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Tuesday, 18 December 2018

Constitution of India- Questions and Answers 49

1206. In India, the child labour is prohibited through Article of the Constitution? 
Article 24

1207. Which Article of the Constitu­tion guarantees that no person can be compelled to pay taxes for the promotion of any particular religion or religious institution?
Article 27 

1208. What is the number of writs that can be issued under Arti­cle 32 of the Constitution?
Five 

1209. How many methods are there for the amendment of the Constitution?
Three 

1210. By which amendment, the power to amend the Constitu­tion was specifically conferred
upon the Parliament? 
24th Amendment

1211. Which Article of the Constitu­tion deals with Budget?
Article 112 

1212. Which Union Territory have representation in Rajya Sabha? 
Puducherry

1213. The gap between two sessions of the Parliament must not exceed? 
Six Months 

1214. Who expressed the idea of the Constitution of India for the first time? 
M.N.Roy 

1215. The Cabinet Mission arrived in India in the year? 
23rd March 1946

1216. The Constituent Assembly was formed according to the directions of the Cabinet Mission plan on?
6th December 1946 

1217. The first meeting of the Constituent Assembly was held on
9th December 1946 


1218. Which Article of the Consti­tution provides that, the State must strive for the promotion 
of international peace and security?
Article 51

1219. Under which Article of the Constitution, the Parliament has been empowered to make laws giving effect to Interna­tional Treaties?
Article 253

1220. Which Article of the Con­stitution prohibits human trafficking and forced labour?
Article 23 

1221.The temporary Chairman of the Constituent Assembly 
Dr Sachidananda Sinha 

1222. Permanent President of the Constituent Assembly 
Dr Rajendraprasad

1223. The first person who addressed the Constituent Assembly was?
Acharya J.B. Kripalani 

1224. The Vice president of the Constituent Assembly was.........?
Harendra Coomar Mookerjee 

1225. Constitutional Advisor to the Constituent Assembly was..? 
B.N. Rao 

1226. Drafting Committee was appointed on
29th August 1947 

1227. Father of Indian Constitution
Dr B.R. Ambedkar 

1228. The Chairman of the Drafting Committee? 
Dr B.R. Ambedkar 

1229. The Malayali who represented United Provinces (UP) in the Constituent Assembly was
Dr John Mathai 

1230. The Constituent Assembly adopted our National Flag on.....?
July 22, 194 7 

1231. Which writ is known as the Bulwark of personal freedom?
Habeas Corpus 

1232. The only date that mentioned in the Preamble:
26th November 1949

1233. What is the total number of Fundamental Duties envisaged in the Constitution? 
11 

1234. The President of India is empowered with the powers to grant pardons under which Article of the Constitution?
Article 72 

1235. The literal meaning of which writ is 'to have the body'?
Habeas corpus
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