Dear Readers, Everything that studies our society and the way we interact with each other in it, is a Social Science.This section NOT ONLY comes CTET Exam but also come in other TET Exam also i.e UPTET Exam & DSSSB Exam etc. So, we will provide you the questions which will help you in preparing for Exam.
Q1. What does Social justice denotes?
(a) Equal treatment of all citizens without any social distinction
(b) Equal distribution of wealth
(c) Equal participation of women in politics
(d) Equal employment opportunities between men and women
Q2. When did India adopt a written constitution?
(a) November 26, 1949
(b) January 26, 1950
(c) January 1, 1997
(d) January 1, 1999
Q3. Which of the following word have not been written in the preamble of the Indian Constitution?
Q4. Which statement is not correct in the case of “Sovereign India”?
(a) India is not dependent on any country
(b) India is not a colony of any other country
(c) India can give any part of its country to any other country
(d) India is obliged to obey the UN in its internal affairs
Q5. What is the meaning of “social equality” in the Indian Constitution?
(a) Lack of opportunities
(b) Lack of equality
(c) Equal opportunities for all sections of the societies
(d) None of the following
Q6. ………………are distinct forms of ‘Justice’ in Indian constitution.
(a) Justice, empowerment, well being
(b) Social, economic, political
(c) Social, Psychological, emotional
(d) Social, educational, judicial
Q7. What are the three distinct forms squeezed in Preamble of Indian Constitution?
(a) Social, economic and political
(b) Moral, social and cultural
(c) Social, religious and caste
(d) Ethnic, culture and political
Q8. “Ideal of the living wage” is promoted by which Article?
(a) Article 39
(b) Article 40
(c) Article 41
(d) Article 43
Q9. Article 46 of the Indian constitution is important one for SC,ST because ……
(a) It promotes educational and economic interests of SC & ST’s.
(b) It promotes cultural and social interests of SC & ST’s.
(c) It promotes the Abolition of Discrimination
(d) It provides to removal of untouchability
Q10. Fundamental Rights are……….and guaranteed.
(a) Constitutionally recognized
(b) Basic rights
(c) Fundamentally allowed
(d) Legally forced
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