Civics/Class 9th Civics Sample Test,Sample questions

Question:
A person who is arrested and detained shall be produced before the nearest magistrate within a period of hours of arrest.

1.20

2.22

3.23

4.24


Question:
About 600 hundred people from all over the world were put in a prison in Guantanamo Bay by the

1.US forces

2.Japanese forces

3.German forces

4.British forces


Question:
Amnesty international works for

1.human right

2.trade unions

3.poor children

4.deprived people


Question:
Apart from Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha, who else constitutes the Parliament?

1.Prime Minister

2.Chief Minister

3.Governor

4.President


Question:
Apartheid in South Africa was discrimination on the basis of

1.gender

2.religion

3.race

4.economic status


Question:
Children below the age of cannot be employed in any factory or mine or in any other hazardous work.

1.12

2.13

3.14

4.15


Question:
For how long can the Rajya Sabha delay a Money Bill?

1.15 days

2.1 month

3.3 months

4.14 days


Question:
How many Fundamental Rights do we have?

1.6

2.7

3.8

4.9


Question:
How many members are elected to the National Peoples Congress from all over China?

1.3050

2.3000

3.4000

4.2000


Question:
How many members had the Constituent Assembly that wrote the Indian Constitution?

1.200

2.199

3.198

4.190


Question:
How many seats are reserved in the Lok Sabha for the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes?

1.47

2.60

3.84

4.100


Question:
In India, elections for which of these bodies are held after every five years?

1.Rajya Sabha

2.Lok Sabha and Vidhan Sabha

3.Vidhan Parishad

4.Only Lok Sabha


Question:
In which case was the real power with external powers and not with the locally elected representatives?

1.India in Sri Lanka

2.US in Iraq

3.USSR in Communist Poland

4.Both (b) and (c)


Question:
In which period did China face one of the worst famines that have occurred in the world?

1.1932-36

2.1958-61

3.2001-2002

4.2004-2007


Question:
In which way did the system of apartheid discriminate among the South Africans?

1.Restricted social contacts between the races

2.Segregation of public facilities

3.Created race-specific job categories

4.All the above


Question:
Nelson Mandela remained in the jail for

1.28 years

2.29 years

3.30 years

4.31 years


Question:
On what charges was Nelson Mandela sentenced to life imprisonment?

1.For treason

2.For breaking the laws

3.For corruption charges

4.for possessing illegal property


Question:
Once the Lok Sabha passes the budget of the government or any other money related law, the Rajya Sabha cannot rejected it. The Rajya Sabha can only delay it by

1.14 days

2.15 days

3.16 days

4.17 days


Question:
Our country is divided into

1.500 constituencies

2.543 constituencies

3.550 constituencies

4.552 constituencies


Question:
Salman Rushdie?s book that has been banned in India on the ground that it is disrespectful to prophet Mohammed is

1.Mignight?s children

2.Two years eight months

3.The moors last sigh

4.The Satami Verses


Question:
Some of the drawbacks of democracy is

1.Instability and delays

2.corruption and hypocrisy

3.Politicians fighting among themselves

4.all the above


Question:
The Constituent Assembly adopted the Constitution of India on

1.26-Jan-50

2.26-Nov-49

3.26-Jan-49

4.15-Aug-47


Question:
The country which denies freedom of religion is

1.Israel

2.Saudi Arabia

3.Iran

4.Yugoslavia


Question:
The head of the government in Nepal is the:

1.President

2.Prime Minister

3.King

4.Vice President


Question:
The Indian Constitution came into effect on

1.26-Jan-49

2.26-Jan-50

3.26-Jan-52

4.26-Nov-50


Question:
The minimum age required for being a voter is:

1.25 years

2.21 years

3.18 years

4.15 years


Question:
The National Human Rights Commission of India was set up in

1.1993

2.1994

3.1995

4.1996


Question:
The number of Lok Sabha constituencies in Delhi is

1.2

2.4

3.6

4.7


Question:
The number of Lok Sabha constituencies in Uttar Pradesh is

1.80

2.82

3.84

4.90


Question:
The Second Backward Classes Commission was appointed by the government of India in

1.1979

2.1981

3.1985

4.1999


Question:
The strength of the Council of Ministers ranges from

1.60 to 80

2.60 to 100

3.70 to 85

4.80 to 100


Question:
The word Democracy comes from the Greek word ?

1.Democracia

2.Demokratia

3.Demos

4.Kratia


Question:
What do the Civil Servants do?

1.They take important policy decisions

2.They implement the ministers decisions

3.They settle the disputes

4.none of the above


Question:
What is Constitutional Law?

1.Provisions given in the Constitution

2.Law to make Constitution

3.Law to set up Constituent Assembly

4.none of the above


Question:
What is meant by the term constituency?

1.Place where the copy of constitution is kept

2.A particular area from where voters elect a representative to the Lok Sabha / Vidhan Sabha

3.A body of voters

4.None of the above


Question:
What is Parliament?

1.Assembly of elected representatives at the national level

2.A body consisting of appointed ministers

3.Body comprising judges

4.Assembly of only appointed members


Question:
When did Zimbabwe attain independence and from whom?

1.1970, from Black minority rule

2.1880, from White minority rule

3.1980, from Americans

4.1980, from White minority rule


Question:
When was the Second Backward Class Commission appointed?

1.1989

2.1979

3.1979

4.2001


Question:
Which of the following sentences is wrong about Dr B.R. Ambedkar?

1.He was the Chairman of the Drafting Committee.

2.He was born in Maharashtra.

3.He was law minister in post-independence India.

4.He was law minister in post-independence India.


Question:
Which of the following statements is wrong?

1.We have freedom to travel to any part of the country.

2.We have freedom of speech and expression.

3.Untouchability is not a punishable offence.

4.Everyone is equal before the law.


Question:
Which of the following terms is not included in the Preamble to the Indian Constitution?

1.Liberty

2.Equality

3.Secular

4.Religion


Question:
Which of the Fundamental Rights is called the heart and soul of the Indian Constitution?

1.Right to Equality

2.Right to Freedom of Religion

3.Right to Constitutional Remedies

4.Cultural and Educational Rights


Question:
Which of these features is/are necessary to provide the basic rights to the citizens?

1.Citizens should be free to think

2.should be free to form associations

3.Should be free to raise protest

4.All the above


Question:
Which of these is not a feature of Indian democracy?

1.India has the largest number of voters in the world

2.India's Election Commission is very powerful

3.In India, everyone above the age of 18 has a right to vote

4.In India, the losing parties refuse to accept the electoral verdict


Question:
Which one of the following statement about the President is wrong?

1.He is the head of the state.

2.He is the highest formal authority in the country.

3.He exercises only nominal powers.

4.He is elected directly by the people.


Question:
Which party always won elections in Mexico since its independence in 1930 until 2000?

1.Revolutionary Party

2.Mexican Revolutionary Party

3.Institutional Revolutionary Party

4.Institutional Party


Question:
Who among the following was not the member of the Constituent Assembly?

1.Mahatma Gandhi

2.Rajendra Prasad

3.T.T. Krishnamachari

4.Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru


Question:
Who appoints the Chief Election Commissioner of India?

1.The Chief Justice of India

2.The Prime Minister of India

3.The President of India

4.The Law Minister of India


Question:
Who exercises all governmental powers?

1.President

2.Prime Minister

3.Chief Justice of the Supreme Court

4.Chief Election Commission


Question:
Who led the Nyaya Yudh?

1.Chaudhary Charan Singh

2.Chaudhary Devi Lal

3.Ajit Singh

4.None of these


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