Quiz On Constitution Of India (Important Objective Questions)

Quiz On Constitution Of India

Last Updated: 24 January 2021

Bhāratīya Saṃvidhāna or The Constitution of India is the Governing Law of India.

The Constitution of India is one of the longest written laws on earth. If You dig deeper into the rules of the Nation, You would definitely find some fascinating facts about the law.

There are many facts and figures one must know and have Knowledge about the Constitution.

In this article we have included Important Objective Questions about:

  • Articles
  • Schedules
  • Preamble
  • Judges
  • Special Days
  • Founding Fathers
  • Important persons
  • Fundamentals, etc.

Read all the 100 Important Questions on the Constitution of India and Boost Your Knowledge.

Quiz On Constitution Of India


1. Who is the father of the Indian Constitution?
a) Jawaharlal Nehru
b) B. R. Ambedkar
c) Mahatma Gandhi
d) Dadabhai Naoroji

2. Which language was the Indian Constitution written?
a) Sanskrit
b) English
c) Hindi
d) English & Hindi

3. Who was the Chairman of the Drafting Committee?
a) Benegal Narsing Rau
b) B. R. Ambedkar
c) Rajendra Prasad
d) Jawaharlal Nehru

4. When was the Constitution of India adopted by the Constituent Assembly of India?
a) 26 November 1947
b) 26 November 1948
c) 26 November 1949
d) 26 November 1950

5. When did the Constitution of India become effective?
a) 26 January 1949
b) 26 January 1950
c) 15 August 1949
d) 15 August 1950

6. Which Act was replaced by the Constitution of India as the country’s Fundamental Governing Document?
a) Government of India Act 1935
b) Government of India Act 1937
c) Government of India Act 1945
d) Government of India Act 1947

7. When does India celebrate its Constitution?
a) 2nd October
b) 15 August
c) 26 January
d) 24 February

8. When was the word “Secular and Socialist” word added in the Indian Constitution?
a) 1976
b) 1971
c) 1977
d) 1975

9. What is the Original Title of the Indian Constitution known as in Sanskrit?
a) Bhāratīya Vesabhūsā
b) Bhāratīya Saśastra
c) Bhāratīya Saṃvidhāna
d) Bhāratīya Vidyā Bhavan

10. How many branches are in the Indian Constitution?
a) 2
b) 3
c) 4
d) 5

11. Name the branches of the Indian Constitution?
a) Executive, Judiciary
b) Executive, Legislature
c) Judiciary, Legislature, High Court
d) Executive, Legislature, Judiciary

12. How many chambers are there in the Indian Constitution?
a) 2
b) 3
c) 4
d) 5

13. Under Judiciary how many Courts are there?
a) 4
b) 5
c) 1
d) 3

14. When was the 104th Amendment of the Constitution of India updated?
a) 25 January 2019
b) 25 January 2020
c) 31 January 2019
d) 31 January 2020

15. Where is the Original Constitution preserved?
a) Noida
b) Uttar Pradesh
c) New Delhi
d) Madras


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16. When was the Indian National Flag adopted?
a) 15 August 1946
b) 15 August 1947
c) 22 July 1947
d) 22 July 1948

17. Who presented the “Objective Resolution” of the Indian Constitution?
a) Jawaharlal Nehru
b) B. R. Ambedkar
c) J. B. Kripalani
d) H. C. Mukherjee

18. How many members were appointed in the Drafting Committee by B. R. Ambedkar?
a) 4 Members
b) 5 Members
c) 6 Members
d) 7 Members

19. How many Articles were there when the constitution of India came into force on 26 January 1950?
a) 365 Articles
b) 375 Articles
c) 414 Articles
d) 395 Articles

20. Who was the first Speaker of the Lok Sabha?
a) Neelam Sanjiva Reddy
b) G. V. Mavlankar
c) Shivraj Patil
d) M. A. Ayyangar

21. Who became the first Indian Judge in the International Court of Justice?
a) Ganesh Mavlankar
b) K. M. Munshi
c) Benegal Narsing Rau
d) Rajendra Prasad

22. What is the Celebration of the Indian Constitution called?
a) Independence Day
b) Republic Day
c) Central Excise Day
d) Quit India Day

23. How many sessions were held by the Assembly before adopting the Constitution of India?
a) 11 Sessions
b) 7 Sessions
c) 12 Sessions
d) 17 Sessions

24. How many members signed the Constitution of India when it was adopted?
a) 2473 Members
b) 165 Members
c) 7635 Members
d) 284 Members

25. When is “National Law Day” celebrated in India?
a) 26 January
b) 26 November
c) 24 January
d) 26 May


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26. Where was the Constitution of India published?
a) Ahmedabad
b) Kolkata
c) Dehradun
d) Allahabad

27. From which country was the concept of Single Citizenship influenced?
a) Japan
b) United Kingdom
c) United States
d) France

28. Which Constitutional Concept was taken from Ireland?
a) Amending the Constitution
b) Legislative Procedure
c) Preamble Terminology
d) Directive Principles of State Policy

29. Which part of the Indian Constitution contains the Articles about Union Territories?
a) Part XIV
b) Part VIII
c) Part VI
d) Part IX

30. Which part of the Indian Constitution contains the Articles about Fundamental Rights?
a) Part X
b) Part III
c) Part IV
d) Part IXB

31. What does Schedules List in the Indian Constitution Categorise?
a) Bureaucratic Activity & Government Policy
b) Fundamental Duties & Judicial Review
c) Bill of Rights & Distribution of Powers
d) Legislative Procedure & Fundamental Duties

32. Which Schedule describes Scheduled Areas and Scheduled Tribes?
a) Sixth
b) Fourth
c) Fifth
d) Ninth

33. Which Schedule describes the Provisions made for the Administration of Tribal Areas in 4 Northeastern States?
a) Fourth
b) Eleventh
c) Second
d) Sixth

34. Which Article describes the President of India as the head of the Executive Branch?
a) Articles 53
b) Articles 60
c) Articles 74
d) Articles 63

35. How many Schedules were there when the constitution of India came into force on 26 January 1950?
a) 8 Schedules
b) 7 Schedules
c) 6 Schedules
d) 9 Schedules


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36. Which Article describes the Prime Minister of India as the head of the Council of Ministers?
a) Article 72
b) Article 73
c) Article 74
d) Article 75

37. Which Article permits the President of India to dismiss a State Government and assume Direct Authority?
a) Article 365
b) Article 356
c) Article 346
d) Article 376

38. When was Jammu & Kashmir declared as Union Territory?
a) 31 September 2019
b) 31 October 2019
c) 31 November 2019
d) 31 October 2018

39. From which Country was the “Judicial Review” adopted by the Constitution of India?
a) Australia
b) United States
c) Japan
d) Canada

40. When is the Constitution Day of India Celebrated every Year?
a) 6th December
b) 21st October
c) 27 November
d) 26 November

41. When did the Constitution of Pakistan become effective?
a) 19 April 1973
b) 20 October 1972
c) 14 August 1973
d) 15 August 1973

42. When did the “Right to Education” came into effect?
a) 1 April 2010
b) 1 April 2012
c) 1 April 2016
d) 1 April 2014

43. Which House is known as the “House of the People”?
a) Lok Sabha
b) Rajya Sabha
c) High Court
d) Judiciary Court

44. How many Countries’ Constitution was studied by B. R. Ambedkar before making The Indian Constitution?
a) 100 Countries
b) 60 Countries
c) 10 Countries
d) 7 Countries

45. When did the Constitution Assembly form in accordance with French practice?
a) 26 January 1950
b) 18 July 1947
c) 22 July 1947
d) 6 December 1946

46. Which Resolution became the Preamble of the Constitution?
a) Legislative Resolution
b) Quasi-Federal Resolution
c) Objective Resolution
d) Emergency Resolution

47. Before the Independence of India, Dadra and Nagar Haveli were under whose Administrative control?
a) Srilankan
b) Saudi Arabian
c) Portuguese
d) Nepalis

48. What is the Full Form of NRCWC?
a) National Register of Citizens Working at the Constitution
b) National Register Commission Working at the Constitution
c) National Commission to review the working of the Constitution
d) National Citizens to review the working of the Constitution
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49. Which Article gave special status to the state of Jammu and Kashmir?
a) Article 373
b) Article 366
c) Article 365
d) Article 370

50. How many Schedules does the Indian Constitution have?
a) 6 Schedules
b) 12 Schedules
c) 8 Schedules
d) 14 Schedules


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51. How many Standing Committees of Members of Parliament are there?
a) 3
b) 2
c) 5
d) 7

52. Which is the Largest Committee in the Indian Parliament?
a) Financial Standing Committee
b) Public Accounts Committee
c) Public Undertakings Committee
d) Estimates Committee

53. Which Constitutional Article was established for The National Commission for Scheduled Tribes (NCST)?
a) Article 238
b) Article 338
c) Article 375
d) Article 102

54. Who was the First Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of India?
a) M. Patanjali Sastri
b) H. J. Kania
c) Bijan Kumar Mukherjea
d) Mehr Chand Mahajan

55. What is the minimum age to become a member of Gram Sabha?
a) 16 Years
b) 21 Years
c) 18 Years
d) 24 Years

56. Which position does Narendra Modi holds as a Prime Minister?
a) 15th
b) 14th
c) 12th
d) 13th

57. When was the “Indian Independence Act” passed by the British?
a) 5 July 1944
b) 5 July 1945
c) 5 July 1946
d) 5 July 1947

58. Who appoints the Governor of a State in India?
a) Speaker of Lok Sabha
b) The President of India
c) The Prime Minister of India
d) Chief Justice of India

59. Which schedule contains “Forms of Oath and Affirmations”?
a) Eleventh Schedule
b) Fourth Schedule
c) Third Schedule
d) Fifth Schedule

60. What does the 8th Schedule of the Indian Constitution deal with?
a) Administration of Tribal Areas
b) Panchayat Raj
c) Official Languages
d) Municipalities

61. Who was the Prime Minister of India when the Panchayati Raj and Urban Self-Governing institutions were accorded as a Constitutional status?
a) Rajiv Gandhi
b) H. D. Deve Gowda
c) P.V.Narsimha Rao
d) Atal Bihari Vajpayee

62. Which Indian state has both the House of Parliament?
a) Tamil Nadu
b) Uttarakhand
c) Maharashtra
d) Assam

63. Who is the Leader of the Lower House of the Parliament?
a) Speaker
b) Vice President Of India
c) Prime Minister Of India
d) Chief Justice

64. Who has the Power to declare National Emergency?
a) The President of India
b) The Vice President Of India
c) The Prime Minister Of India
d) The Deputy Prime Minister of India

65. Which Act granted Statehood to Arunachal Pradesh?
a) Constitution Act, 1981
b) Constitution Act, 1987
c) Government of India Act, 1981
d) Government of India Act, 1987


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66. How many Indian States have both the House of Parliament?
a) 9
b) 7
c) 8
d) 6

67. How many times a person can become President of India?
a) Once
b) Twice
c) Thrice
d) No Limit

68. Who was the first Chief Election Commissioner of India?
a) Sukumar Sen
b) S. P. Sen Verma
c) S. L. Shakdhar
d) M. S. Gill

69. When was the Indian Ministry of Human Resource Development founded?
a) 26 September 1975
b) 26 September 1985
c) 26 September 1995
d) 26 September 1965

70. Who is the Chairman of the National Water Resources Council?
a) The President of India
b) The Vice President Of India
c) The Prime Minister Of India
d) The Deputy Prime Minister of India

71. What is the Forty-Second Amendment of the Constitution of India called?
a) Mini Constitution
b) Small Constitution
c) Large Constitution
d) Huge Constitution

72. How many members can the President of India nominate to the Rajya Sabha?
a) 14
b) 13
c) 12
d) 11

73. Who will discharge the duties of the President when both Offices of President and Vice-President happen to be vacant?
a) The Speaker of Rajya Sabha
b) Chief Justice of India
c) The Prime Minister Of India
d) The Deputy Prime Minister Of India

74. As per Article 336, which community gets special provision for Central Services?
a) Buddhist Community
b) Sikh Community
c) Hindu Community
d) Anglo-Indian Community

75. Which Article of the Indian Constitution defines the Panchayat Raj?
a) Article 243
b) Article 247
c) Article 343
d) Article 443


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76. Who appoints the Vice President of India?
a) The Election Commissioner of India
b) The Electoral College of India
c) The Prime Minister of India
d) The President of India

77. Who was the First Deputy Prime Minister of India?
a) Charan Singh
b) Morarji Desai
c) Vallabhbhai Patel
d) Devi Lal

78. Who is the only Indian to become the Governor-General before the title was abolished?
a) Vasudev Balwant Phadke
b) C. Rajagopalachari
c) Vallabhbhai Patel
d) B. R. Ambedkar

79. What is the Full Form of CrPC?
a) Character Procedure Code
b) Character Penal Code
c) Criminal Penal Code
d) Criminal Procedure Code

80. How many Fundamental Duties are provided by the Constitution of India?
a) Twelve
b) Eleven
c) Thirteen
d) Nine

81. Article 17 is related to?
a) Right to Education
b) SC & ST
c) Abolition of Untouchability’s
d) Right to Good Health

82. The sixth schedule of the Constitution of India does not provide Administration for?
a) Assam
b) Meghalaya
c) Tripura
d) Manipur

83. Which High Court was established on 1st January 2019?
a) Tripura High Court
b) Telangana High Court
c) Manipur High Court
d) Jammu and Kashmir High Court

84. From Which country was the idea of “concurrent List” in the Indian Constitution borrowed?
a) Japan
b) United States
c) Australia
d) China

85. Which Right was not taken from the British Constitution in the Indian Constitution?
a) Freedom of Press
b) Right to Vote
c) Fundamental Rights
d) Educational Rights


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86. Which Article is for the Protection of interests of Minorities?
a) Article 29
b) Article 39
c) Article 49
d) Article 59

87. Which Country has No Written Constitution?
a) North Korea
b) Iran
c) Saudi Arabia
d) Cambodia

88. How many Articles were written on the Constitution when it came into effect?
a) 410 Articles
b) 415 Articles
c) 365 Articles
d) 395 Articles

89. What is the maximum number of members in a Legislative Assembly of a state in India?
a) 500
b) 450
c) 550
d) 60

90. When was the First Citizenship Act passed by the parliament?
a) 1999
b) 2011
c) 1955
d) 2019

91. Which plan had the scheme to transfer power to the Indians and partition of the country?
a) Mountbatten Plan
b) Cripps Mission
c) Cabinet Mission Plan
d) Indian Division Plan

92. What is the 10th Schedule?
a) Municipalities
b) Forms of Oaths
c) Validation of Regulations
d) Anti Defection Act

93. Who has the longest tenure as the Speaker of Lok Sabha?
a) Meira Kumar
b) Sumitra Mahajan
c) Ganesh Vasudev Mavalankar
d) Balram Jakhar

94. Which court has the highest Jurisdiction?
a) Jharkhand High Court
b) Gauhati High Court
c) Gujarat High Court
d) Calcutta High Court

95. What is the term of Members of Rajya Sabha?
a) 4 Years
b) 5 Years
c) 6 Years
d) 2 Years


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96. Who was elected as the Permanent President of the Constituent Assembly?
a) Dr. Rajendra Prasad
b) B. R. Ambedkar
c) Dr. Manmohan Singh
d) Frank Anthony

97. How many types of Writs are in the Indian Constitution?
a) 7 Types
b) 9 Types
c) 3 Types
d) 5 Types

98. Which article is related to the Right to Information Act (RTI)
a) Article 59
b) Article 19
c) Article 29
d) Article 11

99. 53rd Amendment of the Indian Constitution 1986 made full statehood for?
a) Mizoram
b) Tripura
c) Manipur
d) Meghalaya

100. Which Article is related to Equality before law?
a) Article 94
b) Article 24
c) Article 14
d) Article 19

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