MCQ 24 November 2023

Daily Static MCQs for Judiciary Prelims Exams - (24 November 2023)

Question/ Answer
Question1:- The Right against Exploitation prohibits
  • 1. Traffic in human beings
  • 2. Begging
  • 3. Employment of children below 14 years in factories, mines, etc.
  • 4. All of the above
Answer is 4 is correct. Article 23 and 24 of Constitution of India deals with Right against exploitation. These Articles talks about prohibition of traffic in human being and forced labour as well as prohibition of employment of children in factories, etc. Thus, all the options are correct. Therefore option (4) is the correct answer.
Question2:- After which of the following Supreme Court decisions was the special provision for socially and educationally backward classes, introduced by an amendment of the Constitution of India?
  • 1. D.P. Joshi v. State of Madhya Bharat
  • 2. M.R. Balalji v. State of Mysore
  • 3. State of Madras v. ChampakamDorairajan
  • 4. T. Devadasan v. Union of India.
Answer is 3 is correct. In the landmark judgment of State of Madras vs. Champakam Dorairajan (1951) Supreme Court analysed reservation in favour of backward classes of citizens as there was no provision in the Constitution. This decision led to the first amendment of the Constitution under Article 15 by inserting clause (4). Therefore option (3) is the correct answer.
Question3:- The power of Parliament to make laws for dealing with anti-national activities and anti- national associations was repealed by_____Constitutional Amendment Act.
  • 1. 43rd
  • 2. 77th
  • 3. 97th
  • 4. 105th
Answer is 1 is correct. The Constitution (Forty-third Amendment) Act of 1977 repealed the provision for laws dealing with anti-national activities and anti-national associations.The provision was added by the Constitution (Forty-second Amendment) Act of 1976. Therefore option (1) is the correct answer.
Question4:- Which one of the following is a landmark case relating to disqualification law for convicted Member of Parliament and Member of Assembly?
  • 1. Lily Thomas v Union of India
  • 2. Maneka Gandhi v. Union of India
  • 3. Govind v. State of Madhya Pradesh
  • 4. A.K. Gopalan v. state of Madras
Answer is 1 is correct. In Lily Thomas v. Union of India case Supreme Court ruled that any Member of Parliament (MP), Member of the Legislative Assembly (MLA) or Member of a Legislative Council (MLC) who is convicted of a crime and given a minimum of two years' imprisonment, loses membership of the House with immediate effect. Therefore option (1) is the correct answer.
Question5:-An enforceable law became void under Article 13 of the Constitution when Constitution was adopted. Parliament amends the Fundamental rights, the amendment removes inconsistency of the law with Part III of the constitution. The effect of the amendment would be:
  • 1. Void law automatically becomes Valid
  • 2. Void law is void ab initio.
  • 3. Void law will become valid only after its re-enactment by Parliament
  • 4. None of the above
Answer is 4 is correct. The amendment is valid as it removes the inconsistency of the law and hence enforceable. Therefore option (4) is the correct answer.
Question6:- The right to education was inserted in the constitution in ______ and came in force in_____.
  • 1. 1986 and 2002
  • 2. 2002 and 2010
  • 3. 2002 and 2002
  • 4. 2002 and 2011
Answer is 2 is correct. The Right to Education was inserted through Constitution (Eighty-sixth Amendment) Act, 2002 by inserting Article 21A in the Constitution of India but this came into force in 2010 through Right to Education Act 2010. Therefore option (2) is the correct answer.
Question7:- Which of the following statements is not true?
  • 1. The date of implementation of the Indian Constitution is November 26, 1949
  • 2. The “Secular” word was added by the 42nd Constitution Amendment
  • 3. The 42nd Constitutional Amendment was done in 1976
  • 4. Social, Economic and political justice has been taken from the Russian Revolution in the Indian Constitution
Answer is 1 is correct. Constitution of India was implemented in the year 26 th January 1950 and it was on 26 th November 1949 that it was adopted by the Constituent assembly. Therefore option (1) is the correct answer.