M.C Questions on Cr.P.C for IPO Exam

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1.The object of investigation is
(a) To arrest the accused (b) To punish the accused (c) To collect evidence against the accused (d) None of these

2.Which of the following offence was made non bailable by the Cr.P.C. Amendment Act 2005?
(a) 325 (b) 353 (c) 328 (d) 331

3.Which one of the following proceedings is known as judicial proceeding?
(a) Investigation (b) Enquiry and Investigation
(c) Enquiry and Trial (d) Trial and Investigation

4.In a first information an offence is cognizable and other is non-cognizable. The whole case shall be deemed to be (a) Cognizable (b) Non-cognizable
(c) It is to be seen whether it is a Warrant case
(d) It is to be seen whether it is a summons case
5.In the Indian Constitution Criminal Procedure is included in the
(a) Concurrent list (b) Union list (c) State list (d) Either a. or b.

6.Which of the following section inserted as per the Cr.P.C. (Amendment) Act 2005?
(a) 105A (b) 166 A (c) 50 A (d) 433A

7.Offence under S. 324 is
(a) Compoundable (b) Non-Compoundable
(c) Compoundable with permission of court (d) Non of these

8.In which of the following Cases the Supreme court has held that the Magistrate has ample powers to direct the officer in charge of the concerned police station to hold a proper investigation and take all such necessary steps that may be necessary for ensuring a proper investigation including monitoring the same
(a) CBI Vs State of Rajasthan (b) . Sakiri Vasu Vs State of U.P
(c) Manjt Pal Singh Vs State of Punjab (d) . Ramachandran Vs Udaya Kumar
9.In computing the period limitation in a criminal case,
(a) The day from which such period is to be computed shall not be excluded.
(b) The day from which such period is to be computed shall be excluded.
(c) The day from which such period is to be computed shall either be excluded or include
(d) d. None of these.

10.A report made by a police officer in a case which discloses a commission of a non cognizable offence after investigation shall deemed to be
(a) Police report (b) Charge sheet (c) Complaint (d) Final report

11. All the proceedings for the collection of evidence conducted by a police officer under Cr.P.C. is called
(a) Inquiry (b) Local inspection (c) Investigation (d) Judicial proceeding

12. An investigation into an offence cannot be conducted by
(a) Magistrate (b) A person authorized by a magistrate other than a police officer
(c) Both a. and b. (d) None of these

13. Any proceedings in the course of which evidence is taken on oath is called
(a) Inquiry (b) Investigation (c) Sworn statement (d) Judicial proceedings

14. The Code of Criminal Procedure 1973 came into force on
(a) 1st April 1973 (b) 1st April 1974 (c) 1st June 1973 (d) 1st June 1974

15. In which of the following cases the Kerala High Court has held that Even if earlier investigation was conducted by local police, there is no bar to refer the matter for investigation by the CBI in an appropriate case by the High Court
(a) J.Prabhavathi Amma Vs State of Kerala (b) Father Jose Pithrikkayil Vs CBI
(c) Nandakumar Vs State of Kerala (d) Jomn Puthen Purakkal vs CBI

16. The provisions of Cr.P.C. 1973 other than those relating to Chapters 8, 9 and 10 shall not apply
(a) Jammu and Kashmir (b) Nagaland (c) Tribal areas (d) B & C

17. Any act or omission made punishable by any law for the time being is called
(a) Wrong (b) Offence (c) Criminal case (d) Charge

18 Maximum sentence of fine C.J.M. can impose
(a) 25,000 (b) 50,000 (c) 10,000 (d) no limit

19.The maximum sentence of imprisonment a C.J.M. can impose
(a) 3 years (b) 7 years (c) 10 years (d) no limit

20.Power to arrest a person committing a non cognizable offence is given to a police officer on
(a) The permission of superior officer (b) On refusal to give name and residence
(c) The presence of a Magistrate (d) Cannot be arrested in any situation

21. A private person can arrest an accused as provided under section
(a) 41 (b) 42 (c) 43 (d) 44
22. Any police officer may arrest without warrant any person
(a) Who has been concerned in any cognizable offence
(b) Who has been proclaimed as an offender
(c) Who is reasonably suspected of being a deserter from any armed forces
(d) All the above

23. The categories of persons who can be arrested without a warrant is described in section
(a) 41 (b) 42 (c) 40 (d) 50

24. Under section 37 of Cr.P.C., every person is bound to assist a Magistrate or Police officer
(a) In the taking or preventing the escape of any other person who such Magistrate or police officer is authorized to arrest
(b) In the prevention or suppression of a breach of peace
(c) In the prevention of any injury to be committed to any railway.
(d) In all the above cases

25. Under section 39 of Cr.P.C. ever person aware of the commission of an offence punishable under _________ of the following sections of IPC.
(a) Sections 121 to 126 Cr.P.C. (b) Sections 143 to 148 Cr.P.
(c) c. 302 and 304 (d) all the above

26. Who is the competent authority to decide as to who is the successor-in-office of any additional or assistant sessions Judge
(a) Sessions Judge (b) High Court (c) District Magistrate (d) None of these

27.The powers of superior police officers are mentioned in section
(a) 2(h) (b) 36 (c) 156 (d) Police Act

28. Arrest by Magistrate is mentioned in section
(a) 43 (b) 44 (c) 45 (d) 46

29. The guidelines regarding the arrest of Judicial officers by the police where issued by the Supreme Court in
(a) Joginder Kumar Vs. State of Utter Pradesh
(b) M.
(c) Abraham Vs. State of Maharashtra (2003 (2) SCC 649) c.
(d) K. Basu Vs. State of West Bengal (AIR 1997 SC 610) d. Delhi Judicial Service Association Vs. State of Gujarat (AIR 1991 SC 2176)

30. The new chapter incorporated by the Criminal law (amendment) 2005.
(a) XXI A (b) XXIII A (c) XXII A (d) XXIV A

31. Members of Armed Forces cannot be arrested except after obtaining the consent of
(a) D.G.P. (b) Central Government (c) Chief of concerned Army Force (d) Magistrate

32. Who is given protection from arrest under 45 of Cr.P.C.
(a) President of India (b) Judicial Officers
(c) Members of Armed Forces (d) Members of Parliament

33. The judicial pronouncement which led to the incorporation of section 46(4) of Cr.P.C. by the amendment Act of 2005
(a) Joginder Kumar Vs. State of Utter Pradesh
(b) M.
(c) Abraham Vs. State of Maharashtra (2003 (2) SCC 649) c.
(d) K. Basu Vs. State of West Bengal (AIR 1997 SC 610) d. State of Maharashtra Vs. Christian Community Welfare of India

34. In which of the following cases, the Supreme Court held that, even without the presence of a lady constable, police can arrest a female offender
(a) Joginder Kumar Vs. State of Utter Pradesh
(b) M.
(c) Abraham Vs. State of Maharashtra (2003 (2) SCC 649) c.
(d) K. Basu Vs. State of West Bengal (AIR 1997 SC 610) d. State of Maharashtra Vs. Christian Community Welfare of India

35. Section 265A deals with
(a) Summary trial (b) Plea bargaining (c) Identification of accused
(d) Medical examination of rape victim

36. The form of summons is mentioned in section
(a) 61 (b) 62 (c) 91 (d) 92

37.The section newly added in Chapter V (arrest of persons) by the Cr.P.C. Amendment Act 2005
(a) 46(4) (b) 50(A) (c) 53(A) (d) All the above
38.The procedure for arrest is described in section
(a) 46 (b) 50 (c) 51 (d) 57
39. Rejection of anticipatory bail application itself is not a ground for the immediate arrest of the accused and the arrest of persons in all cases is unnecessary. The Supreme Court gave the above preposition in
(a) Joginder Kumar Vs. State of Utter Pradesh
(b) Abraham Vs. State of Maharashtra (2003 (2) SCC 649) c.
(c) K. Basu Vs. State of West Bengal (AIR 1997 SC 610) d. Delhi Judicial Service Association Vs. State of Gujarat (AIR 1991 SC 2176)

40.In a case involving offence under section 304B, the period of remand under section 167(2) is
(a) 15 days (b) 60 days (c) 90 days (d) 180 days

41.The Kerala High Court has held the following proposition
section 159 does not confer any power to the magistrate to proceed to the place and conduct local investigation in
(a) Sukumaran Vs. State of Kerala (b) In Re Sister Abhaya (2006 (2) KLT 1001)
(c) Vijayan Vs. State of Kerala (d) Acharaparambil Pradeepan Vs. State of Kerala

42.An enquiry into the apparent cause of death is called
(a) Post mortem examination (b) Mahazar (c) Inquest (d) Investigation

43.Before accepting a Refer Report, court is bound to issue notice to
(a) Accused (b) First informant (2006 (2) KLT 588)
(c) Investigating officer (d) Prosecutor

44.Agreement entered into at Calcutta for a project to be carried at Calcutta, payments required to be made at Calcutta, cheques were issued from registered office at Ernakulam the court to having jurisdiction to quash the proceedings
(a) Magistrate Court Calcutta (b) Calcutta High Court (2006 (2) KLT 525)
(c) Kerala High Court (d) Both b. and c.

45.The procedure for inquest is mention in section
(a) 173 (b) 174 (c) 176 (d) 172

46. At the stage of 200 what is needed is
(a) Complainant has to adduce evidence (b) Examination of complainant by magistrate
(c) Chief examination of complainant only (d) None of these

47.The Bar under section 196 is against
(a) Registration of crime (b) Investigation by police
(c) Submission of report by police (d) Taking cognizance (2006 (3) KLT 830)
48. Plea bargaining introduced in India by
(a) The Amendment Act of 1980 (b) The Criminal Law Amendment Act 2005
(c) The Code of Criminal Procedure Amendment Act 2005 (d) Act 25 of 2005
49. Power under section 319 Cr.P.C. covers
(a) Post cognizance stage (2006 (1) KLT SN 60) (b) Pre cognizance stage
(c) Both a. and b. (d) None of these
50. Under which of the following Sections of Criminal Procedure Code police can arrest an accused without warrant? MP APO -2002
(a) Section 37 (b) Section 40 (c) Section 42 (d) Section 41
Courtesy : Praveen kumar   http://akulapraveen.blogspot.com/

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