CUET 2024 Legal Studies Unit 4 – Human Rights in India MCQ Question and Answers – MCQs for Practice by Meenu Saini | May 27, 2022 | General | 0 comments Legal Studies Unit 4 – Human Rights in India MCQ Question Answers for CUET 2024 1. What is the purpose of the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC)a.Reviews the standards of human rights in different statesb.Allows individuals to bring issues to the attention of the councilc.Publicly promotes human rightsd.Makes recommendations regarding human rights Loading... 2. What is the role of the Queensland Council for Civil Liberties?a.provides a forum to build awareness and seek solutions for human rightsb.Provides advocacy for human rights issuesc.Ensures that all Queenslanders enjoy huprovides advocacy for human rights issuesman rightsd.All of above Loading... 3. What is the level to which guilt or liability needs to be proven in a CIVIL CASE?a.Beyond resonable doubtb.On the balance of probabiitiesc.No doubt whatsoeverd.If they look quilty Loading... 4. Can the National Commission for Minorities take action sou motu?a.No b.Yesc.Sometimesd.Not specified Loading... 5. What is Ratio Decidendi?a.Law that has been developed on the basis of preceding rulings by judgesb.By the law' statements the Judge writes to help explain a decision; not legally bindingc.The reason for deciding the outcome of a cased.A certain legal practice is observed and the relevant actors consider it law (isn’t law but is followed as so) Loading... 6. What does the Human Rights Committee do?a.Advocates for refugeesb.Investigates reported violations of the ICCPRc.Published a report on each country who is signatory to the ICCPRd.Hears complaints brought by individuals against their own government Loading... 7. Who are the 5 permanent members of the UN Security Council?a.France, USA, Russia, China, UKb.France, Germany, Japan, USA, UKc.Australia, France, USA, Japan, Germanyd.Germany, Russia, Australia, UK, Japan Loading... 8. Negatives to state sovereigntya.Can ignore International Human Rightsb.Can remove existing domestic human rights protectionsc.Can ignore Domestic Human Rights Violationsd.Can enact discriminatory laws Loading... 9. In which year was the American Declaration of Independence adopted?a.1786b.1796c.1756d.1776 Loading... 10. What is an implied right in the Australian Constitution?a.Right to freedom of political communicationsb.Right to trial b juryc.Right to freedom of releigiond.Right to vote Loading... 11. What are some of the UN organs?a.Economic and Social Councilb.UN Security Councilc.Un General Assemblyd.Amnesty International Loading... 12. The official power to make legal decisions and judgments.a.Codeb.Inquisitorial Systemc.Equitable Outcomesd.Jurisdiction Loading... 13. Like the National Human Rights Commission, the National Commission for Minorities is vested with powers of a ____________a.None of theseb.Criminal Courtc.Civil Courtd.Both a and b Loading... 14. Article 21A provides free and compulsory education to children of age groupa.Six to Sixteenb.Five to Fourteenc.Five to Sixteend.Six to Fourteen Loading... 15. Article 26 of the UDHR statesa.The Right to Freedom of Religionb.Right to Educationc.Right to Lifed.Right to Free Speech Loading... 16. Positives to state sovereigntya.Can impose sanctions on other state for braches of Human rightsb.Exercise influence in international forumsc.Can implement domestic laws protecting human rightsd.Can enter into international relations Loading... 17. Human rights are;a.Indivisibeb.Inalienablec.Universald.All of above Loading... 18. Select the components of the International Bill of Human Rightsa. International Covenant on Civil and Political Rightsb.nternational Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rightsc.Universal Declaration of Human Rightsd.All of above Loading... 19. When was the National Commission for Women set up?a.1990b.None of thesec.1992d.1991 Loading... 20. Which article of the constitution abolishes untouchability?a.17b.16c.14d.15 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 2 (D) – Introduction to criminal laws in India MCQs Legal Studies Unit 3 – Arbitration, Tribunal Adjudication and Alternative Dispute Resolution 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.