UGC NET CBSE Paper II Law 2011 December Question Paper

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This is the UGC NET Question Paper II from the exam conducted by CBSE in December 2011.
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Q. The words ‘Socialist’ and ‘Secular’ were inserted in the Preamble by
– 1st Amendment of the Constitution
– 24th Amendment of the Constitution
– 44th Amendment of the Constitution
– 42nd Amendment of the Constitution

Q. The expression ‘minority’ in Article 30 of the Constitution of India means any community which is
– Less than 50% of the population of a particular State as a whole
– Less than 40% of the population of a particular State as a whole
– It is determined on the basis of the entire population of the country
– It is determined on the basis of Census

Q. A writ of certiorari can be issued Against
– A Lower Court/Tribunal to prevent it from proceeding further.
– Parliament to stop the proceedings taking place in the House.
– Lower Courts to remit all the documents to the writ court for verification.
– To give direction to the executive to perform their duties.

Q. Which one of the following authorities is competent to seek the advisory opinion of the Supreme Court of India ?
– The Parliament of India
– The Governor of a State
– The Council of Ministers
– The President of India

Q. The Supreme Court observed that, Parliamentary privileges are not subject to Fundamental Rights in
– Ganapati Reddy V. Nafisul Hasan
– M.S.M. Sharma V. Sri Krishna Sinha
– Keshav Singh V. The Speaker, UP
– S.P. Mittal V. Union of India

Q. Article 360 of the Constitution of India relates to
– Ordinance making power
– Amendment
– Election Commission
– Financial Emergency

Q. ‘Rights spring from Right’ said by
– Allen
– Kelsen
– Salmond
– Hart

Q. ‘Natural law’ theory may be broadly divided into
– Five Classes
– Four Classes
– Three Classes
– Two Classes

Q. ‘Social Solidarity’ principle was propounded by
– Maine
– Duguit
– Austin
– Bodin

Q. ‘Vienna School’ of law is known as
– ‘Systematic Theory of Law’
– ‘Private Theory of Law’
– ‘Pure Theory of Law’
– ‘Old Theory of Law’

Q. Expiatory Theory of Punishment is linked with the following :
– Preventive Theory
– Reformative Theory
– Retributive Theory
– Deterrent Theory

Q. The physical element of possession is also called as
– Ratio decidendi
– Corpus decidendi
– Corpus possessionis
– Animus possidendi

Q. In which of the following cases the Court said that the distinction between de facto and de jure recognition is political, rather than legal ?
– The S.S. Christina Case
– The Arantraju Mendi Case
– The Tinaco Arbitration Case
– Mighell V. Sultan of Jahore

Q. Which of the following are essential elements of a valid international custom ?
1. Constant and uniform State practice
2. Generality of practice
3. Jus cogens
4. Opinio juris
– 1 alone
– 3 and 4
– 1, 2 and 4
– 1, 2, 3 and 4

Q. Match List – I with List – II using the codes given below :

List – I (Theme)
(a) International custom
(b) Human rights
(c) United Nations
(d) Status of international law in India

List – II (Judicial decisions)
1. The Visaka Case
2. Indian Gramophone Co. Case
3. The S.S. Lotus Case
4. The Reparations Case

Choose the answer corresponding to the order (a) (b) (c) (d)
– 2 4 1 3
– 3 1 4 2
– 3 2 4 1
– 1 4 2 3

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