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MCQ on Citizenship - Indian Polity

[MCQ Set] Citizenship – Indian Polity Objective GK Question Answer [PDF]

MCQ on Citizenship – Indian Polity

Multiple Choice Questions from chapter Citizenship of Indian Polity are very important for any competitive examinations like SSC, IAS, UPSC, Banking, Railway etc. In this post, all the selected and expected questions with answer are given as a quiz format which already came in previous year various exams.

Q.1 When the citizenship of a person in India can not be terminated?

A: At the time of emergency in country or state.
B: At the time of war;
C: At election time;
D: None of above;


At the time of war;

Q.2 When a person lost his citizenship in India?

A: When he acquires foreign citizenship;
B: When he renounces the citizenship;
C: When govt. deprives citizenship for some reason;
D: All of the above;


All of the above;

Q.3 Dual citizenship is accepted by ______ country?

A: India
B: Russia
D: China



Q.4 _________ has the power to regulate the right of citizenship in India.

[NDA 2007]

A: Union Cabinet;
B: The Parliament;
C: Supreme Court;
D: High Court;


The Parliament;

Q.5 In the constitution of India, Article 5 to 11 deals with –

[CDS 2005]

A: Union and its territory;
B: citizenship
C: Fundamental duties;
D: Fundamental rights;



Q.6 To become a citizen of India, ________ is not a necessary condition.

A: Birth in India;
B: Descent;
C: Having property in India;
D: Naturalisation;


Having property in India;

Read: GK> Preamble of Indian Constitution – Study Notes

Q.7 Which of the following parts of Indian constitution deals with citizenship?

[CDS 2008]

A: Part I
B: Part II
C: Part III
D: Part IV


Part II

Q.8 According to Indian constitution, Domicile means _________ .

[SSC 2010]

A: Temporary Home;
B: Permanent Home;
C: Home in foreign country
D: Home in friend country;


Permanent home;

Q.9 By the process of naturalisation which one among the following can acquire the citizenship of India.

[NDA 1999]

A: Foreigner
B: Non Resident India
C: Overseas Indian;
D: All of the above;


All of the above;

Q.10 Through naturalisation process, to become a citizen of India one must satisfy ________ condition.

AL One must reside in India
B: His/her character should be good
C: Renounces his/her citizenship of other countries
D: All of above


All of above;

Q.11 Which one of the following is cause for losing one citizenship in India?

[GPSC 2013]

A: One surrenders his/her citizenship
B: Govt of India withdraw his/her citizenship
C: One accept citizenship of other countries
D: All of above


All of Above

Read: GK> Schedules of Indian Constitution

Q.12 To become a citizen of India one must be, –

A: A person whose parents born in India;
B: A person domiciled in India
D: A Person who born in India;’
D: All of the above


All of above

Q.13 Choose the correct features regarding citizenship in India.

[UPSC 2014]

A: Dual citizen of state and Nation;
B: Single citizenship only of state;
C: Single citizenship of whole India;
D: Dual citizenship of India and other;


Dual citizenship of India;

Q.14 Which of the following statement regarding citizenship is correct?

[CDS 2014]

1> Citizen of India must have full civil and political right;
2> Citizen have right to suffrage for election in every state;
3> Citizen have right to become a member of parliament;
4> All of the above;


All of the above.

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The Union and Its Territory Quiz

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The Union and Its Territory Quiz

Multiple Choice Question with Answer from Union and its Territory of Indian Constitution are very important for your upcoming govt. Job examinations like IAS, UPSC, PSC, SSC, Railway, Banking, SBI PO, group D to group A, etc. All the Questions which came in previous year exams are given in this post. You can test your general knowledge about India Polity as an objective question or short question quiz.

Q.01 Which of the following is/are the consistency of the Union of India?

(i) States
(ii) Union Territories
(iii) Acquired Territories

A: only option 1 is correct;
B: only option 2 is correct;
C: options 1 and 2 are correct;
D: All options are correct;


D, All options are correct;

Q.02 French ceded ________ region to India.

A: Dadra & Nagar Haveli
B: Andaman & Nicobar;
C: Goa;
D: Karaikal, Mahe;


Karaikal, Mahe;

Q.03 In which of the following year Andhra Pradesh was created?

A: 1951
B: 1953
C: 1955
D: 1957



Q.04 Which of the following is correct as of the description of India to its constitution?

[SSC CGL 2000]

A: India is a federal Nation;
B: India is a federation of State;
C: India is a union of State;
D: All the above;


India is a Union of state;

Q.05 Under the recommendation of ________ commission the states Punjab and Haryana were formed?

[SSC 2002]

A: Dass Commission
B: Dhar Commission
C: Kothari Commission
D: Sarkaria Commission;


Dass Commission;

Q.06 How many Union Territories India has legislative Assemblies?

[CDS 2012]

A: One
B: Two
C: Three
D: Four



Read: GK> Preamble of Indian Constitution – Study Notes

Q.07 Which of the following person’s recommendation the state Haryana was formed?

[HPSC 2012]

A: Lal Bahadur Shastri;
B: Indira Gandhi;
C: Sardar Hukum Singh;
D: Ranjit Kumar Singh;


Sardar Hukum Singh

Q.08 The consent of ________ does not involve in the creation of a new state in India.

[CDS 2000]

A: President
B: Parliament
C: Legislature of State
D: Supreme Court


The Supreme Court;

Q.09 Among the following _______ state of India formed last.

[CDS 2006]

A: Karnataka
B: Haryana
C: Andhra Pradesh
D: Madhya Pradesh



Q.10 Which constitutional Amendment of India describe Delhi as a “National Capital Region“?

[UPSC 2001]

A: 51st Amendment;
B: 69th Amendment;
C: 72 Amendment;
D: 91st Amendment;


69th Amendment

Q.11 In which year Uttarakhand state was formed?

[Central Excise Exam 2010]

A: 9th Nov 2000;
B: 19th Nov 2001;
C: 29th Nov 2002;
D: 14th Nov 2007;


9th Nov 2000;

Q.12 Which of the following has the power to carve out a new state in India?

[SSC CHSL 2010]

A: The Parliament;
B: The council of Minister;
C: The Prime Minister;
D: The President;


The Parliament;

Q.13 Which of the following Articles of the Indian constitution allowing the central government to create a new state in India?

[Railway Group D 2001]

A: Article 67;
B: Article 3;
C: Article 9;
D: Article 177;


Article 3;

Read: [MCQ Set 1] Preamble-Sources of Indian Constitution> Objective GK

Q.14 Under which Constitutional Amendment Act Sikkim was made an integral part of India?

SBI 1999]

A: 36th Amendment;
B: 24th Amendment;
C: 63rd Amendment;
D: 42nd Amendment;


36th Amendment;

Q.15 The territory of India Consists of _______ (according to Article 1).

[IAS 1993]

A: Territories of the states;
B: Territories acquired by the central govt.
C: Union Territories
D: All the Above;


All the Above


(a) Lakshadweep ⇒ Executive is Administrator;
(b) Chandigarh ⇒ Executive is Chief Commissioner;
(c) Daman and Due ⇒ Executive is Lt. Government;
(d) Andaman & Nicobar ⇒ Executive is Governor;

Which of the above is not correct?

[SSC CGL 2003]

The answer is (d);

Q.17 How the parliament of India can establish a new state in the Union?

A: By an Amendment;
B: By an Executive order
C: By introducing simple law
D: Nome of the above:


By introducing Simple Law;

Q.18 How many Union Territories India has at present?

A: 5
B: 6
C: 7
D: 8



Q.19 Among Chandigarh, Delhi and Puducherry, which has separate High Court?



Q.20 In which state, Part IV of the India Constitution is not applicable?

[IAS 1996]

A: Andhra Pradesh;
B: Mizoram;
C: Jammu and Kashmir;
D: Arunachal Pradesh;



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