The Citizenship Quiz With Answers

Citizenship Quiz

Question 1: Indian citizenship cannot be obtained by __________.

(A) Birth

(B) Naturalization

(C) Absorbing any part of land

(D) Depositing money in Indian Banks

View Answer
(D) Depositing money in Indian Banks

Question 2: Which country accepted the policy of Dual Citizenship?

(A) India

(B) Canada

(C) Australia

(D) U.S.A.

View Answer
(D) U.S.A.

Question 3: Who among the following is not eligible for registering as overseas citizen of India cardholder under the Citizenship Amendment Act, 2015?

(A) A minor child whose parents are an Indian citizen

(B) Spouse of foreign origin of an Indian citizen

(C) Indian who migrated to Pakistan after partition

(D) A great grandchild of a person who is a citizen of another country but whose grandparents were a citizen of India at the time of commencement of the Constitution

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(C) Indian who migrated to Pakistan after partition

Question 4: Who/Which of the following is competent to prescribe condition for acquisition of citizenship?

(A) Election Commission

(B) President

(C) Parliament and State Legislatures jointly

(D) Parliament

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(D) Parliament

Question 5: The citizenship provided by the Constitution of India is __________.

(A) Dual citizenship

(B) Single citizenship

(C) Both of the above

(D) None of the above

View Answer
(B) Single citizenship

Question 6: Who among the following has the exclusive power of determining the issue of citizenship in India?

(A) The Parliament

(B) The President

(C) Central Government

(D) State Government

View Answer
(A) The Parliament

Question 7: Which one of the following features of citizenship in India is correct?

(A) Dual Citizenship of the State and Nation

(B) Single Citizenship of a State

(C) Single Citizenship of whole of India

(D) Dual Citizenship of India and another Country

View Answer
(C) Single Citizenship of whole of India

Question 8:Consider the following statements.

  1.  Article 371 A to 371 I were inserted in the Constitution of India to meet regional demands of Nagaland, Assam, Manipur, Andhra Pradesh, Sikkim, Mizoram, Arunachal Pradesh, and Goa.
  2. The Constitution of India and the United States of America envisage a dual policy (The Union and the States) but single citizenship.
  3. A Naturalized citizen of India can never be deprived of his citizenship.

Which of the statement given above is/are correct? 

(A) 1, 2 and 3

(B) 1 and 3

(C) Only 3

(D) Only 1

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(D) Only 1

Question 9: How many years does a person of Indian origin need to reside in India to become a citizen of India under the Citizenship Act, 1955?

(A) 5 years

(B) 3 years

(C) 7 years

(D) 10 years

View Answer
(C) 7 years