1. Original constitution classified Fundamental Rights into seven categories but now there are

(a) Six
(b) Five
(c) Ten
(d) Eight

2. The  Fundamental Rights, which cannot be suspended even during the emergency are

(a) Articles 20 and 22
(b) Articles 20 and 21
(c) Articles 19 and 32
(d) Articles 17 and 20

3. India borrowed the idea of incorporating  Fundamental Rights in the Constitution from 

(a) Soviet Union
(b) Canada
(c) USA
(d) Australia

4.The concept of Single Citizenship is borrowed from the Constitution of

(a) Soviet Union
(b) Germany
(c) Canada
(d) Britain

5. Under which article of the Indian Constitution, Citizenship of a person can be determined at the commencement of the Constitution? 

(a) Article 5 
(b) Article 4
(c) Article 6
(d) Article 9

6. Which article describes the persons voluntarily acquiring citizenship of a foreign State not to be an Indian Citizen? 

(a) Article 5
(b) Article 9
(c) Article 10
(d) Article 8

7. Who is authorized to lay down qualifications to acquire the Citizenship? 

(a) Parliament
(b) Supreme Court
(c) President
(d) Prime Minister

8. Which of the following is a qualification to acquire Citizenship by Naturalization? 

(a) A person is ordinarily resident in India for 12 months
(b) A person is in service of Government of India from 12 months
(c) A person is in service of Government of India from 24 months
(d) Both (a) and (b)

9. Fundamental Rights are not applicable to

(a) Armed Forces
(b) Foreign Citizens
(c) Government Civilian Employees
(d) None of the above

10. Which article of the Constitution empowers the Parliament to enact the provisions for acquisition and termination of Citizenship? 

(a) Article 6
(b) Article 11
(c) Article 13
(d) Article 10

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