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Polity is a very important subject for Railway Recruitment exams and UPSC Exams. SSC CPO Prelims exam is a combination of sections like General Awareness, Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude, and English. Polity is one of the most important topics in the General Awareness section. SSC CPO Polity Quiz 18 presents the most important questions related Polity section. Candidates can check the daily updates on SSC Official Website.

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1. The Indian National Congress made demand for the first time for a Constituent Assembly in
    A. 1934 B. 1938 C. 1946 D. 1949

Answer: Option A
2. Which one of the following statements is incorrect in reference to the Right to Equality?
    A. Only citizens of India are equal before the law. B. No citizen can be discriminated against on the basis of their religion, caste or sex. C. Every person has access to all public places including playgrounds, hotels, shops etc. D. The State has removed the custom of keeping the title.

Answer: Option A
3. The Government schools don't celebrate any religious festivals in the school premises because
    A. It is prohibited by Government B. Most religious festivals are public holidays C. India is a secular state D. All a, b, & c

Answer: Option C
4. The number of members, appointed by the President in Rajya Sabha of the parliament, is
    A. 2 B. 12 C. 15 D. 18

Answer: Option B
5. What is the present strength of Judges in the Supreme court of India?
    A. 27 + 1 B. 25 + 1 C. 26 + 1 D. 30 + 1

Answer: Option A
6. Which one of the following Articles of the Constitution authorizes Dalit (the lower class/caste) a right of entering temples or using public facilities etc.?
    A. Article 15 B. Article 26 C. Article 17 D. Article 29

Answer: Option C
7. As per the standard set by the Urban Water Commission, what is the requirement of water per person in an urban area in India?
    A. About 135 liters per day (about seven buckets) B. About 20 liters a day per person (one bucket) C. About 1,600 liters (80 buckets) of water per day D. About 230 liters of water per day

Answer: Option A
8. Right to health, Right to shelter etc. are the issues that were originally not mentioned in the Constitution of India that members of the Constituent Assembly had presented in 1949. But the Apex court in India has recently ruled that these rights come under the extended meaning of the �Right to life� and incorporated under
    A. Article 19 B. Article 21 C. Article 22 D. Article 16

Answer: Option B
9. The cause of gender inequality is the patriarchal system of our society; which one of the following statements correctly explains the term patriarchal?
    A. A system that believes in equal rights for men and women B. A system where equal rights and opportunities have been given to men and women C. A system that works for the empowerment and freedom of women D. A system in which men have all power and women are believed to be created to do housework and nurture the children

Answer: Option D
10. Which one of the following statements does not correctly describe the features of a pressure group?
    A. The pressure groups promote interest of one section of the society B. The pressure groups exercise power without much responsibility C. They do not face elections and are not accountable to the people D. Pressure groups neither have mass support nor lots of money to carry our scheme of pressurizing upon the government to make policy in favor of their demand hence they have a little importance

Answer: Option D
11. Which one of the following political concepts was debated by the political thinker Rousseau as a fundamental right of mankind?
    A. Equality B. Freedom C. Justice D. Democracy

Answer: Option B
12. Which one of the following statements does not confirm the concept of citizenship as given by T. H. Marshall?
    A. Citizenship is a status bestowed to the full members of a community B. The idea of citizenship is based on equality C. It tends to improves the quality of the given rights and duties D. It demands for a universal identity such as global citizenship instead of the national citizenship

Answer: Option D
13. Which among the following countries has first implemented the idea of universal adult franchise to its citizen?
    A. New Zealand B. Britain C. US D. Japan

Answer: Option A
14. The Constituent Assembly, which had drafted the Constitution has
    A. 299 members B. 545 members C. 245 members D. 199 members

Answer: Option A
15. On what basis the area of a state is divided into number of the constituencies for an election?
    A. Ratio of population to number of seats B. Ratio of area to number of seats C. Fixed by the constitution of India D. Fixed by the election commission of India

Answer: Option A

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