Nandurbar ZP Answer key 2020 | नंदुरबार जिला परिषद प्रश्न पत्र

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नंदुरबार का विभाजन 1 जुलाई 1998 को धुले जिले से हुआ था. जिले का मुख्यालय नंदुरबार शहर में है. जिले का क्षेत्रफल 5035 वर्ग किलोमीटर है. मेरे और 2001 की जनगणना के अनुसार, जिले की आबादी 1.311.709 है और 15.45% आबादी शहरी है. धुले जिला नंदुरबार जिले के दक्षिण और दक्षिण पूर्व में है. नंदुरबार जिले में 6 तालुके हैं। ये तालुका नवापुर, अक्कलकुवा, अक्रानी (धडगाँव), तलोड़ा, शाहदा, नंदुरबार में हैं. नंदुरबार जिले में औसत वार्षिक वर्षा 30 इंच से 32 इंच है.

Nandurbar ZP Answer key 2020 | नंदुरबार जिला परिषद प्रश्न पत्र

नंदुरबार जिले में कांग्रेस अध्यक्ष सोनिया गांधी की राजनीति में पहली आम जनसभा हुई थी. यह जिला कभी कांग्रेस का गढ़ था, पूर्व प्रधानमंत्री इंदिरा गांधी ने भी अपने चुनाव अभियान की शुरुआत यहीं से की थी.

जिले की 4 विधानसभा सीटों के नतीजे आ गए हैं. भाजपा और कांग्रेस को बराबर सीटें मिली हैं, जबकि कांग्रेस ने अक्कलकुवा और नूपुर सीटों पर कब्जा कर लिया, भाजपा ने शाहदा और नंदुरबार में अच्छा प्रदर्शन किया.

Nandurbar ZP Answer key 2020 :

1. As per maharashtra Motor Vehicle Rules 1989, any officer, not below the rank of ……………… may stop and examine any motor vehicle likely to constitute danger to public.

  • a. Superintendent of Police
  • b. Transport Commissioner
  • c. Inspector General of Police
  • d. Assistant Inspector of Motor Vehicles

2. Among following what is the object of Maharashtra Protection of interests of Depositors (into Financial Establishment) Act, 1999.

  • a. To establish banking institution
  • b. To provide high rates of interest
  • c. To curb the unscrupulous activities of financial establishments
  • d. To have uniform banking system in Maharashtra

3. Under section …………………….. of the N.D.P.S. Act 1985 the officer is empowered to stop and search conveyance.

  • a. 43
  • b. 44
  • c. 49
  • d. 51

4. Match the following : Section Provision (Maharashtra Police Act)

  • i. Persons bound to conform to reasonable order of police
  • ii. Duties of Police Officers towards the public.
  • iii. Duties of a Police Officer
  • iv. Police to regulate traffic etc. in streets.

Answer options :

  • a. i ii iii iv
  • b. iii ii iv i
  • c. iv iii ii i
  • d. ii i iv iii

5. As per protection of children from Sexual Offence Act, 2012,”child” means :

  • a. Person below age of 18 years
  • b. Person below age of 16 years
  • c. Person below age of 14 years
  • d. None of above

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6. Punishment for making false complaint under protection of children from sexual offences Act 2012 is :

  • a. Six months
  • b. 1 year
  • c. 3 years
  • d. None of above

7. The definition of competent Authority is given under following section of Maharashtra Protection of Interest of Depositors ACt 1999.

  • a. 1
  • b. 2
  • c. 3
  • d. 4

8. Section 2 (10) of Maharashtra Police Act defines …………………………

  • a. eating home
  • b. public place
  • c. place of public amusement
  • d. place of public entertainment

9. Match the Pairs : Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 Section.

  • a. Driving at excessive speed (i) Section 189
  • b. Driving dangerously (ii) Section 185
  • c. Driving by drunken person (iii) Section 184
  • d. Racing and trials of speed (iv) Section 183

Answer options :

  • a. i ii iii iv
  • b. iv iii ii i
  • c. iv ii i iii
  • d. ii iii iv i

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10. Insult or attempts to insult, on ground of ‘untouchability’ shall be punishable as per section …………………… of the Protection of Civil Rights Act, 1955.

  • a. 5
  • b. 6
  • c. 7
  • d. 8

11. As per section ………………….. of the Maharashtra Police Act, 1951 the police are empowered to take charge of unclaimed property.

  • a. 80
  • b. 81
  • c. 82
  • d. 99

12. In the context of Preamble of Information Technology Act, 2000, find out the Act which is not mentioned under it for amendment :

  • a. The code of criminal procedure, 1973
  • b. The Indian Penal Code, 1860
  • c. Reserve Bank of India Act, 1934
  • d. The Bankers Book Evidence Act, 1891

13. As per Section 2(C) of the Arms Act 1959 which of the following do not comes under the definition of Arm?

  • a. A lathi
  • b. Articles of domestic use
  • c. Toys
  • d. All the above unless they being converted into serviceable weapons

14. The Police Officer is empowered to enter in a house and search all parts of house room or place if he reason to suspect that any instrument of gaming are concealed therein, as per section …………………. of Maharashtra Prevention of Gambling Act, 1887.

  • a. 3
  • b. 4
  • c. 5
  • d. 6

15. Provisions relating to offences by companies are given under following section of Information Technology Act 2000.

  • a. 82
  • b. 85
  • c. 78
  • d. 67
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16. Duty to bey traffic signs by driver is provided under following section of Motor Vehicle Act 1988.

  • a. 95
  • b. 119
  • c. 190
  • d. 209

17. As per Section 68 of Maharashtra Prohibition Act, a person who opens any place as a common drinking house shall on conviction for first punished with imprisonment for a term …………………… and also with fine ……………………

  • a. 6 years, no fine
  • b. 4 years, fine upto Rs 1000
  • c. Upto 5 months and no fine
  • d. Upto six months and fine upto Rs 500

18. Section 2 of Information Technology Act, 2000 defines …………………….

  • a. data
  • b. computer
  • c. computer system
  • d. computer network

19. A public servant but not being a member of scheduled caste or scheduled tribe willfully neglects his duties ia an offence under section ……………… of Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, 1989.

  • a. 3
  • b. 4
  • c. 5
  • d. 6

20. A public servant taking gratification, other than legal remuneration shall be punishable with imprisonment not less than …………… but which may extend to ……………. years as per section 7 of Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988.

  • a. Six months; 2 years
  • b. Six months; 5 years
  • c. One year; 4 years
  • d. Two years; 7 years
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21. Which provision of the Maharashtra Prohibition Act, 1949 provide punishment for illegal cultivation and collection of hemp and other matters ?

  • a. Section 64
  • b. Section 65
  • c. Section 66
  • d. Section 67

22. Under section 14 of the Maharashtra Control of organised Crime Act, 1999, to whom of the following the authorisation of interception of wire, electronic or oral communication is given :

  • a. Additional Inspector General
  • b. Superintendent of Police
  • c. Deputy Superintendent of Police
  • d. Inspector of Police

23. Section 95 Maharashtra Motor Vehicle Rules 1989 provides about :

  • a. Production of Permit
  • b. Cancellation of Permit
  • c. Grant of Permit
  • d. All of above

24. Which chapter of the Representation of People Act, 1951 deals with electoral offences?

  • a. Chapter I
  • b. Chapter II
  • c. Chapter III
  • d. Chapter IV

25. Who ever abets any offence under the Protection of Civil Rights Act, shall according to section ……………….. be punished with punishment provided for the offence.

  • a. 9
  • b. 10
  • c. 10-A
  • d. 11
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26. One of the objective of M.P.D.A. Act, 1981 is to provide for …………………… of slumlords and Bootleggers.

  • a. Tribunal
  • b. Bail
  • c. Preventive detention
  • d. Commission

27. Which provision of Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act, 1985 deals with the punishment for contravention in relation to Cannabis and Cannabis plant?

  • a. Section 17
  • b. Section 18
  • c. Sectuion 19
  • d. Section 20

28. What is the condition precedent to institute prosecution against any person in respect of any offence under section 3 of Arms Act, 1959.

  • a. Previous Sanction of District Superintendent of Police
  • b. Previous Sanction of District Magistrate
  • c. Previous Sanction of District Judge
  • d. None of the above

29. Investigation under Information Technology Act, 2000 is done by :

  • a. Police Inspector
  • b. Deputy Superintendent of Police
  • c. District Judge
  • d. All of above

30. As per Maharashtra Prevention of Dangerous Activities Act 1981, slumlord means a person who:

  • a. Illegally takes possession of any land
  • b. Creates illegal tenancies
  • c. Constructs unauthorised structure
  • d. All of above
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31. As per Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act, 1999 ” ,, means any unlawful activity by ail individual, as a member of crime syndicate by use of violence or promoting insurgelicy.

  • a. Dangerous person
  • b. Bootlegger
  • c. Organisrd crime
  • d. Detenu

32. Punishmelit under section 3(1) of SC and ST (Prevention of Atrocities) Act 1989 is imprisonment for:

  • a. 3 months to 6 months
  • b. 6 months to 1 year
  • c. 6 months to 3 years
  • d. 6 months to 5 years

33. Punishment is prescribed in section …………………………. for gaming in public place under Maharashtra Prevention of Gambling Act.

  • a. 12
  • b. 13
  • c. 14
  • d. 15

34. As per section 4 of the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2000, the State Government shall constitute for every district one or more ……………………… in relation to Juveniles in conflict with law.

  • a. Iuvenile Police Board
  • b. Observation Officers Board
  • c. Probation Officers Board
  • d. Juvenile Justice Board

35. The Juvenile Justice Act 1986 was repealed by ……………………………

  • a. Children Act
  • b. Rights of Children
  • c. Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act 2000
  • d. Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection) Act 2002
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36. Section 115 of Maharashtra Police Act has provision regarding :

  • a. Obstructing passengers in the street
  • b. Committing nulsance in or near street 
  • c. Disregard of notice in public building
  • d. Prohibition against flying kite

37. The powers and duties of Police Officer for mentally ill people are discussed in section ……………….. of Mental Health Act, 1987.

  • a. 23
  • b. 25
  • c. 26
  • d. 28

38. Penalty for giving intoxicating liquor to child under Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act 2000 is :

  • a. Imprisonment for three years
  • b. Imprisonment for three years and fine
  • c. Fine only
  • d. None of above

39. The Deputy Superintendent of Police or the Police Officer of equal rank shall investigate offence punishable under the Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988 as per section ………………………..

  • a. 17-a
  • b. 17-b
  • c. 17-c
  • d. 17-d

40. Section ………………… of Maharashtra Police Act declares that the Police Officer are deemed to be always on duty.

  • a. 15
  • b. 16
  • c. 28
  • d. 29
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41. Under which section of the following Acts does the District Magistrate have the power to perform inquest Panchnama?

  • a. Section 174 of I.P.C.
  • b. Section 176 of Cr.P.C.
  • c. Section 174 of Cr.P.C.
  • d. None of the above

42. While arresting a person, it is mandatory for police, to follow the guidelines of which of the Supreme Court Case?

  • a. D.D. Basu vs. Government of India
  • b. Jagdish Naren vs. State of Uttar Pradesh
  • c. D.K. Basu vs. State of West Bengal
  • d. Paramjit Kaur vs. State of Punjab

43. Under section 165 Cr.P.C. ………………………….. can conduct search.

  • a. Incharge of police station
  • b. Investigation officer
  • c. Both (1) and (2)
  • d. None of the above

44. Which of the following is not applicable in the event of an arrest according to guidelines laid down by Hon. Supreme Court?

  • a. If the relatives/friends of the arrested person stays in other district/city then they should be informed about the arrest within 48 hrs of arrest.
  • b. The arrested person should be allowed to meet his/her lawyer.
  • c. The arrest form should be immediately forwarded to concerned Magistrate.
  • d. The arrested person should be informed of his right to inform his relatives in the event of his arrest.

45. Security for good behaviour from habitual offender is taken under ………………………… section of Cr.P.C.

  • a. Section 110
  • b. Section 106
  • c. Section 109
  • d. Section 107
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46. When does a Memorandum Panchavarna done under section 27 of Indian Evidence Act?

  • a. When accused is in police custody
  • b. When accused in magisterial custody
  • c. When accused is on bail
  • d. With the permission of the court

47. Under which section of code of Criminal Procedure, Inquest Panchnama is conducted?

  • a. Cr.P.C. 174
  • b. Cr.P.C. 164
  • c. Cr.P.C. 102
  • d. Cr.P.C. 154

48. After the conduct of postmortem who seals the parcels which are to be sent to Forensic Lab?

  • a. Investigating Officer
  • b. Medical Officer
  • c. Forensic Lab
  • d. None of the above

49. Bond with sureties for keeping the peace under section 106 of Cr.P.C. can be taken for ………………….. years.

  • a. Not exceeding 1 year
  • b. Not exceeding 3 years
  • c. Not exceeding 2 years
  • d. Not exceeding 5 years

50. According to which section of Cr.P.C. can police seize suspicious properly?

  • a. Section 102 of Cr.P.C.
  • b. Section 104 of Cr.P.C.
  • c. Section 92 of Cr.P.C.
  • d. Section 100 of Cr.P.C.

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