UGC NET CBSE Paper II Law 2011 June Question Paper

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This is the UGC NET Question Paper II from the exam conducted by CBSE in June 2011.
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Q. The Supreme Court of India has adopted new approach for the interpretation of the concept ‘Equality’ in
– State of West Bengal V. Anwarli Sarkar
– E P Royappa V. State of Tamil Nadu
– Keshavanand Bharati V. State of Kerala
– State of Karnataka V. Appa Balu Ingale

Q. In which of the following case the Supreme Court said ‘Right to Life does not include Right to Die’ ?
– P. Rathinam V. Union of India
– M.C. Mehta V. Union of India
– Gian kaur V. State of Punjab
– Sunil Batra V. Superintendent, Delhi Administration

Q. Which one of the following privileges is guaranteed to the President of India under Article 361 of the Constitution ?
– Not to participate in the Parliamentary proceedings.
– He is answerable to the chief Justice of India.
– He is not to be answerable to any court during the term of his office.
– Can address both the Houses of Parliament at the time of joint session.

Q. Money Bills can be introduced only
– in Rajya Sabha
– in both Houses of Parliament
– in Lok Sabha only
– None of the choices

Q. Who has the power to dissolve the House of the People ?
– The Council of Ministers
– The Prime Minister
– The Speaker of the Lok Sabha
– The President

Q. Judicial review in the Indian Constitution is based on
– Procedure established by law
– Due process of Law
– Rule of Law
– Precedents and Conventions

Q. ‘Limits of Jurisprudence Defined’ written by
– Jeremy Bentham
– John Austin
– T.E. Holland
– H.L.A. Hart

Q. H.L.A. Hart remarks that ‘Law is a
– Union of primary and secondary rules.
– Union of Public and Private law.
– Union of Central and State law.
– Union of effective rules.

Q. The term ‘Legal theory’ has been first time coined by
– Hans Kelsen
– W. Friedman
– Salmond
– Ronald Dworkin

Q. There are ______ theories of punishment.
– Two
– Three
– Four
– Five

Q. Which one of the following statements is true ?
– Animus is necessary for the acquisition or commencement of possession.
– Corpus is necessary for the acquisition or commencement of possession.
– Animus and corpus are not necessary for the acquisition or commencement of possession.
– Animus and corpus are necessary for the acquisition or commencement of possession.

Q. The ‘Will Theory’ was criticised by
– Locke
– Holmes
– Puchta
– Duguit

Q. Boundary delimitation treaties are binding even on non-party states because they are valid ergo omnes. The International Court of Justice held so in
– The Asylum Case
– The case concerning Kasikili/ Sedudu Island (Botswana V. Namibia)
– The case concerning the Gabcikobo-Nagymaros Project (Hungary V. Slovakia)
– The Anglo-Norwegian Fisheries case

Q. ‘A treaty is a contract between the Governments of two or more sovereign States.’ Lord Templeman said so in
– The S.S. Lotus case
– The Gulf of Maine case
– James Buchanan & Co. V. Babco Forwarding and Shipping
– Maclaine Watson V. Dept. of Trade and Industry

Q. Assertion (A) : International Law is generally not enforceable.
Reason (R) : International Law is generally observed by States in practice.
– Both (A) and (R) are true and (R) is the correct explanation of (A).
– Both (A) and (R) are true, but (R) is not the correct explanation of (A).
– (A) is true, but (R) is false.
– (A) is false, but (R) is true.

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