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Indian Evidence Act  – AIBE Exam MCQ -Test SET 1

Indian Evidence Act  – AIBE Exam MCQ -Test SET 1

  1. Indian Evidence Act was drafted by  Sir James F. Stephen.
  2. The Law of Evidence consists of Legal Rules of Evidence.
  3. Relevancy & Admissibility under the Indian Evidence Act are neither synonymous nor co extensive.
  4. Self Regarding Statements can be self servicing or self harming.
  5. Self harming Statements is admissible but a self serving statement is not admissible.
  6. Opinion under the Evidence Act, whether on a matter of Fact or Law is not relevant.
  7. Indian Evidence Act applies to All Judicial Proceedings in Courts.
  8. Law of Evidence is Lex Fori
  9. Law of evidence is an adjective law
  10. Facts can be physically & psychological facts.
  11. Under the Evidence Act Fact means Factum probandum & factum probans
  12. Fact in Issue means Fact, – is existence or non – existence of which is disputed by the Parties.
  13. Affidavit I s not evidence
  14. Everything Produced before the court for inspection is not evidence.
  15. Written statement of an accused in criminal trial is not considered as evidence.
  16. Anything of which judicial notice can be taken is considered as Evidence.
  17. Proof of Facts Depends upon the Probability of existence but not accuracy of production.
  18. Standard of proof in Criminal Cases is much higher than in civil cases.
  19. Presumption under this Act means Presumption of Fact & Presumption of Law. \
  20. Presumption of Facts are always rebuttable
  21. Presumption of Law can be either rebuttable or Irrefutable.
  22. Relevancy can be raised any time, when Relevancy is a question of Law.
  23. Documents improperly procured & Documents procured by illegal means both are not admissible in evidence.
  24. Under section 6 of the Evidence Act, The Facts which forming part of the same transaction are relevant.
  25. Principle of “Res Gestae” means “things has Done”



Constitutional Law – AIBE Exam MCQ -Test SET 1

Constitutional Law – AIBE Exam MCQ -Test SET 1

  1. The Term State as mentioned in Article 12 of  the Constitution includes also :- LIC
  2. Article 13(2) :-  States that the state shall not make any law which takes away or abridges the fundamental rights. 
  3. Article 14 gaurantees equality before law and equal protection of law to :-  All Persons living withing the territory of India. 
  4. Article 19(1) includes :-  freedom of speech and expression. 
  5. Freedom under Article 19 are :-  sacrosanct and inalienable. 
  6. Right to life does not include right to die. it was held in the case :- Chenna Jagadeshwar V. state of Andra Pradesh. 
  7. Right to freedom of religion cannot be restricted on the grounds of :-  Security of state 
  8. On which date the Supreme court upheld the OBC quota in Central Educational institutions clearing the way for reservation of 27% seats for Backward classes. on 10th April 2008 
  9. Right to Life Means :-  Right to have all limbs and faculties intact. 
  10. The Following are not included in the right to personal liberty :-  Freedom from arrest 
  11. The Right guaranteed under Article 32 can be suspended :- When Proclamation of emergency is in operation. 
  12. The Fundamental rights as envisaged under Articles 12-35 are :-  Can be amended. 
  13. In case of A.K.Gopaln Vs. State of Madras , The Preventing Detention Act , 1950 was found conflicting with the two Articles. :- Articles 19  and 21
  14. Which of the following writs can be issued only against the judicial or quasi – judicial authorities:- certiorari. 
  15. Which among the following is not a Fundamental rights :=  Right to  Strike 
  16. The right to property was dropped from the list of fundamental Rights by the :- 44th Amendment. 
  17. The Writ of Mandamus would be issued when there is failure to –  Perform a mandatory duty 
  18. A corporation is State for the purpose of enforcement of fundamental rights if :- It is an agency or instrumentality of Government. 
  19. Excessive Reservation would be a Fraud on The Constitution of India was observed by The Supreme Court in :-  Balaji V. State of Mysore. 
  20. Under the Indian Constitution , Which one of the Following is Not a Specific Ground on which the State can place Restrictions on Freedom of Religion ? – Public Order. 

 




Civil Procedure Code – AIBE Exam MCQ -Test SET 1

Civil Procedure Code – AIBE Exam MCQ -Test SET 1

  1. A decree becomes final when :- It conclusively determines the rights of the parties & When No Appeal has been preferred against the decree. 
  2. Which of the following is not a decree ? – dismissal in default. 
  3. A judgment contains :- Concise Statement of the case , The Points for determination & the Points of determinations & the reason thereof. 
  4. Who among the Following is not a Legal Representative ? –  A Trespasser , An Intermeddler & A Creditor. 
  5. Mesne Profit Means 2(12) :-  those profits which the person in wrongful possession of such property actually received or might have received together with Interest. 
  6. Jurisdiction of civil court can be barred :- Either Expressly nor impliedly 
  7. Principle of Res Sub judice is contained in :- Section 10 
  8. Principle of Res sub Judicata is Contained in :- Section 11
  9. Principle of Res Judicata applies –  Between Co defendants & Between Co Plaintiffs 
  10. Under Section 10 of CPC a suit is liable to be :- Stayed. 
  11. Provisions of Section 10 of CPC are :- mandatory 
  12. In a suit , Where the Doctrine of Res Judicata Applies , the suit is liable to be :- Dismissed. 
  13. In Every Plaint, Under Section 26 of CPC , Facts should be proved by :- Affidavit. 
  14. A Plaint can be rejected under :- Order VII,  Rule 11 of CPC 
  15. Pleading can be amended ;-  Before the trail court , before the first appellate court &  before the second appellate court. 
  16. Amendment in pleadings shall be effective :- From the date of the Pleading. 
  17. Set off is a :-  Reciprocal ascertainment of debts between the Parties. 
  18. Set off can be :-  Legal Set off and Equitable Set Off 
  19. In Set Off , Court fee is :-  Payable 
  20. Which of the Following must be stated in the pleadings :- Facta Probanda 




Criminal Procedure Code – AIBE Exam MCQ -Test SET 1

  1. Classification of Offenses given in the Code of Criminal Procedure Under :- The 1st Schedule 
  2. Which Classification of offense comes under Criminal Procedure code ?
    1. Cognizable & Non Cognizable
    2. Bailable & Non Bailable
    3. summons & warrant cases
    4. All of the Above .
  3. Under the Scheme of Criminal Procedure Non Cognizable offences are :-  Private Wrongs
  4. A Magistrate has the power to direct the police to Investigate into an offence in IPC under :- Section 156(3) of  Crpc
  5. Non Cognizable Offences has been defined under section :- 2(1)
  6.   In a bailable offense , the bail is granted as a matter of right :- both by the police officer &  the court. 
  7. Classification of summons case & warrant case :- is useful to determine the trail procedure to be adopted. 
  8.  The Word Magistrate mentioned in Section 156(3) of Cr PC means :- a Judicial Magistrate 
  9. Complaint as provided under section 2(d) of Cr PC :- either in Writing or Oral
  10. Offenses other than those mentioned in section 320 of Cr PC are :- Not Compoundable 
  11. Section 91 of the Accused does not apply to :- Accused
  12. The Magistrate records the Confession of an accused or a statement of a witness during investigation , under :- section 164 of Cr PC
  13. Maintenance of a Case dairy by an investigating officer is :- Mandatory
  14. Section 167 of CrPC is applicable during :- Investigation. 
  15. Amount of Maintenance under section 125 of CrPC is :- Without any Limit
  16. In a case of Non bailable offence, a bail granted by a Magistrate can be cancelled under section 437(5) of CrPC
    1. By the Magistrate granting the Bail
    2. By the Court of Sessions
    3. By the High Court
    4. All of the Above 
  17. Court can condone the delay :- Under section 473 of Cr PC
  18. The Special Court is :- Subordinate to High Court 
  19. In camera trial refers to :- trail to which Public and press are not allowed.
  20. Chapter XXIA – ” plea Bargaining” Containing Section 265A to 265L of CrPC came into Force on – 5th July 2006

 

 




IMP Legal One Liner Questions & Answers


Questions Answers
Which is the highest and final judicial tribunal in respect of the Constitution of India? Supreme Court
What is meant by ‘Court of Record’ ? –The court that preserves all its records
Which is true about the Supreme Court ?   It is the highest federal court of India
From which fund are the salaries of the Judges of the Supreme Court drawn?  Consolidated Fund
A Judge of the Supreme Court of India is to hold office until he attains the age of howmany years?  65 years
Under which act was the Supreme Court set up?  Regulating Act
Which Judge of the Supreme Court was unsuccessfully sought to be impeached? Justice Ramaswami
What does the power of judicial review ensure?  The constitutionality of laws
In which country did the concept of Public Interest Litigation originated?  The United States
Which amendment curtailed the power of Judicial review of the Supreme Court and the High Courts?  42th
For the enforcement of Fundamental Rights, what can the Supreme Court do?  It may issue a writ
Which writ is issued by the court in’ case of illegal detention of a person? –  Habeas Corpus
Under the writ of ‘Mandamus’, Court do?  If can direct the Government to do or not to do a thing
Which writ is a bulwark of personal freedom?  Habeas Corpus
Which writ may be issued to enforce a Fundamental Right? Habeas Corpus
What is the total number of High Courts in India at present? 24
What is the age of retirement of the Judges of the High Court? 62 years
By whom the oath to a High Court Judge is administered?  Governor
When can the salaries of High Court judges be reduced? During a Financial Emergency
By whom are the Chief Justice and other Judges of the High Court are appointed? President
At where were the High Courts in India first started?  Bombay, Madras, Calcutta
Who decides the number of Judges in a High Court? President
Which High Court has the Territorial Jurisdiction over Andaman and Nicobar Islands?  Calcutta
With which does the power to extend or restrict the jurisdiction of the High Court rest? With the Parliament
A Judge of a High Court wanting to resign addresses his letter of resignation to whom? The President
From which fund is the pension of a High Court Judge charged? Consolidated Fund of India
Which High Court has jurisdiction over the State of Arunachal Pradesh? Gauhati High Court
Which is the only Union Territory that has a High Court of its own? – Delhi
Which jurisdiction of the Indian Judiciary covers Public Interest’ Litigation?  Epistolary Jurisdiction
By whom are the Salaries of the Judges of the Supreme Court determined?  Parliament
Which Article of the Constitution permits the Supreme Court to review its own judgement or order? Article 137
Who has the right to transfer any case anywhere in India? Supreme Court
The disputes regarding the election of the President and the Vice-President of India are decided by which body? Supreme Court
Which court in India is/are known as the Court(s) of Records? The High Courts and Supreme Court
Who has the right to seek advisory opinion of he Supreme Court of India, on any question of law? President
Acting Chief Justice of the Supreme Court in India is appointed by which officer? President
In the supreme Court of India the, what is number of Judges including the Chief Justice?  31
Who is the final authority to interpret the Constitution? The Supreme Court
How many types of writs can be issued by the Supreme Court? 5
What makes the Judiciary the guardian of the Constitution? – Judicial Review
Who holds the power to increase the number of judges in the Supreme Court? Parliament
What is true for Indian Judicial System? It is an independent institution
What is correct about the Supreme Court regarding its judgement?  It can change the judgement
Which Chief Justices of India acted as the President of India also? Justice M. Hidayatullah
A judge of Supreme Court of India holds office till he attains the age of howmany year?  65 years
Who is authorised to transfer the judges of one High Court to another High Court? The President
A High Court Judge addresses his letter of resignation to which officer?  The President
Which High Court has the largest number of Benches?  Guwahati High Court
Who was the first High/Supreme Court Judge, That voluntarily made public his assets,?  Justice K. Kannan        
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