5.5  Multiple Choice Questions :

1.  Every citizen of India can approach the _____________ if they believe that their fundamental rights.
(a) Supreme Court            (b) District court        (c) Consumer court          (d) High court

2.  _____________ provides every citizen the fundamental right to life.
(a) Article 21               (b) Article 22              (c) Article 23            (d) Article 24

3.  Decisions on a very large number of issues can be taken by ______________ .
(a)  Courts                  (b) Leaders                 (c) People             (d) Governor

4.  The fundamental rights are protected by the ______________ .
(a) Leaders                      (b) People               (c) Courts              (d) Governor

5.  The court that most people interact with is ____________ .
(a) District Court            (b) High court         (c) Supreme Court            (d) Consumer court

6.  The highest court in a state is ______________ .
(a) District  court          (b) Supreme Court            (c) Consumer court            (c) High Court

7.  The Supreme Court is situated at _______________ .
(a) Panaji                (b) Mumbai                (c) New Delhi                (d) Maharashtra

8.  A District judge presides over the _____________ .
(a) High Court           (b) District Court                (c) Supreme Court        (d) Consumer court

9.  ____________   protects against partial decisions for the Independence of the judiciary.
(a) Indian constitution          (b) Parliament                (c) High Court       (d) District court

10.  ______________ is the top most court in India.
(a) Supreme Court        (b) High Court                     (c) District Court          (d) Consumer court

11.  The decisions made by the Supreme Court are ________ on all other courts in India.
(a) Binding               (b) Holding                  (c) Following      (d) Final

12.  Once appointed it is very difficult to remove a _____________.
(a) President               (b) Judge                       (c) Minister                  (d) Vice president

13.  Dowry deaths fall with what is considered a crime against _________.
(a) The society             (b) The poor                 (c) The rich               (d) The downtrodden

14.  On December 2, 1980, Sudha Goel died in hospital due to _________.
(a) Burns                 (b) Wounds              (c) Fracture             (d) Accident

15.  A new civil law was passed to protect women against domestic violence in _________.
(a) 2004                       (b) 2007                  (c) 2006                (d) 2008

16.  Every citizen has a right to justice through the _________.
(a) Courts             (b) President                (c) Government         (d) Consumer right

Answers :
1.(a)        2.(a)       3.(a)       4.(c)        5.(a)        6.(c)           7.(c)       8.(b)
9.(a)     10.(a)      11.(a)     12.(b)      13.(a)      14.(a)         15.(c)      16.(a)  .