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Oxford University Press solutions for Class 8 the Trail History and Civics for ICSE Middle School chapter 18 - The Judiciary [Latest edition]

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Chapter 18: The Judiciary

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Oxford University Press solutions for Class 8 the Trail History and Civics for ICSE Middle School Chapter 18 The Judiciary Fill in the blanks

Fill in the blanks | Q 1

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In India, there is a ______unified system of courts for the Indian Union and the states.

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The Supreme Court of India is located in _______.

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To qualify for the post of a judge in the Supreme Court, a person must either be an advocate of a High Court for at least _____years or a judge of a High Court for _______.

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The High Court _________ and __________the functioning of subordinate courts.

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The records of the High Court serve as ____________ for _____ courts in future cases.

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Match the Columns

Oxford University Press solutions for Class 8 the Trail History and Civics for ICSE Middle School Chapter 18 The Judiciary Match the Columns

Match the Columns | Q 1

Match the following:

Column A Column B
1. Supreme Court (a) can have. two or more states under its jurisdiction.
2. High Court (b) village level courts
3. Nyaya Panchayats (c) affordable and speedy justice
4. Lok Adalats (d) free legal aid and service
5. Legal Aid Scheme (e) the apex court of India
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Choose the correct answer

Oxford University Press solutions for Class 8 the Trail History and Civics for ICSE Middle School Chapter 18 The Judiciary Choose the correct answer

Choose the correct answer | Q 1

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Disputes between the union government and the state government fall under the___________Jurisdiction of the Supreme Court

  • Original

  • Advisory

  • Appellate

Choose the correct answer | Q 2

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The _________has the power of judicial review.

  • District Court

  • Nyaya Panchayats

  • Supreme Court

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The High Court is the highest court of justice in a _________.

  • village

  • district

  • state

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Judges of the High Court can serve until they are___________years old.

  • 60

  • 62

  • 65

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The______were set up to provide quicker and cheaper judicial services.

  • Nyaya Panchayats

  • Lok Adalats

  • District Courts

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True or False

Oxford University Press solutions for Class 8 the Trail History and Civics for ICSE Middle School Chapter 18 The Judiciary True or False

True or False | Q 1

State whether the following is true or false:

The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court is appointed by the Prime Minister of India.

  • True

  • False

True or False | Q 2

State whether the following is true or false:

No cases can be brought directly to the Supreme Court for the first time.

  • True

  • False

True or False | Q 3

State whether the following is true or false:

A High Court is not a court of record.

  • True

  • False

True or False | Q 4

State whether the following is true or false:

A Nyaya Panchayat can impose a fine of up to? 10,000.

  • True

  • False

True or False | Q 5

State whether the following is true or false:

The process of obtaining justice through law courts is a long-drawn-out and expensive process in our country.

  • True

  • False

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Oxford University Press solutions for Class 8 the Trail History and Civics for ICSE Middle School Chapter 18 The Judiciary Answer the questions in one or two words/sentences

Answer the questions in one or two words/sentences | Q 1

Answer the following question in one or two words/ sentences:

On what grounds can Supreme Court judges be removed from office?

Answer the questions in one or two words/sentences | Q 2

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Mention any two kinds of disputes that can be brought directly before the Supreme Court.

Answer the questions in one or two words/sentences | Q 3

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What is the Advisory Jurisdiction of the Supreme Court?

Answer the questions in one or two words/sentences | Q 4

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Why are the records of the cases and judgment of the Supreme Court important?

Answer the questions in one or two words/sentences | Q 5

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Who appoints the Chief Justice of the High Courts?

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What are writs?

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What is a Nyaya Panchayat?

Answer the questions in one or two words/sentences | Q 8

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Why has Lok Adalats been set up?

Answer the questions in one or two words/sentences | Q 9

Answer the following question in one or two words/ sentences:

Why is Lok Adalats becoming popular?

Answer the questions in one or two words/sentences | Q 10

Answer the following question in one or two words/ sentences:

What is the objective of the Legal Aid Scheme?

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Answer the questions briefly

Oxford University Press solutions for Class 8 the Trail History and Civics for ICSE Middle School Chapter 18 The Judiciary Answer the questions briefly

Answer the questions briefly | Q 1.1

Answer the following question briefly:

The Supreme Court is the highest judicial body in the country. In this context, explain: Its original Jurisdiction

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The Supreme Court is the highest judicial body in the country. In this context, explain: Its Appellate Jurisdiction.

Answer the questions briefly | Q 1.3

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The Supreme Court is the highest judicial body in the country. In this context, explain: Why it is called the guardian of the Constitution.

Answer the questions briefly | Q 2.1

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With reference to the powers of the High Court, discuss its Original Jurisdiction

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With reference to the powers of the High Court, discuss its Appellate Jurisdiction

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With reference to the powers of the High Court, discuss its Review and Revisory Jurisdiction

Answer the questions briefly | Q 3.1

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In the context of the judicial system in India, answer the following question: 
What are the main features of a Nyaya Panchayat?

Answer the questions briefly | Q 3.2

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In the context of the judicial system in India, answer the following question: 
Why are Lok Adalats becoming popular in India?

Answer the questions briefly | Q 3.3

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In the context of the judicial system in India, answer the following question: 
Mention the sections of society which receive free legal services under the Legal Aid Scheme.

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Picture study

Oxford University Press solutions for Class 8 the Trail History and Civics for ICSE Middle School Chapter 18 The Judiciary Picture study

Picture study | Q 1

This is a picture of the apex Indian count.

Identify it

Picture study | Q 2

This is a picture of the apex Indian count.

What is the composition of this Supreme court?

Picture study | Q 3

This is a picture of the apex Indian count.

Who appoints the judges of the Supreme court? 

Picture study | Q 4

This is a picture of the apex Indian count.

Explain the Supreme Court's role as the guardian of the Constitution.

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Chapter 18: The Judiciary

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Oxford University Press solutions for Class 8 the Trail History and Civics for ICSE Middle School chapter 18 - The Judiciary

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Concepts covered in Class 8 the Trail History and Civics for ICSE Middle School chapter 18 The Judiciary are Indian Government: Legislature, Indian Government: Executive, Indian Government: the Judiciary, The Supreme Court and High Court, Jurisdiction and Functions, Powers and Functions of Union Parliament, Composition and Powers of the House of Representatives and the Senate, Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha, Council of Ministers and the Cabinet, Supreme Court - Composition, Qualifications of Judges, Appointment, High Courts - Composition, Qualifications of Judges, Appointment.

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