Quiz Contest - 6 (Constitution Of India)

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  • 1. 

    SIX CATEGORIES OF FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS ARE :-1.RIGHT TO EQUALITY 2 RIGHT TO FREEDOM3.RIGHT TO .. ............................ 4.RIGHT TO ............................5.CULTURAL AND EDUCATIONAL RIGHTS6. RIGHT TO ..........................

    • A.

      AGAINST EXPLOITATION, FREEDOM OF RELIGION, RIGHT TO SPEAK

    • B.

      AGAINST EXPLOITATION, FREEDOM OF CASTE, CONSTITUTIONAL REMEDIES

    • C.

      CONSTITUTIONAL REMEDIES, FREEDOM OF CASTE, RIGHT TO EARN

    • D.

      AGAINST EXPLOITATION, FREEDOM OF RELIGION, RIGHT TO INFORM

    • E.

      AGAINST EXPLOITATION, FREEDOM OF RELIGION, CONSTITUTIONAL REMEDIES

    Correct Answer
    E. AGAINST EXPLOITATION, FREEDOM OF RELIGION, CONSTITUTIONAL REMEDIES
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "AGAINST EXPLOITATION, FREEDOM OF RELIGION, CONSTITUTIONAL REMEDIES". These three categories of fundamental rights are specifically mentioned in the Indian Constitution. The right against exploitation ensures that no person is forced into labor or subjected to human trafficking. The freedom of religion guarantees individuals the right to practice and propagate any religion of their choice. Constitutional remedies provide citizens with the means to seek legal redress if their fundamental rights are violated.

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  • 2. 

    UNDER THE 'ARTICLE 12 ', THE TERM 'STATE' INCLUDES -

    • A.

      THE GOVERNMENT AND PARLIAMENT OF INDIA

    • B.

      THE GOVERNMENT AND LEGISLATURE OF EACH OF THE STATE

    • C.

      ALL LOCAL OR OTHER AUTHORITIES :-A) WITH IN THE TERRITORY OF INDIA B) UNDER THE CONTROL OF THE GOVERNMENT OF INDIA

    • D.

      ALL OF THESE

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. THE GOVERNMENT AND PARLIAMENT OF INDIA
    D. ALL OF THESE
    Explanation
    The term 'state' under Article 12 includes the government and parliament of India, the government and legislature of each state, and all local or other authorities within the territory of India under the control of the government of India. This means that all these entities are considered as part of the state and are subject to the provisions of Article 12.

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  • 3. 

    IS BCCI IS STATE OR NOT?

    • A.

      YES

    • B.

      NO

    • C.

      BOTH

    Correct Answer
    B. NO
    Explanation
    BCCI IS NOT STATE BECAUSE IT IS NOT SHOWN TO BE FINANCIALLY, FUNCTIONALLY OR ADMINISTRATIVELY DOMINATED BY OR UNDER THE CONTROL OF THE GOVERNMENT AND CONTROL EXERCISED BY THE GOVERNMENT WAS NOT PERVASIVE BUT MERELY REGULATORY IN NATURE.

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  • 4. 

    ARTICLE 12 SPEAKS ABOUT 'STATE'.WHAT IS ARTICLE 13 ABOUT?

    • A.

      RIGHT TO EQUALITY

    • B.

      RIGHT TO INFORM

    • C.

      ABOUT DIFFERENT FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS

    • D.

      RULES OF INTERPRETATION IN REGARD TO LAWS INCONSISTENT WITH FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS.

    • E.

      NONE OF THESE

    Correct Answer
    D. RULES OF INTERPRETATION IN REGARD TO LAWS INCONSISTENT WITH FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS.
    Explanation
    Article 13 of the constitution is about the rules of interpretation in regard to laws inconsistent with fundamental rights. This means that it provides guidelines on how to interpret laws that may conflict with the fundamental rights guaranteed by the constitution. It ensures that these laws are interpreted in a way that upholds and protects the fundamental rights of individuals.

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  • 5. 

    ARTICLE 13 DIVIDES THE LAWS IN TWO FORM:-1. EXISTING LAWS (ARTICLE 13(1) )2. FUTURE LAWS ( ARTICLE 13 (2) )

    • A.

      YES

    • B.

      NO

    Correct Answer
    A. YES
    Explanation
    The given answer "YES" is correct because Article 13 of a particular law divides the laws into two forms: existing laws and future laws. Article 13(1) pertains to existing laws, while Article 13(2) pertains to future laws. This division helps in organizing and categorizing the laws based on their time of implementation.

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  • 6. 

    A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT IS VOID TO THE EXTENT IT TAKES AWAY OR ABRIDGES ANY OF THE FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS.

    • A.

      YES

    • B.

      NO

    • C.

      TO AN EXTENT IT CAN ABRIDGE THE FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS

    Correct Answer
    B. NO
    Explanation
    The given statement states that a constitutional amendment is void if it takes away or abridges any of the fundamental rights. The correct answer "NO" suggests that a constitutional amendment is not void to the extent it takes away or abridges any of the fundamental rights. This means that a constitutional amendment can still be valid and enforceable even if it limits or restricts certain fundamental rights.

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  • 7. 

    WHAT IS THE DOCTRINE OF 'SEVERABILITY'?

    • A.

      EXISTING LAWS ARE REMOVED IF ARE AGAINST FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS.

    • B.

      EXISTING LAWS ARE ENTIRELY NOT APPLICABLE IF THEY (OR THEIR PART) HARM FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS

    • C.

      IF AFTER SEPARATING THE INVALID PART OF LAWS THE VALID PART OF THE LAW IS CAPABLE TO GIVE ANY EFFECT ,ONLY THEN THE PART OF LAW WILL BE APPLICABLE , OTHERWISE THE ENTIRE LAW WILL BE DECLARED VOID.

    • D.

      IF INVALID LAW IS NOT SEVERABLE ONLY THEN THE ENTIRE LAW WILL BE APPLICABLE

    Correct Answer
    C. IF AFTER SEPARATING THE INVALID PART OF LAWS THE VALID PART OF THE LAW IS CAPABLE TO GIVE ANY EFFECT ,ONLY THEN THE PART OF LAW WILL BE APPLICABLE , OTHERWISE THE ENTIRE LAW WILL BE DECLARED VOID.
    Explanation
    The doctrine of 'severability' states that if a law contains both valid and invalid parts, the invalid part can be separated from the valid part. If the valid part of the law can still be effective and enforceable after removing the invalid part, then only the valid part will be applicable. However, if the valid part cannot stand on its own without the invalid part, the entire law will be declared void. This principle ensures that only the necessary and constitutional parts of a law are upheld, while any unconstitutional or invalid provisions are struck down.

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  • 8. 

    DOCTRINE OF 'ECLIPSE' -WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS OR ARE TRUE?

    • A.

      THE EXISTING LAW BECOME IN OPERATIVE WILL BE DEAD FOR WHOLE LIFE

    • B.

      THE EXISTING LAW BECOME IN OPERATIVE WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED DEAD, IN FACT, THE DAY WHEN ANY AMENDMENT MAKE THE LAW HARMLESS TO FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS , THE SAME LAW WILL BE ACTIVE AGAIN.

    • C.

      REMOVES SHADOW FROM THE LAW AND MAKE IT EFFECTIVE AGAIN AFTER A FIX PERIOD OF TIME.

    • D.

      THE LAW BECOME IN APPLICABLE WHEN IT START PROVIDING HARM TO RIGHTS, IT COMES UNDER THE SHADOW.

    Correct Answer
    B. THE EXISTING LAW BECOME IN OPERATIVE WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED DEAD, IN FACT, THE DAY WHEN ANY AMENDMENT MAKE THE LAW HARMLESS TO FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS , THE SAME LAW WILL BE ACTIVE AGAIN.
    Explanation
    The correct answer states that when an existing law becomes inoperative, it is not considered dead. Instead, if any amendment is made to the law to make it harmless to fundamental rights, the same law will become active again. This means that the law can be revived and enforced if it is amended to comply with constitutional principles and protect fundamental rights.

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  • 9. 

    DOCTRINE OF WAIVER ,  SPEAKS -

    • A.

      A PERSON HAS LIBERTY TO WAIVE ENJOYMENT OF FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS CONFERRED ON HIM BY THE STATE.

    • B.

      STATE CAN WAIVE RIGHTS SOME TIME AGAINST LAW.

    • C.

      NONE OF THESE

    Correct Answer
    A. A PERSON HAS LIBERTY TO WAIVE ENJOYMENT OF FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS CONFERRED ON HIM BY THE STATE.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is that a person has the liberty to waive the enjoyment of fundamental rights conferred on him by the state. This means that individuals have the freedom to choose not to exercise their fundamental rights, even though they have been granted by the state. The state can also waive these rights in certain circumstances, although it is important to note that this may go against the law.

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