1) 1) If a person commits an act by which death is caused to another person
and the act is done with the intention of causing death, that person is liable for
2) A person has a right of self defense to the extent of causing death to
another provided he apprehends death by the act of the latter.

Anuj went to a hardware shop owned by Akhil. Bargaining on some item led
to altercation between the two and Anuj picked up a sharp object and hit at
Akhil. When Akhil started bleeding, his wife Mridula intervened and she was
also hit by Anuj and she became unconscious. Finding himself totally
cornered, Akhil delivered a severe blow to Anuj with a sharp object. Anuj
died instantly.
Possible decisions
a) Akhil murdered Anuj.
b) Akhil killed Anuj with the intention of killing to save himself and his
C) Akhil killed Anuj without any intention to do so just to save himself
And his wife.
D) Akhil was acting in self defense and that is beyond reasonable doubt.

2. A. The fundamental right to freedom of association includes the right to form an association as well as not join an association.
B. The fundamental right to freedom of association also includes the freedom to decide with whom to
C. The fundamental right to freedom of association does not extend to the right to realize the objectives of
forming the association.
D. Fundamental rights are applicable only to laws made by or administrative actions of the State and do
not apply to actions of private persons.
E. Any law in contravention of fundamental rights is unconstitutional and therefore cannot bind any

Gajodhar Pharmaceuticals, a private company, offered an employment contract of two years to Syed Monirul
Alam. One of the clauses in the employment contract provided that Syed Monirul Alam must join Gajodhar
Mazdoor Singh (GMS), one of the trade unions active in Gajodhar Pharmaceuticals.

1. Decide which of the following propositions can be most reasonably inferred through the application of the stated legal rules to the facts of this case:
(a) The employment contract offered to Monirul Alam to join GMS is legal as it does not restrict his
freedom not to join any association.
(b) The condition requiring Monirul Alam to join GMS cannot bind him as it impinges on his freedom
not to join any association.
(c) Syed Monirul Alam cannot claim a fundamental right to freedom of association against Gajodhar
Pharmaceuticals and therefore, the contract would bind him even though his freedom of association is
(d) The employment contract infringes Syed Monirul Alam’s freedom to decide with whom to associate
and therefore is legally not enforceable.

2. If Parliament enacts a law which requires every employee to join the largest trade union in their
workplace mandating Syed Monirul Alam to join GMS, then:
(a) Such a law would merely govern private action to which fundamental rights do not apply.
(b) Such a law would not curtail any individual’s right to freedom of association.
(c) Neither the employment contract, nor the law of the parliament would be enforceable as they would
curtail the freedom of association.
(d) The law of parliament would violate an individual’s freedom not to join any association and
therefore be unconstitutional.

3. If Parliament enacts is law that requires a trade union to open its membership to all the employees, then
(a) Such a law would not infringe any fundamental right to freedom of association.
(b) The law of the parliament would curtail an individual’s right not to join any association.
(c) Such a law would curtail the union members’ right to decide with whom they would like to
(d) Such a law would render the employment contract offered by Gajodhar Pharmaceuticals to Syed
Monirul Alam unenforceable.

4. If Gajodhar Pharmaceuticals enter into an agreement with GMS wherein the former agrees to hire only
the existing members of GMS as employees, then:
(a) The agreement would be illegal as it would curtail the union members’ right to decide with whom
they would like to associate.
(b) Such an agreement would infringe the union’s right to decide with whom to associate and therefore
is legally not enforceable.
(c) The agreement would not be enforceable as it would infringe upon the employer’s right not to join
an association.
(d) The constitutionality of this agreement cannot be contested on grou

Rule: Whoever finds an unattended object can keep it unless the true owner claims that object. This does not
affect the property owner’s right to the ownership of the property on which the object is found. The right to
ownership of a property does not include the right to ownership of unattended objects on that property.

Facts: Elizabeth is the CEO of global management services company in Chennai and is on her way to Ranchi to
deliver the convocation address at India’s leading business school on the outskirts of Ranchi. Flying business
class on Dolphin Airlines, she is entitled to use the lounge owned by the airline in Chennai Airport while
waiting for her flight. She finds a diamond ear-ring on the floor of the lounge and gives it to the staff of Dolphin
Airlines expressly stating that in the event of nobody claiming the ear-ring within six months, she would claim
it back. The airline sell the ear-ring after eight months and Elizabeth files a case to recover the value of the earring
from the airline when she is informed about its sale.

5. As a judge you would order that:
(a) Elizabeth is not entitled to compensation because the ear-ring was found on the property of the
airline and therefore, the airline is entitled to sell it.
(b) The airline must compensate Elizabeth because owning the lounge does not give the airline the right
over all things that might be found on it.
(c) The airline must compensate Elizabeth because while accepting the ear-ring from Elizabeth they had
agreed to return it if nobody claimed it within six months.
(d) Elizabeth is not entitled to compensation because she did not claim the ear-ring after the expiry of
six months and the airline waited for a couple more months before selling it.

6. Assume how that Elizabeth was only an economy class passenger and was not entitled to use the
airline’s lounge. However, she manages to gain entry and finds the ear-ring in the lounge. The rest of
the above facts remain the same. Will her illegal entry into the Lounge affect Elizabeth’s right to keep
the ear-ring (or be compensated for its value)?
(a) Yes, the airline claims that Elizabeth’s entry into the lounge was illegal and therefore she has no
right over anything she found there
(b) No, because Elizabeth’s class of travel has no bearing on the outcome in this case
(c) Cannot be determined as we need to know how Elizabeth was able to access the airline’s lounge.
(d) None of the above.

7. To the original fact scenario, the following fact is added: In the lounge there are numerous signboards
which proclaim ‘Any unattended item will be confiscated by Dolphin Airlines’. In this case, you would:
(a) Order the airline to pay compensation to Elizabeth because the board in the lounge cannot grant
property rights over unattended objects to the airline.
(b) Deny Elizabeth compensation because the signboard makes it evident that the airline, as owner of
the lounge, is exercising all rights over all unattended items in the lounge and the ear-ring is one such
(c) Deny Elizabeth compensation because she knew any unattended item belonged to the airline.
(d) Order the airline to pay compensation to Elizabeth because the property rights of the airline are
relevant only if the item is unattended. The moment Elizabeth found the ear-ring, it belonged to her.

A. A minor is a person who is below the age of eighteen. However, where a guardian administers the
minor’s property the age of majority is twenty one.
B. A minor is not permitted by law to enter into a contract. Hence, where a minor enters into a contract
with a major person, the contract is not enforceable. This effectively means that neither the minor nor
the other party can make any claim on the basis of the contract.
C. In a contract with a minor, if the other party hands over any money or confers any other benefit on the
minor, the same shall not be recoverable from the minor unless the other party was deceived by the
minor to hand over money or any other benefit. The other party will have to show that the minor
misrepresented her age, he was ignorant about the age of the minor and that he handed over the benefit
on the basis of such representation.
Ajay convinces Bandita, a girl aged 18 that she would sell her land to him. Bandita’s mother Chaaru is her
guardian. Nonetheless Bandita, without the permission of Chaaru, sells the land to Ajay for a total sum of
rupees fifty lakh, paid in full and final settlement of the price. Chaaru challenges this transaction claiming the Bandita is a minor and hence the possession of the land shall not be given to Ajay. Thus Ajay is in a difficult situation and has no idea how to recover his money from Bandita.

8. Chaaru is justified in challenging the sale transaction because:
(a) Bandita is of unsound mind and is not in a position to make rational decisions.
(b) Though Bandita is eighteen year old, she will be treated as a minor, as Chaaru is her guardian.
(c) Though Bandita is eighteen year old, she cannot sell the land without the permission of her mother.
(d) Though Bandita is eighteen year old she should not be treated like a person who has attained the age
of majority.

9. Ajay can be allowed to recover the money only if he can show that:
(a) He was deceived by Bandita who misrepresented her age.
(b) He honestly believed that Bandita was empowered under the law to sell the land.
(c) He was an honest person who had paid the full price of the land to Bandita.
(d) Both (a) and (b).

10. In order to defend the sale, Bandita will need to show that
(a) Bandita has attained the age of majority.
(b) Bandita is mature enough to make rational decisions regarding her own affairs.
(c) The sale transaction was beneficial to her interest and will enhance her financial status.
(d) None of the above.

11. Which of the following is correct?
(a) Ajay should be allowed to recover the money because even though there is no contract, Bandita and
Chaaru should not be allowed to unjustly benefit from Ajay’s money.
(b) Ajay should be allowed the possession of the land because Chaaru can always decide to approve the
transaction between Ajay and Bandita.
(c) Ajay should not be allowed to recover because he induced Bandita, a minor, to sell the land.
(d) None of the above.

12. Which of the following is correct?
(a) If Ajay is allowed to recover the money, that will defeat the law framed for protecting the minors
against fraudulent persons.
(b) If Ajay is not allowed to recover that will cause him injustice as he has not paid off the entire sale
(c) If Ajay is allowed to recover, Chaaru will benefit from both the money and the land.
(d) None of the above

1. Ans. D
2. D
3. C
4. D
5. B
6. B
7. A
8. B
9. A
10. A
11. C
12. a

14. Which one of the following rights cannot be suspended during National Emergency?
(a) Right to Equality
(b) Right to Life and Personal Liberty
(c) Freedom of Religion
(d) Freedom of Speech and Expression

17. Legal Principle: A contract obtained by misrepresentation is voidable at the option of the buyer.
Factual Situation: Anand wants to sell his house. Anupama approaches him with an offer to buy the
house and Anand shows her the house. The house is not in a very good condition and visibly requires
repairs, without which it is uninhabitable. Anand does not tell anything regarding the required repairs to be
livable. Anupama purchases the house for a huge consideration. Later on when she wants to move in her
things into the house to start living she realizes the heavy repairs that the house requires urgently.
(a) Anupama will not succeed because she has to be careful about what he is purchasing in all circum
stances, unless the defects are concealed and cannot be seen or has been hidden
(b) Anupama will succeed because Anand knowingly sold the house and he should have informed - Anupama
about the condition of the house.
(c) Anupama will succeed because she would never have purchased the house in case if she was told
about the status of the house
(d) A buyer always has the option to refuse performance of his part of the contract.

18. Legal Principle: Performance of a legal duty cannot be a consideration for a promise
Factual Situation: ‘A’s wallet is stolen by a thief. ‘A’ lodges a complaint in the police station. ‘A’ promises
to pay a sum of Rs. 500 to the person who is able to apprehend the thief and get back his wallet. The
policeman’s servant ‘X’ apprehends the thief and gets back the wallet. ‘A’ refuses to pay ‘X’ the promised
Rs. 500.
Choose the correct option:
I. The servant is entitled to the reward
II. The policeman would have been entitled to the reward had he been the person to apprehend the thief
III. The policeman would be entitled to the reward even if he had not apprehended the thief
IV. The servant would not be entitled to the reward
(a) I and III (b) I only (c) I, II and IV (d) III only

19. Legal Principle — Whoever, intending to take dishonestly any movable property out of the possession of
any person without that person’s consent, moves that property in, is said to commit theft. Whoever commits
theft shall be punished with imprisonment which may extend to three years or with fine or with both.
Factual Situation — Raju sees a cell phone belonging to Ram lying on the table in Ram’s house. Raju
hides the cell phone in Ram’s house in such a place where Ram could not find it ever, due to the fear of
immediate search and detection. Raju did this with the intention of taking away the cell phone from the
hidden place when Ram forgets about and then sell it away.
Question — Is Raju guilty of theft?
(a) No
(b) No, because he merely played a prank with the friend.
(c) Yes, because Raju did not inform Ram about the place where he had hidden the cell phone.
(d) Yes becayse Raju intended to take the immovable property from Ram’s possession and with this
intention he moved the property.

20. Legal Principle — Willful rash driving is an offence.
Factual situation —‘A’ was driving his car after consuming liquor. The police booked him for willful negligent
Question—Whether the act of police is lawful?
(a) No, because ‘A’ was not driving rashly and willfully, but he was driving in drunkness.
(b) No, because this is not negligent act.
(c) yes, because A was driving rashly.
(d) Yes, because the police has power to arrest while driving rashly.

21. Legal Principle — A master will be liable for the wrongful acts of his servants in the course of employment.
Factual situation — Mrs. Nitu, an old woman had an account in a bank. Mr. Robert, her tenant used to
collect Rs. 100/- from Mrs. Nitu and deposited it every week in the account of Mrs. Nitu. Mr. Robert got a
commission from the bank for depositing that amount every week. After few months of this transaction it
was found that Mr. Robert had not deposited the amount for five months in the account and that he had run
away with that amount. Mrs. Nitu filed a suit against the bank.
Question — Is the bank liable?
(a) The bank is not liable as Mr. Robert was not an employee of the bank.
(b) The bank is not liable for the failure on part of Mrs. Nitu to check the balance in her account in time.
(c) The bank is liable as the bank paid commission. to Mr. Robert for the work he did.
(d) None of the above.

22. Legal Principle — A violation of a Legal Right, with or without damage, gives rise to a tort.
Factual Situation - ‘A’ establishes a coaching class and charge Rs. 5000/- per year as fees. ‘A’s neighbor
‘B’ establishes another coaching class thereby creating a competition; this forces ‘A’ to reduce his fees to
Rs. 3000/- per year.
Question – Can ‘A’ claim damages from ‘B’ for the loss caused to him?
(a) Yes, he can as ‘B’ has violated his Legal Right.
(b) No, ‘A’ has reduced the fees on his own
(c) No, because though there was damage there was no legal injury.
(d) None of the above

23. Legal Principle—A parent is not liable for a tort committed by his/her child except when the parent affords
the child an opportunity to commit the tort.
Factual Situation - A mother takes her 7 year old son with her to market. On reaching the market she
shuts the car ignition, pulls the handbrake and puts the car in gear. She leaves her son in the car only. The
child starts playing with the car; he releases the brakes and pushes the gear lever to neutral. As a result, the
car starts moving down the road and runs down a pedestrian.
Question — What is the liability of the mother?
(a) The Mother is not liable because she took great care to ensure that the car would remain stationery.
(b) The Mother is liable because she was negligent.
(c) The son is liable because his action caused accident.
(d) The pedestrian is liable as he should have been careful while walking on the road.

24. Legal Principle — Whoever uses force without any lawful justification is deemed to commit battery.
Factual Situation - Mary and Maya have an argument over an issue in the classroom. In order to take
revenge over this Mary tries to humiliate Maya in front of the other classmates by pulling the chair the
moment she is about to sit on the chair. Though Maya falls, she is not hurt. However she files a case against
Mary for battery.
Question — Is Mary liable?
(a) Mary is not liable because Maya was not hurt.
(b) Mary is not liable because their argument justified her action.
(c) Mary is not liable because it did not require any force


25. A’ sings obscene songs near the gate of a women’s College, what offence has he committed?
(a) Assault (b) Outraging the modesty of a women
(c) Criminal intimidation (d) Obscenity


1) The first law commission after independence was established in which year?
2) Name the first Indian to become the president of International court of justice?
3) International court of justice was established in?
4) What is the tenure of the president of International court of justice?
5) The official language of International court of Justice is.?
6) Judges of International court of justice is elected for how long.?
7) A person who constantly violets the law is called?
8) Provision of anticipatory bail has been embodied in which section of Cr.P.C?
9) Every duty enforceable by law is called?
10) When a person is to be prosecuted for committing a criminal offence, the burden of proof is
on which party?
11) Currently which High court has the highest representation of women in judiciary?
12) Legal services day is observed on?
13) Practice of having more than one husband at a time is called?
14) The first attorney general of India was?
15) The concept of public interest litigation originated in.?
16) Constitution bench of Supreme Court consist of how many judges?
17) A ‘participis criminis’ is popularly known as?
18) Doctrine of reverse burden is not applicable to a prosecution for an offence under?
19) The only chief justice of India has the distinction of becoming the president of India?
20) The “universal declaration of human rights” was adopted by the UN in which year?
21) A Hindu wife can marry immediately after divorce; where as Muslim wife can do that only
22) Copyright subsists for how many years?
23) Sometimes a person himself does not commit an offence, he helps other person, he is then
guilty of which crime?
24) Which is the highest criminal court in district?
25) Which committee was constituted by the Chief Justice of India on legal education in 1994?
26) Who is the chairman of Bar council of India’s committee on legal education?
27) Which of the following acted as highest court of appeal during the British raj?
28) Which authority designates an advocate as a ‘SENIOR ADVOCATE’?
29) Which is the India’s first state to set up a women’s High court?
30) Who was the first chairman of bar council of India?


1) 1955
2) Nagendra Singh
3) 1946
4) 3 years
5) English & French
6) 9 years
7) Habitual offender
8) 438
9) Obligation
10) Prosecution
11) Delhi
12) 9th November
13) Polyandry
14) M.C Setalavd
15) The United States
16) 5 Judges
17) Accomplice
18) Indian Penal Code
19) Justice Hidaytullah
20) 1948
21) Only after Iddat period
22) 60 years
23) Abetment
24) Sessions court
25) Justice Ahmadi committee
26) A.P Mishra
27) Privy Council
28) Supreme Court or High Court
29) Andhra Pradesh
30) M.C Setalwad

Legal knowledge
As mentioned in the curriculum no questions which require prior legal knowledge are to be asked. But still it is suggested that you must have some knowledge about the constitution of India. Most of you must have gone through CLAT 2012 paper and came to know that the questions which require legal knowledge were asked in the exam. The questions, no doubt were easy if you had some knowledge about the topic. There is no boundary or limit as to what can be asked in legal knowledge but still there are some good books which cover this section. Legal knowledge comprises of

  • Powers of the President
  • Powers of Supreme court
  • Powers of Governor of State and many more.

Here are some important points which you need to remember for the legal knowledge section.

  • Present chairperson of law commission.
  • President of India takes oath from Chief justice of Supreme Court.
  • Census takes place in every 10 years.
  • Various powers laid down in articles example article 32, article 226 etc.
  • An appeal against the Central Administrative tribunal lies to Supreme Court i.e. is powers of Supreme Court.
  • President gives his resignation to the Vice President.
  • The language of Supreme Court is only English.
  • Definition of minor.
  • Number of judges in Supreme Court.
  • Powers of chief justice.
  • Knowledge about Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha.
  • Very few and important Sections of IPC.

Legal Aptitude
1) Which section of Indian Penal Code deals with common intention?
A. Sec. 21
B. Sec. 34
C. Sec. 36
D. Sec. 54

2) What is not an essential ingredient of a valid contract?
A. Free Consent
B. Intention to create legal relations
C. Capacity
D. Contract must be in writing

3) Which of these is not a defence to tortuous liability?
A. Act of Good
B. Lack of Mens Rea
C. Necessity
D. Inevitable Accident

4) What is the meaning of term “in pari delicto”?
A. In open court
B. Both parties are at fault
C. Without the fault of any parties
D. In the times of necessity

5) Concept of “Constitutionalism” refers to …… ?
A. A written constitution
B. An inclusive constitution
C. A government of checks and balances
D. Supremacy of Constitution

6) Concept of “Mesne profits” refers to …… ?
A. Profits arising at the breach of contract
B. Profits arising during the illegal possession
C. Profits from the property of ancestors
D. Profits from incumbent property

7) Which article of Indian Constitution provides parliamentary privileges?
A. Article 74
B. Article 105
C. Article 114
D. Article 153

8) The word socialist was added in the Preamble of Constitution by?
E. 38 th Amendment
F. 42nd Amendment
G. 44th Amendment
H. 63rd Amendment

Answers. 1-B, 2-D, 3-B, 4-B, 5-C, 6-B, 7-105, 8-F

1.Where are juvenile delinquents sent?
a. Borstal
b. Asylums
c. Protective custody
d. Reformation centre.

2.All of the following words connote a prison except one
a. Tihar
b. Sing Sing
c. Gulag
d. Borough.

3.Capital offences result in
a.Sentence of death
b.Sentence of life imprisonment
c. Imprisonment over 10 yrs
d. Amputation

4.What is a caveat?
a. A warning
b. An Injunction
c. Certiorari
d. Writ.

5.What is a ‘Cognizance’?
a.Arousing judicial notice or knowledge
b.It is a crime
c. It means custody without warrant
d. It means custody with warrant.

6.Bye-law making power granted to the executive by the legislature is called
a.Delegated legislation
b.Order power
c.Prerogative power
d.Delegated authority.

7.A person who makes an affidavit or deposition is called
a. Deodand
b. Deponent
c. Denizen
d. Demesme.

8.The word ‘due process of law’ indicates
a.As ordained by statue law
b.In course of time
c. In course through courts
d. Justice by tribunals

9.The rule of evidence which forbids a person from denying the truth of some statement formerly made by him
a. Estoppel
b. Estray
c. Et seq
d. Estreat
10.Vice-President is ex-officio chairman of Rajya Sabha. ‘Officio’ means
a.Part time
b.By virtue of his office
d.None of the above

11.Give another name for mercy killing
b.Final exitc.
c.Murphy’s death
d.None of the above.

12.A prerogative writ used to command a person who is detaining another in custody to produce that person before the court.
a.Habeas corpus
c.Quo Warranto

13.When a witness repeats ‘another person’s statement’, the evidence is called
a. Hearsay
b. Heresy
c. Secondary evidence
d. Presumptive evidence.

14.An order of the court directs a person to do something or refrain from doing a particular thing is called
a. Inhibition
b. Injunction
c. Intortunuim
d. Infans.

15.Innuendo hints at
a. Insuniation
b. Defamation
c. Slander
d. Libel.

16.One of the following cannot be taken as intellectual property
a. Patents
b. Copyright
c. Know-how
d. Discovery

17.The expression ‘dying intestate’ refers to
a.Dying without a penny
b.Dying heavily indebted
c. Dying without leaving a Will
d. Dying in midst of a legal transaction.

18.International Court of Justice has its seat at
a. Geneva
b. Hague
c. New York
d. London.

19.Jurisprudence is
a.Divine principles, followed by law
b.Logic of law
c.Study of old judgments
d. Philosophical aspects of law

20.A published account of legal proceedings, used by lawyers as basis for searching precedent is called
a. Law report
b. Journal
c. Digest
d. Commentary.

21.Who said “Litigation is a game in which the Court is umpire”?
a. Salmond
b. Pollock
c. Austin
d. Blackstone

22.What is a ‘Moot Court’?
a.A basic point of law
b.A basic fact of case
c.Mock court, for practice by students
d. Another name for Magistrates Court.

23.A person who attests copies of original documents, to render them authentic is called
a.Nisi parries
b.Court baliff
c.Notary public

24.A child born after father’s death
a. Postliminits
b. Bastard
c. Posthumus
d. Postea.

25.A previous judgment cited by court to decide on a similar set of facts
a. Precedent
b. Case
c. Obiter dicta
d. Judicial dicta.

26.The early release of a prisoner is called
a. Bail
b. Parole
c. Lease
d. Lien.

27.The meaning of the term ‘quasi’ is
a. As if it were
b. Null
c. Void
d. Quashed.

28.If a public official exceeds his authority and acts to injure the interest of a person, what remedy is available to the person?
a.Writ of Mandamus
b.Writ of Habeas Corpus
c. Writ of Prohibition
d. Writ of Quo warranto

29.The reason (or ground) of a judicial decision is known as
a.Ratione sole
b.Ratione tenural
c.Ratio decidendi
d.Obiter dicta.

30.Who is a Recidivist?
b.Habitual criminal
c.Rash person
d.Reserved person.

31.An Act of parliament is called
a. Bill
b. Legislation
c. Statute
d. Public policy.

32.A document issued by court, calling upon the person to whom it is directed to attend before the Judge
a. Summons
b. Call
c. Bailiff
d. Supra.

33.The tort of defaming someone by words or gestures
b.Defamation per incuraim

34.An act in excess of the authority conferred by law
a. Intra vires
b. Illegal
c. Ultra vires
d. Extra-legal

35.The ……law relates to functions and powers of government organisations
a. Sovereign
b. State
c. Administrative
d. Executive

36.A lawyer appointed by Court to represent a poor litigant is
a.Amicus curiaeb
b.Legal aid man
c.Lok nyaya pradayak
d.None of the above

37.…….is a general pardon
a. Remission
b. Reprieve
c. Amnesty
d. Suspension.

38.A deed is a written statement which is
a. Signed
b. Sealed
c. Delivered
d. All of the above are necessary

39.State’s right to acquire property is a power of
a.Sovereign right
b.Eminent domain

40.A mortgage is of ……property while a pledge is of …….property
a.Immovable, movable
b.Land, services
c.Movable, immovable
d.None of the above.

41.…… an inquiry into cause of death
a. Coroneration
b. Inquest
c. Investigation
d. Cannot say.

42.LL.B. stands for
a.Bachelor of laws
b.Legalite lawyers bacilli
c. Legum baccalaureus
d. None of the above

43.Criminal law is … law, administrative law is …….law
a.Public, private
b.Private, public
c.Public, public
d.Private, private.

44.When a person is prosecuted for committing a criminal offence, the burden of proof is on
a. Court
b. Prosecution
c. Police
d. Accused

45.A contract is said to have 3 essentials. Which one among the following is not an essential in the formation of contract
a. Written agreement
b. Consideration
c. Offer and Acceptance
d. Free consent

1. a 2. d 3. a 4. a 5. a 6. a 7. b 8. c 9. a 10. b
11. a 12. a 13. a 14. b 15. b 16. d 17. c 18. b 19. d 20. a
21. b 22. c 23. c 24. c 25. a 26. b 27. a 28. a 29. c 30. b
31. c 32. a 33. d 34. c 35. c 36. a 37. c 38. d 39. b 40. a
41. b 42. c 43. c 44.b 45.a

1. What is the full form of CCI?

A. Competing Companies Institute
B. Competition Commission of India
C. Central Coffee Institute
D. Child Commission of India

Answer- B

2. Where is the headquarters of International Criminal Court?

A. New York
B. Geneva
C. Paris
D. Hague

Answer - D

3. Who is the author of Men who killed Gandhi?

A. Manohar Malgonkar
B. Khushwant Singh
C. Jaswant Singh
D. Dr Rajendra Prasad

Answer- A

4. Who was the chairperson of 13th Finance Commission?

A. Justice M.N. Rao
B. Vijay Kelkar
C. Justice Malimath
D. Mamta Sharma

Answer- B

5. Who is the successor of Justice S.H. Kapadia from the post of Chief Justice of India?

A. Justice A.N. Roy
B. Justice Aftab Alam
C. Justice K.G. Balakrishnan
D. Justice Altamas Kabir

Answer- D

6. Which of the following case is related to the right to speedy trial?

A. Hussainara Khatoon v. Home Secretary, State of Bihar
B. Sunil Batra v. Delhi Administration
C. Charles Sobhraj v. Suptd Central Jail
D. Zahida Begum v. Mushtaque Ahmad

Answer - A

7. Who was the first speaker of Lok Sabha?

A. Sardar Hukam Singh
B. Shivraj Patil
C. B.R. Ambedkar
D. G.V. Mavalankar

Answer- D

8. Where was first SAARC summit held?

A. Dhaka
B. Bangalore
C. New Delhi
D. Colombo

Answer- A

9. In which of the following case, the doctrine of basic structure was given by the Supreme court?

A. Kesharvanand Bharti V. State of Karnataka
B. Golaknath v. State of Punjab
C. Minerva Mills v. Union Of India
D. Omkarnath v. Sate of Bihar

Answer- A

10. What does Article 370 of the Constitution deals with ?

A. Anti -Defection law
B. Special Status to Tribal Areas
C. Emergency Provisions
D. Special Status to the State of Jammu & Kashmir

Answer- D

11. What is the legal age of marriage for girls in India?

A. 15
B. 16
C. 17
d. 18

Answer - D

12. In which year was the Consumer Protection Act passed by the Parliament?

A. 1982
B. 1996
C. 1986
D. 1989

Answer - C

13. Which provision of the Constitution deals with the equality before law/

A. Article 14
B. Article 15
C. Article 17
D. Article 21

Answer- A

14. Who can call for Joint Session of Parliament?

A. President of India
B. Prime Minister
C. Speaker of Lok Sabha
D. Minister for Parliament Affairs

Answer -A

15. How many High Courts are there in India?

A. 18
B. 27
C. 21
D. 24

Answer -C

16. What does Lok Pal means?

A. Vigilance
B. Ombudsman
C. Citizen's Commitee
D. Officer of the Court

Answer- B

  1. Assault- striking another person
  2. Adjudicate- to give judgement between two parties in law
  3. Annul- cancel
  4. Bona fide- in good faith
  5. Mala fide- in bad faith
  6. Coercion- to force someone to enact
  7. Conversion- wrongfully dealing with another’s property
  8. Damages- monetary compensation
  9. De facto- by virtue of fact
  10. Enactment- an act of parliament
  11. Fiduciary- a relationship based on trust
  12. Holograph- document written by hand
  13. Homicide- killing of a person
  14. Interim- temporary
  15. Jurisprudence- philosophy of law
  16. Mens rea- criminal intention to commit a crime
  17. Negligence- lack of proper care
  18. Rebut- to contradict
  19. Remission- reduce
  20. Ultravires- outside the powers

  1. Alibi- elsewhere
  2. Quo warranto- by what authority
  3. Prima facie- on the face of it
  4. Suo moto- o its own
  5. Mandamus- we command
  6. Quasi- similar
  7. Sine die- indefinitely
  8. Amicus curiae- friend of the court
  9. Vox populi- the voice of the people
  10. Res ipsa loquitur- the thing speaks for itself

1. Affray- public fight which afraids people
2. Allegiance- obedience to the state
3. Amnesty- pardon
4. Appellant- person who appeals
5. De jure- by virtue of law
6. Ex parte- on behalf of
7. Good faith- honesty with due care and attention
8. Indorse- to write something on the back of document
9. Jeopardy- to be in danger of punishment
10. Lien- a right by which a person can have possession of others goods
11. Moiety- half mortgage as security
12. Pilfer- to steal small value objects
13. Patent- a right of person who invents something
14. Proviso- a condition in a deed
15. Stay- temporary stopping of an order

1. Life tenant: Beneficiary of a life estate.
2. Misfeasance: Improperly doing something which a person has a legal right to do.
3. Moiety: Half of anything
4. Next of kin: Person’s nearest blood relation.
5. Order: Formal written direction by a judge.
6. Payor: Person who makes a payment on a cheque or bill of exchange.
7. Picket: Peaceful public demonstration, on or near an employer’s premises, in furtherance of an existing or proposed trade dispute
8. Reserved judgment: Decision to be given at a later date.
9. Service: Delivery of court documents by one party to the other, personally or by post.
10. Testimony: Verbal presentation of evidence in court.

1. Right in rem is right against which one of the following?
a. Policy brutality
b. An Individual
c. Everyone
d. Government

2. Which one of the following is the correct statement?
Right to privacy as a fundamental Right is implicit in:
a. The Right to Freedom
b. The Right to personal Liberty
c. The Right to Equality
d. The Right against Exploitation

3. The main difference between “de jure” and “de facto” recognition is that the former is
a. legal while the latter is factual
b. Provisional and the latter is definite
c. Informal while the latter is formal
d. explicit and the latter is implicit

4. The Secretary General of the U.N. is appointed:
a. by the General Assembly on the recommendation of the Security Council
b. by the Security Council on the recommendation of the General Assembly
c. in a joint session of the Security Council and General Assembly
d. by the permanent members of the Security Council

5. Ownership of goodwill of a business is:
a. Corporeal ownership
b. limited ownership
c. Beneficial ownership
d. incorporeal ownership

6. “Ratio decidendi” of a case is which one of the following?
a. The order of the court in the case
b. The final decree passed by the court
c. The underlying principal or legal reasons on which the result of the case depends
d. The part of the judgement which has persuasive effect

7. Fundamental duties have been added in the Constitution by 42nd Amendment Act, 1976 in accordance with the recommendations of:
a. Santhanam Committee
b. Sarkaria Committee
c. Swaran Singh Committee
d. Indira Gandhi – Nehru Committee.

8. Disputes between States in India come to the Supreme Court under:
a. Appellate Jurisdiction
b. Original Jurisdiction
c. Advisory Jurisdiction
d. None of the Above

9. Once the proclamation of emergency is made, the right of a citizen to move the Supreme court for enforcement of his fundamental rights is suspended by the:
a. Prime Minister of India
b. President of the Lok Sabha
c. Speaker of the Lok Sabha
d. Chief Justice of India.

10. Which one of the following has been considered supreme as a course of power?
a. Supreme Court of India
b. Parliament of India
c. President of India
d. Constitution of India

11. Which one of the following pairs is correctly matched?
a. Writ of Habeas Corpus: Issued only to the state
b. Writ of Mandamus: Issued to the public servant.
c. Writ to Quo Warranto: Issued to the subordinate courts.
d. Writ to Prohibition: Issued to the private individual

12. The Article of the Constitution which automatically becomes suspended on proclamation of emergency is:
a. Article 14
b. Article 19
c. Article 21
d. Article 32

13. The President Rule under Article 356 remains valid in a state for the maximum period of
a. one year
b. two years
c. three years
d. four years.

14.“Right of Life” does not include “Right of die”. It has been held in a case of:
a. R. Rathinam vs. Union of India
b. State vs. Sanjay Kumar Bhatia
c. Chenna Jagadeshwar vs. State of Andhra Pradesh
d. Smt. Gian Kaur vs. State of Punjab.

15. The Vice President of India may be removed from his office by:
a. Impeachment
b. A resolution passed by Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha with a two- thirds majority
c. A resolution passed with a two –thirds majority in a joint session of Parliament
d. A resolution passed by Rajya Sabha with simple majority and agreed to by a majority members of Lok Sabha.

16. The power of the President of India to issue an ordinance is a / an:
a. Executive power
b. Legislative power
c. Constituent power
d. Quasi-judicial power

17. Preamble to the constitution of India:
a. Is not a part of the Constitution
b. Indicates the objectives to be achieved
c. Indicates the source form which the Constitution derives its authority
d. Is a source of authority of the Constitution of India.

18. Whoever by words attempts to excite disaffection towards government established by law, commits the offence of:
a. Contempt of the Government
b. Criminal conspiracy against the State
c.Abetting waging of war

19. The rationale of absolute liability is that the undertakers of hazardous activities have to pay:
a. If they are at fault
b. Partially even of they are not at fault
c. Regardless of any fault on their part
d. If they have not taken reasonable care

20. ‘A’ threatened to commit suicide is his wife did not execute a sale deed in favour of his brother. The wife executed the sale deed.
This transaction is:
a.voidable due to undue influence
b. voidable due to correction
c. void being immoral
d. void being forbidden by law.

21. A voidable contract is one which is:
a. Not enforceable by either of the parties thereto
b. Enforceable by either of the parties thereto
c. Enforceable only with the permission of the court of law
d. Enforceable at the option of one of the parties thereto

22. Consider the following statement with regard to “uberrimae fidei”?
a. It falls within a class of cases which require utmost good faith
b. Every contract is a contract “uberrimae fidei”
c. Contrast of insurance is an example of “uberrimae fidei”
Of these statements
a. A, B and C are correct
b. A and C are correct
c. B and C are correct
d. A and B are correct

23. “A” promise to give money or money’s worth upon the determination or ascertainment of an uncertain event is called a:
a. Lottery
b. wager
c. Chit
d. bet

24. “A” offers to sell his car to “B” for Rs. 50,000/-. “B” agrees to buy the car offering Rs.45,000/-. The reply of “B” amounts to:
a. Offer
b. Counter offer
c. Invitation to an Offer
d. Standing Offer

25. An agreement to sharte the benefits of a public office:
a. Valid
b. Voidable
c. Void
d. None of the above

26. When goods are displayed in a show – window bearing pricetags, it indicates:
a. Offer to sell goods at price mentioned on the price tags
b. An invitation to make an offer
c. An advertisement
d. An announcement

27. In the matter of liquidated damages:
a. The plaintiff is entitled to recover the agreed amount of compensation for the loss suffered
b. The plaintiff is not entitled to recovered the agreed amount of compensation for the loss suffered
c. The plaintiff is entitled to recover the agreed amount of compensation by proving the exact loss suffered
d. The plaintiff is entitled to recover the agreed amount of compensation without having to prove the exact loss suffered

28. Which one of the following statement is correct?
Generally, quasi-contractual obligations are based on the theory of
a. Implied term
b. just and reasonable solution
c. implied – in –act contact
d. unjust enrichment

29. Which one of the following is not covered under Article 20 of the Constitution of India?
a. Ex post facto laws
b. Preventive detention
c. Double jeopardy
d. Self – incrimination

30. Ubi Jus ibi remedium means
a. every law provides for remedies
b. there is no wrong without a remedy
c. if a law is made corresponding remedy also must be made
d. Every remedy presupposes some injury to some body.

31. The law relating to hostilities has been codified by
a. Hague Convention (1899 & 1907)
b. Geneva Conventions (1929 & 1949)
c. Vienna Conventions (1961)
d. None of the above

32.The law relating to prisoners of war has been codified by
a. Hague convention.
b. Geneva Convention
c. Vienna Convention
d. None of the above.

33. The law relating to diplomatic relation is codified by
a. Hague convention
b. Geneva convention
c. Vienna Convention
d. None of the above

34. A person whose guardian has been appointed, attained the age of majority at
a.18 years
b. 21 years
c. 25 years
d. 30 years

35. Fiduciary relationship means a relationship based on
a. Money
b. Contract
c. Trust
d. None of the above

36. A and B jointly owe C Rs. 1,000. A pays C the due sum. B not knowing A has paid, also pays C Rs.
1000. C is obliged to return the money under
a. Contract
b. Quasi – contract
c. Trust
d. Double jeopardy.

37. “Actus” non “facit reum”, nisi mens sit rea’ is a fundamental principle of
a. Civil liability
b. Criminal Liability
c. Contractual liability
d. None of the above.

38. Section……… of the Indian Penal code defines murder
a. 299
b. 300
c. 301
d. 302
39. Sex determination test have been banned by
a. Pre- Conception Diagnostic Techniques (Regulation and Prevention of Misuse)
b. SDT (Prohibition)
c. Ultra- sound Control Act
d. None of the above.

40. Rights and duties are
a. Co-related
b. Co-ordinated
c. Separated
d. None of the above.

1.(c) 2. (b) 3.(a) 4. (a) 5.(d) 6.(c) 7.(c) 8.(b) 9.(b) 10.(d)
11.(b) 12.(b) 13. (a) 14.(d) 15.(d) 16.(b) 17.(b) 18.(d) 19.(c) 20.(b)
21.(d) 22.(b) 23.(b) 24.(b) 25.(c) 26. (b) 27.(a) 28.(d) 29.(b) 30.(b)
31.(a) 32.(b) 33.(c) 34.(b) 35.(c) 36.(b) 37.(b) 38.(b) 39.(a) 40.(a)

1. Law of torts deals with
(a) defamation
(b) trespass
(c) negligence
(d) all of these
2. When was the Code of Civil Procedure enacted?
(a) 1973
(b) 1908
(c) 1919
(d) 1948
3. The Criminal Procedure Code was enacted in
(a) 1860
(b) 1873
(c) 1973
(d) 1948
4. The Transfer of Property Act 1882 covers?
(a) Movable Property
(b) Immovable Property
(c) Both (a) and (b)
(d) None of these
5. The act which covers Right of Way is
(a) Easement Act
(b) Right of Passage Act
(c) Contract Act
(d) Law of tort.
6. Indian Partnership Act is suffixed within the year
(a) 1930
(b) 1931
(c) 1932
(d) 1933
7. The maximum term of imprisonment for Contempt of Court is
(a) 2 months
(b) 4 months
(c) 6 months
(d) 12 months
8. The evidence which can be vital to secure conviction in dowry death ceases
(a) dying declaration of the deceased
(b) evidence of the girl's friend
(c) evidence of the girl's father
(d) none of these
9. The mutual consent of divorce by a Muslim husband and wife is known as
(a) Khula
(b) Talaq
(c) Mubarat
(d) None of these
10. The law relating to marriage , divorce and succession of various communities of India is
(a) contained in various personal laws codified and unconfined
(b) entirely unconfined
(c) codified in Common Civil Code
(d) None of these
11. Majority of Indian Muslims are covered by which of the following School of Law?
(a) Hannafi
(b) Ashri
(c) Ithna
(d) None of these
12. Two classes of advocates of India are
(a) Advocates and Senior Advocates
(b) Lawyers and Judges
(c) Barristers and Solicitors
(d) None of these
13. Sometimes, an accused seeks pardon from the court and offers to give evidence against all others involved in a crime. Then he is called
(a) hostile witness
(b) witness
(c) approver
(d) none of these
14. To defranchise means
(a) to deprive of right over property
(b) to deprive of voting right
(c) to deprive of any right
(d) none of these
15. The phrase 'duty of care' means you must take reasonable care to avoid acts or omissions which you can reasonably foresee would be likely to injure your neighbor. In this definition, the word', neighbour, indicates all person
(a) who can be so closely and directly affected that I ought to reasonably have them in contemplation.
(b) who I know
(c) living in my vicinity, whom I owe a social duty
(d) who are my close people
16. Possession is said to be ................. of ownership
(a) 5/6
(b) 7/8th
(c) 9/10th
(d) Synonymous
17. The right is defined as "an interest which is recognized and protected by law" by
(a) B. R. Ambedkar
(b) Salmond
(c) Pollock
(d) Blackstone
18. The "Corp-orating Sole " is
(a) Prime Minister
(b) King of England
(c) Multinational Sector
(d) Public Sector Unit
19. For how many years does copyright subsists in India?
(a) 50 years
(b) 60 years
(c) 70 years
(d) 80 years
20. Ignorance of law excuses no man, not that all men know the law, but because it is an excuse every man will plead', These wards are said by
(a) Nehru
(b) John Wilson
(c) John Selden
(d) William Golding
Answers :
1. (d)
2. (b)
3. (c)
4. (b)
5. (a)
6. (c)
7. (c)
8. (a)
9. (c)
10. (b)
11. (a)
12. (a)
13. (c)
14. (c)
15. (c)
16. (a)
17. (c)
18. (b)
19. (b)
20. (b)

1. Section 34 of I.P.C. provides for liability based on common intention.
Consider the following situations:
1. The weapon used in the offence was found in A’s house.
2. A house procured the weapon of offence voluntarily to aid the criminal gang.
3. A was compelled under threat to his life to procure the weapon of offence.
4. The weapon was supplied on receipt of value of the weapon (sale).
Which of the situations given above reflect(s) the correct ingredients with regard
to Section 34?
(a) 1 and 2 (b) 2 and 3
(c) 2 only (d) 4 only

2. A is at work with a hatchet; the head flies off and kills a man who is
standing by. What offence is committed by A in this situation?
(a) A has committed the offence of culpable homicide
(b) A has committed the offence of culpable homicide not amounting to murder
(c) A has committed no offence as it was an accident
(d) A has committed no offence as use of hatchet was a necessity of his

3. What is the age of child if he is to be exempted from criminal liability'?
(a) Below 10 years (b) McNaughten's Rules
(c) Below 6 years (d) Equivocality test

4. Defence of insanity is developed on which of the following?
(a) Automatism (b) Below 7 years
(c) Irresistible impulse (d) Below 12 years

5. Which one of the following is an inchoate crime?
(a) Public nuisance (b) Criminal attempt
(c) Unlawful assembly (d) Riot

6. The Courts have evolved some tests to determine at what stage an act or a
series of acts done towards the commission of the intended offence would
become an attempt. Identify which one of the following test is not correct.
(a) Proximity test (b) Impossiblity test
(c) Locus standi test (d) Social danger test

7. X, a woman, who ran to a well stating that she would jump into it, was
caught before she could reach it. Which one of the following statements is
correct in this regard?
(a) She is not guilty of an attempt to commit suicide although she intended to do
so and prepared to carry out that intention yet she might have changed her
(b) She is guilty of committing offence of attempt to commit suicide as she
categorically declared to do so
(c) She is guilty of no offence as whatever was done by her did not amount to
preparation for committing suicide
(d) She is guilty of attempt to commit culpable homicide as she attempted to kill

8. When law makes out a contract for parties although no contract might have
been made by. the parties, such a contract is termed as
(a) Contract of frustration (b) Quasi-contract
(c) Unenforceable agreement (d) Contract by obligation

9. The defendant has filed a complaint to the Magistrate against the plaintiff.
The complaint was dismissed. The defendant moved the Sessions Judge in
appeal. He got himself examined in Sessions trial although he knew the
charge was false and he was acting without reasonable and probable cause.
His complaint was dismissed by the Sessions Judge. Thereupon the plaintiff
filed a suit for malicious prosecution against the defendant.
In the aforesaid case, which one of the following conclusions is correct?
(a) The defendant is liable for malicious prosecution
(b) The defendant is not liable for malicious prosecution
(c) The defendant is not liable to pay damages to the plaintiff
(d) The plaintiff's suit must be dismissed

10. The branch of a tree growing on the defendant's land hung on the highway
at a height of about 30 feet above the ground. In fine weather, the branch
suddenly broke and fell upon the plaintiff's vehicle which was passing along
the highway. For the damage to the vehicle, the plaintiff sues the defendant
on the ground of nuisance. Which one of the following conclusions is correct
in this suit?
(a) The defendant was liable for nuisance
(b) The defendant was not liable for nuisance
(c) The defendant was liable under the principle" of strict liability
(d) The plaintiff’s suit should be decreed in his favour

11. A theft had been committed in the defendant's house. He informed the police
that he suspected the plaintiff for the same. Therefore the plaintiff was
arrested by the police. A complaint was filed by the defendant but the
plaintiff was subsequently discharged, by the magistrate as the final report
showed that there was no evidence connecting the plaintiff with the theft.
The plaintiff filed a suit for damages on the ground of malicious prosecution.
In the above case, which one of the following decisions is correct?
(a) The plaintiff is entitled to claim damages from the defendant
(b) The plaintiff is entitled to claim damages from the police
(c) The plaintiff is entitled to claim damages from both
(d) The plaintiff is not entitled to claim damages for malicious prosecution at all

12. During the scarcity of potatoes, long queues were, made outside the
defendant's shop who having a license to sell fruits and vegetables used to
sell only 1Kg of potatoes per ration card. The queues extended on to the
highway and also caused some obstruction to the neighbouring shops. The
neighboring shopkeepers brought an action for nuisance against the
defendant. Which one of the following decisions will, be correct in this suit?
(a) The defendant is liable for nuisance
(b) The defendant is not liable for nuisance
(c) The plaintiffs' suit should be decreed in their favour
(d) The defendant is liable to pay damages to the plaintiffs

13. When does the tort of conspiracy exist?
(a) Two or more persons agree to commit an unlawful act
(b) Two or more persons agree to commit some recognized tort
(c) Two or more persons caused harm to the plaintiff
(d) Two or more persons committed a conceI1ed action to injure the plaintiff

14. In India an action of slander may be maintained without proof of special
damage in some cases. Identify in which of the following cases proof of
damage is necessary?
(a) Imputation of crime
(b) Vulgar abusive language
(c) Imputation of contagious disease
(d) Imputation of lack of chastity to a woman

15. Which one of the following statements regarding Section 34 and 149 of the
Indian Penal Code is correct?
(a) Common intention and common object are the same
(b) Both are district offences in themselves
(c) Section 34 enunciates a mere principle of liability, and creates no offence
while Section 149 creates a specific offence
(d) Sections 34 and 149 are mutually helping Sections

Answers: 1-A, 2-C, 3-B, 4-B, 5-B, 6-C, 7-A, 8-B, 9-A, 10-B, 11-D, 12-B, 13-D, 14-B, 15-C

1. "No action lies against the Government for injury done to an individual in the course of exercise of its

sovereign functions". All of the following actions are covered by the above provision, except
1. improper arrest, negligence or trespass by police officers.
2. loss of movables from government custody owing to negligence of its officers.
3. injury due to the negligence of servants of the government employed in a railway or a dockyard.
4. administration of justice.

2. To secure the enrichment of Hindi, the Constitution, among other things, directs the State to give-primary

importance to one of the languages included in the VIII Schedule for the purpose of drawing upon it. This

language is

1. Bengali

2. Marathi

3. Sanskrit

4. Urdu

3. Disagreement between the two Houses of Indian Parliament is finally resolved through

1. a joint committee of the two Houses for the purpose.

2. mediatory efforts by the presiding officers of the two Houses.

3. a joint committee of the two Houses for the purpose.

4. mediation by the President.

4. Which of the following Articles of Constitution cannot be amended by a simple majority in both the Houses

of Parliament?

1. Article 2

2. Article 3

3. Article 4

4. Article 15

5. Which one of the following Directive Principles is a socialistic principle?

1. Equal pay for equal work to all

2. Protection of the health of workers

3. Prevention of concentration of wealth and the means of production

4. All of these

6. Originally it was laid down in the Constitution that English shall continue to be used for all the official

purposes of the union for a period of

1. 15 years

2. 20 years

3. 25 years

4. 30 years

7. As per Article 100(3), the quorum to constitute a meeting of either House of Parliament is

1. one-fourth of the total number of members of that House.

2. one-fifth of the total number of members of that House.

3. one-tenth of the total number of members of that House.

4. one-third of the total number of members of that House.

8. The age of retirement of a Judge of a High Court in India is

1. 58 years

2. 60 years

3. 62 years

4. 65 years

9. The Rule of Law means

1. existence of written rules to regulate the conduct of government officials.

2. that no person can be punished unless his guilt is established by a fair trial.

3. that the power to make laws vests in the elected representatives of the people.

4. independence of the Judiciary

10. In a particular case, the advice tendered by the Council of Ministers is sent back by the President for

reconsideration. If the Council of Ministers adhere to their earlier advice, the President

1. can ask for reconsideration of the advice once more

2. can ask for reconsideration of the advice any number of times

3. has no option but to accept such advice

4. must seek the advice of the Supreme Court before rejecting the advice.

11. The writ by which a High Court or the Supreme Court can secure the body of a person who has been

imprisoned to be brought before it is

1. Certiorari

2. Habeas Corpus

3. Mandamus

4. Quo Warranto

12. The number of writs that can be prayed for and issued by the Supreme Court and/or a High Court is

1. 3

2. 4

3. 5
4. 6

13. The term of which of the following Lok Sabha was extended beyond the normal period of five years laid

down in the Constitution?

1. Fourth Lok Sabha

2. Fifth Lok Sabha

3. Sixth Lok Sabha

4. Seventh Lok Sabha

14. The High Courts at Bombay, Calcutta and Madras were established under the

1. Indian High Courts Act, 1861

2. Indian High Courts Act, 1865

3. Indian High Courts Act, 1911

4. Government of India Act, 1919

15. In which of the following situations can the President promulgate an Ordinance?

1. There is disagreement between the two Houses of Parliament over a bill.

2. Both Houses have refused to pass a Bill sponsored by Government with the previous sanction of the


3. A Bill has been pending in Parliament for a long period.

4. Parliament is not in session

16. Which of the following events made Gandhiji to launch, for the first time, Civil Disobedience Movement?

1. Jallianwala Bagh massacre in 1919

2. Killing of peaceful agitators at Chauri Chaura by the British troops in 1922

3. Promulgation of the Rowlatt Act of 1919

4. Failure of talks with the Cripps Mission in 1942

17. Dyarchy as the form of Government at the provincial level was introduced by the

1. Government of India Act, 1919

2. Minto-Morley Reforms

3. Montague-Chelmsford Reforms

4. Government of India Act, 1935

18. Which of the following Acts of British Parliament envisaged for the first time a closer association of Indians

with the administration?

1. Indian Councils Act, 1861
2. Indian Councils Act, 1892
3. Indian Councils Act, 1909
4. Government of India Act, 1919

19. For how long can the President's rule in a State imposed initially?

1. One year

2. Six months
3. Two years
4. Three months

20. In accordance with the provisions of our Constitution, new all-India Services can be created only by the

1. Parliament

2. Process of amendment of the Constitution

3. Union Government in consultation with the U.P.S.C.

4. President on the advice of the Council of Ministers

21. Who presides over the joint session of Parliament?

1. The Speaker

2. The Vice-President

3. The President

4. The deputy chairman of the Rajya Sabha

22. The reference to Hindus in Article 25 of the Constitution does not include

1. Parsees

2. Sikhs

3. Jains

4. Buddhists

23. The Chairman of Rajya Sabha is

1. nominated by the President

2. elected by the two Houses of Parliament

3. elected by Parliament and the legislatures of the States jointly

4. elected by the members of Rajya Sabha

24. In India, a tax on agricultural income can be levied by

1. both the Central and State Governments

2. neither the Central nor the State Governments
3. only the State Governments
4. only the Central Government

25. By which amendment, were the Fundamental Duties of Indian citizens added to the Constitution?

1. Forty-forth Amendment

2. Forty-third Amendment

3. Forty-second Amendment

4. Forty-first Amendment

26. Financial allocation for Education was made for the first time by the Charter Act of

1. 1833

2. 1813

3. 1793

4. 1773

27. There is no provision in the Constitution for the impeachment of

1. the Chief Justice of a High Court
2. the Chief Justice of India
3. the Governor
4. the Vice-President

28. In the event of non-enforcement of Directive Principles of the State by the Government, a citizen of India

can move the
1. District Court
2. High Court

3. Supreme Court
4. None of these

29. The member of a State Public Service Commission can be removed on the ground of misbehaviour only

after an enquiry has been conducted by the

1. Supreme Court of India

2. High Court of the State

3. committee appointed by the President

4. committee appointed by the Governor of the State

30. Who can recommend abolition or creation of the Legislative Council in a State?

1. Governor of the State
2. Advocate-General of the State
3. Legislative Assembly of the State
4. The State Council of Ministers

31. The purpose of the Ilbert Bill was

1. to take away the right of the native magistrates to try Europeans and Englishmen
2. to take away the right of the European magistrates to try Indians
3. to remove an anomaly in the Criminal Procedure Code of 1873, according to which no magistrate or sessions
judge could try a European or British subject unless he was himself of European birth
4. None of the above

32. The Constitution of India borrowed the concept of the Directive Principles of State Policy from the

Constitution of

1. Ireland
2. USA
3. UK
4. Canada

33. Which one of the following statements is not correct?

1. There is no provision of referendum in the Indian Constitution

2. The State Legislatures do not possess the right to initiate the amendment of the Constitution
3. The proposal for amending the Constitution can only be initiated in Lok Sabha

4. The Indian Constitution is partly flexible and partly rigid

34. Which one of the following Articles has declared untouchability in any form as unconstitutional?

1. Article 14

2. Article 17
3. Article 44
4. Article 45

35. Which one of the following is not among the sources of revenue for the Union?

1. Land revenue

2. Custom duties including export duties

3. Duties of excise on tobacco and other goods manufactured or produced in India, except alcoholic liquors,

opium, Indian, except alcoholic liquors, opium, Indian hemp and other narcotic drugs

4. Taxes on income other than agricultural income

36. Under which one of the following Articles, the Supreme Court has been given the powers to review any

judgement pronounced or order made by it previously?

1. Article 130

2. Article 137

3. Article 138

4. Article 139

37. A member elected to Lok Sabha as a candidate of a party crosses the floor of the House. In such a case,

1. his continued membership of the House is not affected in any way

2. he ceases to be a member of the House whether or not he resigns his membership

3. he can continue to be a member of the House if the party on whose symbol he was elected has no objection

4. he will continue to be a member of the House if the Speaker permits

38. The Right to Property was excluded from the Fundamental Rights during the tenure of the Government

headed by

1. Charan Singh

2. Morarji Desai

3. Indira Gandhi

4. Rajiv Gandhi

39. Which of the following statements in regard to the Directive Principles of State Policy is correct?

1. Fundamental Rights constitute limitations upon State action, while Directive Principles are in the nature of

instruction to the Government to achieve certain ends
2. They are justiciable in certain respects

3. They enjoin on the State to secure a living wage to all workers within a specified period

4. The courts can compel the State to implement some of the important directives

40. The First Official Language Commission, as required under Article 344 of the Constitution, was constituted

by the President in

1. 1950 with K.M. Munshi as its Chairman

2. 1955 with B.G. Kher as its Chairman

3. 1960 with M.C. Chhagla as its Chairman

4. 1965 with Humayun Kabir as its Chairman

Answer Key
1. 3
2. 3
3. 1
4. 4
5. 4
6. 1
7. 3
8. 4
9. 2
10. 3

11. 2
12. 3
13. 2
14. 1
15. 4
16. 3
17. 1
18. 3
19. 2
20. 1

21. 1
22. 1
23. 2
24. 3
25. 3
26. 2
27. 3
28. 4
29. 2
30. 3

31. 3
32. 1
33. 3
34. 2
35. 1
36. 2
37. 2
38. 2
39. 4
40. 2




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