Important Questions for IPC, IEA, and CRPC for HJS Exam

There are questions based on bare acts in the Haryana judicial services examination. Solving questions from each subject is a good practice to enhance your preparation levels.

In this post, we have provided bare act questions related to the Indian Penal Code, Indian Evidence Act, and Code of Criminal Procedure.

Practising these important questions for IPC, IEA, and CRPC for HJS Exam will help enhance your preparation and score good marks in the upcoming exam.

Before going through the questions, check out the simple tips that help memorize bare acts for judiciary exams.

How To Memorize Bare Acts for Haryana Civil Judge Exam?

Every bare act contains hundreds of sections. Memorizing all of them is a big challenge for many of you.

Therefore, here are a few tips to memorize bare acts for the HJS exam.

  • Write the section and article names in a notebook. Practice it multiple times during your law course. 
  • Read the sections repeatedly to remember.
  • Prepare mnemonics of sections to remember them for the long term. 
  • Always try to relate every section, clause, and illustration with their purposes as it will help you get a clear understanding of the law.
  • You can not read bare act too fast as it is not easy like reading novels. You need to read bare act slowly and have a clear understanding of the law.

IPC Questions for Haryana Judiciary Exam 2021

Here are a few questions on the Indian Penal Code subject picked from previous year's Haryana Judiciary question papers

Q. 'X' having sufficient food, does not provide some food to a beggar, who dies of hunger. 'X' is guilty of

  1. No offence
  2. Attempt to murder
  3. Murder
  4. Culpable homicide not amounting to murder

Q. Which one of the following pairs is correctly matched?

  1. Counterfeit - Section 28
  2. Valuable security - Section 29
  3. Document - Section 30
  4. Omission - Section 31

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Q. Which of the following punishments cannot be awarded under the Indian Penal Code?

  1. Imprisonment for life
  2. Death sentence
  3. Transportation for life
  4. Forfeiture of property

Q. 'A' a soldier fires on a mob by the order of his superior officer in conformity with the commands of the law due to which certain person are injured. What offence has been committed by 'A'?

  1. Attempt to murder
  2. Hurt
  3. Grievous hurt
  4. No offence

Q. Section 76 & 79 of IPC provide the general exception of :

  1. Mistake of law
  2. Mistake of fact
  3. Both mistake of law and fact
  4. Either mistake of law or of fact

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Q. Insanity as a defence means that a person at the time of doing an act, by reason of unsoundness of mind is incapable of knowing:

  1. The nature of the act
  2. That what he is doing is wrong
  3. That what he is doing is contrary to law
  4. Either (1) or (2) or (3)

IEA Questions for Haryana Judicial Services Examination 2021

The following are some of the important questions on IEA. Following these questions regularly will help enhance your Haryana Judiciary Exam Preparation.

Q. The Indian Evidence Act applies to 

  1. All judicial proceedings in or before any court
  2. Proceedings before arbitrators
  3. Affidavits presented to any court or officer
  4. Both (1) and (3)

Q. What is the meaning of not proved under IEA?

  1. Fact does not exist
  2. Non-Existence probable
  3. Court has doubt
  4. Neither proved nor disproved

Q. Which of the following is the best evidence?

  1. documentary
  2. direct
  3. oral
  4. circumstantial

Q. Public documents are mentioned in 

  1. 72
  2. 73
  3. 74
  4. 75

Q. Which case relates to estoppel?

  1. Mohribibi v. Dharmodas Ghosh
  2. Hadley v. Bexandale
  3. Pickard v. Sears
  4. Lalman Shukla v. Gauri Dutt

CrPC Questions for HJS Examination 2021

Solving previous year papers and Haryana Judiciary Mock Tests will help you understand better the difficulty level of questions.

Q. Under Section 106 of the Criminal Procedure Code, which of the following courts can order the offender regarding security for keeping the peace and for good behaviour?

  1. Sessions Court
  2. Magistrate 1st Class
  3. Both A and B
  4. None of the above

Q. Who of the following may order for maintenance of wives, children and parents under CrPC 1973?

  1. Only Executive Magistrate
  2. Judicial Magistrate 2nd Class
  3. Magistrate of the 1st Class
  4. All of the above

Q. No wife shall be entitled to maintenance from her husband under section 125 of CrPC if:

  1. She has obtained a divorce from her husband and has not remarried.
  2. She is unable to maintain herself
  3. She refused to live with her husband on the ground that keeps a mistress.
  4. She is living in adultery

Q. In non-cognizable cases, the investigation starts:

  1. Immediately with the lodging of F.I.R.
  2. After obtaining orders from concerned Magistrate
  3. The matter is referred to the concerned Superintendent of Police
  4. In the same way as provided in Section 154, CrPC

Q. Under section 10 of IPC, "Man" denotes a male human being of:

  1. 16 years
  2. 18 years
  3. 21 years
  4. Any age


Is bare Acts knowledge enough for Judicial Services Exams?

Most of the questions asked in the Judicial Services Exams are from the illustrations of bare act. Hence, learning bare act is first step to clear the judicial services exam.

How do I prepare for bare acts for Haryana Judiciary Examination?

Start your preparation with bare acts as most of the questions in the judiciary exam are from bare acts. Make sure to study 5-10 bare acts everyday.

Which is the books to learn about Indian Evidence Act?

Indian Evidence Act by V. Nageswara Rao is one of the best books to learn about Indian Evidence Act.

Which are the best books to learn about Indian Case laws?

Code of Civil Procedure by Jatin Kumar Das and Code of Civil Procedure by T.P. Tripathi are the best books for reading about Indian laws.

Do really solving previous year papers will help me score better in the Haryana Judiciary Exam?

Yes. Solving previous year papers will help improve your time management skills, speed, and accuracy in the final exam and that would definitely help you score good marks in the exam.