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1. According to section 41A(1) of Cr.P.C. the Police Officer shall issue a notice directing the alleged accused though he has committed a cognizable offence, to appear before him or at such other place as specified in notice in all the cases where the arrest of a person is not required under the

a. provisions of sub-section (1)(a) of section 41

B. provisions of sub-section (1)(b) of section 41

c. provisions of sub-section (1)(c) of section 41

d. provisions of sub—section (1) of section 41

2. Within the meaning of provisions under section 41C(1) of the Criminal Procedure Codeevery State Government shall establish a Police Control Room (PCR) in

a. every district

B. state level only

c. both district and at state level

d. state secretariat only.

3. Criminal Procedure Code which comes under Concurrent List of Constitution of India is

a. unduly rigid and does not make room for any special law & procedure

B. not unduly rigid and makes room for any special law & procedure and generally i gives precedence to such special law and procedure

c. not unduly rigid and makes room for any special law 8:‘procedure but generally gives precedence to the law & procedure given under the code

d. either (a) or (c).

4. What is true to Code of Criminal Procedure?

a. it is mainly, though not purely, an adjective or procedural law

B. there are also certain provisions which are partly in the nature of substantive law

c. both (a) & (b)

d. neither (a) nor (b).

5. Which classification of offence comes under Criminal Procedure Code?

a. cognizable & non-cognizable

B. bailable & non-bailable

c. summons cases 8: warrant cases

d. all the above.

6. Classification of offences given in the Code of Criminal Procedure under

a. section 320

B. the lst schedule

c. the llnd schedule

d. section 482.

7. Cognizable offence under IPC has been defined

a. under section 2(a) of cr.p.c.

B. under section 2(c) of cr.p.c.

c. under section 2(i) of cr.p.c.

d. under section 2(1) of cr.p.c.

8. In a cognizable case under IPC, the police has the

a. authority to arrest a person without warrant

B. authority to investigate the offence without permission of the magistrate

c. both (a) &(b)

d. either (a) or (b).

9. In a cognizable case under IPC, the police will have all the powers to

a. investigate except the power to arrest without warrant v

B. investigate including the power to arrest without warrant

c. investigate and arrest without warrant only after seeking permission from the magistrate

d. investigate and arrest without warrant only after informing the magistrate having

10. A Magistrate has the power to direct the police to investigate into an offence in IPCunder

a. section 156(1) of cr pc

B. section 156(2) of cr pc

c. section 156(3) of cr pc

d. all of the above.

11. A Magistrate has the power under Cr. P.C. to direct the police to investigate into

a. a non-cognizable offence

B. a cognizable offence

c. only a non~cognizable offence, as in a cognizable offence the police is under a duty to investigate

d. both (a) and (b).

12. In a non-cognizable case under IPC, the police have the authority

a. to investigate into the offence without order given by the magistrate but cannot arrest the accused without warrant

B. to investigate and even arrest the accused without warrant

c. neither to investigate without order of the magistrate nor can arrest the accused without warrant

d. cannot investigate without orders of the magistrate but can arrest without warrant.

13. Non-cognizable offence has been defined

a. under section 2(a)

B. under section 2(c)

c. under section 2(i)

d. under section 2(1).

14. A case which includes cognizable offences and non-cognizable offences is

a. a cognizable ease but requires sanction of the magistrate for investigation into the noncognizable part under section 155(2) of cr pc

B. a cognizable case and as such the investigation of the case does not require any sanction of the magistrate under section 155(2) of cr ‘pc

c. a non-cognizable case and as such the investigation of the case requires sanction of the magistrate under section 155(2) of cr pc

d. a non-cognizable case but does not require sanction of the magistrate under section155(2) of cr pc

15. In a non-cognizable case, the accused

a. can object to the grant of permission under section 155(2) of cr pc as a matter of right

B. can object to the grant of permission under section 155(2) of cr pc with the i leave of the magistrate k

c. can object to the grant of permission under section 155(2) of_ cr pc with the leave of the high court if

d. has no right to participate in the proceedings and cannot object to the grant of permission under section 155(2) of cr pc

16. Under the Scheme of Criminal Procedure non-cognizable offences are

a. public wrongs

B. private wrongs

c. both public and private wrongs

d. none of the above.

17. A Magistrate has the power to direct the police to investigate in respect of an offence

a. under the indian penal code

B. under any local or special law

c. both (a) and (b)

d. only (a) and not (b).

18. Leave to investigate into a non-cognizable offence can be granted by a

a. magistrate in any part of india

B. magistrate in any part of the state t

c. magistrate having jurisdiction to try the case

d. either (a) or (b) or (c).

19. In a bailable offence, the bail is granted as a matter of right

a. by the police officer

B. by the court

c. both by the police officer & the court

d. either (a) or (b).

20. In a bailable offence

a. conditions can be imposed while granting bail by the police officer

B. conditions can be imposed while granting bail by the court

c. no condition can be imposed while granting bail by the police officer or by the court

d. only mild conditions can be imposed by the court only.

21. Complaint, as provided under section 2(d) of Cr PC

a. can be in writing only

B. can be oral

c. either in writing or oral

d. can be by gestures.

22. Complaint as provided under section 2(d) of Cr PC

a. can be to a police officer

B. can be to a magistrate

c. both (a) 8: (b)

d. must necessarily to be a magistrate only.

23. Complaint may relate to

a. a cognizable offence

B. a non-cognizable offence

c. both (a) & (b) are correct

d. must be for a non-cognizable offence as the police has no power to investigate such an offence.

24. In respect of investigation as provided under section 2(h) of Cr PC, which of thefollowing is incorrect

a. investigation can be conducted by a police officer

B. investigation can be conducted by any person so authorised by a magistrate

c. investigation can be conducted by a magistrate himself

d. both (a) & (b).

25. The word Magistrate mentioned in section 156(3) of Cr PC means

a. a judicial magistrate

B. a special executive magistrate

c. an executive magistrate

d. either (a) or (b) or (c).

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