CBSE Questions for Class 9 Civics Democratic Rights Quiz 1 -

"Indian people follow the different religious practices." This statement is suited for which one of the following rights ?
  • Right to religious freedom
  • Right to equality
  • Right to freedom
  • Right to education and cultural
According to Dr B.R. Ambedkar, which of the following is the 'heart' and 'soul' of our Constitution?
  • The Preamble
  • Right to Equality
  • Right against Exploitation
  • Right to Constitution Remedies
The Government of India enacted the law of "Right to information" Act in.
  • October, $$2005$$
  • November, $$2006$$
  • December, $$2007$$
  • January, $$2008$$
Right to religion in India is a ______________.
  • Civil right
  • Political right
  • Economic right
  • Fundamental right
Which one is not correctly matched?
  • Freedom of speech and expression - Include freedom of press
  • Freedom of conscience - Include right to wear and carry kirpans by Sikhs
  • Right to Personal liberty - Include right to carry on any trade or business
  • Right to Equality - Include principles of natural justice
Right to Freedom of Religion in India is a _____.
  • Civil right
  • Political right
  • Economic right
  • Fundamental right
Freedom of religion means ____________.
  • All citizens are free to practise their religion
  • The State is free to sponsor any religion
  • Religious education can be given by the State under the Constitution
  • The government is free to make appointments on the basis of religion
The fundamental right that is regarded as "heart and soul" of our Constitution is ________________.
  • Right to Equality
  • Right to Constitutional Remedies
  • Right to Religion
  • Right to Cultural and Educational Freedom
Suppose a legislation was passed by the Parliament imposing certain restrictions on newspapers. These included page ceiling, price and advertisements. The legislation is included in the Ninth Schedule to the Constitution of India. In this context, which one among the following statements is correct?
  • The legislation is invalid as it violates the freedom of Press
  • The legislation is valid by virtue of Article 31 B
  • The legislation is invalid as it imposes unreasonable restrictions under Article 19(2) of the Constitution
  • The legislation is valid as the Press is not a citizen under Articles 19 of the Constitution
Which of the following Fundamental Rights is also available to a foreigner on the soil of India?
  • Equality of opportunity in the matter of public employment
  • Freedoms of movement, residence and profession
  • Protection from discrimination on grounds only of religion, race, caste or sex
  • Protection of life and personal liberty against action without authority of law
The article that stipulates that all minorities shall have the right to establish educational institutions of their choice__________.
  • Article 27
  • Article 28
  • Article 29
  • Article 30
Who can seek information from government under "right to information Act"?
  • Any Citizen
  • Only government officials
  • Only elected members of Loksabha
  • Only elected members of Vidhan Sabha
The article that provides the right to the minorities to conserve their language and culture is ______.
  • Article 27
  • Article 28
  • Article 29
  • Article 30
Which one of the following Articles provide equality of opportunity in matters of public employment in India?
  • Article 14
  • Article 15
  • Article 16
  • Article 17
Who can seek information from government under "Right to information Act"?
  • Any Indian Citizen
  • Only Government Officials
  • Only elected members of Loksabha
  • Only elected members of Vidhan Sabha
Untouchability has been abolished and its practice is forbidden by _____. 
  • Article 14
  • Article 15
  • Article 16
  • Article 17
The article that prohibits the employment of children in dangerous work is _____.
  • Article 19
  • Article 21
  • Article 23
  • Article 24
India's Constitution has specifically ensured cultural justice for the minorities through __________________.
  • Preamble
  • Fundamental Rights
  • Directive Principles of State Policy
  • Free Elections
Which article of the Indian Constitution is regarded as the Soul of Indian Constitutions?
  • Art.$$21$$
  • Art.$$31$$
  • Art.$$19$$
  • Art.$$32$$
Since when the 'Right to Information Act' was implemented in India?
  • September $$12, 2005$$
  • October $$12, 2005$$
  • November $$19, 2005$$
  • December $$19, 2005$$
The correct meaning of the freedom of expression is _______________.
  • Right to express ideas freely
  • Freedom to form political parties.
  • Freedom of leaders.
  • Freedom to campaign.
The Right to freedom that is mentioned in the Indian Constitution is ______________.
  • Freedom to form association and union
  • Ban trade unions
  • Reside in one part of the country
  • Practice of single profession
The most fundamental principle of democracy is _______________.
  • Economic equality.
  • Political equality.
  • Social equality
  • None of these
Fundamental rights or basic human rights are _____.
  • Guaranteed to its citizens
  • Guaranteed to aliens
  • Guaranteed to all tourists
  • None of these
What is the main objective of "Right to Information Act"?
  • Transparency of government
  • Reduce inequalities
  • Maintenance of law and order
  • Social justice
Freedom to hold meetings is important to _______________.
  • Mobilize public support to a cause
  • Lead public disorder
  • Motivate leaders
  • Resolve personal issues
The correct meaning of equality of opportunity is ______________.
  • Equal employment opportunity
  • Political equality
  • Absence of constraints
  • Non-Interference into individual affairs
'Human Trafficking' means ________________.
  • Buying and selling of human beings
  • Childrens going abroad
  • Looking into the working condition of prisoners
  • Traffic rules governed by citizens
Right to Equality implies ___________________.
  • Indiscrimination of citizen against religion, caste, ethnicity etc
  • Discrimination against the people
  • Issues related to the minorities
  • Religious privileges to the people
Everyone should be equal in the eyes of __________.
  • King.
  • Ruler.
  • Law.
  • President.

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