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DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 1

Directions: Read the passage and answer the question given below.

(I) I savor the remoteness and the rare times I'm alone on this muscular river in southern Utah, a precious ribbon of wild water between reservoirs and the suck holes of industry and agriculture.

(II) Officially, I'm here to have my peace disturbed. Floaters must have a permit to run this stretch of river. During the peak season a ranger checks lottery drawn launch dates and a short list of gear related to safety and environmental protection. The permit system allows the federal agency in charge to hold numbers of floaters to a maximum of about 10,000 a year, set in 1979, when use increased 250 percent in just three seasons. Each year since, the actual number of people down the river has hovered close to this ceiling, which the agency believes is the river's capacity for a "quality wilderness experience." Socially, if not physically, however, "wilderness experience" seems to have become an illusion if not irrelevant. Right now I'm the voluntary ranger managing both the illusion and the irrelevance.

(III) Most people accept the permit system as a panacea for the explosion in numbers of river runners and the consequences for a fragile riparian corridor. Others find regulation about as painless as an IRS audit.

(IV) They see the Southwest as a region of federally neutered rivers where a person is no longer free to kill himself in a four-foot rubber ducky pulling an inner tube piled with beans, testosterone, and a small machete....

(V) The boat ramp is swarming with people and vehicles to be shuttled to the takeout. Someone's dog is throwing up what appears to be rabbit parts. I'm approached by a pickup driven by a man waving a spray nozzle and hose hooked to a large barrel of allegedly lethal chemicals. He's from county weed control, he says. Have I seen the loathsome pepperweed? Not a leaf, I lie.

(VI) Cheerfully I sign the permit of the outfitter who specializes in theme river trips – stress management seminars, outings for the crystal fondlers or fingernail technicians of East Jesus, New Jersey, overcoming, at last, their irrational fear of Nature. Today's load is priests troubled by a lapsed faith – pale, anxious, overweight fellows in the early stages of heatstroke. I also check gear and answer questions about bugs, snakes, scorpions, camps, rapids and Indians (one side of the river is reservation land). Do I live here fulltime? they ask. No, I respond, except for an occasional shift at the put-in, I'm on the river eight days out of sixteen, six months a year.

(VII) … Some rafts look as if they barely survived World War II.

(VIII) Others are outfitted with turbo-dynamic chrome-plated throw lines, heatwelded vinyl dry- bags, cargo nets spun from the fibers of dew-fed arachnids from Borneo, horseshoes, volleyball sets, sauna tents, coffin-sized coolers stuffed with sushi, a small fleet of squirt boats, whining packs of androgynous progeny who prefer to be at home fulfilling their needs electronically. All of this gear is color-coordinated with SPF 14 sunscreen and owned by business majors in Styrofoam pith helmets and Lycra body gloves, in which they were placed at birth. Once loaded, their boats are pieces of personal architecture, stunning but nevertheless stuck on the sandbar six feet out from the boat ramp after a dramatic send-off.

Q. The author of the aforesaid passage may be best described as:

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 1 In the above passage, the author talks about his experience as a ranger and how in the 1980s a large number of Americans used to come down to the Utah rivers to have a quality wilderness experience. He talks about the various types of people that would come each season, the events that would happen each season. Thus, we can describe the author as a commentator on American customs. The other options can be ruled out as the author is not describing past events or making an official report. The passage is not about the concerns regarding the exploitation of the river, but about the various types of people visiting and their habits. So, option d is correct.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 2

Directions: Read the passage and answer the question given below.

(I) I savor the remoteness and the rare times I'm alone on this muscular river in southern Utah, a precious ribbon of wild water between reservoirs and the suck holes of industry and agriculture.

(II) Officially, I'm here to have my peace disturbed. Floaters must have a permit to run this stretch of river. During the peak season a ranger checks lotterydrawn launch dates and a short list of gear related to safety and environmental protection. The permit system allows the federal agency in charge to hold numbers of floaters to a maximum of about 10,000 a year, set in 1979, when use increased 250 percent in just three seasons. Each year since, the actual number of people down the river has hovered close to this ceiling, which the agency believes is the river's capacity for a "quality wilderness experience." Socially, if not physically, however, "wilderness experience" seems to have become an illusion if not irrelevant. Right now I'm the voluntary ranger managing both the illusion and the irrelevance.

(III) Most people accept the permit system as a panacea for the explosion in numbers of river runners and the consequences for a fragile riparian corridor. Others find regulation about as painless as an IRS audit.

(IV) They see the Southwest as a region of federally neutered rivers where a person is no longer free to kill himself in a four-foot rubber ducky pulling an inner tube piled with beans, testosterone, and a small machete....

(V) The boat ramp is swarming with people and vehicles to be shuttled to the takeout. Someone's dog is throwing up what appears to be rabbit parts. I'm approached by a pickup driven by a man waving a spray nozzle and hose hooked to a large barrel of allegedly lethal chemicals. He's from county weed control, he says. Have I seen the loathsome pepperweed? Not a leaf, I lie.

(VI) Cheerfully I sign the permit of the outfitter who specializes in theme river trips – stress management seminars, outings for the crystal fondlers or fingernail technicians of East Jesus, New Jersey, overcoming, at last, their irrational fear of Nature. Today's load is priests troubled by a lapsed faith – pale, anxious, overweight fellows in the early stages of heatstroke. I also check gear and answer questions about bugs, snakes, scorpions, camps, rapids and Indians (one side of the river is reservation land). Do I live here fulltime? they ask. No, I respond, except for an occasional shift at the put-in, I'm on the river eight days out of sixteen, six months a year.

(VII) … Some rafts look as if they barely survived World War II.

(VIII) Others are outfitted with turbo-dynamic chrome-plated throw lines, heatwelded vinyl dry- bags, cargo nets spun from the fibers of dew-fed arachnids from Borneo, horseshoes, volleyball sets, sauna tents, coffin-sized coolers stuffed with sushi, a small fleet of squirt boats, whining packs of androgynous progeny who prefer to be at home fulfilling their needs electronically. All of this gear is color-coordinated with SPF 14 sunscreen and owned by business majors in Styrofoam pith helmets and Lycra body gloves, in which they were placed at birth. Once loaded, their boats are pieces of personal architecture, stunning but nevertheless stuck on the sandbar six feet out from the boat ramp after a dramatic send-off.

Q. Which of the following is NOT employed in the Paragraph Ill of the above passage ('Most people accept the permit ... IRS audit')?

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 2 'Pun' is a joke exploiting the different possible meanings of a word or the fact that there are words which sound alike but have different meanings. In the given paragraph the author does not make any such joke. On the other hand he uses simile, hyperbole and metaphor when he compares the permit to a 'panacea' and the use of 'as ... as'.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 3

Directions: Read the passage and answer the question given below.

(I) I savor the remoteness and the rare times I'm alone on this muscular river in southern Utah, a precious ribbon of wild water between reservoirs and the suck holes of industry and agriculture.

(II) Officially, I'm here to have my peace disturbed. Floaters must have a permit to run this stretch of river. During the peak season a ranger checks lotterydrawn launch dates and a short list of gear related to safety and environmental protection. The permit system allows the federal agency in charge to hold numbers of floaters to a maximum of about 10,000 a year, set in 1979, when use increased 250 percent in just three seasons. Each year since, the actual number of people down the river has hovered close to this ceiling, which the agency believes is the river's capacity for a "quality wilderness experience." Socially, if not physically, however, "wilderness experience" seems to have become an illusion if not irrelevant. Right now I'm the voluntary ranger managing both the illusion and the irrelevance.

(III) Most people accept the permit system as a panacea for the explosion in numbers of river runners and the consequences for a fragile riparian corridor. Others find regulation about as painless as an IRS audit.

(IV) They see the Southwest as a region of federally neutered rivers where a person is no longer free to kill himself in a four-foot rubber ducky pulling an inner tube piled with beans, testosterone, and a small machete....

(V) The boat ramp is swarming with people and vehicles to be shuttled to the takeout. Someone's dog is throwing up what appears to be rabbit parts. I'm approached by a pickup driven by a man waving a spray nozzle and hose hooked to a large barrel of allegedly lethal chemicals. He's from county weed control, he says. Have I seen the loathsome pepperweed? Not a leaf, I lie.

(VI) Cheerfully I sign the permit of the outfitter who specializes in theme river trips – stress management seminars, outings for the crystal fondlers or fingernail technicians of East Jesus, New Jersey, overcoming, at last, their irrational fear of Nature. Today's load is priests troubled by a lapsed faith – pale, anxious, overweight fellows in the early stages of heatstroke. I also check gear and answer questions about bugs, snakes, scorpions, camps, rapids and Indians (one side of the river is reservation land). Do I live here fulltime? they ask. No, I respond, except for an occasional shift at the put-in, I'm on the river eight days out of sixteen, six months a year.

(VII) … Some rafts look as if they barely survived World War II.

(VIII) Others are outfitted with turbo-dynamic chrome-plated throw lines, heatwelded vinyl dry- bags, cargo nets spun from the fibers of dew-fed arachnids from Borneo, horseshoes, volleyball sets, sauna tents, coffin-sized coolers stuffed with sushi, a small fleet of squirt boats, whining packs of androgynous progeny who prefer to be at home fulfilling their needs electronically. All of this gear is color-coordinated with SPF 14 sunscreen and owned by business majors in Styrofoam pith helmets and Lycra body gloves, in which they were placed at birth. Once loaded, their boats are pieces of personal architecture, stunning but nevertheless stuck on the sandbar six feet out from the boat ramp after a dramatic send-off.

Q. Paragraph VI makes a reference to:

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 3 The passage mentions 'answer questions about bugs, snakes, scorpions, camps, rapids and Indians (one side of the river is reservation land) ...' The 'Indians' referred to here are the native Americans as indicated by 'Utah' in the passage and 'reservation land'.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 4

Directions: Read the passage and answer the question given below.

(I) I savor the remoteness and the rare times I'm alone on this muscular river in southern Utah, a precious ribbon of wild water between reservoirs and the suck holes of industry and agriculture.

(II) Officially, I'm here to have my peace disturbed. Floaters must have a permit to run this stretch of river. During the peak season a ranger checks lotterydrawn launch dates and a short list of gear related to safety and environmental protection. The permit system allows the federal agency in charge to hold numbers of floaters to a maximum of about 10,000 a year, set in 1979, when use increased 250 percent in just three seasons. Each year since, the actual number of people down the river has hovered close to this ceiling, which the agency believes is the river's capacity for a "quality wilderness experience." Socially, if not physically, however, "wilderness experience" seems to have become an illusion if not irrelevant. Right now I'm the voluntary ranger managing both the illusion and the irrelevance.

(III) Most people accept the permit system as a panacea for the explosion in numbers of river runners and the consequences for a fragile riparian corridor. Others find regulation about as painless as an IRS audit.

(IV) They see the Southwest as a region of federally neutered rivers where a person is no longer free to kill himself in a four-foot rubber ducky pulling an inner tube piled with beans, testosterone, and a small machete....

(V) The boat ramp is swarming with people and vehicles to be shuttled to the takeout. Someone's dog is throwing up what appears to be rabbit parts. I'm approached by a pickup driven by a man waving a spray nozzle and hose hooked to a large barrel of allegedly lethal chemicals. He's from county weed control, he says. Have I seen the loathsome pepperweed? Not a leaf, I lie.

(VI) Cheerfully I sign the permit of the outfitter who specializes in theme river trips – stress management seminars, outings for the crystal fondlers or fingernail technicians of East Jesus, New Jersey, overcoming, at last, their irrational fear of Nature. Today's load is priests troubled by a lapsed faith – pale, anxious, overweight fellows in the early stages of heatstroke. I also check gear and answer questions about bugs, snakes, scorpions, camps, rapids and Indians (one side of the river is reservation land). Do I live here fulltime? they ask. No, I respond, except for an occasional shift at the put-in, I'm on the river eight days out of sixteen, six months a year.

(VII) … Some rafts look as if they barely survived World War II.

(VIII) Others are outfitted with turbo-dynamic chrome-plated throw lines, heatwelded vinyl dry- bags, cargo nets spun from the fibers of dew-fed arachnids from Borneo, horseshoes, volleyball sets, sauna tents, coffin-sized coolers stuffed with sushi, a small fleet of squirt boats, whining packs of androgynous progeny who prefer to be at home fulfilling their needs electronically. All of this gear is color-coordinated with SPF 14 sunscreen and owned by business majors in Styrofoam pith helmets and Lycra body gloves, in which they were placed at birth. Once loaded, their boats are pieces of personal architecture, stunning but nevertheless stuck on the sandbar six feet out from the boat ramp after a dramatic send-off.

Q. The narrator uses all the following tones of voice except:

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 4 The author uses all of the given tones except 'arrogant'. The passage mentions 'Cheerfully ...'. So, option 3 is ruled out. Paragraphs (VII) and (VIII) clearly show the author is amused and is being satirical. So, option 4 is the correct answer.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 5

Directions: The following sentence is followed by four prepositions. Fill in the blank with an appropriate preposition.

Q. I am tired ______ this work.

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 5 The preposition 'of' is used to indicate the relation between 'tired' and 'work'. In the context, "I" is tired because of the work. Hence, 'of' fits the blank.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 6

Directions: Read the following sentences carefully and answer the following question.

(1) Most days my father _______ get up first and make breakfast.

(2) When I was training for the marathon, I _____ run over 100 kms a week.

(3) We went to Agra to see the Taj where we _____ go regularly.

Q. Which one of the following verbs can complete all three sentences?

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 6 As all the given sentences are in past tense, 'will' and 'shall' will be rejected. The use of 'regularly' indicates a repeated action. Hence, 'would' is ruled out. Thus, 'used to' fits the blank.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 7

Directions: Choose the most appropriate word(s) among the four given alternatives to fill in the gap(s).

Q. A hobby is an activity of interest ________ for pleasure. It helps to break the monotony and tedium of our _______ routine.

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 7 'Hobby' means an activity done regularly in one's leisure time for pleasure. A hobby is usually our escape from our day-to-day boring routine. Only word that fits the second blank with 'monotony' and 'tedium' is 'humdrum' which means lacking of excitement or variety. Hence, option 2 is correct.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 8

Directions: Choose the most appropriate word(s) among the four given alternatives to fill in the gap(s).

Q. Punishment for transgressions of the law ceases to have a deterrent effect if the punishment is frequently _____.

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 8 In context of the given sentence, only word that fits the blank is 'changed' which indicates that if punishments are changed frequently they lose their effect. Other options do not make sense in the context.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 9

Give an antonym for HOMOGENEOUS.

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 9 "Homogeneous" means of the same kind or alike. The only option that means the opposite is "motley" which means something consisting of many different types, parts, or colors that do not seem to belong together.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 10

Give the meaning of ADEPT.

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 10 "Adept" means a person who is skilled or proficient at something. Hence, option 1 is correct.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 11

On a certain day, clouds were observed in the sky. It rained later in the day. Which of the following statements are correct?

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 11 Statement 2 can be correctly inferred from the given lines. On the given day clouds were present in the sky and then later in the day it rained. Thus, we can infer that if clouds are present there is a possibility of rain.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 12

Directions: In the following passage, there are some numbered blanks. Fill in the blank by selecting the most appropriate word from the given options.

Media ____(1)____ a significant role in our society today. It is all ____(2)____ us, from the films we watch ____(3)____ television, the music we ____(4)____ to on the radio, to the books and magazines we read everyday. Television achieves ____(5)____ goals, ranging from entertainment to education. ____(6)____ forms of education and entertainment ____(7)____ on television. Media has always played a ____(8)____ role in our society.

Q. Fill in the blank (2).

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 12 ‘All around’ means in the area or vicinity. Media is all around us or we can say we are surrounded by it. Hence, it is the correct answer.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 13

Directions: In the following passage, there are some numbered blanks. Fill in the blanks by selecting the most appropriate word from the given options.

Media ____(1)____ a significant role in our society today. It is all ____(2)____ us, from the films we watch ____(3)____ television, the music we ____(4)____ to on the radio, to the books and magazines we read everyday. Television achieves ____(5)____ goals, ranging from entertainment to education. ____(6)____ forms of education and entertainment ____(7)____ on television. Media has always played a ____(8)____ role in our society.

Q. Fill in the blank (4).

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 13 Music is something which is listened to.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 14

Directions: In the following passage, there are some numbered blanks. Fill in the blank by selecting the most appropriate word from the given options.

Media ____(1)____ a significant role in our society today. It is all ____(2)____ us, from the films we watch ____(3)____ television, the music we ____(4)____ to on the radio, to the books and magazines we read everyday. Television achieves ____(5)____ goals, ranging from entertainment to education. ____(6)____ forms of education and entertainment ____(7)____ on television. Media has always played a ____(8)____ role in our society.

Q. Fill in the blank (6).

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 14 Different forms of education and entertainment are depicted by television. Therefore, in the blank, ‘various’ or ‘different’ can be used.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 15

Directions: In the following passage, there are some numbered blanks. Fill in the blanks by selecting the most appropriate word for each blank from the given options.

Media ____(1)____ a significant role in our society today. It is all ____(2)____ us, from the films we watch ____(3)____ television, the music we ____(4)____ to on the radio, to the books and magazines we read everyday. Television achieves ____(5)____ goals, ranging from entertainment to education. ____(6)____ forms of education and entertainment ____(7)____ on television. Media has always played a ____(8)____ role in our society.

Q. Fill in the blank (8).

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 15 Media has played a vast or huge role in the society. The role played is vast, not minor, puny or missive, as the contributions of media to society are uncountable.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 16

Directions: In the following passage, there are some numbered blanks. Fill in the blanks by selecting the most appropriate word for each blank from the given options.

To see Gokhale in interaction was as _____(1)_____ a joy as interactive education. He never wasted a minute. His private relations and friendships _____(2)_____ for public good. His interests were _____(3)_____ only on the good of the country. They were absolutely free from any _____(4)_____ of untruth _____(5)_____ insincerity. India’s _____(6)_____ and subjection were matters of constant and intense concern to him. Various people _____(7)_____ to draw his interest to different things but he could not be distracted. He only _____(8)_____ freedom for his country.

Q. Fill in blank (2).

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 16 The passage is in past tense; therefore, ‘had been’ is the correct answer as all the other options are in present tense.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 17

Directions: In the following passage, there are some numbered blanks. Fill in the blanks by selecting the most appropriate word for each blank from the given options.

To see Gokhale in interaction was as _____(1)_____ a joy as interactive education. He never wasted a minute. His private relations and friendships _____(2)_____ for public good. His interests were _____(3)_____ only on the good of the country. They were absolutely free from any _____(4)_____ of untruth _____(5)_____ insincerity. India’s _____(6)_____ and subjection were matters of constant and intense concern to him. Various people _____(7)_____ to draw his interest to different things but he could not be distracted. He only _____(8)_____ freedom for his country.

Q. Fill in blank (4).

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 17 ‘Trace’ is the correct word to use here to mean without the tiniest amount of untruth.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 18

Directions: In the following passage, there are some numbered blanks. Fill in the blanks by selecting the most appropriate word for each blank from the given options.

To see Gokhale in interaction was as _____(1)_____ a joy as interactive education. He never wasted a minute. His private relations and friendships _____(2)_____ for public good. His interests were _____(3)_____ only on the good of the country. They were absolutely free from any _____(4)_____ of untruth _____(5)_____ insincerity. India’s _____(6)_____ and subjection were matters of constant and intense concern to him. Various people _____(7)_____ to draw his interest to different things but he could not be distracted. He only _____(8)_____ freedom for his country.

Q. Fill in blank (6).

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 18 We need a word which relates to ‘matter of concern’, so power cannot be correct. Also, the missing word must be a noun and hence, option 1 can be rooted out.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 19

Directions: Find out the correct meaning of the idiom/phrase from the four alternatives.

Every dog has his day

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 19 Everyone will have good luck or success, or an opportunity to act at some point in their lives.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 20

Directions: Find out the correct meaning of the idiom/phrase from the four alternatives.

A snail`s pace

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 20 The idiom 'A snail`s pace' means an extremely slow rate. Thus, option 1 is the correct answer.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 21

Directions: Find out the correct meaning of the idiom/phrase from the four alternatives.

To make a clean breast of a thing

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 21 If you make a clean breast of something, you tell someone the truth about yourself or about something wrong that you have done. Thus, it means to confess one's misdeeds or wrongdoings.Hence, option 1 is the correct answer.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 22

Directions: Find out the correct meaning of the idiom/phrase from the four alternatives.

In black and white

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 22 The idiom 'in black and white' means in written or printed form. Thus, option 2 is the correct answer.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 23

Directions: Find out the correct meaning of the idiom/phrase from the four alternatives.

Mare`s nest

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 23 The idiom 'Mare`s nest' means something imagined to be an extraordinary discovery but proving to be a delusion or a hoax. Thus, option 1 is the correct answer.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 24

Directions: Find out the correct meaning of the idiom/phrase from the four alternatives.

To kill two birds with one stone

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 24 The idiom to kill two birds with one stone means to achieve two things by doing a single action. For example - We can kill two birds with one stone by dropping off the mail when we go to the grocery store.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 25

Directions: Find out the correct meaning of the idiom/phrase from the four alternatives.

A square peg in a round hole

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 25 "Square peg in a round hole" is an idiomatic expression which describes the unusual individualist who could not fit into a niche of their society, that is to say, a person in a situation unsuited to their abilities or character.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 26

Directions: This question consists of two statements, one labelled as Statement (A) and the other as Statement (R). Read both the statements carefully and choose the most appropriate option.

Statement (A): Law Day is celebrated in India on 26th November every year.

Statement (R): The Indian Constitution was adopted on 26th November, 1949.

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 26 Constitution Day (National Law Day), also known as Samvidhan Divas, is celebrated in India on 26th November every year to commemorate the adoption of the Constitution of India. On 26th November 1949, the Constituent Assembly of India adopted the Constitution of India, and it came into effect on 26th January 1950.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 27

Directions: In the following question, two statements are given, which are followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to assume the given statements to be true and find out which of the given conclusions logically follow(s) from the given statements.

Statements:

All books are stencils.

Some notebooks are stencils.

Conclusions:

I. All books are notebooks.

II. Some notebooks are books.

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 27 Consider the figures prepared according to the given statements

Conclusion 2 as per the second diagram might be true, but it is not assured. Therefore, neither conclusion 1 nor conclusion 2 follows.

DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 28

A, B and C start a business with investments of Rs. 6,000, Rs. 7,000 and Rs. 8,000, respectively. The profit at the end of the year is Rs. 3,150. The share of B in the profit (in rupees) is

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 28 Ratio of the shares of A, B, C = 6,000 : 7,000 : 8,000

= 6 : 7 : 8

Profit = Rs. 3,150

It is to be noted that the ratio of profit share shall be in the ratio of their initial investments.

Let profit of A = Rs. 6x

Thus, profit share of B = Rs. 7x and that of C = Rs. 8x.

So, 6x + 7x + 8x = 3,150

21x = 3,150

x = 150

So, the share of B will be 7 × Rs. 150 = Rs. 1,050

Hence, answer option b is correct.

DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 29

Sharma family went out for a picnic and took three different types of sandwiches with them. Vegetables, grilled and cheese sandwiches were made in ratio 5 : 7 : 8. If a total of 120 sandwiches were made, how many grilled sandwich were made?

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 29 Ratio for vegetables, grilled and cheese sandwiches = 5 : 7 : 8

Let the common ratio be 'x'.

Therefore, the equation would be:

5x + 7x + 8x = Total number of sandwiches = 120

Number of grilled sandwiches = 7x

20x = 120

x = 6

7x = Number of grilled sandwiches = 42

DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 30

A pole has been affixed in a riverbed. One-half of the pole is buried in the riverbed. One-third of it is covered by water. 8 feet of it projects out of the water. What is the total length of the pole in feet?

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 30 Let the height of the pole be 'x'.

One-half of the pole is buried in the riverbed.

Length of the pole in the riverbed = 0.5x

One-third of it is covered by water.

One-third of the pole is in water = 1/3x

8 feet of it projects out of the water = x - 0.5x - 1/3x

= 1/6x = 8

x = 48 feet

DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 31

A man buys an article and sells it at a loss of 10%. Had he bought it for 20% less and sold it for Rs. 55 more, he would have made a profit of 40%. The cost price of the article is:

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 31 Let the cost price be Rs. x.

S.P. = 90% of x = (90/100)x = Rs. 9x/10

New C.P. = 80% of x = Rs. (4x/5)

New gain 40%

New S.P. = 140% of (4x/5) = Rs. (28x/25)

(28x/25) − (9x/10) = 55

280x − 225x = 55 × 250

55x = 55 × 250

Therefore, x = 250

Cost price of the article = Rs. 250

DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 32

The volume of cube 'A' is 7(b) 8% more than that of cube B. By what percentage is the side of cube B less than that of cube A?

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 32 Let the side of cube A = A and Cube B = B.

Volume of cube = A3 (A is side)

A3 = (a) 728B3

⇒ A = (a) 2 B,

If B = 100, A = 120.

So, answer = 20/120 × 100 = 16.66%.

DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 33

Sita said to her friend Gita, "I am leaving today and will reach Mumbai tomorrow for my exams starting day after tomorrow, that is, Friday". What day is being referred to as 'tomorrow' in this conversation?

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 33 Since the day after tomorrow as per the conversation is Friday, 'tomorrow' would be Thursday.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 34

A man can row with the stream at 25 km/hr and against the stream at 15 km/hr. What is the man's rate of rowing in still water?

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 34 Man's rate of rowing in still water = 1/2(Vd + Vu) [where, Vd is speed against the stream and Vu is speed with the stream}

= 1/2(15 + 25) = 20 km/hr

DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 35

Directions: Read the following information and answer the question that follows.

Five girls are sitting in front, facing you.

Ruhi and Manali are sitting to the right and left of Urja, respectively.

Dhwani is sitting between Manali and Tanya.

Q. Who is sitting in the middle?

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 35 According to the question, we get the seating arrangement as:-

We can see that Manali is sitting in the middle.

DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 36

Directions: Read the following information and answer the question that follows.

Five girls are sitting in front, facing you.

Ruhi and Manali are sitting to the right and left of Urja, respectively.

Dhwani is sitting between Manali and Tanya.

Q. Who is sitting to the right of Tanya?

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 36 According to the question, we get the seating arrangement as:-

We can see that Dhwani sits to the right of Tanya.

DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 37

If it is true that 'neither Rama is a brother of Krishna, nor is he a lecturer', then which one of the following statements is true?

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 37 From the given information, we came to know that there is no relationship among Rama, Krishna and lecturer. Hence, all three are represented by three different circles.

So, option (4) is the right answer.

DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 38

If 'ATTACK' is coded as 'BUUBDL', How is 'PEACE' coded?

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 38 Each letter in the given series changes to the next letter in the alphabetical order.

So, PEACE is coded as QFBDF.

DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 39

Directions: Fill in the blank by looking at both the letter pattern and the number pattern.

Z5QR, Z4QS, Z3QT, ___, Z1QV

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 39 The pattern followed by the letters and digits in the given sequence is given below

So, the missing cluster would be Z2QU.

DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 40

What is the missing number in the series: 7, 15, 32, ____, 138, 281?

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 40 1st term = 7

2nd term = (7 × 2) + 1 = 14 + 1 = 15

3rd term = (15 × 2) + 2 = 30 + 2 = 32

4th term = (32 × 2) + 3 = 64 + 3 = 67

5th term = (67 × 2) + 4 = 134 + 4 = 138

6th term = (138 × 2) + 5 = 276 + 5 = 281

The missing number is 67.

DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 41

Fill in the missing number:

17, 19, 23, 29, ?

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 41 The series consists of consecutive prime numbers starting from 17.

This would give the series as:

17, 19, 23, 29, 3(a)

Therefore, the missing number is 3(a)

DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 42

In the following question, select the related letters from the given alternatives.

APR : BQS : : ETV : ?

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 42 APR : BQS : : ETV : ?

According to the question,

A + 1 = B

P + 1 = Q

R + 1 = S

Similarly,

E + 1 = F

T + 1 = U

V + 1 = W

Therefore, the answer is FUW.

DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 43

Directions: In the following question, four number pairs are given. Three of them are alike in a certain way, but one is different. Find the odd one out.

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 43 Here, the logic is that second number is obtained by adding 7 to the first number.

So, 12 : 18 is the odd number pair.

DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 44

Directions: Find the odd one out.

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 44 Except 27, rest are prime numbers. Hence, (2) is the correct answer.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 45

Directions: Find the odd one out.

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 45 All, except omelette, are baked foods.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 46

Directions: Find the odd one out.

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 46 Among the given options, only Jaguar belongs to cat family; all others belong to ape family.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 47

Directions: Find the odd one out.

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 47 Lactometer, barometer and thermometer are measuring instruments except diameter. So, diameter is the odd one out.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 48

Directions: In the following question, four numbers are given. Three of them are alike in a certain way, but one is different. Find the odd one out.

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 48 The numbers are according to the order n3 - (a)

23 - 1 = 7

43 - 1= 63

63- 1 = 215

Therefore, the odd number is (e)

DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 49

Directions: In the following question, four groups of letters are given. One of these groups is different from the others in some way. Find the one that is different from the others.

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 49 A(BC)D

J(KL)M

P(QRS)T

W(XY)Z

Hence, option 3 is the odd one out.

DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 50

Directions: Find the odd one out.

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 50 'Flee' is different from the other three words. 'Flee' means 'to escape'. 'Duck', 'avoid' and 'dodge' imply more or less the same.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 51

What should be the minimum age of a Member of Parliament?

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 51 Article 84 (b) of Constitution of India provides that the minimum age for becoming a candidate for Lok Sabha election shall be 25 years. Similar provision exists for a candidate to the Legislative Assemblies vide Article 173 (b) of the Constitution.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 52

Which of the following sections of l.P.C. deals with homosexuality?

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 52 Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code is a section of the Indian Penal Code introduced in 1861 during the British rule of India. This section makes sexual activities "against the order of nature" illegal. On 6 September, 2018, the Supreme Court of India ruled that the application of Section 377 to consensual homosexual sex between adults was ''unconstitutional, irrational, indefensible and manifestly arbitrary". But, that Section 377 remains in force relating to sex with minors, non-consensual sexual acts and bestiality.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 53

Which of the following offences does not require a minimum of four persons?

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 53 Section 146 of IPC defines ''rioting''. It states that whenever force or violence is used by an unlawful assembly or by any member thereof, in prosecution of the common object of such assembly, every member of such assembly is guilty of the offence of rioting. There is no minimum requirement of persons to commit such an offence under under law for this offence. However, minimum requirement is required for all others.

Section 144 of the Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC) of 1973 authorises the Executive Magistrate of any state or territory to issue an order to prohibit the assembly of four or more people in an area.

DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 54

Assertion (A): X, because of unsound state of mind and not knowing the nature of the act, attacks Y, who in self defence and in order to ward off the attack hits him thereby injuring him. Y has not committed an offence.

Reason (R): Y had a right of private defence against X under the Indian Penal Code.

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 54 Both A and R are individually true and R is the correct explanation of A. 'Y' acted in self defence. It is not an offence as the Indian Penal Code makes it not to be an offence if it is done in self defence. So, R provides a suitable explanation for A.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 55

Lawyers are officers of the court and are constituted into an independent profession under the

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 55 In the context of the Indian law, an advocate is a subset of a lawyer. In other words, while all advocates are lawyers, not every lawyer is an advocate. The legal practice of advocates is established in the Advocates Act, 196(a)

The provisions of Section 35 of the Advocates Act deal with professional misconduct of lawyers and advocates in India. If a person is found guilty of professional misconduct, it shall refer the case to a disciplinary committee, shall fix a date of hearing and issue a show cause notice to the advocate and the Advocate General of the State. No other person may practice before the courts. They are officers of court and are constituted into an independent profession under an Act of Parliament (the Advocates Act, 1961).

DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 56

Fourth estate refers to

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 56 The term 'fourth estate' or 'fourth power' refers to the press and news media both in explicit capacity of advocacy and implicit ability to frame political issues. Though it is not formally recognised as a part of a political system, it wields significant indirect social influence.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 57

Registration of marriage under the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 is

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 57 Marriage registration certificate is an official testimony which states that two people are married. In India, marriages can be registered under the Hindu Marriage Act, 195(e) Section 8 of the said Act states that, for the purpose of facilitating the proof of Hindu marriages, the State Government may make rules providing that the parties to any such marriage may have the particulars relating to their marriage entered in such manner and subject to such condition as may be prescribed in a Hindu Marriage Register kept for the purpose. Sub-section (5) further states that, notwithstanding anything contained in this section, the validity of any Hindu marriage shall in no way be affected by the omission to make the entry. Therefore, registration is optional.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 58

A person enjoying the benefit of non-gratuitous act

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 58 Section 70 of Indian Contract Act, 1872 provides that where a person lawfully does anything for another person or delivers anything to him, not intending to do so gratuitously and such other person enjoys the benefit thereof, the latter is bound to make compensation to the former in respect of or to restore the thing so done or delivered.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 59

If a person innocently abducts a girl aged 16 in the belief that she is above 18, is he criminally liable?

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 59 Yes, the person would be held liable. Abduction may be in respect of any person. Kidnapping can only be done in respect of minors or the persons of unsound mind.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 60

In law, a man is presumed to be dead if he is not heard of as alive for

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 60 Under Section 108 of the Evidence Act, where there is question of whether a man is alive or dead, and it is proved that he has not been heard of for seven years by those who would naturally have heard of him if he had been alive, the burden of proving that he is alive is shifted to the person who affirms it. Therefore, in law, a man is presumed to be dead if he is not heard of as alive for 7 years.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 61

Which of the following is correct for the purpose of criminal deception?

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 61 Deception is the act of causing one to believe information that is not true or an untruth or not the whole truth.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 62

In criminal proceedings, acquittal refers to

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 62 In common law jurisdictions, an acquittal certifies that the accused is free from the charge of an offence, as far as the criminal law is concerned. This is so even where the prosecution is simply abandoned by the prosecution. The finality of an acquittal is dependent on the jurisdiction.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 63

Who issues a charge sheet?

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 63 'Charge Sheet' implies that when the investigation is complete, the police officer is required to submit a report under Section 173 of the Code of Criminal Procedure (in short Cr PC) to the Magistrate stating the name of the parties, the nature of information, etc. This report is known as the 'charge-sheet' or 'challan' if a prima facie case is made out against the accused or 'Final Report' if no such case is made out. Charge-sheet forms the basis of the case in the Court.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 64

Making a wrong statement in an affidavit is

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 64 Making a false statement in an affidavit before a court amounts to an offence of perjury, which may be punished under Section 193 of the IPC or under other relevant sections. At the same time, deliberately making a false statement in an affidavit before a court may also amount to contempt of court.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 65

The rule by which a person is liable for the act of another is called

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 65 Vicarious liability is a rule by which a person is liable for the act of another. In this case, the general rule is that the master is liable for all sorts of acts that are authorized by him. Also, it is included that the acts are done by the servant at the time of his/her employment.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 66

Which of the following is considered as the Guardian of the Constitution of India?

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 66 The Constitution of India is the supreme law of the land and the Supreme Court is its interpreter and guardian. It does not allow the executive or the Parliament to violate any provision of the Constitution. It can also review any action of the Government, which allegedly violates any provision of the Fundamental Rights.

This power of the Supreme Court is called Judicial Review.

DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 67

'Lis pendens' means

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 67 It is a Latin term, which means "a suit pending". It is a written notice that a lawsuit has been filed which concerns the title to real property or some interest in that real property. The 'lis pendens' (or notice of pending action) is filed with the clerk of the court, certified that it has been filed and then recorded with the county recorder. This gives notice to the defendant who owns real estate that there is a claim on the property and the recording informs the general public (and particularly anyone interested in buying or financing the property) that there is this potential claim against it.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 68

The doctrine of basic structure about amendment of Constitution was propounded by the Supreme Court in

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 68 In 1973, Keshavanada Bharti v. State of Kerala gave birth to the landmark judgement which pronounced that the Parliament cannot alter or disturb the basic structure of the Constitution. It was held that however the Parliament has unfettered power to amend the Constitution, but it cannot disturb or emasculate the basic structure or fundamental features of the Constitution as it is only the power of amendment and not of re-writing Constitution.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 69

When a person is prosecuted for committing a criminal offence, the burden of proof is on

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 69 In criminal cases, the burden of proving the defendant's guilt is on the prosecution and they must establish that fact beyond a reasonable doubt.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 70

The term 'palimony' means

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 70 Palimony is the division of financial assets and real property on the termination of a personal live-in relationship, wherein the parties are not legally married. The term palimony is not a legal or historical term, but rather a colloquial portmanteau of the words pal and alimony.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 71

Directions: In this question, principle(s) is/are followed by some facts. Read the principle(s) carefully and apply it/them to the given facts and choose the most appropriate option.

Principle: A person is liable for all the injurious consequences of his careless act.

Facts: Ramesh, a snake charmer, was exhibiting his talents to a group of people. One of the snakes escaped and bit a child, who had to be hospitalised for two days for treatment.

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 71 Ramesh is liable to compensate the child's family for his careless act because he has been careless while exhibiting his talents to a group of people and thus, the snake escaped and bit the child.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 72

Directions: The question consists of two statements, one labelled as Principle and the other as Facts. You are to examine the principle and apply it to the given facts carefully and select the best option.

Principle: A contingent contract is a contract to do or not to do something, if some event, collateral to such contract, does or does not happen.

Facts: A agrees to pay B a sum of Rs. 15 lakh if B marries C latest by March 31, 201(e) Due to unavailability of marriage hall, B could marry C only on April 7, 201(e) B claims Rs. 15 lakh from A.

Decide.

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 72 B cannot claim Rs. 15 lakh from A as B married C after the prescribed date as contract to marry must have been completed by March 31, 201(e)
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 73

Directions: The question consists of two statements, one labelled as Principle and the other as Facts. You are to examine the principle and apply it to the given facts carefully and select the best option.

Principle: The word 'offence' denotes a thing made punishable by the Indian Penal Code. A prevents B from proceeding in any direction and keeps him/her confined to a place. A has committed an offence of criminal confinement. According to the Indian Penal Code, whoever instigates a person to do a thing, is said to abet such a thing.

Facts: L, in an interview to a magazine, articulated her views in favour of living together without a nuptial knot. Aggrieved by the same, X filed a criminal complaint against L, for abetting criminal confinement. Can L be prosecuted and convicted for the same?

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 73 L cannot be prosecuted and convicted for the same because our law permits two adult people, who are wanting to live together and does not consider it an offence.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 74

Directions: In this question, one or more principles are given followed by some facts. Read the principle(s) carefully and apply it/them to the given facts and choose the correct option accordingly.

Principle: A person is guilty of cheating, when he fraudulently induces another person to deliver the latter's property to him.

Facts: 'A' falsely presented himself to 'B', a shop-owner, as an officer from the Commercial Taxes Department. While examining the accounts of the shop, 'A' showed interest in buying a microwave oven on instalment basis. 'B' readily agreed with the hope that he would get a favourable assessment from 'A' regarding his tax liability. 'A' paid the first instalment and took the microwave oven and disappeared from the scene. The police, however, managed to catch A and prosecute him for cheating.

Decide.

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 74 'A' has committed the offence of cheating because he falsely presented himself as an officer from the Commercial Taxes Department. He thereby induced the shop-owner to part with the microwave oven. Therefore, he is liable for the offence of cheating.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 75

Directions: In this question, Principle is followed by some facts. Read the principle carefully and apply it to the given facts. Choose the correct option accordingly.

Principle: A contract is induced by undue influence where one party, being in a position to dominate the will of another, uses that position to dominate the will of the other party to induce him to enter into the contract. A contract entered into because of undue influence is voidable.

Facts: Raju's son forges Raju's signature on some documents and presents them to the bank. The bank accepts them, but after realising that the signatures are forged, threatened Raju's son with criminal action. To avoid this, Raju agrees to mortgage his property to the bank, so that the bank may win the best branch competition. Raju now claims that this mortgage agreement is voidable because it has been entered into because of undue influence.

Decide.

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 75 The agreement is voidable because Raju's son deserves to go to jail, and Raju should not have intervened in the matter. Raju's son must be held liable for forgery. The agreement of mortgage is voidable because Raju mortgaged his property to avoid the criminal action. He entered into this agreement under undue influence of the bank.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 76

Which of the following coins was not launched by PM Narendra Modi in June 2022 with Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav design?

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 76 In June 2022, Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched a special series of coins that are also 'visually impaired friendly'. The launched coins of Re. 1, Rs. 2, 5, 10, and 20 denominations had the Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav (AKAM) design. They were not commemorative coins and would be part of circulation. PM Modi said that these new series of coins would remind people of the goal of Amrit Kal and motivate people to work towards the development of the country.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 77

In which city is the headquarters of Zoological Survey of India situated?

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 77 Zoological Survey of India (ZSI) is the apex institution on animal (fauna) taxonomy in India. It was established on 1st July, 1916. Its headquarters is in Kolkata. It also has 16 regional centres located in different parts of the country.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 78

Where are the Pensacola Mountains?

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 78 The Pensacola Mountains are a large group of mountain ranges of the Transantarctic Mountains System, located in the Queen Elizabeth Land region of Antarctica. They extend 450 km (280 mi) in a NE-SW direction. Subranges of the Pensacola Mountains include: Argentina Range, Forrestal Range, Dufek Massif, Cordiner Peaks, Neptune Range, Patuxent Range, Rambo Nunataks and Pecora Escarpment.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 79

Washington is situated at the bank of:

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 79 Washington is the capital city of the United States, located between Virginia and Maryland on the north bank of the Potomac River. The Potomac River is found within the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States and flows from the Potomac Highlands into the Chesapeake Bay.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 80

Who won the French Open 2022 in women's category in June 2022?

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 80 World number one Iga Swiatek of Poland crushed American Coco Gauff 6-1 6-3 in the final to win the French Open women's singles title. It was the second Grand Slam title for the 21-year-old Swiatek, who also triumphed at Roland Garros in 2020. The victory on Court Philippe Chatrier against the 18-year-old Gauff, who was playing her first Grand Slam final, extended Swiatek's winning run to 35 matches.

Swiatek's unbeaten run equals one by Venus Williams in 2000 as the longest this century.

DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 81

When was the National Anthem of India first sung?

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 81 ana Gana Mana is the National Anthem of India. Written in highly Sanskritised (Tatsama) Bengali, it is the first of five stanzas of a Brahmo hymn composed and scored by Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore. It was first sung in Calcutta Session of the Indian National Congress on 27th December, 191(a) Jana Gana Mana was officially adopted by the Constituent Assembly as the Indian National Anthem on 24th January, 1950. 27th December, 2011 marked the completion of 100 years of Jana Gana Mana since it was sung for the first time. The original poem written by Rabindranath Tagore was translated into Hindi by Abid Ali.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 82

Who won the Generation Award at MTV Movie & TV Awards held in June 2022?

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 82 In June 2022, Jennifer Lopez was awarded the Generation Award at MTV Movie & TV Awards. This award function was held in Santa Monica, California. MTV Movie & TV Awards recognise actors who have diversely contributed to both film and TV industry and are known in every household.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 83

Who wrote the book "India Wins Freedom"?

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 83 "India Wins Freedom" is an enlightened account of the partition from the author, Maulana Abul Kalam Azad's perspective. It includes his personal experiences when India became independent, and his ideas on freedom and liberty. He was an Indian scholar, Islamic theologian, independence activist, and a senior leader of the Indian National Congress during the Indian independence movement.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 84

In April 2022, KVIC broke all previous records to create highest ever employment under Prime Minister's Employment Generation Program in Financial Year 2021-2(b) KVIC stands for _____________.

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 84 In April 2022, Khadi and Village Industries Commission (KVIC) broke all previous records to create highest ever employment under Prime Minister's Employment Generation Program (PMEGP) in Financial Year 2021-2(b) This is for the first time since the launch of the PMEGP Scheme in 2008 that KVIC has established over one lakh new units in a financial year.

With setting up of an unprecedented 1.03 lakh new manufacturing and service units and creation of over 8.25 lakh jobs, PMEGP has emerged as government's most powerful tool of self-sustainability.

DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 85

The first Dada Saheb Phalke Award was received by:

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 85 The first recipient of Dada Saheb Phalke Award was Devika Rani.

Dada Saheb Phalke Award is given to a film personality for his/her outstanding contribution to the growth and development of Indian cinema.

DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 86

"No Body's Perfect" is written by

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 86 "No Body's Perfect" is written by Anthony Lane.

Anthony Lane is a British journalist, and a film critic for "The New Yorker" magazine.

DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 87

In which University did an Indian-origin engineer create e-skin capable of feeling pain?

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 87 In June 2022, a team of researchers led by an Indian-origin engineer Professor Ravinder Dahiya in the UK created an electronic skin capable of feeling pain and according to them it could help create a new generation of smart robots with human-like sensitivity. The development of the electronic skin is described as the latest breakthrough in flexible, stretchable printed surfaces from the University of Glasgow's Bendable Electronics and Sensing Technologies (BEST) Group. Scientists were working for decades to build artificial skin with touch sensitivity.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 88

Income tax in India is:

1. Indirect tax

2. Progressive tax

3. Direct tax

4. Proportional tax

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 88 Income tax is a direct tax as the person on whom the tax is levied and the person on whom is the burden to pay the tax are same. It is also a progressive tax as amount of tax increases with increase in income.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 89

Which private Bank, in March 2022, bagged the 'Best MSME Bank of the year - Winner' award?

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 89 Karnataka Bank, in March 2022, bagged Best MSME Bank of the year - Winner among Private Sector Banks at the ASSOCHAMs - 8th MSMEs Excellence Awards Ceremony and Summit.

The award was received by Shri Gopalakrishna Samaga B, DGM, Credit Marketing Department on behalf of Karnataka Bank Limited in the presence of Shri Narayan T. Rane, Hon'ble Minister, Ministry of MSME, Government of India.

DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 90

The Constitution of India provides a status to Hindi as

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 90 The Indian Constitution, in 1950, declared Hindi in Devanagari script to be the official language of the Union. As a result, the Parliament enacted the Official Languages Act, 1963, which provided for the continued use of English for official purposes along with Hindi, even after 1965.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 91

_______ may by law alter the name of any State.

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 91 By law, Parliament can form a new State by separating territory from any State, by merging two or more States or parts of States. Parliament can also reduce or increase the area or alter the boundary of any State or even change its name.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 92

Who presides over the meetings of the Rajya Sabha?

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 92 The Vice President of India is the ex-officio Chairman of the Rajya Sabha, who presides over its sessions and meetings.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 93

The Indian Constitution is:

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 93 Indian Constitution is both rigid and flexible, because the procedure of amendment is neither easy nor difficult. The Constitution has provided a federal structure for India.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 94

Which of the following has the sole authority to control the expenditure of the Union Government?

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 94 The passage of the budget means that the parliament has legalised the receipts and expenditure of the union government. The public accounts committee and the Estimates committee keep a watch on the spending of the government.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 95

Which one of the following sequences of dignitaries is in correct order as per the protocol in India?

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 95 Correct Answer: Prime Minister, Former President, Chief Justice of India
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 96

A woman's voice is shriller than a man's due to-

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 96 Correct Answer: Higher frequency
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 97

Which one of the following is present maximum in potatoes?

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 97 A single, medium-sized potato has about 31 g of starch. They are also simple carbohydrates, so they won't keep you satiated for long. Potatoes are often consumed with unhealthy additives such as butter, sour cream, salt, and bacon bits. Popular potato dishes can be high in carbohydrates and fat leading to weight gain.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 98

The universal donor blood group is

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 98 People with type O- blood are called universal donors because their donated red blood cells have no A, B or Rh antigens and can therefore be safely given to people of any blood group.
DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 99

Vermilion (Sindur) is the salt of-

Detailed Solution for DU LLB Mock Test - 19 (New Pattern) - Question 99 Vermilion (Sindur) is the purified and powdered form of cinnabar, which is the chief form in which mercury sulfide naturally occurs.
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