Subscribe Mahendras Youtube Channel | Join Mahendras Telegram Channel | Like Mahendras Facebook Page | Online Admission | Download Mahendras App

Now Subscribe for Free videos

Subscribe Now

IBPS - SO - LAW - QUIZ : 30.12.2015

Bankers Guru

1. Ordinarily permissible time limit for use of public address ay stem is.

(1) 8AM to 12PM (2) 6AM to 10PM 

(3) 10 PM to 6AM (4) 6AM to 6PM

(5) Other than these options

ANS: (2)

2. National Green Tribunal cannot decide cases pertaining to

(1) Sustainable Development (2) Public Interest Litigation 

(3) Precautionary Principle (4) Polluter Pays Principles

(5) Corporate social responsibility

ANS: (2)

3. India Handicraft Emporium v. Union of lndia is known case on:

(1) Article 14 (2) Hunting for scientific research

(3) National Park (4) Import of ivory

(5) Protected areas

ANS: (4)

4. Restriction of areas against any industry may be imposed by:

(1) Central Government (2) State Government 

(3) State Pollution Control Board (4) Forest Advisory Committee

(5) High Court

ANS: (1)

5. State is custodian of all natural resources. The principle is based on: 

(1) Precautionary Principle (2) Public Trust Doctrine 

(3) Public interest Doctrine (4) State Monopoly

(5) Doctrine of Sustainability

ANS: (2)

6. 'Non-rarest purpose" means clearing of any forest Land for: 

(1) Cultivation of tea/coffee (2) Medicinal plants

(3) Any purpose other than reforestation (4) All of the above

(5) Other than these options

ANS: (4)

7. Nagoya Protocol relates to: 

(1) Ozone layer depiction (2) Climate change

(3) Transportation of hazardous wastes (4) Biodiversity

(5) Production of Ozone depleting substances 

ANS: (4)

8. Taj trapezium, case is known for:

(1) Protection of Taj Mahal from Yamuna river pollution

(2) Protection of Taj city from leather industry

(3) Protection of Taj Mahal from acid rains

(4) Protection of Taj Mahal form loss of greenery 

(5) Protection of Taj Mahal from water pollution

ANS: (3)

9. Following legislation has been repealed by the National Green Tribunal Act:

(1) Forest Act (2) National Environment Appellate Authority Act

(3) Public Liability Insurance Act (4) Forest (Conservation) Act

(5) Protection of Wild-life Act

ANS: (2)

10. In cases of criminal liability of a company under pollution control laws: 

(1) Director of the company is liable for the offence

(2) Director can escape his liability by saying his superior position

(3) Director shall be deemed to be guilty

(4) Director shall be deemed to be guilty if the offence was done

(5) Other than these options

ANS: (4)

Copyright © 2023 All Right Reserved by Mahendra Educational Pvt . Ltd.