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
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)
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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