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28 August, 2016

MCQ GK DOZE : Indian Polity and Constitution : Articles and Parts

Dear Job Aspirants,
Indian Constitution is the world's Longest written Constitution containing 448 articles and 25 parts at present. Initially when the Constitution of India was adopted, there were only 398 articles and 22 parts. Due to adoptation of new Amendment Act various other articles were added to the original article list and thus total article at present is raise to 448. In future with the adoption of  new Amendment Act other newer articles will may be added to the Constitution of India. These all articles are broadly divided into 25 parts at present. Each parts contains several articles. All the articles in any part may reflect a specific issue. For examples part 1 of Indian constitution contains four articles mentioning about The Union and it's territory I.e. these articles deals with 29 States of India and seven union territories, their physical geography, name and other related concerns. Simily part III of the Constitution contains 25 articles deals with provisions and rules of Fundamental Right of Indian Citizen. Thus different parts of the Constitution may deal with different topics and provision. In this MCQ page we will discuss few facts and Important questions from Parts and Articles of the Constitution. let's try to solve following MCQ GK on articles of Indian Constitution.
1. How many articles and parts are there in the Constitution of India at present?
a. 398 articles and 25 parts
b. 448 articles and 25 parts
c. 398 articles and 22 parts
d. 448 articles and 22 parts

27 August, 2016

MCQ GK DOZE : Indian Polity and Constitution : Basic Info.

Dear Job Aspirants
Constitutions of any country is a set of fundamental principals and rules, which is applied to state or other governing or non governing bodies so as to govern the country efficiently and correctly. During the period of Indian Independence The Cabinet Mission Plan which proposed to form a constitutional Assembly so so to frame the Constitution for India. Accordingly the Constitution of India was framed and thus adopted from 26, January 1950. The Constitution of Indian is consist of a Preamble, 445 Article divided into 22 Parts and 12 Schedules. The Constitution also contains articles for various National Identities like national flag, National Emblem, National Anthem, National Song, National Animal, And all other national Identities. So let's discuss few basic MCQ on Indian Constitution.
1. The tricolour flag of India is adopted as national flag in which of the date?
a. 26 January 1949
b. 26 January 1950
c. 9 December 1946
d. 24 July 1947

26 August, 2016

MCQ GK DOZE : Indian Polity and Constitution - Sources of Indian Constitution

Dear Job Aspirants
After Independence a constitutional Assembly was made to formulate the Constitution of Independent India. There were various committees in the constituent Assembly for formulating Constitution of India. During the period of Drafting of the Constitution, the Drafting committee  headed by BR Ambedkar try to formulate a best Constitution for India. They had studies  Constitutions of various countries of the world. Thus During the period of Drafting of Indian Constitution many provisions were imported from other constitutions and a new Indian construction was made. The Indian Constitution so made is the largest written Constitution of the world. In this MCQ GK- DOZE we will see the what are the provisions of our Constitution were borrowed from other constitutions.
1. Single citizenship Provision of Indian Constitution is borrowed from which of the following Country?
a. UK
b. USA
c. Canada
d. Franch

MCQ GK DOZE: Geography: Universe and Solar System - page 5

Dear job Aspirants,
continuing with universe and Solar Syatem in this 5 the page we will continue out discussion on important facts about various planets and Satellite of our solar Syatem. As we all know our solar system is comprises is 8 planets among whom four planners nearer to Sun is called inner planner and 4 planet far from sun are called outer planet. In this MCQ page we will mainly focus on inner planets, theirs characteristics and notable facts. Let's have a look..!

1. Which of the following planet is the hotest planet of our solar Syatem?
a. Mercury
b. Jupiter
c. Mars
d. Venus

MCQ GK DOZE: Geography :Universe and Solar System - Page 4

Dear Aspirants,
In last three pages we have discussed various Questions from solar system, the sun, theory of Universe and Galaxy. In this page we will look into various planes of the solar system, their physical orientation, there Environments, Size Physical Condition and more. In our solar system there are Eight planets and each of them are very different in terms of physical appearance, in terms of environmental condition, in terms of life sustainability etc. Let's go in depth and explore unrevealed facts of planets of our solar system.

1. How many planets are their in our solar system?
a. 7
b. 8
c. 9
d. 10

How to prepare for SSC CHSL ? CHSL Preparation Tips and Tricks

Dear SSC CHSL Aspirants,

Combined Higher secondary Level examination Conducted by Staff Selection Commission of India is very popular and most competitive examinations among all 10+2 level examinations. Every year Laks of Indian youngster apply for SSC CHSL examination and make their career as Data Entry Operator or as Lower Divisional Clark in various central government departments, offices or as Sorting Assistant/sorting Assistant in Indian Postal service.

If you are preparing for SSC CHSL 2016 then it is obvious that many a time you came across many questions in your mind. Those may encludes how to start preparing for SSC CHSL or you may thinking about best tips and tricks for the examination so as to crack the examination easily. Or many a time you may also thinking what may be the strategies that the successful candidate follow and thus selected for SSC CHSL examination.
Don't worry, we will here guide you the best way of preparation for SSC CHSL examination, we will also provide you the best tips and tricks for SSC CHSL examination, we will also help you to build besic necessites or requirements for SSC CHSL examination. In this post we will try to cover every aspect of preparation for SSC CHSL examination so that  aspirants we be benefited as much. For aspirants ease we will discuss various aspects of SSC CHSL 

examination in different sections. This post  contains following sections

1. SSC CHSL Examination Details

2. CHSL Exam Pattern and Syllabus

3. Pre requirements for SSC CHSL exam preparations

4. SSC CHSL Exam preparation Strategies and Plans

5. Time management during examination

MCQ GK DOZE: Indian History : Vedic Period Page 2

Dear SSC Aspirants
Continuing with Vedic age civilisation and Vedic calture and literature, in this second page on Vedic period we will look into various Vedic Literatures. During the period of 1500 BC - 600 BC Various Vedic Literatures were developed. Vedic Literatures were comprised of various vedas, Brahmanas, Aranyaks and Upanishad. In this MCQ series we will try to explore various Questions based on Vedas and other Vedic Literatures developed and produced by Aryans. Let's have a look

1. Which of the following is not the part of Vedic Literatures?
a. The Samhitas
b. The Upanishad
c. The Mahabharata
d. The Brahamans
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