Indian Constitution Questions for Haryana Judiciary Exam

 Aspirants preparing for the Haryana Civil Judge Exam must be aware of the Indian Constitution, as there will be questions on this topic in the exam.

Most of you might be worrying about what type of questions can be asked in the exam and the difficulty level of the questions?indecision

Well, this post shall guide you through important Indian Constitution Questions for Haryana Judiciary Exam.

Important Constitution of India Questions for HJS Exam

Here are a few questions based on the Indian Constitution picked from the previous year's Haryana Judiciary Exam Question Papers. 

Q. Which of the following cases is related to the Constitutionality of the Right to death?

  1. Maneka Gandhi v. Union of India
  2. Gian Kaur v. State of Punjab
  3. A.K. Gopalan v. Union of India
  4. Kharak Singh v. State of U.P.

Q. The President of India can be impeached on the ground of 

  1. Incapacity
  2. proved misbehaviour
  3. embezzlement of funds
  4. violation of the Constitution

Important Questions for Haryana Judiciary Exam

Q. While a proclamation of emergency is in operation, the State Government

  1. Cannot legislate
  2. Can legislate on the subjects in the state list
  3. Can legislate only on subjects in the concurrent list
  4. Is suspected

Q. "Catch up" rule established by the Supreme Court of India relates to which of the following Article of the Constitution?

  1. Article 14
  2. Article 16 (4)
  3. Article 15 (4)
  4. Article 16 (4A)

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Q. "Autre Fois Acquit" principle is related to:

  1. Retrospective - operators
  2. Double Jeopardy
  3. Ex-Post Facto Law
  4. Self-incrimination

Q. Which out of the following is not a right covered by Art.21 of the Constitution?

  1. Right to Health
  2. Right to Education
  3. Right to safe drinking water
  4. Right to strike

Q. Which of the following is not a fundamental right?

  1. Right to equality
  2. Right to form association or union
  3. Right to strike
  4. Right against exploitation

Q. In which of the following cases, Articles 368 and 31-B read with schedule IX of Constitution of India, has been discussed?

  1. I.R. Coelho v. State of Tamil Nadu
  2. Sanghmitra Ghosh v. Kajal Kumar Ghosh
  3. Ramdas v. State of Maharashtra
  4. None of the above

Q. "The Constitution establishes a System of Government which is almost quasi-federal." This was a statement of

  1. Sir Ivor Jennings
  2. Prof. K.C. Wheare
  3. Dr B.R. Ambedkar
  4. Dr Rajendra Prasad

Q. Right to form association includes:

  1. Right not to be a member of an association
  2. Right to get recognition of an association
  3. Both 
  4. None of the above

Tips to Remember Schedules of the Indian Constitution

There are 12 schedules in the Indian Constitution. Most of you might face difficulty remembering all these schedules.

We have provided simple techniques to remember Indian Constitution for the HJS exam to ease your preparation.


T - Territories

E - Emoluments

A - Affirmations

R - Rajya Sabha

S - Scheduled Areas

O - Other Areas

F - Federal Structure

O - Official languages

L - land Reforms

D - Defection laws

P - Panchayat

M - Municipality


How many schedules are there in Indian Constitution?

There are 12 schedules in the Indian Constitution, and these schedules help categorise bureaucratic activity and government policy.

Do really solving previous year papers will help me score better in the Haryana Judiciary Exam?

Yes. Solving previous year papers will help improve your time management skills, speed, and accuracy in the final exam and that would definitely help you score good marks in the exam.

Which is the best book for preparing Constitution of India for Haryana Judiciary Exam?

Introduction to the Constitution of India by Durgadas Basu is one of the best books for preparing Constitution of India for Haryana Judiciary Exam.

Is there any recommended newspaper for Haryana judiciary Preparation?

One can read any good newspaper for Current Affairs preparation. Usually, The Hindu is preferred by judiciary exam aspirants due to its precise and concise articles.

How long does it take for Haryana Judiciary Preparation for prelims exam?

The preparation of the exam depends on a few things including, time dedicated for preparation, resource material for reference, clarity of concepts, etc. However, with proper preparation strategy, you can easily prepare for the exam in 2-3 months.