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1. According to Constitution (Seventy-third) Amendment Act, 1992, in the event of dissolution of Panchayati Raj institutions election for the new body should be compulsorily held within
(A) 2 months (B) 4 months
(C) 6 months (D) 8 months

2. Article 144 of the Constitution mandates that all authorities, civil and judicial, in the territory of India shall act in aid of the
(A) President (B) Supreme Court
(C) Prime Minister (D) Parliament

3. Is there a presumption in favour of the constitutionality of statutes ?
(A) Yes (B) No
(C) Depends (D) Not in all cases

4. The minimum age for the membership of the Legislative Council is
(A) 45 years (B) 30 years
(C) 35 years (D) 21 years

5. Which Schedule of the Constitution deals with the Forms of Oaths or Affirmations ?
(A) Third Schedule (B) Fourth Schedule
(C) Seventh Schedule (D) Ninth Schedule

6. In which of the following cases did the Supreme Court rule that the principle of sovereign
immunity will not apply to a proceedings for award of compensation for violation of
fundamental rights
(A) Bhim Singh v. State of Punjab (B) Kasturi Lal v. State of U.P.
(C) Rudal Sah v. State of Bihar (D) Nilabeti Behara v. State of Orissa

7. The Supreme Court has ruled that a person belonging to the non-reserved class
transplanted by adoption or marriage or conversion or any other voluntary act to family
belonging to the reserved class does not become eligible to benefit or reservation either
under Article 5(4) or Article 16(4) of the Constitution in
(A) Indra Sawhney v. UOI
(B) Km. Madhuri Patel v. Addl Commissioner, Tribal Development
(C) Valsamma Paul v. Cochin University
(D) M.D. Kasekar v. Vishnath Pander Barde.

8. The UPSC has to serve only
(A) Selected States (B) Union Territories
(C) Entire Nation (D) Depends on President’s Will

9. Under Article 11 of the Constitution the Parliament passed the Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2003 which provides the overseas citizenship to the People of Indian Origin in
(A) 12 specified countries (B) 16 specified countries
(C) 18 specified countries (D) 20 specified countries

10. Which one of the following statements is correct ?
(A) The Constitution gives more importance to the society as a whole
(B) The Constitution is individual centric or individual oriented
(C) The Constitution is social-economic pattern of the society but ignores the individual
(D) The Constitution has not ignored individual but has endeavoured to harmonise the individual
interest with permanant interest of the community.

11. Assertion (A) : An accused person cannot be compelled to give his thumb impression Reason (R) : An accused person cannot be compelled to be witness against himself
(A) Both A and R are true (B) Both A and R are false
(C) A is true but R is false (D) A is false but R is true

12. A telephonic conversation of the accused with his friend was secretly tapped by the police. Can this lay basis for raising the issue that :
(A) It infringes the fundamental right against testimonial compulsion under Article 20 (3) of the Constitution
(B) It infringes the fundamental right to privacy under Article 19 of the Constitution
(C) It infringes the fundamental right guaranteed in Article 21 relating to personal liberty
(D) There is no constitutional bar to the prosecution of such accused.

13. While a proclamation of emergency is in operation in the country under Article 352
(A) The Parliament is empowered under Article 250 to legislate with respect to any matter in the State List
(B) The power of the State Legislature to make a law which is entitled to make a law under the Constitution is suspended
(C) A law passed by the Parliament may be amended by a State Legislature with the prior permission of the President
(D) Parliament can delegate some of its powers to the State Legislatures.

13. In law, a man is presumed to be dead if he is not heard of as alive for :
(A) 5 years (B) 7 years
(C) 9 years (D) 8 years

14. Sati was declared illegal and punishable in 1829 by :
(A) Cornwallis (B) Lord Rippon
(C) Lord William Bentik (D) None of the above

15. A Lok Adalat is different from other courts :
(A) Because its decisions cannot be challenged in any court of law
(B) Because the system is developed by the Judges
(C) Because the Parliamentary Act guides it
(D) None of the above

16. Who among the following won the Noble Peace Prize, 2009 ?
(A) Barak Obama (B) Paul Krugman
(C) Roger Y. Tsien (D) Herald Zur Har Hangen

17. The overseas Citizens of India are not entitled for the following :
(A) Cannot vote or contest elections (B) Cannot become President of India
(C) Cannot become a Judge of a High Court (D) All of them

18. During whose regime the first census was undertaken in India :
(A) Lord Rippon (B) Lord Dalhousie
(C) Lord Hastings (D) Lord Mountbatten

19. Right to Education viz. Article 21 A was added in the Constitution by the :
(A) Constitution 86th Amendment Act, 2002
(B) Constitution 85th Amendment Act, 2001
(C) Constitution 84th Amendment Act, 2001
(D) Constitution 83rd Amendment Act, 2000

19. For the purpose of fundamental rights an authority must come within the definition of
‘State’. Which of the following is not a State ?
(A) ONGC (B) Industrial and Finance Corporation
(C) NCERT (D) Kerala Legislative Assembly

20. In relation to affiliation of educational institutions with a University, the Supreme Court has pointed out that :
(A) Grant of affiliation is purely a discretionary power of the State
(B) Affiliation being a Fundamental Right cannot be denied
(C) If an institution fulfils the condition of affiliation, the same must be given and there cannot be any discrimination
(D) If policy of the Government does not permit affiliation, the same may be refused
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