RRB Group D Exam 2022 Polity Practice Set 28: Before Group D Exam, study these previous year questions

RRB Group D Exam 2022 Polity Practice Set 28 : by railway RRB Group D The date of examination has been announced for RRB Group D exam will start from next month i.e. 23rd February 2022. Therefore, now all the competitive students who are preparing for Railway Group D, now they should intensify their preparation even more.

In such a situation, through this article, we have brought a collection of some important questions of the Indian Constitution asked by the Railways in the previous examinations. Therefore, before going to the competitive examination, students should see these questions thoroughly and understand it.

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RRB Group D Exam 2022 Polity Practice Set 28

RRB Group D Exam 2022 Polity Practice Set 28

Question. How does the Constitution of India describe India?

  • state board
  • union of states
  • Federation
  • none of the above

Answer: 2

Question. Where was the concept of Public Interest Litigation originated?

  • United Kingdom
  • Australia
  • USA
  • Canada

Answer : 3

Question. Who among the following has had the greatest impact on the Indian Constitution?

  • U.S. Constitution
  • British Constitution
  • UN charter

Answer 1

Question. Where did the concept of the structure of the constitution first emerge?

  • France
  • Switzerland
  • Britain
  • Japan

Answer : 3

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Question. Which country first gave a written constitution to the world?

  • America
  • Australia
  • Russia
  • Britain

Answer 1

Question. Indian citizenship can be obtained through which of the following?

  • by birth
  • by indigenization
  • by inheritance
  • from all

Answer: 4

Question. fill in the blank

A good citizen is one who……

  • Be socially and politically aware.
  • Be aware of your social responsibilities.
  • be highly educated.
  • Is a constitutional expert.

Answer 1

Question. Constitution of India-

  • Provides single citizenship.
  • Provides dual citizenship.
  • There is no provision related to citizenship
  • Provides plural citizenship.

Answer 1

Question. What is the minimum period required for a person to stay in India before applying for Indian citizenship?

  • 3 years
  • 5 year
  • 7 years
  • 10 years

Answer: 2

Question. Who makes the rules for obtaining citizenship in India?

  • President
  • chief election commissioner
  • Governor
  • Prime minister

Answer 1

Question. Who decides the election of the President?

  • Supreme Court
  • Parliament
  • Council of Ministers
  • Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha

Answer 1

Question. What is the minimum prescribed age for the election of the President of India?

  • 21 years
  • 40 years
  • 35 years
  • 30 years

Answer : 3

Question. The first President of independent India was

  • Dr. Rajendra Prasad
  • MK. Gandhi
  • Dr. S. radhakrishnan
  • Pandit jawaharlal nehru

Answer 1

Question. Indian President K. R. In what order was Narayanan

  • 9th
  • 10th
  • 11th
  • 12th

Answer : 3

Question. Who was the second President of India?

  • VV Mountain
  • Zakir hussain
  • Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed
  • s. radhakrishnan

Answer: 4

Question. Who was the 12th Prime Minister of India?

  • PV Narasimha Rao
  • Inder Kumar Gujral
  • Atal Bihari Vajpayee
  • HD Deve Gowda

Answer: 2

Question. According to Article 79, the Parliament is an integral part of

  • President
  • Rajya Sabha
  • Lok Sabha
  • all three of the above

Answer: 4

Question. Parliament is formed

  • from both houses of parliament
  • both houses of parliament, elected and nominated members
  • from both the Houses of Parliament and the Speaker of the House
  • none of these

Answer: 4

Question. The period between two sessions of Parliament should not exceed how many months?

  • 9 months
  • 3 months
  • 1 Month
  • 6 months

Answer: 4

Question. The minimum number of times the session of Lok Sabha is called in a year?

  • twice
  • four times
  • six times
  • three times

Answer 1

Question. Who administers the oath to the judges of the Supreme Court?

  • President
  • chief Judge
  • attorney general
  • Vice President

Answer: 2

Question. How are the judges of the Supreme Court elected?

  • By Lok Sabha
  • By the President on the advice of the Lok Sabha
  • By the President on the advice of the Prime Minister
  • by the President on the advice of the Chief Justice

Answer: 4

Question. The Supreme Court has the fundamental right to deliver justice on which of these disputes/decisions?

  • explanatory to the constitution
  • legality of law
  • between the Government of India and one or more states
  • none of these

Answer : 3

Question. Who is the Chief Justice of India?

  • Justice B.N. kirpal
  • Justice V. N. True
  • Justice S.N. phukan
  • none of these

Answer: 2

Question. For how long can a judge of the Supreme Court of India hold office?

  • 65 years
  • 62 years
  • 60 years
  • 58 years

Answer : ??

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