MPSC Assistant Public Prosecutor, Gr-A Screening Test- Paper-2 – 2012 Question Paper

MPSC Assistant Public Prosecutor, Gr-A Screening Test- Paper-2 – 2012


(i) Answer must be written in English only.

(ii) Question No. 1 is compulsory

(iii) Answer any eight from the remaining questions.

(iv) Question No. 1 carries 20 marks and all the remaining questions carry 10 marks each.

(v) Your answer must be to the point and wherever possible quoting the specific provisions of law.

(vi) Do not reproduce any question. Write only question number against the answer.

(vii) “Other than cited cases, candidate should not write roll number, any names (including one’s own), signature, address or any indication of one’s identity anywhere inside the answer book, otherwise one will be penalized.”

(viii) Marks to each question are indicated by figure in the margin on the right hand.

(ix) Number of optical questions up to the prescribed number in the order in which the questions have been solved, will only be assessed and excess answers of the question/s shall not be assessed.

  1. Write an essay on any one of the following g (Recent developments in Criminal Law):

(a) Cattle trespass and Bombay District Police Amendment Act, 1950

(b) Law relating to Maharashtra Forest (Protection of Forest from Fire) Rules, 1982

(c) Maharashtra Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Rules

  1. Write short notes on the following:

(a) Ill-treatment, harassment to women

(b) Hurt

  1. What is the difference between Theft and Extortion?
  2. What is wrongful restraint and wrongful confinement? Explain with illustrations.
  1. Write short notes on any five of the following:

(a) Receipt of compensation (M.V. Rules)

(b) Disregarding the rules on road (B.P. Act)

(c) Immoral Traffic (Prevention) Act, 1956

(d) Penalty for misconduct by licensee (Bombay Prohibition Act)

(e) Entry, search by police officer under Bombay Gambling Act

  1. Write definitions of any five of the following:

(a) Child Labour

(b) Transit Pass

(c) Confiscation procedure of seized forest wood

(d) Settlement of dispute under Private Forests Act

(e) Power to cancel permit (Bombay Highway Act)

(f) Observation Home (Maharashtra Juvenile Act)

  1. Describe the following:

(a) What procedure is to be followed while seizing property in Essential Commodities Act and what is the procedure of confiscation of seized property?

(b) What meant by “Hoarding”?

  1. Give reasons for any five of the following:

(a) Prosecution u/s 122, 124 of B.P Act.

(b) Who can investigate crime of “Atrocity”?

(c) Public place of entertainment (B.P. Act).

(d) Whether police officer can arrest without warrant.

(e) Untouchability under P.C.R. Act

(f) Child (Juvenile) Act.

  1. Write descriptive answers of the following:

(a) Define “Atrocity “. Explain the Duties of a public servant and negligence in duty under the S.C. and and S.T. (Prevention of Atrocities) Act.

(b) What is the difference between Sections 66 (1) (b) and 65 (F) of Bombay Prohibition Act                                                                                                                                                                          

  1. What is the procedure of collecting blood samples of intoxicated persons and forwarding them to C.A. under Bombay Prohibition Act?