Q1. What do you understand by monarchy?
is a form of government in which final authority rested with the King.
Q2. In Nepal, when did the Interim Constitution come into
Nepal, the Interim Constitution came into effect from January 15, 2007.
Q3. Who is known as the Father of the Indian Constitution?
Ans. Baba Saheb Dr Ambedkar is known as the Father of
the Indian Constitution.
Q4. What is a "State"?
The State refers to a political institution that represents a sovereign people who
occupy a definite territory.
Q5. What does Federalism mean?
refers to the existence of more than one level of government in the country.
Q6. What do you understand by a secular state?
A secular state is one in which the state does not officially promote any one
religion as the state religion.
Q7. What is democracy?
is a form of government in which we choose our leaders so that they can
exercise power responsibly on our behalf.
Q8. What is universal adult franchise?
Ans. Universal Adult Franchise means that the right to
vote should be given to all adult citizens without the discrimination of caste,
class, colour, religion or gender.
Q9. How does the Indian Constitution safe guard the minorities
of the country?
How does the Indian Constitution protect minority rights?
Constitution usually contains rules that ensure that minorities are not
excluded from anything that is routinely available to the majority.
Q10. Which fundamental right has provisions prohibiting
exploitation of weaker sections of the society?
State any three provisions made in the Constitution to prevent
Explain Right against Exploitation.
Right against Exploitation: The Constitution prohibits human trafficking,
forced labour, and employment of children under 14 years of age.
Q11. What is Right to Constitutional Remedies?
Ans. Right to Constitutional Remedies - This allows
citizens to move the court if they believe that any of their Fundamental Rights
have been violated by the State.
Q12. Explain Right to Freedom of Religion.
Ans. Right to Freedom of Religion - Religious
freedom is provided to all citizens. Every person has the right to practise,
profess and propagate the religion of their choice.
Q13. Write a short note on Cultural and Educational Rights.
Ans. Cultural and Educational Rights - The
Constitution states that all minorities, religious or linguistic, can set up
their own educational institutions in order to preserve and develop their own
Q14. What did Dr Ambedkar state about scheduled caste?
Ans. He stated that although the laws might exist, Scheduled
Castes still had reason to fear because the administration of these laws was in
the hands of ‘caste Hindu officers’. He, therefore, urged Scheduled Castes to join
the government as well as the civil services.
Q15. What do you mean by Directive Principles of State Policy?
Principles of State Policy was designed by the members of the Constituent
Assembly to ensure greater social and economic reforms and to serve as a guide
to the independent Indian State to institute laws and policies that help reduce
the poverty of the masses.
Q16. Define the term constitution.
In large societies in which different communities of people live together, the
rules are formulated through consensus, and in modern countries this consensus
is usually available in written form. A written document in which we find such
rules is called a Constitution.
Q17. Explain Right to Freedom.
What is the significance of the Right to Freedom?
What is the fundamental Right to Freedom?
Right to Freedom
includes the right to freedom of speech and expression, the right to form associations,
the right to move freely and reside in any part of the country, and the right
to practise any profession, occupation or business.