Which of the following is the source of the federal system with a strong central government provided in the Indian Constitution?
Constitution of France
Constitution of Canada
Weimar Constitution of Germany
Constitution of Japan
Which of the following is the source of the method of election of President of India?
Constitution of US
Government of India Act 1935
Constitution of Ireland
Federal Features and emergency provisions in the Constitution of India were borrowed from-
Constitution of United States
Constitution of USSR
Which of the following features of the Indian Constitution was not sourced from the Constitution of Ireland/ Irish Constitution?
Directive Principles of State Policy (DPSPs)
Nomination of Rajya Sabha members
Centre’s power to appoint governors of states
Method of President’s election
Along with ideals of freedom, equality and fraternity in the preamble, Indian Constitution borrowed concept of ______________ from French Constitution.
Indian Constitution borrowed election of ____________ members from the Constitution of South Africa.
Framers of the Indian Constitution borrowed provision of the joint sitting of Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha from Constitution of ______________.
Soviet Union (USSR)
Which of the following features is NOT correctly matched with its source?
Equal protection under law – Constitution of Soviet Union (USSR)
Concept of the rule of law – British Constitution
Procedure established by law – Japanese Constitution
Residual Powers of centre – Canadian Constitution
Which of the following is not a feature borrowed from US Constitution?
Independence of Judiciary
Framers of Constitution of India borrowed idea of single citizenship from Constitution of ______________.
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