a. all human rights are provided by the state.
B. human rights are being provided by the united nations.
c. human beings are rational beings.
d. human rights are the product of social revolutions.
a. human rights are universal.
B. human rights are subjective.
c. human rights are constitutional.
d. human rights are incontrovertible.
a. individual rights
B. collective rights
c. political rights
d. economic rights
a. inherent right
B. derogable human right
c. absolute right
d. none of the above
c. emperor ashoka
d. emperor akbar
a. thombas hobbes
B. j.j. rousseau
c. john locke
d. jermy bentham
a. article 1
B. article 3
c. article 5
d. article 6
a. human interdependence
B. european liberal tradition
c. socialist tradition
d. vedic tradition
a. on 18th march 1992
B. on 24th january 1982
c. on 20th november 1989
d. on 10th december 1999
a. world health organization
B. international labour organization
c. united nations human rights council
d. food and agricultural organisation
a. prevention of domestic violence against women
B. sexual violence against women at workplace
c. ban on the practice of female infanticide
d. promotion of educational and employment opportunities for women
d. persons with disability
a. backward classes commission
B. election commission
c. union public service commission
d. finance commission
a. branch of international law which provides protection to human beings from the consequences of armed conflicts.
B. branch of environmental law which provides protection to environment.
c. branch of international law seeking intervention in the states violating human rights of the people.
d. branch of international law providing for humanitarian assistance to the people affected by natural disasters.
a. 20 articles
B. 22 articles
c. 30 articles
d. 36 articles
a. socio-economic development of muslims
B. all round development of minorities
c. amelioration in the conditions of working women
d. decent and dignified treatment with prisoners of war
a. free and independent judiciary
B. directive principles of state policy
c. fundamental duties
d. special status to the state of jammu and kashmir
a. making human rights implementable
B. international standard setting on human rights
c. paving way for conversion of human rights into fundamental rights.
d. facilitating creation of machinery for ensuring rights to all
a. compel states to change their internal laws to include more human rights.
B. recommend and request new human rights standards for inclusion in state’s internal laws.
c. leave the matter to states as to how they deal with human rights issues.
d. look into enforcement and implementation of human rights with the states.
a. 36 hours
B. 24 hours
c. 12 hours
d. 48 hours
Each set has max 25 mcqs
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