07 Feb 2022

Constitution of Indian TNPSC Notes and Questions

TNPSC Group 2, 2A Constitution of India Questions and Answer:

TNPSC Indian Polity notes are consist of a lot of topics, in this page, we upload one of the Constitution of India TNPSC questions and answers. Indian Polity study materials questions and answers, important articles, and PDF materials for TNPSC aspirants in English are provided on our site. Candidates who prepared for TNPSC exams kindly go through the Indian polity syllabus for the high scores. The Constitution of Indian TNPSC Notes and Questions

The Constitution is the fundamental law of a country which reflects the fundamental principles on which the government of that
country is based. It is the vehicle of a Nation’s progress. The concept of the constitution was first originated in the U.S.A.

The Need for a Constitution:

All Democratic countries have a constitution that governs them. A constitution puts down certain principles that form the basis of any kind of state that we as citizens, desire to live in. A constitution tells us the fundamental nature of our society.

Making of Indian Constitution:

The Constitution of India was framed by a Constituent Assembly set up under the Cabinet Mission Plan, 1946. The Assembly consisted of 389 members representing Provinces (292), States (93), the Chief Commissioner’s provinces (3), and Baluchistan (1). The Assembly held its first meeting on December 9, 1946.

Dr. Sachchidananda Sinha, the oldest member, was elected as the temporary President of the Assembly. While the work was in progress, Dr. Sahchidananda Sinha died. Dr. Rajendra Prasad was elected as the President of the Assembly. Similarly, both H.C. Mukherjee and V.T. Krishnamachari were elected as the Vice- Presidents of the Assembly. The Assembly met for 11 sessions along with 166 days of meetings.

During the discussion, 2473 amendments were presented. Some of them were accepted. The Assembly worked through various committees
and the draft of the Constitution was prepared by the Drafting Committee under the chairmanship of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar. He is recognized as the ‘Father of the Constitution of India’.

After the draft had been discussed by the people, the press, provincial assemblies, and others, the Constitution was finally adopted on November 26, 1949, containing a Preamble, 22 parts, 395 Articles, and 8 Schedules. The drafted Constitution came into force on 26th January 1950. This day is known as Republic Day. It is being observed every year.

Prem Behari Narain Raizada was the calligrapher of the Indian Constitution. The original constitution was handwritten by him in a flowing italic style.

Constitution of India TNPSC Questions and Answers:

I. Choose the correct answer:

1. The Constitution Day is celebrated on

a) January 26 b) August 15 c) November 26   d) December 9

2. The Constituent Assembly accepted the Constitution of India in the year

a) 1946  b) 1950  c) 1947   d) 1949

3. There are ___________ amendments made in the Constitution of India till 2016

a) 101 b) 100  c) 78  d) 46

4. Which of the following is not a fundamental right?

a) Right to freedom b) Right to equality  c) Right to vote  d) Right to education

5. An Indian citizen has the right to vote at

a) 14 years b) 18 years  c) 16 years   d) 21 years

II. Fill in the blanks:

1 ._________ was selected as the chairman of the Constituent Assembly

2. The farther of the Constitution of India is _________

3. ____________ protects our fundamental rights.

4. The Constitution of India came into existence on _____________

Ans:  1.Rajendra Prasad   2.B. R Ambedkar    3. Constitution    4.26 January 1950

III. Match the following:

1. Independence day  – a. November 26

2. Republic Day           – b. April 1

3. Constitutional Day of India – c. August 15

4. Right to Education   – d. January 26

a.) c a d b

b.) c d a b

c.) d b a c

Answer:  b) c d a b

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