Prelims Daily

2nd December 2019 | Prelims Daily with Previous Year Questions

Dear students,

1. In the comments section, share your score and also let everyone know the logic you’ve used to mark certain answers. This will trigger intelligent discussions benefitting everyone.

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Khiran Kumar
7 months ago

4 of 5 questions answered correctly

You have reached 4 of 5 points, (80%)

Hari Om Jadam
7 months ago

4 of 5 questions answered correctly

Arya Singh
7 months ago

3 of 5 questions answered correctly

You have reached 3 of 5 points, (60%)

Annie 1
7 months ago

Hello Team,
I have a doubt on answer 2.
I know Fundamental Duties are not enforceable by themselves unlike Fundamental Rights, but FDs are enforceable by law.
Lakshmikant Chapter 9 says:
“Moreover, there is no legal sanction against their violation. However, the Parliament is free to enforce them by suitable legislation. ”
Another section in same chapter by the name “Verma Committee Observations” also gives examples laws made to enforce FDs
Can you please help me in resolving this doubt?

Annie 1
7 months ago
Reply to  Swati G L

Ok i got it now, thanks Team CD for clarifying.

Yash M
6 months ago