Directive Principles Of State Policy (DPSP)
Directive Principles Of State Policy (DPSP)

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We bring you this large list of questions from Preamble And Evolution Of Indian Constitution. This should help you in your preparation of Competitive Exams for Indian Polity.
Directive Principles Of State Policy (DPSP) (Indian Polity Questions)

  1. The framers of our Constitution borrowed the concept of DPSP from the Constitution of (OR) The idea of DPSP is borrowed from the Constitution of which country? Ireland
  2. DPSP are contained in (OR) Welfare provisions under Indian Constitution are guaranteed under which part? Part IV
  3. Who described the DPSP as the ‘Novel Feature of the Indian Constitution’? Dr B R Ambedkar
  4. What is the aim of DPSP?  providing a social and economic base for a genuine democracy in the country
  5. What is DPSP? positive instructions to government to work for the attainment of set objectives
  6. DPSP are in the nature of Guidelines to State
  7. The Constitution assures economic justice to the Indian citizens through? DPSP
  8. The DPSP are included in our Constitution from Articles? 36 to 51
  9. All of the following Articles deals with DPSP except? 50
  10. The DPSP are: Social Rights, Non-justiceable
  11. By whom the DPSP be amended? Parliament, supported by more than 50% of States
  12. Planning in India derives its objectives from the? DPSP
  13. The aim of the DPSP is to establish? Welfare State in the country
  14. The enforcement of the DPSP depends on? Resources available with the Government
  15. The DPSP may be classified into? Socialist, Gandhians and Liberals
  16. This Act was not passed to implement DPSP? Arms Act
  17. Which one of the following is a DPSP? Raising the standards of living of the people
  18. Under which Article has the State been directed to secure for the citizens a Uniform Civil Code throughout the territory of India?  44
  19. ‘Common (Uniform) Civil Code’ means? Common Civil law applicable to all
  20. ‘Uniform Civil Code’ means? A codified law applicable to all persons of India irrespective of their religion
  21. Which among the following DPSP that has not been implemented so far? Uniform Civil Code
  22. Article 51 mandates India’s Foreign Policy to? Promote International Peace and Security, Encourage settlement of international disputes by arbitration & Maintain just and good relations between nations
  23. The phrase ‘Economic Justice’ is found in? Preamble and FRs
  24. The Right to adequate means of livelihood is to be provided by the State under the Article? 39
  25. Article 45 mandates the State to provide for? early childhood care and education for all children until they complete the age of 6 years
  26. It is the obligation of the State to protect every monument or place or object of artistic or historic interest and of national importance under the Article? 49
  27. The DPSP seek? To make the Constitution an instrument of social change
  28. In which part of the Constitution does the concept of welfare finds elaboration? DPSP
  29. If India has to provide socio-economic welfare to its citizens, it should give enforceability to? DPSP
  30. Certain socio-economic provisions are guaranteed under the? DPSP
  31. The State imposing tax on capital and wealth according to taxation laws is protected under Article? 39
  32. According to the interpretation of the Supreme Court, the word ‘Material Resources’ means? Both Movable and Immovable property
  33. “Distribution of material resources of the community as to sub-serve the common good” guaranteed under the Article 39B aim at the principle of _____ State? Secular
  34. Who said in the Constituent Assembly that the DPSP are like a ‘Cheque on a bank payable at the convenience of the bank’? K. T. Shah
  35. Which one of the following wanted the DPSP to be the basis for all future legislation? B. R. Ambedkar
  36. Which Amendment of the Constitution accorded precedence to all the DPSP over FRs? 42nd
  37. Which among the following articles guides the State to promote the welfare of the State? 38
  38. Which Article provides for the separation of Judiciary from the Executive? 50
  39. Which Article recognizes International Law under the Constitution? 51
  40. In which case did the Supreme Court strike down the Provisions of the Constitution that accorded primacy to DPSP over FRs? Minerva Mills
  41. Which part of the Constitution aims at establishing a Welfare State in the country? DPSP
  42. Under DPSP, the State is expected to provide free and compulsory education to all children up to the age (in years) of? 14
  43. Just and humane conditions of work and maximum living wages for workers is provided respectively under the Articles: 42 and 43
  44. The State is obligated to protect and improve the environment and safeguarding of forestand wildlife of the country under the Article?  48A
  45. Protection and Improvement of environment and safeguarding of forest and wildlife underArticle 48A is inserted into the Constitution by the ______ Amendment? 42nd
  46. Which one of the following is a DPSP? The State shall endeavor to protect and improve the environment
  47. The 42nd Amendment made additions to DPSP with regard to the following three matters? Participation of workers in the management of industry, Protection of the environment & Free legal aid to the poor
  48. Consider the following statements regarding the DPSP? The DPSP aim at realizing the ideals of justice, liberty, equality and fraternity enshrined in the Preamble to the Constitution & The DPSP have to be kept in mind by the government while formulating policies and framing laws.
  49. Which one of the following DPSP is based on Gandhian Ideology? Organization of Village Panchayats, Prohibition on the use of intoxicating drinks except for medicinal purposes & To work for the development of weaker or backward sections of the society
  50. Which amendment of the Constitution sought to enhance the importance of the DPSP by providing that no law passed to give effect to DPSP contained in Articles 39 (b) and (c) shall be deemed to be void on the ground that it abridges the rights conferred by the Articles 14 and 19? 25th
  51. Which of the following factors has been responsible for the slow implementation of the DPSP? Vastness of the country, Lack of resources with the government & Lack of political will
  52. Which characteristic of the DPSP provided in the Indian Constitution is incorrect? No law can be passed by legislature which is not in conformity with these principles
  53. Which one of the following DPSP reflects Socialist Ideology? to ensure a decent standard of living and leisure for all workers, to provide adequate means of livelihood to all & to prevent concentration of wealth and means of production and to ensure equitable distribution of wealth and material resources
  54. The DPSP to be followed by the State for securing economic justice does not include? to secure Uniform Civil Code
    56. Which one of the following has been wrongly listed as a DPSP based on liberal principles?
  55. The DPSP cannot be enforced in any court
  56. This is not one of the DPSP? take stringent measures to eliminate corruption
  57. This is not a DPSP? Secure just and efficient judiciary
  58. Free legal aid (Article 39A) is inserted under Indian Constitution by way of ____Amendment? 42nd
  59. Village Panchayats (Article 40) are the best examples for India’s __form of government. Democratic
  60. The Indian Constitution is silent as to which of the following DPSP? Adult Education
  61. Which one of following reasons has been wrongly listed for the slow implementation of DPSP? opposition from the society
  62. Which one of the following DPSP did not form part of the original Constitution and was added subsequently through constitutional amendments? to minimize inequality in income, status, facilities and opportunities amongst individuals and groups, right of the workers to participate in the management of industries & to protect and improve the environment and to safeguard forests and wildlife
  63. Provisions for a welfare State in India are found in? DPSP
  64. In Gandhian Socialism?  State is required
  65. Which of the following statements regard to the DPSPs is correct? The courts can compel the State to implement some of the important directives
  66. Which one of the following DPSP is a socialistic principle? Prevention of concentration of wealth and the means of production, Protection of the health of workers & Equal pay for equal work to all
  67. The purpose of the inclusion of DPSP in the Indian Constitution is to establish? Social and Economic democracy
  68. DPSPs are the conscience of the Constitution, which embody the social philosophy of the Constitution. The above statement was stated by: Granville Austin
  69. Slow implementation of DPSPs in due to? Lack of political will

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