HomeQuizzes & SurveysCSEET Test Series Free – Legal Aptitude – Constitution of India CSEET Test Series Free – Legal Aptitude – Constitution of India CSEET Test Series Free - Legal Aptitude - Constitution of India Part 1 CSEET Test Series Free These MCQs are based on reference material of Legal Aptitude issued by ICSI. To practice more CSEET questions with answers, visit here https://deepgyan.com/cseet-mock-test-cseet-mcq-pdf-multiple-choice-questions/. On Deep Gyan we provide free CSEET Video Classes, Free CSEET Notes and CSEET Mock Test. Join our Telegram group for free Notes/Videos/MCQs of CSEET: https://t.me/deepgyancseet Please fill the following information. This will help us to avoid spam and recognize genuine CSEET students. Name Email Mobile The term 'state' is defined under Article 12 of Constitution of India Article 13 of Constitution of India Article 14 of Constitution of India Article 15 of Constitution of India The term “State” as defined under COI includes the Government and Parliament of India the Government and the Legislature of each of the States all local or other authorities all of the above The term 'law' is defined under Article 12 of Constitution of India Article 13 of Constitution of India Article 14 of Constitution of India Article 15 of Constitution of India Article 14 of the Constitution deals with Equality before the law and equal protection of the laws Prohibition of discrimination on grounds of religion etc Equality of opportunity in matters of public employment Rights Relating to Freedom Every person, whatever be his rank or position is subject to the jurisdiction of the ordinary courts. This is known as equality before the law equal protection of the laws equal protection of the citizens equal protection of the all persons (whether citizen or not) Equal protection shall be secured to all persons within the territorial jurisdiction of the Union in the enjoyment of their rights and privileges without favouritism or discrimination. This is known as equality before the law equal protection of the laws equal protection of the citizens equal protection of the all persons (whether citizen or not) The expression “the equal protection of the laws” is based on Last clause of the first section of the Fourteenth Amendment to the American Constitution English Common Law German Constitution Australian Constitution Article 14 applies to Citizens of India Only Non-Citizens of India Only all persons and is not limited to citizens can't say Article 14 applies to natural persons only artificial persons only both natural persons and artificial persons can't say The Constitution of India came into force on _________. August 15, 1947 January 26, 1947 January 26, 1950 August 15, 1950 The word _____________added by the 42nd Amendment, aims to secure to its people “justice—social, economic and political”. SOVEREIGN SOCIALIST SECULAR DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC The ________________ of State Policy, contained in __________ of the Constitution are designed for the achievement of the socialistic goal envisaged in the preamble. Directive Principles, Part IV Fundamental Principles, Part III Directive Principles, Part III Fundamental Principles, Part IV The expression ____________signifies that our government is of the people, by the people and for the people. SOVEREIGN SOCIALIST SECULAR DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC The structure of Constitution of India is Federal Unitary Central Federal with some unitary features Time is Up!