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Chapter 4: The Union Judiciary (The Supreme Court)

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ICSE solutions for ICSE Class 10 History and Civics Chapter 4 The Union Judiciary (The Supreme Court) Very Short Questions [Page undefined]

Very Short Questions | Q 1

Name the highest judicial tribunal in India.

Very Short Questions | Q 2

Which body has the final authority to interpret the Constitution?

Very Short Questions | Q 3

How many Judges are there in the Supreme Court?

Very Short Questions | Q 4

Who appoints the Judges of the Supreme Court?

Very Short Questions | Q 5

Who determines the strength of the Supreme Court?

Very Short Questions | Q 6

Who can increase the number of Judges of the Supreme Court?

Very Short Questions | Q 7

Mention the term of a Judge of the Supreme Court.

Very Short Questions | Q 8

 Who appoints the administrative staff of the Supreme Court?

Very Short Questions | Q 9

Under what circumstances can the salaries and allowances of the Judges of the Supreme Court be reduced?

Very Short Questions | Q 10

If the President of India considers that a question of law may be referred to the Supreme Court, under which jurisdiction will the Supreme Court express its opinion in the matter?

Very Short Questions | Q 11

Of which Constitutional system is the independent Judiciary a characteristic?

Very Short Questions | Q 12

Why should the Judiciary be separated from the Executive?

Very Short Questions | Q 13

Jurisdiction of the Supreme Court can be divided into how many categories? Name them.

Very Short Questions | Q 14

Appellate Jurisdiction of Supreme Court can be divided into how many groups? Name them.

Very Short Questions | Q 15

What is the advisory role of the Supreme Court of India?
Or
What is meant by advisory Jurisdiction of the Supreme Court?

Very Short Questions | Q 16

Name any one Writ issued by the Courts for the enforcement of Fundamental Rights.

Very Short Questions | Q 17

Why is the Supreme Court said to be the guardian of the Constitution?

Very Short Questions | Q 18

 Mention any one power of the Supreme Court, which is not enjoyed by other courts.

Very Short Questions | Q 19

What happens if either the Parliament or a State Legislature passes any law that is against the Constitution?

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ICSE solutions for ICSE Class 10 History and Civics Chapter 4 The Union Judiciary (The Supreme Court) Short Questions I [Page undefined]

Short Questions I | Q 1

 Who appoints the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court?

Short Questions I | Q 2

Mention the salary and allowances of the Chief Justice and the other Judges of the Supreme Court.

Short Questions I | Q 3

Discuss about the manner of appointement of Judges of the the Supreme Court.

Short Questions I | Q 4

Why there is need for an independent Judiciary in India?

Short Questions I | Q 5

What is understood by a ‘Single Integrated Judicial System’ as provided in the Indian Constitution?

Short Questions I | Q 6

Mention three circumstances in which the office of the Judge of the Supreme Court falls vacant.

Short Questions I | Q 7

Why is the Supreme Court described as a ‘Court of Record’?

Short Questions I | Q 8

 What do you understand by the term ‘Judicial Review’?

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Short Questions II | Q 1

Explain the term of office and removal of Judges of the Supreme Court.

Short Questions II | Q 2

Mention the ways in which the Supreme Court has been made independent of the influence of the Executive.
Or
Mention two ways by which the Constitution ensures independence of the Judges of the Supreme Court?

Short Questions II | Q 3

The meaning of Independence of the Judiciary and the need to do so.

Short Questions II | Q 4

 What is Appellate Jurisdiction? Mention any two types of cases over which the Supreme Court has Appellate Jurisdiction.
Or
In the extensive Jurisdiction of the Supreme Court state the difference between the Original Jurisdiction and the Appellate Jurisdiction. Mention two functions that come under Original Jurisdiction.

Short Questions II | Q 5

 Hew does supreme court play the Guardian of the Fundamental Rights?

Short Questions II | Q 6

What is meant by Court of Record.

Short Questions II | Q 7

The Supreme Court is the Guardian of the Fundamental Rights. In this connection explain the following units which its can issue:
(i) Habeas Corpus (ii) Mandamus.

Short Questions II | Q 8

Name any two writs issued by the courts for the enforcement of Fundamental Rights.

Short Questions II | Q 9

How does Supreme Court act as: Custodian of the Constitution?

Short Questions II | Q 10

 Why the Judges of the Supreme Court are prohibited to practice after retirement?

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ICSE solutions for ICSE Class 10 History and Civics Chapter 4 The Union Judiciary (The Supreme Court) Long Questions [Page undefined]

Long Questions | Q 1

 Discuss the composition of the Supreme Court of India.

Long Questions | Q 2

 Discuss the manner in which the constitution seeks to maintain the Independence of the Judges of Supreme Court.

Long Questions | Q 3

Explain the Appellate Jurisdiction of the Supreme Court.

Long Questions | Q 4

What is meant by Judicial Review and Original Jurisdiction?

Long Questions | Q 5

With reference to the Independence and Impartiality of the Supreme Court, explain the role of each of the following factors:
(i) No discussion with respect to the conduct of any Judge.
(ii) Power to punish for contempt of itself.

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