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Enrollment No…………………………… DR. RMLNLU, LKO B.A. LL.B./ III Sem.

/ET/Nov-19/CL-I
Time - 03 Hours Max-Marks :- 70
November - 2019
Constitutional Law-I
Note: - I. The question paper is divided in 2 parts i.e. Section - A and Section - B.
II. The Examinee is required to attempt 4 (four) questions from Section - A and 2 (two) questions from Section - B.
III. Figures in the margin indicate the marks.

(SECTION – A) (04X15)
(Answer with the help of relevant case law)

1. (a) “Our Constitution may be said to be an expansion and explanation of the Preamble”.
In the backdrop of the aforesaid statement, comment on the significance of the Preamble
of the Constitution of India.

(b) What meaning can the phrase ‘other authority’, under Article 12, be understood to
bear?
2. The two contentious issues in the application of Articles 15 and 16 are ‘determination of
backward classes’ and ‘extent or quantum of reservation’. Comment on the aforesaid
statement.

3. Elaborate the Constitutional provision relating to reservation of post during appointments


in favour of backward class citizen. Also explain the rule relating to consequential
seniority.
4. Discuss freedom of speech and expression with special reference to ‘dramatic
performance’. Also explain the meaning of ‘decency and morality’ under Article 19(2).
5. Explain the fundamental right that guarantees protection against arrest and detention
under Article 22.
6. Write a critical note on the right of minorities to establish and administer educational
institutions.

(SECTION – B) (02X05)
Write short case notes on:
7. Navtej Singh Johar v. Union of India, AIR 2018 SC 4321
8. Justice K. S. Puttaswamy Rtd. v. Union of India, AIR 2017 SC 4161
9. Shayara Bano v. Union of India, AIR 2017 SC 4609
10. Indian Young Lawyers Association v. State of Kerala, AIR 2018 SC (Supp) 1650

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Enrollment No…………………………… DR. RMLNLU, LKO B.A. LL.B./ III Sem./ET/Nov-19/CA-II
Time - 03 Hours Max-Marks :- 70
November - 2019
Contract Act-II
Note: - I. The question paper is divided in 2 parts i.e. Section - A and Section - B.
II. The Examinee is required to attempt 4 (four) questions from Section - A and 2 (two) questions from Section - B.
III. Figures in the margin indicate the marks.

(SECTION – A) (04X15)
1. A authorized B to carry on business (purchase and sale of goods) for and on behalf of A
in any manner B chose. B appointed C to enter into transactions of purchase and sale of
goods on the following terms: (i) that C would render accounts of all sales and purchases
to B; (ii) that C would act according to the instructions of B on behalf of B and; (iii) that
C would charge a certain commission on the transactions. Explain in detail the following
(A) and (B) in the light of the applicable provisions under the Indian Contract Act, 1872
and leading cases:
(A) What is the position of C in relation with A?
(B) Can A institute a suit against C for accounts?
2. A partnership deed consisted of the following terms: (i) if any of the partners
unfortunately dies, then in that case the partnership shall not be dissolved, but his sons
will become partners of his share and that person will become the partner who may have
been nominated by the deceased partner; (ii) if any partner wanted to separate from the
business of the partnership before the expiry of one year and even if he did so, his capital
would not be returned before the end of the year; (iii) no partner could withdraw from the
partnership so long as the loan taken from the Bank by the Partnership Firm was not
repaid.
What kind of Partnership Firm is it? How can it be dissolved? Explain with the applicable
provisions and case law under the Indian Partnership Act, 1932.
3. Where a letter by the surety guaranteeing the repayment of a loan by the two principal
debtors contained inter alia that in case the creditors are not able to recover the amount
from the principal debtors, the surety agreed to pay the same. The creditor sued only the
guarantor to recover the amount due from the principal debtors.
(A) Will the creditor be able to recover from the surety? Why?
(B) What are the rights of the surety?
Explain in the light of applicable provisions under the Indian Contract Act, 1872.
4. Enumerate the statutory provisions relating to ‘Designated Partners’ as provided in The
Limited Liability Partnership Act, 2008.
5. Discuss the rights and responsibilities of ‘Bailor and Bailee’ bearing in mind the
applicable legal provisions.
6. Explain in detail the ‘Implied Conditions and Warranties’ as embodied in the Sale of
Goods Act, 1930.
(SECTION – B) (02X05)
Write short notes on:
7. Distinguish sale from an agreement to sell.
8. Elucidate the facts and judgment of Watteau v. Fenwick, 1893 Q.B.D. 346.
9. Explain the ‘Principle of Holding Out’ keeping in mind the applicable provisions.
10. Illuminate the facts and judgment of Cox v. Hickman, (1860) 8 HL Cas 268.
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Enrollment No…………………………… DR. RMLNLU, LKO B.A. LL.B./III Sem./ET/Nov-19/ECO-III
Time - 03 Hours Max-Marks :- 70
November - 2019
Economics-III
Note: - I. The question paper is divided in 2 parts i.e. Section - A and Section - B.
II. The Examinee is required to attempt 4 (four) questions from Section - A and 2 (two) questions from Section - B.
III. Figures in the margin indicate the marks.

(SECTION – A) (04X15)
1. “Problem of poverty, inequality and unemployment require a holistic approach for their
solution”- In the light of the given statement, examine the causes of these problems and
suggest ways how to free Indian economy from these.
2. Discuss the various land reform measures introduced by the government. How far are
they complete and successful in removing the inequalities of income and land distribution
in rural areas?
3. Enumerate the trends of industrial disputes in the country and discuss the various
mechanisms to settle industrial disputes in the country.
4. “Economic reforms 1991 ushered in an era of globalization, privatization and
liberalization”- Enumerate the various reforms introduced and their impact on economy
in view of the given statement.
5. Discuss the extent, magnitude and reasons for generation of black money in Indian
economy. Critically evaluating the government measures adopted to unearth black money
in the economy, suggest some effective strategies of your own for the same.

6. Discuss the major Agreements under WTO and critically analyse their working vis -a -vis
developed and developing countries.

(SECTION – B) (02X05)
Write short notes on:
7. Capital account convertibility of rupee
8. Role of SEBI in capital market
9. Social security provisions in India
10. Problem of profitability of commercial banks
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Enrollment No…………………………… DR. RMLNLU, LKO B.A. LL.B./III Sem./ET/Nov-19/FL-I
Time - 03 Hours Max-Marks :- 70
November - 2019
Family Law-I
Note: - I. The question paper is divided in 2 parts i.e. Section - A and Section - B.
II. The Examinee is required to attempt 4 (four) questions from Section - A and 2 (two) questions from Section - B.
III. Figures in the margin indicate the marks.

(SECTION – A) (04X15)
1. Madeeha has filed Domestic Violence case in her native place at a distance of 250 kms
against all the family members of husband (Ansar) with false and immoral allegations. So he
divorced her by pronouncing single Talaq in presence of two witnesses and sent the
talaqnama and she acknowledged it. She has also challenged validity of the Talaq by filing a
civil suit in native place and he (husband) submitted statement for it and matter is pending
trial.
During Domestic Violence trial she has not proved any allegations except that he failed to
maintain her and children after she left the matrimonial home. Hon'ble Magistrate considered
this as mental cruelty and awarded maintenance of Rs 14,000 pm against his salary of 42,000
along with arrears of 3 lakh rupees and discharged his parents and sisters from the case as the
allegations against them are baseless.
The husband has contended that she has left his house during her 7th month of pregnancy by
conducting ceremony and he provided photo proof for the same and she stayed at her own
will and against his consent at her parents’ house for 1 year even after the child delivery with
an intention to intimidate him to set up separate home away from my old aged parents. She
also attended mediations prior to the filing of her Domestic Violence case but no where she
raised any allegations as stated in Domestic Violence petition.
The Court has not considered the overall facts and circumstance of the case and stated that she
was subjected to domestic violence because of non maintenance of her and children when she
was staying a her parents’ house and stated that it is continuing offence even though no act of
violence was proved when she was in at her husband’s home. Also he told that Talaq is under
challenge so she is entitled to maintenance and further stated that it is the responsibility of the
husband to maintain them and he failed to do it.
Though husband prefers for appeal in Domestic Violence case, but he knows she is also
entitled for maintenance under CRPC 125, where also she can get the same amount of
maintenance. So the appeal will lead him to face another case for which he is really fed up
already because of DV case which ran for 2 years and also to fight the new case in her native
place is also cumbersome and his office work is also disturbed.
1) Is it good to go for appeal now and come out clean hands in Domestic Violence case and
later pay maintenance only under 125 Cr. P. C. if she files for the same? (5 marks)
2) Will Paying maintenance under Domestic Violence Act have any negative impact in
husband’s future when compared to pay maintenance under 125 CrPC? (5 Marks)
3) Once his Talaq got proved in civil court, Can he file petition to stop her maintenance under
Domestic Violence Act? (5 marks)
2. i) Compare the nature of marriage under Hindu and Muslim law (5 marks)
ii) Validity of marriage under Hindu and Muslim law. (10 marks)
1. M , Married F when she was 15 years old
2. A was married to B by his father. He deliberately kept B in dark about the
consanguine relationship of the parents-in-law and that one child is completely
mentally retarded and husband of B has been using psychotropic/hypnotic drugs
since birth.
3. A contracted a second marriage with his wife’s maternal cousin F.
4. A marries her mother mother’s brothers daughter’s son.
5. A marriage between a Hindu male and Muslim female.
P.T.O.
3. Can a wife obtain divorce in following conditions? Give reasons and case law in support for
your answer.
a) Sheetal marries Anirban in year 2013 according to hindu rites and ceremonies.
Within a year of their marriage they realized that they were incompatible. Anirban
started spending more time outside the home and was drawn toward his colleague
Sukanya who was married to Lakshya. There is no marital relationship between
Sheetal and Anirban for almost 3 years. (5 marks)
b) Vikram has lost his job due to recession and unable to maintain his wife Riya and
family. Vikram is trying to get new work and is very diligent toward his wife and
family. Riya is obnoxious and humiliates Vikaram and his family at every possible
instance. (5 marks)
c) Due to constant quarrelling and fights Rimi left her husband Anil house with their
daughter and started living with her friend Abhimanyu. Enraged with this Anil filed
a RCR petition in the family Court. The learned Family Judge decided in the favour
of Anil. Despite efforts Rimi refused to join her Husband. Two years has elapsed
from the date of decree.(5 marks)
4. Riya and Ahmed met at their office and fell in love with each other. After a year of courtship
they started living together. In a fateful accident their closest friends Suman and Abeer died
and left to them the guardianship of their infant daughter. They bought the daughter home and
started raising her. After an year another daughter was born to them. With the passage of time
the relationship between Riya and Ahmed got strained and when their daughters were 4yrs
and 2 years respectively they separated. Within a year of separation Ahmed married Aneesa
in accordance toSsunni law. Aneesa came to know about the earlier relationship of Ahmed
and was distraught and left the house. She is four month pregnant.
a) Can riya claim maintenance for her daughters and herself? (7 Marks)
b) What are the remedies available to Aneesa? (4 marks)
c) What are the defenses available to Ahmed in the current scenario? (4 marks)
5. What do you understand by Talaq under Muslim Law? Differentiate it from Talaq-e-Tafweed
and Mubarat
6. Explain the concept of ancillary relief under Hindu Marriage Act? Is a second Hindu wife
entitled to maintenance?

(SECTION – B) (02X05)
Write short notes on:
7. Raman and Ayesha were married as per Hindu rights and rituals. They got their marriage
registered under Special Marriage Act. Now if Ayesha has left the house and was living away
from Raman without reasonable cause, what remedy Raman has? Advise Raman as his lawyer
and explain with the help relevant position of law
8. Ram Vilas was a Lower caste Hindu. He converts to Islam. After a few years he converts to
Hinduism. He now chooses the Brahmin caste. He starts following the Brahmin practices and
practices them for a considerable period of time. However, the learned members of the
Brahmin community do not accept Ram Vilas as one of their own. Decide on the validity of
the re- conversion.
9. Write a short note on khula divorce under Muslim Law.
10. Examine the validity of following adoption and provide reasons for the same under Hindu
Law.
a) A, 26 year old female adopts her dead husband's 8 year old son.
b) G aged 13 years is given in adoption by her widowed Mother.
c) Sonam was adopted by Karan when she was an infant. Karan married Ira. Ira adopted
Sonam after the death of Karan.
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Enrollment No…………………………… DR. RMLNLU, LKO B.A.LL.B./III Sem./ET/Nov-19/HIST-III

Time - 03 Hours Max-Marks :- 70


November - 2019
History-III
Note: - I. The question paper is divided in 2 parts i.e. Section - A and Section - B.
II. The Examinee is required to attempt 4 (four) questions from Section - A and 2 (two) questions from Section - B.
III. Figures in the margin indicate the marks.

(SECTION – A) (04X15)
1. What were the important mechanisms instituted for dispensing justice in the Presidency of
Madras after 1683 till the uniformity effected by the Crown’s Charter of 1726?
2. What was the jurisdiction enjoyed by the Supreme Court of Judicature at Calcutta established
under the Charter of 1774? Under what conditions could an appeal from a decision of this
Court lie in the Privy Council?
3. What were the Reforms introduced by Lord Cornwallis in the Mohemmadan Law of Crimes
and the CriminalJudicature during his tenure as the Governor General of India?
4. What was the prelude to the amalgamation of the Company Courts and the Crown Courts in
the year 1861? What was the nature and rationale of the Extra-Ordinary Jurisdiction
exercised by the High Courts?
5. Minto-Morley Reforms of 1909 were in the nature of concessions to please the Moderates
whereas the underlying design was one of Conciliation and Division. Discuss.
6. What were the reasons for the introduction of the Montague Reforms of 1919? Why did the
much touted Dyarchy envisaged in the Act turn out to be an unworkable proposition?
(SECTION – B) (02X05)
Write short notes on:
7. What is the significance of the Trial of Mrs. Ascentia Dawes?
8. What were the issues of contention in the Cossijurah Case?
9. What were the rules that regulated the appeals from Sadar Adalats to the Privy Council?
10. What is the significance of the Indian Councils Act, 1861 in the Constitutional History of
India?
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Enrollment No………………………… DR. RMLNLU, LKO B.A. LL.B./III Sem./ET/Nov-19/PS-III
Time - 03 Hours Max-Marks :- 70
November - 2019
Political Science-III
Note: - I. The question paper is divided in 2 parts i.e. Section - A and Section - B.
II. The Examinee is required to attempt 4 (four) questions from Section - A and 2 (two) questions from Section - B.
III. Figures in the margin indicate the marks.

(SECTION – A) (04X15)
1. What is political ideology? Do you feel that ideology had lost its relevance in this age of
globalization?
2. Discuss the main elements of liberalism.
3. Explain the ideology of conservatism and its variant of neo-conservatism
4. What are the main features of socialism? Discuss its key elements.
5. Discuss the philosophy of Marxism and its key elements.
6. Discuss the ideology of Fascism and its main features.

(SECTION – B) (02X05)
Write short notes on:
7. Contribution of Lenin to Marxism.
8. New Right.
9. Contribution of Stalin to Orthodox Communism.
10. ‘Glasnost’ and ‘Perestroika’.
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Enrollment No…………………………… DR. RMLNLU, LKO B.A. LL.B./III Sem./ET/Nov-19/PSY-III
Time - 03 Hours Max-Marks :- 70
November - 2019
Psychology - III
Note: - I. The question paper is divided in 2 parts i.e. Section - A and Section - B.
II. The Examinee is required to attempt 4 (four) questions from Section - A and 2 (two) questions from Section - B.
III. Figures in the margin indicate the marks.

(SECTION – A) (04X15)
1. “The practice of forensic psychology is unique in many respects and the very qualities
that distinguish it also invoke particular ethical challenges.” Elucidate.
2. Examine the role of verbal cues in detecting deception with reference to reality
monitoring, cognitive overload and strategic use of evidence.
3. Examine the psycho-legal issues and tools of forensic mental health assessment. Discuss
the special considerations while evaluating juvenile competencies.
4. Critically evaluate the various ideologies that inform the resolution of child custody
disputes. Discuss the developmental considerations while designing parenting plans in
cases of divorce.
5. Critically evaluate the various approaches to juvenile rehabilitation. Examine the psycho-
legal issues associated with amenability to rehabilitation.
6. Discuss the stages that characterize intimate partner violence and Battered Woman
Syndrome throwing light on the features of psychological abuse and reactions to
battering. Examine the status of BWS as a defense in a court of law.

(02X05)
(SECTION – B)
Write short notes on:
7. Pitfalls in offender identification through photo spreads.
8. Deterrence as a goal of correction(s).
9. Shaken baby syndrome & associated legal issues.
10. Availability heuristic and legal decision making.
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Enrollment No…………………………… DR. RMLNLU, LKO B.A. LL.B./III Sem./ET/Nov-19/SOCIO-III

Time - 03 Hours Max-Marks :- 70


November - 2019
Sociology-III
Note: - I. The question paper is divided in 2 parts i.e. Section - A and Section - B.
II. The Examinee is required to attempt 4 (four) questions from Section - A and 2 (two) questions from Section - B.
III. Figures in the margin indicate the marks.

(SECTION – A) (04X15)
1. The end of Emergency was the beginning of a new phase of Indian democracy. Critically
comment on the statement.
2. ‘Chipko Andolan’ and ‘Narmada Bachao Andolan’ are two examples in the social history
of environmental movement in India. Comment on the statement taking the contextual
differences into consideration.
3. Write an essay on ‘Law, Economy, Politics and Society in India’.
4. ‘Castes do not pose the same kind of potential threat to the nation-state that tribes,
religious communities, and linguistic groups do’. Critically comment on the statement.
5. Explain the nature and dynamics of ‘The Bhoodan-Gramdan Movement’.
6. Critically analyze the changing terms of political discourse with reference to the
Women’s movement in India.
(SECTION – B) (02X05)
Write short notes on:
7. Civil society and good society.
8. Shah Bano and ShayaraBanu.
9. Mahendra Singh Tikait.
10. Tribes in India.
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