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Delhi Law Academy DU LLB Entrance Exam Past Papers 2017 :

Organisation : Delhi Law Academy
Exam : DU LLB
Subject : LLB
Year : 2017
Document Type : Past Papers
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Delhi Law Academy DU LLB Entrance Exam Past Papers

Time : 2 hours
Total Marks : 400

Related : Delhi Law Academy Common Law Admission Test CLAT Question Paper 2016 :

General Knowledge

1. When was Article 21A (right to education) inserted in part of the constitution?
(a) 2000
(b) 2002
(c) 2003
(d) 2005

2. How many members the president can nominate to the Rajya Sabha ?
(a) 10
(b) 12
(c) 14
(d) 16

3. Who decide on the issue whether a Bill is a Money Bill or not?
(a) President of India
(b) Speaker of Lok Sabha
(c) Chairman of Rajya Sabha
(d) Finance Minister

4. What is ‘Carbon Footprint’ ?
(a) A kind of fossil
(b) A measure to know the availability of petroleum product.
(c) Amount of carbon dioxide released into atmosphere
(d) Analysis to know the breathing problems.

5. Who amongst the following was not a Chief Justice of India?
(a) Justice P.N. Bhagwati
(b) Justice R.M. Lodha
(c) Justice Krishna Iyer
(d) Justice J.S. Verma

6. Who was the first leader of opposition on Lok Sabha?
(a) Jagjivan Ram
(b) Ram Suhag Singh
(c) Y.B. Chavan
(d) Sharad Pawar

7. When a convict is temporarily released from the person for a fixed period of time, it is called…..
(a) Parole
(b) Bail
(c) Discharge
(d) Acquittal

8. From the constitution of which country, the procedure for amendment of the constitution has been borrowed by India?
(a) Constitution of France
(b) Constitution of United Stares
(c) Constitution of Germany
(d) Constitution of South Africa

9. How many language are there in the English Schedule of the constitution of India?
(a) 17
(b) 18
(c) 20
(d) 22

10. The Legislative Assembly of each states shall consists of……..
(a) Not more than five hundred fifty and not less than fifty members
(b) Not more than fifty hundred and not less than sixty members
(c) Not more than four hundred and not less than seventy members
(d) Not more than and not less than as many members as decided by parliament.

11. The ‘Collegium system’ is …….
(a) A process to appoint judges in the High Court and the Supreme Court of India.
(b) A process to elect the speaker of the Lok Sabha
(c) A process to elect President and Vice- President of India.
(d) A process to elect Leader of the Opposition party in the Lok Sabha

12. Under the Prevention of children from Sexual Offence Act, 2012, ‘child means …….
(a) Any child who had not completed 18 years of age
(b) A male child who has not completed 16 years of age and female child who has not completed 18 years of age.
(c) Any child who is not under guardianship
(d) Any person who has not attained level of maturity and behaves like a child

13. Which of the following statement is incorrect about Money Bill?
(a) On the question weather a Bill is money Bills or not, the decision of the president is final.
(b) A Bill is not to be deemed a money Bill by reason only that it provides for the imposition, abolition, remission, alternation or regulation of many tax by any local authority or body.

(c) A money Bill shall not be introduced in a Legislative Council
(d) If the Legislative assembly does not accept any of the recommendations of the Legislative Council, the Money Bill shall be deemed have been passed by both houses in the form in which it was passed by Legislative Assembly.

14. Who preside over joint sitting of both houses of parliament?
(a) President
(b) Prime Minister
(c) Chairman of Rajya Sabha
(d) Speaker of Lok Sabha

15. “To provide free local aid to an accused’ is covered under ………….
(a) Directive Principles of state Policy
(b) Fundamental of the rights
(c) Discretion of the state
(d) Moral rights

English & Reading Comprehension

Read the following passage carefully and choose the best answer to each question out of the four alternative given :
Legislation is the prime source of law and consists in the declaration of legal rules by a competent authority. A parliamentary legislature frames new law such a Act of parliament, and arnends or repeals old laws. Legislature delegate law-making power bodies.

Delegated legislation may open to challenge for irregularity of process; and the legislature usually the right to withdraw delegated power if it sees fit. Most legislatures has their power restricted by the nation’s constitution, and montesquieu’s there of the separation of power typically restricts a legislate powers legislation.

1. The doctrine of store decisis is associated with………………
(a) Judicial precedent
(b) Delegated Legislation
(c) Customs
(d) Legislation

2. Who has the supreme power to interpret statutes?
(a) Parliament
(b) Court
(c) Legislature
(d) Executive

3. Judicial precedent is associated mainly with jurisdictions lased on……
(a) Continental low
(b) Canon low
(c) English common low
(d) Civil low

4. To which of the following court, though now non-operational, does equity owe its origin?
(a) Curia Regis
(b) House of Lords
(c) Privy Council
(d) Court of Chancery

5. Who many delegate low-making powers to lower bodies?
(a) Executive
(b) Judiciary
(c) Convention
(d) Legislature

6. A judgement of a court of low cited as an authority is useful for decision later case which has………
(a) A fundamental similarity in the area of dispute
(b) A similar state of fact
(c) The same parties before the court
(d) Its origin in the same place

7. Which two areas of low were amalgamated in the later part of nineteen century?
(a) Equity and Custom
(b) Common low and equity
(c) Common low and civil low
(d) Civil low and equity

8. A practice which has been followed for a very long period of time becomes a source of low as…………
(a) Legislation
(b) Equity
(c) Precedent
(d) Custom

9. Probate is one of the contribution of………………………
(a) Equity
(b) Common low
(c) Customary low
(d) Civil low

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