IV. FUNDAMENTAL DUTIES (FDs)
1. The concept of FDs are borrowed from the Constitution of — Russia
2. Which Committee recommended for the inclusion of FDs into the Constitution? —– Sardar Swaran Singh
3. The FDs under the Indian Constitution are provided by —- An Amendment to the Constitution
4. FDs are applicable to all —- Citizens
5. The FDs of the Indian citizens were —- Added to the Constitution by 42nd Amendment (11.12.1976)
6. The FDs of Indian citizens were incorporated in the Constitution in —- 1976
7. FD demands to —– Abide by the Constitution
8. This is not a FD. —– Not to indulge in corrupt practice
9. For the breach of FD, an action —- cannot be initiated in any Court

10. What is the remedy available for the breach of FDs under the Constitution? —– Filing writ petition
11. FDs were incorporated in the Constitution to —– curb subversive and unconstitutional activities
12. The FDs of citizens —— are contained in Part IV-A of the Constitution
13. Which one of the following is being included in the Part IV-A of the Constitution? —– FDs
14. FDs are enshrined under _____ Part of the Constitution. —– IV-A
15. Under which Article the FDs are enshrined under the Indian Constitution? —– 51A
16. The ratio between the length and breadth of the Indian National Flag is —– 3:2
17. Respecting our National Flag is a —– FD
18. To respect the National Flag and National Anthem is —– FDs of every citizen
19. National Song ‘Bande Matharam’ was written in 1875 by Bankimchandra Chatterjee in his novel —- Anand Math
20. India’s National Anthem ‘Jana gana mana’ was adopted by the Constituent Assembly as the National Anthem of India on

24th January 1950 and was first sung on —– 27th December, 1911
21. The National Flag of India is a horizontal tri-color of deep Saffron (Kesari-representing courage and sacrifice) at the top, White (peace and truth) in the middle and deep Green (faith and chivalry) at the bottom in equal proportion and in the center Wheel (representing progression) was adopted by the Constituent Assembly of India on —– 22.07.1947
22. The protection and improvement of environment including forest and wildlife of the country is enshrined in —– FDs & DPSP
23. The duty to protect and improve the environment is enshrined under the Article —- 51A (g)
24. Which of the following is a FD of an Indian citizen? —- To develop scientific temper
25. What is the main sanction behind the FDs? —- Legal
26. Which FD has been wrongly listed as a duty of Indian citizen as outlined in Article 51A? —- To practice family planning and control population
27. By what Amendment and with Year ‘Child education is compulsory between ages of 06-14 years’? —- 86th and 2002

28. Obligation of the parents / guardian to provide opportunities for the education to their children between 6 to 14 years of age is —- FDs
29. Which one of the following is / are FDs? —- To uphold and protect the sovereignty of India, To safeguard the public property & To protect and improve environment
30. The FDs cannot be enforced by writs, they can be promoted by _____ method. —- Constitutional
31. The original text of the Constitution doesn’t contain FDs, however it is inserted by way of ____ Amendment. —— 42nd
32. The 42nd Amendment introduced —- FDs
33. It is the duty of every citizen if India to promote harmony and the spirit of common brotherhood amongst all people of India under Article —- 51A (e)
34. FD under Article 51A (k) was inserted to the Constitution by ____ Amendment Act, 2002. —— 86th
35. FDs refers to —– (i) Ideals of the national struggle & (ii) Defend the country and render national service
36. Consider the following statements – The FDs provided in Constitution are (As per Article 51A) —— (i) To protect the sovereignty, unity and integrity of India & (ii) To protect andimprove the natural environment including forests, lakes, rivers and wild life 

37. The purpose of FD is to —- Develop scientific temper