DU LLB 2007 Question Paper

Download DU LLB Past Year Papers with Full Solutions

We have compiled the DU LLB Papers (2003 onwards) into one neat, beautifully formatted bundle for you to download, view offline or print. You can download it by clicking below

Download DU LLB Question Papers & Solutions

DU LL.B. 2007 Question Paper

Time: 2 hours Total Marks: 700

1. Napoleon was exiled to an island where he died. The Name of the island is
(a) St. Elba
(b) St. Helena
(c) Fontainebleau
(d) Northumberland

2. Who is the director of Hollywood hits American Beauty and Road to Perdition?
(a) Alan Ball
(b) Sam Mendes
(c) Kevin Spacey
(d) Annette Bening

3. Who heads the recent Commission appointed for Centre-State Relations?
(a) Justice R. C. Lahoti
(b) Justice M. M. Punchhi
(c) Justice B. N. Kirpal
(d) Justice Rangnath Mishra

4. Who is the President of World Bank?
(a) Robert B. Zoellick
(b) Juan Jose Daboub
(c) Paul Wolfowitz
(d) James D. Wolfensohn

5. Abel Prize, 2007 is awarded to
(a) Srinivasa S. R. Varadhan
(b) Amartya Sen
(c) R. Bhaskar Rao
(d) C.N.R. Rao

6. WTO was formed in the Year
(a) 1946
(b) 1977
(c) 1992
(d) 1995

7. ‘No Body’s Perfect’ is written by
(a) Anthony Lane
(b) Robert Kaylor
(c) Chad Lowe
(d) Gail O’Grady

8. Which climate is hotter and humid?
(a) Mediterranean
(b) Tropical
(c) Steppe
(d) Tundra

9. ‘Triton’ is the moon of
(a) Neptune
(b) Jupiter
(c) Saturn
(d) Mars

10. how many attempts are available to a disabled person of general category in the UPSC Exam?
(a) 4
(b) 7
(c) 10
(d) Unlimited

11. Who is the RBI Governor?
(a) Bimal Jalan
(b) Y.V. Reddy
(c) C. Rangarajan
(d) R.N. Malhotra

12. Ravi Shankaran was arrested for
(a) Air Force Leak Case
(b) Naval War Room Leak Case
(c) Army Secrets Case
(d) Defence Purchases Scam

13. Which river is called the sorrow of Bengal?
(a) Ganga
(b) Brahmaputra
(c) Hoogly
(d) Damodar

14. Which warm ocean current flows along the eastern coast of North America?
(a) Gulf Stream
(b) Black Current
(c) Japanese Stream
(d) Ocean Current

15. Which are India’s largest Rock-Cut Shrine made in King Krishna regime?
(a) Kailash Temple, Ellora
(b) Surya Temple. Konark
(c) Jagannath Temple, Puri
(d) Khajuraho Temples, Madhya Pradesh

16. Ghat Prabha Birds Sanctuary is located in
(a) Bharatpur
(b) Belgaum
(c) Nellore
(d) Sawai Madhopur

17. Which planet takes 84 years to revolve around the Sun?
(a) Jupiter
(b) Saturn
(c) Pluto
(d) Uranus

18. Jadugoda place is known for the mines of
(a) Bauxite
(b) Iron
(c) Coal
(d) Uranium

19. Who is the 9″‘ President of India?
(a) V.V. Giri
(b) Jakir Hussain
(c) N.Sanjeeva Reddy
(d) Shankar Dayal Sharma

20. Who is the CM of Arunachal Pradesh ?
(a) Gegong Apang
(b) Dorjee Khandu
(c) Tsering Gyurme
(d) Jokey Angu

21. Whether India has ratified the UN protocol for Disability or not?
(a) Yes
(b) No
(c) Probably Yes
(d) Probably No

22. Which country is called the Pearl of Antilles?
(a) Cuba
(b) Haiti
(c) Italy
(d) Spain

23. The lines of equal ocean salinity on the map are called
(a) isopleth
(b) isoline
(c) isogram
(d) isohalines

24. Which mineral is found in til or sesame oil?
(a) potassium
(b) magnesium
(c) boron
(d) cobalt

25. ‘World Heritage Day’ is celebrated on
(a) 42468
(b) 18 April
(c) 42488
(d) 8 May

26. ‘Althing’ is the parliament of
(a) Iceland
(b) Poland
(c) Scandinavia
(d) Cuba

Who was the first Commander-In-Chief of India?
(a) S.F.J. Maneksha
(b) K.M. Cariappa
(c) General Roy Bucher
(d) Subroto Mukerji

28. Who was the first speaker of Lok Sabha?
(a) G.V, Mavlankar
(b) M. A. Ayyangar
(c) Hukam Singh
(d) G.S. Dillon

29. Who was the First Miss World from India?
(a) Susmita Sen
(b) Chandramukhi Bose
(c) Reita Faria
(d) Devika Rani

30. Who was the first woman Chief Minister of India?
(a) Sucheta Kripalani
(b) Sarojini Naidu
(c) Vijaya Laxmi Pandit
(d) Rajkumari Amrit Kaur

31. ‘Pineal Glands’ are located in
(a) brain
(b) stomach
(c) liver
(d) kidney

32. ‘Gamelan Orchestra’ belongs to which country
(a) Indonesia
(b) Srilanka
(c) Fiji
(d) Vietnam

33. ‘Donald F. Duncan’ is associated with the toy named
(a) Barbie Doll
(b) Yo-Yo
(c) Pogo Sticks
(d) Bungee Balls

Peter Jackson film in the trilogy in ‘The Lords of the Ring’ was a remake of
(a) King Kong
(b) The Return of the King
(c) Crossing the Lines
(d) The Lovely Bones

35. ‘Timbuktu’ is in which country?
(a) Bali
(b) Mali
(c) Hawai
(d) Chili

36. Where is zero degrees latitude and zero degrees longitude?
(a) Ghana
(b) Atlantic Ocean
(c) Sahara desert
(d) Antarctica

37. ‘Vinson Massif Mountains are located in which continent
(a) Asia
(b) Africa
(c) Antarctica
(d) Europe

38. Rabat is the capital of
(a) Morocco
(b) Hawai
(c) Turkey
(d) Greece

39. NATO was established in the year
(a) 1945
(b) 1949
(c) 1955
(d) 1965

40. Dr. John S. Pemberton, the pharmacist who concocted the original and still secret formula for his Coca-Cola syrup was born in
(a) Georgia
(b) Atlanta
(c) Spain
(d) Houston

41. Who was the British PM at the time of First World War?
(a) Lloyd George
(b) Herbert Asquith
(c) Sir Edward Grey
(d) John Persing

42. Who among the following wrote the book ‘The Sound of Music’?
(a) Maria Von Trapp
(b) Hammerstein
(c) Robert Wise
(d) Howard Lindsay

43. Which State has the highest number of women Panchayat leaders?
(a) Bihar
(b) Andhra Pradesh
(c) Karnataka
(d) Rajasthan

44. Matheran Light Railways, one of the hill trains of India has completed its——- years in 2007
(a) 50
(b) 100
(c) 150
(d) 175

45. The‘study of birds’is called as
(a) ornithology
(b) archeology
(c) aviology
(d) ophthalmology

46. ‘Mujhe Ghar Le Chalo’ book is written by
(a) Rangeya Raghav
(b) Taslima Nasrin
(c) Mahasweta Devi
(d) Raamakant Rath

47. ‘Golf’ game was started in which Country?
(a) Britain
(b) Scotland
(c) Sweden
(d) Atlanta

48. Who is the First Indian Women Commander of an AIRBUS 320?
(a) Saudamini Deshmukh
(b) Indrani Singh
(c) Sangeeta Dhingra
(d) Durba Banerji

49. February 2 in USA is called ——-, which is also name of a movie?
(a) Groundhog Day
(b) Wetland Day
(c) Green boat Day
(d) Groundwater Day

50. IMF’s is Headquarters in ———–
(a) Washington DC
(b) New York
(c) Geneva
(d) Vienna

51. How many stars are there in EU Flag?
(a) 5
(b) 15
(c) 25
(d) 50

52. May 17 is celebrated as
(a) USA Constitution Day
(b) World Telecommunications Day
(c) UN Day for the Disabled
(d) International Day for the Elderly People

Matrix Reloaded’ has collected USD 30 million in its first week only second to the movie
(a) Lord of the Rings
(b) Spider Man
(c) Titanic
(d) Jurassic Park

54. A Jewish Synagogue was constructed in 1568 in India in ——–
(a) Calcutta
(b) Madras
(c) Cochin
(d) Bombay

55. ‘Inheritance of Loss’ is written by
(a) Arundhati Roy
(b) Jhumpa Lahiri
(c) Kiran Desai
(d) Vikram Seth

56. 14th SAARC Summit was held at
(a) New Delhi
(b) Katmandu
(c) Colombo
(d) Islamabad

57. ‘World Maritime Day is celebrated on
(a) 27 August
(b) 27 September
(c) 42670
(d) 27 November

58. World Tiger Conservationists Meet has recently taken place in
(a) China
(b) India
(c) Pakistan
(d) Nepal

‘Theory of Evolution’was given by
(a) Darwin
(b) Hohn Holland
(c) Larson
(d) Herbert Spencer

60. Mozart was born in
(a) Italy
(b) Austria
(c) spain
(d) Greece

61. World Highest Waterfall is
(a) Venezuela
(b) Nigeria
(c) Peru
(d) Norwa

62. World Bank’s Headquarter in
(a) Washington DC
(b) New York
(c) Geneva.
(d) London

63. Which of the following is not a member of the United Nations?
(a) Nauru
(b) Kiribati
(c) New Zealand
(d) Switzerland

64. December 10 is celebrated as
(a) World Environment Day
(b) World Technology Day
(c) World Human Rights Day
(d) world Women’s Day

65. Which was the first European power to come to India?
(a) The Dutch
(b) The British
(c) The French
(d) the Portuguese

66. Sam Pitroda is
(a) Chairperson, National Knowledge Commission
(b) CEO of software giant ‘Oracle’
(c) Member of the National Human Rights Commission
(d) Chairman, UN Commission on Trade and Commerce

67. Who of the following is known as father of economics?
(a) David Ricardo
(b) Adam Smith
(c) Karl Marx
(d) Gunnar Myrdal

68. White Paper means
(a) paper used for currency notes
(b) government paper for printing
(c) government statement on a policy matter
(d) paper on which the constitution of a country is written

69. Science of measuring consumer life style is called
(a) Ergonomics
(b) Kinesics
(c) Psychographics
(d) none of the above

70. Who was the Governor-General of India at the time of passing of the Regulating Act?
(a) Lord Cornwallis
(b) Warren Hastings
(c) Lord Clive
(d) William Bentink

Are You Interested in India's Best DU LLB Coaching?

Delhi Law Academy conducts India's best DU LLB Coaching. We have coached thousands of students to success in DU LLB. With some of India's most qualified faculty and the best technology, DLA's Online DU LLB Coaching is the right choice!

71. Epicentre relates to
(a) cyclone
(b) climate change
(c) earthquake
(d) floods

72. Gandhi Peace Prize 2005 was awarded to
(a) Dalai Lama
(b) Desmund Tutu
(c) Nelson Mandela
(d) Mohmad Yunus

73. Which of the following states have common boundary with Bangladesh?
(a) Mizoram
(b) Tripura
(c) West Bengal
(d) all the above

74. Which of the following continents form mirror image of each other?
(a) Africa and South America
(b) Asia and Australia
(c) Europe and Asia
(d) South America and North America

75. In India, the highest percentage of tribal population is that of
(a) Bhils
(b) Santhals
(c) Mundas
(d) Nagas

76. Principle: Contractual liability is completely irrelevant to the existence of liability in torts.
Fact: X purchased a bottle of ginger-beer from a retailer. As she consumed more than 3/4 of the contents of the bottle, she found decomposed remains of a snail in the bottle. After seeing the remains of a snail, she fell sick on the thought of what she consumed. She sued the manufacturer of the beer for negligence, though there is no contractual duty on the part of the manufacturer.
(a) X cannot sure the manufacturer for negligence in the absence of a contract.
(b) X can sue the retailer from whom she purchased the beer.
(c) X cannot sue the retailer.
(d) X can sue the manufacturer as he had a duty to take care to see that bottles did not contain any other substance than the beer.

77. Principle: A man is liable to compensate his neighbour if he uses of his property unreasonably and unnecessarily to cause inconvenience to his neighbours.
Facts: Mr. Z is the owner of a plot measuring 50 feet by 80 feet. He constructed a small house at one corner and was using the rest of the land as a cow shed. He had 20 cows and is involved in selling the milk to the public. The cow dung and other wastes were openly stored in a small 10 feet by 8 feet tank. This constantly paved way for bad smell and breeding of mosquitoes. Mrs. Y, his neighbour constantly complained to Mr. Z but in vain.
(a) Y cannot take any other action against Z
(b) Z can do something to prevent the foul smell.
(c) Y can complain to the police
(d) Y can sue Z for damages based on the inconvenience caused by Z.

78. Principle: The standard to determine whether a person has been guilty of negligence is the standard of care which, in the given(e) circumstances, a reasonable man could have foreseen.
Facts: The Agricultural University constructed 200 houses for its employees in its premises. Two huge bore wells were sunk and motors were installed. They did not cover the pump rooms properly. A child, 6 years old, from one of the quarters was playing near the pump house. On hearing the noise of the pump, she was curious to see the motor. She touched the motor that was not covered properly and three of her fingers were cut.
(a) The parents of the child cannot sue the University on any grounds.
(b) In spite of the child’s act, her parents can successfully sue the University for damages
(c) The University can be made liable only to the extent of the cost of treatment as the child also contributed to the incident
(d) Only the child can sue and not her parents

79. Principle: A person is liable for all the injurious consequence of his careless act.
Facts: Ram, a snake charmer, was exhibiting his talents to a group of people. One of the snakes escaped and bit a child who had to be hospitalised for two days for treatment.
(a) Ram is liable to compensate the child’s family for his careless act.
(b) Ram is not liable to anything as such things keep happening.
(c) Ram is not in a position to compensate as he is poor.
(d) The chi Id should have taken adequate care from protecting herself from the snake.

80. Principle: An act of god is an operation of natural force so unexpected that no human foresight or skill could reasonably be expected to anticipate it. This is a defence to a tort suit.
Facts: The New Friends Association was celebrating its 10th Anniversary and arranged for a concert by a leading musical group. The event was organized in one of the best auditoriums and all the tickets were sold out. On the day of the event, an earthquake destroyed many building including the auditorium. People who had purchased the tickets asked for refund from the New Friends Association as the show could not take place.
(a) The New Friends Association must refund the cost of tickets.
(b) The management of the auditorium must refund the cost of the tickets.
(c) The New Friends Association or anyone else need not refund the cost of tickets as it is an act of God.
(d) The ticket holders can demand the show to be organised at a later point of time.

81. Principle: master is liable for any tort committed by his servant in the course of his employment.
Facts: Martin appointed Gopal as his driver. One day Martin sent the driver to fetch some goods from a nearby shop. On his way, Gopal drove extremely negligently and injured a pedestrian who was trying to cross the road as per the traffic signal.
(a) The pedestrian can sue Gopal but not Martin.
(b) Martin can direct Gopal to pay the compensation.
(c) The pedestrian can sue Gopal as well as Martin.
(d) The pedestrian can only sue Martin who owns the vehicle.

82. Principle: Any person who has received any unjust benefit, he / she must return it to the rightful owner.
Facts: A and B were staying in the same hostel room. B’s father had sent a parcel to him on his birthday containing expensive gifts. This parcel was delivered A as B had gone out for a movie.
(a) A can retain the parcel without informing B.
(b) A can keep some gifts from the parcel and return the rest to B.
(c) A has to return the entire contents of the parcel to B.
(d) A can inform B about the parcel and need not return the parcel to B.

83. Principle: Special damage is the loss of some material advantage, pecuniary or capable of being estimated in money which flows directly and in the ordinary course of things from the act of the person who is responsible.
Facts: Raju has been sending his Tourist cars for repairs, maintenance and service to Lakshmi Service Centre, who promptly attended to all the works during the past five years. However, when Raju sent a new Sumo van for servicing and minor repairs, he indicated to the Manager of Lakshmi Service Centre that the vehicle must be delivered, duly serviced, by 10th August 2007 at 5 PM as three foreign tourists had booked the vehicle for a period of 3 months. The vehicle was not delivered as required, but was delivered only on 12th August 2007. Raju had lost the contract with the foreign tourist and suffered a loss of revenue to the extent of Rs.80, 000.
(a) Raju can sue the Lakshmi Service Centre for damages including special damages to the extent of Rs.80,000/’-
(b) Raju can sue Lakshmi Service only for ordinary damages for two days delay
(c) Raju cannot sue Lakshmi Service Centre for any damages.
(d) Raju can sue the Manager of the Service Centre for damages

84. Principle: A bailment is a delivery of goods on condition, express or implied, that they shall be restored to the bailor (person delivering the goods) as soon as the purpose for which the goods have been bailed is complete.
Facts: Javed, the owner of two cows had to leave the town for a period of 3 months. He handed over these two cows to his friend Rahim that he would take them back on his return after three months. After two months, one of the cows gave birth to a healthy calf. Javed returns after three months and seeks the return of cows from Rahim.
(a) Rahim need not return the cows.
(b) Rahim can return the cows provided Javed pays him some money towards expenses for maintaining them.
(c) Rahim need not return the calf, but should return the two cows.
(d) Rahim has to return the cows and the calf without any demand for money.

85. Principle: A contract entered into by a minor, who is less than 18 years of age, is a void contract and cannot be enforced against the minor in law except for the contract entered by the minors for his necessities.
Facts: A, a minor entered into a contract with a book seller. The book seller supplied the school books and stationary as required by A. After receiving the books and stationary A refuses to pay the book seller on the ground that he is a minor, and as such the contract with the book seller is not enforceable.
(a) Book seller cannot enforce the contract as ‘A’ is a minor
(b) Book seller can enforce the contract even against the minor as the contract was for his necessities.
(c) Book seller can enforce the contract after ‘A’ becomes a major.
(d) Even after A becomes a major, this contract cannot be enforced by the book seller

86. Principle: An agreement is void and unenforceable if considerations and objects are unlawful.
Facts: A enters into an agreement with B for manufacturing of 10 country made pistols and 10 land mines. A promises to pay a sum of Rs.2,00,000/- and advances a sum of Rs.25,000/- to B. On completing the work and handing over the materials as required, A refuses to pay the remaining sum of Rs. 1,75,000/- to B.
(a) B cannot move any court for enforcement of this contract.
(b) B can move the Civil Court for enforcement of contract.
(c) B can move the High court for enforcement of contract.
(d) B can move the Supreme Court directly as his fundament and legal right is violated

87. Principle: Agreement by way of wager is void and no suit lies for recovering anything won by such wager.
Facts: Mr. X and Mrs. Y enter into a contract with Raman who is an expert in betting on horse racing. Both pay sum of Rs.2,000/- to Raman to bet on a particular horse. Raman followed the instructions and he won a sum of Rs.20 lakhs. Decision
(a) Raman has to pay Rs.20 lakhs to Mr. X and Mrs. Y.
(b) Raman can divide Rs.20 lakhs into three parts and share it equally with Mr. X and Mrs. Y.
(c) Raman can keep Rs. 15 lakhs and given 5 lakhs to Mr. X and Mrs. Y.
(d) Raman may not give anything to Mr. X and Mrs. Y.

88. Principle: A contingent contract is a contract to do or not to do something, if some event, collateral to such contract, does or does not happen.
Facts: A agrees to pay B a sum of Rs.l lakh if B marries C within a period of six months. B marries C during the seventh month as the marriage hall was available only during that month. B claims Rs. 1 lakh from A.
(a) B can successfully claim Rs.l lakh from A.
(b) B cannot claim Rs.l lakh from A as B married C.
(c) B can claim Rs.l lakh as well as special damages from A for having married C.
(d) C can successfully claim Rs.l lakh from A for having married B.

89. A marriage between a Hindu and a Muslim can be solemnized under?
(a) Hindu Marriage Act
(b) Special Marriage Act
(c) Mohammedan Law
(d) Any of the above.

90. A ‘will’ is a
(a) Declaration of a person as to succession of his property after his death
(b) Any legal document showing true intention of a party
(c) A statement made on oath
(d) A clause made in the contract of guarantee

91. ‘Innuendo’ means
(a) a defamatory remark
(b) a good looking statement with hidden defamatory meaning
(c) a statement which is prima facie injurious and actionable.
(d) a defamatory statement which is true.

92. ‘Litera Legis’ means
(a) A pending litigation
(b) Letter of legislation
(c) A decided suit
(d) A rule that an act beyond the Constitution is void

93. ‘Lis Pendens’ means
(a) A pending litigation
(b) Letter of legislation
(c) A decided suit
(d) A rule that an act beyond the Constitution is void

94. The great artist’s life was full of vicissitudes
(a) sorrows
(b) misfortunes
(c) changes of fortune
(d) surprises

95. ‘In Esse’ means
(a) in existence
(b) the essence of a law
(c) a decided case
(d) under consideration of the court

96. ‘Half Pigot’means
(a) incomplete justice to child accused
(b) the videotaping of children’s evidence
(c) a theory of law advocating reformatory justice for children convicts
(d) None of the above

97. Which court has held that ‘A married women can reside with her lover’?
(a) Rajasthan High Court
(b) Delhi High Court
(c) Calcutta High Court
(d) Allahabad High Court

98. Who said – There is a higher court than courts of justice and that is the court of conscience. It supercedes all other courts.
(a) Mahatma Gandhi
(b) Dr. B. R. Ambedkar
(c) Justice RN. Bhagwati
(d) Pandit Nehru

An application under the Right to Information Act can be filed in
(a) English
(b) Hindi
(c) Any official language of India
(d) English or Hindi

100. Right to seek information under RTI Act is available to
(a) a citizen
(b) Any person, citizen or non-citizen
(c) A resident in India
(d) a citizen including non -resident Indians and persons of Indian origin

101. In which year the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities was passed by the United Nations?
(a) 1975
(b) 1992
(c) 2006
(d) 2007

102. An F.I.R. can be lodged for
(a) a civil wrong
(b) a criminal wrong
(c) any type of wrong
(d) any wrong or any violation of legal right

103. The Permanent Court of Arbitration is situated in
(a) Hague
(b) New York
(c) Vienna
(d) Geneva

104. World Environment Day’ is celebrated on
(a) 5 June
(b) 5 July
(c) 5 August
(d) 5 September

105. ‘The Gram Nyayalaya Bill’ provides for a mobile court or village court in
(a) every village
(b) every panchayat
(c) every block
(d) every tehsil

106. What is full form of P.I.L.?
(a) Publicity Interest Litigation
(b) Public Interest Legislation
(c) Public Interest Law
(d) Public Interest Litigation

107. Which among the following is not a court?
(a) Village Nyayalaya
(b) Family Court
(c) Small Causes Court
(d) Consumer Court

108. Who is said to be the father of International Law?
(a) Grotious
(b) Oppenheim
(c) Adam Smith
(d) Salmond

109. What number of judges constitutes a Constitutional Bench?
(a) 3
(b) 5
(c) 6
(d) 12

110. An ‘Act of Parliament’ is called as
(a) Statute
(b) State Act
(c) Legislation
(d) Central Act

111. A patent is granted for
(a) discovery
(b) invention
(c) research
(d) copyright

112. National Human Rights Commission is constituted under
(a) the Protection of Human Rights Act, 1993
(b) the National Human Rights Commission Act, 1992
(c) the Constitution of India
(d) the Human Rights Commission Establishment Act, 1992

113. A toll tax is
(a) a tax on travel via a road or bridge
(b) a tax on entry to a municipal area
(c) a tax on use of the market
(d) a tax on vehicles

114. Can an American Citizen be a party to the International Court of Justice (ICJ)?
(a) Yes
(b) No
(c) Yes, because America is a member of Security Council of United Nations.
(d) No, because only states can be a party to ICJ.

115. Who can tile a Petition in the Supreme Court of India?
(a) Any Indian Citizen
(b) Any Person, whether natural or legal
(c) Any person resident in India
(d) Any person above the age of 18

116. Indian Settlement Commission deals with
(a) Tax matters
(b) Land Disputes
(c) Railway Claim Settlement
(d) Compensation for Motor Accidents

117. RT1 Application is made to
(a) Public Information Officer of the department concerned
(b) Chief Information Commissioner, Delhi
(c) Regional Information Commissioners of the region concerned
(d) District Magistrates

118. Justice B. J. Sethna was in news recently for
(a) His transfer to Assam HC
(b) His resigHis decision in Zahira Sheikh case
(c) nation after being transferred to Sikkim High Court
(d) His decision on Gujrat Riots case

119. The judgment banning roadside cooking on Delhi streets was recently delivered by
(a) Delhi High Court
(b) District and Sessions Court
(c) Supreme Court ,.
(d) Metropolitan Magistrate’s court

120. Who of the following wrote A Theory of Justice?
(a) R. Dworkin
(b) H.L. A. Hart
(c) John Rawls
(d) None of the above

121. Riparian is related to
(a) horses
(b) riverbanks
(c) religious belief
(d) hunting

122. Equestrian – relates to
(a) birds
(b) tourism
(c) horses
(d) water sports

123. Polyglot – is someone who
(a) has more than one spouse
(b) drinks too much
(c) plays more than one sport
(d) speaks many languages

124. Quid pro quo – means
(a) evidence
(b) favourable
(c) revenge
(d) something in return

125. Amnesty – means
(a) denial
(b) reprieve
(c) intimation
(d) assayed

126. Specious – means
(b) questionable
(c) roomy
(d) naive

127. Dexterity – means
(a) disadvantage
(b) exclusion
(c) dimmer
(d) skill

128. Verbose – means
(a) laconic
(b) talkative
(c) verbal
(d) audacious

129. Straggle means
(a) roam
(b) deviate
(c) straighten
(d) transform

Are You Interested in India's Best DU LLB Coaching?

Delhi Law Academy conducts India's best DU LLB Coaching. We have coached thousands of students to success in DU LLB. With some of India's most qualified faculty and the best technology, DLA's Online DU LLB Coaching is the right choice!

A prudent person always avails oneself ——-opportunities provided
(a) with
(b) to
(c) or
(d) of

131. Give an example pertinent ———- this case.
(a) with
(b) for
(c) to
(d) on

132. We get out——- life just what we put info it
(a) with
(b) of
(c) for
(d) to

133. Private capital has a _____ to flow where profits arc high
(a) penchant
(b) proclivity
(c) prejudice
(d) distinction

134. She suffered from the poverty of her apartment———,the walls, the worn chairs and the faded stuffs.
(a) torturous
(b) shabby
(c) humble
(d) enviable

135. Though a teetotaler in publ ic, he had no ——about drinking in private,
(a) compunction
(b) perdition
(c) conviction
(d) injunctions

136. The lion is at—— and has wrought havoc in this area,
(a) open
(b) sea
(c) large
(d) bay

137. Supposing if he fails again, will he be able to hold his head high?
(a) Suppose he fails
(b) Suppose if he fails
(c) Supposing he will fail
(d) No correction

138. They will come if you will invite them
(a) would invite
(b) invite
(c) did invite
(d) No correction

139. I will look you up next time 1 am in Bombay
(a) Look you through
(b) Look you over
(c) Look you around
(d) No correction

140. When you left that job?
(a) did you leave
(b) would you left
(c) you have left
(d) No correction

141. Every man and woman in the village was present at the festival
(a) are
(b) were
(c) have
(d) No improvement

142. Other countries have eradicated this disease ten years ago
(a) eradicated
(b) had eradicated
(c) had eradicated
(d) No correction

During his long discourse, he did not touch that point
(a) touch upon
(b) touch on
(c) touch of
(d) No correction

144. What do you expect me to do——– that?
(a) Of
(b) for
(c) by
(d) with

145. Kindly send me my book as soon as you are ——with it
(a) off
(b) through
(c) cut
(d) up

I do not know how to manage ——-four hundred rupees
(a) with
(b) without
(c) by
(d) for

147. His neigbour accused him playing his ———radio too loudly
(a) from
(b) with
(c) of
(d) against

148. He threw——- her shoulders the modest shawl
(a) above
(b) on
(c) upon
(d) over

149. The poor fellow had little to fall back ——-in his old age
(a) on
(b) upon
(c) during
(d) down

150. I did not take him—–a thief
(a) after
(b) towards
(c) for
(d) out

151. A short and usually amusing story about some real person or event
(a) antidote
(b) anecdote
(c) appendix
(d) allegory

152. The absence of law and order
(a) rebellion
(b) anarchy
(c) mutiny
(d) revolt

153. One who believes that all things and events in life are predetermined is a
(a) fatalist
(b) puritan
(c) egoist
(d) tyrant

154. A place where bees are kept is called
(a) apiary
(b) mole
(c) hive
(d) sanctuary

155. The killing of new-born children
(a) homicide
(b) suicide
(c) infanticide
(d) massacre

156. Doctor who specializes in diseases of children
(a) charlatan
(b) obstetrician
(c) paediatrician
(d) surgeon

157. Person who sees no good in anything and who has no belief in human progress
(a) eccentric
(b) cynic
(c) agnostic
(d) pantheist

158. To take the bull by the horns
(a) to punish a person severely for his arrogance
(b) to grapple courageously with a difficulty that lies in our way
(c) to handle it by fierce attack
(d) to bypass the legal process and take action according to one’s own whims

159. To take with a grain of salt
(a) to take with some reservation
(b) to take with total disbelief
(c) to take wholeheartedly
(d) to take seriously

160. The boy turned a deaf ear to the pleadings of all his well-wishers
(a) listened carefully
(b) was deadly opposed
(c) posed indifference
(d) did not pay any attention

161. He has made his mark in politics
(a) attained notoriety
(b) ruined his wealth
(c) acquired wealth
(d) distinguished himself

162. Rahul fought tooth and nail to save his company
(a) with weapons
(b) as best as he could
(c) using unfair means
(d) with strength and fury

163. Kamal was left high and dry by his friends when he lost all his money
(a) isolated
(b) rejected
(c) wounded
(d) depressed

164. In the organized society of today no individual or nation can plough a lonely furrow
(a) remain unaffected
(b) do without the help of others
(c) survive in isolation
(d) remain non-aligned

165. He always cuts both ends
(a) works for both sides
(b) inflicts injuries on others
(c) argues in support of both sides of the issue
(d) behaves dishonestly

He was a deeply subtle man, 1 know by now. With such natures it is usually a waste of efforts to fence: the only way to speak face-to-face is to be direct. 1 said that I had been waiting for news of the Nobel Prize, and that I was very sorry. He stared at me, and nodded. He didn’t pretend not to mind. He said something to the effect that it would be good to have. Then, quite suddenly, he have a grim chuckle, and launched into an anecdote, possibly apocryphal and certainly slanderous, about another unsuccessful candidate – not English-speaking- who had been ‘bucking for’ the prize for years and years. He had left nothing to chance. He had known all the rights boys (in Frost’s demonology, this probably meant some of the ‘enemies’). He had been told that it was in the bag. The day of the election, he was sitting with a horde of supporters. He had the champagne out on the table. He was waiting for the telephone to ring. There was a long wait. A longer wait. At last the telephone did ring. He hadn’t got it. He was told the name of the winner. It is impossible, he cried.
It is impossible. It is impossible. That was ali he could think of, Frost said, cheering himself up with malice.
After that, he was quite gay. He talked about England. He was sensitive to his audience. So that 1 was left under the impression that he had been a lifelong Anglophie. When 1 read his letters and his remarks about ‘the British’ (a term he wouldn’t have used to me) I wasn’t surprised about some thing, but I was by those. May be, as I have suggested, he had some to think better of us. He was enthusiastic about the common language – that was essential thing. Then he spoke about what he called ‘the locative’ in art. Art which meant anything to him was locative, rooted in a place, in the singularities of a place. We had a bit of an argument. Temperamentally, I said, I was on his side. But locative arts needs knowledge and patience to understand: that was why cosmopolitan art, abstract art, traveled further and faster. One didn’t have to know anything to read, say, Kafka or Hemingway. They had traveled round the world to an extent that Jane Austen or Forster never would. Frost wouldn’t have it. The greatest locative art transcended everything. It was organic, and no other art could be. He still had immense stamina for argument, or rather for his oblique interpretation of ideas. He would have gone on talking long after our hosts returned.

166. The author was very sorry that
(a) The news of the Nobel Prize never reached Frost
(b) Frost rejected the Nobel Prize
(c) Frost did not get the Nobel Prize
(d) None of the above

“He didn’t pretend not to mind”, this means
(a) He did mind
(b) He did not mind
(c) He had mixed feelings
(d) He showed no feeling

. “That was all he could think of, Frost said, cheering up with malice”. Here “he” refers to
(a) Frost
(b) the author
(c) the unsuccessful
(d) none of these

169. The author was left under the impression that Frost had been
(a) a great admirer of English
(b) detested English
(c) an avid reader of English works
(d) collecting English works

“The greatest locative art transcended everything”. We can infer from the passage that
(a) Kafka’s or Hemingway’s was locative art
(b) Jane Austen’s was locative art
(c) Frost’s was locative art
(d) Frost believed that none of these was locative art

171. He has been exonerated his statement
(a) forgiven
(b) suspended
(c) declared innocent
(d) warned

172. The teacher reiterated his statement
(a) contradicted
(b) disputed
(c) repeated
(d) elaborated

173. Only those who are gullible take every advertisement seriously
(a) fallible
(b) enthusiastic
(c) unsuspecting
(d) unrealistic

174. This young man appears to be quite headstrong
(a) thick-headed
(b) obstinate
(c) robes
(d) witty

175. They were given only rudimentary training in the job
(a) special
(b) technical
(c) basic
(d) essential

Download DU LLB Past Year Papers with Full Solutions

We have compiled the DU LLB Papers (2003 onwards) into one neat, beautifully formatted bundle for you to download, view offline or print. You can download it by clicking below

Download DU LLB Question Papers & Solutions