Here is the set of 10 questions which were asked in the Exam of Bihar police Constable Exam
1. Constitution of India came into
(1) 1951 (2) 1956
(3) 1950 (4) 1949
2. The state possesses
(1) only external sovereignty
(2) only internal sovereignty
(3) both internal and external
(4) neither external nor internal
3. The Government of India Act,
1935 was based on :
(1) Simon Commission
(2) Lord Curzon Commission
(3) Dimitrov Thesis
(4) Lord Clive’s report
4. Who described the Government
of India Act, 1935 as a new charter of bondage ?
(1) Mahatma Gandhi
(2) Rajendra Prasad
(3) Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru
(4) B.R. Ambedkar
5. Who is custodian of the Indian
(1) President of India ?
(2) Chief Justice of India
(3) Prime Minister of India
(4) Chairman of Rajya Sabha
6. Which of the following is an essential element of the state?
(1) Sovereignty (2) Government
(3) Territory (4) All these
7. Which is the most important system in Democracy ?
(1) Social (2) Political
(3) Economic (4) Governmental
8. Where do we find the ideals of
Indian democracy in the Constitution ?
(1) The Preamble (2) Part III
(3) Part IV (4) Part I
9. The state operates through :
(1) Political Party
(2) Party President
10. When was the first Central Legislative Assembly constituted ?
(1) 1922 (2) 1923
(3) 1921 (4) 1920
Ans: 1. (3) 2. (3) 3. (1) 4. (3)
5. (2) 6. (4) 7. (2) 8. (1)
9. (3) 10. (4)
1. (3) The Constitution of India was adopted by Constituent Assembly on November 26,1949 and came into
force on January 26,1950.
2. (3) At its core, sovereignty is typically taken to mean
the possession of absolute authority within a bounded territorial space. There is essentially an internal
and external dimension of sovereignty. Internally, a
sovereign government is a fixed authority with a settled population that possesses a monopoly on the use
of force. It is the supreme authority within its territory. Externally, sovereignty is the entry ticket into the
society of states.
3. (1) The provincial part of the Government of India
Act, 1935 basically followed the recommendations
of the Simon Commission. Simon Commission had
proposed almost fully responsible government in the
provinces. Under the 1935 Act, provincial dyarchy
was abolished; i.e. all provincial portfolios were to
be placed in charge of ministers enjoying the support of the provincial legislatures.
4. (3) At the Faizpur Session of the Congress in December 1936, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, in his Presidential Address, referred to the Government of India Act
1935 as “The new Charter of Bondage” which was
being imposed upon them despite complete rejection.
He said that the Congress was going to the Legislatures to combat the Act and seek to end it.
5. (2) The Constitution has made the Supreme Court as
the custodian and protector of the Constitution. The
Supreme Court decides disputes between the Centre
and the Units as well as protects the Fundamental
Rights of the citizens of India.
6. (4) The state has four essential elements: population,
territory, government and sovereignty. Absence of any
of these elements denies to it the status of statehood.
7. (2) Democracy is a form of government in which all
eligible citizens have an equal say in the decisions
that affect their lives. Democracy allows eligible
citizens to participate equally in creation of laws and
enables the free and equal practice of political selfdetermination. So the political aspect can be
considered to the most important.
8. (1) The Preamble to the Constitution of India is
‘Declaration of Independence’ statement & a brief
introductory that sets out the guiding principles &
purpose of the document as well as Indian democracy.
It describes the state as a “sovereign democratic
republic”. The first part of the preamble “We, the
people of India” and, its last part “give to ourselves
this Constitution” clearly indicate the democratic spirit.
9. (3) A government is the system by which a state or
community is governed. It is the means by which
state policy is enforced, as well as the mechanism for
determining the policy of the state. A form of Government refers to the set of political systems and institutions that make up the organisation of a specific government.
10. (4) The Central Legislative Assembly was a legislature
for India created by the Government of India Act 1919
from the former Imperial Legislative Council, implementing the Montagu-Chelmsford Reforms. It was
formed in 1920.