Uttaranchal University All India Entrance Examination- 2015: for Admission into LL.M. 1 year course

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The University invites application for admission to LL.M. (One Year) programme for the academic session 2015-16

Eligibility for the Course: 

  • 3 years or 5 years degree in Law with minimum 50% marks (45% in case of SC/ST candidates)
  • Admission is based on Uttaranchal University All India Entrance Examination conducted by the University under the aegis of the Centre of Post-Graduate Legal Studies (CPGLS), Law College Dehradun, Uttaranchal University.
  • Out of total intake 40% Seats are allotted to students of Uttarakhand state under state quota and rest are open to students from all over India.
  • Uttarakhand Domicile students would be granted 26% rebate in tuition fees.
  • Reservation of seats as per the norms of Uttarakhand State.

Last Date of Application: 20 July, 2015

Date of Entrance Exam: 26 July, 2015 (Sunday)

Written Test: 10 AM – 12 PM.

Result Announcement: 3 PM followed by admission procedure.

Pattern of Entrance Examination:

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Exam Description  
Total Marks 100
Number of multiple-choice question of one mark each 100
Duration of Examination 2 hours


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Subject Area
1.      Constitution of India
2.      Jurisprudence
3.      Indian Penal Code
4.      Family Laws
5.      Indian Contract Act
6.      Administrative Law
7.      International Law
Note: There shall be no Negative Marking on the wrong answer.


The different subject areas of the examination:

Constitution of India:

1. Doctrine of ‘prospective overruling’ has been propounded by Supreme Court in the case of
(a) Shankar Prasad v. U09.
(b) Sajjan Singh v. State of Rajasthan
(c) Golaknath v. State of Punjab
(d) L. Chandra Kumar v. U09.

2. Article 368 incorporates:
(a) Power to amend the Constitution
(b) Procedure to amend the Constitution
(c) Power & Procedure to amend the Constitution
(d) None of the above


1. An ideal of lord Krishna is a temple is;
(a) A natural person
(b) A legal person
(c) Not a person in the eye of law because only the priest of the                temple will be a person
(d) Not a person because no personality can be conferred on God.

2. Who among the following is considered exponent of utilitarianism?
(a) Hobbes                               (b) Bentham
(c) David Hume                       (d) Grotius

Indian Penal Code:

1. An aggravated form of wrongful confinement of a girl amounts to
(a) Kidnapping                        (b) Abduction
(c) Enticing                              (d) Taking away.

2. Under IPC, which one of the following sections makes provision of Solitary
(a) Section-71
(b) Section-72
(c) Section-73
(d) Section-74

Family Laws:

1. When two persons are descendants of a common ancestor but by different wives, they are said to be related to each other by :
(a) Full Blood                          (b) Uterine Blood
(c) Half – Blood                       (d) None of the above

Indian Contract Act:

1. Under the Indian Contract Act, acceptance of proposal should be
(a) Conditional or Unconditional
(b) Conditional but not absolute
(c) Unconditional and absolute
(d) Unconditional but not absolute

2. Contractual liability arises, where
(a) There is offer and acceptance only
(b) There is intention to create legal relation
(c) There is loss to one party
(d) The loss of one party is the gain of other party

Administrative Law:

1. Which amongst the following is not the principle of Natural Justice:
(a) Rule against bias
(b) Hearing
(c) Judicial Review
(d) All of the above

2. Montesquieu in his book ‘The Spirit of the laws’ formulated the principle of
(a) Rule of law
(b) Separation of powers
(c) Both (a) & (b)
(d) Neither (a) nor (b)

International Law:

1. Rule of speciality relates to:
(a) Extradition
(b) Asylum
(c) Recognition
(d) Intervention

2. Which amongst the following is not the organ of UNO?
(a) General Assembly
(b) International Court of Justice
(c) Secretariat
(d) World Health Organization

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