Indian Constitution Fundamental Duties Quiz

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What is the maximum term duration for the President of India?

7 years

Who among the following is eligible to participate in the election of the President of India?

All of the above

If neither the President nor the Vice-President is available, who acts as the President according to the text?

Chief Justice of India

What is the minimum age requirement for a person to be eligible for the office of the President of India?

45 years

Who has the power to appoint the President of India according to the text?

Chief Justice of India

Which body impeaches the Chief Justice of India as mentioned in the text?

2/3rd majority of Parliament

Which Amendment Act added the Fundamental Duties to the Indian constitution?

42nd Amendment Act

Who elects the President of India according to the Indian constitution?

Both [A] and [B]

Which article of the Indian constitution deals with the qualification required for electors to elect the President?

Article 54

What is the main objective of Article 51 of the Indian constitution?

To fix the time for filling vacancies before the President's term expires

Which country's constitution did India borrow the concept of Fundamental Duties from?

USA

Which article of the Indian constitution states that there shall be a President of India?

Article 52

Study Notes

The President of India

  • The maximum term duration for the President of India is not specified in the Constitution, but it is a five-year term.
  • Members of the Electoral College, consisting of elected members of both Houses of Parliament and the Legislative Assemblies of the States, are eligible to participate in the election of the President.

Presidential Succession

  • If neither the President nor the Vice-President is available, the Chief Justice of India acts as the President.

Eligibility Criteria for the President

  • The minimum age requirement for a person to be eligible for the office of the President of India is 35 years.

Presidential Election

  • The President of India is elected by the Electoral College, consisting of elected members of both Houses of Parliament and the Legislative Assemblies of the States.

Constitutional Provisions

  • Article 58 of the Indian Constitution deals with the qualification required for electors to elect the President.

Fundamental Duties

  • The 42nd Amendment Act added the Fundamental Duties to the Indian Constitution.

Objectives of the Constitution

  • The main objective of Article 51 of the Indian Constitution is to promote international peace and security.

Constitutional Influences

  • India borrowed the concept of Fundamental Duties from the Soviet Union's constitution.

The Office of the President

  • Article 52 of the Indian Constitution states that there shall be a President of India.

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