(IGP) GS Paper 1 – Indian Polity & Governance – “Fundamental Rights – MCQ”

Integrated Guidance Programme of General Studies for IAS

Subject – Indian Polity & Governance
Chapter – Fundamental Rights

Consider the following statements.

1) A right is a legal claim that a citizen or any other
individual is granted by the constitution or any statute.

2) Rights are the essence of democracy as they empower the
individuals & enable to develop.

3) Rights are associated with equality in contemporary times
& establish a level playing field among the people.

4) Right to education became fundamental right by the
insertion of Art 21A by the constitution 86th Amendment Act 2002.

Which of the above statement is / are correct.

a) 1 & 2 only 
b) 1 & 3 only
c) 2 & 3 only 
d) None of the above

Consider the following statements.

1) Natural rights are universal rights which are inherent in
every individual being a part of human nature.

2) Civil rights are the rights that a citizen of a country
enjoy & are conferred by the constitution or the law of the country.

3) Article 15, 16, 19, 20 & 29 in the Chapter on Fundamental
Rights in the Indian constitution (Part III) are available to Indian citizen

4) Human Rights are contained in United Nations universal
declaration of Human Rights 1948.

Which of the above statements is incorrect.

a) 1 & 4 only 
b) 1 & 3 only
c) 1, 3 & 4 only 
d) All of the above

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