Multiple Choice Questions & Answers on APSC Law Optional | GkSeries

31 Question Hour of the Parliament refers to
1 the lunch hour after the sitting
2 the last hour of the sitting
3 the first hour of the sitting
4 the second hour of the sitting

Answer: the first hour of the sitting
32 The Doctrine of Pith and Substance was applied in
1 K. C. Gajapati Narayan Deo vs. State of Orissa
2 State of Bombay vs. F. N. Balsara
3 K. T. Moopil Nair vs. State of Kerala
4 State of Bihar vs. Karnes war Singh

Answer: State of Bombay vs. F. N. Balsara
33 Who cannot claim safeguards under the Article 311 of the Constitution?
1 Employees of government companies
2 Employees of statutory corporations
3 Members of the defence services
4 All of the above

Answer: All of the above
34 Which of the following Amendment Acts of the Constitution provides for the appointment of one person as Governor of two or more States?
1 2nd Amendment
2 3rd Amendment
3 5th Amendment
4 7th Amendment

Answer: 7th Amendment
35 The Sixth Schedule of the Constitution of India is related to
1 monopolies and restrictive trade practices
2 land reforms
3 administration of tribal areas in North-Eastern States
4 State of Jammu and Kashmir

Answer: administration of tribal areas in North-Eastern States
36 The Tenth Schedule to the Constitution of India has been inserted by the
1 24th Amendment
2 42nd Amendment
3 25th Amendment
4 52nd Amendment

Answer: 52nd Amendment
37 The question as to the scope of the amending power of the Parliament came before the Supreme Court for the first time in
1 Sajjan Singh vs. State of Rajasthan
2 Golak Nath vs. State of Punjab
3 Shankari Prasad vs. Union of India
4 Keshabananda Bharati vs. State of Kerala

Answer: Shankari Prasad vs. Union of India
38 Which one of the following is commonly known as 'Election Case?
1 Maneka Gandhi vs. Union of India
2 Indira Nehru Gandhi vs. Raj Narayan
3 Mangoo Singh vs. Election Tribunal
4 None of the above

Answer: Indira Nehru Gandhi vs. Raj Narayan
39 Which of the following Articles hints Doctrine of Pleasure' in context with services under the Union or States?
1 Article 309
2 Article 310
3 Article 311
4 Article 313

Answer: Article 310
40 'Special majority and ratification of States' will not be required in case of a bill seeking to amend the provision relating to
1 election of the President
2 distribution of the legislative powers
3 representatives of States in Parliament
4 formation of new States

Answer: formation of new States
41 Administrative Law is a branch of
1 International Law
2 Social Law
3 Private Law
4 Public Law

Answer: Public Law
42 "Administrative Law is the law relating to the administration. It determines the organization, powers and duties of administrative authorities." This definition of administrative law was given by
1 Austin
2 Jennings
3 Holland
4 Wade and Philips

Answer: Jennings
43 Which one of the following is not a source of Administrative law?
1 Reports of the committees and commissions
2 Personal laws
3 Delegated legislation
4 Ordinance promulgated by the President

Answer: Personal laws
44 The Committee on Minister's power has pointed that the expression 'delegated legislation' is used in
1 two senses
2 three senses
3 four senses
4 five senses

Answer: two senses
45 In India, the parliamentary control of delegated legislation follows the same pattern as in
1 Australia
3 Canada
4 England

Answer: England

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