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fo"k; :- Contract – I izFke o"kZ 2015-16 uksV%& fuEufyf[kr iz’u dsoy vuqeku gS bu ij iw.kZr% fuHkZj ugh jgsaA iz’u 1- ^^lHkh lafonk,a djkj gksrh gS ysfdu lHkh djkj lafonk ugha gksrs gSaA^^ D;k vki blls lger gSa \ fu.khZr oknksa dh lgk;rk ls Li"V dhft;sA
Q.-1 All contracts are agreements but all agreements are not contracts .Do you agree, Explain with the help of decided cases. iz’u 2- izfrQy dh ifjHkk"kk nhft;s rFkk blds viokn Hkh crkb;sA
Q.- 2 Define Consideration and mention exceptions of the Consideration. iz’u 3- izLrko ds fy, Lohd`fr dk ogh egRo gS tks ck:n ls Hkjh xkM+h ds fy, ekfpl dh ,d tyrh gqbZ rhyh dk gS & ,Ulu
Q.- 3 “Acceptance is to an offer what a lighted match is to a train of gunpowder.” – Anson. iz’u 4- Mkd o VsyhQksu }kjk lafonk ds fuekZ.k lEcU/kh fu;eksa dk o.kZu dhft,A
Q.- 4 Explain the rules relating to formation of contract by post and telephone. iz’u 5- O;kikj vojks/kh djkj 'kwU; gksrs gS \ vioknksa lfgr bldk o.kZu dhft;sA
Q.- 5 Agreements in restraint of trade are void. Discuss it with exception. iz’u 6- ckth djkj o lekfJr djkj esa vUrj dhft;s rFkk mudh ifjHkk"kk Hkh nhft;sA Q.- 6 Explain the difference between wagering agreement and contingement agreement and define the both also. iz’u 7- mu vk/kkjksa dk mYys[k dhft;s] ftuds vk/kkj ij ,d djkj o lafonk foQy ;k uSjk’; ¼QzLVªsVsM½ gks tkrh gSA Q.- 7 Explain the grounds on which a agreement and contract becomes frustrated. iz’u 8- ,d djkj esa ekufld lgefr vko’;d gSA foospuk dhft;sA
Q.- 8 An agreement requires a meeting of minds. Comment. iz’u 9- v)Zlafonk ds fl)kUr dh O;k[;k dhft;sA
Q.- 9 Illustrate the principles of frustration of contract. iz’u 10 lafonk ds mUekspu ds vk/kkjksa dk mYys[k dhft;sA Q - 10 Explain the grounds of discharge of contract. iz’u 11 mu vk/kkjksa dk mYys[k dhft, ftuds vk/kkj ij vLFkk;h O;kns’k tkjh fd;k tk ldrk gSA Q - 11 Explain the grounds on which temporarily injunction may be granted. iz'u 12- Hkxoku nkl cuke fxj/kkjh yky AIR 1966 SC 543
Q.-12 Explain the facts, arguements and principles of Law laid down in Bhagwan Das vs Girdhari Lal AIR 1966 Sc 543.
OR
Ykkyeu 'kqDy Vs xkSjhnRr
Lalman Shukl Vs Gauri Dutt Case.

fo"k; :- Contract – II- izFke o"kZ 2015-16 fo"k; :- lafonk fof/k f}rh; ¼2½ uksV%& fuEufyf[kr iz’u dsoy vuqeku gS bu ij iw.kZr% fuHkZj ugh jgsaA iz’u 1- foØ; ls vki D;k le>rs gSa \ foØ; ,oa foØ; ds djkj esa vUrj crkb;sA

What do you understand by sale \ What is the difference between sale and agreement to sale.

iz’u 2- 'krZ o okj.Vh ls vki D;k le>rs gSa \ fdu ifjfLFkfr;ksa esa okj.Vh 'krZ ekuh tk ldrh gS fu.khZr oknksa dh lgk;rk ls O;k[;k dhft,A What do you understand by condition and warranty ? In what circumstances a warranty is treated as condition ? Explain with the help of decided cases.

iz’u 3- fuEu esa ls fdUgha nks ij laf{kIr fVIif.k;ka fyf[k;sA 1 Øsrk lko/kku dk fl)kUr 2- useks MsV dksM gScsV dk fl)kUr ¼dksbZ O;fDr mlls vPNk ugha ns ldrk tSlk fd og Lo;a /kkj.k fd;s gq, gS^^½ 3- O;ins’ku dk fl)kUr 4- tksf[ke izFke n`"V;k lEifRr ds lkFk gLrkUrfjr gksrk gS ^^ vioknksa lfgr fo’ys"k.k djksA

Write short notes on any two of the following ;-

1. Docrine of caveat emptor 2. Docrine of Nemo dat quod habet
3. Docrine of holding out 4. “Risk prima facia passes with property” Discuss with exceptions.

iz’u 4- vlanr fodzsrk dks ifjHkkf"kr djks rFkk blds vf/kdkjksa dks crkb;s \ fdl izdkj bu vf/kdkjksa dks det+ksj vf/kdkjksa dh laKk iznku dh tkuh gSA

Define unpaid seller and explain the rights of an unpaid seller \ In what manner these rights are declared weak \

iz’u 5- QeZ ds iathdj.k dh D;k izfØ;k gS \ viathdj.k ds izHkkoksa dks Hkh Li"V dhft,A

What is the procedure for registration of a firm \ Also explain the effects of non-registration.

iz’u 6- Hkkxhnkjh fdls dgrs gSa \ blds vko’;d rRo cukb;s vkSj Hkkxhnkjh ds vo/kkj.k ds fu;eksa dh O;k[;k fu.khZr oknksa dh lgk;rk ls djks lkFk gh Hkkxhnkjh QeZ dk dEiuh o la;qDr fgUnq ifjokj esa vUrj crkb;s \

What is partnership \ Enumerate its essential ingredients and explain the existence of partnership, refer decided cases and also explain distinguish between partnership firm & company, joint Hindu Family.

iz’u 7- QeZ ds fo?kVu ls vki D;k le>rs gS \ QeZ ds fo?kVu ds dkSu ls fofHkUu rjhds gSA O;k[;k dhft;sA

What is dissolution of a firm? What are the various modes of dissolution of a firm? Explain.

iz’u 8- fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdUgha nks dh O;k[;k dhft,A i D;k fdlh vO;Ld dks lk>snkjh esa 'kkfey fd;k tk ldrk gS \ i Can a minor be admitted to partnership ?

ii Contract of Indemnity - {kfriwfrZ dh lafonk iii Contract of Pledge - fxjoh dh lafonk iv Continuing Guarantee - pyu izR;kHkwrh

iz’u 9- izfrHkwfr lafonk fdls dgrs gS mlds D;k vko’;d rRo gSA izfrHkwfr dh lafonk ds vUrxZr ,d izfrHkw fdl lhek rd nkf;Rok/khu gksrk gSA O;k[;k dhft;sA

what is a contract of guarantee? What are its essential ingredients \ To what extent a surety is liable under the contract of guarantee? Explain.

iz’u 10- vfHkdrkZ fdls dgrs gSa \ vfHkdrkZ dks dkSu fu;ksftr dj ldrk gS \ Hkkjrh; lafonk vf/kfu;e 1872 ds vUrxZr vfHkdrkZ ds ekfyd ds izfr D;k drZO; gSa \ crkb;sA

Who is an agent \ Who may employ an agent \ What are duties of an agent towards the principle under the Indian Contract Act 1872 \

iz’u 11 mifu/kku dh lafonk D;k gSA fu{ksixzfgrk ds vf/kdkjksa vkSj drZO;ksa dk o.kZu dhft,A

What is of bailment? State the rights and duties of bailor and Bailee.

fo"k; :- Torts Paper no.III izFke o"kZ 2015-16 fo"k;& vid`R; fof/k ¼3½ uksV%& fuEufyf[kr iz’u dsoy vuqeku gS bu ij iw.kZr% fuHkZj ugh jgsaA iz’u 1 vid`R; ls vki D;k le>rs gSa \ blds vko’;d rRo D;k gSa \ vid`R; dk vijk/k o lafonk ls vUrj Li"V djksA
What do you understand by the term tort \ Explain its essentials. Distinguish between tard and crime and tort and contract. iz’u 2 izfrfuf/kd nkf;Ro ls vki D;k le>rs gS \ ljdkjh deZpkfj;ksa ds vid`R; ds fy, jkT; dk mRrjnkf;Ro crkb,A
What do you understand by vicarious liability \ How far the state is liable for the torts of its employees \ Discuss. iz’u 3 mis{kk ds vid`R; ds vko’;d rRo D;k gSa \ ;ksxnk;h mis{kk esa vafre volj ds fl)kUr rFkk oSdfYid [krjs ds fl)kUr dh foospuk djksA
What are the essential elements of the tort of negligence \ Discuss the last opportunity and alternative danger rule in contributory. iz’u 4 ekugkfu D;k gS \ blds vko’;d rRoksa dks fu.khZr oknksa dh lgk;rk ls le>kb,A ekugkfu ds okn esa izfroknh dks dkSu&dkSuls izfrokn miyC/k gSa \
What is defanation \ Explain its essential with help of decided case law. What defanation are available to defendant in suit for defamation. iz’u 5 fo}s"kiw.kZ vfHk;kstu rFkk feF;k dkjkokl dks ifjHkkf"kr dhft, rFkk buds chp vUrj Li"V djksA
Define malicious prosecution and false imprisonment and make difference. iz’u 6 fuEu lwfDr;ksa ij laf{kIr fVIi.kh dhft, %& i Injuria Sine Damnum – bUtwfj;k lkbu MSeue ii Damnum Sine Injuria – MSeue lkbu bUtwfj;k iii Pigeon Hole theory – diksr [kkus dk fu;e iv Ubijus ubi Remedium – tgk¡ vf/kdkj ogk¡ mipkj iz’u 7 ^^LosPNk ls mBkbZ x;h {kfr] fof/kd {kfr ugha gS^^ Li"V dhft,A
“Volenti Non-fit injuria is not scienti Non fit injuria” Explain. iz’u 8 ^^U;wlsal fdlh O;fDr ds Hkwfe ;k muds Åij ;k mlesa lEcfU/kr fdlh vf/kdkj ds iz;ksx ;k mi;ksx esa voS/k gLr{ksi gSA^^ O;k[;k dhft,A
Nuisance is unlawful interference with a person’s use or enjoyment of land or of same right over or in connection with it. Comment. iz'u 09 dBksj nkf;Ro dk vid`R; D;k gS \ iw.kZ nkf;Ro ds vid`R; ls fdl izdkj fHkUu gSA fu.khZr oknksa dh lgk;rk ls crkb,A
What is Tort of Strict Liability \ How does it ditter from absolute liability. Reter to decided case. iz'u 10 jk"Vªh; miHkksDrk vk;ksx rFkk ftyk miHkksxrk vk;ksx ds xBu o {ks=kf/kdkj dh foospuk dhft,A
Discuss the composition and Jurisidiction of National Consumer Commission and Distric Consumer Council. iz'u 11- dsUnzh; ,oa jkT; miHkksDrk laj{k.k ifj"kn dh lajpuk ,oa mn~ns’;ksa ij fVIi.kh fy[kksA
Write a short notes on composition and objectives of central and state consumer council.

fo"k; :- Hindu Law Paper no.IV izFke o"kZ 2015-16 fo"k; %& fgUnw fof/k;ka ¼4½ uksV%& fuEufyf[kr iz’u dsoy vuqeku gS bu ij iw.kZr% fuHkZj ugh jgsaA
Q. 1 What are the various school of Hindu Law? Differentiate between Mitakshara and Dayabhaga school. iz’u 1 fgUnq fof/k dh izeq[k 'kk[kkvksa dk o.kZu djrs gq, ferk{kjk o nk;Hkkx 'kk[kkvksa dk vUrj Li"V dhft,A
Q. 2 Discuss the ground for obtaining decree at divorce. On what special ground a Hindu wife claim a decree divorce against the husband under the provisions at the Hindu Marriage Act 1955. iz’u 2 fookg foPNsn dh fMØh izkIr djus ds ekU; vk/kkjksa dh foospuk dhft;sA fdu fo’ks"k vk/kkjksa ij ,d fgUnq iRuh vius ifr ds fo:) fgUnq fookg vf/kfu;e 1955 ds vUrxZr fookg foPNsn dh fMØh izkIr dj ldrh gSA
Q. 3 What are the conditions at a valid Hindu Marriage \ What will the consequences if these conditions are violated. iz’u 3 ,d fof/kekU; fgUnq fookg dh D;k vko’;d 'krsaZ gSa \ bu 'krksaZ ds mYya?ku ds D;k ifj.kke gksaxsA
Q. 4 Who can give child in Adoption \ Who can take child in Adoption and what are the effects of Adoption \ iz’u 4 ,d cPps dks nRrd esa dkSu ns ldrk gS \ nRrd esa cPps dks dkSu ys ldrk gS rFkk nRrd ds D;k izHkko gks ldrs gSa \
Q. 5 Who are the Natural & Testamentary guardian of a Hindu Minor \ What are their rights and duties. iz'u 5 ,d fgUnq vo;Ld ds izkd`frd ,oa olh;rh laj{kd dkSu gSa \ blds vf/kdkj ,oa drZO; D;k gSaA
Q- 6 When can a widowed Hindu daughter-in –law claim maintenance from her father in law and to What extent \ whether father-in-law is personally liable to maintain his widowed daughter-in-law. iz'u 6 ,d fo/kok fgUnq iq=o/kq vius 'olqj ls Hkj.k&iks"k.k dh ek¡x dc vkSj fdl lhek rd dj ldrh gS \ fo/kok iq=o/kq dk Hkj.k&iks"k.k djuk D;k 'olqj dk O;fDrxr nkf;Ro gS \
Q- 7 Who can the heirs at a temal Hindu dying inteslate \ How will the property be distributed among those heirs. iz’u 7 fgUnq L=h ds fuoZlh;r ejus ij mlds dkSu&dkSu mRrjkf/kdkjh gksrs gSa \ mu mRrjkf/kdkfj;ksa esa lEifRr fdl izdkj U;kxr gksxhA
Q. 8 Explain the powers and position of Karta in a joint Hindu family. Whether he can mortgage the undivided intrest at other coparceners in the property \ If so, in what circumstances \ iz’u 8 la;qDr fgUnq ifjokj esa drkZ dh fLFkfr ,oa 'kfDr;ksa dk o.kZu dhft;sA D;k og vU; lgnkf;dksa ds lEifRr esa vfoHkkftr fgr dks cU/kd j[k ldrk gS \ ;fn gk¡ rks fdu ifjfLFkfr;ksa esa \ le>kb;sA
Q. 9 Write brief notes at the followings:-
1. Shebait -'kSok;r
2. Pious obligation -ifo= nkf;Ro
3. Disqualitication at heirs -mRrjkf/kdkfj;ksa dh v;ksX;rk,a
4. provisions at the Hindusuccession (Amendment) Act 2005 -fgUnq mRrjkf/kdkj laj{k.k v0fu0 2005 ds micU/k
5. Divorce by Mutual concent -ikjEifjd lgefr ls fookg foPNsn
6. Various sources of Hindu Law -fgUnq fof/k ds fofHkUu L=ksr
Q. 10 State the facts, arguemtns, dicision and principles of law laid down in the following case?
1- Bipin Chandra V/s Prabhavati AIR (1957) SC 176 fofiu pUnz cuke izHkkorh AIR (1957) SC 176
2- Shastri Yagya Purush Das Ji V/S Muldas AIR 1966 SC 119
'kkL=h ;K iq:"k nkl th cuke ewynkl AIR 1966 SC 119

fo"k; :- Muslim Law Paper No.V izFke o"kZ 2015-16 fo"k; %& eqfLye fof/k ¼5½ uksV%& fuEufyf[kr iz’u dsoy vuqeku gS bu ij iw.kZr% fuHkZj ugh jgsaA
Q. 1 Discuss the various sources of Muslim Law and their significance. iz’u 1 eqfLye fof/k ds fofHkUu L=ksrks dh foospuk dhft;s vkSj muds egRo dks le>kb;sA
Q. 2 “Marriage is a civil contract under Mohammedan Law.” Discuss this statement in light of the essential to valid marriage. What are various kinds of Muslim marriage and which marriges are prohibited. iz’u 2 ^^fookg eqfLye fof/k ds vUrxZr ,d flfoy lafonk gSA^^ bl dFku dh foospuk oS/k fookg ds lkjHkwr rRoksa ds izdk’k esa dhft;sA eqfLye fookgksa ds fofHkUu izdkj D;k gSa \ eqfLye fof/k us fdu fookgksa dks fuf"k) fd;k gSA
Q. 3 What is the nature of dower under Muslim Law \ What are its various kinds \ Discuss the nature of a Muslim Widows right to retain possession of her husband’s property in lieu of her dower. iz’u 3 eqfLye fof/k ds vUrxZr esgj dh izd`fr dh O;k[;k dhft;sA blds fofHkUu izdkj D;k gSa \ vius esgj ds ,ot esa vius ifr dh lEink ij dCt+k cuk;s j[kus gsrq eqfLye fo/kok ds vf/kdkj dh izd`fr dh foospuk dhft;sA
Q.4 Define Talaq (Divorce). Describe its various kinds in muslim law can a muslim wife divorce her husband? If so under what circumstances? iz’u 4 rykd dks ifjHkkf"kr fdft,A eqfLye fof/k esa blds fofHkUu izdkjksa dks le>kb;sA D;k ,d eqfLye iRuh vius ifr ls ookg&foPNsn dj ldrh gS \ ;fn ,slk rks fdu ifjfLFkfr;ksa esaA
Q. 5 When and how can the right of pre -emption be claimed under muslim law? Why has it been treated as a weak right ? If so how. iz’u 5 eqfLye fof/k ds vUrxZr gd’kqQk ds vf/kdkj dh dc vkSj dSls ekax dh tk ldrh gS A bls ,d fucZy vf/kdkj D;ksa ekuk x;k gS \
Q. 6 What is Hiba? State its essential conditions distinguish between Hiba-bil-aiwaz dnd Hiba-ba shartul aiwaz? iz’u 6 fgck D;k gS \ bldh vko;d 'krsZa crkb;s fgck&fcy&,ot vkSj fgck &fc&’krqZy ,ot esa vUrj crkb;sA
Q. 7 Discuss acknowledgement of paternity under muslim law and describe the conditions of legitimacy by acknowledgement. Distinguish acknowledgement with adoption. iz’u 7 eqfLye fof/k ds vUrxZr iSr`drk dh vfHkLohd`fr dh foospuk dhft, vkSj oS/k vfHkLohd`fr dh 'krsaZ crkb,A vfHkLohd``fr ,oa nRrd esa vUrj crkb,A
Q.8 What are the essentials of a vailid Waqf ? Explain and discuss the power of Mutawalli in relation to waqf property. iz’u 8 oDQ ds vko’;d rRo D;k gSa \ oDQ lEifRr ds lEcU/k esa eqroYyh ds vf/kdkj D;k gSa \ budh foospuk dhft,A
Q. 9 State and extent to which a Muslim can create will of his property. Point out the difference between Sunni & Shia Law. iz’u 9 ,d eqfLye viuh lEifRr dh olh;r fdl lhek rd dj ldrk gS \ lqUuh ,oa f’k;k fof/k esa vUrj Li"V dhft;sA
Q.10 Short Notes :-
1- Death bed transactions (Marz ul maut) - e`R;q 'k;~;k laO;ogkj ¼et+Z&my&ekSr½
2- Option of puberty - O;Ldrk dk fodYi ¼[;kj&my&oqyqx½
3- Iddat - bn~nr
4- Doctrine of valid retirement (Khilwat-us-sahih) - oS/k ,dkUrokl dk fl)kUr ¼f[kyor&ml&lgh½
5- Doctrine of Aul and Rudd - vkSy ,oa jn dk fl)kUr
3- Guardianship - laj{krk
11- Case iz’u 11 ¼i½ eksgEen vgen [kku cuke 'kkgckuks csxe] AIR1985 SC 945 ¼ii½ vcqy Qrk eqgEen cuke jkle;/kj pkS/kjh ¼1899½ 22 IA . 76

fo"k; :- Indian Constitution Paper No.VI izFke o"kZ 2015-16 fo"k; %& Hkkjrh; lafo/kku ¼6½ uksV%& fuEufyf[kr iz’u dsoy vuqeku gS bu ij iw.kZr% fuHkZj ugh jgsaA iz'u 1- Hkkjr ds lafo/kku dh mn~nsf’kdk dk D;k egRo gS \ D;k blesa la’kks/ku fd;k tk ldrk gS \ ;g Hkh crkb, fd D;k bl mn~nsf’kdk dks lafo/kku ds fofHkUu micU/kksa ds fuoZpu ds fy, mi;ksx esa yk;k tk ldrk gS \ bl fo"k; esa fuf.kZsr oknksa dks vius Lrj ls bafxr dhft,A
Q.1 What is the importance of preamble of the constitutuion of India \ State as to whether it can be amended. Also state as to wheather it can be utilized for the purpose of inter pretation of the various provisions of the constitution. Lite cases in this ground.

iz’u 2- Hkkjr dk lafo/kku ,d 'kklu dh O;oLFkk djrk gS] tks v)Zla?kh; gS] ,d ,dkRed jkT; dk ftlesa xkS.k :Ik ls la?kh; iz.kkyh ds y{k.k gS u fd ,d la?kh; jkT; ftlesa xkS.k :Ik ls ,dkRed y{k.k gSA mijksDr oDrO; dh foospuk dhft;sA
Q.2 “Indian constitution provides a system of government which is quasi federal a unitary state with subsidiary federal feature rather than a federal state with subsidiary unitary features.” Discuss above statement.

iz'u 3- Hkkjr ds lafo/kku ds vuq- 14 ds rgr lerk dh vo/kkj.kk dks crk,aA ;qfDr;qDr oxhZdj.k dk fl)kUr D;k gS \ fdl izdkj ;g lerk LFkkfir djus gsrq egRoiw.kZ gSA
Q.3 Explain the concept of equality under Act. 14 of the Indian constitution. What is doctrine of reasonable classification \ How is significant for establishing the equality. iz’u 4- Lora=rkvksa ds vf/kdkj dks crkb;sA okd vkSj vfHkO;fDr dh Lora=rk ls vki D;k le>rs gSa \ bl vf/kdkj ij D;k fucZU/ku vkjksfir fd;s x, gSaA Q.4 Explain the concept of ‘Right to freedom’ What do you understand by Right to freedom of speech \ What restrictions have been laid down on this freedom.

iz'u 5 “kjrh; x.krU= /keZ fujis{k jkT; gS vkSj lc O;fDr;ksa dh vkRek dh vkSj fo’okl dh Lora=rk lqjf{kr djrk gSA bl dFku ij fVIi.kh dhft;sA
Q.5 “The Indian republic is a secular state and guarantees freedom of conscience and belief in all persons.” Comment on this statement.

iz’u 6 Hkkjr ds jk"Vªifr dh laoS/kkfud fLFkfr dh foospuk dhft;sA D;k og laln ds nksuksa lnuksa esa ikfjr fdlh fo/ks;d dks viuh Lohd`fr nsus ls euk dj ldrk gS \ Hkkjr ds lafo/kku ds izko/kkuksa dh lgk;rk ls viuk mRrj fyf[k,A
Q.6 Discuss the constitutional position of the President of India. Can he without his consent to a legislative bill passed by both the houses of Parliaments? Illustrate your answer with the help of provisions of the constitution of India.

iz’u 7- mPpre U;k;ky; dh vf/kdkfjrk ,oa 'kfDr;ksa dh foospuk dhft;sA
Q.7 Discuss the Jurisdiction and power of the Supreme Court.

iz’u 8-fdu ifjfLFkfr;ksa esa laln jkT; lwph esa ds fo"k; ij fof/k cukus gsrq vf/kdkfjr gks tkrh gSA
Q.8 In what circumstances the parliament becomes empowered to make law on the state list?

iz'u 09 Hkkjrh; lafo/kku esa O;kikj] okf.kT; vkSj lekxe dh Lora=rk ls lEcfU/kr micU/kksa dh O;k[;k dhft;sA
Q.9 Discuss the provisions relating to freedom of trade, commerce, and intercourse as laid down in the constitution of India.

iz'u 10 fuf.kZr oknksa dh lgk;rk ls jkT; lsodksa dks miyC/k laoS/kkfud laj{k.k dh ppkZ dhft,A
Q.10 Discuss the constitutional protection of the Civil Servant with the help of decided case laws.

iz’u 11 laf{kIr fVIi.kh
1 ewy vf/kdkj vkSj uhfr funs’kd rRoksa esa lEcU/k 2 lkj ,oa rRo dk fl)kUr 3 lalnh; fo’ks"kkf/kdkj 4 jkT; esa jk"Vªifr 'kklu
5 nksgjs n.M ds fo:) laj{k.k 6 vkPNknku dk fl)kUr 7 izk.k vkSj nSfgd Lora=rk

Q.11 short note:
1. Relation between fundamental rights and Directive Principles 2. Doctrine of Pith and Substance
3. Parliament Priviledges 4. President Rule in State 5. Protection against Double Jeopardy
6. Doctrine of Eclipse. 7. Right of life a Personal Liberty iz'u 12 ds’kokuUn Hkkjrh & dsjy jkT; AIR 1973 SC 1476 okn ds rF;] i{kdkjksa ds rdZ] fu.kZ; vkSj fof/k ds izfrikfnr fl)kUrksa dh foospuk dhft,A
Q.12 Write facts, confertation & parties, Judgement and the Principles of law laid down in the case Keshvananda Bharti v/s State of Kerala AIR 1973 SC. 1476.

Legal English Paper No.VII

Attempt question no 5 which is compulsory and any other four questions. All questions carry equal marks.
Q.1 Explain in legal language any five of the legal terms and use them in sentence of your own.
(i) Actionable (ii) Bailment (iii) Coercion (iv) Ratification (v) Hearcy (vi) Habeous Corpus (vii) Intestate (vii) Statute (ix) Repeal (x) Vismayor
Q.2 Explain in English any five of the following latin maxims and use them in sentence so as to make their meaning cleaer:
(i) Alibi (ii) Audi alteram partem (iii) Delegatus non potest delegore (iv) fecta sunt servenda (v) Res ipsa loquiture (vi) Actus non facit reumnisi sitrea (vii) Obiter dicta (viii) status quo (ix) Ubi jus ibi remedium (x) Valenti non fitinjuria.
Q.3 Substitute a single word against each of the sentence you attempt any ten. (i) Govt. by a few (ii) A work published after death of its writer (iii) Men living in the same age.
(iv) A speech delivered without previous preperation (v) the act of high officials showing favour to his relatives (vi) A person appointed by two parties to settle a dispute (vii) A State of growth between boyhood (viii) A person who does without having made his will (ix)A medicine to counteract the effect of poison (x) One who spends his money recklessly (xi) A place where an individual has his establishment (xii) A man who is indifferent to pain and pleasure (xiii) A claim made by the defendant in his favour against the plaintiff (xiv) A person who conceals himself from the process of arrest (xv) A person who has command over several languages Q.4 Attempt any five of the following pair of words. Give their meaning and use them in sentence of your own: (i) Accept and Except (ii) Bale and Bail (iii) Career and Carrier (iv) Compliment and Complement (v) Way and weigh (vi) Imminent and Eminent (vii) Judicious and Judicial (viii) Ordinance and Ordnance (ix) Practice and Practise (x) Stationary and Stationery Q.5 Compulsory question to be attempted by all read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it : In the case of state of Rajasthan. Appealant V Smt. Kalbi and others, respondents the High Court declined to rely on the witness because she “ is the wife of the deceased,” and therefore , she was a “highly interested” witness and moreover, there was discrapencics in the evidence. But the Supereme Court observed with resp. that in their opinion the grounds “are invailid.” For, in the aicumotar of the case, she is the only and most natural witness. She was only person present in the hut with the deceased at the time of occurance and the only person who saw the occurance.Truly she is the wife of the deceased, but she can not be called an “interested’ witness. She is related to the deceased. “Related” is not equivalent to “Interested.”A witness may be called “interested” only when he or she derives benefit from the result of the litigaton in the decre in a civil case, or in seeing an accused person punished. A witness who is a natural one and is the only possible witness in the circumstances of the case can not be said to be “interested”. In the instant case this witness had no interest in protecting the culprit and falsely implicating the respondents. For the discrepencies the Supereme Court observed that these are , minor ,insignificant and natural. In the deposition at witness these are always discrepencies however honest and truthful thay may be the discrepencies are due to named errors of observation, Loss of memory due to lapse of time, mental disposition such as shock and horror at the time of occurance. It is true that in an appeal under Article 136 of constitution the court normally does not interfare with findings of facts arrived at by High Court. But when it appears that findings of facts arrived at are bordering on perversity and are in mis carriage of Justice, this court will not decline to qua such finding to prevent the miscarriage of Justice.
Questions:-
1. Why did the High Court decide to rely on the witness of the deceased wife ? 2. Who is a natural witness ? 3. “Related” Is not equivalent to “interested” Explain. 4. Why do discrepencies occur while the witness depose ? 5. When does the Supereme Court not decline to quash the Judgement of a Hight Court? Q 6 Write an application to the Principal, University Law College, Jaipur for grant of freeship. Or Write a letter to your friend advising him not to accept dowry at the time of his marriage. Q. 7 Write an Essay in English in about 500 words , on one of the following topics : (i) Uniform Civil Code (ii) Role of Youth in Society (iii) The Problem of Corruption in India (iv) Legal aid to the poor Q. 8 Write a précis of the following Paragraph in your own words and giveit a suitable title: Law is harmful for numerous reasons. In the first place, one the process of law making has begum, it goes concrete case, an this ; by the nature of the case , is bound to proveimpossible for every case should have a rule to itself , hence laws has constantly to be remade or stretched by legal fictions the rigid classifications are always breabing down. Law their very nature pretend to fore all events,” because the claim a finally valid for all future circumstances.They tend to stagnate and like every form of creed himdrance to progress by attempting to define a single of action and belief. (263 Words) Q. 9 Translate the following passage form English to Hindi. The legal profession in India is the product of British rule and of the Judicial system introduced by these rulers in the land. Every honest and competent Judge is auxious to have all aspects of every case placed before him by litigants, or thire against and representatives so that he may dispose of the case with complete impartiality after full consideration in meritorious manner. The parties litigain generally need the assistance of qualified pleaders and advocates to place their cases befor the counts, and it is of cause recognized that member of the bar in his conduct and arguements endeavours to place his olients case and points before the courts. Q10. Translate the following Passage from Hindi to English.

tks dksbZ O;fDr /kkfeZd voLFkk esa izos’k djrk gS og vius izkd`frd ifjokj ds lnL;ksa ls /keZ foPNsn dj ysrk gSA bl izdkj og mRrjkf/kdkj ls i`Fkd dj fn;k tkrk gSA /kkfeZd voLFkk esa izos’k dk rkRi;Z lkekftd fu/ku ls gS ftlls og vius lEcU/kksa rFkk viuh lEifRr ls iw.kZr;k vius lEcU/k i`Fkd dj ysA u rks og] u gh mlds izkd`frd lEcU/kh ,d nwljs dh lEifRr esa mRrjkf/kdkj izkIr dj ldrk gS /kkfeZd O;oLFkk Lohdkj djus ij mlds }kjk rRi’pkr~ vftZr lEifRr mlds /kkfeZd lEcU/kksa esa pyh tkrh gSA
Indian Constitutional History Paper No.VIII-2015-16 fo"k; :- Hkkjrh; loS/kkfud bfrgkl ¼8½ uksV%& fuEufyf[kr iz’u dsoy vuqeku gS bu ij iw.kZr% fuHkZj ugh jgsaA iz’u 1- ^^1726 dk o"kZ Hkkjr esa uohu U;k; iz’kklu ds mn~Hko ds :i esa fpfUgr gSa^^O;k[;k dhft,A 1753 ds jktkKk ds }kjk D;k lq/kkj fd;s x,A
Q. 1 “The year 1726 marked the beginning of the new phase in the evolution of the Judicial administration in India” Explain. What modifications have been made by the charters of 1753.

iz’u 2- Hkkjrh; U;k; O;oLFkk esa okjsu gsfLVax }kjk fd;s x;s lq/kkjksa dk mYys[k djksA
Q. 2 Discuss the Warren Harting Judicial reforms in Indian Judicial system \

iz’u 3- ykMZ dkuZokfyl }kjk Hkkjr ds U;k; iz’kklu esa fd;s x;s lq/kkjksa dk o.kZu dhft, \
Q. 3 Describe the reforms made by Lord Cornwallis in Judicial system of India.

iz’u 4- laf{kIr fVIi.kh fyf[k, \
Q. 4 (A) Bentincks Judicial Reforms - csfVad ds U;kf;d lq/kkj
(B) Dyarcy System - nksgjh 'kklu iz.kkyh
(C) Nehru Committee Report 1928 - usg: desVh fjiksVZ 1982
(D) Cripps Mission - fØIl fe’ku

iz’u 5- jsX;qysfVax ,DV] 1773 ds izko/kkuksa dh lekykspukRed tkap dhft;s ,oa ,DV vkWQ lSVyesUV ] 1781 dk egRo crkb;sA
Q. 5 Critically examine the provisions of the Regulating Act 1773 amd state the significance of the Act of settlement of 1781.

iz’u 6- ^^1909 dk vf/kfu;e vius mn~ns’;ksa dh izkfIr esa vlQy fl) gqvk ^^ mDr dFku dk vkykspukRed ijh{k.k dhft,A
Q. 6 “The reforms of 1909 failed in their object” Examine critically the above statement.

iz’u 7 Hkkjr ljdkj vf/kfu;e 1935 ds eq[; izko/kkuksa dk mYys[k dhft, vkSj fo’ks"k :i ls blesa lekfo"V la?kh; iz.kkyh dh izd`fr dh foospuk dhft,A
Q. 7 Discuss the main provisions of Government of India Act 1935 and specially discuss the nature of federalism incorporated in this Act.

iz’u 8- Hkkjr ls izhoh dkmfUly esas vihyksa ds bfrgkl ij ys[k fyf[k;s rFkk Hkkjr U;k; iz’kklu ds {ks= esa blds ;ksxnku dh laf{kIr leh{kk dhft,A
Q. 8 Write an essay on the History of Appeals from India to the privy council and briefly estimate its contribution in the field of administration of Justice in India.

iz'u 9 fof/k ds lafgrkdj.k ls vki D;k le>rs gSa \ Hkkjrh; fof/k ds lafgrkdj.k esa izFke ,oa f}rh; fof/k vk;ksx dh Hkwfedk dks Li"V dhft,A
Q. 9 What do you mean by codification of law and the Role of first and second law Commission in codification of Indian law .

iz'u 10 fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdUgha pkj ij laf{kIr fVIi.kh fyf[k;sA
Q. 10 Write short note on any four of the following 1. Judicial Murder - U;kf;d gR;k
2. Simon Commission - lkbeu vk;ksx
3. Federal Court - la?kh; U;k;ky;
4. Cabinet Mission Plan 1946 - dSfcusV fe’ku ;kstuk 1946
5. Constitutional Assembly - lafo/kku lHkk
6. Racial discrimination in the administration of Justice during British era fczfV’k dky esa U;k; iz’kklu esa tkrh; HksnHkko

iz'u 11 fuEufyf[kr oknksa easa ls fdUgha nks oknksa ds rF;ksa vkSj vfHkfu/kkZfjr fl)kUrksa dks la{ksi esa fyf[k;s%&
Q. 11 Brief write down the facts and principles laid down in the following :-

1- Patna Case - iVuk ekeyk
2- Cossijurah Case - dklhtwjk ekeyk
3- Raja Nand Lal Case - jktk uUn yky dk ekeyk

iz'u 12 1726 ls iwoZ enzkl dh U;kf;d O;oLFkk ij ,d ys[k fyf[k;sA
Q. 12 Write a note on Madras presidensi Judicial system before 1726. fo"k; :- PIL Paper No.IX-2015-16 uksV%& fuEufyf[kr iz’u dsoy vuqeku gS bu ij iw.kZr% fuHkZj ugh jgsaA
Q. 1 What is public interest litigation \ Explain the main objects of public interest litigation. iz’u 1 tufgr okn D;k gS \ tufgr okn ds eq[; mn~ns’;ksa dks Li"V dhft;sA
Q. 2 “Public Interest Litigation is being misused in India.” Discuss in detail in the light of decisions of Supereme Court. iz'u 2 yksdfgr okn dk Hkkjr esa nq:i;ksx fd;k tkrk jgk gSA loksZPp U;k;ky; ds fu.kZ;ksa ds izdk’k esa foLrkj ls O;k[;k dhft;sA
Q 3 Discuss the Constitution, functioning and powers of the state legal Services authority to be constituted under the legal service Authorities Act, 1987. iz’u 3 fof/kd lsok izkf/kdj.k]1987 ds vUrxZr xfBr fd;s tkus okys jkT; fof/kd lsok izkf/kdj.k ds {ks=kf/kdkj] dk;Ziz.kkyh vkSj 'kfDr;ksa dh foospuk dhft,A
Q. 4 Explain the following any two :
(i) Legal Literacy Camp. (ii) Legal Aid Camp (iii) Para legal Training
(iv) Social Action litigation iz’u 4 fuEu esa ls fdUgha nks dks le>kb;s %&
¼i½ fof/kd lk{kjrk f’kfoj ¼ii½ fof/kd lgk;rk f’kfoj ¼iii½ iSjk yhxy Vªsfuax ¼iv½ lkekftd vuq;kstu eqdnek
Q. 5 Write short notes on any two of the following
(i) Provision for the legal aid under of C.P.C. (ii) Provision for the legal aid under of constitution
(iii) Legal aid under the Criminal Procedure Code. iz'u 5- fuEu esa ls fdUgha nks ij laf{kIr fVIi.kh fyf[k;s%&
¼i½ lh-ih-lh- ds vUrxZr fof/kd lgk;rk ds izko/kku ¼ii½ lafo/kku ds vUrxZr of/kd lgk;rk ds izko/kku ¼Art I 39½
¼iii½ n.M izfØ;k lafgrk ds vUrxZr fof/kd lgk;rk ds izko/kku
Q.6 What do you understand by ‘Lok Adalat’ \ Explain its importance in the administration of Justice. Discuss the constitution, functions and powers of Lok-Adalat iz'u 6- yksd vnkyr ls vki D;k le>rs gSa \ U;k; iz’kklu esa bldh egRrk dh foospuk dhft;sA yksd vnkyr ds xBu] {ks=kf/kdkj ,oa 'kfDr;ksa dh foospuk dhft,A
Q. 7 What do you mean by concept of locus standi? What are the essential condition for liberalization of locus standi? iz’u 7 lqus tkus ds vf/kdkj ls vki D;k le>rs gS \ lqus tkus ds vf/kdkj dh mnkjhdj.k dh D;k vko’;d 'krsZ gS \
Q- 8 Discuss the constitution : functions and powers of the National Legal Service Authority.. iz’u 8- jk"Vªh; fof/kd lsok izkf/kdj.k ds xBu] dk;Z rFkk 'kfDr;ksa dk o.kZu dhft;sA
Q- 9 Write short notes on the following :-
(i) Difference between the public Interest Litigation and Private Interest Litigation
(ii) Judicial Activism in India (iii) Moot Court iz’u 9- fuEu ij laf{kIr fVIif.k;ka fyf[k;s %&
¼i½yksdfgr okn o futh fgr okn esa vUrj Li"V dhft,A
¼ii½Hkkjr esa U;kf;d lfØ;rk ¼iii½ ewV dksVZ
Q- 10 State the facts and principles of Law laid down in Bandhua Mukti Morcha v/s Union of India, AIR. 1984, S.C. 802 iz’u 10- cU/kqvk eqfDr ekspkZ cuke Hkkjr la?k ¼ AIR. 1984, S.C. 802½ esa of.kZr rF;ksa ,oa izfrikfnr fl)kUrksa dk mYys[k dhft;sA

Jurisprudence and Legal theory (Paper I) f}rh; o"kZ 2016 uksV%& fuEufyf[kr iz’u dsoy vuqeku gS bu ij iw.kZr% fuHkZj ugh jgsaA
Q.1. “Jurisprudence is the philosophy of positive Law.” Discuss criticall the definition of Austin.
^^fof/k’kkL= lqLi"V fof/k dk n’kZu gSA^^ vkfLVu dh ifjHkk"kk dk vkykspukRed foospu dhft;sA
Q.2. “The movement of progressive society has hither to been a movement from status to contract.”-Henry Main.
^^izxfr’khy lekt dk xeu ^orZeku rd^ izkfLFkfr ls lafonk dh vksj gqvk gS ?^^&gSujh eSuA
Q.3. “Law is Social Engineering”. Comment. fof/k lkekftd vfHk;kaf=dh gSA foospuk dhft;sA
Q.4. Explain the main postulates of Kelson’s pure theory of Law. dsYlu ds fo’kq) fof/k ds fl)kUr dh izeq[k vo/kkj.kkvksa dks Li"V dhft;sA
Q.5. Jurisprudence is the formal science of positive Law. Critically examine this definition of jurisprudence given by Holland.
^^fof/k’kkL= lqLi"V fof/k dk izk:fid foKku gSA^^ fof/k’kkL= dh gkyS.M }kjk nh xbZ ifjHkk"kk dk vkykspukRed ijh{k.k dhft;sA
Q.6. Define Legislation. Discuss the importance and kinds of legislation as a source of Law. fo/kk;u dks ifjHkkf"kr dhft;sA fo/kk;u dk fof/k ds lzksr ds :I esa egRo vkSj mlds izdkjksa dk o.kZu dhft;sA
Q.7. What is meant by Source of Law ? Discuss the importance of Custom as a source of law and state various tests for the validity of custom. fof/k ds lzksr ls D;k rkRi;Z gS ? fof/k ds lzksr ds :i esa izFkk ds egRo dh foopsuk dhft;s rFkk izFkk dh oS/krk ds fy, fofHkUu ijh{k.kksa dk mYys[k dhft;sA
Q.8. Negligence is not a state of mind but merely a type of conduct. Examine the statement. vlko/kkuh ekufld fLFkfr ugha vfirq ,d izdkj vkpj.k gSA^^ bl dFku dk ijh{k.k dhft;sA
Q.9. Critically discuss the concept of legal personality. fof/kd O;fDrRo dh vo/kkj.kk dk vkykspukRed foospu dhft;sA
Q.10. Analyse the various theories of Punishment. Which theory do you prefer most ? Also give reasons. n.M ds fofHkUu fl)kUrksa dk fo’ys"k.k dhft;sA dkSulk fl)kUr vkidks lokZf/kd ilUn gS ? dkj.k Hkh crkb;sA
Q. 11. Write notes on any two–(a) Importance of Jurispradence (b) Ratio decidendi (c) Principle of social solidarity (d) Precedents) fdUgha nks ij laf{kIr fVIi.kh fyf[k;s&
(a) fof/k’kkL= dk egRo (b) fu.kZ;k/kkj (c) lkekftd lesdrk dk fl)kUr (d) iwoZ fu.kZ;A
Q.11. Explain the facts and principles of Law laid down in Menka Gandhi Vs Union of India AIR 1978 SC 597. esudk xka/kh cuke ;wfu;u vkWQ bf.M;k ,vkbZvkj 1978 ,llh 597 ds okn ds rF;ksa rFkk fof/k ds izfrikfnr fl)kUrksa dh foospuk dhft,A

f}rh; o"kZ 2016 fo"k; :- LL.B – II Law of Crimes (Paper II) uksV%& fuEufyf[kr iz’u dsoy vuqeku gS bu ij iw.kZr% fuHkZj ugh jgsaA
Q.1. “A guilty act together with guilty mind constitute a crime.” Discuss with help of decided case. nks"kiw.kZ dk;Z ,oa nks"kiw.kZ fpRr feydj vijk/k xfBr djrs gSaA^^ lqlaxr fu.kZ;ksa dh lgk;rk ls Li"V djksA
Q.2. What is an offence. Discuss the various stages of an offence. Distinguish between preparation and attempt. vijk/k D;k gS \ vijk/k ds fofHkUu pj.k crkvksA rS;kjh rFkk iz;kl esa D;k varj gSA
Q.3. Explain the defence of unsoundness. Refer relevant case. fod`rfpRrrk dh izfrj{kk dks lfoLrkj le>kb,A lqlaxr fu.kZ;ksa dk gokyk nhft,A
Q.4. Discuss the right of Private defence of Body and property. When can death be caused in the exercise of right of body and property. izfrj{kk ds vf/kdkj dh foospuk dhft,A dc 'kjhj o lEifRr dh j{kk esa e`R;q dh tk ldrh gSA
Q.5. What is an abetment. Discuss the liability of abetor in abetment. nq"izsj.k D;k gS \ nq"izsjd ds nkf;Ro dks Li"V dhft,A
Q.6. In all robbery, there is either theft or extoration. Explain. Distinguish between Robbery and docoity. lc izdkj dh ywV esa ;k rks pksjh ;k mn~nkiu jgrk gSA Li"V dhft,A ywV vkSj MdSrh esa varj crkvksaA
Q.7. What is Theft ? Explain its ingredients. Distingush between theft and extortion. pksjh D;k gS \ blds vko’;d rRo D;k gS \ pksjh o mn~nkiu esa varj crkvksaA
Q.8. (i) Distinguish following giving false evidence and fabricating flase evidence and fabricating false evidence.
(ii) Riot and Affray.
(iii) Kidnapping and Abduction. fuEu esa varj crkvks&(i) feF;k lk{; nsuk o feF;k lk{; xBukA
(ii) dyg o naxk] (iii) O;igj.k o vigj.kA
Q.9. Write short notes on the following–
(i) Criminal Misapropriation (ii) Mischief, (iii) House-breaking, (iv) Adultry. fuEu ij laf{kIr fVIi.kh fy[kks&(i) lEifRr dk nqfofu;ksx] (ii) fjf"V] (iii) x`g&Hksnu] (iv) tkjrkA
Q.10. Define culpable Homicide and Murder. When culbable Homicide is not murder. lanks"k ekuo o/k rFkk gR;k dks ifjHkkf"kr dhft,A dc lanks"k ekuo o/k gR;k ugha gSA

fo"k;%& lEifRr varj.k vf/kfu; ¼3½ (T.P. Act) uksV%& fuEufyf[kr iz’u dsoy vuqeku gS bu ij iw.kZr% fuHkZj ugh jgsaA
Q. 1. (a) Define transfer of property. What are its essentials ? lEifRr vUrj.k dks ifjHkkf"kr dhft;sA blds vko’;d rRo D;k gS \
(b) What are those properties which are transferable ? os dkSulh lEifRr;k¡ gS] tks vUrj.kh; gS \
Q. 2 Explain “The Rule against Double Possibilities.” State also its exceptions.
‘A’ Transfers his property to ‘B’, a living person, for life and then to ‘C’, on unborn person, absolutely with the condition that if ‘C’ doesnot take birth, the property will go to ‘D’, who is living at the time of Transfer. Decide validity of such transfer. iz’u 2- nksgjh lEHkkoukvksa ds fo:) fu;e dk foospu dhft;sA blds vioknksa dk Hkh mYys[k dhft;sA
^v^ viuh lEifRr ^c^ tks thfor O;fDr gS] dks thoui;ZUr ds fy, vrafjr djrk gS rFkk blds ckn ^l^ tks vtUek gS] dks iw.kZ :i ls bl 'krZ ds lkFk vUrj.k djrk gS fd ;fn ^l^ dk tUe ugha gksrk gS rks lEifRr ^n^ tks thfor gS] dks tk;sxhA ,sls vUrj.k dh oS/krk fu/kkZfjr dhft;sA
Q. 3 Explain conditional transfer. State the circumstances in which :
(a) Transfer is valid and condition is valid. (b) Transfer is valid and conditions void.
(c) Transfer is void and condition is void. iz’u 3- ^’krZ;qDr vraj.k^ dks Li"V dhft;sA mu ifjfLFkfr;ksa dk mYys[k dhft;s&
(A) varj.k ekU; ,oa 'krZ ekU; (B) varj.k ekU; ,oa 'krZ 'kwU; (C) varj.k ’kwU; ,oa 'krZ 'kwU;A
Q. 4. Explain the ‘Rule of Election’ and Transfer by austensble owner with decided ease laws. iz’u 4- ^fuokZpu dk fue;^ ,oa ^nzO;eku Lokeh }kjk lEifRr ds vUrj.k^ dh foospuk fuf.kZr oknksa dk mYys[k djrs gq, dhft;sA
Q.5. The doctrine of Past Performance is not a sword but a shield.” Explain the statement with reference to provisions embodied under section 53(A) of T.P. Act. iz’u 5- ^vkf’kad ifjikyu dk fl)kUr ,d ryokj ugha vfirq <ky gS^ bl dFku dh lEifRr vUrj.k vf/k- dh /kkjk 53¼d½ ds lanHkZ esa O;k[;k dhft,A
Q. 6. Define lease. Explain the ways in which lease of Immovable property is determined state the relief provided against forfeiture for non payment of rent and in other cases. iz'u 6- iV~Vs dks ifjHkkf"kr dhft,A vpy lEifRr dk iV~Vk fdu voLFkkvksa esa lekIr gks tkrk gS \ HkkVd dh vnk;xh u djus ds dkj.k rFkk vU; voLFkkvksa esa iV~Vs dk leigj.k ls eqfDr ds fy, D;k mipkj gS \ crkb;sA
Q. 7. Explain any four of the following–
(i) Vested and contingent interest. (ii) Condition precedent and condition subsequent.
(iii) Marshalling and contribution. (iv) Actionable claim and right to sue.
(v) Rule of estoppel relating to transfer of property.
(vi) Rule of Lis Pendes. (vii) Gift (viii) Legal and conrentional subrogation. iz’u 7- fuEu esa ls fdUgha pkj dh mnkgj.k lfgr foospuk dhft,&
(i) fufgr fgr ,oa lekfJr fgr] (ii) iwoZorhZ 'krZ ,oa i'pkr~orhZ 'krZ] (iii) ØecU/ku ,oa vfHknk; dk fl)kUr] (vi) vuq;ksT; nkos rFkk dsoy okn ykus dk vf/kdkj] (v) lEifRr vUrj.k ls lEcfU/kr foca/k dk fu;e] (vi) fopkjkf/ku ekeys dk fu;e] (viii) fof/kd ,oa lkeUof;d izfrLFkkiu] (viii) nku
Q. 8 Define easement. What are the various modes for the acquisition of an easement ? State the circumstances in which an easement is extinguished. iz’u 8- lq[kkf/kdkj dks ifjHkkf"kr dhft,A lq[kkf/kdkj vftZr djus ds dkSu&dkSu ls fofHkUu <ax gSA mu ifjfLFkfr;ksa dks crkb;s ftuesa lq[kkf/kdkj lekIr gks tkrk
Q. 9. Distinguish between a lease and licence. When can a licence be revoked ? What are the right of the licence holder on revocation iz’u 9- ,d iV~Vk ,oa vuqKkfIr esa varj dhft;sA ,d vuqKkfIr dks dc lekIr fd;k tk ldrk gS \ vuqKfIr dh lekfIr ij mlds /kkjd dks D;k vf/kdkj gSA
Q. 10. State the facts, arguments and the principles of law laid down in Raja Bajrang Bahadur Singh V/s Thakurani Bakharj Kaur AIR 1959 S.C. 1262. iz'u 10- jktk ctjax cgknqj cuke Bdqjkuh c[kjkt dkSj AIR 1959 S.C. 1262 ds rF;ksa] rdksZa ,oa blesa fufgr fof/k fl)kUrksa dk o.kZu dhft;sA

LL.B – II
2016
Company Law (Paper 4) uksV%& fuEufyf[kr iz’u dsoy vuqeku gS bu ij iw.kZr% fuHkZj ugh jgsaA
Q. 1. What do you mean by separate legal entity ? Is there any exception of this rule ? If yes explain and what are the various kinds of companies ? iz’u 1- i`Fkd fof/kd O;fDrRo ls vki D;k le>rs gSa \ D;k bl fu;e dk dksbZ viokn gS \ ;fn gk¡ rks le>kb;s vkSj dEifu;ksa ds fofHkUu izdkj D;k gS\
Q. 2. State the contents of Memorandum of Association. Also describe the relationship between memorandum of association and articles of association. iz’u 2- ik"kZn lhek fu;e dh fo"k; oLrq crkb;sA ik"kZn lhek fu;e rFkk vUrfuZ;e ds lEcU/k dk Hkh o.kZu dhft;sA
Q. 3. Discuss the doctrine of ‘Contructive Notice’ and doctrine of ‘Indoor Management’ in what cases is the doctrine of indoor management held to be inapplicable ? iz’u 3- ^vkUof;d lalwpuk^ dk fl)kUr ,oa ^vkUrfjd izcU/k^ ds fl)kUr dks le>kb;s fdu ifjfLFkfr;ksa esa vUrfjd izcU/k dk fl)kUr ykxw ugha ekuk tk ldrk gSA
Q. 4. What is Managing Director ? Describe the Provision at company law relating to Managing Directior. iz’u 4- izcU/k lapkyd fdls dgrs gSa \ izcU/kd lapkyd ds lEcU/k esa dEiuh vf/kfu;e ds oS/kkfud izko/kkuksa dk o.kZu dhft;sA
Q. 5. What is the Majority rule or the rule of Foss V/s Harbottle ? What are its exceptions ? iz’u 5- cgqer dk fu;e ;k Qkasl cuke gkjckWVy dk fu;e D;k gS \ blds viokn D;k gS \
Q. 6. What do you mean by winding up of the company ? Write down the various kinds and requisites of winding up procedure. iz’u 6- dEiuh ds lekiu ls vki D;k le>rs gSa\ lekiu ds fofHkUu izdkj o vko’;drk izfØ;k fyf[k;sA
Q. 7. Explain various types of ‘meeting’ of shareholders and discuss forfeiture and surrender of shares also. iz’u 7- va’k/kkfj;ksa dh fofHkUu izdkj dh lHkkvksa dks le>kb;s ,oa va’kksa dh tCrh ,oa leiZ.k dh Hkh foospuk dhft;sA
Q. 8. Differenciate between the following :
(1) Share Certificate and Share Warrant (2) Underwriting Commission and brokerage.
(3) Reducation of capital and purchase by company of its own shares. iz’u 8- fuEufyf[kr esa varj crkb;s&
¼1½ va’k izek.k i= ,oa va’k vf/kizek.k ¼2½ v.MjjkbfVax deh’ku ,oa nykyh
¼3½ iwath esa dVkSrh ,oa dEiuh }kjk Lo;a vius va’kksa dk Ø;A
Q. 9. Write down the formation and powers of company law board. dEiuh ykW cksMZ dh LFkkiuk o 'kfDr;ka dk mYys[k dhft,A
Q. 10. “An auditor is a watch dog and not a blood hound.” Discuss with reference to auditor’s rights. Powers and duties. iz’u 10- ^^vads{kd ek= ,d fuxjkuh j[kus okyk dqrk gS ,d Hksfn;k dqrk ughaA^^ bl dFku dh vads{kd ds vf/kdkjksa] 'kfDr;ksa ,oa drZO;ksa ds lanHkZ esa foospuk dhft;sA

Public International Law (Paper 5)

uksV%& fuEufyf[kr iz’u dsoy vuqeku gS bu ij iw.kZr% fuHkZj ugh jgsaA
Q. 1. Define “International Law”. Whether it is a true Law or not ? Discuss the weaknesses of International Law. iz’u 1 vUrjkZ"Vªh; fof/k dh ifjHkk"kk nhft,A D;k ;g ,d lPps vFkZ esa fof/k gS \ bldh nqcZyrkvksa dh O;k[;k dhft,A
Q. 2. What are various sources of International Law ? Discuss the primary sources of International Law. iz’u 2- vUrjkZ"Vªh; fof/k ds fofHkUu L=ksr D;k gS \ vUrjkZ"Vªh; fof/k ds izkFkfed L=ksrksa dk o.kZu dhft;sA
Q. 3. What do you undetstand by ‘recognition to a state’ ? Discuss the theories of recognition and point out difference between Defacto, and dejure recognition. iz’u 3- jkT; dh ekU;rk ls vki D;k le>rs gSa \ ekU;rk ds fl)kUrksa dh foospuk dhft;s vkSj rF;su ,oa fof/kd ekU;rk esa varj Li"V dhft;sA
Q. 4. What do you mean by Diplomatic Agent ? What are various types of Diplomatic Agents ? Dicuss the privileges and immunities available to diplomatic agents. iz’u 4- jktfu;d ls vkidk D;k vfHkizk; gS \ jktuf;d fdrus izdkj ds gksrs gSaA jktuf;dksa dks miyC/k fo’ks"kkf/kdkjksa ,oa mUeqfDr;ksa dk o.kZu dhft;sA
Q. 5. What is extradition ? Can extradition be claimed for political offenders ? Give case laws. iz’u 5- izR;iZ.k D;k gS \ D;k jktuSfrd vkijkf/k;ksa ds fy, izR;iZ.k dh ekax dh tk ldrh gS \ oknksa dk mYys[k dhft;sA
Q. 6. Define ‘Intervention”. Under what circumstances intervention by one state in the affairs of another state is considered justified ? iz’u 6- ^gLr{ksi^ dh ifjHkk"kk nhft,A ,d jkT; }kjk nwljs jkT; ds ekeyksa esa gLr{ksi djuk fdu ifjfLFkfr;ksa esa mfpr ekuk x;k gS\
Q. 7. Define war. Discuss the effect of war on diplomatic relations of states on persons, on property and on treaties. iz’u 7- ;q) dks ifjHkkf"kr dhft,A ;q) dk ;q)jr ns’kksa ds jktuf;d lEcU/kksa ij] O;fDr;ksa ij] lEifRr ij vkSj laf/k;ksa ij D;k izHkko iM+rk gS \ foospuk dhft;sA
Q. 8. Critically examine the various amicable and forceable means of settlement of international disputes between the states. iz’u 8- jkT;ksa ds vUrjkZ"Vªh; >xM+ksa dk 'kkfUriwoZd ,oa ckg~;dkjh rjhdsa ls fuLrkj.k ds fofHkUu rjhdksa dk vkykspukRed ijh{k.k dhft;sA
Q. 9. What do you understand by Treaty ? How the treaties are formulated and terminated ? iz’u 9- laf/k ls vki D;k le>rs gSa \ laf/k;ksa dk fuekZ.k ,oa lekiu dSls gksrk gS \
Q.10. Describe the role of United Natioans in the maintenance of International peace and Security. iz’u 10- vUrjkZ"Vªh; ’kkfUr vkSj lqj{kk dks cuk;s j[kus esa la;qDr jk"Vª la?k dh Hkwfedk dk o.kZu dhft;sA
Q.11. What do you understand by Neutrality ? Explain the rights and duties of neutral state. iz’u 11- rVLFkrk ls vki D;k le>rs gSa \ rVLFk jkT; ds vf/kdkjksa vkSj dRrZO;ksa dk mYys[k dhft;sA
Q.12 What do you understand by Human Rights ? Explain with reference to universal Declaration of human rights. iz’u 12- ekuo vf/kdkjksa ls vki D;k le>rs gSa \ ekuokf/kdkjksa dh lkoZHkkSfed mn~?kks"k.k ds lanHkZ esa foospuk dhft;sA

Labour Law (Paper 6)
Je fof/k uksV%& fuEufyf[kr iz’u dsoy vuqeku gS bu ij iw.kZr% fuHkZj ugh jgsaA
Q. 1. Discuss the definition & Industry as given in the Industrial disput Act 1947. State clearly the principal laid down by the supreme court for dterming the nature an establishment for the purpose & the Act. iz’u 1- vkS|ksfxd fookn vf/kfu;e] 1947 ds vUrxZr nh xbZ m|ksx dh ifjHkk"kk dh foospuk dhft;sA
Q. 2. Define strike and explain its essential elements when is a strike illegal under the Industrial disputes Act 1947. What are the consequences of an illegal and unjustified strike ? iz’u 2- iathd`r O;olk; la?kksa dks D;k&D;k nhokuh o QkStnkjh mUeqfDr;k¡ gSA vkykspukRed ijh{k.k dhft;sA
Q. 3. Discuss the Procedure for registration of a Trade Union under the Trade Union Act 1926. What are the consequances of registration. Explain. iz’u 3- Je la?k vf/kfue;] 1926] ds vUrxZr ,d Je la?k dks iathd`r djus dh izfØ;k dks foospukA iathdj.k ds D;k&D;k ifj.kke gksrs gSA le>kb;s A
Q. 4. Discuss the detail the purposes for which general and political fund of trade un I o n be spent or utilized. iz’u 4- foLrkj esa mu iz;kstuksa dk mYys[k dhft;s ftuds fy, O;olk; la?k dh lkekU; o jktuhfrd fof/k dk mi;ksx fd;k tk ldrk gSA
Q. 5. What are the provision under the factory Act 1948 regarding the Health and Welfare of workers ? Explain. iz’u 5- dkj[kkuk vf/kfu;e 1948 ds vUrxZr Jfedksa ds LokLF; ,oa dY;k.k ds lEcU/k esa D;k izko/kku gSA
Q. 6. Explain the safety measures for wakemen under the factories act 1948. iz’u 6- dkj[kkuk vf/kfu;e 1948 ds vUrxZr deZdkjksa dh lqj{kk lEcfU/k mik;ksa dh O;k[;k dhft;sA
Q. 7. State the Position r el a ting to working hour of adulti and annual leave with wages as laid down in the factories Act. 1948. iz’u 7- dkj[kkuk vf/kfu;e 1948 esa dfFkr o;Ldksa ds dke ds ?kUVs ,oa etnwjh lfgr okf"kZd NqV~Vh ds lEcfU/kr micU/kksa dk mYys[k dhft;sA
Q. 8. What are the procedure for fixing and rerising miximum wage in respct of any scheduled employment under the minimum wages Act 1948. Explain. iz’u 8- U;wure etnwjh vf/kfu;e 1948 ds vUrxZr vuqlwfpr fu;kstu ds U;wure etnwjh fu/kkZj.k djus o iqujhf{kr djus dh D;k izfdz;k gSA le>kb;sA
Q. 9. Define wages according to minimum wages Act 1948 and distangush between minimum wages , fair wages and living w a ges. Whether an employer can refuse to pay minimum wages in the ground of financial Incapacity ? iz’u 9- U;wure etnwjh vf/kfu;e 1948 ds vuqlkj osru dh ifjHkk"kk nhft;s ,oa U;wure] mfpr rFkk fuokZg ;ksX; etnwjh esa varj crkb;sA D;k ,d fu;kstd viuh vkfFkZd v{kerk ds dkj.k U;wure etnwjh nsus ls bUdkj dj ldrk gS\
Q. 10. Defien and distinguish between the layout a nd retoenchment with the help of case law ? iz’u 10- dkecUnh o NaVuh dks ifjHkkf"kr dhft;s ,oa muesa vUrj Hkh fu.kZ; fof/k dh lgk;rk ls Li"V dhft;sA
Q. 11. Define strike and explain its essential elements. When is a strike illegal under the Industrial desputes Act 1947. What are the consequences of an illegal and unjustifical strike ? iz’u 11- gM+rky 'kCn dks ifjHkkf"kr dhft, vkSj mlds vko’;d rRoksa dh O;k[;k dhft;sA vkS|ksfxd fookn vf/kfu;e 1947 ds vUrxZr gM+rky dc voS/k gSA voS/k ,oa vuqfpr gM+rky ds dkj.k ifj.kke gksrs gSaA
Q. 12. Write short notes on the followings :
1. Collective Barganing 2. Workmen 3. Factory 4. Manufacturing Process 5. Industrial Dispute
6. Labour court iz’u 12- fuEu ij laf{kIr fVIi.kh fyf[k;s&¼1½ lkewfgd lkSnsdkjh] ¼2½ deZdkj] ¼3½ dkj[kkuk] ¼4½ vfHkfuekZ.k izfØ;k] ¼5½ vkS|ksfxd fookn] ¼6½ Je U;k;ky;A

Administrative Law (Paper7) uksV%& fuEufyf[kr iz’u dsoy vuqeku gS bu ij iw.kZr% fuHkZj ugh jgsaA Q.1. Define Administrative law and discuss its scope, importance and the couse of its growth. iz'u 1- iz’kklfud fof/k dh ifjHkk"kk nhft, vkSj blds {ks=] egRo rFkk blds fodkl ds dkj.kksa dk mYys[k dhft,A Q. 2. What do you mean by natural justice ? Expalin the both principles of natural justice. Does natural justice has any place in Indian constitution ? iz'u 2- izkd`frd ¼uSlfxZd½ U;k; ls vki D;k le>rs gSa \ uSlfxZd U;k; ds nksuksa fl)kUrksa dks Li"V djksA D;k uSlfxZd U;k; dk Hkkjrh; lafo/kku esa dksbZ LFkku gS\
Q. 3 What is delegated legislaton ? Discuss the nature of delegated legislation. Explain with decided cases that upto what extent the legislature can delegate law making functions to administrative authorities in India. iz'u 3- izR;k;ksftr fo/kku D;k gS\ izR;k;ksftr fof/k dh izd`fr dh foospuk dhft,A fu.khZr oknksa dh lgk;rk ls Li"V dhft, fd Hkkjr esa fo/kkf;uh fdl lhek rd fof/k fuekZ.k ds dk;ksZa dk izR;k;kstu iz’kklfud izkf/kdkfj;ksa dks dj ldrh gSA Q. 4. Explain the principles of ‘Rule of Law’ and discuss its relevancy and contribution to modern administrative Law and India ? iz'u 4- fof/k ds 'kklu ds fl)kUr dks le>kb;s rFkk vk/kqfud iz’kklfud fof/k rFkk Hkkjr esa bldh izklafxdrk vkSj ;ksxnku dh foospuk dhft, \ Q. 5. “All court are Tribunals but all Tribunals are not courts.” Comment and explain the position of administrative Tribunals in India. iz'u 5- fjV D;k gS ^^lHkh U;k;ky; vf/kdj.k gS fdUrq lHkh vf/kdj.k U;k;ky; ugha gSA^^ leh{kk dhft;s ,oa Hkkjr esa iz’kklfud vf/kdj.kksa dh fLFkfr dh O;k[;k dhft;sA Q. 6. What is Writ ? State the various kinds of writs that can be issued by the supreme court and differentiate between the mandamus and certiorari writs. iz'u 6- mPpre U;k;ky; }kjk tkjh dh tk ldus okyh fjVksa dk mYys[k dhft, vkSj ^ijekns’k fjV^ rFkk ^mRizs"k.k fjV^ esa varj Li"V dhft;sA Q. 7. Write short notes on any two of the following— (1) Dorit Administratif ( 2 ) Henry VIII clause (3) Judicial review (4) Central vigilance commission iz'u 7- fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdUgha nks ij laf{kIr fVIif.k;ka fyf[k;s&
¼1½ MªkWbV ,MfefuLVªsfVQ ¼2½ gsujh v"B~e Dykt~ ¼3½ U;kf;d iqufoZyksdu ¼4½ dsUnzh; lrdZrk vk;ksx
Q. 8. Distinguish between the sovereign function and non-sovereign functions and determine the exfent of state liabilityin torts ? Contract also discuss the case law at the relvenat place. iz'u 8- lkoZHkkSe dk;Z ,oa xSj&lkoZHkkSe dk;ksZa ds e/; varj dks Li"V djrs gq, nq"d`R;ksa ds fy, o lafonk ds fy, jkT; dk nkf;Ro fu:i.k dhft,A ;FkkLFkku ij fu.khZr oknksa dk gokyk Hkh nhft,A
Q. 9. What is the doctrine of separation of powers and “The Indian constitution has not indeed recognized the doctrine of separation of power in its obsolute rigidity but the functions of the different branches of the government have been sufficiently differenlialed”. Discuss. iz'u 9- 'kkfDr i`FkDdj.k dk fl)kUr D;k gS \ vkSj ^^Hkkjr dk lafo/kku 'kfDr;ksa ds iw.kZ o dBksj i`FkDdj.k ds fl)kUr dks Lohdkj ugha djrk gS] fQj Hkh ljdkj ds fofHkUu vaxksa ds dk;ksZa esa i;kZIr i`FkDdj.k izdV dj nh x;h gSA^^ O;k[;k dhft,A
Q. 10. What do understand by ombudsman ? Discuss the origin, development and siginificance of ombudsman in context of Indian Society. iz'u 10- yksdiky ¼vkSEcqM~eSu½ ls vki D;k le>rsa gS \ yksdiky ds mn~~Hko fodkl vkSj mi;ksfxrk dks Hkkjr ds lanHkZ esa Li"V dhft,A
Q. 11. Write short notes on any two of following—
(1) Sub-delegation, (2) Judicial control over delegated legislation (3) Public corporation in India. iz'u 11- fdUgha nks ij fVIi.kh fy[kks&
¼1½ mi&izR;k;kstu] ¼2½ izR;k;ksftr fo/kku ij U;kf;d fu;a=.k ¼3½ Hkkjr esa yksd fuxeA

LL.B – II
Law of Taxation (VIII Paper) uksV%& fuEufyf[kr iz’u dsoy vuqeku gS bu ij iw.kZr% fuHkZj ugh jgsaA
Q. 1. Define Income under Income Tax Act. 1961. Discuss the various heads into which assessable income is classified for the perpose of Income Tax. iz’u 1- vk;dj vf/kfu;e] 1961 ds varxZr vk; dks ifjHkkf"kr dhft;sA vk;dj ds iz;kstu dj ;ksX; vk; dks oxhZd`r djus okys 'kh"kZdks dh foospuk dhft;sA
Q. 2. Residence and not citizenship is the criteria for taxability under the Income Tax Act. comment and discuss the criteria of residence for individual and Hindu undivided family. iz’u 2- Hkkjrh; vk;dj fof/k ds vUrxZr djns;rk dh dlkSVh vkokl gSa] u fd ukxfjdrkA O;f"V vkSj fgUnw vfoHkkftr ifjokj dh fuokl dh dlkSVh dh fVIi.kh ,oa foospuk dhft;sA
Q. 3.Explain the provisions of Income Tax Act relating to the ‘set off and carry forward of losses.” iz’u 3- ^gkfu;ksa dh iwfrZ ,oa vkxs ys tkus^ ds laca/k esa vk;dj vf/kfu;e ds izko/kkuksa dks le>kb;sA
Q. 4. Critically evaluate the powers procedures and jurisdicition of Income Tax. Authorities as laid down in the Income tax Act. 1961. iz’u 4- vk;dj vf/kfu;e] 1961 esa mYysf[kr Lo:i ds vuqlkj vk;dj vf/kdkfj;ksa dh 'kfDr;ksa] {ks=kf/kdkj vkSj muds }kjk viuk;h tkus okyh izfØ;k dk vkykspukRed ewY;kdau dhft;sA
Q. 5. Write a short but analytical not on “Different Types of Assessment”. iz'u 5- ^^dj fu/kkZj.k ds fofHkUu izdkj^^ fo"k; ij ,d laf{kIr fdUrq fo’ys"k.kkRed ys[k fyf[k,A
Q. 6. Whether the decision of Income Tax Appellate Tribunal is final ? What remedy is available against its decision ? Explain. iz’u 6- D;k vk;dj vihysV fVC;wuy }kjk fn;k x;k fu.kZ; vfUre gksrk gS \ blds fu.kZ; ds fo:) D;k mipkj miyC/k gSa \ Li"V dhft;sA
Q.7. Discuss the provisions and procedure relating to registration of dealers under Central Sales Tax Act, 1956. iz’u 7- dsUnzh; fcØhdj vf/kfu;e] 1956 ds varxZr O;kikfj;ksa ds iathdj.k ls lacaf/kr izko/kkuksa ,oa izfØ;k dk mYys[k dhft,A
Q. 8. How would you determine the following under central sales tax Act–
(1) Inter-Sate Sale (2) Sales outside the state (3) Sales in the course of Import and Export ? iz’u 8- dsUnzh; fcØh dj vf/kfu;e ds vUrxZr fuEu dk fu/kkZj.k fdl izdkj fd;k tk,xk&
¼1½ vUrjkZT;d foØ; ¼2½ jkT; ds ckgj foØ; ¼3½ vk;kr ,oa fu;kZr ds varxZr foØ;
Q. 9. Explain in detail the legal provisions perataining to powers of Sales Tax Officer in Rajasthan for inspection and search. iz’u 9- jktLFkku esa foØ; dj vf/kdkjh ds fujh{k.k ,oa ryk’kh laca/kh fof/kd izko/kkuksa dks iw.kZ :i ls le>kb;sA
Q. 10. Write short notes on any tw o of the following—
(1) Best Judgement Assessment under Raj. Sales Tax Act. 1994.
(2) Difference between penalty and prosecution under Income tax Act. 1961.
(3) Relief in respect of Income Tax.
(4) Appeal and revision under Raj. Sales Tax Act. 1994. iz'u 10- fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdUgha nks ij laf{kIr fVIi.kh fy[kks&
¼1½ loksZRre dj fu/kkZj.k] varxZr jkt- foØ; dj vf/kfu;eA
¼2½ vk;dj vf/k- ds varxZr ^’kkfLr^ ,oa ^vfHk;kstu^ esa varjA
¼3½ ^vk;dj ds laca/k esa jkgr^^ fo"k; ij laf{kIr fVIi.kh fyf[k;sA
¼4½ vihy rFkk iqujh{k.k lca/kh izko/kku jkt- fcØh dj vf/kfu;eA

LL.B – II Professional Ethic (IX Paper) uksV%& fuEufyf[kr iz’u dsoy vuqeku gS bu ij iw.kZr% fuHkZj ugh jgsaA
Q.1. What is meant by professional ethics. Discuss its significance in the field of law with special reference to advocacy. iz'u 1- o`fRrd lnkpkj dk D;k vFkZ gS \ bldh fof/k {ks= esa egRrk dk] odkyr ds fof’k"V ifjizs{; esa foospu dhft,A
Q.2. State the constitution, duties and functions of the Bar Council of a State. iz'u 2- jkT; fof/kK ifj"kn dh lajpuk] dRrZO;ksa ,oa d`R;ksa dh O;k[;k dhft,A
Q.3. State the constitution, duties and functions of the Bar Council of India. iz'u 3- Hkkjrh; fof/kK ifj"kn dh lajpuk] mRrjknkf;Roksa ,oa d`R;ksa dks crkb;sA
Q.4. Discuss and illustrate the duties of on advocate towards the court his client, fellow-advocates and the public. iz'u 4- n`"Vkar nsrs gq, ,d vf/koDrk dk U;k;ky; vius i{kdkj] lg;ksxh vf/koDrx.k rFkk turk ds izfr dRrZO;ksa dh foospuk dhft,A
Q.5. State the qualification for enrolment as on Advocate on the rolls of the State Bar Council. How can an Advocate get his name transferred from the Rolls of one State Bar Council to another ? iz'u 5- jkT; fof/kK ifj"kn dh lwph esa ,d vf/koDrk ds :i esa ukekadu djkus dh vgZrk,¡ crkb;sA ,d vf/koDrk dk jkT; fof/kK ifj"kn dh lwph esa ls viuk uke vU; jkT; fof/kK ifj"kn esa fdl izdkj vUrfjr dj ldrk gS \
Q.6. What is understand by professional Misconduct ? State in brief the procedure laid down uner the Advocates Act, 19 61 to deal with the professional misconduct of an Advocate. What are the remedies available to an Advocate who has been punished for professional misconduct. iz'u 6- o`fRrd&nqjkpj.k ls D;k le>k tkrk gS \ ,d vf/koDrk ds o`fRrd&nqjkpj.k ij vf/koDrk vf/kfu;e] 1961 ds vUrxZr nh xbZ izfØ;k dk la{ksi esa mYys[k dhft;sA ,d vf/koDrk ftls jkT; fof/kK ifj"kn~ }kjk nafMr fd;k tk pqdk gS mls D;k mipkj miyC/k gS \
Q.7. The Bar and the Bench are the two indivisible wheels of a chariot that help in administrering Justice to the aggrieved discuss. iz'u 7- fof/kK&la?k ,oa U;k;ihB] ihfM+r O;fDr dks U;k; iznRr djus esa lgk;d jFk ds nks vfHkUu pØ gSaA O;k[;k dhft,A
Q. 8. Define contempt of court. How does civil contempt differ with criminal contempt ? What is the punishment provided under the contempt of courts act, 1971 for committing contempt of court ? Describe the exceptions of contempt of court. iz'u 8- U;k;ky; voeku dks ifjHkkf"kr dhft;sA flfoy voekuuk] vijkf/kd voekuuk ls fdl izdkj fHkUu gS \ U;k;ky; voekuuk vf/kfu;e] 1971 ds vUrxZr U;k;ky; voekuuk djus ij n.Mkns’k D;k gSa \ rFkk U;k;ky; dh voekuuk ds voekuuk ds vioknksa dk mYys[k dhft,A
Q.9 Write short notes on any three of the following :—
(1) Right of pre-audience (2) Attorney General of India (3) Contempt of its own court.
(4) Court on Record. (5) Advocate General iz'u 9- laf{kIr fVIi.kh fyf[k,&
¼1½ lquokbZ dk iwoZ&vf/kdkj ¼2½ Hkkjr dk egkU;k;oknh ¼3½ Lo;a vius U;k;ky; dk voeku
¼4½ vfHkys[k U;k;ky; ¼5½ egkf/koDrk
Q.10. Distinguish between any two of the following :—
(1) Civil and Criminal contempt, (2) Contempt of court and Defamation, (3) Courts of Record and Subordinate Courts, (4) Bar Council of India and State Bar Council iz'u 10- fuEu esa ls fdUgha nks esa vUrj crkb;s&
¼1½ flfoy ,oa vkijkf/kd voeku] ¼2½ U;k;ky; voeku ,oa ekugkfu] ¼3½ vfHkys[k U;k;ky; ,oa v/khuLFk U;k;ky;
¼4½ Hkkjrh; fof/kK ifj"kn ,oa jkT; fof/kK ifj"kn
Q.11. State in brief the facts, issues raised, arguments and the principles of law laid down in the case discussed in the Moot Court held in your college. iz'u 11- vkids fo|ky; esa ftl izdj.k dh ewd&U;k;ky; esa foospuk dh xbZ Fkh mlds rF;ksa dh okn dks ,oa rdksZa rFkk izfrikfnr U;k;&fl)kUrksa dks crkb;sA

LL.B – III
Law of Evidence (Paper I ) uksV%& fuEufyf[kr iz’u dsoy vuqeku gS bu ij iw.kZr% fuHkZj ugh jgsaA
Q. 1. Write a note on the scheme of Indian Evidence Act. 1872. Which of main three principles have been followed while codifying the Act ? How far these have been enforced in the Act ? Also discuss the application of the Evidence Act on various proceedings. iz’u 1- Hkkjrh; lk{; vf/kfu;e 1872 ij ,d fVIi.kh fyf[k;sA vf/kfu;e dks lafgrkc) djus esa dkSu&dkSu ls rhu fl)kUr vuqlfjr fd;s x;s gS\ os dgk¡ rd vf/kfu;e esa ykxw gSa \ ;g Hkh foospuk dhft;s fd lk{; vf/kfu;e fdu dk;Zokfg;ksa ij ykxw gS \
Q. 2. Facts which form part of the same transaction or which are the occasion cause or effect of fact in issue or which show notice preparation and previous and subsequent conduct are relevant explain and illustrate. iz’u 2- ^^rF; tks ,d laO;ogkj ds Hkkx gSa vFkok fook|d rF;ksa ds izlax gsrq ;k ifj.kke gSa vFkok tks gsrq] rS;kjh vkSj iwoZ ;k i’pkr~ ds vkpj.k gSa&lqlaxr gSA^^
Q. 3. What do you mean by confession ? Explain the necessary conditions for relevancy and admissibility of confession. A confession made to a police officer is not admissible. Explain the exceptions. iz’u 3- laLohd`fr ls vki D;k le>rs gSa \ laLohd`fr dh lqlaxrrk ,oa xzkg~;rk ds fy, vko’;d 'krksZa dks crkb;sA fdlh iqfyl vf/kdkjh dks nh x;h laLohd`fr lk{; esa xzkg~; ugha gSA bldks viokn lfgr le>kb;sA
Q. 4. “No Fact of which the Court will take judicial notice need be proved. Critically examine the above statement and state the facts of which court must take judicial notice. iz’u 4- ftl rF; dh U;k;ky; U;kf;d vosKk djsxk mls lkfcr djuk vko’;d ugha gSA^^ mi;qZDr dFku dk vkykspukRed ijh{k.k dhft;s vkSj os rF; crkb;s ftudh U;kf;d vos{kk U;k;ky; dks djuh pkfg,A
Q. 5. “Explain the statement that character evidence is the weakest evidence”. iz’u 5- ^^bl dFku dh foospuk dhft;s fd pfj= dk lk{; lcls detksj izd`fr dk lk{; gksrk gSA^^
Q. 6. What do you understand by ‘patent’ and latent’ ambiginty in the document. In what cases oral evidence way and many not be given to explain or amend ambigions documents ? iz’u 6- nLrkost ds ^izR;{k^ ,oa ^izR;{k lafnX/k^ ls vki D;k le>rs gSa\ fdu ekeyksa esa lafnX/kkFkZ nLRkkost dks Li"V djus ;k lq/kkjus gsrq ekSf[kd lk{; fn;k tk ldrk gS vkSj fdu esa ugha fn;k tk ldrk gS\
Q. 7. What is the burden of proof ? State the rules of determining on hwom the burden of proof will lie in a suit or proceedings ? iz’u 7- lcwr dk Hkkj D;k gS \ ,d okn ;k dk;Zokgh esa lcwr dk Hkkj fdl ij gksrk gS] blds fu/kkZj.k djus ds fu;eksa dks le>kb;sA
Q. 8. What is dying declaration ? Under which section it is relevant ? What is the credibility of dying declaration ? Is there any difference between the law of India and England ? It so, state the differences. iz’u 8- e`R;qdkyhu dFku D;k gS\ fdl /kkj esa ;g lqlaxr gS\ e`R;qdkyhu dFku dh fo’ouh;rk D;k gS\ D;k Hkkjr ,oa baXyS.M dh fof/k esa dksbZ varj gS \ ;fn gka rks varj crkb;sA
Q.9. Discuss why and how section 137 of Indian Evidence Act, 1872 is treated as the operation theatre of Evidence and witnesses in India. iz'u 9- D;ksa Hkkjrh; lk{; vf/kfu;e 1872 dh /kkjk 137 dks lk{; o lkf{k;ksa dh 'kY; iz;ksx’kkyk ¼vkijs’ku fFk;sVj½ Hkkjr esa dgk tkrk gS] foospu dhft;sA
Q. 10. “Improper admission is not by itself a ground for reversal of decision if there is other evidence to su pport it.” Support you answer with reasons. iz’u 10- ^^lk{; vuqfpr xzkg~;rk fdlh U;k;ky; ds fu.kZ; dks j) ugha dj ldrh ;fn mldh iqf"V ds fym vU; mfpr lk{; gksA^^ dkj.k lfgr mRrj nhft;sA
Q. 11. Write notes on any three of the following—
(1) Leading Question (2) Many presume shall presume (3)opnion of third party (4) Estoppel iz’u 11- fuEu esa ls fdUgha rhu ij fVIif.k;k¡ fyf[k;s&
¼1½ lwpd iz’u] ¼2½ mi/kkj.kk djsxk&mi.kkj.kk dj ldsxk] ¼3½ rhljs O;fDr dh jk;] ¼4½ foca/k
Q. 12. Case–¼1½ ikdy ukjk;.k Lokeh cuke lezkV AIR 1939 SC ¼2½ fuf’kdkUr >k cuke LVsV vkWQ fcgkj AIR 1939 SC

LL.B – III
Cr. Pc. 1973 (Paper II) uksV%& fuEufyf[kr iz’u dsoy vuqeku gS bu ij iw.kZr% fuHkZj ugh jgsaA iz’u 1- fuEu dks ifjHkkf"kr ,oa varj Li"V dhft,& ¼1½ ifjokn o izFke lwpuk fjiksVZ ¼2½ laKs; o vlaKs; ekeyk ¼3½ tekurh o vtekurh vijk/k ¼4½ 'k;uh; o v’k;uh; vijk/k ¼5½ tkap o fopkj.k Q. 1. Explain and distinguish between the following— (1) complaint and F.I.R. (2) Cognizable and Non-Cognizable (3) Bailable and Non-bailable (4) Compoundabel and Non-compoundable (5) Enquiry and Trial iz’u 2- n.M izfØ;k lafgrk ds vuqlkj fofHkUu n.M U;k;ky; ds xBu] dk;Z vkSj 'kfDr;ksa dk o.kZu dhft,A
Q.2. Describe the constitution, functions and powers of various courts according to the criminal procedur code-1973. iz’u 3- fdu ifjfLFkfr;ksa vkSj dkSu n-iz-la- 1973 dh /kkjk 125 ds v/khu Hkj.k&iks"k.k dh ekax dj ldrk gSA Hkj.k&iks"k.k ds vkns’k dk izorZu fdl izdkj fd;k tkrk gSA
Q.3. Under what circumstances and who can claim maintenance under section 125 of the Cr. P.C. 1973. How is the order of maintenance enforced ? iz’u 4- ^^izR;sd vijk/k dh tkap o fopkj.k mPp U;k;ky; }kjk dh tk;sxh ftldh vf/kdkfjrk esa vijk/k gqvk gSA^^ blds viokn crkvksaA
Q.4. Every of fence shall be enquired and Tried by a court within whose local hurisdiction its was committed. Explain exception. iz’u 5- vkjksi dks ifjHkkf"kr dhft,A vkjksi esa gqbZ xyrh dk D;k iz;ksx gksxk \ D;k vkjksi esa ifjorZu gks ldrk gSA
Q. 5. Define charge. What is the effect of error in charge ? Can court after charge. iz’u 6- izR;sd vijk/k ds fy, izR;sd vkjksi gksxk vkSj mldk fopkj.k Hkh i`Fkd fd;k tk;sxkA bl fu;e ds viokn D;k gS \
Q. 6. For every offence there shall be separate charge and shall be tried sperately. Explain exception. iz’u 7- fuEu ij laf{kIr fVIi.kh fy[kks&
¼1½ laf{kIr fopkj.k ¼2½ vihyh; U;k;ky; dh 'kfDr
¼3½ e`R;q lihKk ¼4½ mPp U;k;ky; dh vUrfuZfgr 'kfDr
Q. 7. Write a short not on the following—
(1) Summary trial (2) Interent power of HC (3) Inquest Report (4) Power of Appellate coures iz’u 8- l;u&dslvkSj okj.V dsl ds ijh{k.k dh izfØ;k esa varj crkvksa \
Q.8. Distinguish between summon case and warrant and their trial procedure. iz’u 9- vfxze tekur D;k gS\ bls dkSu iznku dj ldrk gSA vfxze tekur o tekur esa varj Li"V djksA
Q.9. Whatis anticipatory bail. Who can grant anticipat bail .Distinguish anticipatory bail and bar. iz’u 10- fd’kksj dkSu gS \ cky vijkf/k;ksa ds fy, fd’kksj U;k; cksMZ ds xBu o 'kfDr;ksa dks crkb,A
Q.10. Who is Juvenile ? Explain the composition and power of Juvenile Board. iz’u 11- ifjoh{kk D;k gS \ ifjoh{kk vf/kdkjh ds dk;Z ,oa dRrZO; crkb,A
Q. 11. What is Probation ? State the functions and duties of Probation officers.

LL.B – III Code of Civil Procedure & Limitation Act (Paper III) uksV%& fuEufyf[kr iz’u dsoy vuqeku gS bu ij iw.kZr% fuHkZj ugh jgsaA iz’u 1- vkKfIr dks ifjHkkf"kr dhft;sA vkKfIr ds vko';d rRo D;k gS\ vkKfIr vkSj vkns'k esa varj Li"V dhft;sA
Q.1. Define decree. What are the essentials elements of a decree ? Distinguish between a decree and a order. iz’u 2- izkax U;k; ,oa okn dk jksd fn;k tkuk ds izko/kkuksa dh foospuk dhft;sA
Q. 2. Explain the provisions of ‘Res Judicata’ and stay of suit. iz’u 3- ^oknks dk ogkW lfLFkr fd;k tkuk tgkW fo"k;oLrq fLFkr gS^^ O;k[;k dhft;sA
Q.3. Suits are to be I nstituted where subject matter situate. Comments. iz’u 4- lEeu dh izfroknh ij rkehy djus ds fofHkUu rjhdksa dks foLr`r :i ls le>kb;sA
Q. 4. Discuss fully the different modes of effective service of sum ons on defendants. iz’u 5- okn dk ,d i{kh; fuLrkj.k djus ls iwoZ ,d U;k;ky; izfdz;k lEcU/kh ikyu djus okys izko/kkuksa ds ckjs esa crkb;sA fdu ifjfLFkfr;ksa esa U;k;ky; ,d i{kh; fMØh dks fujLr dj ldrk gS\ foospuk dhft;sA
Q. 5. State the procedure steps to be taken by a court before it can proceed to decide a suit exparte, under what conditions a court can set aside an repartee decree ? Discusss. iz’u 6- dqdhZ ls D;k vfHkizk; gS\ vkKfIr ds fu"iknu esa fdu&fdu py o vpy lEifRr o oLrqvksa dh dqdhZ ugha dh tk ldrh gS\ foospuk dhft;sA
Q. 6. What is meant by attachment ? Which movable and immovable assets and things can not be attached in execution of adecree ? Discuss. iz’u 7- laf{kIr fVIi.kh&
1- vLFkk;h fu"ks/kkKk 2- fjlhojksa dh fu;qfDr 3- vkns’kksa ls vihy 4- vfdapu O;fDr 5-vUrjkfeokph okn 6- laf{kIr izfØ;k] 7- e/;orhZ ykHk] 8- vkKki= 9- okn dkj.k 10- foo/kkd
Q. 7. Short note—
1. Temporary injunction 2. Appointment of receiners 3. Appeal from orders 4. summary procedure 5. Interpleader suit 6. Summary procedure, 7. Mense profit 8. Precepts 9. cause of action 10. Issues. iz’u 8- fuEufyf[kr esa varj dhft;s&
1- vla;kstu ,oa dqla;kstu] 2- okn&i= dk ukeatwj fd;k tkuk ,oa okn dk fujLr fd;k tkuk] 3- funsZ’k ,oa iqujh{k.k] 4- eqtjk ,oa izfrnkok] 5- fu.kZ; ls iwoZ dqdhZ ,oa fu.kZ; ls iwoZ fxjQ~rkjh
Q. 8. Distinguish between the following—
1.Non-joinder and Mis-joinder of parties, 2. Rejection of plaint and dismisswal of a suit, 3. Reference and Revision, 4. Setoff and counter claim, 5. Attachment before judgement and arrest before judgement. iz’u 9- e;kZnk vf/kfu;e esa fof/kd v;ksX;rk,¡ D;k gS ftuds dkj.k le;kof/k c<+ ldrh gS\
Q. 9. What are the ‘Legal disabilities’ under which period of limitation can be extended ? iz’u 10- tc ,d ckj le; pyuk vkjEHk gks tkrk gS rks okn lafLFkr djus dh dksbZ i’pkrorhZ v;ksX;rk mls jksd ugha ldrhA bl fl)kUr dks mnkgj.k nsdj le>kb;sA
Q. 11. When once time has began to run no subsequent disability to institute a suit stop it. Explain the maxim with examples.

LL.B – III Land Law (Paper V ) uksV%& fuEufyf[kr iz’u dsoy vuqeku gS bu ij iw.kZr% fuHkZj ugh jgsaA
Q. 1. Explain the various provisions relating to reveision of rent under Rajasthan Rent Control Act, 2001. iz’u 1- jktLFkku fdjk;k fu;a=.k vf/k- 2001 esa fn;s x;s fdjk;s ds iqujh{k.k ls lEcfU/kr izko/kkuksa dh foospuk dhft;sA
Q. 2. Explain the various provisons relating to Eviction of Tenant. iz’u 2- fdjk;snkjksa dh csn[kyh ls lEcfU/kr izko/kkuksa dh foospuk dhft;sA
Q.3. What are different classes of tenants as mentioned in the Rajasthan Tenancy Act, 1955 ? Give details of Khatedar tenant and also mention the lands on which khatedari Rights shall not accoure. iz’u 3- jktLFkku dk’rdkjh vf/k- 1955 esa of.kZr vklfe;ksa dh fofHkUu Jsf.k;k¡ dkSulh gS \ [kkrsnkj vklkeh dk foLr`r fooj.k nsrs gq, mu Hkwfe;ksa dk mYys[k dhft;s] ftu ij [kkrsnkjh vf/kdkj izkIr ugha gksaxs \
Q. 4. Discuss the circumstances in which a tenant can be ejected from his holding. What semedies are available against wrongful ejectment under Rajasthan Tenancy Act, 1955 ? iz’u 4- ,d d`"kd dks mldh tksr ls vyx ;k csn[ky fdu&fdu ifjfLFkfr;ksa esa fd;k tk ldrk gS \ foospuk dhft;sA jktLFkku dk’rdkjh vf/k- 1955 ds vUrxZr nks"kiw.kZ csn[kyh ds fo:} D;k mipkj miyC/k gS \
Q.5. What are the powers and functions of the Board of Revenue ? iz’u 5- jktLo eaM+y ds vf/kdkjksa ,oa dRrZO;ksa dk o.kZu dhft;sA
Q. 6. Briefly explain the different modes of recovery of arrears of land revenue. iz’u 6- cdk;k Hkw&jktLo dh olwyh ds fofHkUu rjhdksa dk la{ksi esa foospu dhft;sA
Q.7. Descrive in brief the various classes of Revenue Courts and their original, inherent, additional and appellate powers. iz’u 7- jktLo U;k;ky;ksa dh fofHkUu Jsf.k;ksa vkSj mudh ewy] vUrfuZfgr] vfrfjDr o vihyh; ’kfDr;ksa dk laf{kIr o.kZu dhft,A
Q. 8. Examine in brief the procedure to be followed by and the functions, duties and powers of the Land Record officer during the course of survey and record operations. iz'u 8- losZ{k.k ,oa vfHkys[k ds nkSjku Hkw&vfHkys[k vf/kdkjh }kjk vuqlfjr izfØ;k rFkk mlds dk;ksZ] dRrZO;ksa rFkk ’kfDr;ksa dk la{ksi esa ijh{k.k dhft;sA
Q.9. What do yo u understand by settlement ? Explain the duties and functions of a settlement officer. iz'u 9- cankscLr ls vki D;k le>rs gS\ cankscLr vf/kdkjh ds nkf;Ro vkSj dk;ksZa dh O;k[;k dhft;sA
Q. 10. What is Mutation ? Discuss its procedure. iz'u 10- ukekUrj.k D;k gS \ bldh izfdz;k dh foospuk dht;sA
Q. 11. Define Any five of the following—
(1) Pasture land — xzkspj Hkwfe (2) Improvement — lq/kkj (3) Nalbat — ukycV
(4) Grove land — miou Hkwfe (5) Crops — Qly (6) Amenities — lq[k&lqfo/kk,¡
(7) Tenant— fdjk;snkj
Q. 12. State the facts, decision and principal of law laid down in state prabhu v/s Ramdeo AIR 1966 S.C. 172. iz'u 12- izHkq cuke jkenso ,-vkbZ-vkj- 1966 ,l-lh- 172 ds rF;] i{kdkjksa ds rdZ ,oa izfrikfnr fl)kUrksa dh foospuk dhft;sA

LL.B – III Interpretations of Statues (VI Paper) uksV%& fuEufyf[kr iz’u dsoy vuqeku gS bu ij iw.kZr% fuHkZj ugh jgsaA iz’u 1- fuoZpu ls vki D;k le>rs gS\ fuoZpu ,oa vFkkZUo;u esa varj Li"V dhft,A la{ksi esa fuoZpu ds vk/kkjHkwr fl)kUrksa dh O;k[;k dhft,A
Q. 1. What do you man by interpretation ? Distnguish between I nterpretation and construction. Discuss in brief the basic reles of Interpretation. iz’u 2- fu.khZr oknksa dh lgk;rk ls 'kkfCnd vkSj O;kdjf.kd fuoZpu ds fu;e dks Li"V dhft,A
Q. 2. Explain the literal or grammatical rule of interprtion with help of decided case. iz’u 3- fuoZpu djrs le; U;k;ky;ksa dks fjf"V dks nckus rFkk mipkj dks vxzlj djus dk iz;Ru djuk pkfg,A fuf.kZr oknksa dh lgk;rk ls O;k[;k dhft,A
Q. 3. The court while interprcting should try to suppress the mischief and advance the remedy. Expalin with the help of decided cases. iz’u 4- ^^fdlh vf/kfu;fer dk fuoZpu djrs le; U;k;ky; mlds izkd`frd vFkZ dks bl lhek rd :ikUrfjr dj ldrk gS ftlls mldh fujFkZdrk vFkok d"V lekIr gks tk,A^^ fuf.kZr oknksa dh lgk;rk ls foospuk dhft,A
Q. 4. “While interpreting an enactment the court may modify its natural meaning t osuch an extent to avoid absurdity or hardship.” Comment with the help of decided cases. iz’u 5- fuf.kZr oknksa dh lgk;rk ls fuoZpu ds vkUrfjd o ckg~; lgk;d midj.kksa dh la{ksi esa O;k[;k dhft,A
Q. 5. Explain in brief the Internal and Exernal aids to interpretation with the help of decided cases. iz’u 6 fuf.kZr oknksa dh lgk;rk ls lafo/kku ls lEcfU/kr fuoZpu ds fl)kUrksa dh la{ksi esa O;k[;k dhft,A
Q. 6. Explain in brief the principles of interpretation in relation to constitution with the help of decided cases. iz’u 7- ^^izR;k;ksftr 'kfDr dk vkSj vkxs izR;k;kstu ugha gks ldrkA^^ fuf.kZr oknksa dh lgk;rk ls bldh O;k[;k djrs gq, viokn crkb;sA
Q. 7. “Delegates nonpotest delegare.” Explain this rule with the help of decided cases alongwith its exceptions. iz’u 8- fuEu esa ls fdUgha nks ij laf{kIr fVIi.kh fyf[k, %&
1- lkgp;sZ.k Kk;rs 2- vkns’kkRed vkSj funs’kkRed vf/kfu;e 3- fgrizn vFkkZUo;u
Q. 8. Write short notes on any two of the following-
1. Noscitur a Sociis 2. Mandatory and Directory exactments, 3. Beneficial construction iz’u 9- mipkjkRed fo/kku dk vFkkZUo;u dSls fd;k tkrk gS \ fuf.kZr oknksa dh lgk;rk ls le>kb;sA
Q. 9. How the remedial stutue interpreted ? Explain with decided cases. iz'u 10- vkyexhj cuke fcgkj jkt] ,vkbZvkj 1959 ,llh 436 ds okn ds rF;] i{kdkjksa ds rdZ] fu.kZ; ,oa izfrikfnr fl)kUr dk mYys[k dhft,A Q.10. Write facts, arguments of the parties, judgement and principle of la laid down in the case of Alamgir V/s State of Bihar AIR 1959, SC 436.

LL.B – III
Environmental Law (Paper VII )
Q. 1. Judicial activism has take maximum care of environment protection. Discuss with the help of decided cases. iz'u 1- U;kf;d lfUu;rk esa i;kZoj.k laj{k.k dh vf/kdre lkj laHkky dh gS \ mDr dFku dh fuf.kZr oknksa dh lgk;rk ls foospuk dhft,A
Q.2. What are thepowes of central govt. of prevent control and abate the environmental pollution. iz'u 2 i;kZoj.k iznw"k.k ds fuokj.k fu;a=.k o 'keu ds fy, dsUnzh; ljdkj dh D;k 'kfDr;ka izkIr gSA
Q.3. Disucss the provisions of the Enviourment (prpte) act 1986 regarding the penalties aid ofference by companies and gove. departments. iz'u 3- i;kZoj.k laj.k vf/k- 1986 ds vUrZxr n.M o dEiuh o ljdkj ds foHkkxksa }kjk fd, x, vijk/kksa ls lacaf/kr izko/kkuksa dh foospuk dhft,A
Q.4. Discuss the courtifution powes and function of state boards under the air. Presention and control of population Act. 1981. iz'u 4 ok;q iznw"k.k fuokj.k fu;a=.k vf/k- 1981 ds vUrxZr jkT; cksMZ dh ’kfDr;ks lajpuk o dk;ksZa dh foospuk djsaA
Q.5. What restrictions can be imposed other use of certaicen industrial plants in the air pollution control areas undr the air (prev. cont. of Pollution) Act 1981. Discuss. iz'u 5 ok;q iznw"k.k ¼fuok- fu;a=.k½ vf/k- 1981 ds vUrxZr ok;q {ks= ds Hkhrj vkS|ksfxd la;a= ds mi;ksx ij D;k fucZU/k yxk, tk ldrs gSaA foospuk djsaA
Q.6. Water Preven. Act. 1974 does not prohibited water pollution it mercify seeks to regulated the water pollution discuss ? iz'u 6- ty iznw"k.k fuok- fu;a=.k vf/k- 1974 ty iznw"k.k fuf"kn ugha djrkA ;s dsoy ty iznw"k.k ds fu;eu dk iz;kl djrk gSA foospuk djsaA
Q.7. Disscuss the powes of state boards for prevention and control of water pollution under water pollution undet water (pre. cont.) act 1974. iz'u 7- ty iznw"k.k ¼fuok- vf/k-½ 1974 ds vUrZxr ty iznw"k.k dh jksdFkke ,oa fu;a=.k gsrq jkT; cksMZ dh 'kfDr;ksa dh foospuk dhft,A
Q.8. What do you understand by noise pollution how is noise pollution control by the noise control act 1963. Explaine. iz'u 8- /ofu iznw"k.k ls vki D;k le>rs gS /ofu fu;a=.k vf/k- 1963 }kjk /ofu iznw"k.k ij fu;a=.k dSls fd;k tk ldrk gS\
Q.9. Discuss the specific prov. of Indian constitution which are related to prof. of enviorment. iz'u 9- Hkkjrh; lafo/kku ds mu izko/kku dh foospuk tks i;kZoj.k laj{k.k ls lacaf/kr gS \
Q.10. State the brief facts and discuss the principles of law laid down in this case : Charan Lal Sahu AIR, 1990 S.C. 1480. iz'u 10- fuEufyf[kr okn ds laf{kIr rF; ,oa mlesa izfrikfnr fof/k ds fl)kUrksa dh foospuk dhft, % pj.k yky lkgw,-vkbZ-vkj- 1990 ,l-lh- 1480-

L. L.B – III
Criminology & Penology (Paper 8) uksV%& fuEufyf[kr iz’u dsoy vuqeku gS bu ij iw.kZr% fuHkZj ugh jgsaA
Q. 1. What is white collar crime ? What are the causes of white collar crime ? What suggstions will you make to control it ? iz'u 1 'osriks’k D;k vijk/k gS\ 'osriks’k vijk/kksa ds D;k dkj.k gS\ bldks jksdus ds fy, vki D;k lq>ko nsaxs \
Q. 2. Define and explain the importance of criminology whether it is a science ? Discuss. iz'u 2- vijk/k’kkL= dh ifjHkk"kk nsrs gq, blds egRo dks le>kb;sA D;k vijk/k’kkL= foKku gS \ foospuk dhft;sA
Q. 3. What Factors are mainly responsible for Juvenile Delinquency ? What steps should be taken to reform juvenile offenders ? iz'u 3- cky&vipkj ds fy, dkSu ls rRo eq[; :i ls mRrjknk;h gSa \ cky&vipkfjrk dks lq/kkjus ds fy, dkSu ls lk/ku viukus pkfg,A”
Q. 4. Define intoxication. Explain the relationship between intoxication and crime . Explain the effects of intoxication on the society. iz'u 4- e|iku dks ifjHkkf"kr dhft,A e|iku ,oa vijk/k ds chp lEcU/k crkb;sA e|iku dk lekt ij D;k izHkko iM+rk gS \ le>kb;sA
Q. 5. What is ‘Probation”? How does it d if f er from parole ? Specify the types of offenders for whom you willrecommend probation. Explain. iz'u 5- ifjoh{kk D;k gS \ ;g iSjksy ls fdl izdkj fHkUu gS \ fdl izdkj ds vijkf/k;ksa ds fy, vki ifjoh{kk dh flQkfj’k djsaxs \ le>kb;sA
Q. 6. What are the different theories of punishment ? Give your views on the ab olition of capital punishment. iz'u 6- n.M+ ds fofHkUu fl)kUr D;k gS \ e`R;qn.M+ lekIr fd;s tkus ds ckjs esa vius fopkj nhft;sA
Q. 7. Why is Lombroso regarded as father of modern criminology ? iz'u 7- yksEczkslks dh vk/kqfud vijk/k’kkL= dk tud D;ksa ekuk tkrk gS \
Q. 8. “Prevention of crime is an effective method of prevent commission of crime.” Are you satisfied with the efforts made in this field in India ? Comment. iz'u 8- ^vijk/k&fujks/k vijk/k jksdus dk ,d l’kDr rjhdk gSA^^ D;k vki bl {ks= esa Hkkjr esa fd;s x;s iz;klka ls larq"V gS \ O;k[;k dhft;sA
Q. 9. Explain in detail whether our present system of administration of criminal justice requires drastic reforms or not. Give reasons support of your answer. iz'u 9- foLrkj ls le>kb;s fd gekjh nkf.Md U;k; iz’kklu dh orZeku iz.kkyh esa vkewypwy lq/kkjksa dh vko’;drk gS vFkok ughaA vius mRrj dks dkj.k lfgr nhft;sA
Q. 10. Write notes on the following — fuEu ij fVIif.k;kW fyf[k;s& (a) Open Jail ¼[kqyh tsy½
(b) Female offenders ¼efgyk vijk/kh½ (c) Borstal School ¼cksLVZy fo|ky;½ (d) Effect of mass Media on Criminology ¼lapkj ek/;eksa dk vkijkf/kdrk ij izHkko½ (e) Classical School ¼’kkL=h; fopkj/kkjk½ (f) Role of polic in prevention of crime ¼vijk/kksa ds fuokj.k esa iqfyl dh Hkwfedk½

LL.B – III
Drafting, Pleading & Conveyance (IX Paper) uksV%& fuEufyf[kr iz’u dsoy vuqeku gS bu ij iw.kZr% fuHkZj ugh jgsaA
Q. 1 What do yoe mean by pleading ? Discuss its essential element. When can the court reject of plaint ? iz’u 1- vfHkopu ls vki D;k le>rs gSa \ blds vko’;d rRoksa dh foospuk dhft;sA U;k;ky; ,d okn i= dc fujLr dj ldrk gS\
Q. 2. What are the rules it amendment of pleading ? upto what stage of a case can the pleading be amended ? iz’u 2- vfHkopu ds la’kks/ku ds fu;e D;k gS \ okn ds fdl Lrj rd vfHkopu dks la’kksyu fd;k tk ldrk gS\
Q. 3. Draft a plaintfor recovery of loan based on Promissory Note. iz'u 3 opu i= ij vk/kkfjr _.k olwyh dk okn i= rS;kj dhft,A
Q. 4. Draft a Legal notice on behalf of a landlard to a tenant to vacate the renfed premises and realization of areas of rent assuming necessary facts. iz'u 4- vko’;d rF;ksa dh vo/kkj.kk djrs gq, ,d edku ekfyd dh vksj ls fdjk;snkj dks fdjk;k ifjlj dks [kkyh djkus ,oa cdk;k fdjk;k olwy djus ds fy, fn, tkus okys fof/kd uksfVl dk izk:i cukb;sA
Q. 5. Draft a petition of behalf of a husband to seek restitution at conjugal rights. iz’u 5- vko’;d rF;ksa dh vo/kkj.kk djrs gq, ,d ifr dh vksj ls nkEiR; vf/kdkjksa ds izR;kLFkkiu gsrq ,d ;kfpdk dk izk:i cukb;sA
Q. 6. Write short note on any two of the following—
(1) Special power of Attorney (2) Inter-locutory Application (3) Promissory note (4) Rent Deed iz'u 6- fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdUgha nks ij laf{kIr fVIif.k;ka fyf[k;s&
¼1½ eq[rkjukek [kkl ¼2½ vUrjorhZ vkosnu ¼3½ opu i= ¼4½ fdjk;kukek Q.7. Draft a partnership deed assuming essential facts. iz'u 7- vko’;d rF;ksa dh vo/kkj.kk djrs gq, ,d Hkkxhnkjh foys[k dk izk:i crkb;sA Q. 8. Assuming necessary facts draft a petition on behalf at a husband who want to seek from his wilf on gound of cruelty. iz'u 8- vko’;d rRoksa dh /kkj.kk djrs gq, ,d ifr dh vksj ls ,d ;kfpdk dk izk:I rS;kj dhft;s ftlesa og iRuh dh Øwjrk ds vkpkj ij fookg&foPNsn izkIr djuk pkgrk gSA
Q. 9 Assuming necessary facts draft a ‘wrif petition’ at Mandamus. iz'u 9- vko’;d rF;ksa dks dYiuk djrs gq, ^ijekns’k ;kfpdk^dk ,d izk:i cukb;sA
Q. 10. Short notes—1. Coplaint 2. Appile iz’u 10 laf{kIr fVIi.kh&1- ifjokn 2- vihy…...

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