Fundamental Rights and Duties Objective Type Questions & Answers

Hi Everyone!! This article will share Fundamental Rights and Duties Objective Type Questions & Answers.

In one of my previous posts, I have shared the Objective Type Questions & Answers of Indian Constitution – A Revelation so, you can check this post as well.

Fundamental Rights and Duties Objective Type Questions & Answers

Question 1: Choose the correct answer:

(a) Right to Education was enforced in the year………

i. 2007
ii. 2008
iii. 2009
iv. 2010

(b) ………….empowers the Supreme Court to issue orders or writs to enforce the fundamental rights.

i. Right Against Exploitation
ii. Right To Freedom
iii. Right To Equality
iv. Right To Constitutional Remedies

(c) …………….is prohibited by the Right against Exploitation.

i. Teaching in religious institutions
ii. Export of electrical goods
iii. Following any religion
iv. Human Trafficking

(d) Which fundamental right prohibits the employment of children below the age of 14 years?

i. Right to freedom of religion
ii. Right to equality
iii. Right against exploitation
iv. Right to freedom

(e) Which of the following title is not being abolished under the right to equality?

i. Raja
ii. Maharaja
iii. Rai Bahadur
iv. Professor

(f) Which of the following helps to protect all the other fundamental rights?

i. Right against exploitation
ii. Right to freedom of religion
iii. Right to freedom
iv. Right to constitutional remedies

(g) Which of the following is a fundamental duty?

i. to establish your own educational institutions
ii. to protect the sovereignty, unity and integrity of our nation
iii. to work without payment or very less payment
iv. to form groups and associations

Question 2: Fill in the blanks:

(a) Developing scientific temper, humanism, spirit of inquiry and reform is a Fundamental Duty.
(b) The term ‘human rights’ was announced by the UN General Assembly in 1948.
(c) Minorities are allowed to conserve their culture through the formation of religious and educational institutions.
(d) Right to Education guarantees free and compulsory education to children between four to sixteen years of age.
(e) 33% seats have been reserved for women in the local self governing bodies.

Question 3: Match the columns.

Column AColumn B
a. If we are allowed to study,i. we should let others enjoy the rides too.
b. If we are allowed to pray in a church, temple or mosqueii. we should obey the rules of the school and maintain discipline.
c. If we are allowed to move freely in a parkiii. we shouldn’t hurt others’ feelings.
d. Right to freedom of expressioniv. we should let others pray the way they wish to.
Answer: a-ii, b-iv, c-i, d-iii

Question 4: Write True or False:

(a) Fundamental rights and duties should go hand in hand – True
(b) At present Indian citizen enjoys ten fundamental rights – False
(c) All religions are considered equal in India – True
(d) The constitution has abolished the practice of untouchability – True
(e) No community has the right to establish its own educational institutions – False
(f) Practising untouchability in any form is a crime – True
(g) It is our duty to protect public property – True
(h) People don’t have freedom to reside and settle in any part of our country – False

Question 5: Name the following:

(a) Bonded labour, people begging for alms.

Answer: Beggar

(b) Protection provided by the government against any exploitation. 

Answer: Constitutional remedies. 

(c) Buying and selling of human beings. 

Answer: Trafficking

(d) Rights of an individual or a group that is necessary for the existence of a just and equal society. 

Answer: Human rights.

Question 6: Match the columns.

Column AColumn B
a. Right to freedom of religioni. speech and expression
b. Right to equalityii. can go to the courts of rights are denied
c. Right to Constitutional Remediesiii. equal treatment to all citizens
d. Right to freedomiv. Free to religion of choice
Answer: a-iv, b-iii, c-ii, d-i

So, these were Fundamental Rights and Duties Objective Type Questions & Answers.