Quick Revision Notes for CSAT Paper -1 (G.S.) Pre 2013: “Indian Polity – Citizenship in India”

Quick
Revision Notes for CSAT Paper -1 (G.S.) Pre 2013

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Subject: Indian Polity
Topic: Citizenship In India

Test Your Knowledge

1. Consider the following statements.
1) Asylum is the legal protection granted to people in
any country who are afraid to return to their home country.
2) Domicile means to stay in a country with the intention of making
it his or her permanent home.
3) Expelling an alien is called deportation.
4) Resident is one who resided in the country for certain number of
days.

Which of the above statement is /
are correct.
a) 1 only 
b) 1, 2 & 4 only
c) 2 only 
d) All of the above

2. Consider the following statements.
1) The provisions relating to citizenship are contained
in Articles 5 to 11 in Part II of the constitution of India.
2) The constitution of India provided a single citizenship for the
entire country.
3) Since 2003, dual citizenship is allowed by Indian law that is
called overseas citizens of India.
4) A non-resident Indian is a citizen of India but has not resided
in India for the required number of days.


Which of the above statement is / are correct.
a) 1 only 
b) 1 & 4 only
c) 2, 3 & 4 only 
d) All of the above

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Answer of Question 1: D

Answer of Question 2: D


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