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1. Which Articles of Indian Constitution are
related to citizenship? [UPPSC 2020]
(a) Article 3 to 10
(b) Article 4 to 11
(c) Article 5 to 11
(d) Article 6 to 11
2. In which part of the Constitution of
India we find the provisions relating to
citizenship? [IAS (Pre) 2018]
(a) Part I (b) Part II
(c) Part III (d) Part IX
3. Which of the following is not a
condition for becoming a citizen of
India?
(a) Birth
(b) Descent
(c) Acquiring property
(d) Naturalisation
4. Which country accepted the policy of
Dual Citizenship?
(a) India (b) Canada
(c) Australia (d) USA
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5. Which one among the following has
the power to regulate the right of
citizenship in India?
(a) The Union Cabinet
(b) The Parliament
(c) The Supreme Court
(d) The Law Commission
6. Who can acquire the Indian
citizenship by naturalisation?
(a) Foreigners (b) NRI
(c) Overseas Indians (d) All of these
7. What is the meaning of Domicile
according to Indian Constitution?
(a) Temporary home
(b) Permanent home
(c) Home in different country
(d) Home in enemy country
8. Every person shall be a citizen of India
who has migrated from Pakistan to India
before ……… and since then have been
originally residing in India.
(a) 19th July, 1948 (b) 19th July, 1949
(c) 19th July, 1950 (d) 19th July, 1951
9. ‘AADHAR’ is a programme
(a) to help senior citizens.
(b) to provide nutritional support to
adolescent woman.
(c) to train people for social defence.
(d) to provide identity to Indian residents.
10. Indian citizenship is lost when
(a) a person acquires a foreign
citizenship.
(b) the person renounces the citizenship.
(c) the government deprives a person of
citizenship for some cause.
(d) All of the above
11. Who among the following can become
citizen of India under the Constitution?
(a) A person domiciled in India
(b) A person born in India
(c) A person whose parents were born in
India
(d) All of the above
12. If a person wants to acquire a citizenship
of India through naturalisation, he must
fulfil which of the following conditions?
(a) Renounces his citizenship of the other
country.
(b) He is of a good character.
(c) After naturalisation he wants to
reside in India.
(d) All of the above
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13. The detailed provisions regarding
acquisition and termination of Indian
citizenship are contained in the
Citizenship Act which was passed by
(a) the Indian Parliament in 1955
(b) the Indian Parliament in 1950
(c) the British Parliament is August 1948
(d) the constituent Assembly in 1949
14. A person will lose his citizenship, if
[CGPSC 2013]
(a) he voluntarily surrenders his
citizenship.
(b) the government withdraws his
citizenship.
(c) he voluntarily accepts citizenship of
another country.
(d) All of the above
15. Citizenship cannot be terminated
(a) when there is emergency.
(b) when there is war.
(c) when there are elections.
(d) when it can be terminated regardless
of conditions.
16. Which one of the following features of
citizenship in India is correct?
[UPPSC 2014]
(a) Dual citizenship of the state and the
nation.
(b) Single citizenship of the state.
(c) Single citizenship of whole India.
(d) Dual citizenship of India and another
country

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