CUET 2023 Legal Studies Unit 2 (D) – Introduction to criminal laws in India MCQ Question and Answers – MCQs for Practice by Meenu Saini | May 27, 2022 | General | 0 comments Legal Studies Unit 2 (D) – Introduction to criminal laws in India MCQ Question Answers for CUET 2023 1. Which of the following can be termed a "victim-oriented" theory?a.Retributionb.Deterrancec.Restorationd.Incapacitation Loading... 2. What is the Latin term for "the act of doing something bad"?a.Mens Reab.Actus Reusc.Nisi Sitd.Non Facit Loading... 3. An injury caused in _____________ is not a crime while in _____________ is a crimea.self defence, revengeb.None of thesec.friendship, enemityd.revenge, self defence Loading... 4. Which section of IPC States that crime includes illegal omission?a.30b.31c.33d.32 Loading... 5. An act alone cannot create criminal liability unless it is accompanied by ____________a.Guilty mindb.Greedc.None of thesed.Compensation Loading... 6. Which type of offences are "bailable offences"?a.None of theseb.Minor offencesc.Serious offencesd.Both a and b Loading... 7. Which of these is NOT a crime against children?a.Dowry Deathb.Child Traffickingc.Infanticided.Foeticide Loading... 8. Theory of retribution deals with _________a.Righting of balanceb.All of thesec.Punishmentd.Death Sentence Loading... 9. Which of the following is not actus reus?a.A pickpocket stealing moneyb.A Maid stealing Valuablesc.A thief stealing a scooterd.A policeman firing on a mob Loading... 10. A is travelling without a ticket. When caught, he pays a fine to the ticket checker. This offence is ___________a.Bailable b.Non bailablec.Compoundable d.None of these Loading... 11. What is the difference between intention and motive?a.None of theseb.Intenion is doing an act knowingly while motive is the aim behind doing a criminal actc.They are samed.Intention is dreaming of doing an act while motive is the desire to commit a crime Loading... 12. The word 'reus' means ___________a.Forbidden by lawb.Allowed by lawc.None of thesed.Both a and b Loading... 13. What does "deterrence" do?a.Punishes criminal b.All of thesec.Prevents repetition of crimesd.Penalizes criminal Loading... 14. What does incapacitation imply?a.None of theseb.To separate the criminalc.To disable a criminald.To rehabilitate the criminal Loading... 15. Mens rea means _____________a.Good Intentionb.Ill Intentionc.Forbidden by lawd.Allowed by law Loading... 16. Which of these is a source of Criminal law?a.Indian Evidence Actb.Consumer protection Actc.Income Tax Actd.Indian Contract Act Loading... 17. Which offence is covered under section 378 of IPC?a.Dowery Deathb.Theftc.None of thesed.Rape Loading... 18. When was the Indian Penal code enacted?a.1947b.1960c.1860d.1760 Loading... 19. IPC Stands for _______a.India's Public Conductb.Indian Penal Codec.Industrial Public Coded.Implied Private Code Loading... 20. Where in India is IPC not applicable?a.NCRb.J &Kc.All of thesed.Union Territories Loading... Loading... Also See: Legal Studies Unit 1 – Judiciary MCQs Legal Studies Unit 2 (A) – Law of Property MCQs Legal Studies Unit 2 (B) – Law of Contracts MCQs Legal Studies Unit 2 (C) – Law of Tort MCQs Legal Studies Unit 3 – Arbitration, Tribunal Adjudication and Alternative Dispute Resolution MCQs Legal Studies Unit 4 – Human Rights in India MCQs Legal Studies Unit 5 – Legal Profession in India MCQs Legal Studies Unit 6 – Legal Services MCQs Legal Studies Unit 7 – International Context MCQs Submit a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.