Higher Judicial Service preparation- MCQs 4th Set 1-What is contract of indemnity: A. A contract by which one party promises to save any third party from loss caused to that party […]
468. Bar to taking cognizance after lapse of the period of limitation in criminal matter
(1)Except as otherwise provided elsewhere in this Code, no Court, shall take cognizance of an offence of the category specified in sub-section (2), after the expiry of the period of limitation.
(2)The period of limitation shall be-
(a)six months, if the offence is punishable with fine only;
(b)one year, if the offence is punishable with imprisonment for a term not exceeding one year;
(c)three years, if the offence is punishable with imprisonment for a term exceeding one year but not exceeding three years.
(3)For the purposes of this section, the period of limitation, in relation to offences which may be tried together, shall be determined with reference to the offence which is punishable with the more severe punishment or, as the case may be, the most severe punishment.
Criminology: Definition and Scope; Criminology and other Social Sciences; Criminology
vs. Criminal Justice. Structure of Criminal Justice System in India; Role of Legislature
and Law making; Coordination among Criminal Justice System. Participation of Victims
and Witnesses in the Criminal Justice Process. Crime Prevention: Neighbourhood
Involvement, Situational Crime Prevention, Crime Prevention through Environmental
Design (CPTED), Electronic Monitoring.
Solved Objective question[MCQ] paper for Preliminary Exam: Higher Judicial Service 2020- 1st Set Objective question[MCQ] paper for Preliminary Exam: Higher Judicial Service-2nd Set Solved Objective questions[MCQs]-Preliminary Exam: Higher Judicial Service-3rd set Solved […]
1- Democracy and Federalism are essential features of our Constitution and basic feature of its structure. This observation was made in S.R. Bommai vs. Union of India by the Judge. (A) Justice […]
1- The protection of Human Rights Act in India was enacted in the year (A) 1993 (B) 1994 (C) 1995 (D) 1996 Answer: (A)
1- Dying declaration is to be preferably recorded by (A) Doctor (B) Police (C) Magistrate (D) Jury Member Answer: (C)
1- In Ramamurthy vs. State of Karnataka the Supreme Court of India has given direction for. (A) Juvenile justice reforms (B) Prison reforms (C) Judicial reforms (D) Police reforms Answer: (D)
1- Clause (4) of Article 15 has been added to the Constitution by (A) The Constitution First Amendment Act.(B) The Constitution Second Amendment Act(C) The Constitution Fourth Amendment Act.(D) The Constitution Sixth […]
1- The Supreme Court held in which of the following cases that preamble is not the part of the Constitution of India (A) Berubari case (B) A. K. Gopalan case (C) Balaji […]
A legal practitioner or a registered trade mark agent or a person in the sole and regular employment of the principal can sign on behalf of a person making an application, notice or request u/s 145.
The Patents Act, 1970 was amended in 1999, 2002 and finally in 2005 to provide for product patents in chemicals, pharmaceuticals, food and agro-chemicals and bring in other necessary amendments in line with Trade Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS). Patents Rules have been commensurately amended, initially as Patent Rules, 2003, which were further amended in 2005, 2006, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2016, 2017 and 2019. India became signatory to Patent
Cooperation Treaty (PCT) in 1998. Consequently, patent filing in India, including National Phase
applications under PCT, has increased exponentially. Indian Patent Office is a major PCT filing
country and also functions as ISA/IPEA under PCT.
The Arbitration and Conciliation Act 1996 MCQs 1.Delay, unpredictability and cost are considered as three main enemies of efficient administration of justice. a. yesb. noc. can not be said 2-The litigants are […]
Criminology consists of three principal divisions, as follows; [a) the sociology of law, which is an attempt at scientific analysis of the conditions under which criminal laws develop and which is seldom included in general books on criminology; (b) criminal aetiology, which is an attempt at scientific analysis of the causes of crime; and
c) penology, which is concerned with the control of crime. The term “penology” is unsatisfactory because this division includes many methods of control which are not penal in character.
Criminology is the body of knowledge regarding crime as a social phenomenon. It includes within its scope the proce.sses of making laws, of breaking laws, and of reacting toward the breaking of laws. These processes are three aspects of a somewhat unified sequence of interactions.
1. In a certain code, SIKKIM is written as THLJJL, how is TRAINING written in that code ? SQBHOHOF UQBHOIOF UQBHOHOI UQBHOHOF 2. CUP : LIP :: BIRD : ? BUSH GRASS […]
The West Bengal Land Reform Act 1955 Right answer appears as green 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. […]
1. Marriages which are irregular under the Sunni law, under the Shia law, the same are void marriages valid marriages voidable marriages either valid or void as decided by the Qazi. 2. […]
1. Offsprings of a Muslim woman marrying second husband shall be legitimate illegitimate but can be legitimised by subsequent acknowledgement illegitimate and cannot be legitimised by any subsequent acknowledgement either (a) or […]
1. Essential requirements of Muslim marriage are ijab qabul both ijab and qabul either ijab or qabul. 2. Witnesses to the marriage have been provided under Hanafi law Shiite law both (a) […]