UGC NET JRF Law Question Paper II December 2004

In December 2004, the National Eligibility Test (NET) for Law was conducted by UGC for Junior Research Fellowship and Eligibility for Lectureship. Candidates who wish to further their preparation can download the Question Paper here

Nov 29, 2012 11:13 IST
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The University Grant Commission (UGC) conducted the National Eligibility Test (UGC NET/ JRF) for Junior Research Fellowship and Eligibility for Lectureship in December 2004 will provide questions from the respective segments for the benefit of the aspirants preparing for UGC NET/ JRF/ SLET recruitment exams. The question paper will help in the practice and thereby further the preparation procedure of the students

1. A resident of a colony writes to the judge of a High Court complaining about the company polluting the environment in the area resulting in health hazards. This

(A) cannot he treated as a writ petition

(B) can be treated on a writ petition

(C) can be partially treated a writ petition

(D) can be treated as a petition only if it was presented by a lawyer.

2. Right to education is declared as fundamental right by the Supreme Court in

(A) Olga Tellis’ case

(B) Mohini Jain's case

(C) Unnikrishnan’s case

(D) in Re Kerala Education Bill

3. Preamble is':

(A) Part of the Constitution

(B) Not a part of the Constitution

(C) Prelogue to the Constitution

(D) None of the above

Click Here to find Law (December 2004) complete question paper

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