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Ishan Guess Paper

LL.B. 1st Semester


Jurisprudence {Part-1}
Que.-1. Define Jurisprudence & Discuss the nature and scope of Jurisprudence. What is the importance
of this subject in the study of law?
Que.-2. Law is a command of sovereign.Critically explain the Imperative theory of Law, according to
Que.-3.Explain Kelsons Pure Theory of Law. What are the main points of criticism of this Theory?
Que.-4. Explain the contribution of Kelson & Austin and Bentham & Karl Marx.
Que.-5. What is the relation of Jurisprudence with other social sciences?
Que.-6. What are the various schools of Jurisprudence? Give a brief description of the general
characteristics of these schools. (Write very short notes about all the schools.)
Que.-7. Write a critical note on the Historical school of Jurisprudence or critically examine the Volkgeist
Theory of Savigny & assess his contribution.
Que.-8. Point out the difference between Analytical and Historical School of Jurisprudence. Discuss.
Que.-9. Write a note on Sociological School of Jurisprudence or The aim of Social Engineering is to build
an efficient structure of the society as far as possible which involves the balancing of competing
interests. Pound .
Que.-10. Explain the Contribution of Dugwit & Ihearing and Fugon Ehrlich as a regard to sociological
Que.-11. what is the relation between Law & Morals?
Que.-12. Write an essay on the Realist school of Jurisprudence.

LL.B. 1st Semester


Constitutional Law of India {Part-1}

Que.-1. Explain the Salient Features/Characteristics of Indian Constitution. Whether the Constitution of
India is Unitary or Federal Features of Indian Constitution?
Que.-2. Explain the objectives of the Indian Constitution as indicated in its Preamble.
Que.-3. Explain the Six Freedoms as enshrined in Article 19 of the Indian Constitution.
Que.-4. what is the Protection given under Article 20 of the Indian Constitution?
Que.-5. Explain Right to Life & Personal Liberty under Article 21 of the Indian Constitution.
Que.-6. Explain Right against Exploitation under Article 23 & 24 of the Indian Constitution.
Que.-7. what are the Constitutional Remedies available under Article 32 of the Indian Constitution?
Que.-8. Explain Directive Principles of State Policy whether it is enforceable in Court?
Que.-9. what are the Fundamental Duties conferred to the Citizen of India. Explain!
Que.-10. Write a short note on Doctrine of Eclipse, Doctrine of Severability, and Doctrine of UltraVirus (Pith and Substances).

LL.B. 1st Semester


Law of torts & consumer protection law

Que.-1. Define Tort and Explain its essential elements. Distinguish Tort from Breach of Contract and
Crime. Is privity necessary to support an action in Tort?
How is tort Different from other civil wrongs? Can the same act be a tort, Crime and a breach of
Tortious Liability arises from the breach of a duty primarily fixed by law. This duty is towards persons
generally and its breach is redress able by an action for Unliqidated damages. Explain this statement of
Que.-2. Write short notes on the following Maxims1.

Injuria Sine Damnum,

Damnum Sine Injuria,
Volenti non fit Injuria
Res ipsa loquitur
Actio personalis moritur cum persona
Remoteness of Damages
Joint Tort Feasors
Mental or Nervous Shock
Act of God

Que.-3. What do you understand by the doctrine of vicarious liability? Is such liability justified? How far
a master is liable for the Torts committed by his Servant?
Que.-4. Define Defamation. What is meant by libel and slander? Distinguish between them.
Que.-5. What is meant by contributory negligence and its Last Opportunity rule refer to Davis Vs. Mann
Que.-6. Discuss fully the Rule of Absolute or Strict Liability.

Explain the rule laid down in Rylands vs. Fletcher. Are there any exceptions to this rule? Discuss.
Que.-7. Define Negligence. What are its essential elements which the plaintiff must prove in order to
recover damages from the defendant.
Que.-8. Explain the principle of nuisance. What are the defences open in action based on nuisance?
What is public nuisance? Can it be private also? Distinguish between public and private nuisance.
Que.-9. Define and Distinguish between the following1.

Damage and Damages

Act of God ad Inevitable Accident
Assault and Battery
Injuria Sine Damnum and Damnum Sine Injuria

Que.-10. Explain the Constitution procedure of functioning, aims and objects of Central and State
Consumer Protection Councils.
Que.-11. What is the object of the establishment of Consumer Disputes Redressal Agencies? Explain the
provision relating to the Constitution and different jurisdiction of District Forum. Is it entitled to decide a
dispute relating to a matter already pending before a Civil Court?
Que.-12. Explain the Constitution and Jurisdiction of the State Commission. Can State Commission
transfer the cases from one District Forum to another District Forum?

LL.B. 1st Semester


Law of crimes
Que.-1. Whether the provision of Indian Penal Code is applicable to Extra-territorial offences, if so, what
are circumstances?
a) A, an Indian Citizen, commits a murder in Uganda. Can he tried and convicted of murder in any
place where he is found in India?
b) A, an Indian Citizen, commits adultery in England which is not an offence in that Country. Can he
be prosecuted in India?
Que.-2. Define Offence. What are the various stages in the commission of crime? What is essential to
constitute attempt?
Que.-3. Nothing is an offence which is done in the exercise of the right of private defence . Discuss.
Que.-4. Discuss the law relating to the offence of defamation with exceptions.
Que.-5. Discuss the law relating to constructive criminality. Distinguish between the words Common
Intention and Common object as they are used under Section 34 IPC. Which lays down Joint
Responsibility in doing a criminal act.
Que.-6. Nothing is an offence which is done by a child below seven years of age Discuss. Will it make
any difference if the age of child is twelve years?
Under what circumstances (i) Minority, (ii) Insanity and (iii) Drunkenness affords immunity from criminal
liability? Discuss.
Que.-7. (a) What is theft? When does it become robbery?
(b)When does robbery become dacoity?
Is the preparation of Dacoity punishable in law? Define and distinguish between theft, Extortion,
Robbery and Dacoity. Give Illustration.
Que.-8. when does culpable homicide not amount to murder?

What do you understand by culpable Homicide? When does culpable homicide amount to murder and
what are its exceptions?
When does culpable homicide amount to murder?
Distinguish between culpable homicide and murder in the light of Reg Vs. Govinda.
Que.-9. Define kidnapping. How does it differ from abduction? Can there be an abduction which is not
punishable under I.P.C.?
Que.-10. What is hurt? When It is described grievous?
Define and distinguish between simple and grievous hurt. When does this offence amount to attempt to
Que.-11.A mistake of fact is a good defence but a mistake of law is not.Discuss.
Explain the maxim ignorantio facit excusat ,ignorantio juris non- excusat.Distinguish between mistake
of fact and mistake of law.
Que.-12.Define cheating. Explain its essentials.Distinguish between cheating and criminal
Que.-13.Define and distinguish between the terms dishonestly and fraudulently.

LL.B. 1st Semester


Contract {Part-1}
Que.-1. Define Proposal and Acceptance and explain their essentials. Also describe the different
rules regarding the Proposal and Acceptance under the Indian Law of Contract.
Write a detailed note on the Offer, General Offer and Acceptance.
Que.-2. How can the communication, acceptance and revocation of the proposal be made? When the
communication of a proposal is complete? Is it possible to revoke acceptance after communication?
Que.-3. Define consideration and explain its importance in the formation of contract. Consideration
ought to be past, present or future. Discuss fully.
Que.-4. Define a contract. What are the essential of a valid contract? What does an agreement become
a contract?
All contracts are agreements but all Agreements are not contracts. Discuss
Que.-5. What do you mean by the term Consent, Free Consent, Coercion Undue Influence,
Fraud & Misrepresentation? Explain their essentials and effects on the validity of the contract.
Que.-6. Discuss the Contractual Liabilities of a Minor under the Indian Contract Act, 1872.
Minors are incapable of entering into a valid contract. Discuss.
No person is competent to contract who is not of the age of majority.Comment and discuss the law
relating to minors contract under the Indian Contract Act, 1872.
Que.-7. What do you mean by the contingent contract? What are its essentials? Distinguish between
wagering and contingent contract
Que.-8. What kinds of consideration and objects are not lawful? Discuss with suitable illustrations and
case law.

Que.-9. What is Quasi-contract?Explain with illustrations.

Que.-10.Write short notes on the following:

Void & Voidable contract,
Quantum Meruit,
Tender of Offer,
Anticipatory Breach of contract,
Agreement in restraint of marriage

Que.-11. Distinguish between the following1.


Void and Voidable Contracts

Coercion and undue Influence
Fraud and Misrepresentation
Illegal and Void Contracts

Que.-12. What do you mean by Doctrine of Privity of Contract? What are the two different aspects of
this doctrine?