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The Union Judiciary – Supreme Court
1. The system of Judicial Review exists in
(A) India only
(B) UK only
(C) USA only
(D) India and USA
2. Which Article of the Constitution permits the Supreme Court to review its own judgement or order?
(A) Article 137
(B) Article 138
(C) Article 139
(D) Article 140
3. Who is the custodian of Indian Constitution?
(C) Council of Ministers
(D) Supreme Court
4. Who has the right to transfer any case anywhere in India?
(B) Supreme Court
(C) High Court
(D) None of these
5. Which of the following is true for Indian Judicial System?
(A) It is Controlled by the Parliament
(B) The Supreme court of India is controlled by the Parliament and the high courts are controlled by the state Legislature
(C) It is an independent institution
(D) None of the above
6. Consider the following statements about the jurisdiction of Supreme court of India. Which of the following is correctly matched?
(A) Original jurisdiction settles disputes between union and states and among states
(B) Appellate jurisdiction tries appeals from lower courts in civil criminal and constitutional cases
(C) Advisory jurisdictions advises the president on Matters of public importance and law
(D) All are correctly matched
7. What does the ‘Judicial Review’ Function of the Supreme Court mean?
(A) Review its own judgement
(B) Review the functioning of Judiciary in the country
(C) Examine the constitutional validity of the laws
(D) Undertake periodic review of the constitution
8. The Supreme Court of India enjoys
(A) Original Jurisdiction
(B) Advisory Jurisdiction
(C) Appellate and Advisory Jurisdictions
(D) Original, Appellate and Advisory jurisdictions
9. What makes the judiciary the guardian of the constitution?
(B) Service conditions
(D) Judicial Review
10.On which of the following grounds can a Judge of the Supreme Court be impeached?
(A) Violation of the Constitution.
(B) Proved misbehavior.
(C) Incapacity to act as a judge.
Select the correct answer using the codes given below
(A) Only 1
(B) Only 2
(C) 1,2 and 3
(D) 2and 3