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Time: 2 Hours Total Marks: 450

Directions : (Question No. 1-12) Read the passages given below and select the best option from the four alternatives given below,

King Solomon was celebrated for his wisdom. The Queen of Sheba once paid a visit to his court. She was very much impressed by his wealth and grandeur. She had also heard of his uncanny ability to solve the moat difficult puzzles which she meant to test. She showed Solomon two garlands of flowers, one in the right-hand and the other in the left and asked which one was real, The courtiers were puzzled, Both the garlands looked the same. Solomon could not say a word. The Queen felt triumphant Solomon soon ordered that the windows be opened, A number of bees Dew into the hall from the garden and settled on the garland in the right-hand. “The flowers in the right-hand are real”, said Solomon. The Queen was greatly impressed with his wisdom.

1. The Queen intended to test Solomon’s
(1) Logic and speed
(2) Spontaneity and acumen
(3) Intelligence and skill
(4) Calculating and thinking abilities

2. “Solomon could not say a word.” This indicates that he was
(1) Confused
(2) Thoughtful
(3) Angry
(4) Scared

3. “ The Queen felt triumphant.” This indicates that she wanted to ____ Solomon.
(1) Confuse
(2) Humiliate
(3) Embarrass
(4) Overpower

4. The last sentence indicates that the Queen
(1) Had to accept defeat at the hands of Solomon
(2) Felt that all her efforts to fool Solomon had gone waste
(3) Admitted that Solomon was indeed wise
(4) Was jealous of Solomon for being so wise

5. In the end, the Queen’s apprehensions were
(1) Justified
(2) Confirmed
(3) Proved
(4) Falsified

6. Solomon could have identified the garlands by touching them or smelling them himself. But doing so wouldn’t have proved
(1) His quick wit
(2) His power of observation
(3) His ability to judge righteously
(4) His analytical power

Passage -2
Teaching, more even than most other professions, has been transformed during the last hundred years from a small, highly skilled profession concerned with a minority of the population, to a large and important branch of public service. The profession has a great and honourable tradition, extending from the dawn of history until recent times, but any teacher in the modern world who allows himself to be inspired by the ideals of his predecessors is likely to he made sharply aware that it is not his function to teach what he thinks, but to instil such beliefs and prejudices as are thought useful by his employers.

7. In ancient times, the teaching profession was
(1) Reserved for the upper class
(2) Reserved for a privileged few
(3) Open to all
(4) Limited to a highly skilled minority

8. What has transformed teaching into an important branch of public service is
(1) Teaching skills
(2) Technical developments
(3) Utilitarian philosophy
(4) The demand of the

9. In modern times, a successful teacher is primarily supposed to
(1) Impart knowledge
(2) Impart new and latest skills
(3) Toe the lines preferred by those in authority
(4) Instil values he cherishes the most

10. The modern teacher is not able to follow the ideals of his predecessors because
(1) Of tremendous advancements in professional skills
(2) Of social and financial constraints
(3) The students are not serious about studies
(4) The modern teacher has more interest in politic than in academic activity

11. The author seems to
(1) Be against the current trend in the teaching profession
(2) Approve the recent developments in the mode of teaching
(3) Be traditional in his views
(4) Consider education as a part of public service

12. The author seems to be in favour of
(1) Curriculum based learning
(2) Open minded practical learning
(3) Activity based learning
(4) Learning from ancient scriptures and stories from the past

Directions: (Question No 13-17) Choose the word analogous or nearest in meaning given in the italic word.

13. Dialectic
(1) Constructive
(2) Instructive
(3) Argumentative
(4) Destructive

14. Legitimate
(1) Lawful
(2) Correct
(3) Rightful
(4) Possessive

15. Incredible
(1) Surprising
(2) Interesting
(3) Disgusting
(4) Unbelievable

16. Potpourri
(1) Medley
(2) Dose
(3) Weird
(4) Overabundance

17. Lexicon
(1) Number
(2) Legal document
(3) Dictionary
(4) Captain’s dog

Directions: (Question No. 18-22) Choose the word which is most nearly the opposite in meaning to the word from the given options.

18. Parochial
(1) Dogmatic
(2) Dominant
(3) Cosmopolitan
(4) Niggardly

19. Perennial
(1) Frequent
(2) Regular
(3) Lasting
(4) Rare

20. Erudite
(1) Calm
(2) Scholarly
(3) Ignorant
(4) Filthy

21. Contamination
(1) Purification
(2) Forgetfulness
(3) Prejudice
(4) Exonerate

22. Homogenous
(1) Tactful
(2) Motley
(3) Incisive
(4) Demonstrative

Directions: (Question No. 23-27) Select the word that is spelt correctly

(1) Questionaire
(2) Questionneire
(3) Questionnaire
(4) Questionnair

(1) Acommodation
(2) Accommodation
(3) Accomodation
(4) Acomodation

(1) Kindergarden
(2) Kintergarten
(3) Kindergarten
(4) Kindergarten

(1) Alcohol
(2) Alchohol
(3) Alchohal
(4) Alchohel

(1) Garanter
(2) Garantor
(3) Guaranter
(4) Guarantor

Direction: (Question No. 28-30) Given below in bold are a few foreign language phrases that are commonly used. Choose the correct meaning for each of the phrases

28. The term sine die means
(1) Indefinitely
(2) Inadequate
(3) Signature by a person on death bed
(4) Continuously

29. Modus operandi
(1) Way of doing something
(2) Manner of theft
(3) Way of doing theft
(4) Way of worship

30. Ab initio
(1) From the very beginning
(2) High initiative
(3) Thing done later
(4) Without initiative

31. If in certain code, EDUCATION is written as FEVDBUJPO, then how UNIVERSITY would be written in the same code?

(1) 40
(2) 41
(3) 42
(4) 23

33. In this multiplication question the five letters represent five different digits. What are the actual figures? There is no zero
(1) N=3,F=9,B=7,U=4,T=8
(2) N=3,F=9,B=7,U=8,T=4
(3) N=4,F=3,B=9,U=7,T=8
(4) N=4,F=9,B=3,U=7,T=8

34. Find the missing number in the series
(1) 80
(2) 36
(3) 46
(4) 26

35. On the basis of the four position of a dice given below find the colour of the face opposite “pink”
(1) Indigo
(2) Red
(3) Pink
(4) Blue

36. Find the odd one out
(1) A
(2) B
(3) C
(4) D

37. Which of the given alternative is the mirror image of M I R OR , if the mirror is placed below the letters?

38. A girl was asked how many gifts she received on her birthday celebration. She replied that there were all dolls but six, all chocolates but six, and all books but six. How many gifts has she in all?
(1) 36
(2) 27
(3) 18
(4) 9

39. Which of the following diagrams indicate the relation between men, fathers and parents?

40. In a school 100 students have registered for Badminton singles tournament. Each match eliminates one player. How many matches are to be organized to determine the champion?
(1) 50
(2) 51
(3) 99
(4) 100

41. A sprinter goes off the starting block for 100 m run and at that instant the second hand of a stop match had pointed towards north. He touched the finishing line exactly after 11 seconds. In which directions did the second-hand point when the just crossed the finishing line?
(1) 18° North of East
(2) 24° North of east
(3) 72° North of East
(4) 24° East of North

42. Amongst five sisters, Neha, Jyoti, Asha, Ravi and Rashmi. Neha is order than only three of her sisters. Jyoti is younger to Ravi and Neha. Asha is order than only Rashmi. Who amongst them is the eldest?
(1) Neha
(2) Jyoti
(3) Asha
(4) Ravi

43. The greatest number of 4-digits exactly divisible by 12, 15, 20 and 35 is
(1) 9999
(2) 9660
(3) 9832
(4) 9860

44. The least number which when decreased by 7 is exactly divisible by 12, 16, 18, 21 and 28 is
(1) 1012
(2) 1008
(3) 1015
(4) 1022

45. The side of a square tile is 10cm. how many tiles can be fixed on one side of a wall which is 2.5m and long 2 m high?
(1) 100
(2) 400
(3) 5000
(4) 500

46. In a piggy bank the numbers of 50 paisa coins are five times the number of Re 1 coins. If there are 120 coins, find the amount in the bank.
(1) Rs 50
(2) Rs 20
(3) Rs 70
(4) Rs 80

47. Half of a number is added to 18, then the sum is 46. The number is
(1) 92
(2) 56
(3) 65
(4) 0

48. In the word MATHEMATICS the ratio of number of consonants to the number of vowels is
(1) 4:7
(2) 7:4
(3) 5:6
(4) 6:5

49. The ratio of the heights of X and Y is 4:3. If Y is 1.2 m, then the height of X is
(1) 0.9 m
(2) 1.8 m
(3) 1.6 m
(4) None of these

50. Value of 124 x 4- 3 -118 + 2 is
(1) 552
(2) 496
(3) 553
(4) -553

51. Six friends A,B,C,D,E and F are sitting. A and B are from Lucknow, rest are from Varanasi. D and F are tall but others are short. A,C and D are girls, others are boys. Which is the tall girl from Varanasi?
(1) F
(2) D
(3) E
(4) C

52. How you will divide Rs 2.324 among three children in the ration 1_4^1:1_3^1:7/8?
(1) 836:900:588
(2) 840:896:588
(3) 840:890:594
(4) 820:906:598

53. Find out the wrong number in the series
(1) 7
(2) 33
(3) 47
(4) 62

54. Pointing to man on the stage, Mrs.X said “He is the brother of the daughter of the wife of my husband”. How is the man related to Mrs. X?
(1) Son
(2) Husband
(3) Cousin
(4) Nephew

55. Examine the following statements:
None nut rich can afford to travel by air
Some of these who travel by air become sick
Some of those who become sick require treatment
Which one of the following conclusions can be drawn from the above statements?
(1) All the rich person travel by air
(2) Those who travel by air become sick
(3) All the rich persons become sick
(4) All those who travel by air are rich

56. What is the total number of triangles in the following grid?
(1) 27
(2) 26
(3) 23
(4) 22

57. A residential colony having a population of 4000 requires 150 litres of water per head par day. It has tank measuring 20m x 15m x 6m.The water of this tank will last for
(1) 2 days
(2) 3 days
(3) 4 days
(4) 5 days

58. Three person e X, Y and Z wore T-shirts of black, blue and orange colours (not necessarily that order} and trousers of green, yellow and orange colours (not necessarily in that order), No person wore shirt and pants of the same colour. Further, it is given that
I. X did not wear T-shirt of black colour
II. Y did not wear T-shirt of blue colour
III. Z did not wear T-shirt of orange colour
IV. X did not wear trousers of green colour
V. Y wore trousers of orange colour
What were the colours of the trousers and T-shirt worn by 2 respectively?
(1) Orange and black
(2) Green and blue
(3) Yellow and blue
(4) Yellow and black

59. How many letters of English alphabet (capitals) appear same when looked at a mirror?
(1) 9
(2) 10
(3) 11
(4) 8

60. There is a family of 6 persons A, B, C, D, E and F, These are two married couples in the family. The family members are lawyer, teacher, salesman, engineer, accountant and doctor. D, the salesman is married to the lady teacher. The doctor is married to the lawyer. F, the accountant is the son of B and brother of E, C the lawyer is the daughter-in-law of A, E is the unmarried engineer. A is the grandmother of F How is D related to E?
(1) Brother
(2) Sister
(3) Father
(4) Grandfather

61. Mr. X drives to his office at an average speed of 48 km per hour. The time taken to cover the first 60% of the distance is 10 minutes more than the time taken to cover the remaining distance. How far is his office?
(1) 30 km
(2) 40 km
(3) 45 km
(4) 48 km

62. A wheel that has 6 cogs is meshed with a larger wheel of 14 cogs. When the smaller wheel has made 21 revolutions, the number of revolutions made by the larger wheel will be
(1) 4
(2) 9
(3) 12
(4) 49

63. There are some balls of red, green and yellow colour lying on a table. There are as many red balls as there are yellow balls. There are twice as many yellow balls as there are green ones. The number of red balls
(1) is equal to the sum of yellow and green balls
(2) is double the number of green balls
(3) is equal to yellow balls minus green balls
(4) cannot be ascertained

64. In a class of 45 students, a boy ranked 20th. When two boys joined, his rank was dropped by one. What is his new rank from the ends?
(1) 25th
(2) 26th
(3) 27th
(4) 28th

65. A boy X running at 8 km/hr is chased by his friend Y whose speed is 10 km/hr. If X is 100 m ahead of Y, then the time required for the Y to catch X will be
(1) 2 min
(2) 3 min
(3) 4 min
(4) 6 min

66. A car travels at a certain average speed for a distance of 63 km and then travels a distance of 72 km at an average speed of 6 km/hr more than its original speed. If it takes 3 hours to complete the total journey, what is the original speed of the train in km/hr?
(1) 24
(2) 33
(3) 42
(4) 66

67. Examine the following three figures in which the number follow a specific pattern:
(1) 7
(2) 16
(3) 21
(4) 28

68. The tank-full petrol in Mrs. A’s car lasts for 10 days, if she starts using 25% more every day, how many days will the tank-full petrol last?
(1) 5
(2) 6
(3) 7
(4) 8

69. A sum of Rs 7,000 has to be used to give seven cash prizes to the players of a team for their performance. If each prize is Rs 200 less than its preceding prize* what is the least value of the prize?
(1) Rs 300
(2) Rs 400
(3) Rs 600
(4) Rs 240

70. X can walk a. certain distance and drive hack in 06 hours. He can also walk both ways in 10 hours. How much time will he take to drive both ways?
(1) 02 hours
(2) 02 and half hours
(3) 05 and half hours
(4) Four hours

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Directions : (Question No. 71-83) Given below are Legal Principle followed by a Factual Situation, Apply the principle to it and select the most appropriate answer for questions among the four choices given

71. Legal Principle ; For purpose of exercising right of private defence physical or mental capacity of attacker is no bar.
Factual Situation : Sumit in his madness attempts to kill Shabana. Shabana in order to save herself hits Sumit with iron rod.
(1) Shabana has right to private defence though Sumit is mad
(2) Both Sumit and Shabana are guilty of no offence
(3) Shabana has no right of private defence since Sumit is mad
(4) Shabana is guilty of inflicting grievous injury on Sumit

72. Legal Principle (I) : Any person may use reasonable force in order to protect his property or partition
Legal Principle (II): However, the force employed must be proportionate to the apprehended danger.
Factual situation: Ravi wu walking on a lonely road. Maniyan came with a knife and said to Ravi, “Your life or your purse*. Ravi pulled out his revolver. On seeing St, Maniyan ran, Ravi shot Maniyan on his legs.
(1) Ravi will not be punished as there WAS danger to his property
(2) Ravi will not be punished as the force he Used was proportionate to the apprehended injury
(3) Ravi will be punished as the force employed was disproportionate to the apprehended injury
(4) As Maniyan ran to escape, there was no longer a threat to Ravi’s property. So Ravi will be punished

73. Legal Principle: When any person dishonestly takes any movable property out of the possession of any other person without his consent, he is guilty of theft.
Factual Situation: A cornea to B’s house and takes away a book with the intention to return it.
(1) A commits theft because the book has been taken without B’s consent
(2) A does not commit theft because he intends to return the book
(3) A commits theft because he has taken a book which is movable property
(4) A commits theft because he has moved the book from B’s house

74. A finds a diamond ring lying on B’s table. A picks up the ring with intention of dishonestly keeping it.
(1) A commits theft because he has moved the ring from B’s table without his consent
(2) A does not commit theft because he has still not left B’s house
(3) A does not commit theft because B is careless with his valuables
(4) A commits theft the moment he picks up the ring dishonestly and intended to keep

75. Legal Principle (I) : Mischief is an injury to property with the intention of causing wrongful loss to any person or public,
Legal Principle (II) : The person to whom the loss is wrongfully caused by mischief need not be the owner of the property himself.
Factual Situation: A has leased his house to B for 5 yews. After one year A feels the need for the house and requests B to vacate the house, but B refuses. A in order to get B to vacate the house, causes fire to it, but B with the help of the neighbours quickly extinguishes the fire before it could really damage the property.
(1) A is guilty of mischief
(2) A cannot be guilty of causing mischief
(3) A is not guilty of mischief as there was no damage
(4) A is not guilty of mischief because A is owner of that house

76. Legal Principle: Whoever by words, signs or otherwise brings into haired or contempt or incites disaffection towards the Government established by law in India shall be punished with imprisonment for life.
Factual Situation: In a public meeting, Vikas Singh, the leader of an opposition party thunders. This is a Government of scoundrels, bootleggers and scamsters. They deserve to be unseated. Teach them a lesson in the coming elections by voting them out of power’. The Government is contemplating to prosecute Vikas Singh.
(1) Vikas Singh is guilty of sedition for having made irresponsible and inflammatory statements against the Government
(2) Vikas Singh is not guilty of sedition as he is only exercising his freedom of speech in public
(3) Vikas Singh is guilty of sedition, as his Statement would incite people to violence leading to breakdown of law and order
(4) Vikaa is guilty because he ha» used abusive language

77. Legal Principle : The occupier of a premises owes a duty of care to all his invitees and
Factual Situation: Laloo was running a dairy from his house. People used a part of his farm as a shortcut to get to a nearby railway station. Laloo who did not approve of thin, put up a notice that “Trespassers will be prosecuted”. However, since a number of these people were also his customers, he tolerated them. One day, a person who was using this shortcut was attacked by a bull belonging to the farm. The injured person filed a suit against him.
(1) Laloo is liable for having kept a bull on his farm
(2) Laloo is not able in view of the clear notice against trespassers
(3) Laloo is liable because in fact he allowed, the people to use his premises
(4) Laloo is not liable to the people other than his farmers

78. Legal Principle ; Whoever, intending to insult the modesty of any woman, utters any word, makes any sound or gesture, or exhibits any object, intending that such word or sound shall be heard, and that such gesture or object shall be seen, by such woman, or intrudes upon the privacy of such woman, shall be punished.
Factual Situation: Ms. Praveen works in an Export House in Greater Noida. There are more than 150 employees along with workers in such company. One of the employees Roshan wanted to have some talks with Ms. Praveen. But she scolded him in front of some 50 workers in employee’s canteen. Taking this grudge, Roshan every day during entry at morning patted Ms. Praveen’s hand and shaked her right-hand for few minutes against her will. One day she made up her mind and informed her BOBS. But the Boss due to the work efficiency of Roshan did not take any action. She alternatively informed the Police. Police arrested Roshan. Roshan told the Police to defend himself that he used to shake her hand as it is a manner of wishing a colleague and that his Boss is enough to take action because it is the work place and his Boas is competent to decide matter himself.
(1) Roshan shall be punished because shaking hand with a girl against her will amounts to the sexual harassment at work place and such an act is subject to be prosecuted
(2) Roshan can be punished only by his Boss not by Court of Law and if his Boss forgives then no law is there in India to punish him
(3) Roshan shall not be punished because shaking hand is no offence in India
(4) Roshan shall not be punished because he acts in such manner only during office hours and before many employees not in an abandoned area

79. Legal Principle ; A master shall be responsible for the wrongful acts of his servants in the course of his employment.
Factual Situation : ‘The Syndicate Bank5 was running a small savings scheme under which its authorised agents would go round and collect small savings from several people on daily basis. These agents would get commission on the deposits so collected. Anand was one such agent, collecting deposits from factory workers engaged on daily wages. Though he regularly carried on his business for sometime, slowly he started appropriating deposits for his personal use and one day he just disappeared. One Fatima, who had been handing over her savings to him found that nearly for a month before his disappearance, he was not depositing her savings at all. The Bank, when approached, took the stand that Anand was not its regular and paid employee, and therefore, it was not responsible for his misconduct. She files a suit against the Bank.
(1) The Bank is not liable, since Anand was not its salaried employee
(2) The Bank is liable, since Anand was projected as its employee
(3) The Bank is not liable, since it did not known about misappropriation by Anand
(4) The bank is not liable as Anand was not its regular and paid employee

80. Legal Principle: Law does not take notice of trifles.
Factual Situation: A proposes to his neighbour B that they both should go together for a morning walk. B agrees to the proposal and it is decided that both of them would meet at a particular point at 6 a.m.-every day for a continuous period of seven days, But B couldn’t fulfil his promise. Thereafter A files .a suit against B claiming damages for the agony and mental torture suffered by him.
(1) B is guilty of breach of contract and is liable to pay damages
(2) here is no intention to enter into legal relations
(3) The matter is too small and the Court will refuse to go into it
(4) The matter is serious and Court will accept claim of A

81. Legal Principle: When at the desire of the promisor, the promisee promises to do some act, then such promise is called a consideration of the promise.
Factual Situation: X arranges his birthday party at his home, and his friend Y promise to cook a “Special dish for the guests. On the day of the party, X finds that Y neither came to his party nor did he get the special dish. X sues Y for the breach of contract. Will X succeed in his action?
(1) X will succeed because his friends has failed to keep his promise
(2) X will succeed because his reputation was affected due his irresponsible behaviour
(3) X will not succeed because there is no consideration for his friend’s promise to bring the special dish
(4) Both (1) and (2)

82. Legal Principle: Nuisance means an unlawful interference with a person’s use or enjoyment of land. It includes interference with comfort, health and safety of the other.
Factual Situation : A and B are neighbours in a residential locality of Delhi. They had cordial relations. A suddenly decided to run singing classes, he also used loud music to good effect. B has two school going children who were studying seriously as their examinations were approaching. B pleased with A to tone down the loudspeakers, but the latter refused. B went to the court pleading nuisance Can he succeed?
(1) Yes, because the principle against nuisance demands that the noise level should be such as not to disturb the neighbourhood
(2) Yes, because to run business in a residential locality is illegal
(3) No, because one is entitled to do whatever one wants in one’s house
(4) No, because under Article 19(1) (g) of the Constitution of India every citizen has a right to freedom of trade or profession

83. Private International Law is also known as
(1) Conflict of laws
(2) Common law
(3) International law
(4) Civil law

84. Indian Parliament: is based on the principle of
(1) Bicameralism
(2) Universal adult franchise
(3) Diarchy
(4) Federalism

85. The right of a party to initiate an action and be hear before a court of law is called
(1) Locus standi
(2) Personam
(3) Fundamental right
(4) Private obligation

86. When the employer is held liable for the wrongful act of his employee, the liability is called
(1) Absolute liability
(2) Tortuous liability
(3) Vicarious liability
(4) Strict liability

87. Unlawful entry into another’s property is
(1) Trespass
(2) Assault
(3) Confinement
(4) Restraint

88. Supreme Court of India propounded basic feature doctrine in
(1) Gokalnath Case
(2) Keshavnanda Bharti Case
(3) Menaka Gandhi Case
(4) Gopalan Case

89. During criminal prosecution usually the burden of proof is on
(1) Complainant
(2) Accused
(3) Police
(4) Prosecution

90. Offence which cannot be compromised between the parties is known as
(1) Non- cognizable offence
(2) Cognizable offence
(3) Compoundable offence
(4) Non-compoundable offence

91. A person “dying interstate” means he
(1) Died without a legal heir
(2) Died without making a will
(3) Died without a son
(4) Died without any property

92. ‘Jurisprudence’ may also be termed as
(1) Philosophy of law
(2) Geography of law
(3) History of judges
(4) History of courts

93. An agreement made without consideration is
(1) Valid
(2) Void
(3) Good
(4) Acceptable

94. The Indian penal code was enacted in the year
(1) 1960
(2) 2010
(3) 1760
(4) 1860

95. Indian is a Union of
(1) Countries
(2) States
(3) People
(4) Institutions

96. The Supreme Court of India consists of Chief Justice of India and ___ other judges
(1) 30
(2) 25
(3) 26
(4) 29

97. Concept of judicial review is ____ of the Constitution of India
(1) Temporary feature
(2) Basic feature
(3) Weak feature
(4) Irregular feature

98. Find the odd one out
(1) Mandamus
(2) Certiorari
(3) Qua Warranto
(4) Sind die

99. Right to life and personal liberty is guaranteed to
(1) Every person under the Constitution of India
(2) Every citizen under the Constitution of India
(3) Every adult citizen under the Constitution of India
(4) Every minor citizen under the Constitution of India

100. Who is the final interpreter and guardian of Indian Constitution?
(1) President
(2) Prime Minister
(3) Parliament
(4) Supreme Court

101. The Preamble of Constitution of India is
(1) A part of Constitution
(2) Not a part of constitution
(3) An annex to constitution
(4) A schedule of the constitution

102. Among the following in the Constitution of India is called ‘Magnacarta’?
(1) Directive Principles of State Policy
(2) Preamble
(3) Fundamental Duties
(4) Fundamental Rights

103. No minor can enter into a contract of work. Working in a factory can be possible only by a contract. Which of the following derivations is correct?
(1) A major can work in a factory
(2) A factory can contract with a minor
(3) There cannot be a contract to which minor is a party
(4) None of the above

104. International Law is the law between sovereign States. A sovereign is the Supreme Authority not bound by legal constraints
(1) International Law is not binding
(2) International Law is only a positive morality
(3) International Law is binding
(4) International Law is in the nature of pact between sovereign States

105. Ipso facto means
(1) In place of
(2) By reason of first fact
(3) By the same source
(4) By the way

106. Ex- parte decision means a decision given
(1) After hearing both the parties
(2) Without proper procedure
(3) After observing proper procedure
(4) Without hearing the opponent

107. Which of the following Constitutions is a Unitary Constitution?
(1) USA
(2) Indian
(3) Australian
(4) British

108. Ultra vires means
(1) Within the powers
(2) Outside the powers
(3) Within the fundamental rights
(4) Within the fundamental duties

109. Which of following is not the function of the International Court of Justice?
(1) Advisory opinion at the request of General Assembly
(2) Advisory opinion at the request of Security Council
(3) Interpretation of treaties when considering legal disputes brought before it by nations
(4) Deciding international crimes

110. Which of the following is not an intellectual property?
(1) Patents
(2) Copyrights
(3) Trademarks
(4) Property of an intellectual

111. Fiduciary relationship is relationship based on
(1) Contract
(2) Trust
(3) Blood relationship
(4) Money

112. Which of the following is not a Fundamental Right guaranteed under the Constitution of India?
(1) Right to work
(2) Right to life
(3) Freedom of speech
(4) Right to equality

Directions: (Question No. 113-120) Following twenty questions consists of legal principles and facts. These principles have to be applied to the given facts to arrive at the most reasonable conclusion. Such principles may or may not be true in the real sense, yet you have to conclusively assume them to be true,

113. Principle: When one person signifies to another his willingness to do or to abstain from doing anything with a view to obtaining the assent of that other to such act or abstinence, he is said to make a proposal. The expression of willingness results in a valid proposal only when it is made/addressed to some person (s)
Facts: A makes the following statement in an empty hall, ” I wish to sell my laptop for Rs 10,000″.
Which of the following derivations is correct?
(1) A made a statement that resulted in a promise
(2) A made a statement that resulted in a proposal
(3) A made a statement that did not result in any proposal
(4) A made a statement that resulted in an agreement

114. Principle: Minor’s agreement is void from the very beginning. It can never be validated. It cannot be enforced in the court of law.
Facts : X, a girl of 16 years of age, agrees to buy a mobile phone from Y, who is a girl of 21 years of age.
Which of the following derivations is correct”?
(1) There arises a contract between X and Y to sell/buy the mobile phone in question
(2) There arises an enforceable agreement between X and Y to Sell/buy the mobile phone in question
(3) There does not arise any contract between X and Y to sell/buy the mobile phone in question
(4) There arise voidable contract between X and Y to sell/buy the mobile phone in question

115. Principle : Agreements in restraint of marriage are void.
Facts : X enters into an agreement with Y whereunder he agrees not to marry anybody else other than a person whose name starts with the letter and promises to pay Rs 1,00,000 to Y if he (X] breaks this agreement.
Which of the following derivations is correct?
(1) There is a contract between X and Y
(2) There is an agreement between X and Y which can be enforced by court of law
(3) There is an agreement between X and Y which cannot be enforced by the court of law
(4) There is a voidable contract between X and Y

116. Principle: A person has no legal remedy for an injury caused by an act to which he has consented.
Facts: X, a cricket fan, purchases a ticket to watch an IPL match. During the match, a ball struck for six hits X on his body and injures him. He sues IPL for compensation for the medical expenses.
Which of the following derivations is correct?
(1) X should be compensated as he purchased the ticket to get entertainment and not to get injured
(2) X would be fail in his action, as he voluntarily exposed himself to the risk
(3) IPL would be liable as it did not ensure that the spectators were protected from the risk of such injuries
(4) None of the above

117. Principle: An employer is liable for the negligence of his employee. But an employer is not liable tor negligence of his employee if the victim of such negligence is one of his other employee,
Facts: A and B weree working in a factory as unskilled labourers A was carrying a basket of atones on his head. B was sitting on die ground When A crossed B. all of a sudden a stone fell down from the basket and hit B on his head- B died immediately
(1) The owner of the factory will be liable
(2) A and the owner of the factory shall be jointly liable
(3) The owner of the factory will not be liable
(4) None of the above

118. Principle: Whoever attempts to commit an offence punishable by the Indian Penal Code and in such attempt does any act towards the commission of the offence, shall be punished. Stealing is an offence punishable by the Indian Penal Code,
Facts : A makes an attempt to steal some jewels by breaking open a box, and after so opening the box, finds that there is no jewel in it.
(1) A has committed no offence
(2) A has committed the offence of stealing
(3) a has attempted to commit the offence of stealing
(4) None of the above

119. Principle. Where two or more persons have made a complaint for the grant of compulsory Licence to the Copyright Board, the licence shall be granted to that complainant only who, in the opinion of the Copyright Board, would best serve the interests of the general public.
Facts: Four persons made a complaint for the grant of compulsory licence to the Copyright Board.
(1) Licence shall be granted to only one complainant
(2) Licence may be granted to two complainants
(3) Licence may be granted to three complainants
(4) Licence must be granted to all the four complainants

120. Principle: Only Parliament or State Legislature have, the authority to enact: laws on their own. No law made by the State can take away a person’s Fundamental Right.
Facts: Parliament enacted a law, which according to a group of lawyers is violating the Fundamental Rights of traders. A group of lawyers files a writ petition challenging the constitutional validity of the statute seeking relief to quash the statute and further direct Parliament to enact a new law.
(1) No writ would lie against Parliament, as the Court has no authority to direct Parliament to enact or re-enact a law
(2) The Court can quash existing law if it violates Fundamental Rights and can direct Parliament to make a new law
(3) The Court can quash the existing law if it violates Fundamental Rights but cannot direct Parliament to make a new law
(4) None of the above

Directions: (Question No. 121-150) Select the best option from the four alternatives given below.

121. Narendra Modi took oath as ____ Prime Minister of India on 26th May, 2014
(1) 15th
(2) 14th
(3) 12th
(4) 13th

122. ‘WPI’ is used as an acronym for
(1) World Price Index
(2) Wholesale Price Indicators
(3) Wholesale Price Index
(4) World Price Indicators

123. Company showing apparent concern on environment by fake methods and shortcuts to appear as environment friendly organizations is called
(1) green lighting
(2) moon lighting
(3) green washing
(4) rainbow warrior

124. The largest gland in the human body is
(1) Liver
(2) Pancreas
(3) Thyroid
(4) Endocrine

125. Who among the following proposed the concept of Earth Hour?
(1) Him O’Neil
(2) Theodore Levitt
(3) Baruch Blumbers
(4) Andy Ridley

126. Telegana is India’s
(1) 29th state
(2) 28th state
(3) 30th state
(4) 27th state

127. Election to the Lok Sabha have been held so for
(1) 16 times
(2) 15 times
(3) 14 times
(4) 13 times

128. Name of the scientist who received ‘Bharat Ratna’ along with Sachin Tendulkar in 2014 is
(1) C. V. Raman
(2) M. Viavesvaraya
(3) A. P. J Abdul Kalam
(4) C. N. R. Rao

129. The Principal Bench of Central Administrative Tribunal is at
(1) New Delhi
(2) Kolkata
(3) Mumbai
(4) Chennai

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130. Who is the author of Great Expectations?
(1) Charles Dickens
(2) Oscar Wilde
(3) H.G. Wells
(4) Mark Twain

131. Which country is not a member of SAARC?
(1) India
(2) Pakistan
(3) Myanmar
(4) Bangladesh

132. Which is the currency of Afghanistan?
(1) Rupee
(2) Dirham
(3) Peso
(4) Afghani

133. Malavath Pooma has become the youngest Indian woman to scale Mount Everest at the age of 13 years, She belongs to the State of
(1) Maharashtra
(2) Uttar Pradesh
(3) Sikkim
(4) Bihar

134. The Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award, 2013 was conferred on
(1) Sachin Tendulkar
(2) Virat Kohli
(3) Saina Nehwal
(4) Ranjan Sodhi

135. Ban ki-moon, the present Secretary- General of UNO belongs to
(1) Austria
(2) China
(3) Japan
(4) Republic of Korea

136. Who is the Army Chief of India?
(1) D.S.Suahg
(2) V.K.Singh
(3) Bikram Singh
(4) Deepaka Kapoor

137. Who developed the concept of ‘World Wide Web’?
(1) Tim Berners Lee
(2) Arthur Clarke
(3) AT and T Bell Lab
(4) Microsoft

138. India won ___ in Uber Cup, 2014.
(1) Bronze medal
(2) Silver medal
(3) Gold medal
(4) None of the above

139. Blood groups were discovered by
(1) Altman
(2) Landsteiner
(3) Losch
(4) Ronald Ross

140. An Indian-born, naturalized American engineer who was appointed as CEO of Microsoft; Corporation on 4th February, 2014 is
(1) Satya Nadella
(2) Vikram Pandi
(3) Indra Nooyi
(4) Nandan Nilekani

141. Super Nova is
(1) A comet
(2) An asteroid
(3) An exploding star
(4) A black hole

142. Which of the following rivers does not originate in India?
(1) Beas
(2) Chenab
(3) Ravi
(4) Sutlej

143. Name of the Pakistan Prime Minister who signed the Lahore Declaration in 1999 is
(1) Ayub Khan
(2) Yahya Khan
(3) Z.A. bhtto
(4) Nawaz Sharif

144. Which one of the following began with Dandi March?
(1) Home Rule Movement
(2) Non- Cooperation Movement
(3) Civil Disobedience Movement
(4) Quit India Movement

145. National Consumer Rights day is observed in India on
(1) December 24
(2) September 25
(3) October 25
(4) November 25

146. Which of the following pairs is not correctly matched?
Dam Lake River
(1) Govind Sagar Sutlej
(2) Kollesu Lake Penner
(3) Ukai Reservoir Tapi
(4) WuL&r Lake Jhelum

147. Who has been appointed as the permanent representative of India to United Nationn?
(1) Hardeep Puri
(2) Kamlesh Sharmn
(3) Salil Shetty
(4) Ashok Kumar Mukherjee

148. Rivers that pass through Himachal Pradesh are
(1) only Seas and Chenab
(2) only Beas and Ravi
(3) only Chenab, Ravi and Sutlej
(4) Beas, Chenab, Ravi, Sutlej and Yamuna

149. King Cobra is the only snake that makes its own nest. It makes its nest because
(1) it is a snake-eater and the nest helps attract other snakes
(2) it is a viviparous snake and needs a nest to give birth to its offsprings
(3) it is an oviparous snake and lays its eggs in the neat and guards the nest until they are hatched
(4) it is a large, cold blooded animal and needs a nest to hibernate in the cold area

150. hydrogen fuel cell vehicles produce one of the following as “exhaust”
(1) NH₃
(2) CH₄
(3) H₂O
(4) H₂O₂

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