Legal Bites brings to you Constitutional Law Mains Questions Series Part-IX.

Legal Bites brings to you Constitutional Law Mains Questions Series Part-IX. The questions enlisted here are arranged section-wise and will aid the students in preparing for Judiciary, APO or University Exams. The list of questions curated by Legal Bites will help candidates identify the important and frequently asked questions and give them good practice for their aptitude and knowledge.

Constitutional Law Mains Questions Series Part-IX

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Constitutional Law Mains Questions Series Part-IX of X

Question 1

Write a short essay on the Amendment of the Indian Constitution. [BJS 1977]

Question 2

State the procedure according to which the Constitution of India can be amended. Can the Constitution be so amended as to destroy its basic features? Explain with reference to the view of the Supreme Court. [BJS 1986]

Question 3

“The power of Parliament to amend the Constitution is limited”. Examine this statement critically in view of the Constitution (24th and 42nd) Amendment Acts and Supreme Court decisions in that regard. [BJS 2000]

Question 4

Write a note on Article 368 and the Supreme Court of India. [BJS 2006]

Question 5

What is the procedure and limitations for amendment of the Indian Constitution? Discuss while citing the relevant cases. [RJS 2011]

Question 6

Describe the procedure of amendment of the Constitution of India. Under what circumstances the amendment requires to be ratified by the legislatures of the States? [MPJS 2012]

Question 7

How and to what extent can the Constitution of India be amended? Discuss in the light of case law. [MPJS 2015]

Question 8

Write a note on the Finance Commission of India. [BJS 1978]

Question 9

Write a note on the Election Commission. [BJS 1978]

Question 10

Write a note on Advocate General. [BJS 1978]

Question 11

‘The Government of India Act, 1935, was federal in structure but unitary in spirit. Do you agree? Give reasons for your answer. [BJS 1979]

Question 12

Write a short note on the Indian Independence Act, 1947. [BJS 1980, 1991]

Question 13

Write a short note on the Salient Features of the Indian Independence Act, 1947. [BJS 1987]

Question 14

What are the effects of the abolition of the fundamental right to property on the other Constitutional rights? Build a case for or against the re-introduction of the property right as a fundamental right. [BJS 1984]

Question 15

What is the Doctrine of Judicial Review? Is it part of the basic structure of the Constitution? Discuss in the light of latest decisions of the Supreme Court. [BJS 1987]

Constitutional Law; Notes, Case Laws And Study Material

Question 16

Write a short note on the Court of record. [MPJS 2019]

Question 17

Explain the doctrine of basic structure with the help of decided cases. Why has this doctrine been evolved by the judiciary? [BJS 2018]

Question 18

What is the doctrine of colourable legislation? How is it different from the pith and substance rule? Support your answer with important cases. [BJS 2018]

Question 19

What is Dicey’s Rule of Law? Discuss its development from an Indian perspective through the Apex Court of India. [BJS 2018]

Question 20

The term Ombudsman means ‘watchdog of the administration or the protector of the little man’. Discuss the above statement regarding the need and appointment of Lokpal or Lokayukta. [BJS 2018]

Constitutional Law; Notes, Case Laws And Study Material

Updated On 3 Jun 2023 5:36 AM GMT
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