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ICSE Class X Civics The supreme court - revision Q&A

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ICSE Class X Civics The supreme court - revision Q&A

  1. 1. The Supreme Court www.srconline.in Visit for Audio-Visual Q&A of complete Syllabus for Class X ICSE Civics Please switch ON your speakers; all chapters Q&A are presented in AUDIO-VISUAL mode Visit www.srconline.in for Hindi; History; Geography; Civics & Hindi Grammar Audio-Visual Q&A
  2. 2. Single Integrated Judiciary System Questions What is meant by the term ‘India has Single Integrated Judiciary System’ Answers According to Indian Constitution ‘India has Single Integrated Judiciary System, because – 1. India has one single civil and criminal system operates through out the country, instead of separate sets of laws. 2. Supreme Court is the Apex Court & is Head of all other courts; controlling their functions in the Country 3. In India, one can appeal from Lower Court to High Court and finally to Supreme Court Visit www.srconline.in for Hindi; History; Geography; Civics & Hindi Grammar Audio-Visual Q&A
  3. 3. Single Integrated Judiciary System • Why India adopted for a Single Integrated judiciary system instead of double judicial set up? • India adopted a single integrated judiciary system instead of double judicial set up; because • Single Judiciary System is essential requirement for federal governance; where, constitutional powers are divided in the executives, legislatures and judiciary. • An independent judicial system can protect individuals more effectively from the executives and legislative interference. • An independent and impartial judicial is an essential requisite for ensuring human rights and protecting democracy. Visit www.srconline.in for Hindi; History; Geography; Civics & Hindi Grammar Audio-Visual Q&A
  4. 4. Supreme Court Questions Answers What is the Composition of Supreme Court? The Supreme Court is composed of – 1. A Chief Justice of India ; and 2. Twenty Five other judges. How more judges can be accommodate in Supreme Court Supreme Court can accommodate more judges, if Parliament by law prescribes requirements of more Judges. How the Judges of Supreme Court are appointed? Every judge of the Supreme Court is appointed by the President of India in consultation with the Chief Justice of India and other judges of Supreme Court and Council of Ministers. How Chief Justice is appointed? Usually the senior most Judge of the Supreme Court is appointed as Chief Justice of India. Visit www.srconline.in for Hindi; History; Geography; Civics & Hindi Grammar Audio-Visual Q&A
  5. 5. Supreme Court Questions Answers What is the appointment of Ad Hoc Judges to Supreme Court? 1. The Chief Justice may appoint a Judge of High Court as an Ad Hoc Judge to Supreme Court for specific period. 2. The appointment of Ad Hoc judges are made with the consent of the President of India What is the term of Supreme Court Judge? A Supreme Court Judge shall – • Hold office until he/she attains the age of 65 years. • May submit his/her written resignation to the President How Supreme Court judge can be removed? • As such Supreme Court Judge can not be removed from office, except by an order of President on the ground of proved misbehavior or incapacity. Visit www.srconline.in for Hindi; History; Geography; Civics & Hindi Grammar Audio-Visual Q&A
  6. 6. Independence of Judiciary from the Control of Executive and Legislature Questions Explain, how Indian Judiciary is independent from Legislature and Executives from – a) Salaries and service conditions; b) Freedom to announce decisions and decrees Answers Independence of Judiciary is ensured by following devices – a) Salaries and service conditions: Salaries and allowances of Judges are paid by Consolidated Fund of India; hence are not subject to vote of parliament. Their salaries can not be changed to their disadvantage and reduced except in financial emergency b) Freedom to Announce decisions and decrees: Judges are free to announce their decisions and decrees in the court chamber without any danger to their person, property and life. Judges’ decision can not be criticized in public by the press. Visit www.srconline.in for Hindi; History; Geography; Civics & Hindi Grammar Audio-Visual Q&A
  7. 7. Independence of Judiciary from the Control of Executive and Legislature Questions Answers Explain, how Indian Judiciary is independent from Legislature and Executives from – a) Punishment for Contempt of Court? b) Full Control over its Procedure of Work and Establishment Independence of Judiciary is ensured by following devices – a) Punishment for Contempt of Court: The Supreme Court can punish for the Contempt of Court, if a person or authority means an attempt to lower its authority. b) Full Control over its Procedure of Work and Establishment: The Supreme court is free to decide its own procedures of work and its establishment and the condition of services and it’s employees. Supreme Court is free from influence from any outside agency Visit www.srconline.in for Hindi; History; Geography; Civics & Hindi Grammar Audio-Visual Q&A
  8. 8. Attention ICSE Class X students ! Revising Hindi; Hindi Grammar; History; Civics; Geography; become more Easy using “AUDIOVISUAL” Q & A Slides. To know more, visit www.srconline.in Each chapter has hundreds of questions according to ICSE Board Pattern and Syllabus same all over India. You can ‘READ & LISTEN’ slides Anytime Anywhere, even on SMART Phones! Register & Purchase today to get access to Chapters! Visit www.srconline.in for Hindi; History; Geography; Civics & Hindi Grammar Audio-Visual Q&A
  9. 9. Jurisdiction and Powers of the Supreme Court Questions Answers What is the jurisdiction of Supreme Court? Supreme Court has Original and Appellate Jurisdiction. Supreme Court also had Advisory Jurisdiction. What is the role of Supreme Court related to the Constitution? The Supreme Court is the Protector and final Interpreter of the Constitution. What is Original Jurisdiction of the Supreme Court? Original Jurisdiction means – the power to hear and determine a dispute in the first instances; i.e. those cases which can not be moved to any court, except Supreme Court Visit www.srconline.in for Hindi; History; Geography; Civics & Hindi Grammar Audio-Visual Q&A
  10. 10. Jurisdiction and Powers of the Supreme Court Questions Answers What is the role of Supreme Court in ‘Protection of Fundamental Rights’ The Protection of Fundamental rights falls under Original Jurisdiction of Supreme Court. Any individual can approach Supreme Court, in case of violation of his/her Fundamental rights. The Court can issue several Writs for the enforcement of these rights. What is role of Supreme Court in Transfer of Cases from Lower Courts? 1. The cases involving law or cases of great importance, Supreme Court can take a transfer from High Court 2. Supreme Court my transfer cases from one High Court to another in the interest of Justice. Visit www.srconline.in for Hindi; History; Geography; Civics & Hindi Grammar Audio-Visual Q&A
  11. 11. Jurisdiction and Powers of the Supreme Court Questions Answers What are the Appellate Jurisdiction of Supreme Court? The Appellate Jurisdiction of the Supreme Court extends to – a) Constitutional Cases b) Civil Cases c) Criminal Cases What are the Appellate Jurisdiction of Supreme Court with respect to Constitutional Cases? • All matters irrespective of the nature involving an important point of law which needs interpretation of the Constitution , and where a certificate is to be issued by a High Court, can be brought before the Supreme Court. • If the High Court refuses to give such certificate, the Supreme Court can grant special leave of appeal. Visit www.srconline.in for Hindi; History; Geography; Civics & Hindi Grammar Audio-Visual Q&A
  12. 12. Functions of Supreme Court Questions Answers What is role of Supreme Court in the disputes arising out of preconstitution treaties and agreements? Supreme Court has Advisory Jurisdiction and can express its opinion in the disputes arising out of pre-Constitution treaties and agreements those are excluded from original jurisdiction by Article 131. What is Revisory Jurisdiction of Supreme Court? The Supreme Court under Article 137 is empowered to view any judgment or order made by it with a view to removing any mistake or error that might have crept in the judgment or order. Why Revisory Jurisdication power are given to Supreme Court? The Revisory Jurisdiction powers are given because the Supreme Court is a court of record and its decisions are evidentiary value and can not be questioned in any court Visit www.srconline.in for Hindi; History; Geography; Civics & Hindi Grammar Audio-Visual Q&A
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