ISBN 9789351720782,UPSC Law Optional Mains Examination Topicwise Question Analysis 1992-2014

UPSC Law Optional Mains Examination Topicwise Question Analysis 1992-2014

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ISBN 9789351720782
Publisher

Kalinga Publications

Publication Year 2015
ISBN-13

ISBN 9789351720782

ISBN-10 9351720780
Binding

Paparback

Edition 4th
Number of Pages 170 Pages
Language (English)
Subject

Entrance Exam Preparation


Paper-I

1.  Constitutional and Administrative Law 
2.  International Law 

Paper-II

1.  Law of Crimes 
2.  Law of Torts 
3.  Law of Contracts and Mercantile Law 
4.  Contemporary Legal Developments 
Paper-I
1. Constitutional and Administrative Law  

1.  Constitution and Constitutionalism
2. Fundamental Rights
3.  Relationship between Fundamental Rights, Directive Principles & Fundamental Duties 
4.  Constitutional Position of the President & Relation with the Council of Ministers 
5.  Governor and his Powers 
6.  A. Supreme Courts and High Courts - Appointments and Transfer 
      B. Supreme Court & High Courts - Powers, functions and Jurisdiction 
7.  A. Centre, States and Local Bodies - Distribution of Legislative Powers 
     B. Centre, States and Local Bodies - Distribution of Administrative Relationship 
8.  Emergency Provisions 
9.  A. Constitutional Safeguards for Civil Servants
     B. Parliamentary Privileges and Immunities 
     C. Amendment of the Constitution 
10.  Principles of Natural Justice 
11.  Delegated Legislation and Its Constitutionality 
12.  Judicial Review of Administrative Action 
13.  Separation of Powers 
2. International Law 
1. UN Chapter 
2.  Nature and Definition of International Law 
3.  Relationship between International Law and Municipal Law 
4.  State Recognition and State Succession 
5.  Law of the Sea 
6.  Individuals 
7.  Territorial jurisdiction of States, Extradition and Asylum  
8.  Treaties  - Formation, application, termination and reservation 
9.  United Nations  - Its principal organs, powers and functions and reform 
10.  Peaceful Settlement of Disputes– different modes 
11.  Lawful recourse to force: aggressions, self-defence, intervention 
12. Legality of the use of nuclear weapons, ban on testing of nuclear weapons, NPT, CTBT 
13.  International Terrorism, State Sponsored Terrorism, Hijacking, ICC 
14.  New International Economic order and Moneraty Law - WTO, TRIPS, GATT, IMF, World Bank 
15.  Protection and Improvement of the Human Environment: International Efforts 
16.  Sources of International Law
 
Paper-II
1. Law of Crimes 39
1.  General Principles of Criminal Liability 
2.  Kinds of Punishment and Emerging Trends 
3.  Preparations & Criminal Attempt 
4. General Exceptions 
5.  Joint and Constructive Liability 
6.  Abutment 
7.  Criminal Conspiracy 
8.  Offenses against the State 
9.  Offenses against Public Franquilty 
10.  Offenses against Human Body 
11.  Offenses Against Property 
12.  Offenses Related to Marriage 
13.  Dowry Protection Act, 1961 
14.  Prevention of Corruption Act, 1998 
15.  Protection of Civil Rights Act, 1955 
16.  Plea Bargaining 
2. Law of Trots 50
1.  Nature and Definition 
2.  Liability Based upon Fault and Strict Liability, Absoluble Liability 
3.  Various Liability Including State Liability 
4.  General Defences 
5.  Joint Fort Feasors 
6.  Remedies 
7.  Negligence 
8.  Defamation 
9.  Nuisance 
10.  Conspiracy 
11. False Imprisonment 
12.  Malicious Prosecution 
13.  Consumer Protection Act, 1986 
14.  NUISANCE 

3. Law of Contracts and Mercantile Law 
1.  Nature and Formation of Contract/e-Contract 
2.  Factors Vitiating Free Consent 
3.  Void, voidable, illegal and unforceable agreements 
4.  Performance and Discharge of Contracts 
5.  Quasi - contracts 
6.  Consequences of breach of contract 
7.  Contract of Indemnity, Guarantee and Insurance 
8.  Contract of Agency 
9. Sale of Goods & Hire Purchase 
10.  Formation & Dissolution of Partnership 
11.  Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 
12. Arbitration & Conciliation Act, 1996 
13.  Information Technology Law 
14.  Competition Law - Alternate Dispute Resolution  
15.  Pririty of Contract 
16.  Paitent (Amendment) Act, 2005 
17.  RTI Act, 2005 
4. Contemporary Legal Developments 
1.  Public Interest Litigation 
2.  Environment Law 
3.  Alternate dispute Resolution 
Previous Years Question Paper 
Legal Terms for IAS Mains of Law
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