UGC NET CBSE Paper II Law 2006 June Question Paper

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This is the UGC NET Question Paper II from the exam conducted by CBSE in June 2006.
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Q. Which among the following is not a fundamental right ?
– Right to Privacy
– Right to Speedy Trial
– Right to Clean Environment
– Right to Property

Q. The president shall revoke a proclamation of emergency if the house of people passes a resolution disapproving the proclamation of emergency by a :
– Majority of total membership of the house.
– Majority of not less than two third of the house present and voting
– Simple Majority
– Both Majority of total membership of the house and Majority of not less than two third of the house present and voting

Q. Decision in D.K. Baru’s case relates to :
– Dowry Death
– Sexual harassment at work place
– Murder
– Arrest

Q. The supreme court is a court of record means :
– It has the powers of a court to punish for contempt of itself
– Its judgements are binding on all courts
– It has got powers to pass orders for enforcement of its own judgements
– Full faith and credit shall be given to all its judgements

Q. Original jurisdiction of the supreme court means that it has got jurisdiction in any dispute :
– between the Government of India and one or more states
– between states on inter-state river water
– between two or more states
– both, between the Government of India and one or more states and between two or more states

Q. In Maneka Gandhi’s case the supreme court held that the procedure established by law must be :
– fair and reasonable
– fair, just and reasonable
– fair, just and equitable
– duly enacted by legislature

Q. In which case the supreme court held that secularism is part of the basic structure of the constitution of India.
– Minerva Mills Case
– S. R. Bommai’s Case
– S. P. Gupta’s Case
– M. C. Mehta’s Case

Q. In the matter of appointment of high court judges, the CJI is required to consult :
– Two senior most judges of the supreme court
– Two senior most judges of the concerned high court
– The chief justice of the concerned high court
– Governor of the state

Q. Fiction theory is related to which one of the following concepts :
– Legal Personality
– Ownership
– Liability
– Justice

Q. Jurisprudence is :
– the systematic study of nature
– study of Government’s behaviour
– lawyer’s extroversion
– None of the choices

Q. Right and duties exist :
– together
– opposite to each other
– separately
– complementary to each other

Q. Liberty is without independent jural significance was propounded by :
– Hans Kelsen
– Duguit
– Roscoe Pound
– Mill

Q. A legal system is only the sum total of laws and that one only needs to identify a law was propounded by :
– Bentham
– Austin
– Salmond
– Ihring

Q. The difference between judicial and legislative creativity has been that “The creative power of the court is limited by existing legal material at their command. They find the material and shape it. The legislature may manufacture entirely new material” was stated by :
– Ehrlich
– Roscoe Pound
– Kelson
– Savigny

Q. International law is :
– Collection of legislations of various countries.
– Body of rules and principles of action which are binding upon civilized states in their relation with each other.
– Collection of customs of various countries
– A legal instrument in service of domestic policy

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