Judiciary MCQ Questions for Class 8 Social Science Chapter 5 with Answers

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Q1. What is the full form of PIL?

(i) Public Interest Limitations
(ii) Public Interest litigation
(iii) Public Interesting law
(iv) People Interest Litigation

(ii) Public Interest litigation

Q2. Which article states the fundamental Right to Life guaranteed the right to food?

(i) Article 21
(ii) Article 23
(iii) Article 25
(iv) Article 20

(i) Article 21

Q3. What is the term used for money given to make amends for an injury or a loss?

(i) Donation
(ii) Compensation
(iii) Both (i) and (ii)
(iv) None of these

(ii) Compensation

Q4. The idea of the Public Interest Litigation was given by whom?

(i) President of India
(ii) Prime Minister of India
(iii) Supreme Court of India
(iv) Parliament

(iii) Supreme Court of India

Q5. When India did become Republic?

(i) 1950
(ii) 1976
(iii) 1965
(iv) 1947

(i) 1950

Q6. When was the mechanism of Public Interest Litigation (PIL) was devised by the Supreme Court?

(i) 1980
(ii) 1990
(iii) 1970
(iv) 1960

(i) 1980

Q7. Name the only Union Territory which has a High Court of its own?

(i) Pondicherry
(ii) Delhi
(iii) Chandigarh
(iv) Daman and Diu

(ii) Delhi

Q8. Judiciary in India resolves the disputes between

(i) State and State
(ii) State and Citizen
(iii) Citizen and Citizen
(iv) All the above

(iv) All the above

Q9. What is the full form of PIL?

(i) Public Interest limited
(ii) Public Interference Limited
(iii) Public Interest litigation
(iv) None of these

(iii) Public Interest litigation

Q10. Which court is at apex level?

(i) Supreme Court
(ii) Lower court
(iii) District court
(iv) High court

(i) Supreme Court

Q11. Name the only Union Territory which has a High Court of its own?

(i) Pondicherry
(ii) Delhi
(iii) Chandigarh
(iv) Daman and Diu

(ii) Delhi

Q12. What is the full form of PIL?

(i) Public Interest limited
(ii) Public Interference Limited
(iii) Public Interest litigation
(iv) None of these

(iii) Public Interest litigation

Q13. Once appointed, a judge can be removed by:

(i) District judge
(ii) Chief Minister
(iii) Prime Minister
(iv) None of above

(iv) None of above

Q14. How many high courts are in India?

(i) 21 High Courts
(ii) 25 High Courts
(iii) 26 High Courts
(iv) 27 High Courts

(i) 21 High Courts

Q15. The Supreme court was established on

(i) 1950
(ii) 1980
(iii) 1962
(iv) 1949

(i) 1950

Q16. In which age judge of the High Court get retired?

(i) 62 years
(ii) 65 years
(iii) 60 years
(iv) 64 years

(i) 62 years

Q17. What is rule of law?

(i) Rich people are superior to other
(ii) Low caste people are inferior
(iii) All are same before law
(iv) None of these

(iii) All are same before law

Q18. How many High Courts are there in India currently?

(i) 31
(ii) 25
(iii) 11
(iv) 01

(ii) 25

Q19. Which is the foremost judicial body of our country?

(i) Supreme Court
(ii) High court
(iii) Lok Adalat
(iv) None of these

(i) Supreme Court

Q20. Article 21 includes

(i) Right to health
(ii) Right to worship
(iii) Right to speech
(iv) Right against Exploration

(i) Right to health

Q21. Which is the highest court of appeal in our country?

(i) High Court
(ii) Supreme Court
(iii) Lok Adalat
(iv) None of these

(ii) Supreme Court

Q22. Who is the final interpreter of our Constitution?

(i) Judiciary
(ii) Government
(iii) Executive
(iv) Legislative

(i) Judiciary

Q23. The removal of persons from land or homes that they are currently living in, is called

(i) violation
(ii) eviction
(iii) separation of power
(iv) judiciary

(ii) eviction

Q24. In which year PUCL filed the PIL in the Supreme Court against government for the food short-age?

(i) 2000
(ii) 2001
(iii) 2003
(iv) 2002

(ii) 2001

Q25. Law apply equally to all______

(i) Persons
(ii) Ministers
(iii) M.L.As
(iv) Animals

(i) Persons

Q26. Which is the highest judicial authority in a state?

(i) Supreme Court
(ii) High court
(iii) Lok Adalat
(iv) None of these

(ii) High court

Q27. How many high courts are in India?

(i) 21 High Courts
(ii) 25 High Courts
(iii) 26 High Courts
(iv) 27 High Courts

(i) 21 High Courts

Q28. The removal of persons from land or homes that they are currently living in, is called

(i) violation
(ii) eviction
(iii) separation of power
(iv) judiciary

(ii) eviction

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