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Updated: Sep 25, 2021


(1) The Universal Declaration of Human Rights has adopted by the –––––––– on 10th December 1948.

(a) Security Council.

(b) General Assembly.

(c) Trusteeship Council.

(d) International Court of Justice.

(2) Article 1 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (1966) deals with –––––.

(a) Right to self determination.

(b) Right to development.

(c) Right to Peace.

(d) None of above.

(3) Right to equal pay for equal work is a –––––––

(a) Civil and political Right.

(b) Economic, social and cultural right.

(c) Fundamental right.

(d) None of above.

(4) At present the implementation machinery/agencies of Human Rights under European Convention of Human Rights is/are ––––––.

(a) European Commision of Human Rights.

(b) European court of Human Rights.

(c) Both (a) and (b).

(d) None of above.

(5) Prohibition of slavery, slave trade, servitude, forced or compulsory labour is a ––––––.

(a) Fundamental Right.

(b) Civil and political right.

(c) Economic, social and cultural right.

(d) Both (a) and (b).

(6) World Conference an Human Rights also known as Vienna conference was held in the year –––––.

(a) 1993

(b) 1992

(c) 1991

(d) 1994

(7) The African charter on Human and People's Rights, 1981 is also known as –––––––.

(a) Bagoto charter

(b) Banjul charter

(c) Both of above

(d) None of above.

(8) National Commission for Scheduled castes and Scheduled Tribes is established under –––––––.

(a) Article 330 of Indian Constitution.

(b) Article 338 of Indian Constitution.

(c) Protection of Civil Rights Act, 1955.

(d) The Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes

(Prevention of Atrocities) Act, 1989.

(9) Who can be the chairperson of National Human Rights Commission ?

(a) Retired Judge of Supreme Court.

(b) Retired judge of High Court.

(c) Attorney General of India.

(d) Advocate General of India.

(10) The Third generation Human Rights are called as ––––––

(a) Civil and Political Rights.

(b) Collective Rights.

(c) Economic, social and cultural rights.

(d) Fundamental rights.

(11) The Constitution of National Human Rights Commission is provided under section –––– of the protection of Human Rights Act, 1993.

(a) 3

(b) 4

(c) 5

(d) 6

(12) Right to Peace is a –––––––––––.

(a) Collective Right.

(b) Civil and Political Right.

(c) Economic, social and cultural Right.

(d) None of above.

(13) UNICEF is an organisation which deals with –––

(a) Worker's/Labour's welfare.

(b) Children's welfare.

(c) Women's welfare.

(d) Refugee's welfare.

(14) Human Rights is a subject of ––––– law

(a) Civil

(b) International

(c) Contractual

(d) None of above.

(15) Right to education is a ––––––.

(a) Fundamental Right.

(b) Directive Principle of state policies.

(c) Human Right.

(d) All the above.


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