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Dec 2018

Biology Question Bank – 20 Short Questions With Answers on “Food Production”

Q. 1. Name the fowl used for poultry. Ans. (1) Chicken (2) Duck (3) Turkey (4) Geese. Q. 2. How is inbreeding different from out breeding? Ans. In inbreeding, the breeding is between animals of the same breed whereas in out breeding the breeding is by crossing animals of different breeds. Q. 3. What does […]

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Dec 2018

Biology Question Bank – 20 Short Questions With Answers on “Reproduction in Organisms”

Smock > Flashcards > Week 5: Mitosis/Meiosis …”/>Q. 1. Name the period from birth to the natural death of an organism. Ans. Life span. Q. 2. Which types of organisms are immortal? Multicellular or single cellular organisms? Ans. Single cellular organisms. Q. 3. Why is reproduction essential for organisms? Ans. Reproduction is essential for organism […]

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Dec 2018

Punishment for Criminal Breach of Trust by Clerk or Servant in India

“Whoever, being a clerk or servant or employed as a clerk or servant, and being in any manner entrusted in such capacity with property, or with any dominion over property, commits criminal breach of trust in respect of that property, shall be punished with imprisonment of either description for a term which may extend to […]

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Dec 2018

Section 61 of Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 (Cr.P.C.) – Explained!

Forms of summons: Every summons issued by a Court under this Code shall be in writing, in duplicate, signed by the presiding officer of such Court or by such other officer as the High Court may, from time to time, by rule direct, and shall bear the seal of the Court. Comment: Summons may be […]

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Dec 2018

Biology Question Bank – 22 Short Questions With Answers on “Variation of the Chromosomes in the Human”

Q. 1. Name the process by which the traits (characters) are passed on from parent to progeny. Ans. Inheritance. Q. 2. Define variation. Ans. It is the degree by which progeny differs from their parents. Q.3. Give one example to state that humans knew as early as 8000-1.000 BC the causes of variation and exploited […]

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Dec 2018

Section 6 – Powers of Juvenile Justice Board – Juvenile Justice (Care And Protection Of Children) Act, 2000

(2) The powers conferred on the Board by or under this Act may also be exercised by the High Court and the Court of Session, when the proceeding comes before them in appeal, revision or otherwise. Comment: The main object of setting up the Juvenile Justice Board is not only to bring about reformation in […]

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Dec 2018

Distinction between Theft and Criminal Misappropriation

(2) In theft taking of thing is wrongful from the very beginning, in criminal misappropriation it may be innocent and lawful. It is the subsequent change of mind that makes the lawful taking into unlawful act in criminal misappropriation. (3) The property in respect of which the offence is committed must be movable in both […]

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Dec 2018

Section 7 – Procedure to be followed by a Magistrate not empowered under the Juvenile Justice Act

(2) The competent authority to which the proceeding is forwarded under sub-section (1) shall hold the inquiry as if the juvenile or the child had originally been brought before it. Comment: This section provides that when a juvenile in conflict with law is produced before a Magistrate who does not have jurisdiction and power conferred […]

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Dec 2018

Biology Question Bank – 21 Short Questions With Answers on “Human Reproductions”

Q. 1. Mention the different parts of human male reproductive system. Ans. 1. Testes (1 pair), 2. Glands, 3. Accessory ducts 4. External genitalia. Q. 2. Mention the role of scrotum/scrotal sacs. Ans. 1. It holds the testis. 2. Provides low temperature (2-2.5°c less) than the body. Q. 3. What is the number of testicular […]

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Dec 2018

Section 11 – Control of custodian over juvenile – Juvenile Justice (Care And Protection Of Children) Act, 2000

Comment: The person in whose charge a juvenile is placed in the absence of his parents shall have control over the juvenile and will look after him, as if he were his parents. The juvenile shall remain in his charge although he is claimed by his parents or any other person.

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