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Constitutional Law - I - April/May 2011 3YDC

Question Type Question  
Short Dyarchy
Short Constituent Assembly
Short Citizenship by Domicile
Short Formation of New States in India
Short Protection against self-incrimination
Short Definition of Minorities
Short Writ of Mandamus
Short Fundamental Duties
Long Explain the nature and salient features of the Indian Constitution.
Long Analyse the concept of right to equality with special reference to compensatory and protective discrimination.
Long Explain the scope of right to life and personal liberty under Indian Constitution with the help of leading judgements.
Long Discuss the nature and significance of the Directive principles of State policy. Explain the relationship between Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles.
Problem A University permitted only the employees of Government to study LL.B. in its evening college. Some of the private employees challenged the condition as violative of right to equality. Decide.
Problem A journal decided to publish the biography of a prisoner condemned awaiting execution of his death sentence. The prisoner approached the court on the ground that the said publication without his consent would be violative of his fundamental right to privacy. Decide.
Problem The police wanted to conduct Narco-analysis test and polygraphy test on an accused to find out the truth relating to an accused person without his consent. Can the accused person oppose the conduct of such tests? Discuss.
Problem A boy wanted to study in a nearly Girls` school which is convenient to him. The Head master of the school refused permission to him on the ground that it would be open only to the girls. Can the boy challenge the Headmaster`s decision? If so, on what grounds?
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