Law: Nature and Classification (AILET Legal-Aptitude): Questions 21 - 23 of 74

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Question number: 21

» Law: Nature and Classification

Appeared in Year: 2012

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PRINCIPLES: All minorities, whether based on religion or language shall have the right to establish and administer educational institution of their choice.

FACTS: Md. Yusuf wants to establish an educational institution to help the poor persons of his community and to educate the children of the community. Yusuf being a very rich man has no problem regarding finance for institution. Therefore, he applies to state government to grant him permission to establish and administer the institution. State government rejects his plea on ground that said institution will create communal tension in the proposed area. Yusuf has following remedies:

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

He should file a civil suit in District Court.

b.

He should file a special leave petition before Supreme Court.

c.

He has no remedy under the law.

d.

He could file a writ petition either before the High Court or the Supreme Court.

Question number: 22

» Law: Nature and Classification

Appeared in Year: 2014

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In India, Uniform Civil Code is applicable in the state of:

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Nagaland

b.

Jammu and Kashmir

c.

Goa

d.

Maharashtra

Question number: 23

» Law: Nature and Classification

Appeared in Year: 2012

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The concept of Secular State is that the State will not make any discrimination on the ground of religion, caste or community against any person professing any particular form of religious faith.

The Secularism is embodied in

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Fundamental Rights

b.

Judicial Interpretation of Fundamental Rights

c.

Preamble of Constitution

d.

Directive Principles of State Policy

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