LL.B Part-III: Constitutional Law-I Past Paper Supplementary 2019

Here you will find LL.B Part-III Constitutional Law-I Past Paper Supplementary 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 Supplementary 2019.

Note: Attempt any SIX questions. THREE from Part-I and THREE questions from Part ll. Each question carries equal marks.


Q1. There is a common phrase in the British Legal System that the king can do no wrong’ Discuss the statement.

Q2. Explain Dicey’s exposition on the Rule of Law and criticism raised against his theory and enumerate its implication in modern times.

Q3. Discuss the sources of the British Constitution.

Q4. Explain the Supremacy of the British Parliament and practical limitations on its sovereignty.

Q5. Discuss the Doctrine of Ministerial Responsibility in the British Constitution.

Q6. Write a comprehensive note on any two of the following:

  1. Privy Council
  2. House of Common
  3. Human Rights in the British Legal System
  4. Magna Carta (1215)


Q7. Discuss the Sources of the US Constitution.

Q8. The U S. Supreme Court in the case of Marbury v. Madison (1803) established the principle of judicial review – the power of the federal courts to declare legislative and executive acts unconstitutional. Discuss the origin, scope, and limitations of ‘Judicial Review’ in the US Constitution.

Q9. Discuss the Qualifications and powers of the US President.

Q10. What is the role of the US Congress in Law Making? And discuss the functions and powers of the US Congress.

Q11. Critically analyze the theory of Separation of Powers. Are there any checks and balance system in US Constitution? Comment.

Q12. Write a Comprehensive Note on any two of the following:

  1. Bill of Rights
  2. Senate
  3. Constitutional Role of Vice President of the US
  4. US Supreme Court and Protection of Civil Liberties

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