Constitution Of India-Legal Aptitude

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CONSTITUTION OF INDIA-LEGAL APTITUDE

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The Directive Principles are not enforceable by the courts. What is the primary duty of the courts in relation to Directive Principles and Fundamental Rights?

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Which article in the Constitution is associated with the protection and improvement of the environment, as well as the safeguarding of forests and wildlife?

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Under Directive Principles, which directive focuses on ensuring equal pay for equal work for both men and women?

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What is the purpose of the Directive Principles of State Policy in the Indian Constitution?

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 Which article of the Indian Constitution lays out the directive principles of state policy?

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 According to Article 37 of the Indian Constitution, what is the status of the Directive Principles of State Policy?

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Under the Indian Constitution, what term is used for principles that guide the government's policies and decisions, but are not enforceable by any court?

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Which landmark case affirmed that the denial of a passport amounts to an unauthorized deprivation of personal liberty guaranteed by Article 21?

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What does "procedure established by law" in Article 21 mean?

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 Which article of the Indian Constitution confers the fundamental right to life and personal liberty?

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What is the primary purpose of Article 18 of the Indian Constitution?

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Under what circumstances can the State make a law requiring residence within a State or Union Territory as an essential qualification for employment or appointment to certain positions?

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Article 16(2) of the Indian Constitution prohibits discrimination against a citizen on several grounds. Which of the following is NOT one of the prohibited grounds?

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 What is the term "economically weaker sections" defined by, for the purpose of Articles 15 and 16, and based on what criteria?

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Which amendment to the Indian Constitution inserted Article 15(5), allowing the State to make special provisions for socially and educationally backward classes of citizens, Scheduled Castes, and Scheduled Tribes in admission to educational institutions?

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What does Article 15(1) of the Indian Constitution prohibit discrimination against citizens on grounds of?

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Which article of the Indian Constitution deals with the right to equality before the law and the equal protection of the laws?

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Article 13 of the Indian Constitution lays down rules for interpretation in regard to laws inconsistent with or in derogation of fundamental rights. Which types of laws does Article 13(1) pertain to?

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 According to the test established by the Supreme Court in Ajay Hasia v. Khalid Mujib, which of the following factors can indicate that an entity is an instrumentality or agency of the State?

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Under Article 12 of the Indian Constitution, which entities are considered as "the State" in the context of fundamental rights?

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Who is entitled to the fundamental rights guaranteed by Articles 15, 16, 19, and 30 of the Indian Constitution?

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Which fundamental right was removed as a fundamental right and is now only a legal right after the 44th Constitutional Amendment Act, 1978?

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What is the significance of the term "Socialist" added to the Indian Constitution by the 42nd Amendment?

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Which part of the Indian Constitution guarantees fundamental rights?

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What does the Preamble of the Indian Constitution declare India to be?