Here you will find LL.B Part-III Constitutional Law-I Past Paper Annual 2019. This Constitutional Law-I paper is the third paper in the LL.B (5 years) Part-III examination. Find below the past paper of the Constitutional Law-I Annual 2019.
Note: Attempt any SIX questions. THREE from Part-I and THREE questions from Part ll. Each question carries equal marks.
PART-I: BRITISH CONSTITUTION
Q1. “The Crown is an institution which never dies.” Discuss the maxim and enumerate the Constitutional position and prerogatives of the Crown.
Q2. House of Common is more powerful than the House of Lords, discuss the statement.
Q3. Explain the salient features of the British Constitution.
Q4. Discuss the principle of the supremacy of the British Parliament and highlight the factors that restrain the legislative supremacy of Parliament.
Q5. Discuss the Doctrine of Ministerial Responsibility in the British Constitution.
Q6. Write a comprehensive note on any two of the following:
- Lord Chancellor
- Separation of Powers in British Law
- Human Rights
- Magna Carta (1215)
PART II: US CONSTITUTION
Q7. Discuss the Salient Features of the US Constitution.
Q8. Discuss the Doctrine of Judicial Review in the context of the US Constitution. Elaborate in the light of Marbury vs Madison (5 U S 137, 1803).
Q9. Enumerate the Powers of the US Congress and its limitations under the relevant provisions of US Constitution.
Q10. Discuss the Composition and Jurisdiction of US Supreme Court in the light of the US Constitution.
Q11. Explain the election and impeachment procedure for US President.
Q12. Write a Comprehensive Note on any two of the following:
- Bill of Rights
- McCullah vs. Madison case (17 U.S. 316, 1819)
- The doctrine of Separation of Powers
- 5th and 14th Amendments of the US Constitution