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Constitutional Law 2011


Attempt four questions of 20 marks each.

Q.2.Critically examine the amended procedure as to the appointment of the judges under the constitution of Islamic republic of Pakistan,1973.compare it with the relevant provisions in Indian constitution.

Q.3.Provincial autonomy is the long persisting demand of the provinces in Pakistan.In your opinion to what extant did the constitutional (18th amendment)act,2010,satisfy the said demand ?

Q.4.Indian constitution preaches democracy and secularism in theory,but practice is otherwise.Discuss the statement in the light of the constitutional provisions and historical events taken place in India.

Q.5.House of Lords has lost its utility and importance long ago,therefore it should either be abolished or reformed.
Examine the statement in the light of the discussions taken place in united kingdom on the topic during last two decades and also give your own views on the subject.

Q.6.''Committee system increases the efficiency of a government''.
Discuss the statement with special reference to the committee system in Westminister parliament and compare it with the system in united states of America.

Q.7.The three pillars of the government in USA have been taken apart from each other by the doctrine of separation of powers and cemented together by the doctrine of checks and balances.
Critically examine the statement.

8.The 1936 constitution of USSR is characterized with democratic centralism.Analyse the relevant provisions of the constitution paving way to the said assumption.
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CONSTITUTIONAL LAW PAPER 2011
Q.1. MCQS
1.England has ……………….monarchy
a)absolute b) limited c) no d) none of these

2. In England the whole cabinet system is based on:
a) checks and balances b) separation of powers c) Monarchy d) none of these

3. the sovereignty of the parliament in England has been…………..by statute of Westminster Act 1931.
a) limited b) extended c) abolished d) none of these

4. Sir Wintson Churchill was the leader of ……………..party.
a) labour b) conservative c) liberal democrats d) none of these

5. USA in beginning was a:
a) monarchy b) federation c) confederation d) none of these

6.In USA ,senatorial courtesy is the result of:
a) legislative act b) judicial interpretations c) conventions d) none of these

7. method of amendment of constitution in U.S.A has been provided under Article…………….of the U.S.A constitution:
a) 2 b) 3 c) 4 d) none of these

8. Doctrine of implied powers in U.S.A was enunciated by:
a) Montesquieu b) justice Marshal c) William Roosevelt d) none of these

9. In 1947,a seven members committee was constituted to draft Indian constitution.the chairman of the said committee was:
a) Dr.K.M munshi b) Dr.B.R Ambedkar c) T.T Krishnamachari d) none of these

10. ………………has complete control on money bills, in India:
a) president b) rajia sabha c) lok sabha d) none of these

11. The constitution of India assigns the residuary powers to:
a) union government b) Local government c) Central government d) none of these

12. The writ jurisdiction of the Supreme Court in India has been embodied under Article………….of its constitution:
a) 11 b) 112 c) 132 d) none of these

13. ………….constitution has a unique characteristic of having its preamble as its substantive part:
a) French b) U.S.A c) Indian d) none of these

14. Right to fair trial” has been inserted in the constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan through……………… amendment:
a) 17th b) 18th c) 19th d) none of these

15. Supreme Court’s powers as to judicial review in Pakistan,has been embodied under article……………of the constitution:
a) 84 b) 184 c) 284 d) none of these

16. The constitutional name of parliament in Pakistan is:
a) Majlis-e-shoora b) Majlis-e-shoora(parliament) c) Majlis-e-khas d) none of these

17. The politbureau in Russia was established in:
a) 1909 b) 1919 c) 1929 d) none of these

18. The working of the communist party in Russia is based on the principle of:
a) Democratic Realism b) Democratic Rationalism c) Democratic Centralism d)none of these

19. France became a republic in:
a) 1783 b) 1793 c) 1873 d) none of these

20. In France senate is elected:
a) Directly b) Indirectly c) for life d) none of these
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plz guide that when they ask relevant provisions regarding democratic centralism ,are we required to quote the exact provisions with their respective numbers or we just have to discuss the concept and it various areas which it covers? e.g the relation of union republics and all unions govt ???
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plz guide that when they ask relevant provisions regarding democratic centralism ,are we required to quote the exact provisions with their respective numbers or we just have to discuss the concept and it various areas which it covers? e.g the relation of union republics and all unions govt ???


the minimum thing to produce is the general provisions of any development or constitution or its amendment, and the maximum is to go into the details of clauses and their specifications. the main wording and specified terms shud be kept in mind not as it is all the sentences. the maximum relevant details with their critical analysis u produce, the maximum u score.
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