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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 8 presents the most important questions related Polity section.

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1. In which of the following years, the Constituent Assembly drafted the Constitution for independent India?
    A. 1934 B. 1938 C. 1946 D. 1949

Answer: Option D
2. Which one of the following is not correct in reference to the interpretation of the fundamental rights under the constitution of India?
    A. It guarantees the rights of individuals against the State B. It guarantees the rights of individuals against other individuals C. It protects citizens against the absolute exercise of power by the State D. It protects all human being against the absolute exercise of power by the State

Answer: Option D
3. Which among of the following rights is/are available under Article 25 to Article 28 of the Indian Constitution?
    A. Cultural and Educational Rights B. Right to Constitutional remedies C. Right to Freedom of Religion D. Right to Equality

Answer: Option C
4. Which one of the following Articles of the Constitution grants the right to religious communities to set up their own schools and colleges?
    A. Article 25 B. Article 26 C. Article 28 D. Article 30

Answer: Option D
5. What is the total strength of members in Rajya Sabha (i.e. Upper House of the parliament)?
    A. 245* B. 233 C. 250 D. 445

Answer: Option A
6. The Supreme Court of India starts functioning in its present building (located on Mathura Road in New Delhi) in 1958. Where was it functioning prior to this?
    A. The Chamber of Princes in the Parliament House B. The President House C. The South Block, New Delhi D. At the same place, but the building was old

Answer: Option A
7. As per the standard set by the Urban Water Commission, which one of the following statements is correct as a matter of fact ?
    A. The supply of water per person in an urban area (in India) should be about 135 liters per day (about seven buckets) B. The people living in luxury hotels may consume as much as 1,600 liters (80 buckets) of water per day C. The people living in slums allowed to consume less than 20 liters a day per person (one bucket) D. - A, B, & C

Answer: Option A
8. Ship-breaking and dismantling is a hazardous industry that is growing rapidly in South Asia including India; which place in India is in news of this industry?
    A. Alang B. Calcutta C. Cuttack D. Murmagoa

Answer: Option C
9. Which one of the following statements is not true in the context of the Feministic movement?
    A. A person who believes in equal rights and opportunities for women and men B. A person who believes in equal rights and opportunities for women and men C. A person who works for empowerment and freedom of women against the patriarchal system of society D. A person who believes that the major jobs of women in the family are 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. Who among the following has explained the citizenship as notions of equality and rights?
    A. T. H. Marshall B. John Stuart Mill C. John Rawl D. Immanuel Kant

Answer: Option A
12. Who among the following social theorists argued that the people who use force to achieve their goals constituted the governing elites and are the Lions of the societies?
    A. Friedrich Nietzsche B. T. H. Marshall C. Vilfredo Pareto D. John Stuart Mill

Answer: Option C
13. Who was the chairman of the drafting committee of the Constitution of India?
    A. Motilal Nehru B. Dr. S. Radhakrishanan C. Dr Rajendra Prasad D. Bhimrao Ambedkar

Answer: Option D
14. How many seats are reserved for Schedule Tribe category people in Lok Sabha election?
    A. 47 B. 15 C. 45 D. 33

Answer: Option A
15. Who is the head of the state in India?
    A. UK B. Australia C. USA D. France

Answer: Option C

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