Free Test SeriesCriminal Procedure Code Test No : 2



Q.1)Which column of the First Schedule provides for Cognizable offences?

a)Column 2 b)Column 4 c)Column 5 d)Column 6


Q.2)Which of the following defines ‘complaint’?

a)Section 2(a) b)Section 2(b) c)Section 2(d) d)Section 2(f)


Q.3)Complaint can be made-

a)Orally b)In writing c)Either (a) or (b) d)By gestures


Q.4)Complaint means-

a)Any allegation made in writing only b)Any allegation made in writing or orally to the Court of Session c)Any allegation made orally or in writing to a magistrate d)None of the above


Q.5)Complaint can be made against -

a)Known person b)Unknown person c)Known or unknown person d)None of the above


Q.6)Whether complaint includes a police report also.

a)Yes b)No c)only if court permits it d)None of the above


Q.7)A report made by a police officer in a case which discloses, after investigation, the commission of a _____________________ shall be deemed to be a complaint.

a)Cognizable offence b)Non-cognizable offence c)Non-bailable offence d)Bailable offence


Q.8)A report made by a police officer in a case which discloses, after investigation, the commission of a non-cognizable offence shall be deemed to be a complaint. The police officer by whom such report is made shall be known as-

a)Applicant b)Public prosecutor c)Complainant d)Plaintiff


Q.9)Which of the following defines “High Court’?

a)Section 2(e) b)Section 2(g) c)Section 2(j) d)Section 2(m)


Q.10)India means-

a)Territories which are under the control of central government b)All the 28 states and 9 union territories c)Territories to which this Criminal Code extends d)Both (a) and (b)


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