Here you will find LL.B Part-4 Constitutional Law-II Past Paper Annual 2021. This Constitutional Law-II paper is the first paper in the LL.B (5 years program) Part-4 examination. Find below the past paper of Constitutional Law-II 2021.
LLB Part-4 Constitutional Law-II paper of 2021
Find below the past paper of Constitutional Law-II for LLB Part-4 annual 2021.
Attempt any THREE questions from Part-l and ONE question each from Part-ll and Part-III. All questions carry equal marks.
Part-I (Constitution of Pakistan)
Q1. Explain the scope of fundamental rights in Pakistan and discuss with special reference to
safeguards against arrest and detention under Article 10 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan.
Q2. Discuss the taw relating 10 Principles of Policy and elaborate on the statements about
promotion of Social Justice and eradication of social evils and promotion of social and
the economic well-being of the people of Pakistan in the light of relevant provisions of the
Q3. Discuss the unit jurisdiction of the High Courts of Pakistan according to Article 199 and
limitations on the exercise of this jurisdiction.
Q4. How the president of Pakistan is elected and removed or impeached under articles 41 and 47 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan 1973.
Q5. Discuss the Islamic provisions in the Constitr$ion of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan 1973.
Q6. Write a comprehensive note on any two of the following:
- Chief Minister
- Appointment of Judges in Superior Courts of Pakistan
- Council of Common Interest
- Law-making procedure in the Constitution of Pakistan
Part II (Constitutional History of Pakistan)
Q7. Discuss in detail the salient features of the Constitution of 1956.
Q8. Write a comprehensive note on the Government of India Act, 1935, and its shortcomings.
Part- III (Leading Constitutional Cases)
Q9. Discuss the facts, issues, and principles laid down by the Honorable Supreme Court in the
Al-jehad Trust vs. Federation of Pakistan (PLD 1996 SC 324).
Q10. Discuss the Begum Nusrat Bhutto vs. Chief of Army Staff and Federation of Pakistan (Nusrat Bhutto Case) (PLD 1977 SC 657).