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Test Paper Of Class 8 Social and political life (SSt) Civics Chapter 1 the indian constitution and Secularism

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Chapter 1 Indian Constitution and Secularism

A. Observe the picture and answer the questions.

  1. Which document is being signed by Jawahar Lal Nehru ?
  2. When was it adopted by the Constituent Assembly ?
  3. When did it come into force ?
  4. How do we celebrate the adoption of the constitution ?

B. Fill in the blanks :

1. The Constitution of India is the supreme…………………..of India.

2. The Constitution of India begins with the words…………………..

3. The original Constitution of India is with beautiful calligraphy and is kept in a special . case in the Library of the Parliament of India.

4. The Constitution of India is the longest ……………………… constitution of any sovereign country in the world.

5. The Constitution begins with a …………………………which contains the basic ideals and objectives of the Constitution.

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6. The Preamble of Indian constitution declares India to be a ……………………., ………………….., ………………Republic.

7. A republic is a form of government having an elected head of the state, instead of a …………………………head.

8. The term ‘Secular’ means giving respect to all………………………….

9. The term ‘socialist’ aims to secure social and economic justice and equality of opportunity for all…………………………………

10. The Preamble is called the ……………………….. of the constitution.

C. Define the following terms :

1. Sovereign:-

2. Socialist:-

3. Secular:-

4. Democratic:-

5. Republic:-

D. Write T for True and F for False :

1. A group of around 300 people formed the Constituent Assembly in 1946. ___

2. In India, people choose their representatives through elections held every six years. ___

3. Social equality implies that there is no discrimination on the basis of religion. ___

4. All countries have a written constitution. ___

5. In India, the President is the head of the Executive with the real powers vested with him/her. ___

6. Indian constitution is a comprehensive document which contains 448 Articles in 23 parts, 12 Schedules and 100 amendments up to June 2015. ___

7. Every citizen of India, irrespective of his/her social background, can contest in elections. ___

8. The Council of Ministers headed by the Prime Minister is responsible to the Lok Sabha. ___

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