AILET (All India Law Entrance Test) Legal-Aptitude: Questions 14 - 16 of 152

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Question number: 14

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Appeared in Year: 2012

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A seat of a M. P. can be declared vacant if he absents himself from the House for a continuous period of

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Choice (4)Response

a.

One year

b.

Six months

c.

Three months

d.

Two months

Question number: 15

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Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes

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a.

nature of these people are the Castes and Tribes notified by the State Government after detailed discussion as to them socio-economic conditions

b.

have been specified by the Presidential Orders issued in consultation with the Governors of the respective States

c.

have been specified in the Constitution by the Constitution makers in the form of a Schedule

d.

have to be specified and notified by the Parliament after detailed discussions about the backward

Question number: 16

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The Constitution of India is the result of considerable imitation and adaptation rather than originality because

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a.

Makers of Indian Constitution drew from Constitution of South Africa, Constitution of Netherlands and Government of India Act of 1919

b.

Makers of Indian Constitution drew much from the American Constitution, Canadian Constitution and British made Government of India Act, 1935

c.

Makers of Indian Constitution drew much from Constitution of Singapore, Constitution of Sri Lanka and Government of India Act of 1919

d.

Makers of Indian Constitution drew much from Swiss Constitution, German Constitution and Government of India Act of 1919

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