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    Question Paper type Objective (MCQs)
    Number of Sections 4
    Maximum Questions 100
    Marking Scheme Correct Answer: + 4
    Incorrect Answer: -1
    Exam duration 2 hours (120 minutes)
    Medium of language English
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    1.

     Given below are a few commonly used foreign language phrases, select the correct answer from the four options given below.

    1. mala fide
    2. Tabula rasa
    3. Carte blanche
    4. De jure
    5. Raison d'etre
    6. Who said that, 'Man is a social animal'?
    7. World Computer Literacy day is celebrated on
    8. Whose teaching inspired the French Revolution?
    9. The famous Akshardham temple is situated in the city of
    10.

    Name the annual fair of Rajasthan that is famous for its camel trading event.

    11. December 10 is observed as
    12. Which is the largest gland in human body?
    13. The book titled 'The Google Story' has been authored by
    14. Which strait separates Europe from Africa?
    15. Taiwan was earlier known as
    16.

    Which is the longest shipping canal in the world?

    17. Le Corbusier, the architect of Chandigarh was a national of
    18. India became a member of UNO in
    19.

    To which country does India export the largest quantity of iron ore?

    20. The longest highway in India runs from
    21. The longest irrigation canal in India is called
    22. Arun can climb a Coconut tree by 1.5 feet by each lift; however he slips 0.5 feet every time he makes the next lift. How many individual lifts he will have to reach the top of the Coconut tree of 18.5 feet?
    23.

    Jorgen’s taxable income for 2010-11 is Rs. 5, 00,000. The tax rates are (i) nil for first 1,50,000, (ii) 10% for 1,50,001-3,00,000, and (iii) 20% for the remaining. His Tax liability is

    24.

    The ratio of two numbers is 4 : 5. But, if each number is increased by 20, the ratio becomes 6 : 7. The sum of such numbers is

    25.

    During the academic session 2009-10, in Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, the number of students studying Arts, Law and Commerce was in the ratio of 5 : 6 : 7. If during the academic session 2010-11 the number of students studying Arts, Law and Commerce increased by 20%, 30% and 40% respectively, what will be new ratio?

    26.

    Seema sold a mobile phone at the cost of Rs. 1,950 at a loss of 25%. At what cost will she have to sell it to get a profit of 30%?

    27.

    A man walks from his house to the Railway Station to catch a train, which is running as per schedule. It he walks at 6 km/hr, he misses the train by 9 minutes. However, if he walks at 7 km/hr, he reaches the station 6 minutes before the departure of train. The distance of his home to the Railway Station is

    28.

    Difference between two numbers is 9 and difference between their squares is 981. Lowest of the two numbers is

    29.

    Ms. Jhulan Goswami scores 102 runs in the 18th innings of her career and thusincreases her average by 5. After the 18lh inning, her average is

    30.

    In a staff room of 25 teachers, 13 drink black coffee, 7 milk coffee, 9 drink both tea and either type of coffee, and everyone drinks either of the beverages. How many teachers drink only tea?

    31. A box contains 90 discs which are numbered from 1 to 90. If one disc is drawn at random from the box, the probability that it bears a perfect square number is
    32. Which of the following commission was appointed by the Central Government on Union-State relations in 1983?
    33. Which of the following taxes are levied by the Union government but collected and appropriated by the states?
    34.

    Which of the following taxes are imposed and collected by the state government?

    35.

    Which of the following tax is levied and collected by the Union government but the proceeds are distributed between the Union and states?

    36.

    Which of the following duty is levied and collected by the Union government?

    37.

    Which of the article deals with the grants in aid by the Union government to the states?

    38. Who can remove the Vice-President from his office?
    39. The ex-officio chairman of the Council of states is
    40.

    In India the Council of state is responsible to

    41. The number of the Anglo Indians nominated to the House of People is
    42. The number of nominated members to the council of states is
    43. The number of elected members to the House of the People
    44.

    Who is the person authorized to conduct the election of the speaker in a newly elected House of the People in India

    45. Who was the chairman of the Constitution Drafting Committee
    46. How many methods are there to amend the Constitution of India
    47. Quo warranto is
    48. Article 352 of the Indian Constitution deal with
    49. Which Right was remarked by Dr B.R. Ambedkar as the “heart and soul of the Constitution
    50.

    The Indian constitution guarantees how many categories of Fundamental Rights

    51. Your new question!
    52.

    Which Constitutional amendment incorporated the Fundamental Duties in the Constitution of India?

    53. Right to property was deleted by which amendment
    54. Who said “the Preamble is the key to the Constitution”
    55. Article 19 of the Constitution of India contains
    56.

    The Chairman of the National Human Rights Commission is appointed by

    57. Which among the following is not a Fundamental Right?
    58.

    Rights given in the Constitution are called Fundamental Right because

    59.

    Article 32 stands suspended during an emergency under Article

    60.  Right to privacy is contained in
    61.

    Directions: The questions in this section are based on a single passage. The questions are to be answered on the basis of what is stated or implied in the passage.

    In 1954, a Bombay economist named A.D. Shroff began a Forum of Free Enterprise, whose ideas on economic development were somewhat at odds with those then influentially articulated by the Planning Commission of the Government of India. Shroff complained against the 'indifference, if not discouragement' with which the state treated entrepreneurs. At the same time as Shroff, but independently of him, a journalist named Philip Spratt was writing a series of essays in favour of free enterprise. Spratt was a Cambridge communist who was sent by the party in 1920s to foment revolution in the sub-continent.

    Detected in the act, he spent many years in an Indian jail. The books he read in the prison, and his marriage to an Indian woman afterwards, inspired a steady move rightwards. By the 1950s.He was editing a pro-American weekly from Bangalore, called Mysindia. There he inveighed against the economic policies of the Government of India. These, he said, treated the entrepreneur 'as a criminal who has dared to use his brains independently of the state to create wealth and give employment'. The state's chief planner, P.C.Mahalanobis, had surrounded himself with Western leftists and Soviet academicians, who reinforced his belief in 'rigid control by the government over all activities'. The result said Spratt, would be 'the smothering of free eenterprise, a famine of consumer goods, and the tying down of millions of workers to soul-deadening techniques.'The voices of men like Spratt and Shroff were drowned in the chorus of popular support for a model of heavy industrialization funded and directed by the governments. The 1950s were certainly not propitious times for free marketers in India. But from time-to-time

    their ideas were revived. After the rupee was devalued in 1966, there were some moves towards freeing the trade regime, and hopes that the licensing system would also be liberalized. However, after Indira Gandhi split the Congress Party in 1969, her government took its 'left turn', nationalizing a fresh range of industries and returning to economic autarky.

    1. Which of the following statements can most reasonably be inferred from theinformation available in the passage
    62.

    Which of the following statements is least likely to be inferred from the passage

    63. Select the statement that best captures the central purpose of this passage
    64. Philip Spratt came to India because he
    65. The author avers that A.D Sheriff’s ideas were somewhat at odds with the views of Planning Commission because
    66. The ideological shift of Philip Spratt to the right was caused by
    67. Select the statement that could be most plausibly inferred from this passage
    68. The author alludes to nationalization of industries in 1969 in order to
    69. "Neither Philip Sprattnor A.D, Shroff.........able to convince Mahalanobis." Select the most appropriate phrase out of the four options for filling the blank space in the aforesaid sentence.
    70. The word 'inveighed' in this passage means
    71.

    Directions: The questions in this section are based on a single passage. The questions are to be answered on the basis of what is stated or implied in the passage.


    In Mann Joseph's debut novel Serious Men, the protagonist, Ayyan Mani, is a scheming Dalit-Buddhist who almost gets away with passing off his partially deaf son, Adi, as a prodigy, a genius who can recite the first 1,000 prime numbers. The garb of satire where almost every character cuts a sorry figure-gives the author the licence to offer one of the most bleak and pessimistic portrayals of urban Dalits Despite his savage portrayal of Dalit (and female) characters—or perhaps because of it-Serious Men has won critical appreciation from a cross-section of readers and critics.At a time when a formidable body of Dalit literature - writing by Dalits about Dalit lives - has created a distinct space for itself, how and why is it that a novel such as Serious Men,with its gleefully skewed portrayal of an angry Dalit man, manages to win such accolades? In American literature—and particularly in the case of African-American authors and characters-these issues of representation have been debated for decades. But in India, the sustained refusal to address issues related to caste in everyday life—and the continued and unquestioned predominance of a Brahminical stranglehold over cultural production-have led us to a place where non-Dalit portrayal of Dalits in literature, cinema and art remains the norm.

    The journey of modern Dalit literature has been a difficult one. But even though it has not necessarily enjoyed the support of numbers, we must engage with what Dalits are writing—not simply for reasons of authenticity, or as a concession to identity politics, but simply because of the aesthetic value of this body of writing, and for the insights it offers into the human condition. In a society that is still largely unwilling to recognise Dalits as equal, rights-bearing human beings, in a society that is inherently indifferent to the everyday violence against Dalits, in a society unwilling to share social and cultural resources equitably with Dalits unless mandated by law (as seen in the anti-reservation discourse), Dalit literature has the potential to humanise non-Dalits and sensitise them to a world into which they have no insight. But before we can understand what Dalit literature is seeking to accomplish, we need first to come to terms with the stranglehold of non-Dalit representations of Dalits. Rohinton Mistry's A Fine Balance, published 15 years ago, chronicles the travails of two Dalit characters-uncles Ishvar and nephew Om Prakash—that migrate to Bombay and yet cannot escape brutality. While the present of the novel is set at the time of the Emergency, Ishvar's father Dukhi belongs to the era of the anti-colonial nationalist movement. During one of Dukhi's visits to the town, he chances upon a meeting of the Indian National Congress, where speakers spread the "Mahatma's message regarding the freedom struggle, the struggle for justice," and wiping out "the disease of untouchability; ravaging us for centuries, denying dignity to our fellow human beings.”Neither in the 1940s, .where the novel's past is set, nor in the Emergency period of the 1970s-when the minds and bodies Ishvar and Omprakash, are savaged by the state-do we find any mention of a figure like B.R. Ambedkar or of Dalit movements. In his 'nationalist' understanding of modem Indian history, Mistry seems to have not veered too far from the road charted by predecessors like Mulk Raj Anand and Premchand.Sixty

    years after Premchand, Mistry's literary imagination seems stuck in the empathy-realism mode, trapping Dalits in abjection. Mistry happily continues the broad stereotype of the Dalit as a passive sufferer, without consciousness of caste politics.

    Which of the following is the closest description of the central argument of this passage?

    72. According to this passage, Premchand and Mulk Raj Anand
    73. The writer refers to the 'anti-reservation discourse' in order to argue that
    74.

    Which of the following statements is least likely to be inferred from this passage?

    75.

    According to the information available in the passage, the writer attributes the prevalence of representation of Dalits by non-Dalits in literature, art and media to

    76.

    Which of the following is not among the reasons suggested by the writer for engaging with Dalit writing?

    77. Which of the following statement cannot be inferred from the passage?
    78.

    The writer of this passage is critical of Rohinton Mistry's A Fine Balance for the reason that

    79.

    Which of the following words would be the best substitute for the word

    "formidable' in this passage?

    80.

     "It is not as if Dalit movements........not active during the periods that form A Fine Balance's backdrop." Select the most appropriate choice, to fill in the blank in the above sentence.

    81.

    Rules A: The State shall not discriminate, either directly or indirectly, on the grounds of sex, race, religion, caste, creed, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, pregnancy, place of birth, gender orientation or any other status.

    Rule B: Direct discrimination occurs when for a reason related to one or more prohibit grounds a person or group of persons is treatedless favorably than another person or another group of persons in a comparable situation,

    Rule C: Indirect discrimination occurs w a provision, criterion or practice which are on the face of it would have the effect putting persons having a status of characteristic associated with one or more prohibited grounds at a particular disadvantage compared with other persons.

    Rule D: Discrimination shall be justified when such discrimination is absolutely

    necessary in order to promote the well-being disadvantaged groups, such as women, d.ili religious minorities, sexual minorities or disabled persons.

    Facts: On 2nd October, 2010, the Governor of the State of Bihar ordered the release of all women prisoners who were serving sentence of less than one year imprisonment to mark the occasion of Mahatma Gandhi's birthday.

    Which of the following is correct with respect to the Governor's order?

    82.  Is the governors’ order justified under Rule D?
    83. Assume that the Governor also made a second order requiring the release of all persons under the age of 25 and over the age of 65 who were serving a sentence of less than one year's imprisonment. Under the rules, this order is
    84.

    Assume further that the government nude a third order, releasing all graduate prisoners who are serving a sentence of less than one year's imprisonment. Which of the following statistics would haveto be true for this order to be indirectly discriminatory?

    85.

    Rule E: 'A discriminatory act shall be justified if its effect is to promote the wellbeing of disadvantaged groups, such as women, dalits, religious minorities, sexual minorities or disabled persons.

    Q. Would the first Order of release of all women prisoners be justified under

    Rule E?

    86.

    Rules:

    1. A minor is a person who is below the age of eighteen. However, where a guardian administers the minor's property the age of majority is twenty-one.
    2. A minor is not permitted by law to enter into a contract. Hence, where a minor enters into a contract with a major person, the contract is not enforceable. This effectively means that neither the minor nor the other party can make any claim on the basis of the contract.
    3. In a contract with a minor, if the other party hands over any money or confers any other benefit on the minor, the same shall not be recoverable from the minor unless the other party was deceived by the minor to hand over money or any other benefit.

             4.  The other party will have to show that the minor misrepresented her age, he was

    ignorant about the age of the minor and that he handed over the benefit on the basis

    of such representation.

    Facts: Ajay convinces Bandita; a girl aged 18 that she should sell her land to him.

    Bandita's mother Chaaru is her guardian. Nonetheless Bandita, without the permission of Chaaru, sells the land to Ajay for a total sum of rupees fifty lakh, paid in full and final settlement of the price. Chaaru challenges this transaction claiming that Bandita is a minor and hence the possession of the land shall not be given to Ajay. Thus Ajay is in a difficult situation and has no idea how to recover his money from Bandita.

    Q.Chaaru is justified in challenging the sale transaction because

    87. Ajay can be allowed to recover the money only if he can show that
    88. In order to defend the sale, Bandita will need to show that
    89. Which of the following is correct?
    90. Which of the following is correct?
    91.

    Rules

    1. The act of using threats to force another person to enter into a contract is called

    coercion.
    2.The act of using influence on another and taking undue advantage of that person is called undue influence.

    3.In order to prove coercion, the existence of the use of threat, in any form and manner, is necessary. If coercion is proved, the person who has been so threatened can refuse to abide by the contract.

    4.In order to prove undue-influence, there has to be a pre-existing relationship between the parties to a contract. The relationship has to be of such a nature that one is in a position to influence the other. If it is proven that there has been undue influence, the party who has been so influenced need not enforce the contract or perform his obligations under the contract.

    FACT: Aadil and Baalu best friends. Aadil is the of multi-millionaire business

    person,Chulbul who owns Maakhan Pharmaceuticals.In his son of a bank employee, Dhanraj one day, Aadil is abducted from his office by Baalu Chulbul receives a phone call from Dhanraj telling him that if he does not make Baalu the CEO of Maakhan Pharmaceuticals, Aadil will be killed. Chulbul reluctantly agrees to make Baalu the CEO. Subsequently Chulbul and Baalu sign an employment contract. However as soon as Aadil is released and safely reruns home, Chulbul tells Baalu that he shall not enforce the employment contract. Baalu and Dhanraj are not sure as to what is to be done

    Q.As per the rules and the given facts, who coerces whom?

    92. In the above fact situation
    93. Chulbul is
    94. Baalu will succeed in getting the employment contract enforced if he can show that
    95.

    Rule A: When a State undertakes any measure, the effects of the measure must be the same for all those who are affected by it.

    Facts: Hundred mountaineers embarked on an extremely risky climbing expedition in Leh. Weather conditions worsened five days into the expedition and the mountaineers are trapped under heavy snow. The government received information of this tragedy only two weeks after the unfortunate incident and has only 24-hours in which to send rescue helicopters. Weather stations across the world confirm that this particular region of Leh will experience blizzards of unprecedented intensity for almost two weeks after this 24 hour window rendering any helicopter activity in the region impossible and certain death for anyone left behind. The government has only five rescue helicopters with a maximum capacity of 50 people (excluding pilots and requisite soldiers) and these helicopters can fly only once in 24 hours to such altitudes.

    As the Air Force gets ready to send the helicopters, an emergency hearing is convened in the Supreme Court to challenge this measure as this would leave 50 people to die.

    Q.If you were the judge required to apply Rule A, you would decide that

    96.

    Rule B: When a State undertakes any measure, everyone affected must have an equal chance to benefit from it.

    Q. As the government prepares to send in rescue helicopters, which option would be acceptable only under Rule B and not Rule A?

    97. Choosing 50 survivors exclusively by a lottery would be
    98. If the government decides that it will either save everyone or save none, it would be
    99.

    Rules:

    1. When land is sold, all 'fixtures' on the land are also deemed to havebeen sold.
    2. If a movable thing is attached to the land or any building on the land, then it becomes a 'fixture'.

    Facts: Khaleeda wants to sell a plot of land she owns in baghmara, Meghalaya and the sale value decided for the plot includes the fully-furnished palatial six-bedroom house that she has built on it five years ago. She sells ii to Gurpreet for sixty lakh rupees. After completing the sale, she removes the expensive Iranian carpet which used to cover the entire wooden floor of one of the bedrooms. The room had very little light and khaleeda used this light-coloured radiant carpet to negate some of the darkness in the room. Gurpreet, after moving in, realises this and files a case to recover the carpet from Khaleeda

    Q.As a judge you would decide in favour of

    100.

    Assume that in the above fact scenario, Khaleeda no longer wants the carpet. She

    removes the elaborately carved door to the house after the sale has been concluded and claims that Gurpreet has no claim to the door. The door in question was part of

    Khaleeda's ancestral home in Nagercoil, Tamil Nadu for more than 150 years before she had it fitted as the entrance to her Baghmara house. 193. As a judge you would decide in favour of

    Q.As a judge you would decide in favour of

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