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Political Science

61)The Directive Principles of State Policy are contained in
Part IV of the Constitution Part III of the Constitution
Schedule VII of the COnstitution none of these
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62)The aim of the Directive Principles is to
ensure individual liberty ensure strengthening of the country\'s independence
provide a social and economic base for a genuine democracy in the country none of these
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63)Actually the Directive Principles are
negative injunctions to government to refrain from encroaching on the freedom of the people positive instructions to government to work for the attainment of set of objectives
directives to the state to enhance the international prestige of the country directive to the government to pursue a policy of nonalignment
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64)Which one of the following amendments responsible to establish the precedence to the Directive Principles over Fundamental Rights
24th Amendment 42nd Amendment
39th Amendment 44th Amendment
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65)The concept of welfare of state is elaborated in
Preamble of the Constitution Fundamental Rights
Fundamental Duties Directive Principles of State policy
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66)The court responsible for the enforcement of Fundamental Rights is
the Supreme Court High Courts
District and Session Courts both (a) and (b)
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67)Which one of the following statements is correct?
Fundamental Rights are superior to the Directive Principle The Directive Principle are superior to Fundamental Rights
There is no relationship none of these
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68)Directive Principle of State Policy are
justiciable non justiciable
only some of them are justiciable none of these
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69)Who said that the Directive Principles of State Policy are like a \"cheque on a bank payable at the convenience of the bank\"
Jawaharlal Nehru K. T. Shah
B. R. Ambedkar K. M. Munshi
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70)The Constitution of India vests the executive powers of Union Government in
the President The Prime Minister
the Council of Ministers all of these
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71)The President of India is
the head of the state the head of the government
the head of the state as well as the head of the government none of these
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72)President of India is elected
directly by the people of India elected by the two houses of Parliament at join sitting
elected through an electoral college consisting of elected members of Parliament and state lefgislative assemblies elected by Lok Sabha
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73)The President holds office for a term of five years
from the date he enters his office from the date he is elected
from the date determined by the Parliament from the date determined by the Election Commission
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74)Which President held office for two consecutive terms
Dr. Rajendra Prasad Dr. S Radhakrishnan
Dr. Zakir Hussain both (a) and (b)
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75)The disputes regarding the election of president of President and Vice President are settled
in the Supreme court in the Election Commission
in the Parliament both in the Supreme Court and High Courts
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