Monday, February 4, 2019

Rajasthan Judicial Service Exam Prelims Question Paper - 2016 (Question 51 - 70) | Answer Key


RAJASTHAN JUDICIAL SERVICE EXAM PRELIMS 2016

51. Under which of the following conditions, a leading question may be asked during examination-in-chief with the permission of the Court?
(1) In matters which are disputed or not introductory.
(2) When matter in question is sufficiently proved.
(3) Under both of the above conditions.
(4) Under none of the above conditions.

52. Statement A : The presumption under Section I l3-A of Indian Evidence Act is not attracted if the marriage took place more than seven years prior to the suicide of woman, even if the cruelty is established by prosecution.
Statement B : By the introduction of Section 113-A of Indian Evidence Act, the prosecution is not required to prove the facts beyond reasonable doubt against the accused.
Which of the statement is correct?
(l) Statement A.
(2) Statement B.
(3) Both statements A & B.
(4) None of the statements.

53, During examination-in-chief of a case under Section 325 of Indian Penal Code, the victim denies the prosecution case. Under what provision of Indian Evidence Act, the victim may be asked leading questions by the Public Prosecutor?
(1) Section 139
(2) Section 144
(3) Section 154
(4) Section 165

54. Statement A - If an alteration to the electronic signature made after affixing such signature, is not detectable, then for the purpose of authentication, such electronic signature is reliable.
Statement B - During formation of a contract, the communication of proposals is expressed through electronic record. In such a case, that electronic record solely does not render the contract unenforceable.
(1) A is correct.
(2) Statement B is correct.
(3) Both statements are correct.
(4) Both statements are incorrect.

55. The offence of theft of electricity is committed, if :-
(1) the meter is dishonestly tampered with.
(2) the meter is dishonestly moved from one place to another without consent of owner.
(3) the meter is dishonestly stored without consent of the owner.
(4) All the above.

56. A material alteration in a negotiable instrument without the consent of the endorser, renders the negotiable instrument as :-
(1) Voidable.
(2) Void.
(3) Invalid.
(4) None of the above.

55.  A - On failure to observe any of the conditions of the bond entered under Section 4 of the Probation of Offenders Act, 1958, the Court is at discretion to sentence the offender for the original offence, or to impose a penalty upto rupees fifty in case of first failure.
B - An offender, above the age of twenty one years, cannot be granted probation under Sections 3 &.1 of the Probation of Offenders Act, 1958.
C - On failure of the offender to enter a fresh bond on an order of Court under Section. 8 of the Probation of Offenders Act, 1958, the Court shall not sentence him for the offence of which he was found guilty
D - The amount of compensation imposed on the offender under Section 5 of the Probation of Offenders Act, 1958 can be recovered as fine in accordance with the provisions of Code of Criminal Procedure.
Which of the above is correct ?
(l) Statements A & B.
(2) Statements B & C.
(3) Statements C & D.
(1) Statements D & A.

58. Who of the following have powers to frame rules under Section l7 of the Probation of Offenders Act, 1958 ?
(1) State Government with the approval of Central Government.
(2) Central Government with the consent of State Government.
(3) High Court.
(4) All the above.

59. Who of the following on acting in good faith are protected from prosecution under Section 84 of the Information Technology Act, 2000 ?
(l) The Subscriber.
(2) The Controller.
(3) The Originator.
(4) All the above.

60. The Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, 2005 extends to whole of India, except :-
(1) State of Jammu & Kashmir.
(2) State of Nagaland.
(3) Tribal areas of Assam as referred to in paragraph 20 of the sixth schedule to the Constitution.
(4) All the above.

61. A Magistrate directing the matter to be referred for counseling under Section l4 of the Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, 2005, will fix the next date the hearing :-
(1) After a period of two months.
(2) Within a period not exceeding two months.
(3) After a period of three months.
(4) After a period of four months.

62. An appeal to High Court against the judgment of special Court established under the Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, 1989 should be preferred :-
(l) Within a period of ninety days.
(2) Within a period of sixty days.
(3) Within a period of thirty days.
(4) Within a period of one hundred and twenty days.

63. In the prosecution of an offence of intentionally insulting the member of Scheduled Caste- at a marriage function. it is proved that the victim is the neighbor of accused and they had good relations for past ten years, then what shall the Court presume?
(l) That accused has caused mental agony to victim
(2) That accused was aware of victim's caste.
(3) Both of the above
(4) That accused has promoted ill-will against members of scheduled castes.

64.  A blood stained shirt is produced in defence evidence by the accused. Which of the following exhibit will be marked on it?
(l) Exhibit P-l
(2) Exhibit D-l
(3) Exhibit Article- 1
(4) Exhibit Article A-l

65. In a criminal case, the accused has been acquitted under Section 380 of Indian Penal Code. The papers of the file relating to the identification of stolen property can be destroyed :-
(1) On expiration of fifty years, reckoned from 31st December next ensuing after the order disposing of the case.
(2) On expiration of five years, reckoned from 30th June or 31st December next ensuing after the order disposing of the case.
(3) On expiration of three years, reckoned from 3lst December next ensuing after the order disposing of the case.
(4) On expiration of two years, reckoned from 30th June or 3lst December next ensuing after the order disposing of the case.

66. The Chief Judicial Magistrate is duty bound to inspect the court of his subordinate Judicial Magistrate, on which of the following basis ?
(1) Weekly
(2) Quarterly
(3) Half yearly
(4) Yearly

67. Under Section 2(l2) of the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2015, "child" means a person, who has not completed:-
(1) 2l years of age.
(2) I8 years of age.
(3) l4 years of age.
(4) l6 years of age.

68. Who shall review the pendency of cases of Juvenile Justice Board, on quarterly basis ?
(l) Chief Judicial Magistrate.
(2) High Level Committee consisting of the Executive Chairperson of the State Legal Services Authority.
(3) District Magistrate.
(4) Chairperson of Human Rights Commission.

69. (A) A Judicial Magistrate First Class can authorize the detention in custody, of a person accused under an offence triable by Special Court established under The Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act, 1985, for a period not exceeding fifteen days.
(B) The Special Court established under The Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act, 1985, cannot exercise the power to authorize the detention of accused in custody, as enunciated under Section 167 of Code of Criminal Procedure.
(C) The definition of 'use' under Section 2 (xxviii-a) of The Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act, 1985, excludes personal consumption of narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances.
(D) The High Court, by special order, may constitute as many Special Courts under The Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act, 1985, as necessary.
Which of the above statements are correct ?
(l) A&B.
(2) A&C.
(3) B&C.
(4) C&D.

70. Who of the following police officers is empowered to record statement of a child under Section 24 of the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act, 2012?
(1) Constable.
(2) Any woman police officer.
(3) Woman police officer not below the rank of- Sub-Inspector.
(4) Woman police officer not below the rank of Deputy Superintendent of Police.


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