National Law Of University B.A.LL.B.(Hons.) Question Paper 2022
Name of the Organisation : National Law Of University Delhi
Name of the Exam : B.A.LL.B.(Hons.)
Document Type : Question Paper
Year : 2022
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National Law Of University B.A.LL.B.(Hons.)
Conduct of All India Law Entrance Test. All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) for admission to the B.A.LL.B. (Hons)/LL.M. and Ph.D. Programmes at the National Law University, Delhi.
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B.A.LL.B.(Hons.) Question Paper
I. Read the excerpt from a ruling of the Court (Civil Action: American Library Association v. U.S.A.) and answer the following questions by choosing the most appropriate answer.
Under strict scrutiny, a public library’s use of filtering software is permissible only if it is narrowly tailored to further a compelling government interest and no less restrictive alternative would serve that interest. We acknowledge that use of filtering software furthers public libraries’ legitimate interests in preventing patrons from accessing visual depictions of obscenity, or in the case of minors, material harmful to minors. Moreover, use of filters also helps to prevent patrons from being unwillingly exposed to patently offensive, content on the Internet.
1. Select which of the following assumptions is the ruling of the Court is based on.
a) Filtering software is the preferred alternative by the patrons of public libraries.
b) Filtering software is the most restrictive of all the alternatives used in public libraries.
c) Filtering software is the only tool that can be scrutinised by the public libraries.
d) Filtering software safeguards the interests of the patrons of public libraries.
2. What, according to the passage, is the primary purpose of filtering software within a public library ?
a) Permit the use of classified materials.
b) Check the use of all visual content of a library.
c) Record the number of searches made by patrons.
d) Prevent the access to inappropriate content.
3. Which of the following words is an antonym to the word “compelling” used in the text ?
II. Read the following news post and answer the questions by choosing the most appropriate answer.
INDIA’S MARINE EXPORTS REACH ALL TIME HIGH OF $ 7,740 MILLION Vijayawada: Exports of marine products from India have reached an all-time high of US $ 7,740 million in 2021-22 against the targeted US $ 7,809 million fixed by the centre.
Marine Products Exports Development Authority joint director A. Jeyabal in a statement here on Friday said India’s exports of marine products grew 30 percent compared to 2020-21 in value terms. The compound annual growth rate of seafood exports during the past decade has been 8.23 percent, he pointed out. Jeyabal explained that India exported marine products to 121 countries during 2021-22, the US being the top destination with exports worth US $ 3,315 million in 2021-22 against the target of $ 3,021 million.
China and Japan stood at number two and three positions respectively. All three top destinations of Indian marine exports constitute 63 percent of India’s exports in value terms.
4. The phrase “an all-time high” indicates that India’s marine
a) export rate has never been so high.
b) exports have grown less expensive.
c) export rate increases with each month.
d) exports have reached their highest limit.
5. Substitute the underlined phrase with the option closest in meaning. “The compound annual growth rate of seafood exports during the past decade has been 8.23 percent, he pointed out.”
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