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l. The Constitutio - -
n of ...... has some distinct and unique features as compared to other constitutions to the world.
(a) America .
(c) China (“”1“
. (d) all of these.
2. Indian constitution can be called the largest written constitution in the world because of its contents
3. ........... expressed in the constituent assembly, "while we want the constitution to be as solid and permanent
as we can make it (a) Rajendra Prasad ' ‘ (b) Dr. BR. Ambedkar (c) Pandit Nehru (d) all of these. 4. .............. the Chairman of the Drafting Committee puts it,_ the framers had tried to accumulate and
accommodate the best features of other constitutions, keeping in view the peculiar problems and needs of
our country. (a) Pandit Nehru (b) Dr. BR. Ambedkar (c)Rajendra Prasad (d) All of these 5. The constitution is the directive principles of ...............
(a) State policy (b) National policy
(a)Intemational policy (d) All of these
6. The constitution of state is that body of rules.
(a) False (b) True
7. Constitution is a code of rules
(b) False (a)True 8 Planned economies are not impervious to market forces and business cycles.
(a)False 03) True " Frans . . .
mo. 9' Coachman u a code ofﬂdﬂ Which aspires to regulate the allocation of functions.
in“ (a) False (1)) True 10. The constitution of India is neither purely rigid nor purely ﬂexible
(a)Tme (b) False —_______________——— 2.9 Review Questions ___________________————— Write the object of directive principles. Directive principles for international peace. What are directive principles of state policy? W is regulatory environment? What is a planned economy? WWplacecwldtherebetostartlooking fortheesscnceofthe Constitution?
What is regulatory environment and government’s policy? Describe peculiar features of Indian federalisrn/constinrtion Explain the parliamentary system of government. 10. Deﬁne constinrtional environment of business. PPH9P§PPF Answers for Self Assumed Questions
1. (b) 2.(a) 3.(c) 4.(b) 5.(a)
6. (b) 7.(a) 8.(a) 9.(b) 10.(a) ...
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