MPSC Police Sub Inspector Limited Departmental Main Examination 2010 – Question Paper 2
- Define dishonestly.
(1) Anything done with the intention of causing wrongful gain to one person or wrongful loss to the other
(2) Anything done with the intention of doing fraud
(3) Anything done despite knowing about it
(4) One who is not honest
- Fraudulently means
(1) Anything done with the intention to defraud
(2) An act done without the intention of committing any fraud
(3) Act done with an open mind
(4) An act done with the consent of the other
- When is a person said to be a member of unlawful assembly?
(1) Without any knowledge and without any intention joined such an assembly
(2) Is a member of Panchayat
(3) Formed the assembly for religious purposes
(4) Being aware of the fact that the assembly could be an unlawful assembly intentionally joins that assembly or continues to be a part of it
- Valuable security means
(1) Power of attorney
(2) Authority letter
(3) Confessional statement of the accused
(4) Document which is or purports to be a document, whereby any legal right is created, extended, transferred, restricted, extinguished or released or whereby any person acknowledges that he lies under legal liability or has no such legal right
- What is meant by common intention?
(1) Act done by person without any intention
(2) Criminal act done by several persons in furtherance of common intention of all; each of such person is liable for that act in the same manner as if it were done by him alone
(3) Means to lodge a report of the incident with the police
(4) Act of the head of department of common transfer of all the employees working under him
- A person is said to cause an effect “voluntarily’.
(1) When act is committed, without intention
(2) An act done carefully but without any intention
(3) When he causes it by means whereby be intended to cause it or by means which at the time of employing those means, he knew or had reason to believe to be likely to cause it
(4) A Person is said to cause an effect voluntarily when he had to do it compulsorily.
- What offence is committed, when a person pretends to hold a particular office as a public servant knowing that he does not hold such an office or falsely personates other person holding such office and in such assumed character does or attempts to do an act under colour of such office?
(1) Personating a public servant
(2) Public servant unlawfully buying property
(3) Public servant unlawfully engaging in trade
(4) Public servant appointed by government
- Person includes
(1) Unlawful assembly
(2) Lawful assembly
(4) Any company or association or body of persons whether incorporated or not
- When is offence of furnishing false information said to be committed?
(1) Furnishing information on any subject to any public servant
(2) Not to honour an order of the public servant
(3) Not to submit essential documents to the public servant
(4) Furnishing information on any subject to a public servant as true information knowing fully well it to be false
- When is an offence punishable u/s 186 of the IPC for obstructing public servant in discharge of his public functions?
(1) When a person voluntarily obstructs any public servant in discharge of his public functions
(2) When a person avoids co-operating with the public servant
(3) When a person does not honour an order of public servant
(4) When a person neglects the public servant
- What is meant by giving false evidence?
(1) Threat of injury to a person to refrain from protecting public servant
(2) Threat of injury to any public servant by any person for doing public service
(3) Receiving false certificate
(4) When a person bound to speak the truth under oath or by law makes a statement to be true knowing fully well that it is false
- What punishment is prescribed in the IPC for giving false evidence?
(1) Imprisonment for a term which may extend to seven years and shall also be liable for a fine
(2) No punishment is prescribed in the law
(3) Imprisonment for life
(4) Liable to pay only fine
- Despite knowing that B has murdered Z, A assists B to hide the dead body with the intention of saving B from punishment. What offence has A committed?
(1) No offence is committed by A
(2) A has committed an offence of murder
(3) A has committed an offence of theft
(4) A has committed an offence of destroying evidence of offence
- When is the offence of resistance and obstruction by a person to his lawful detention is committed?
(1) When a public servant legally keeps in confinement any person
(2) Without the due authority when a trial is forced upon a person having behaved illegally
(3) Whoever intentionally offers resistance or illegal obstruction to the lawful detention of himself for any offence with which he is charged or of which he has been convicted or escapes or attempts to escape from any custody in which he is lawfully detained for any such offence
(4) This is no offence
- Whoever counterfeits or knowingly performs any part of the process of counterfeiting any coin, shall be punishable with
(1) Punishment of a term which may extend to seven years and shall also be liable to fine
(2) Imprisonment for a term which may extend to ten years but shall not be liable to fine
(3) Imprisonment for a term of three years and fine
(4) No punishment is prescribed
- When is a person said to commit an offence of rash and negligent driving on a public way?
(1) If he drives any vehicle on public way without licence
(2) If he carries more persons than permitted by the competent authority and drives the said vehicle on public way
(3) If he drives any vehicle on any public way so as to endanger human life or is likely to cause hurt or injury to any person
(4) If he drives any vehicle on any public way carefully without endangering human life
- Whoever to the announce of others does any obscene act in any public place
Sings, recites or utters any obscene song, ballad or words, in or near any public place, which offence is committed?
(1) Offence punishable u/s 294 IPC
(2) Offence punishable u/s 506 IPC
(3) Offence punishable u/s 295 of IPC
(4) No offence is committed
- When is an offence punishable u/s 298 of the IPC?
(1) Whoever with the deliberate intention of wounding the ‘religious feelings of any person utters any words or makes any sound or makes any gesture towards that person, or places any object in the sight of that person
(2) Whoever voluntarily causes disturbance to any assembly lawfully engaged
(3) Whoever establishes office for the purpose of drawing any lottery
(4) Whoever damages any place of worship
- Culpable homicide is a murder if the act by which the death is caused is done
(1) With the intention of causing death
(2) Causing grievious hurt
(3) With the intention of causing simple hurt
(4) Without the intention of causing death
- What is the punishment for offence of murder ?
(1) Death punishment or imprisonment for life and fine
(2) Imprisonment for 10 years and fine
(3) Imprisonment for 20 years and fine
(4) Imprisonment for seven years
- What offence is committed when someone causes death of a person by his negligent act on an impulse not amounting to culpable homicide?
(1) Causing death by negligence
(2) Causing death with intention to kill
(3) Causing death knowingly
(4) Abetted suicide causing death
- Hurt means
(1) Abusing a person
(2) Slapping a person
(3) Not causing injury to a person
(4) Causing bodily pains, disease or infirmity to any person is said to cause hurt
- Kidnapping from lawful guardianship means
(1) Enticing any person to go out of India
(2) If an assault is made on a minor person
(3) Whoever conveys any person out of India without the consent of that person
(4) Whoever takes or entices any minor, a male under 16 years of age or a female under 18 years of age or any person of unsound mind out of the lawful guardianship without the consent of such a guardian
- Whoever assaults or uses criminal force on any woman intending to outrage her modesty or knowing that it would outrage her modesty. Under what section of IPC offence is committed ?
(1) Offence punishable u/s 354 of IPC
(2) Offence punishable u/s 355 of IPC
(3) Offence punishable u/s 353 of IPC
(4) No offence committed
- A forcibly carries or entices B away from his house in order that B may be murdered what offence has A committed ?
(1) Offence publishable u/s 364 of IPC
(2) Offence punishable u/s 365 of IPC
(3) Offence punishable u/s 368 of IPC
(4) Offence punishable u/s 369 of IPC
- A man is said to have committed rape when he
(1) Has sexual intercourse with a woman against her will, without her consent or with her consent obtained under fear, fraud or unsoundness of mind or when she is under 16 years of age
(2) Has sexual intercourse with a woman with her consent if she is 17 years of ag?
(3) Has sexual intercourse with a woman aged 40 years with her will and consent
(4) Sexual intercourse by a man with his own wife during subsistence of marriage
- What is an unnatural offence ?
(1) Causing death of a child
(2) Causing miscarriage without a woman’s consent
(3) Act done with the intent to prevent child being born alive
(4) Whoever voluntarily has carnal intercourse against the order of nature with any man, woman or animal
- A finds a ring belonging to Z on a table in the house of Z which he occupies and if a dishonestly removes it, what offence is committed by A ?
(1) Offence of criminal breach of trust
(2) Offence of extortion
(3) Offence of misappropriation of property
(4) Offence of theft
- A held Z down and fraudulently takes Z’s money and jewellery from 2’s clothes without Z’s consent. What offence has A committed ?
(1) Offence of theft punishable u/s 379 of IPC
(2) Offence of dacoity punishable u/s 395 of IPC
(3) Offence of robbery punishable u/s 392 of IPC
(4) No offence is committed by A
- A makes an attempt to pick the pocket of Z by thrusting his hand in to 2’s pocket. A fails in his attempt as there was nothing in Z’s A is guilty under Section
(1) 379 of IPC for theft
(2) 380 of IPC for theft in house
(3) 511 of IPC for attempt to commit offence of theft
(4) No offence is committed
- When did the Indian Evidence Act 1872 come into force ?
- In which sense the word court is used under the Evidence Act ?
(1) All judges
(2) All magistrates
(3) All judges and magistrates
(4) High court
- Under which Section of the Evidence Act confession caused by inducement threat or promise is irrelevant in criminal proceedings ?
(1) Section 22
(2) Section 23
(3) Section 24
(4) Section 25
- Under which Section of the Evidence Act confession made to a Police officer is inadmissible ?
(1) Section 24
(2) Section 25
(3) Section 26
(4) Section 27
- Under which Section of the Evidence Act a statement made by a person about to die is included?
(1) Section 30
(2) Section 31
(3) Section 32
(4) Section 33
- What is meant by Oral Evidence under Section 60 of the Evidence Act ?
(2) Direct only
(3) Both (1) and (2)
(4) None of the above
- What is meant by Primary Evidence under Section 62 of the Evidence Act ?
(1) Means document itself produced before the court
(2) Copies of that document
(3) Oral account of the contents of the document
(4) None of the above
- Under what Section of Evidence Act private documents are defined ?
(1) Section 73
(2) Section 74
(3) Section 75
(4) Section 76
- Whether the burden of proof shifts Under Section 101 of the Evidence Act.
(1) Never Shifts
(2) Goes on shifting
(3) May shift
(4) Both (2) and (3) are correct
- The Section 125 of the Evidence Act relates to
(1) Official communication
(2) Information as to commission of offences
(3) Professional communications
(4) Communication during marriage
- Place and local limit declared by State Government for office and jurisdiction of police-is known as
(1) Collector office
(2) Police station
(3) Court of judicial magistrate first class
(4) Sessions court
- (i) Sessions court, (ii) Judicial magistrate first class, metropolitan magistrate, (iii) Judicial magistrate second class, (iv) Executive magistrate are known as
(1) Criminal courts
(2) Revenue Courts
(3) Co-operative courts
(4) Civil court
- At every district place there is a court which exercises supervision over all the JMFC courts in a district known as
(1) Ad-hoc court
(2) Sessions court
(3) Chief Judicial Magistrate
(4) Civil Judge Senior Division
- Police officers superior in rank to the officer in charge of the police station may exercise following powers
(1) Powers of the officer in charge of the police station
(2) Inferior powers than those of P.I.
(3) The same powers throughout the local area to which they are appointed, as may be exercised by such an officer within the limits of his stations
(4) None of the above
- In the offence of a rape can accused be arrested without a warrant ?
(3) By application to a court
(4) With permission of a superior officer
- How does the JMFC, Nashik serve a summons to a person residing in Bhusawal, Tal. Bhusawal, Dist. Jalgaon?
(1) BY post
(2) Through police station, Nashik
(3) Through JMFC, Bhusawal
(4) Through JMFC, Jalgaon
- During investigation PI requires certain agreement from ‘A’. How will he get it ?
(1) By issuing summons to produce the agreement
(2) By arrest of ‘A’
(3) By giving message to ‘A’
(4) By publishing a notice in newspaper
- Police officer finds 2 kg. gold during his investigation suspected to be stolen. What should he do ?
(1) Seize the property
(2) Have a bond from the accused
(3) Wait for direction of his superior
(4) Inform the court
- A 13 year girl was taken away from her legal custody and has been confined with ill-will. What should police do ?
(1) With an order of the court the police should restore legal custody of the girl
(2) Issue notice for her possession
(3) Request for her legal custody
(4) Should file a complaint with the Mahila Dakshata Samiti
- If there is a secret information of counterfeit currency notes. What should the police do?
(1) Visit the suspected premises
(2) Wait for the evidence
(3) Seize the suspected property
(4) Neglect the information
- What action should be taken regarding the complainant and the accussed disturbing peace in a village?
(1) Report u/sec. 108 of Cr.P.C.
(2) Report u/sec. 107 of Cr.P.C.
(3) Report u/sec. 109 of Cr.P.C.
(4) Report u/sec. 110 of Cr.P.C
- A person is in habit of purchasing stolen property. What preventive action should be taken?
(1) File a suit for injunction
(2) Declare him habitual offender
(3) Report u/sec. 110 of Cr.P.C.
(4) Report to the collector
- Disputes of immovable property concerning land and water likely to cause breach of peace are tried by ?
(1) Executive magistrate
(3) Metropolitan magistrate
(4) Sessions court
- Who is empowered to prohibit arms in a procession for maintaining public peace and safety?
(1) Executive magistrate
(2) Sessions court
(3) District magistrate
(4) Civil court
- Who is empowered to prevent to the best of his ability, commissioning of a cognizable offence ?
(2) District judge
(3) Political leader
- Under what provision will the police seize the false weights and measures found?
(1) Sec. 152 of Cr.P.C.
(2) Sec. 153 of Cr.P.C.
(3) Sec. 154 of Cr.P.C.
(4) Sec. 155 of Cr.P.C.
- How is a copy of a registered cognizable offence is given to the complainant ?
(1) By charging prescribed fee
(2) At the house of a complainant
(3) Free of cost
(4) By registered post
- What should be done if additional evidence is received after filing a charge sheet ?
(1) Neglect the additional evidence
(2) Keep the evidence in police station
(3) Hand over the evidence to the superior
(4) Send supplementary charge sheet
- In a cognizable and non-bailable offence the accused has obtained ad-interim anticipatory bail. Can he be arrested by the police ?
(3) With prior permissionofthe murt
(4) With permission of the S.P.
- In a bailable offence can the accused be released on bail if he is ready to give surety ?
(2) Remanded in Police custody
(4) Remanded in Magisterial custody
- Arms means
(1) article designed solely for domestic or agricultural uses, such as lathi
(2) ordinary walking stick
(3) objects incapable of being used otherwise than as toys
(4) article of any description designed or adapted for offences or defence and includes fire arms, sharp edged and other deadly weapons and part of and machinery for manufacturing arms
- As per the Section 3(2) of the Arms Act 1959 no person can keep more than ___________ weapons in his personal possession at a time.
- A person shall be guilty of electoral offence if in any election he
(1) casts his vote in favour of a candidate not of his choice
(2) fraudulently defaces, destroys or removes any list, notice or other document. affixed by or under the authority of an election officer
(3) peruses the electoral roll to look for his name
(4) acts as a polling agent
- Criminal misconduct by a public servant means ___________
(1) if he, by corrupt or illegal means obtains for himself or for any other person any valuable thing or pecuniary advantage I
(2) if he accepts the money by issuing receipt
(3) if he receives income from lawful sources
(4) if he agrees to obtain nothing from any person
- Who is authorized to investigate the offences outside the Delhi special police . establishment and metropolitan areas under the provisions of the Prevention of Anti Corruption Act ?
(1) Commissioner of police
(2) Dy. superintendent of police
(3) Head constable
(4) Police sub inspector
- Eating house is
(1) Any place where public is admitted for worship, where prayer is offered
(2) Any place in forest area for the purposes of a depot for keeping teak wood
(3) Place of public entertainment
(4) Place where all people are admitted and where any kind of food or drink supplied for consumption and includes a refreshment room, boarding house, coffee house or shop where any kind of food or drink is supplied to the public for consumption
- When is it said that the police officers are always deemed to be on duty?
(1) When police officers is on leave
(2) When police officer is under suspension
(3) When police officer is retired
(4) As police officer shall for all purposes of the Bombay Police Act are deemed to be always on duty
- With whom are the powers to make rules and regulations and issue a notice for traffic and preservation of order in public places ?
(1) Police commissioner, district magistrate and superintendent of police
(2) Police sub inspector, police head constable, police constables
(3) Sarpanch, up sarpanch, member of panchayat
(4) Naib tahsil dar, revenue inspector, talathi
- What punishment is prescribed under the Bombay Police Act for behaving indecently in public?
(1) A fine which may be extended to rupees 1,200
(2) Imprisonment for six months and fine of Rs. 500
(3) Imprisonment for one year and at fine of Rs. 1,000
(4) Imprisonment for one month
- When is a person said to commit an offence punishable u/s 130 A of the Bombay Police Act ?
(1) When found playing on the street
(2) Gambling on the street
(3) Playing vehicle on road negligently
(4) Playing carrom in a public place
- When a public servant not being a member of S.C. and S.T. is liable for punishment under the provisions of S.C. and S.T (P.0.A) Act 89.
(1) When he performs his duties under the said Act.
(2) When he willfully neglects his duties required to be performed under the said Act
(3) When he is not on the duty at the relevant time
(4) When a public servant being member of S.C. and S.T. neglects his duties required to be performed.
- What offence is committed if a non-member of S.C. or S.T. forces a member of the S.C. or S.T. to drink or eat any inedible or obnoxious substance ?
(1) Offence punishable u/s 294 of the IPC
(2) Offence punishable u/s 110 of the Bombay Police Act
(3) Offence punishable u/s 85 of the Bombay Prohibition Act
(4) Offence punishable u/s 3 (1) (i) of the SC and ST (P.0.A) Act 1989
- An Addict means
(1) A person addicted to consuming tea
(2) A person addicted to smoking Bidi
(3) A person addicted to any narcotic drugs or psychotropic substances
(4) A person addicted to consuming tobacco
- The offences under N.D.P.S. Act are triable by
(1) Judicial Magistrate First Class
(2) Executive Magistrate
(3) Special Judicial Magistrate
(4) Special Court
- Confession made before a police superintendent under the provisions of Mah. State Control of Organized Crime Act is
(1) not Admissible in the trial
(2) admissible in the trial
(3) police cannot record a confession
(4) there is no such provision in the Act
- The investigation of an offence under the provisions of Mah. State Control of Organised Crime Act is carried out by
(1) Police sub inspector
(2) Police head constable
(3) Police inspector
(4) Dy. superintendent of police
- Under which Sec. of the Maha. Protection of Int. of Depositors Act, action will be taken if financial establishment refuses to refund a deposit.
(1) Sec. 3
(2) Sec. 6
(3) Sec. 5
(4) Sec. 4
- How is information defined under the Information Technology Act 2000?
(1) Includes data, text, images, sound, voice, codes, computer programme, software and database or microfilm or computer generated micro films
(2) Means the key of a key pair used to verify digital signatures and listed in the digital signature certificate
(3) Means a licence granted by a certifying authority under Section 24 of the Act
(4) Digital signature certificate under subsection (4) of the Section 35 of the Act
- Hacking with the computer system means
(1) whoever with the intention to cause or knowing that he is likely to cause wrongful loss or damage to the public or any person, destroys or deletes or alters any information stored in a computer resource or diminimises its value or utility or affects it by any means
(2) committing theft of computers
(3) electronic record
(4) computer network
- Common Gambling House means
(1) House of commons
(2) House of lords
(3) House where playing cards are made
(4) Any house, room or a place whatsoever in which such gaming takes place or in which instruments of gaming are kept or used for such gaming