UGC NET CBSE Paper II Law 2006 December Question Paper

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This is the UGC NET Question Paper II from the exam conducted by CBSE in December 2006.
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Q. Which one of the following statements is correct ?
– Directive Principles of State Policy are part and parcel of Fundamental Rights
– Directive Principles of State Policy override Fundamental Rights
– Fundamental Rights override Directive Principles of State Policy
– Neither override each other

Q. Point out the correct answer : Right to education by the 86th Amendment of the Constitution has provided :
– education upto any level
– free and compulsory education upto 14 years
– education subject to financial capacity of the state
– education without considering the financial capacity of the state

Q. A member of a House is disqualified if :
– he resigns from his party
– he becomes a Speaker of the House
– he is expelled from his party
– all the choices are correct

Q. A constitutional amendment requires :
– a majority of the total membership of the House
– not less than two third majority of members present and voting
– a simple majority of the total members present and voting
– both a majority of the total membership of the House and not less than two third majority of members present and voting

Q. The harmony between Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles was laid down by the Supreme Court in :
– The A.K. Gopalan’s case
– The Golaknath case
– The Minerva Mills case
– The Champakam Dorairajan case

Q. In the Islamic Academy of Education case guidelines were laid down for :
– Fixing fees by private educational institutions
– State Government Committee to conduct admission test
– Admissions by minority professional institutions to admit students of their own community
– All of the choices

Q. To strive towards excellence in all spheres of individual and collective activity is a part of :
– GATT
– ICCPR
– Directive Principles of State Policy
– Fundamental Rights

Q. Which one of the following Article is not suspended during enforcement of Article 356 of the Constitution ?
– Article 20
– Article 21
– Article 20 and 21
– Article 32

Q. Who of the following jurists said that law is a Command of Sovereign ?
– Salmond
– Julius Stone
– Hans Kelson
– Austin

Q. Who of the following has made distinction between distributive justice and corrective justice ?
– Plato
– Aristotle
– John Stuart
– John Austin

Q. Who of the following jurists propounded volksgiest theory ?
– Salmond
– Savigny
– Ihering
– Ehrlich

Q. Hypothesis of Grundnorm was propounded by :
– Austin
– Diguit
– Hart
– Kelson

Q. Adverse possession may lead to loss of :
– Possession
– Ownership
– Power
– Liberty

Q. The purpose of punishment is :
– recreative
– reformative
– refreshing
– None of the choices

Q. Monism and dualism theories are :
– Complementary to each other
– Different from each other
– Similar to each other
– None of the choices

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