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1. August 26th is celebrated as Womens Equality Day to commemorate

  1. the work women did during the Second World War
  2. the anniversary of women winning the right to vote
  3. the flappers of the 1920s
  4. the contemporary Womens rights movement

2. According to Indian law, what is the minimum age of a person for employment in a factory?

  1. 18 years
  2. 21 years
  3. 14 years
  4. 16 years

3. According to Indian law, what is the minimum age of marriage?

  1. 16 years for women and 19 years for men
  2. 18 for women and 21 for men
  3. 21 for women and men both
  4. 18 for men and women both

4. According to section 304B of IPC, if a woman dies under abnormal circumstances within X years of her marriage then it can be termed a dowry death, provided X is

  1. 5 years
  2. 6 years
  3. 7 years
  4. 8 years

5. According to section 498A of IPC any cruelty for dowry to a woman by the husband or his relatives is

  1. a non-bailable offence with up to three years jail and fine
  2. a bailable offence with up to three years jail and fine
  3. an offence with fine up to 5 thousand rupees
  4. a non bailable offence with up to seven years jail and fine

6. According to the Dowry Prohibition Act 1961, what is the punishment for giving or taking or demanding or accepting dowry?

  1. Up to 5 thousand rupees fine
  2. Up to six months imprisonment and / or up to 5 thousand rupees fine
  3. Up to three months punishment and/or up to one thousand rupees fine
  4. Up to one year punishment and/or up to ten thousand rupees fine

7. According to the immoral traffic (prevention) act of 1956, on first offence, what is the punishment for allowing your premises to be used for prostitution

  1. One to Three years imprisonment and fine
  2. Up to Two years imprisonment and fine
  3. Two to Five years imprisonment and fine
  4. No imprisonment but only fine

8. According to the immoral traffic (prevention) act of 1956, on first offence, what is the punishment for procuring, inducing or taking an adult person for the sake of prostitution

  1. One to Three years imprisonment and fine
  2. Up to Two years imprisonment and fine
  3. Three to Seven years rigorous imprisonment and fine
  4. No imprisonment but only fine

9. According to the immoral traffic (prevention) act of 1956, what is the punishment for procuring, inducing or taking a child for the sake of prostitution

  1. One to Three years imprisonment and fine
  2. Rigorous imprisonment for Seven years to life and fine
  3. Seven to Twelve years rigorous imprisonment and fine

10. According to the immoral traffic (prevention) act of 1956, which of the following is not a punishable offence

  1. keeping or allowing your premises to be used as brothel
  2. an adult earning a living by means of prostitution
  3. inducing a person into prostitution
  4. prostitution in a private place and sufficiently far from any public place

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