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constitution of India

The Indian Constitution was established in the year 1949 which had 395 articles and also constitutes 22 parts in it. After 1949 many changes were done in the constitution and as of now The Constitution of India contains 25 parts with 448 articles and 12 schedules in it with 5 appendices and 98 amendments. Every year Indian constitution based questions are asked in almost every competitive exam like IBPS, Banking, UPSC, SSC and many others. Candidate should stay up to date with all the information and knowledge related to the India constitution as it is considered as one of the most important section in IBPS exams. So, today we are going to guide you about the Indian Constitution with its history, Important Topics and some Important Questions.

The Indian Constitution

The Constitution of India is considered as the supreme law of India. It provides the structure which defines the essential political principles, authorize the structure, various powers and the duties of the Indian Government Institutions and directs the fundamental rights and duties for the citizens of India.

The Indian Constitution has total 444 articles, 22 parts, 12 schedules, and total 118 amendments made with 117,369 words translated in English Language which is the longest written constitution in any sovereign country of the world.  Also check your aptitude ability for IBPS by giving an Online Aptitude Test

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Who is the author of The Indian Constitution

The Constitution of India  was not written by a single person but the credit for drafting the Indian Constitution goes to Dr. B.R. Ambedkar  who was working as the Chairman of the Drafting Committee of the Indian Constituent Assembly.

Importance of Indian Constitution

The Constitution of India is superior to all the laws in our country. Every law which has or will be enacted by the Government of India has to be in conformity with the Indian Constitution.
The Constitution lays down the framework of our country's goal: 

  • Democracy
  • Socialism
  • Secularism 
  • National Integration

The constitution of India spells out the duties and rights of every citizen of our country.

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Parts of The Indian Constitution

 

Part Subject Articles
Part I The union & Its Territory Article 1 – 4
Part II Citizenship Article 5 – 11
Part III Fundamental Rights Article 12 – 35
Part IV Directive Principles Article 36 – 51
Part IVA Fundamental Duties Article 51A
Part V The Union Article 52 – 151
Part VI The States Article 152 – 237
Part VII The States In Part B of the First Schedule Repealed By Constitution (7th Amendment) Act .1956
Part VIII The Union Territories Article 239 – 242
Part IX The Panchayats Article 243 – 243O
Part IXA The Municipalities Article 243 P – 243ZG
Part X The Scheduled and Tribal Areas Article 244 – 244A
Part XI Relations between the Union And The States Article 245 – 263
Part XII Finance,Property,Contracts and Suits Article 264 – 300A
Part XIII Trade , Commerce and Intercourse within the Territory Of India Article 301 – 307
Part XIV Service Under the Union and the States Article 308 – 323
Part XIVA Tribunals Article 323A –  323B
Part XV Elections Article 324 – 329(329A -Repealed)
Part XVI Special Provisions Relating to Certain Classes Article 330 – 342
Part XVII Official Language Article 343 – 351
Part XVIII Emergency provisions Article 352-360(359A-Repealed)
Part XIX Miscellaneous Article 361 – 367 (362-Repealed)
Part XX Amendment of the Constitution Article 368
Part XXI Temporary Transitional and Special Provisions Article 369 – 392(379-391 Repealed)
Part XXII Short Title,Commencement,Authoritative Text in Hindi and Repeals Article 393 – 395
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Important Questions related to Indian Constitution for IBPS Exams

  • Who was the first Governor of free state in India ?

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  • In India there is _ Party System ?

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  • The Muslim League's communal-ism came into because of:

A) Rigidity of Islam (B) Uncharitable attitude of the Hindu community
(C) Divide and rule policy from the Britishers (D) All the above 

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  • To whom are the ministers individually responsible in our country ?

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  • What is the age eligibility to right to vote for an Indian citizen ?

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  • Indian Constitution was adopted by the Government of India  on :
    a.26 Jan 1950
    b.26 Nov 1949
    c.26 Dec 1950
    d.15 Aug 1948

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  • No. of articles in Indian Constitution originally are ?
    a.448
    b.385
    c.495
    d.395
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  •  In which article of the Indian Constitution ’Equality before law’ is mentioned?
    a.14
    b.10
    c.9
    d.17

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  • A coalition government in a country is generally formed when there is:
    (A) Two party system (B) One party system
    (C) Multi party system dominated by one party (D) No party system 

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  • Under which Article Fundamental Rights are granted to citizens  ?
    a.Article 36 – 51
    b.Article 5 – 11
    c.Article 52 – 151
    d.Article 12 – 35

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  • Who proposed the Preamble in our country before the Drafting Committee ?

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  • Who said this statement “The preamble of the constitution is the horoscope of Indian Republic” ?  
    a.K. M. Munshi
    b.Jawaharlal Nehru
    c.B.R.Ambedkar
    d.Mahatma Gandhi

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