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Legal Aptitude and Reasoning Questions for CLAT

Legal Aptitude and Reasoning Online Test
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Legal Aptitude Online Practice Test for CLAT and other LLB Entrance exam.

Legal Awareness and Legal Reasoning

Question 1
The age to exercise franchise was reduced from 21 years to 18 years by
A
72nd amendment
B
42nd amendment
C
44th amendment
D
61st amendment
Question 2
In the Indian federal system, residuary powers rest with the
A
Centre government
B
Local government
C
State government
D
Judiciary
Question 3
Which among the following is not created by the Constitution
A
Election Commission
B
Planning Commission
C
Finance Commission
D
UPSC
Question 4
The authority to alter the boundaries of state in India rests with
A
President
B
State government
C
Parliament
D
Prime Minister
Question 5
Right to Property was removed from Fundamental Rights by which amendment
A
25th
B
29th
C
42nd
D
44th
Question 6
Village Panchayath is organized under which article of the Constitution of India
A
Article 38
B
Article 39
C
Article 40
D
Article 37
Question 7
In India the power of ‘amnesty’ has been given to the
A
Prime Minister
B
Chief of the Army
C
Parliament
D
President
Question 8
Untouchability Offence Act 1955 was renamed as “The Protection of Civil Rights Act 1955” in
A
1955
B
1976
C
1972
D
1977
Question 9

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Which among the following Acts introduced the principle of election for the first time?
A
Government of India Act 1935
B
Indian Council Act 1909
C
Government of India Act 1919
D
Indian Independence Act of 1947
Question 10

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The election to the Constituent Assembly was held in
A
July 1946
B
June 1946
C
September 1946
D
August 1946
Question 11
Communalism is opposed to
A
ethnic conflict
B
Secular credential
C
friendship between class
D
All of the above
Question 12
Which among the following is not a Fundamental Right?
A
Right to Property
B
Right to Equality
C
Right against exploitation
D
Right to Freedom
Question 13

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Which among the following type of authority is given to the President of India?
A
Dejure
B
Defacto
C
Political
D
Popular
Question 14
The term federal is derived from the Latin word ‘foedus’ which means
A
Covenant
B
Distribution
C
Separation
D
None of these
Question 15
The President of India can dissolve the House of People on the recommendation of the
A
Council of Ministers
B
Vice President
C
Chief Justice
D
Cabinet
Question 16
The British Parliament passed the Indian Independence Act in
A
July 1947
B
August 1947
C
January 1947
D
June 1947
Question 17
Right to Property is included in Article
A
31
B
14
C
19
D
32
Question 18
The High Court has the power to issue writ under article
A
220
B
32
C
344
D
226
Question 19
The High Court in India do not possess
A
Original jurisdiction
B
Advisory jurisdiction
C
Revisory jurisdiction
D
Appellate jurisdiction
Question 20

Related: Fundamental Rights of Citizens of India

Who was the chairman of the Constitution Drafting Committee?
A
Sardar Vallabhai Patel
B
Dr B.R. Ambedkar
C
Dr Rajendra Prasad
D
Jawahar Lal Nehru
Question 21
Right to Property was omitted from Part III of the Constitution by the
A
44th amendment
B
62nd amendment
C
42nd amendment
D
86th amendment
Question 22
The procedure for amending the Constitution of India is
A
None of these
B
partly rigid and flexible
C
flexible
D
Rigid
Question 23
The President of the Indian Republic has
A
Only suspensive veto
B
Absolute veto
C
Pocket veto
D
None of these
Question 24
The President’s rule in a state can be continued at a stretch for a maximum period of
A
2 years
B
one year
C
3 years
D
4 years
Question 25
In consequence of the death or incapacity of the President, vice President can become the President for
A
12 months
B
1 month
C
5 months
D
6 months
Question 26
The Governor of a state is a
A
nominated head
B
real head
C
Constitutional head
D
Hereditary head
Question 27
Directive Principles of State Policy is
A
mandatory
B
None of these
C
Justifiable
D
non-justifiable
Question 28
Original jurisdiction of the Supreme Court is contained in
A
Article 132
B
Article 129
C
Article 131
D
Article 136
Question 29
Fundamental Rights are included in articles
A
52-62
B
15-24
C
12-36
D
36-51
Question 30
The classification of government as unitary and federal is on the basis of
A
division of power
B
delegation of powers
C
Centralization of power
D
separation of powers
Question 31
Minto Morley Reforms is also known as
A
Government of India Act 1909
B
Government of India Act 1892
C
Government of India Act 1935
D
Government of India Act 1919
Question 32
The position of the Vice President of India resembles to the position of Vice President of
A
USA
B
Russia
C
Canada
D
France
Question 33
Quo warranto is
A
statute
B
Act
C
Treaty
D
Writ
There are 33 questions to complete.
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