DU LLB 2019: Past Year Question Paper with Answer Key

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1) Question given below has a set of three statements. Choose the alternative where the third statement can
be logically deduced from both the preceding alternatives, but not just from one of them
A: Many teachers are not readers. All singers are teachers. All singers are not readers
B: Some giraffes are donkeys. Some giraffes are sheep. Some sheep are donkeys. C: All locks are keys. Some
keys do not open. Some locks do not open
(a) C only
(b) B and C
(c) B only
(d) A and C
2) Question given below has a set of three statements. Choose the alternative where the third statement can
be logically deduced from both the preceding alternatives, but not just from one of them
A: Few mathematicians are scientists. Some scientists play. Few Mathematicians play
B: Rabbit is a flower. Some flowers are made of chromoplasts. Rabbit is made of chromoplast
C: No elephant eats grass. All lions eat grass. No lions are elephants
(a) C only
(b) B and C
(c) B only
(d) A and C
3) Directions:
(i) A is older than S
(ii) M is older than A but younger than K
(iii) K is elder than S
(iv) S is younger than M
(v) G is the eldest
Who is the youngest
(a) A
(b) S
(c) M
(d) K
4) Directions:
(i) A is older than S
(ii) M is older than A but younger than K
(iii) K is elder than S
(iv) S is younger than M
(v) G is the eldest
Age wise, who is in the middle?
(a) A
(b) S
(c) M
(d) K
5) Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below
The sum of the incomes of U and V is more than that of X and Y taken together. The sum of the incomes of U
and X is the same as that of V and Y taken together. Moreover U earns half as much as the sum of the
incomes of V and Y.
Whose income is the highest?
(a) Y
(b) X
(c) U
(d) V
6) Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below
The sum of the incomes of U and V is more than that of X and Y taken together. The sum of the incomes of U
and X is the same as that of V and Y taken together. Moreover U earns half as much as the sum of the
incomes of V and Y.
Which statement is correct
(a) V and Y together earn half of what X earns
(b) U earns equal to X
(c) U earns more than X
(d) Y earns less than X
7) Which of the following is correct?
(a) Both FIFA, 2014 - Brazil, FIFA, 2018 - Russia & FIFA, 2022 - Qatar & FIFA, 2010 - South Africa,
FIFA,2018 - Russia & FIFA, 2022 - Qatar
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1) Question given below has a set of three statements. Choose the alternative where the third statement can
be logically deduced from both the preceding alternatives, but not just from one of them
A: Many teachers are not readers. All singers are teachers. All singers are not readers
B: Some giraffes are donkeys. Some giraffes are sheep. Some sheep are donkeys. C: All locks are keys. Some
keys do not open. Some locks do not open
(a) C only
(b) B and C
(c) B only
(d) A and C
2) Question given below has a set of three statements. Choose the alternative where the third statement can
be logically deduced from both the preceding alternatives, but not just from one of them
A: Few mathematicians are scientists. Some scientists play. Few Mathematicians play
B: Rabbit is a flower. Some flowers are made of chromoplasts. Rabbit is made of chromoplast
C: No elephant eats grass. All lions eat grass. No lions are elephants
(a) C only
(b) B and C
(c) B only
(d) A and C
3) Directions:
(i) A is older than S
(ii) M is older than A but younger than K
(iii) K is elder than S
(iv) S is younger than M
(v) G is the eldest
Who is the youngest
(a) A
(b) S
(c) M
(d) K
4) Directions:
(i) A is older than S
(ii) M is older than A but younger than K
(iii) K is elder than S
(iv) S is younger than M
(v) G is the eldest
Age wise, who is in the middle?
(a) A
(b) S
(c) M
(d) K
5) Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below
The sum of the incomes of U and V is more than that of X and Y taken together. The sum of the incomes of U
and X is the same as that of V and Y taken together. Moreover U earns half as much as the sum of the
incomes of V and Y.
Whose income is the highest?
(a) Y
(b) X
(c) U
(d) V
6) Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below
The sum of the incomes of U and V is more than that of X and Y taken together. The sum of the incomes of U
and X is the same as that of V and Y taken together. Moreover U earns half as much as the sum of the
incomes of V and Y.
Which statement is correct
(a) V and Y together earn half of what X earns
(b) U earns equal to X
(c) U earns more than X
(d) Y earns less than X
7) Which of the following is correct?
(a) Both FIFA, 2014 - Brazil, FIFA, 2018 - Russia & FIFA, 2022 - Qatar & FIFA, 2010 - South Africa,
FIFA,2018 - Russia & FIFA, 2022 - Qatar
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(b) FIFA, 2014 - Brazil, FIFA, 2018 - Russia & FIFA, 2022 - Qatar
(c) FIFA, 2010 - South Africa, FIFA, 2018 - Russia & FIFA, 2022 - Qatar
(d) None of these

8) Which one of the following does not constitute the electoral college for electing the President
of India?
(a) Elected members of Rajya Sabha
(b) Elected members of the Legislative Council
(c) Elected members of the Legislative Assembly of each state
(d) Elected members of Lok Sabha

9) A watch reads 4:30. If the minute hand points towards north east, then the hour hand will
point towards the
(a) South -west
(b) North-west
(c) South
(d) South-east

10) As per VII Schedule of the Constitution of India, the power to enact laws on residuary
matters lies with
(a) State legislature
(b) None
(c) Parliament
(d) The president

11) The doctrine of ‘Transferred Malice’ is contained in which Section of the IPC, 1860?
(a) Section 304A
(b) Section 149
(c) Section 34
(d) Section 301

12) The doctrine of ‘double jeopardy’ enshrined in Article 20 (2) means
(a) punishment once awarded cannot be enhanced in appeal or revision
(b) no one can be prosecuted and punished more than once for the same offence
(c) one can be prosecuted several times for the same offence
(d) one can be prosecuted more than once, but punished only once

13) The electoral college that elects the Vice President of India comprises of:
(a) Members of both Houses of Parliament
(b) Elected members of both Houses of Parliament
(c) Elected members of both Houses of Parliament and State Legislative Assemblies
(d) Elected members of both Houses of Parliament and State Legislative Assemblies and Legislative
Councils

14) A First Information Report (FIR) for a cognizable offence may be lodged by:
(a) Victim
(b) Family member of the victim
(c) All of these
(d) Police officer

15) Sarkaria Commission was concerned with
(a) Electoral Reforms
(b) Financial Reforms
(c) Centre-State Relations
(d) Judicial reforms

16) The Right of private defence of the body extends to the voluntarily causing of death, if the
offence which occasions the exercise of right is
(a) an assault with the intention of kidnapping or abducting
(b) an assault with intention of escaping with stolen property immediately after the theft
(c) an assault reasonably causing an apprehension that simple injury will be caused
(d) of arresting a person who is running away after having committed an offence of voluntarily causing
hurt

17) The anti-defection law in India is contained in:
(a) The X Schedule of the Constitution of India
(b) The VII Schedule of the Constitution of India
(c) The IV Schedule of the Constitution of India
(d) The IX Schedule of the Constitution of India

18)Art. 51A of the Constitution of India provides for the Fundamental Duties of
(a) Public Servants
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1) Question given below has a set of three statements. Choose the alternative where the third statement can
be logically deduced from both the preceding alternatives, but not just from one of them
A: Many teachers are not readers. All singers are teachers. All singers are not readers
B: Some giraffes are donkeys. Some giraffes are sheep. Some sheep are donkeys. C: All locks are keys. Some
keys do not open. Some locks do not open
(a) C only
(b) B and C
(c) B only
(d) A and C
2) Question given below has a set of three statements. Choose the alternative where the third statement can
be logically deduced from both the preceding alternatives, but not just from one of them
A: Few mathematicians are scientists. Some scientists play. Few Mathematicians play
B: Rabbit is a flower. Some flowers are made of chromoplasts. Rabbit is made of chromoplast
C: No elephant eats grass. All lions eat grass. No lions are elephants
(a) C only
(b) B and C
(c) B only
(d) A and C
3) Directions:
(i) A is older than S
(ii) M is older than A but younger than K
(iii) K is elder than S
(iv) S is younger than M
(v) G is the eldest
Who is the youngest
(a) A
(b) S
(c) M
(d) K
4) Directions:
(i) A is older than S
(ii) M is older than A but younger than K
(iii) K is elder than S
(iv) S is younger than M
(v) G is the eldest
Age wise, who is in the middle?
(a) A
(b) S
(c) M
(d) K
5) Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below
The sum of the incomes of U and V is more than that of X and Y taken together. The sum of the incomes of U
and X is the same as that of V and Y taken together. Moreover U earns half as much as the sum of the
incomes of V and Y.
Whose income is the highest?
(a) Y
(b) X
(c) U
(d) V
6) Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below
The sum of the incomes of U and V is more than that of X and Y taken together. The sum of the incomes of U
and X is the same as that of V and Y taken together. Moreover U earns half as much as the sum of the
incomes of V and Y.
Which statement is correct
(a) V and Y together earn half of what X earns
(b) U earns equal to X
(c) U earns more than X
(d) Y earns less than X
7) Which of the following is correct?
(a) Both FIFA, 2014 - Brazil, FIFA, 2018 - Russia & FIFA, 2022 - Qatar & FIFA, 2010 - South Africa,
FIFA,2018 - Russia & FIFA, 2022 - Qatar
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(b) FIFA, 2014 - Brazil, FIFA, 2018 - Russia & FIFA, 2022 - Qatar
(c) FIFA, 2010 - South Africa, FIFA, 2018 - Russia & FIFA, 2022 - Qatar
(d) None of these

8) Which one of the following does not constitute the electoral college for electing the President
of India?
(a) Elected members of Rajya Sabha
(b) Elected members of the Legislative Council
(c) Elected members of the Legislative Assembly of each state
(d) Elected members of Lok Sabha

9) A watch reads 4:30. If the minute hand points towards north east, then the hour hand will
point towards the
(a) South -west
(b) North-west
(c) South
(d) South-east

10) As per VII Schedule of the Constitution of India, the power to enact laws on residuary
matters lies with
(a) State legislature
(b) None
(c) Parliament
(d) The president

11) The doctrine of ‘Transferred Malice’ is contained in which Section of the IPC, 1860?
(a) Section 304A
(b) Section 149
(c) Section 34
(d) Section 301

12) The doctrine of ‘double jeopardy’ enshrined in Article 20 (2) means
(a) punishment once awarded cannot be enhanced in appeal or revision
(b) no one can be prosecuted and punished more than once for the same offence
(c) one can be prosecuted several times for the same offence
(d) one can be prosecuted more than once, but punished only once

13) The electoral college that elects the Vice President of India comprises of:
(a) Members of both Houses of Parliament
(b) Elected members of both Houses of Parliament
(c) Elected members of both Houses of Parliament and State Legislative Assemblies
(d) Elected members of both Houses of Parliament and State Legislative Assemblies and Legislative
Councils

14) A First Information Report (FIR) for a cognizable offence may be lodged by:
(a) Victim
(b) Family member of the victim
(c) All of these
(d) Police officer

15) Sarkaria Commission was concerned with
(a) Electoral Reforms
(b) Financial Reforms
(c) Centre-State Relations
(d) Judicial reforms

16) The Right of private defence of the body extends to the voluntarily causing of death, if the
offence which occasions the exercise of right is
(a) an assault with the intention of kidnapping or abducting
(b) an assault with intention of escaping with stolen property immediately after the theft
(c) an assault reasonably causing an apprehension that simple injury will be caused
(d) of arresting a person who is running away after having committed an offence of voluntarily causing
hurt

17) The anti-defection law in India is contained in:
(a) The X Schedule of the Constitution of India
(b) The VII Schedule of the Constitution of India
(c) The IV Schedule of the Constitution of India
(d) The IX Schedule of the Constitution of India

18)Art. 51A of the Constitution of India provides for the Fundamental Duties of
(a) Public Servants
(b) Prime Minister and his Council of Ministers
(c) Citizens of India
(d) All those who run public and private sectors

19)Proceedings to be in camera means
(a) Proceedings in public
(b) Proceedings in private
(c) Proceedings recorded in camera
(d) None of these

20)A general offer is an offer which [Question ID = 2066
(a) None of these
(b) Cannot be termed as a contract
(c) Contains all the essentials of a valid contract
(d) Can be accepted by anyone

21)World Intellectual Property Day is celebrated on:
(a) 23rd September
(b) 26th April
(c) 4th August
(d) 21st June

22)The principle of quantum meruit is applicable when
(a) When the contract is indivisible and something in relation to contract is done
(b) When an act is done graciously
(c) The contract is divisible, and some parts are performed
(d) Both The contract is divisible, and some parts are performed and When the contract is indivisible
and something in relation to contract is done

23)The President gives his resignation to the
(a) Prime Minister
(b) Speaker of Lok Sabha
(c) Vice President
(d) Chief Justice

24)How many times the President of India can seek re-election to his post?
(a) Any number of times
(b) 2 times
(c) Once
(d) 3 times

25)The charge of impeachment against the President of India for his removal can be preferred
by
(a) Rajya Sabha
(b) Lok Sabha
(c) Speaker of Lok Sabha and Chairman of Rajya Sabha
(d) Both Houses of Parliament

26)‘Achilles heel’ means
(a) a food disease
(b) a kind of fungus
(c) a painful spot
(d) a weak point
27)The word ‘plagiarist’ refers to a person who
(a) Is a professional boxer
(b) Uses language and thoughts of another author without authorization and the representation of that
author's work as one's own, without crediting the original author
(c) Is called by courts to give testimony in cases relating to fingerprints
(d) Is a collector of old and antique stamps of different countries

28)Basic structure of Constitution can be amended
(a) By 2/3rd majority
(b) By simple majority
(c) By special majority and ratification by half of states
(d) None of these

29)The right to protect one’s own person and property against the unlawful aggression of
others is known as:
(a) an act done by the consent of the other
(b) none of these
(c) the right of private defence
(d) volenti non fit injuria
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1) Question given below has a set of three statements. Choose the alternative where the third statement can
be logically deduced from both the preceding alternatives, but not just from one of them
A: Many teachers are not readers. All singers are teachers. All singers are not readers
B: Some giraffes are donkeys. Some giraffes are sheep. Some sheep are donkeys. C: All locks are keys. Some
keys do not open. Some locks do not open
(a) C only
(b) B and C
(c) B only
(d) A and C
2) Question given below has a set of three statements. Choose the alternative where the third statement can
be logically deduced from both the preceding alternatives, but not just from one of them
A: Few mathematicians are scientists. Some scientists play. Few Mathematicians play
B: Rabbit is a flower. Some flowers are made of chromoplasts. Rabbit is made of chromoplast
C: No elephant eats grass. All lions eat grass. No lions are elephants
(a) C only
(b) B and C
(c) B only
(d) A and C
3) Directions:
(i) A is older than S
(ii) M is older than A but younger than K
(iii) K is elder than S
(iv) S is younger than M
(v) G is the eldest
Who is the youngest
(a) A
(b) S
(c) M
(d) K
4) Directions:
(i) A is older than S
(ii) M is older than A but younger than K
(iii) K is elder than S
(iv) S is younger than M
(v) G is the eldest
Age wise, who is in the middle?
(a) A
(b) S
(c) M
(d) K
5) Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below
The sum of the incomes of U and V is more than that of X and Y taken together. The sum of the incomes of U
and X is the same as that of V and Y taken together. Moreover U earns half as much as the sum of the
incomes of V and Y.
Whose income is the highest?
(a) Y
(b) X
(c) U
(d) V
6) Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below
The sum of the incomes of U and V is more than that of X and Y taken together. The sum of the incomes of U
and X is the same as that of V and Y taken together. Moreover U earns half as much as the sum of the
incomes of V and Y.
Which statement is correct
(a) V and Y together earn half of what X earns
(b) U earns equal to X
(c) U earns more than X
(d) Y earns less than X
7) Which of the following is correct?
(a) Both FIFA, 2014 - Brazil, FIFA, 2018 - Russia & FIFA, 2022 - Qatar & FIFA, 2010 - South Africa,
FIFA,2018 - Russia & FIFA, 2022 - Qatar
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(b) FIFA, 2014 - Brazil, FIFA, 2018 - Russia & FIFA, 2022 - Qatar
(c) FIFA, 2010 - South Africa, FIFA, 2018 - Russia & FIFA, 2022 - Qatar
(d) None of these

8) Which one of the following does not constitute the electoral college for electing the President
of India?
(a) Elected members of Rajya Sabha
(b) Elected members of the Legislative Council
(c) Elected members of the Legislative Assembly of each state
(d) Elected members of Lok Sabha

9) A watch reads 4:30. If the minute hand points towards north east, then the hour hand will
point towards the
(a) South -west
(b) North-west
(c) South
(d) South-east

10) As per VII Schedule of the Constitution of India, the power to enact laws on residuary
matters lies with
(a) State legislature
(b) None
(c) Parliament
(d) The president

11) The doctrine of ‘Transferred Malice’ is contained in which Section of the IPC, 1860?
(a) Section 304A
(b) Section 149
(c) Section 34
(d) Section 301

12) The doctrine of ‘double jeopardy’ enshrined in Article 20 (2) means
(a) punishment once awarded cannot be enhanced in appeal or revision
(b) no one can be prosecuted and punished more than once for the same offence
(c) one can be prosecuted several times for the same offence
(d) one can be prosecuted more than once, but punished only once

13) The electoral college that elects the Vice President of India comprises of:
(a) Members of both Houses of Parliament
(b) Elected members of both Houses of Parliament
(c) Elected members of both Houses of Parliament and State Legislative Assemblies
(d) Elected members of both Houses of Parliament and State Legislative Assemblies and Legislative
Councils

14) A First Information Report (FIR) for a cognizable offence may be lodged by:
(a) Victim
(b) Family member of the victim
(c) All of these
(d) Police officer

15) Sarkaria Commission was concerned with
(a) Electoral Reforms
(b) Financial Reforms
(c) Centre-State Relations
(d) Judicial reforms

16) The Right of private defence of the body extends to the voluntarily causing of death, if the
offence which occasions the exercise of right is
(a) an assault with the intention of kidnapping or abducting
(b) an assault with intention of escaping with stolen property immediately after the theft
(c) an assault reasonably causing an apprehension that simple injury will be caused
(d) of arresting a person who is running away after having committed an offence of voluntarily causing
hurt

17) The anti-defection law in India is contained in:
(a) The X Schedule of the Constitution of India
(b) The VII Schedule of the Constitution of India
(c) The IV Schedule of the Constitution of India
(d) The IX Schedule of the Constitution of India

18)Art. 51A of the Constitution of India provides for the Fundamental Duties of
(a) Public Servants
(b) Prime Minister and his Council of Ministers
(c) Citizens of India
(d) All those who run public and private sectors

19)Proceedings to be in camera means
(a) Proceedings in public
(b) Proceedings in private
(c) Proceedings recorded in camera
(d) None of these

20)A general offer is an offer which [Question ID = 2066
(a) None of these
(b) Cannot be termed as a contract
(c) Contains all the essentials of a valid contract
(d) Can be accepted by anyone

21)World Intellectual Property Day is celebrated on:
(a) 23rd September
(b) 26th April
(c) 4th August
(d) 21st June

22)The principle of quantum meruit is applicable when
(a) When the contract is indivisible and something in relation to contract is done
(b) When an act is done graciously
(c) The contract is divisible, and some parts are performed
(d) Both The contract is divisible, and some parts are performed and When the contract is indivisible
and something in relation to contract is done

23)The President gives his resignation to the
(a) Prime Minister
(b) Speaker of Lok Sabha
(c) Vice President
(d) Chief Justice

24)How many times the President of India can seek re-election to his post?
(a) Any number of times
(b) 2 times
(c) Once
(d) 3 times

25)The charge of impeachment against the President of India for his removal can be preferred
by
(a) Rajya Sabha
(b) Lok Sabha
(c) Speaker of Lok Sabha and Chairman of Rajya Sabha
(d) Both Houses of Parliament

26)‘Achilles heel’ means
(a) a food disease
(b) a kind of fungus
(c) a painful spot
(d) a weak point
27)The word ‘plagiarist’ refers to a person who
(a) Is a professional boxer
(b) Uses language and thoughts of another author without authorization and the representation of that
author's work as one's own, without crediting the original author
(c) Is called by courts to give testimony in cases relating to fingerprints
(d) Is a collector of old and antique stamps of different countries

28)Basic structure of Constitution can be amended
(a) By 2/3rd majority
(b) By simple majority
(c) By special majority and ratification by half of states
(d) None of these

29)The right to protect one’s own person and property against the unlawful aggression of
others is known as:
(a) an act done by the consent of the other
(b) none of these
(c) the right of private defence
(d) volenti non fit injuria

30)Fraud occurs when
(a) Both an act is done with the intention to deceive another party & active concealment of facts
(b) Active concealment of facts
(c) An act is done with the intention to deceive another party
(d) None of these

31)Under Patent Act, 1970 Patent is granted for
(a) 5 years
(b) 10 years
(c) 20 years
(d) 15 years

32)An agreement in restraint of marriage is:
(a) Void
(b) Illegal
(c) Voidable
(d) Valid

33)X+Y > U+V and Y+U>X+V, then it is definite that:
(a) V>Y
(b) X>V
(c) Y>V
(d) U>V

34)Who is equivalent of Attorney General in State?
(a) Judge of the High Court
(c) Chief Minister
(d) None of these

35)Who among the following is the First Iraqi National to have received the Nobel Peace Prize?
(b) Jenna Krajeski
(c) Najiba Ahmed

(a) 10 years, but may be renewed from time to time subject to the provisions of the Act
(b) 20 years, but may be renewed from time to time subject to the provisions of the Act
(c) 15 years, but may be renewed from time to time subject to the provisions of the Act
(d) 5 years, but may be renewed from time to time subject to the provisions of the Act

37)Caveat Venditor means:
(b) Seller beware
(c) None of these
(d) Manufacturer beware

38)In which landmark judgment did the Supreme Court of India decriminalized homosexuality
(a) Navtez Singh Johar v. Union of India, 2018
(b) Maneka Gandhi v. Union of India, 1978
(c) Hussainara Khatoon v. State of Bihar, 1979
(d) Nilabati Behera v. State of Orissa, 1993

39)The name of the Union given in the Constitution is
(a) Hindustan i.e. Bharatvarsha
(b) Bharatdesh i.e. India
(c) India i.e. Bharat
(d) India i.e. Hindustan

40)‘A’ threatens his wife and son to commit suicide in case they did not execute a deed in his
favour.This will amount to:
(a) None of the above
(b) Both the above
(c) Undue influence
(d) Coercion

41)Two young persons, A & B fight with each other. A was having a blade with which ‘A’ inflicts
injury on the face of B leaving a scar on the cheek of B. A is guilty of offence of causing
(a) simple hurt by rash or negligent act
(b) simple hurt
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1) Question given below has a set of three statements. Choose the alternative where the third statement can
be logically deduced from both the preceding alternatives, but not just from one of them
A: Many teachers are not readers. All singers are teachers. All singers are not readers
B: Some giraffes are donkeys. Some giraffes are sheep. Some sheep are donkeys. C: All locks are keys. Some
keys do not open. Some locks do not open
(a) C only
(b) B and C
(c) B only
(d) A and C
2) Question given below has a set of three statements. Choose the alternative where the third statement can
be logically deduced from both the preceding alternatives, but not just from one of them
A: Few mathematicians are scientists. Some scientists play. Few Mathematicians play
B: Rabbit is a flower. Some flowers are made of chromoplasts. Rabbit is made of chromoplast
C: No elephant eats grass. All lions eat grass. No lions are elephants
(a) C only
(b) B and C
(c) B only
(d) A and C
3) Directions:
(i) A is older than S
(ii) M is older than A but younger than K
(iii) K is elder than S
(iv) S is younger than M
(v) G is the eldest
Who is the youngest
(a) A
(b) S
(c) M
(d) K
4) Directions:
(i) A is older than S
(ii) M is older than A but younger than K
(iii) K is elder than S
(iv) S is younger than M
(v) G is the eldest
Age wise, who is in the middle?
(a) A
(b) S
(c) M
(d) K
5) Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below
The sum of the incomes of U and V is more than that of X and Y taken together. The sum of the incomes of U
and X is the same as that of V and Y taken together. Moreover U earns half as much as the sum of the
incomes of V and Y.
Whose income is the highest?
(a) Y
(b) X
(c) U
(d) V
6) Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below
The sum of the incomes of U and V is more than that of X and Y taken together. The sum of the incomes of U
and X is the same as that of V and Y taken together. Moreover U earns half as much as the sum of the
incomes of V and Y.
Which statement is correct
(a) V and Y together earn half of what X earns
(b) U earns equal to X
(c) U earns more than X
(d) Y earns less than X
7) Which of the following is correct?
(a) Both FIFA, 2014 - Brazil, FIFA, 2018 - Russia & FIFA, 2022 - Qatar & FIFA, 2010 - South Africa,
FIFA,2018 - Russia & FIFA, 2022 - Qatar
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(b) FIFA, 2014 - Brazil, FIFA, 2018 - Russia & FIFA, 2022 - Qatar
(c) FIFA, 2010 - South Africa, FIFA, 2018 - Russia & FIFA, 2022 - Qatar
(d) None of these

8) Which one of the following does not constitute the electoral college for electing the President
of India?
(a) Elected members of Rajya Sabha
(b) Elected members of the Legislative Council
(c) Elected members of the Legislative Assembly of each state
(d) Elected members of Lok Sabha

9) A watch reads 4:30. If the minute hand points towards north east, then the hour hand will
point towards the
(a) South -west
(b) North-west
(c) South
(d) South-east

10) As per VII Schedule of the Constitution of India, the power to enact laws on residuary
matters lies with
(a) State legislature
(b) None
(c) Parliament
(d) The president

11) The doctrine of ‘Transferred Malice’ is contained in which Section of the IPC, 1860?
(a) Section 304A
(b) Section 149
(c) Section 34
(d) Section 301

12) The doctrine of ‘double jeopardy’ enshrined in Article 20 (2) means
(a) punishment once awarded cannot be enhanced in appeal or revision
(b) no one can be prosecuted and punished more than once for the same offence
(c) one can be prosecuted several times for the same offence
(d) one can be prosecuted more than once, but punished only once

13) The electoral college that elects the Vice President of India comprises of:
(a) Members of both Houses of Parliament
(b) Elected members of both Houses of Parliament
(c) Elected members of both Houses of Parliament and State Legislative Assemblies
(d) Elected members of both Houses of Parliament and State Legislative Assemblies and Legislative
Councils

14) A First Information Report (FIR) for a cognizable offence may be lodged by:
(a) Victim
(b) Family member of the victim
(c) All of these
(d) Police officer

15) Sarkaria Commission was concerned with
(a) Electoral Reforms
(b) Financial Reforms
(c) Centre-State Relations
(d) Judicial reforms

16) The Right of private defence of the body extends to the voluntarily causing of death, if the
offence which occasions the exercise of right is
(a) an assault with the intention of kidnapping or abducting
(b) an assault with intention of escaping with stolen property immediately after the theft
(c) an assault reasonably causing an apprehension that simple injury will be caused
(d) of arresting a person who is running away after having committed an offence of voluntarily causing
hurt

17) The anti-defection law in India is contained in:
(a) The X Schedule of the Constitution of India
(b) The VII Schedule of the Constitution of India
(c) The IV Schedule of the Constitution of India
(d) The IX Schedule of the Constitution of India

18)Art. 51A of the Constitution of India provides for the Fundamental Duties of
(a) Public Servants
(b) Prime Minister and his Council of Ministers
(c) Citizens of India
(d) All those who run public and private sectors

19)Proceedings to be in camera means
(a) Proceedings in public
(b) Proceedings in private
(c) Proceedings recorded in camera
(d) None of these

20)A general offer is an offer which [Question ID = 2066
(a) None of these
(b) Cannot be termed as a contract
(c) Contains all the essentials of a valid contract
(d) Can be accepted by anyone

21)World Intellectual Property Day is celebrated on:
(a) 23rd September
(b) 26th April
(c) 4th August
(d) 21st June

22)The principle of quantum meruit is applicable when
(a) When the contract is indivisible and something in relation to contract is done
(b) When an act is done graciously
(c) The contract is divisible, and some parts are performed
(d) Both The contract is divisible, and some parts are performed and When the contract is indivisible
and something in relation to contract is done

23)The President gives his resignation to the
(a) Prime Minister
(b) Speaker of Lok Sabha
(c) Vice President
(d) Chief Justice

24)How many times the President of India can seek re-election to his post?
(a) Any number of times
(b) 2 times
(c) Once
(d) 3 times

25)The charge of impeachment against the President of India for his removal can be preferred
by
(a) Rajya Sabha
(b) Lok Sabha
(c) Speaker of Lok Sabha and Chairman of Rajya Sabha
(d) Both Houses of Parliament

26)‘Achilles heel’ means
(a) a food disease
(b) a kind of fungus
(c) a painful spot
(d) a weak point
27)The word ‘plagiarist’ refers to a person who
(a) Is a professional boxer
(b) Uses language and thoughts of another author without authorization and the representation of that
author's work as one's own, without crediting the original author
(c) Is called by courts to give testimony in cases relating to fingerprints
(d) Is a collector of old and antique stamps of different countries

28)Basic structure of Constitution can be amended
(a) By 2/3rd majority
(b) By simple majority
(c) By special majority and ratification by half of states
(d) None of these

29)The right to protect one’s own person and property against the unlawful aggression of
others is known as:
(a) an act done by the consent of the other
(b) none of these
(c) the right of private defence
(d) volenti non fit injuria

30)Fraud occurs when
(a) Both an act is done with the intention to deceive another party & active concealment of facts
(b) Active concealment of facts
(c) An act is done with the intention to deceive another party
(d) None of these

31)Under Patent Act, 1970 Patent is granted for
(a) 5 years
(b) 10 years
(c) 20 years
(d) 15 years

32)An agreement in restraint of marriage is:
(a) Void
(b) Illegal
(c) Voidable
(d) Valid

33)X+Y > U+V and Y+U>X+V, then it is definite that:
(a) V>Y
(b) X>V
(c) Y>V
(d) U>V

34)Who is equivalent of Attorney General in State?
(a) Judge of the High Court
(c) Chief Minister
(d) None of these

35)Who among the following is the First Iraqi National to have received the Nobel Peace Prize?
(b) Jenna Krajeski
(c) Najiba Ahmed

(a) 10 years, but may be renewed from time to time subject to the provisions of the Act
(b) 20 years, but may be renewed from time to time subject to the provisions of the Act
(c) 15 years, but may be renewed from time to time subject to the provisions of the Act
(d) 5 years, but may be renewed from time to time subject to the provisions of the Act

37)Caveat Venditor means:
(b) Seller beware
(c) None of these
(d) Manufacturer beware

38)In which landmark judgment did the Supreme Court of India decriminalized homosexuality
(a) Navtez Singh Johar v. Union of India, 2018
(b) Maneka Gandhi v. Union of India, 1978
(c) Hussainara Khatoon v. State of Bihar, 1979
(d) Nilabati Behera v. State of Orissa, 1993

39)The name of the Union given in the Constitution is
(a) Hindustan i.e. Bharatvarsha
(b) Bharatdesh i.e. India
(c) India i.e. Bharat
(d) India i.e. Hindustan

40)‘A’ threatens his wife and son to commit suicide in case they did not execute a deed in his
favour.This will amount to:
(a) None of the above
(b) Both the above
(c) Undue influence
(d) Coercion

41)Two young persons, A & B fight with each other. A was having a blade with which ‘A’ inflicts
injury on the face of B leaving a scar on the cheek of B. A is guilty of offence of causing
(a) simple hurt by rash or negligent act
(b) simple hurt
(c) grievous hurt by rash or negligent act
(d) grievous hurt

42)In which of the following cases was the judgment popularly known as Jallikattu verdict
pronounced?
(a) Federation of Indian Animal Protection Organisation v. UOI
(b) Gauri Maulekhi v. UOI
(c) Animal Welfare Board of India v. A. Nagaraja
(d) Nair, NR and others v. UOI

43)In which of the cases the relationship of principal and agent exists:
(a) Both Relationship between partners & Relationship between employer and employee
(b) Relationship between husband and wife
(c) Relationship between employer and employee
(d) Relationship between partners

44)In which year Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education, Act was enacted by
Parliament of India?
(a) 2008
(b) 2009
(c) 2007
(d) 2005

45)In which one of the following judgments the Constitutional Bench of the Supreme Court of
India, the 'rarest of rare' principle in the award of death penalty was first laid down?
(a) Bachan Singh v. State of Punjab (1980)
(b) Gopalanachari v. State of Kerala (1980)
(c) Tukaram v. State of Maharashtra (1979)
(d) Dr. Upendra Baxi v. State of UP (1983)

46) The three lists in the Seventh Schedule of the Constitution of India represent
(a) Principle of Division of Power
(b) Principle of Separation of Power
(c) Doctrine of Cooperative Federalism
(d) Rule against non-arbitrariness

47)Five people, A, C, D, F and G are sitting around a table. A is sitting to the left of G. One person is sitting
between G and D. C is sitting to the left of A: Choose the correct option:
(a) F is sitting between C and D
(b) F is sitting between A and G
(c) F is sitting between G and D
(d) F is sitting to the right of D

48)Non est factum means:
(a) None of these
(b) Document executed under fraud
(c) Document executed under misrepresentation
(d) It is not my deed

49)Malimath Committee is associated with reforms in the field of
(a) Education
(b) Domestic relations.
(c) Labour Welfare
(d) Criminal Law

50)In the year 2002 the Competition Act was enacted. This Act replaces

(a) Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988
(b) Monopolies and Restrictive Trade Practices Act, 1969
(c) Consumer Protection Act, 1986
(d) Protection of Civil Rights Act, 1955

51)On 9th March 2018, a Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court of India confirmed that the right to die
with dignity is a fundamental right while allowing passive euthanasia and living will. This judgment is known
as
(a) Common Cause v. UOI
(b) Supreme Court Advocates-On-Record Association v. UOI
(c) P. Rathinam v. UOI
(d) Justice KS Puttaswamy v. UOI

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