ISBN 9789351419327,UGC NET/JRF/SLET HUMAN RIGHTS AND DUTIES Paper II & III

UGC NET/JRF/SLET HUMAN RIGHTS AND DUTIES Paper II & III

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ISBN 9789351419327
Publisher

Arihant Publication

Publication Year 2014
ISBN-13

ISBN 9789351419327

ISBN-10 9351419320
Binding

Paperback

Edition 1st
Number of Pages 640 Pages
Language (English)
Subject

Entrance Exam Preparation

To determine the eligibility for Lectureship (LS) and for award of Junior Research Fellowship (JRF), the University Grants Commission (UGC) organises National Eligibility Test (NET) twice a year. The pattern for this prestigious examination was changed in 2012 following which Paper III has also been made objective. UGC NET Tutor Human Rights and Duties Paper II and III has been designed according to the recent examination pattern and syllabus issued by the UGC for Human Rights and Duties Paper II and III. The study of Human Rights and Duties is a crucial subject which ensures that the rights of the people are provided to them and they abide by the duties they are entrusted with by god or other people. The present book has been divided into 24 Chapters in total as per the syllabus of UGC NET Human Rights and Duties Paper II and Paper III. The chapters namely Human Rights and Duties, Fundamental Concepts, International and National Perspective on Human Rights, Human Rights and Duties - A Western Perspective, Universal Human Rights Standard, International Instruments - Civil, Political, Social and Cultural Right, International Conventions and Declarations, Social Aspects and Human Rights, Social Problems and Human Rights, State, Individual Liberty, Freedom and Democracy, International Humanitarian Law, Universal Human Rights, Regional Human Rights Regime, Universal Human Rights and Globalisation, Economic Growth and Global Intellectual Property Rights, Developmental Issues and Human Rights, Social Development and Social Movement, Environmental and Human Rights Movements, Foundation of Indian Constitution, Constitution Vision of Justice, Constitutional Governance and Criminal Justice System, Judicial Activism, Law Enforcement and Human Rights Issues, Human Rights and Responsibilities, Rights to Life for Women, Refugees and Ethnic Groups and Democracy as Legitimate form of Government. More than 3500 previous years objective questions from 2007 to 2013 have been covered chapter-wise. All the important details have been presented in point form to make it easier for the students to assimilate information. Some specific facts have been covered in a box and through pictures for better understanding along with additional information covered in the form of smart facts. The main texts of a period and a historical time-line of the period are given in tabular form at the end of every chapter. Also 2013 (June andDecember) Solved Papers of UGC NET Human Rights and Duties Paper II and Paper III have been provided to help candidates get an insight into the recent exam pattern. The book also contains various types of objective questions based on the latest examination pattern to help candidates get familiar with the new examination pattern. At the end of the book Five Practise Papers for both Paper II and Paper III have been given for thorough practise and self analysis. This book is equally useful for various State Eligibility Tests (Sets) as well. As the book has been designed according to the latest examination pattern of UGC Human Rights and Duties Paper II and Paper III, it for sure will help the NET aspirants realise their dream of cracking NET / SET. TABLE OF CONTENTS Solved Paper 2013 (December) Solved Paper 2013 (June) 1. Human Rights and Duties, Fundamental Concepts 2. International and National Perspective on Human Rights 3. Human Rights and Duties - A Western Perspective 4. Universal Human Rights Standard 5. International Instruments - Civil, Political, Social and Cultural Right 6. International Conventions and Declarations 7. Social Aspects and Human Rights 8. Social Problems and Human Rights 9. State, Individual Liberty, Freedom and Democracy 10. International Humanitarian Law 11. Universal Human Rights 12. Regional Human Rights Regime 13. Universal Human Rights and Globalisation 14. Economic Growth and Global Intellectual Property Rights 15. Developmental Issues and Human Rights 16. Social Development and Social Movement 17. Environmental and Human Rights Movements 18. Foundation of Indian Constitution 19. Constitution Vision of Justice 20. Constitutional Governance and Criminal Justice System 21. Judicial Activism, Law Enforcement and Human Rights Issues 22. Human Rights and Responsibilities 23. Rights to Life for Women, Refugees and Ethnic Groups 24. Democracy as Legitimate Form of Government Practice Sets
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