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INTERNATIONAL INDIAN SCHOOL – JEDDAH
SPL - WORK SHEET
Class VIII CH-1 - THE INDIAN CONSTITUTION
Name:… ……………………………… Sec………….. Roll No:…………
I. Fill in the blanks
1. Our constitution was adopted in _______________________
2. The chairman of the drafting committee of the constituent assembly was ________
3. Indian constitution was framed by _______________
4. ________________ refers to the existence of more than one level of government in the country.
5. The Indian constitution was enforced on _____________________
6. The Indian state has a __________________ form of government
7. The ________________ is a smaller group of people who are responsible for implementing laws and running government.
8. ______________, __________________ and ________________ are the three organs of the state.
9. There were _____________________ members in our constituent assembly.
10. Apart from the Fundamental rights, ______________ helps to ensure social and economic reforms.
II. State whether True or False (T/F)
1. At present Indian citizen enjoys ten fundamental rights ( )
2. Fundamental rights and duties should go hand in hand ( )
3. The constitution has abolished the practice of untouchability ( )
4. All religions are equally considered in India ( )
5. Indian constitution has adopted unitary form of government ( )
6. Fundamental rights are not the conscience of the Indian constitution ( )
III. Answer the following
1. Mention one characteristic of Right to Equality.
2. Write any two fundamental duties of a citizen.
3. Discuss the difference between state and government
4. Comment on the following Rights .
1. Right against Exploitation
2. Cultural and Educational Rights
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