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Directions : In each of the following questions, there is a group of letters or words given. Four of the five are alike in a
certain way, while one is different. Find out the one which is different.
Q.1.
(1) black
(2) red
(3) green
(4) yellow
(5) paint
Of the five, ‘black’, ‘red’, ‘green’, and ‘yellow’ form a group as they are names of colours. ‘Paint’ is not the name of
a colour. Therefore (5) is the answer.
Now try to solve the following question.
Q.2.
(1) XZ
(2) MN
(3) PQ
(4) BC
(5) ST
Following are the questions based on analogy.
Q.3.
“Foot” is related to “Man” in the same way as “Hoof” is related to –––––
(1) Leg
(2) Horse
(3) Dog
(4) Boy
(5) Shoe
In the above example, with which one of the five, “Hoof” has the same relationship as “Foot” has to “Man” ? The
answer is “Horse”, which is answer number (2).
Now try the following question.
Q.4.
“Day” is related to “Night” in the same way as “Kind” is related to –––––
(1) Cruel
(2) Bright
(3) Dark
(4) Generous
(5) Gratitude
Now try the following questions.
Q.5.
If the letters in the word TOPS can be rearranged to form a meaningful word beginning with O, the last letter of
that word is your answer. If more than one such word can be formed, M is the answer and if no such word can
be formed, X is the answer.
(1) T
(2) P
(3) M
(4) S
(5) X
Q.6.
Some leaders are dishonest. Satyapriya is a leader. Which of the following inferences definitely follows
from these two statements ?
(1) Satyapriya is honest
(2) Satyapriya is dishonest
(3) Some leaders are honest
(4) Leaders are generally dishonest
(5) Satyapriya is sometimes dishonest









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15 Questions x 2 marks = 30 marks.
1. The Words Socialist and Secular were added in the Constitution of
India by the ______ amendment to Constitution.
a. 42
b. 44
c. 40
d. 41
2. The Words ‘Justice, Liberty, Equality and Fraternity’ in Preamble of
Constitution are given contents by parta.
I, V
b. V, VI
c. III, IV
d. III
3. Which of the following case relates to the recognition or aid to
minority institutions ?
a. TMA Pai Foundation v/s. State of Karnataka
b. D. K. Basu v/s. Union of India
c. Vishaka v/s State of Rajasthan
d. R. S. Nayak v/s. Antulay.
4. The concept of Judicial review in India is inspired by the
Constitution ofa.
Britain
b. USA
c. France
d. Canada
5. Who has power to grant pardons within the Constitution of India ?
6. By which amendment to Constitution, the Parliament introduced
the Panchayat Raj and the Nagarpalikas?
7. Article ___ of Constitution provides that Supreme Court may be
consulted by President of India on question of Law and fact.
8. During proclamation of National Emergency which Article of
Constitution cannot be suspended?
9. Article ___ of the Constitution of India makes provision relating to
amendment of Constitution.
10. Impeachment of Judges is provided in Article ____ of
Constitution of India.
11. Article 24 of Constitution prohibits Child Labour in
a. all employment
b. only hazardous industries
c. households
d. none of the above.
12. Transfer of Property Act, 1882, coversa.
Movable property
b. Both the above
c. Immovable property
d. None of the above.
13. The rule of evidence which forbids a person from denying the
truth of some statement formerly made by hima.
Estoppel
b. Etseq
c. Estray
d. Estreat.
14. Contractue aberrima fides means ………………..
15. Quasi Contract impliesa.
Certain relations resembling those created by contract
b. Contracts between two parties
c. Claim for unliquidated sum of money
d. None of the above.
2008: Part B
1. Briefly answer the following:- (10 marks each, total 50m)
a. What do you understand by breach of contract? Explain the
remedies available to aggrieved party for breach committed
by other party.
b. Explain the protection given to the bankers under the
Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881.
c. A Company is Separate Legal Entity distinct from its
members. Explain citing leading case laws.
d. Briefly explain how the Appropriate Government fixes and
reviews minimum rates of wages under Minimum Wages
Act,1948.
e. Briefly enumerate the rights guaranteed under Part III of the
Indian Constitution.
2. Write short notes on any three (8 marks each, total 24 marks):-
a. Void and Voidable Agreements
b. Doctrine of Ultravires under Companies Act, 1956
c. Banker-customer relationship
d. Alternate Dispute Resolution (ADR)
e. Freedom of Press.
3. Write any one (30 marks)
a. ‘A’ executed promisory note in favour of’ B ‘for Rs. 50,000. ‘A’
commits breach. Draft a summary suit in accordance with
(Order XXXVII) of the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908.
b. Draft a ‘ Leave and Licence Agreement ‘ between Shri
Rajat Sharma as Licensor and AXB Bank as Licencees for
premises being Flat No. 3, Lijjat Building,’ A’ Road, Anand,
Gujarat 360 007.
4. Answer following:
a. ‘ A ‘ promised to take ‘ B ‘ but for a dinner in Taj Hotel. Even
after three weeks, ‘A’ did not fulfill the promise. ‘ B ‘ wants to
sue ‘A’ to enforce the promise. Advise. 5m
b. Sunrise TV, a Singapore based Satellite TV Company
introduces a 5 new channel called ‘ Channel S ‘ which can
be viewed in India. The channel is meant only for adults as
it telecasts only adult films. The Govt. of India passes a law
and bans viewing of this and other similar channels in India
and makes reception and circulation of such programmes
by Cable TV operators, a punishable offence. This caused
considerable financial loss to cable TV operators in India.
The cable TV operators federation in New Delhi filed a Writ
Petition in the Supreme Court challenging the validity of the
new law as contradictory to Art 19(1)(a). Advise the Govt. of
India. 5m
c. Rahul entered into an Agreement with a banker and
deposited two 6 lakhs with banker. The terms of the contract
provided, that Rahul’s son Rohan shall be the beneficiary
of the deposited amount only if he marries after he attains
legally marriageable age. Is the Agreement between Rahul
and Banker void ? Explain. 6m
2009’s Law Paper
2009: Part A: Objective
15 questions x 2 = 30 marks.
1. Which is the amendment which altered the property right as legal
right?
a. 42nd Amendment
b. 43rd Amendment
c. 44th Amendment
d. None of these.
2. In which case, it was held by the Supreme Court that “Preamble is
the basic feature of the Constitution” ?
a. Golaknath
b. Maneka Gandhi
c. Swarn Singh
d. Keshavanand Bharti.
3. The Directive Principles area.
Positive instructions to the government to work for the
attainment of set objectives;
b. Negative instructions to the government to refrain from
encroaching on the freedom of the people ;
c. Directives to the State to enhance the prestige of the country;
d. Directives to the government to pursue a policy of nonalignment.
4. The Doctrine of” Double Jeopardy” in Article 20 (2) means
…………….. .
5. Find correct statements: (A) Fundamental duties cannot be
enforced by Writs. (B) Fundamental duties can be promoted only
by Constitutional methods;
a. (a) Only (A) is correct
b. (b) Only (B) is correct
c. (c) Both (A) and (B) are correct
d. (d) Neither (A) nor (B) is correct.
6. A standard form of contract is one in whicha.
The terms on which mercantile transactions of common
occurrence are to be carried out.
b. the terms are fixed by one of the parties in advance and are
open to acceptance by the other.
c. both (a) and (b)
d. None of the above.
7. Hadley v/s Baxendale is a leading case on
a. (a) anticipatory breach
b. (b) remoteness of damage
c. (c) breach of implied term
d. (d) None of the above.
8. Non est factum means ………………….. .
9. How many number of members can be appointed as Arbitrators?
a. (a) One
b. (b) Two
c. (c) Three
d. (d) The parties are free to determine the number of arbitrators
provided such number shall not be an even number.
10. Grant of temporary injunction by virtue of Section 37 of the
Specific Relief Act, 1963 is regulated bya.
(a) CPC 1908
b. (b) Indian Contract Act, 1872
c. (c) Transfer of Property Act, 1882
d. (d) None of the above.
11. The term “Sale” in the Transfer of Property Act, 1882 is
defined in section _____.
12. Leave to Defend may bea.
(a) refused
b. (b) granted unconditionally
c. (c) granted conditionally
d. (d) Either (a), (b) or (c).
13. The Right to Information Act came into force on _______.
14. The legal maxim Ubi Jus lbi Remedium means _______.
15. A Constitution Bench on a reference made by the President
of India
must be consisting of _______ number of judges.
2009 Part B: Descriptive
1. Briefly answer the following :-
a. The Indian Constitution protects the honour and dignity of an
individual. Explain in context of Article 21 of the Constitution
with reference to decided case laws.
b. What are the consequences of mis-statement,in the
Prospectus under the Companies Act ? Explain with
reference to leading case laws.
c. Briefly enumerate the health, safety and welfare provisions
contemplated under the Factories Act, 1948 with relevent
case laws.
2. Write short notes on any three :-
a. Doctrine of Indoor Management under Companies Act, 1956.
b. Public Interest Litigation
c. Right to Education
d. Consumer Protection in India
e. Right to Information as fundamental right.
3. In Suit No. 300 of 2008, the Hon’ble High Court passed an ex parte
decree against EXIMBank, Mumbai on 10th November 2009. At
the time of service of summons, the Bank had temporarily shifted
its office with all the records to another place for the purpose of
carrying out renovation and hence, could not contest the suit. Draft
a Notice of Motion with supporting affidavit dated l0th December
2009 for setting aside of ex parte decree passed by Hon’ble High
Court.
4. Solve following, giving reasons
a. Ms. Abha applied for a job in response to an advertisement
placed by X and Co., a private concern, in the Times of India.
Despite the fact that Abha was fully qualified for the job, she
was not called for the interview as the employer thought that
since a woman has to maintain a family, he should prefer
a man to a woman who has no corresponding liability. Will
Abha succeed?
b. On returning home from the market one day, Mrs. D’souza
notices a counterfeit currency note of Rs. 100 while counting
the remaining money. To get rid of the counterfeit note, Mrs.
D’souza goes to the same shop and purchases shampoo
worth Rs. 100 and passes the fake note at the counter. The
cashier inspects the note and realizes that it is counterfeit. He
calls the police. Will he succeed?
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