Friday, December 25, 2015

CSJM University LLB CLAT Entrance Exam Model Question Paper

University : CSJM or Chhatrapati Shahu Ji Maharaj University Kanpur
Course : LLB
Exam Name : CLAT Entrance Exam,
Model Question Paper

1. The Supreme Court of India upheld the decision to implement the quota for other backward glasses (OBCs) in higher educational institutions. The court, however, excluded the "creamy layer" from being a beneficiary. The reason is:
(a) Creamy layer is not an OBC; it is a forward caste
(b) Creamy layer is politically powerful
(c) It can compete with others on equal footing
(d) The inclusion of creamy layer would be unjust.

2. Which Article authorises the Parliament to form new States, and alter areas, boundaries or names of existing States?
(a) Article 2
(b) Article 3
(c) Article 6
(d) Article 8

3. The Speaker can ask a member of the House to stop speaking and let another member speak. This phenomenon is known as
(a) yielding the floor
(b) crossing the floor.
(c) anti-defection
(d) decoram

4. All-India Services come under Article:
(a) 310
(b) 312
(c) 316
(d) 319

5. What is the duration of 'zero hour' in Lok Sabha?
(a) 15 minutes
(b) Half-an-hour
(c) One hour
(d) Not specified.

6. The State which bas the largest number of seats reserved for the Scheduled Tribes in
Lok Sabha is
(a) Bihar.
(b) Gujarat.
(c) Uttar Pradesh.
(d) Madhya Pradesh.

7. Which of the following Constitutional posts is enjoyed for a fixed term?
(a) President
(b) Chief Justice
(c) Prime Minister
(d) Governor

8. Which of the following exercises, the most profound influence, in framing the Indian
(a) British Constitution
(b) US Constitution
(c) Irish Constitution
(d) The Government of India Act, 1935.

9. From which Constitution was the Concept of a Five Year Plan borrowed into the
Indian Constitution?
a) USA
c) UK
d) Ireland

10. The words 'secular' and 'socialist' were added to the Indian Constitution in 1975
by amending the
a) Preamble
b) Directive Principles
c) Fundamental Rights
d) All of the above

1. The term contract is defined as “an agreement enforceable by law” in section _________of Indian Contract Act.
a. 2(e)
b. 2(h)
c. 2(d)
d. 2(g)
2. According to section 2(e) every promise and every set of promises forming the consideration for each other is __________
a. Contract
b. Agreement
c. Offer
d. Acceptance Ans.b.

3. A proposal when accepted becomes
a. Offer
b. Contract
c. Promise
d. Agreement

4. A promise not supported by consideration is called
a. Nudum pactum
b. Acceptance
c. Agreement
d. Proposal

5. A minor’s agreement is void. This proposition is made in
a. Nihal Chand Vs. Jan Khan
b. Sreekrishnan Vs. Kurukshethra University
c. Mohari Beevi Vs. Dharmodas Khosh
d. Nanjappa Vs. Muthuswamy

6. An agreement which is enforceable by law at the option of one or more of the parties, but not at the option of the other or others is
a. Void agreement
b. Voidable contract
c. Valid contract
d. Nudum pactum

7. When the consent of a party to a contract has been obtained by undue influence, fraud or misrepresentation the contract is
a. Legal
b. Voidable
c. Void
d. Enforceable

8. The term ‘proposal or offer’ has been defined in section
a. Section 2(a)
b. Section 2(b)
c. Section 2(c)
d. Section 2(d)

9. A bid at an auction sale is
a. An implied offer to buy
b. An express offer to buy
c. An invitation to offer to buy
d. An invitation to come to bid Ans.a.

10. Who said “every agreement and promise enforceable at law is a contract”?
a. Austin
b. Bentham
c. Pollock
d. Salmond

1. When two or more persons agree to do an illegal act or do an act by illegal means such an act amounts to
a. Criminal conspiracy
b. Criminal indictment
c. Abetment
d. Constructive liability

2. In kidnapping, the consent of minor is
a. Partly material
b. Wholly material
c. Party immaterial
d. Wholly immaterial

3. P committing a murder removed some ornaments from the dead body. Though
the accused P was guilty of an offence of murder. The removal of ornaments
amounts to
a. Theft
b. Mischief
c. Misappropriation
d. Robbery

4. Kidnapping from lawful guardianship under section 361 of IPC can be
a. Of a person of unsound mind
b. Of a person under 18 years of age if female
c. Of a person under 16 years of age if male
d. All the above

5. Right of private defence of property against robbery continues
a. As long as the offender continues in the commission of criminal trespass
or mischief
b. As long as the fear of instant death or of instant hurt or of instant personal
restraint continues
c. As long as the offender causes or attempts to cause to any person death or
hurt or wrongful restraint
d. Both b. and c.

6. Assault or criminal force used in attempting to commit theft of property is punishable under section ____ of IPC
a. 356
b. 378
c. 379
d. 384

7. Whoever, either prior to or at the time of the commission of an act does anything in order to facilitate the commission of that act, and there by facilitates the commission there of, is said to _____
a. Conspire the doing of that act
b. Aid the doing of that act
c. Abet the doing of that act
d. Instigate the doing of that act

8. X knows Y to be behind a bush. Z does not know it. X intending to cause or knowing it to be likely to cause Y’s death, induces Z to fire at the bush. Z fires and kills Y. Here Z may be guilty of no offence, but ____
a. X has not committed any offence
b. X has committed the offence of culpable homicide
c. Z has committed offence of murder
d. Has committed the offence of abetment

9. In which among the following cases, the Supreme Court held that “brutality is inbuilt in every murder but in case of every murder death sentence is not imposed”?
a. Regu Mahesh Vs. Rajendra Pratap (2004) 1 SCC 46
b. Union of India Vs. Madhusudan Prasad (2004) 1 SCC 43
c. State of Uttar Pradesh Vs. Lalit Tandon (2004) 1 SCC 1
d. Prem Sagar Vs. Dharambir (2004) 1 SCC 113

10. Whoever induces or attempts to induce a candidate or voter to believe that he or any person who he is interested will become or will be rendered an object of Divine displeasure or spiritual censure commits the offence of
a. Affray
b. Illegal gratification
c. Bribery
d. Undue influence

1. Statues are “sources of law------- not parts of the law itself”. This statement is made by
(a) Savigny
(b) Austin
(c ) Gray
(d) Pound.

2. According to Salmond, legal sources of law
1. are recognized as such by the law itself
II. lack formal recognition by the law
III. operate mediately
IV. are the only gates through which new principles can find entrance into the law of the above statements.
(a) I and III are correct
(b) I and IV are correct
(c) I, III and IV are correct
(d) only I is correct

3 “Custom as a source of law comprises legal rules which have neither been promulgated by legislation nor formulated by professionally trained judges, but arises from popular opinion and is sanctioned by long usage”.
Who amongst the following defined custom as above?
(a) Prof. Carter
(b) Austin
© Henry Maine
(d) Vinogradoff.

4. Blackstone says that the legislation of the ----- Parliament is Supreme according to English law for “what the Parliament doth, no authority upon earth can undo”.
Choose the suitable word from the following to fil up the gap, in the above sentence:
(a) State
(b) Central
© Colonial
(d) Imperial

5 Delegation of legislative power to the representative body/authority “for the purposes of the Act” is
(a) known as constitutional legislation
(b) known as Henary VIII clause.
(c) valid delegated legislation
(d) invalid delegated legislation.
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