1. Fill in the blanks :
(a) The qualification required for appointment as an Advocate General is similar to that of a ___________ .
(b) ___________ helps the judges to separate the ‘wheat from the chaff ’ and plays a crucial role in the establishment of facts during the court proceedings.
If the accused is allowed to be withdrawn from prosecution, prior to framing of charges, it is called ___________ .
(c) The Lokpal and Lokayukta Act, 2013 provides for the establishment of ___________ at every state in order to deal with complaints of corruption against public functionaries.
(d) Article 21A provides for right to education to all children between the ages of six and fourteen and obligates ___________ to implement this.
Article 24 prohibits employment of children below the age of ___________ years in factories, mining and other hazardous employment.
(e) ___________ was enacted to expressly provide that no woman would by reason only of her sex, be disqualified from being admitted or enrolled as a legal practitioner or from practicing as such.
2. Answer in one word/one sentence each.
(a) What is the relation between TDSAT (Telecom Dispute Settlement Appellate Tribunal) and TRAI (Telecom Regulatory Authority of India) ?
How can a judge from lower judiciary be removed from his office ?
(b) Who headed the Committee on National Implementation of Legal Aid ?
Identify the covenant ratified by India in 1976 that binds India with the international obligation to provide free legal assistance.
(c) Rohan Abbas, an upcoming criminal lawyer, after taking approval from the Bar Council of India prepared a five piece information that he can put on the internet to solicit clients. The information included his name, his contact details and his professional and academic qualifications. Apart from these, mention the other two pieces of information that Rohan can give to advertise his services.
(d) Who is the Patron-in-Chief of the State Legal Services Authority ?
(e) Arvind is being tried for misappropriation of office funds in a trial before the Sessions Judge. He does not have sufficient means to engage a pleader. What remedy is available to Arvind ?
State Rawls’ first principle of justice.
3. Multiple Choice Questions :
(a) Tushar is a Delhi Government employee working as a research analyst at Krishi Anusandhan Kendra (Institute), Delhi. He was given a rent-free accommodation having five rooms. Tushar sublet two rooms to the students studying in the institute at a nominal rent. The matter was reported to the State Administrative Tribunal. He was suspended for a month and was asked to vacate the accommodation. Tushar wants to appeal against the decision of the State Administrative Tribunal. Where should he appeal ?
(A) Central Administrative Tribunal
(B) Division Bench of Supreme Court of India
(C) Division Bench of High Court of Delhi
(D) No appeal is allowed in Alternate Dispute Resolution mechanisms
There was a dispute between Ms. Shreya and Ms. Piyali regarding the title and possession of a plot of land. The parties to the dispute appointed a neutral third party Ms. Liam who suggested potential solutions. Identify the role of Ms. Liam in this situation.
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