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Organisation : UKPSC/Uttarakhand Public Service Commission
Exam : Uttarakhand Civil Judge – JD (Pre) Exam – 2016
Year : 2016
Subject : General Knowledge and Law
Document Type : Sample Question Papers
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Uttarakhand Civil Judge JD Pre Exam Question Paper :

Part – 1 :
General Knowledge :
1. Which of the following Amendments of the Constitution is related with G.S.T. ?
(a) 97th
(b) 98th
(c) 100th
(d) 101st

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2. In which one of the following cases, ‘Preamble’ was held to be part of the Constitution, hence amendable ?
(a) In Re Berubari
(b) Keshvanand Bharti V. State of Kerala
(c) A.K. Gopalan V. State of Madras
(d) None of the above

3. United Nations has observed year 2016 as
(a) International year for Women
(b) International year for Polio
(c) International year for Human Rights
(d) International year for Pulses

4. Which one of the following provisions of the Constitution deals with the ordinance making power of the President ?
(a) Article 123
(b) Article 124
(c) Article 125
(d) Article 126

5. Headquarters of International Court of Justice is situated at
(a) Paris
(b) London
(c) Hague
(d) Washington

6. Which Article of the Constitution deals with definitions of various terms used in the Constitution ?
(a) Article 364
(b) Article 365
(c) Article 366
(d) Article 367

7. Power of Supreme Court to review its own judgement is provided under :
(a) Article 137
(b) Article 138
(c) Article 139
(d) Article 140

8. Members of Joint Public Service Commissions are appointed by :
(a) Governors of the concerned states
(b) Prime Minister
(c) President of India
(d) None of the above

9. Case of Kasturi Lal Ralia Ram Jain V. State of U.P., AIR 1965 SC 1039 is related to
(a) Sovereign functions of State
(b) Exemption from taxation
(c) Power of Amendment
(d) None of the above

10. Which one of the Chief Justices of India has acted as Acting President of India also ?
(a) Justice Subba Rao
(b) Justice Hidaytullah
(c) Justice Khanna
(d) None of the above

Part – 2 :
Law :
51. Whoever has been previously convicted of an offence punishable under section 376 or 376-A or 376-D of Indian Penal Code and is subsequently convicted for an offence punishable under any of the said sections, shall be punished with
(a) rigorous imprisonment of 20 years which may be extended to life-imprisonment.
(b) rigorous imprisonment of 20 years and also with fine.
(c) imprisonment for life or with death.
(d) simple imprisonment upto 20 years.

52. Which one of the following is not an offence punishable under Indian Penal Code, 1860 ?
(a) Preparing to wage war against Government of India.
(b) Preparing to commit dacoity or robbery.
(c) Preparing to commit depredation on the territory of friendly State of the Government of India.
(d) Preparing to commit suicide.

53. For the offence of wrongful confinement there must be circumscribing limits of any kind which may be
(a) large or narrow boundary
(b) visible or tangible area
(c) movable or fixed territory
(d) All of the above

54. ‘A’ kills ‘C’ thinking ‘C’ is ‘B’. Here ‘A’ is guilty of the offence punishable under Indian Penal Code under
(a) Section 301
(b) Section 304 Part I
(c) Section 302
(d) Section 304 Part II

55. “A” sets fire by night to an inhabited house in a large town for the purpose facilitating to commit robbery and thus cause the death of “B”. Here “A” will be punishable for the offence of
(a) Causing death voluntarily
(b) Abetment
(c) Mischief
(d) An attempt to commit robbery

56. Which of the following committees proposed a new chapter in the Indian Penal Code for incorporating White Collar Crimes and Socio-Economic Crimes ?
(a) Malimath Committee
(b) Santhanam Committee
(c) Soli Sorabji Committee
(d) None of the above

57. “To preserve one’s life is generally speaking a duty, but it may be the highest duty to sacrifice it too.” This observation was made in Queen Vs Dudley and Stephen’s case by
(a) Lord Acton
(b) Lord Pollock
(c) Lord Coleridge
(d) Lord Denman

58. Which one of the following is not a mode of abetment under Indian Penal Code, namely ?
(a) Instigation
(b) Aiding
(c) Conspiracy
(d) Attempt

59. Which one of the following factors makes ‘sand’ that is integral part of the earth as a movable property ?
(a) When it is used at it’s place.
(b) When it is excavated but left at its place.
(c) When it is excavated and thus separated from the earth completely.
(d) None of the above.

60. Which of the following is not an offence under Indian Penal Code neither against human body nor property, namely the offence of
(a) cheating
(b) murder
(c) robbery
(d) sedition

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