1. Select the statement that is most suitable in law:
Culpable homicide is not murder when one is deprived of the power of self-control resulting from:

(A) Grave and sudden provocation
(B) When death results by voluntary provocation.
(C) Where death results in course of obedience of law.
(D) When death results by mistake.

2. B a married man commits sex with C a girl child of 16 years with her consent. What offence B has committed?

(A) Adultery
(B) Rape
(C) No offence
(D) Sexual outraging

3. Fill in the blank:

Extortion is ________, when it is committed under fear of instant hurt.

(A) Theft
(B) Attempt to steal property
(C) Robbery
(D) Wrongful restraint

4. Find answer of the following question:

What is the distinctive feature between false information and false charging?

(A) Using lawful power to cause annoyance so as to institute a criminal proceeding.
(B) To omit act which ought not to be done.
(C) A case for false information can only be started by a complaint while false charge can be initiated by police.
(D) There is no real distinction.

5. Collective bargaining serves purposes:

(A) Regulating wages and conditions of service
(B) Regulating labour management relations.
(C) Both (A) and (B).
(D) None of the above.

6. In which country where statutes make it obligatory to negotiate non-performance of the obligation invites penalty, failure to carry obligation is treated as unfair labour practice?

(A) U.K.
(B) U.S.A.
(C) France
(D) India

7. The maximum interval between the two sessions of each House of Parliament is

(A) Three months
(B) Four months
(C) Five months
(D) Six months

8. The Supreme Court observed that “Parliamentary proceedings are not subject to Fundamental Rights” in the following case:

(A) Keshav Singh Vs Speaker, U.P. Assemblywww.netugc.com
(B) Gunapati Vs Habibul Hasan
(C) M.S.M. Sharma Vs Srikrishna Sinha
(D) State of Punjab Vs Satpal Dang

9. For the purpose of creating a new State in India an amendment to the Constitution of India must be passed by

(A) 2/3rd majority of the members of both Houses of Parliament present and voting.
(B) 2/3rd majority of the members of both Houses of Parliament and ratification by not less than 2/3rd majority of the States.
(C) A simple majority in Parliament and ratification by not less than half of the States.
(D) A simple majority by the Parliament.

10. Match the following:

List – I
List – II
(a) Perfect right
(i) which has correlative positive duty.
(b) Negative right
(ii) which has a correlative duty that can be legally enforced.
(c) Imperfect right
(iii) A has a right to receive damages.
(d) Positive right
(iv) That right which although recognised by State but not enforceable.

        (a) (b) (c) (d)
(A) (iii) (iv) (i) (ii)
(B) (ii) (iii) (iv) (i)
(C) (iv) (iii) (ii) (i)
(D) (i) (ii) (iii) (iv)

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