Constitutional Law-I is compulsory and third paper in LL.B part 1 examination. Here you’ll find all year wise past papers of Constitutional Law-I of LL.B Part 1 is gathered here according to needs. Constitutional Law gives you understanding about how current constitution its amendments and about constitution of USA and UK. Find all the year wise past papers of Constitutional Law-I below:
Year Wise Past Papers of Constitutional Law-I
LL.B Part 1 Constitutional Law-I Past Papers 2007 To Onward
Constitutional Law-I LL.B PART-I ANNUAL 2007 Paper-III
i) Attempt any SIX questions in all, selecting THREE questions from each part. All questions carry equal marks.
Q.1. Explain importance of Conventions under British Constitution.
Q.2. “House of Common is more powerful than House of cord”. Comments.
Q3. What are different kinds of Courts in England and what type of different laws are followed by the Courts in England? Discuss
Q4. Highlight the salient features of British Constitution in detail.
Q5. Up to what extent the phrase, “the King can do no wrong” holds good today? Explain.
Q.6. What is “Role of Law”? Discuss its significance, whether there are some exceptions to it under British Constitution.
Q.7. How has the American Constitution been developed during the last two centuries?
Q.8. How is American president elected? Discuss his powers.
Q.9. Discuss the corporation and function of American Congress.
Q10. Explain the system of “checks and balances” under U.S. Constitution.
Q.11: Fundamental Rights are guaranteed under U.S Constitution. Discuss.
Q. 12. Write short notes on:
(a) Bill of Rights (b) Powers & Functions of U.S Senate.
Constitutional Law-I LL.B PART-I ANNUAL 2008 Paper-III
Q.1 What are-political prerogatives of the crown under British constitutional system?
Q.2 Explain Distinguish between federal and unitary system.
Q.3 Explain the powers and functions of the House of Common.
Q.4 Explain the powers and functions of Cabinet in U.K.
Q.5. Whether the .parliamentary sovereignty and rule of law oppose each other? Discuss.
Q.6. Explain the sanction behind conventions Which enforced them.
Q.7. Explain the role of Congress in U.S.A
Q.8. U.S Constitution is a rigid constitution. Comment.
Q.9. Explain the doctrine “judicial review”. in the U.S.A.
Q.10. Explain the role of president in U.S. Constitution.
Q.11. Discuss the effect of the case Marbury Vs Madison in American Constitution.
Q. 12. Explain in detail the formation and function of Senate in America.
Constitutional Law-I LL.B PART-I ANNUAL 2009 Paper-III
Q1 Critically analyse the salient features of British Constitution.
Q2 Explain the powers and functions of the House of Common?
Q3 Discuss fully the doctrine of Ministerial Responsibility under the British Constitution.
Q4 What are different kinds of Courts in England and what type of different laws are followed by the Courts in England ? Discuss.
Q5 Whether the parliamentary sovereignty and rule of law oppose each other? Discuss.
Q6 Explain the sanction behind convention’s which enforced them.
Q7 Briefly discuss the salient features of the U.S. Constitution.
Q8 What is the composition and function of the House of Representative under the U.S Constitution?
Q9 Explain the role of President in U.S. Constitution.
Q10 Explain the doctrine “Judicial review” in U.S.A.
Q11 Discuss the effect of the case Marbury Vs Madison in American Constitution.
Q12 Discuss the concept of “four freedoms’ under the American Constitution.
Constitutional Law-I LL.B PART-I ANNUAL 2010 Paper-III
Q1. What is the difference between a written and an unwritten constitution? Explain, with examples.
Q2. Outline the various steps of lawmaking in England.
Q3. Evaluate the role of Queen/King under the British Constitution.
Q4. House of Commons is more powerful than House of Lords. Discuss in detail.
Q5. What is the theory of “Separation of Power” and to what extent it is embodied in the British Constitution?
Q6. Write notes on:
- Bill of Rights
- Privy Council
Q7. Fundamental Rights are guaranteed under the USA Constitution. Discuss.
Q8. What are the powers of the Congress? Explain.
Q9. Explain the composition and jurisdiction of the USA Supreme Court.
Q10. Explain the method of election of the President and the Vice-President in the USA Constitution.
Q11. Discuss the procedure of legislation under the USA Constitution.
Q12. Explain the case of Marbury V Madison in detail. What is its effect on the American Constitution?
Constitutional Law-I LL.B PART-I ANNUAL 2011 Paper-III
Q.1. Write in detail on the salient features of the unwritten British Constitution.
Q.2. What do you understand by the Prerogatives of the Crown? How tare the Prerogatives exercised?
Q.3. Discuss the process of law making by the bicameral parliament of the UK.
Q.4. Discuss the principle of supremacy of parliament and explain the factors. responsible for it.
Q.5. State the nature and function of the cabinet in the UK.
Q.6. Write a short note on the following: a) Privy Council b) Speaker of House of Commons
Q.7. -Discuss in detail the emergency powers of the American President.
Q.8. Explain the role of the Congress. in the US Constitution.
Q.9. Explain in detail jurisdiction of the Supreme Court of the USA.
Q.10. No state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge un-privileges or immunities of the citizens of the United States nor shall any state deprive any person of life, liberty or property without due Powers of law, nor deny any person within its jurisdiction the equal protections of the law. Elaborate.
Q.11. Discuss the doctrine of Separation of Powers under the US Constitution.
Q.12. Discuss the procedure of legislation under the-US Constitution.
Constitutional Law-I LL.B PART-I ANNUAL 2012 Paper-III
Q. 1 Describe the various sources of British Constitution in detail.
Q. 2. Explain the sanctions behind the conventions which enforce them.
Q. 3 Explain the powers and functions of the House of Common.
Q. 4 Discuss the “Doctrine of Supremacy of Parliament” under the British Constitution.
Q. 5 Write a detailed ‘note on the cabinet_ system.
Q. 6. Write a short note on the following:
(a) Speaker of the House of Common (b) Lord Chancellor
Q. 7 Briefly describe the constitutional history of the USA. Fundamental rights are guaranteed under the US constitution. Discuss.
Q. 8 How American president is elected? Also, discuss his Various powers.
Q. 9 Explain in detail the formation and functions of Senate in the American system of government.
Q. 11. Explain in detail the doctrine of “Judicial Review” in the USA.
Q. 12. Discuss the procedure of legislation under the US Constitution.
Constitutional Law-I LL.B PART-I ANNUAL 2013 Paper-III
Q1. What are the various sources of British Constitution? Also Explain & quote some important conventions.
Q2. The concept of Rule of law is an integral part of the British Constitution. Please explain it critically in diceyan perspective with the French Concept of “Droit Administratif’
Q3. Conventions carry an important place in the British Constitution, Explain. Also, specify- Various important conventions.
Q4. The British Prime Minister is considered as the most powerful person in the UK. explain his various powers. is there any check on these powers?
Q5. The British Parliament is Sovereign? is there any limitation over the authority of British parliament?
Q6. Write Notes on:
(i) Ministerial responsibility (ii) The king can do no wrong
Q7. Discuss the process of Election for the U.S President. Also, explain his Emergency powers.
Q8. Discuss the Doctrine of “Judicial Review”. Critically analyze the case: Marbury VS Madison.
Q9. What do you know about the concept of Separation of powers? Please explain this concept with a system of checks & balances.
Q10. What are the various powers & functions of the American Congress? Is there any limitation over its authority?
Q11. What is the process of legislation in the U.S Congress? Explain the role of “pocket veto” in this process.
Q12. Write notes on:
(a) Equal Protection of laws (b) Bill of Rights
Constitutional Law-I LL.B PART-I ANNUAL 2014 Paper-III
Q.1. What do you understand by the term “Rule of Law”? Elaborate the concept in the light of historical perspective with special reference to Dicey’s Exposition on the Rule of Law and its implications today.
Q2. The legislation case law and conventions are considered the significant sources of British Constitution. Explain these concepts and give examples in each case.
Q3. There is a common phrase in British legal system that “the king can do no wrong”. As a student of law, to what extent do you agree with this statement? Support your answer with reasons.
Q4. Explain the lawmaking procedure in the British parliament.
Q5. Write a comprehensive note on any two of the following:
(a) House of Lords
(b) Doctrine of Ministerial Responsibility
(c) Magana Carta (1215)
Q6. Explain the concept of “Supremacy of British Parliament”. Do you think that British parliament having absolute supremacy? if the answer is no then. give reasons.
Q7. Explain in detail the Salient features of USA Constitution.
Q8 Discuss the “Powers of Congress” in the light of Article 1 Section 8 of the USA Constitution and what are the limitations/restrictions on its powers?
Q9 Explain the Constitutional role of USA President.
Q10 Discuss the role of Supreme Court of USA in protecting civil liberties of American’s citizens.
Q11 “Judiciary review” is one of the most significant concepts of USA Constitution do you agree with this statement? Explain the concept with special reference to constitutional judgment on “Marbury vs Madison’s case” (1803)
Q12 Write a comprehensive Note any two of the following:
(a) MC Culioch vs. Mary Land Case
(b) Due process of Law
(c) Election procedure of US President
Constitutional Law-I LL.B PART-I ANNUAL 2015 Paper-III
Part-I (British Constitution)
Q1. Discuss the legal and non-legal sources of British Constitution.
Q2. Discuss functions of the two houses of parliament and their relationship with each other.
Q3. Discuss the supremacy of British Parliament with the help of historical examples. Do you think that the British Parliament is absolute in nature with respect to legislative enactments?
Q4. Discuss the doctrine of Rule of law and its significance in the resent day.
Q5. Elaborate the doctrine of Ministerial responsibility under the British Constitution.
Q6. Write short notes any two of the following:
(a) The King cyan do no wrong
(b) Speaker of the House of commons
(c) Bill of Rights.
Part-II (U.S. Constitution)
Q7. Explain in detail the salient features of the US Constitution.
Q8. How is the president of the USA elected and impeached? Discuss in detail.
Q9. Fundamental rights are guaranteed under the US Constitution. Discuss.
Q10. Discuss the constitutional powers of Congress and its limitations.
Q11. Discuss the doctrine of separation of powers and Checks and balances system in the U.S Constitution.
Q12. Write short notes any two of the following:
(a) Due process of law.
(b) Marbury V.Madison Case.
(c) McCullah V. Maryland Case.
Constitutional Law-I LL.B PART-I ANNUAL 2017 Paper-III
Part-I (British Constitution)
1) The Crown is an Institution which never dies” Discuss the maxim and enumerate the powers, duties, and position of Crown in England”?
2) Discuss fully the doctrine of Ministerial responsibility under the British Constitution?
3) Explain the nature, composition, and powers of House of Lords?
4) Discuss the legislative supremacy of British Parliament.
5) Explain Dicey’s exposition of rule of law and its present-day application in the modern world.
6) Write short notes on any two of the following
a) Magna Carta (1215) b) Privy Council c) Sources of British Constitution d) Common Law
Part-II (U.S. Constitution)
7) Discuss the Salient Features of US Constitution.
8) Discuss the doctrine of Judicial Review in the Context of US Constitution. Elaborate in the light of Marbury Vs. Madison’s Case (5 U.S. 137,1803)
9) Enumerate the powers of US Congress and its Limitations under the relevant provisions of US Constitution.
10) Write a short note any two of the following
a). McCulloch Vs Maryland’s case (17 U.S. 316,1819) b) Civil Liberties in US Constitution c) Historical evolution of US Constitution d) Bill of Rights
11) Discuss in detail the Constitutional powers of US President?
12) What are the general powers of the Supreme Court of USA and discuss the proceedings of the Court?
Constitutional Law-I LL.B PART-I ANNUAL 2018 Paper-III
Part-I (British Constitution)
Q1 Discuss the sources of British Constitution?
Q2 What do you understand by the legislative supremacy of the British Parliament? to you think that the British Parliament is Supreme In nature or not? give the cogent reasons in support of your answer.
Q3 What is the theory of “Separation of Powers” and to what extent it is embodied in British Constitutional Norms?
Q4 House of Commons Is more powerful than the House of Lords? Discuss.
Q5 Elaborate the Doctrine of Rule of Law In the light of its historical perspective and development with reference to Dicey’s Exposition?
Q6 The British Prime Minister is considered the most powerful person in the K. Are there any checks on his powers, Explain.
Part-II (U.S. Constitution)
Q7 Explain the method of election of President and Vice President in USA Constitution.
Q8 Discuss the composition and role of the Senate in the USA?
Q9 What is the role and powers or US Congress? Discuss the limitations on powers of congress under Article 1 section 8 clause 18 of US Constitution?
Q10 Explain in detail the jurisdiction and powers of USA Supreme Court?
Q11 Discuss the doctrine of separation of powers and check and balance In us Constitution?
Q12 Write a shot note on any two of following:
(a) Bill of Rights (b) Due process of law (c) Mat bury vs Madison (1803) d) Development of US Constitution