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Constitutional Law - I - December 2009 - January 2010 3YDC

Question Type Question  
Short Nature of Indian Constitution.
Short Govt. of India Act, 1935.
Short Preamble
Short Definition of State.
Short Doctrine of Severability
Short Double Jeopardy.
Short Right to Education
Short Enforcement of Fundamental Duties
Long Equality is a dynamic concept with many aspects and dimensions and it cannot be cribbed and cabined and confined within traditional and doctrinaire limits - Explain.
Long No Person can be compelled to be a witness against himself. - Elucidate the statement.
Long Explain the relationship between Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles of state policy.
Long What is the nature and scope of the freedoms guaranteed under Act 19 of the Constitution of India?
Problem "A" belonging to "X" religion wants to convert "B" belonging to "Y" religion into his religion. The people belonging to "Y" religion objected it. Is "A" guaranteed the right to convert another to his religion? Decide.
Problem "X" was prosecuted and acquitted by a criminal court. However, he was kept in jail even after acquittal for a period of Four years. "X" wants to file a petition for his release and compensation. ? Advise him.
Problem A State Government passed a legislation providing 75% reservation in favour of SCs, STs, Backward Classes and Minorities in public employment. "X" challenged it on the ground that it is unconstitutional. - Decide.
Problem There are starvation deaths in a particular state. A social organization approached the state Government to provide food security, but in vain. The social organization filed a petition in the apex court for enforcement of the right to food security as part of Article 21 of the Constitution. ? Decide
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