UGC NET/ JRF June 2005 Question Paper II: Law

UGC had conducted National Eligibility Test (NET) for Junior Research Fellowship and Eligibility for Lectureship in June 2005. Find here the Questions from the General Paper on Teaching & Research Aptitude Segment of this paper

Dec 17, 2012 11:15 IST

The University Grant Commission (UGC) conducts the National Eligibility Test (UGC NET/ JRF) for Junior Research Fellowship and Eligibility for Lectureship twice in the month of June and December. Here you find question papers from the Law for the benefit of the aspirants. The question paper will help in the practice and thereby further the preparation procedure of the students.

1. Mere possibility of abuse or misuse of P 0 T A cannot be a ground to declare it unconstitutional Need of P 0 'J A is a matter of policy of the government and it cannot be examined by the court. 'The supreme court of India so held in

(A) Peoples union for Civil liberties V. Union of India

(B) Narendra Kumar V. Union of India

(C) K.S. Bhoir V. State of Maharashtra

(D) A.K. Sen V. Union of India
 
3. Assertion (A) : There is a division of powers between the centre and the states in a federalism

Reason (R) : A lagislation is not invalid merely because it incidentally encroaches on matters which have been assigned to another legislature.

4. Assertion (A): The supreme Court is a Court of Record

Reason (R): Once a court is made a Court of Record its power to punish for its contempt necessarily follows from that position.

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