scope is limited by Article 31A, 31B, and 31C
A,B
C,D
A,C,D
B,D

4. According to Article 12, which of the following constitutes a state?

  1. Government and Parliament of India
  2. Government and Legislature of states
  3. All local authorities
  4. All other authorities including statutory and non-statutory authorities
A,B,C
All of the above
A,B
A,C

5. Keshvananda Bahrti case is famous for a landmark judgment. Which constitutional article does it contest?

Article 12
Article 13
Article 14
Article 15

6. The Supreme Court had held that 'where X comes in, Article 14 goes out'. Which among the following is the most appropriate replacement to 'X'?

Article 31-C
Article 43-A
Article 124-B
Article 39-A

7. Right to Privacy is protected as an intrinsic right under the part of Right to Life and Personal Liberty. Which of the following in the constitution of India correctly and appropriately imply the above statement.

(UPSC,2019)

Article 14 and the provisions under the 42nd Amendment to the Constitution
Article 17 and the Directive Principle of the State Policy
Article 21 and freedoms guaranteed in Part III
Article 24 and the provisions under the 44th Amendment to the COnstitution

8. Which of the following cases extended the scope of Article 16?

Berubari case
Menaka Gandhi Case
Keshvananda Bharti case
Mandal Case

9. Why was the Ram Nandan Committee constituted?

To look into the cases of backlog vacancies.
To look into the exceptions of Right to Equality under Article 14.
To identify the creamy layer among the OBCs
To look into the larger interpretation of Article 21

10. Balaji Raghavan vs Union of India Case is related to what?

Abolishment of Titles
Abolition of Untouchability
Article 15
Freedom of Association

11. Which of the following not true regarding Fundamental Right?

  1. Martial Laws have no bearing on Fundamental Rights
  2. National Emergency may suspend certain Fundamental Rights
  3. The most elaborate Fundamental Rights are provided by the constitution of the USA.
  4. Article 32 safeguards all the Fundamental Rights.
1,2,3
1,3
Only 1
1 , 4

12. Which of the following writ means 'We Command'

Prohibition
Certiorari
Mandamus
Quo Warranto

13. Under which article did the supreme Court gave 'Ramkrrishna Mission' the tag of a religious denomination within the hindus?

Article 26
Article 16
Article 25
Article 27

14. The Menaka Gandhi case decision over ruled which of the following case?

Keshvananda Bahrti case
Golaknath Case
Gopalan case
Indira Sawhaney case

15. Which Fundamental Right is safeguarded by the Protection of Civil Rights Act of 1955?

Article 17
Article 18
Article 19
Article 20