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Assignment A

Q1). Meaning of Ethics and explain the concept of Ethics?

Q2). What are the various Types of Ethics?

Q3). Write short notes on: - a) Leaked Documents

Q4). Illustrate with examples Primary sources of Information?

Q5). Discuss the major differences between libel and slander.

Q6). How does Copyright law protects the work of the individual writer? Discuss

Q7). Why is the concept of Press Freedom controversial?

Q8). Discuss the major differences between libel and slander?

 

 

 

Assignment B

Case Study- Satellite News Gathering

Q1). Discuss how the performance of the EN8040 Voyager MPEG-4 AVC HD DSNG is becoming an essential asset for many news gathering businesses.

 

 

 

 

 

Assignment C

Question No. 1

Libel arises from ________.

Options

  1. a) Newspaper.
  2. b) Radio.
  3. c) Public Speech.
  4. d) Telephonic conversation

 

 

Question No. 2

The Copyright Act tends to ________ the rights of the creators.

Options

  1. a) Cease
  2. b) Protect
  3. c) Infringe
  4. d) Suppress

 

 

Question No. 3

Copyright infringement leads to ________.

Options

  1. a) Death sentence
  2. b) Lifetime imprisonment
  3. c) Payment of royalty.
  4. d) None of the above

 

Question No. 4

Press is subject to the restrictions that are provided under the article-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -of the Indian Constitution.

Options

  1. a) 19(1)
  2. b) 19(2)
  3. c) 19(3)
  4. d) 19(4)

 

 

Question No. 5

Official Secrets Act was passed in_______

Options

  1. a) 1932
  2. b) 1938
  3. c) 1934
  4. d) 1923

 

 

Question No. 6

Which of the following usage is exempted from infringement of copyright.

Options

  1. a) purpose of reporting current events
  2. b) purpose of a report of a judicial proceeding
  3. c) purpose of research or private study
  4. d) All of the above

 

 

Question No. 7

Which of the following is an infringement of copyright.

Options

  1. a) Imports into India, any infringing copies of the work.
  2. b) Steals some property.
  3. c) Creates fraudulent documents.
  4. d) Applies using wrong certificates to jobs

 

 

Question No. 8

Right to Information Act was enacted on __________.

Options

  1. a) 12, Oct, 2005
  2. b) 12, Sep, 2005
  3. c) 11, Sep, 2005
  4. d) 11, Oct, 2005

 

 

Question No. 9

In Plato´s ´Republic´, who or what should rule.

Options

  1. a) Tyrant
  2. b) Philosopher and king.
  3. c) Citizen.
  4. d) Democracy

 

 

Question No. 10

Spoken form of Defamation is referred to as __________

Options

  1. a) Libel
  2. b) Liberal
  3. c) Slander.
  4. d) Fake

 

 

Question No. 11

Contempt of Court Law was enacted in ________.

Options

  1. a) 1947
  2. b) 1961
  3. c) 1971
  4. d) 1950

 

 

Question No. 12

Which of the following is wrong in the case of Contempt of court?.

Options

  1. a) To threat the witnesses.
  2. b) Interfere in the judicial administration.
  3. c) Covering court news
  4. d) Charging the judge with unreason ability and inability

 

 

Question No. 13

Press and Books Registrations Act was enacted in_________.

Options

  1. a) 1857.
  2. b) 1867.
  3. c) 1887
  4. d) 1837

 

 

Question No. 14

Defamation is stated in Indian Penal Code ________..

Options

  1. a) Section 429.
  2. b) Section 439.
  3. c) Section 499
  4. d) Section 420

 

 

Question No. 15

Punishment for defamation has been dealt in IPC ________.

Options

  1. a) Sec.500-502
  2. b) Sec.400-402.
  3. c) Sec. 499.
  4. d) Sec. 420

 

 

Question No. 16

Registration of a newspaper is considered cancelled when_______..

Options

  1. a) It is not distributed evenly
  2. b) When it is not submitting a copy to RNI.
  3. c) When it is not published continuously for a year
  4. d) When it is not providing copy to public libraries.

 

 

Question No. 17

Which of the following is not stated as element of copyright

Options

  1. a) Art work.
  2. b) Writing.
  3. c) Illustration
  4. d) Adaptation

 

 

Question No. 18

Copyright entitles the owner of the work to___________.

Options

  1. a) To publish the work.
  2. b) To perform the work in public
  3. c) To make any adaptation of the work.
  4. d) All of the above

 

 

Question No. 19

The Press Council of India consists of __________ members.

Options

  1. a) 13
  2. b) 39
  3. c) 28
  4. d) 25

 

 

Question No. 20

The working journalists and other newspaper employees (Conditions of service) and miscellaneous provisions act was implemented in _________.

Options

  1. a) 1955
  2. b) 1978
  3. c) 1989
  4. d) 1857

 

 

Question No. 21

Which of the following does not contribute to the credibility of the press?

Options

  1. a) Believability.
  2. b) Sensationalism
  3. c) Impartiality
  4. d) Accuracy

 

 

Question No. 22

_______ is the practice of passing off another´s work as your own..

Options

  1. a) Slander
  2. b) Invasion of privacy.
  3. c) Libel.
  4. d) Plagiarism.

 

 

Question No. 23

The opportunity for permitting a person criticized in a story to respond to that criticism in the same story is known as _______.

Options

  1. a) Privileged statements.
  2. b) Right of reply
  3. c) Objectivity.
  4. d) Libel.

 

 

Question No. 24

A system of moral principles is known as ______.

Options

  1. a) Objectivity.
  2. b) Slander
  3. c) Ethics
  4. d) Common sense

 

 

Question No. 25

The correct chronology of four forms of media are _____, _________, _________,

Options

  1. a) Newspapers, Television, Radio, Internet
  2. b) Television, Newspapers, Radio, , Internet.
  3. c) Newspapers, Radio, Internet, Television
  4. d) Newspapers, Radio, Television, Internet

           

 

Question No. 26

Which among the following are the functions of the Supreme Court of India?.

Options

  1. a) Protection of Fundamental Rights of Citizens.
  2. b) Grant of clemency to condemned prisoners
  3. c) Arbitration between states and states and the centre.
  4. d) A and C

 

 

Question No. 27

The ideal condition for the success of parliamentary system is _______.

Options

  1. a) One dominant party.
  2. b) Two-party system.
  3. c) Single-party system..
  4. d) Multiple party systems.

 

 

Question No. 28

Indian Constitution does not clearly provide for the Freedom of Press but this freedom is implicit in the Article _______.

Options

  1. a) 19(1)a.
  2. b) 19(1)b.
  3. c) 19(1)c.
  4. d) 19(1)d.

 

 

Question No. 29

The thinkers of _______ have common tendency to entrust sovereignty to an organ of the government.

Options

  1. a) England
  2. b) France.
  3. c) Germany
  4. d) Switzerland

 

 

Question No. 30

Assertion (A): India is a union of destructible states. Reason (R): States have no control over the Constitution

Options

  1. a) Both (A) and (R) are true and (R) is the correct explanation of (A).
  2. b) Both (A) and (R) are true but (R) is not the correct explanation of (A).
  3. c) (A) is true but (R) is false
  4. d) (A) is false but (R) is true.

 

 

Question No. 31

Secular was added in to the preamble in_______.

Options

  1. a) 1976.
  2. b) 1986.
  3. c) 1989.
  4. d) 1981

 

 

Question No. 32

The State is both Child and Father of Law. Who said it.

Options

  1. a) Aristotle.
  2. b) Plato
  3. c) MacIver.
  4. d) Laski

 

 

Question No. 33

State is prior to Individual. Who said it. Solve by www.solvezone.in contact for more details at - 8882309876

Options

  1. a) Plato
  2. b) Aristotle
  3. c) Hobbes
  4. d) Hegel

 

 

Question No. 34

Who propounded the Theory of Natural Rights

Options

  1. a) T. H. Green
  2. b) ]ohn Locke
  3. c) H. ]. Laski.
  4. d) Mahatma Gandhi

 

 

 

Question No. 35

A wilful disobedience of a court order is __________________.

Options

  1. a) Civil contempt
  2. b) Criminal contempt
  3. c) Contempt
  4. d) All of the above

 

 

 

Question No. 36

Who is the author of the book Public Opinion.

Options

  1. a) Bentham.
  2. b) Rousseau
  3. c) Locke
  4. d) Lipmann

 

 

 

Question No. 37

Provincial Autonomy was a feature of which Act _______.

Options

  1. a) The Government of India Act of 1909
  2. b) The Government of India Act of 1919.
  3. c) The Government of India Act of 1935.
  4. d) The Indian Independence Act of 1947

 

 

 

Question No. 38

Which one of the following Commissions examined the Centre-State relations in India

Options

  1. a) Thakkar Commission
  2. b) Sarkaria Commission
  3. c) Lingdoh Commission
  4. d) Mandal Commission

 

 

Question No. 39

Whose name is associated with the concept of Justice as Fairness

Options

  1. a) Rawls.
  2. b) Berlin
  3. c) Hayek.
  4. d) Nozick.

 

 

Question No. 40

Promoting wrong qualities of a product in advertisings termed as_________.

Options

  1. a) Plagiarism
  2. b) Paparazzi
  3. c) Puffery
  4. d) Advertors

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