04 March, 2016

Solved Question Paper of Delhi Judicial Service Exam. 2008

Delhi Judicial Service Exam. 2008

1.         Who was the first chairman of NHRC (National Human Rights Commission)
A.          Justice B.N. Khare
B.           Justice P.N. Bhagwati
C.           Justice R. Mishra
D.          Justice Beg
Ans.    (a)

2.         How many seat in Madhya Pradesh
A.          2
B.           3
C.           1
D.          4
Ans.    (a)

3.         What is the maximum pecuniary jurisdiction of State Forum under the Consumer Protection Act
A.          up to 20 lakh
B.           up to 50 lakh
C.           up to 5 lakh
D.          up to 1 crore
Ans.    (a)

4.         Which of following decides the dispute of election of the president?
A.          Only H.C.
B.           Only S.C
C.           Both A & B
D.          None
Ans.    (a)

5.         Who actually can get maintenance under Section 125 of the Cr. P.C.
A.          Wife who refuses to live with her husband
B.           Wife living separetly with mutual consent
C.           Wife employed in government department
D.          Divorced wife unable to maintain herself
Ans.    (a)

6.         What is age of juvenile in juvenile justice (care and protection )Act
A.       18 Years
B.        19 Years
C.        20 Years
D.       21 Years
Ans.    (a)

7.         Count imposed death sentence, certified copy of such judgement to death convict
A.          Will be given when he desires
B.           Will be given only on application
C.           Will be given free of cost immediately whether or not he applies for
D.          Will not be given in any case
Ans.    (a)

8.         What kind of Punishment provided under contempt of Court Act.
A.       Only Civil
B.        Criminal
C.        Both A & B
D.       None of these
Ans.    (a)

9.         Within how many days the court can take cognizance of Dishonour of a Cheque.
A.       Within 1 month from casue of action
B.        Within 60 days
C.        Within 15 days
D.       Any time
Ans.    (a)

10.       Who will inquest the suicidal  death of woman within seven years of marriage.
A.          Only judicial magistrate investigate
B.           Only Police
C.           Executive Magistrate
D.          Both A & C
Ans.    (a)

11.       What amounts to cruelty
A.          mere conduct towards other
B.           Misconduct of husband to his wife
C.           Harassment of the Woman with view to coerce her
D.          None of above
Ans.    (a)

12.       If the appeal is heard by a single judge bench of a High Court, where does further appeal lie
A.          Only to the S.C.
B.           No further appeal
C.           By division bench of H.C.
D.          None of these
Ans.    (a)

13.       For transfer of a suit from one court to another by defendant where both court are subbordiante to different High Courts, the application lies to
A.          State Government
B.           To Supreme Court
C.           To High Court in whose jurisdiction the court in which suit is brought is situated
D.          To any two of High Court’s
Ans.    (a)

14.       Goods means
A.          actionable claim
B.           Money
C.           Stock and Share
D.          All
Ans.    (a)

15.       In which of the following circumstances, the death sentence may be imposed under the N.D.P.S. Act.
A.          Having 2 grams of opium
B.           2 Kg of opium
C.           Having in possession of 10 kg of opium
D.          None
Ans.    (a)

16.       Who can panticipate in plea bargaining (A/c of 265 A of Cr. P.C.)
A.          The accused and Victim
B.           The accused, victim, prosecution and investigation officer for mutual satisfactory disposition
C.           Only Court
D.          None
Ans.    (a)

17.       Who among the Justices has come from bar directly as a judge of the Supreme Court
A.          Justice H.R. Khanna
B.           Justice Bhagwati
C.           Justice Beg
D.          Justice N. Santosh Hegdre
Ans.    (a)

18.       Who has written the book white tiger
A.          Arvind Adiga
B.           Rakesh Kumar
C.           Arundhati Roy
D.          Ravi Shankar
Ans.    (a)

19.       Which article provides that employment of children in hazardus factory Is prohibited?
A.          Article 21
B.           Article 22
C.           Article 23
D.          Article 24
Ans.    (a)

20.       Election dispute can be resolved only through election petition to the
A.          District Court
B.           Only Supreme Court
C.           High Court
D.          By Election Tribunal
Ans.    (a)

21.       The fundamental right can never be amended as it beyond the purview of the parliament, such rulling was given in
A.          Keshwanand Bharti Case
B.           Golaknath v. State of Punjab
C.           Golaknath v. state of Kerala
D.          Indira Gandhi v. Raj Narayan
Ans.    (a)

22.       Jurisdiction lies to the court where the property immovable in nature falls
A.          Particullary in jurisdiction
B.           Substantially in jurisdiction
C.           Both A& B
D.          Only to High Court
Ans.    (a)

23.       What’s the maximum punishment under the Negotiable Instruments Act
A.          2 years Only
B.           6 Years and or fine which is double amount the dishonor
C.           Any punishment below 7 years
D.          None of the above
Ans.    (a)

24.       Nogotiable instrument is
A.          Non compoundable
B.           Compoundable
C.           Both A & C
D.          Coyxirable
Ans.    (a)

25.       Measure of damages by count before inflicting damage is reached with the help of which of the following cases
A.          Hedely v. Baxandale
B.           Harvey v. Fency
C.           Mcphension v. Appna
D.          All
Ans.    (a)

26.       Under what provision the death penalty given by Session Court require confirmation by the High Court
A.          Section 360 of Cr. P.C.
B.           Section 366 of Cr. P.C.
C.           Section 369 of Cr. P.C.
D.          Not confirmation is required.
Ans.    (a)

27.       Who has written the book, ‘Golden Gate’
A.          Vikram Seth
B.           Vikram Pandit
C.           Vikram Singh
D.          Lila Singh
Ans.    (a)

28.       Who was the first lady to be the chief justice of any High Court
A.          Justice Ruma Pal
B.           Justice Lila Seth
C.           Justice Rekha Sharma
D.          None
Ans.    (a)

29.       Who is the writer of  the famous book Roses of December
A.          Justice Chagla
B.           Justice Laxamanan
C.           Justice Krishna lyer
D.          Justice P.N. Bhagwati
Ans.    (a)

30.       Cognizance meaning
A.       Arrest without warrant only
B.        Arrest and investigate without warrant of magistrate
C.        Inform the accused
D.       Can never arrest and investigate
Ans.    (a)

31.       Who is empowered to pass an order under Section 133 of Cr. P.C
A.          Any Court
B.           Any Police Officer
C.           Executive Magistrate
D.          Only D.M.
Ans.    (a)

32.       Who can pass the Order under provision of Section 125 of Cr. P.C.
A.       First class J.M.
B.        Only C.J.M.
C.        Only District Judge
D.       Only D.M.
Ans.    (a)

33.       The accused mentioned in F.I.R. wants it to be quashed, he would approach the following one court
A.          Only District Court
B.           Only High Court
C.           Only Supreme Court
D.          All Court
Ans.    (a)

34.       When can a leading question be asked
A.          Only in Examination in Chief
B.           In cross examination
C.           In re examination
D.          In all
Ans.    (a)

35.       Evidentiary value of a dying declaration
A.          A conviction can be made only after corroboration
B.           A conviction can be made even without corroboration
C.           It has no evidentiary value
D.          It is a very weak evidence
Ans.    (a)

36.       Individual gold medalist is Olympic won by Abhinav Bindra in which of the following event
A.          8.50 m rifle shoot
B.           10 m rifle range
C.           Only 5 m rifle range
D.          None
Ans.    (a)

37.       Saina Nehwal is associated with
A.          Hockey
B.           Golf
C.           Badminton
D.          Tennis
Ans.    (a)

38.       India’s representative film for Oscar in 2008 is
A.          Tare Zami Par
B.           Black
C.           Rang De Basanti
D.          None
Ans.    (a)

39.       When can a person be accused of rape of his own wife
A.          Sexual intercourse with her when she is 14 years old or below
B.           When she is below than 16 years
C.           Can never be rape
D.          None
Ans.    (a)

40.       Who are the person entitled to get benefit of free legal aid under National Legal Service Authority Act
A.          Only Woman
B.           Only Minor
C.           Only S.C. and S.T.
D.          All
Ans.    (a)

41.       Name the judge who had given the descending judgement in A.D.M. Jabalpur v. S.K. Shukla case
A.          Justice Chandrachud
B.           Justice Beg
C.           Justice H.R. Khanna
D.          Justice P.N. Bhagwati
Ans.    (a)

42.       Term Whistleblower means
A.          The person who exposes the corruption in development work
B.           Who is Protagonist
C.           Who is fought against immoral proctices
D.          All the above
Ans.    (a)

43.       The experience required to be appointed as Special public Prosecutor
A.          20 Years
B.           10 Years
C.           7 Years
D.          5 Years
Ans.    (a)

44.       The animal active and move at night is called
A.          Nocturnal
B.           Cannibalism
C.           Amphitious
D.          Duraned
Ans.    (a)

45.       A fraud has been discovered by a party in a contract and lodged a criminal case, afterwards that the parites agreed to withdraw the case as only compensate the disadvantageous party such contract is
A.          Void as against public policy
B.           Illegal
C.           Voidable
D.          Valid
Ans.    (a)

46.       Term Proscribe means
A.          To continue
B.           To prohibit
C.           To put a check
D.          All the above
Ans.    (a)

47.       Lok Adalat is held under Provision of
A.          Section 20 of N.L.S. A. Act
B.           Section of Arbitration Act
C.           by Rules of H.C.
D.          At the discreation of parties
Ans.    (a)

48.       Sikkim’s special status is mentioned in which of the following articles
A.          Article 371
B.           Article 371 A
C.           Article 371 C
D.          Article 371 F
Ans.    (a)

49.       Whether the Constitution of India is applicable in the state of J&K
A.          True
B.           False
Ans.    (a)

50.       At the time of Independence of India, Gandhiji was in the prison of
A.          Central Assembly, Bombay
B.           Central Jail, Delhi
C.           Calcutta Jail
D.          Lahor Jail
Ans.    (a)

51.       Who is workman in the Industrial Dispute Act?
A.          Who is employed is contract for service
B.           Who is working as contract of service
C.           Both A & B
D.          Cannot be determine by the definition
Ans.    (a)
52.       Which pass is in Himachal Pradesh
A.          Khaibar
B.           Darma
C.           Niti
D.          Barahoti
Ans.    (a)

53.       Company can be dissolved by
A.          All the directors of Company
B.           Cannot be dissolved by the directors
C.           At CM only be dissolved by Court
D.          None of these
Ans.    (a)

54.       The headquater of I.P.R. is in
A.          Hydrabad
B.           Banglore
C.           Delhi
D.          Mumbai
Ans.    (a)

55.       What is the name given to newly established Law School at Patna
A.       Patliputra Law School
B.        Chankya Law School
C.        Nalanda Law School
D.       None of these
Ans.    (a)

56.       Before becoming as a judge of the SC, Justice Krishna Lyer was a Minister in Karnataka government, above statement is
A.       True
B.        False
Ans.    (a)

57.       Who is a woman judge in the Supreme Court of India (Presently)
A.       Anjali Arora
B.        Indu Malhotra
C.        Leila Seth
D.       None of these
Ans.    (a)

58.       The phone at is anybody’s guess means
A.       Everybody can guess
B.        Nobody can guess
C.        Difficult to assume
D.       Eary to guessing
Ans.    (a)

59.       There is no love lost between them-means
A.       There is great love
B.        There is no love between them
C.        There is enmity between them
D.       None of these
Ans.    (a)

60.       Punishment provided in R.T.I. for not furnishing information is
A.          Rs. 150 per day
B.           Rs. 250 per day
C.           Rs. 2500 per day
D.          Rs. 50 per day
Ans.    (a)

61.       In all public building the construction of slopping stairs without steps for disables is compulsory this statement is
A.          True
B.           False
Ans.    (a)

62.       Government can acquire the land under Land Acquisition Act, 1984 for public purposes under Section
A.          Section 2 the Act,
B.           Under section 4 of this Act
C.           Under section 40
D.          Can never be acquired under this Act
Ans.    (a)

63.       The award given under Industrial dispute Act can be challenged to
A.          High Court only
B.           Supreme Court only
C.           Supreme Court through S.L.P.
D.          Cannot challenge
Ans.    (a)

64.       Trem persecute means
A.          To be held guilty
B.           To frame in criminal charge
C.           To treat cruelty because of race, religion, caste etc.
D.          To start a criminal case
Ans.    (a)

65.       Who among the following was first chairman of Law Commission of India
A.          Justice H.J. Kania
B.           Justice Patangli Shatri
C.           M.C. Setalwad
D.          Sukmar Sen
Ans.    (a)

66.       Compensation under Land Acquistiton Act 1984 is fixed mark
A.          True
B.           False
Ans.    (a)

67.       Relief which can be provided under Domestic Violence Act, 2005
A.          Compensation Orders
B.           Custody of Children
C.           Residential Order and Protection Orders
D.          All the above
Ans.    (a)

68.       Non compliance of Protection Order by Court under Domestic Violence Act, will be an offence as
A.          Non cognizable and Non bailable
B.           Bailable and Punishable
C.           Cognizable and Non bailable
D.          Punishable with not less than 7 years of imprisonment
Ans.    (a)

69.       Who can file a suit for removal of public nuisances under Civil Laws
A.          Only Attorney General of India
B.           Only Advocate Genera
C.           Both A & b
D.          At least two person with leave of the count even no damage to them
Ans.    (a)

70.       There is no provision of trying the cases of Negotiable instrument under Civil Procedure Code
A.          True
B.           False
Ans.    (a)

71.       Maximum punishment can be given in summary trial in Cr. P.C. in summary trial in Cr. P.C is not more than 1 year in any case
A.          True
B.           False
Ans.    (a)

72.       In a famous case the Supreme Court has provided strict guidelines related to right the arrested persons
A.          Sakiri Basu case
B.           Hussain Aara Khatton v. State of Bihar
C.           D.K. Basu v. Stae of West Bengal
D.          None of these
Ans.    (a)

73.       Only a chief Justice can be a chairman of N.H.R.C. of India
A.          True
B.           False
Ans.    (a)

Courtesy:- Legal Point Foundation (LPF)

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