On which of the following grounds can a judge of the Supreme Court be impeached ?
1. Violation of the Constitution
2. Proved misbehavior
3. In capacity to act as a judge
Select the correct answer using the code given below :
A. 1 only
B. 2 only
C. 1,2 and 3
D. 2 and 3 only
Public Interest Litigation (PIL) may be linked with :
A. Judicial review
B. Judicial activism
C. judicial intervention
D. Judicial sanctity
Who holds the power to increase the number of judges in the Supreme Court ?
A. Prime Minister
D. Ministry of law
When there is a vacancy in the office of the President and the vice-President at the same time, the office is held temporarily by—
A. The Prime Minister
B. The Chief Justice of India
C. The Speaker of Lok Sabha
D. None of these
Acting Chief Justice of the Supreme Court in India is appointed by the—
A. Chief Justice of Supreme Court
B. Prime Minister
D. Law Minister
Who has the right to seek advisory opinion of the Supreme Court of India, on any question of law ?
A. Prime Minister
C. Any judge of the High Court
D. All the above
The power of the Supreme Court of India to decide disputes between the Centre and the States falls under its :
A. Advisory jurisdiction
B. Appellate jurisdiction
C. Constitutional jurisdiction
D. Original jurisdiction
Sovereignty of Indian Parliament is restricted by :
A. Powers pf the President of India
B. Judicial review
C. Powers of the Prime Minister of India
D. Leader of the Opposition
Who of the following Chief Justices of India acted as the President of India also ?
A. Justice M. Hidayatullah
B. Justice P. N. Bhagwati
C. Justice Mehar Chand Mahajan
D. Justice B. K. Mukherjee
The Indian Constitution provides for the appointment of Adhoc Judges in :
A. Supreme Court
B. High Court
C. District and Session Courts
D. All of these
Which Article of the Constitution of India deals with the appellate jurisdiction of the Supreme Court in connection with Constitutional cases ?
A. Article 131
B. Article 132
C. Article 132 read with Article 134 A
D. Article 133 read with Article 134 A
Which one of the following is correct about the Supreme Court regarding its judgement?
A. It can change the judgement
B. It can not change the judgement
C. Only the Chief Justice of India can change the judgement
D. Only the Ministry of Law can change the judgement
Salaries of the Judges of the Supreme Court are determined by:
A. Pay Commission appointed by the President
B. Law Commission
D. Council of Ministers
Which of the following courts in India is/are known as the Court(s) of Records ?
A. The High Courts only
B. The Supreme Court only
C. The High Courts and Supreme Court
D. The District Courts
Which one of the following subjects comes under the common jurisdiction of the Supreme Court and the High Court ?
A. Mutual disputes among States
B. Dispute between Centre and States
C. Protection of the Fundamental Rights
D. Protection from the violation of the Constitution
The system of Judicial Review exists in—
A. India only
B. U.K. only
C. U.S.A. only
D. India and U.S.A.
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
Who is the custodian of Indian Constitution ?
C. Council of Ministers
D. Supreme Court
Who has the right to transfer any case anywhere in India ?
B. Supreme Court
C. High Court
D. None of these
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