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Q1. Imputations, assertions prejudicial to national integration have been provided under which of the following section of the Indian Penal Code?

(a) Section 154
(b) Section 153A
(c) Section 153B
(d)None of the above

Explanation:- C

Q2. Which one of the following sections of the Indian Penal Code deals with vicarious liability?

(a) Section 120A
(b) Section 121
(c) Section 154
(d) Section 159

Explanation:- C

  • 154. Owner or occupier of land on which an unlawful assembly is held.

Q3. When two or more persons fight in a public place and commit breach of peace, they commit

(a) Riot
(b) Robbery
(c) Affray
(d) No offence

Explanation:- C

Q4. Which Section of Indian Penal Code defines personation at elections’?

(a) Section 171-A
(b) Section 171-B
(c) Section 171-C
(d) Section 171-D

Explanation:- D

Q5. Which one of the following is an Indian coin according to Section 230 of the IPC?

(a) Cowrie
(b) Lump of unstamped copper which is used as money
(c) Farrukhbad rupee
(d) None of the above

Explanation:- C

Q6. Disclosure of the identity of a victim of rape is punishable under which section of IPC?

(a) Section 228
(b) Section 228A
(c) Section 376A
(d) Section 376B

Explanation:- B

Q7. J’, a priest, beats a boy for curing him from evil spirit. The boy dies ‘J’ is-

(a) Not liable for any offence
(b) Liable for culpable homicide
(c) Entitled to the defence of good faith
(d) Liable for attempt to murder

Explanation:- B

Q8. “A” gave poisoned “halwa” (sweet dish) to “B“ with intention to kill him. “B” ate one spoon and kept it on the side. “C” who was sitting there, picked up and ate it. “C” dies. Here “A” is guilty of:-

(a) Culpable homicide not amounting to murder
(b) Offence of murder of “C“
(c) Here “A” is not guilty of murder as he never intended to kill “C“
(d) Causing grevious hurt

Explanation:- B

Q9. ‘X’ knows that “Y’ is suffering from a disease in his head and also knows that if a blow is given to ‘Y’ on his head it is likely to cause his death, ‘X’ gives a fist blow to ‘Y’ on his head. ‘Y’ died. ‘X’ is:-

(a) guilty of culpable homicide not amounting to murder
(b) guilty of murder
(c) guilty of causing hurt
(d) guilty of no offence

Explanation:- B

Q10. A denied food to his wife B for several days by keeping her confined in a room with an intention to accelerate her death. B ultimately managed to escape. In this case

(a) A is guilty of attempt to murder
(b) A is guilty of wrongful confinement
(c) A is guilty of wrongful restraint
(d) A is guilty of no offence

Explanation:- A

Q11. ‘A’ without any excuse fires a loaded cannon in to a crowd of persons and kills one of them. Although he may not have had a premeditated design to kill any particular individual. ‘A‘ committed offence of ……

(a) Section 299, IPC
(b)Section 300, IPC
(c) Section 304, IPC
(d) Section 304A, IPC

Explanation:- B

Q12. In Rex v. Govinda the points of distinction between the provisions of the following sections of the IPC were explained:-

(a) 34 and 149
(b) 302 and 304
(c) 299 and 300
(d) 403 and 405

Explanation:- C

Q.13 Under which of the following cases, Supreme Court for the first time has reaffirmed the distinction between culpable homicide and murder while adopting the view suggested in Govinda case?

A. Inder singh v State of pepsu
B. State of AP v. RR Punayya
C. K.M Nanavati v. State of Maharashtra
D. Madhavan v. State of Kerala

Explanation:- B

Q14. Which is not the essential ingredient of offence of ‘Dowry Death‘

(a)Cruelty or harassment towards woman by her husband or any relative of her husband in for or in connection or with any demand of dowry
(b) Cruelty must be soon before her death
(c)Ocular testimony regarding injuries by accused person to woman
(d) Death of woman with in seven years of her marriage

Explanation:- C

Q15. The case of Gian Kaur v. State of Punjab is related to

(a) Murder
(b) Culpable homicide
(c) Abetment of suicide
(d) Attempt to commit suicide

Explanation:- D

Q16. “Right to live with human dignity does not include right to terminate natural life”, was held in:-

(a) P. Rathinam v. Union of Indian
(b) Gian Kaur v. State of Punjab
(c) Rajendra Prasad v. State of U.P.
(d) Machhi Singh v. State of Punjab

Explanation:- B

Q17. “A” with intention of causing the death of a child “B” who is below 12 years, exposes him in a desert place. Here “A“ will be liable under which section of the Indian Penal Code, 1860

(a) Section 317
(b) Section 307
(c) Section 304
(d)Section 511

Explanation:- A

Q18. A, attacks B to disfigure his face permanently. A could not do so, but causes B severe bodily pain for ten days. A commits the offence of:

(a) attempt to murder
(b) voluntarily causing hurt
(c) voluntarily causing grievous hurt
(d) simple hurt

Explanation:- B

Q19. ‘A’ intentionally pulls up a woman’s veil without her consent, intending or knowing it to be likely that he may thereby injure, frighten or annoy her. ‘A’ is guilty of:-

(a) Molestation
(b) Force
(c) Criminal force
(d) Assault

Explanation:- C

Q20. “A” incites a dog to spring upon “Z” without “Z”. Here “A” has committed the offence of:-

(a)Criminal force
(b) Assault
(c)Attempt to cause hurt
(d) Defamation

Explanation:- A

Q21. Which one of the following is not an illustration of criminal force?

(a) A spits over B
(b) A removes the veil of a lady B causing annoyance to her
(c) A shakes his fist at B
(d) A pours boiling water in the bucket from which B was bathing

Explanation:- C

Q22. ‘A’ takes some ornaments belonging to ‘B’ out of B’s possession without B’s consent with the intention of keeping it until he obtains money from ‘B’ as a reward for its restoration. ‘A’ is:-

(a) Guilty of criminal misappropriation
(b) Guilty of extortion
(c) Not guilty of theft or extortion
(d) Guilty of theft

Explanation:- D

Q23. ‘A’ handed over his watch to a watch-smith for repairing. In order to not pay the repairing charges ‘A‘ picked up his watch from the shop, when the watch-smith was not looking. In this case

(a)’A’ is guilty of criminal breach of trust.
(b) ‘A’ is guilty of cheating
(c) ‘A’ is guilty of theft
(d)’A’ is not guilty of any offence because the watch, he picked up was his own. However, he should pay the repairing charges to watch-smith.

Explanation:- C

Q24. ‘A’ holds ‘Z’, down, and fraudulently takes ‘s money and jewels from ‘Z’s clothes, without Z’s consent. ‘A’ is guilty of committing:-

(a) Theft
(b) Extortion
(c) Robbery
(d) dacoity

Explanation:- C

Q25. A meets B on National Highway, shows him a pistol and demands B’s purse. B, in consequence, surrenders his purse. Which one of the following offences was committed by A?

(a) Theft
(b) Robbery
(c) Dacoity
(d) None of the above

Explanation:- B

Q26. “X’ obtains property from Z by saying that “your child is in the hands of my gang and will be put to death unless you send us ten lac rupees”. X commits:-

(a)criminal breach of trust
(b) Robbery
(c)Extortion
(d) theft

Explanation:- C

 

 

 

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