Polity

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Right to education is derived from.........
Freedom of speech & expression under Article 19
no
Right to equality under Article 14
no
Right to life and personal liberty under Article 21
yes
Right to culture and education under Article 29 and 30
no
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Under our Constitution, right to property is....
Basic structure of the Constitution
no
Fundamental right
no
Constitutional right
yes
A mere legal right
no
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The tenure of the Council of Ministers is..........
Uncertain
no
Co-Terminus with the Lok Sabha
yes
Five years
no
Fixed and co-terminus with the President
no
Six years
no
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Parliament cannot amend......
Powers of the Supreme Court
no
Basic structure of the Constitution
yes
Fundamental Rights
no
None of the above
no
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Article 1 of India Constitution defines India as..........
Unitary State
no
Quasi-Federal State
no
Union of State
yes
Federal State
no
Presidential System
no
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93rd Constitutional Amendment has......
Deleted right to property from the constitution
no
Established Panchayat Institutions
no
Made education a fundamental right
yes
Made India a secular republic
no
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Which innovative discussion process is introduced by the Indian Parliament to the World Parliamentary systems?
Resolutions
no
Zero hour
yes
Question hour
no
Presidential speech
no
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The Chairman of the Planning Commission is.......... 
The Speaker of the Lok Sabha
no
The Chairman of the Lok Sabha
no
The Prime Minister
yes
The President
no
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The Election Commission is....
A legislative body
no
An executive body
no
A Constitution body
yes
A non-formal body
no
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The power to amend the Constitution of India vests in......
The Chief Justice of India
no
The Prime Minister of India
no
The President of India
no
The Parliament
yes
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