The Judiciary - General Knowledge Multiple Choice Questions and Answers | Page-4

31 Which of the following is not the essential qualification for appointment as a Judge of the Supreme Court of India?
A Should be a citizen of India
B Should be at least 35 years of age
C Should be an eminent jurist
D Should have practiced for at least 10 years as an advocate in one or more High Courts

Answer: Option [B]
32 Judicial review in the Indian Constitution is based on:
A Rule of Law
B Due process of Law
C Precedents and Conventions
D Procedure established by Law

Answer: Option [D]
33 The Judges of the Supreme Court retire at the age of:
A 58 years
B 60 years
C 62 years
D 65 years

Answer: Option [D]
34 The first Act permitting legal marriage with a person not belonging to one’s endogamous group is
A Hindu Marriage Validity Act
B Special Marriage Act
C Abolition of Untouchability Act
D Arya Samaj Marriage Validity Act

Answer: Option [A]
35 The State which have a common High Court are
A Gujarat and Orissa
B Maharashtra and Goa
C Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan
D Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh

Answer: Option [B]
36 The Supreme Court is empowered to settle election disputes of President and Vice- President. This is its
A Miscellaneous Jurisdiction
B Advisory Jurisdiction
C Appellate Jurisdiction
D Original Jurisdiction

Answer: Option [D]
37 Which two States have a common High Court?
A Haryana and Punjab
B Kerala and Tamil Nadu
C Gujarat and Maharashtra
D Himachal Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh

Answer: Option [A]
38 A writ issued by the High Court or the Supreme Court to protect the fundamental rights of the citizens is known as
A Certiorari
B Mandamus
C Habeas Corpus
D Quo warranto

Answer: Option [C]
39 Of the following, who held the Offices of Judge of the Supreme Court and the Speaker of the Lok Sabha
A Subba Rao
B K.S. Hegde
C P.N. Bhagwati
D M. Hidayatullah

Answer: Option [B]
40 Implementing laws is the function of
A Cabinet
B Judiciary
C Legislative
D Executive

Answer: Option [D]


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