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Law Syllabus

PAPER-I

Unit–I: Jurisprudence
(1) Schools of Jurisprudence
(a) Analytical School
(b) Historical School
(c) Philosophical School
(d) Sociological School
(2) Sources of Law
(a) Custom
(b) Precedent
(c) Legislation
(3) Concepts of Law
(a) Right and Duty
(b) Legal Person
(c) Ownership and Possession
Unit–II: Constitutional Law of India
(1) Fundamental Rights
(2) Fundamental Duties
(3) Writs
Unit–III: Marxist Theory of State and Law
(1) Class Character of Law
(2) Class Character of State
(3) Relation of Legal System and Economic System of a Society
Unit–IV: Salient Feature of Himachal Pradesh Land Revenue Act, 1954.

PAPER-II

Unit–I: Indian Contract Act 1972
(1) General Principles of Law of Contract (Sections 1 to 75)
Unit–II: Law of Crimes
(1) General Exceptions (Sections 76 to 106)
(2) Offences against Public Tranquillity (Sections 141, 142, 146, 149 and 159)
(3) Offences against Human Body (Sections 299, 300, 301, 319, 320,322, 340, 359, 360, 361 and 362)
(4) Offences against Property (Sections 378, 383, 390,. 391, 399, 403, 405, 415, 421 and 441)
(5) Criminal Procedure Code – Chapter X-D Disputes as to Immovable Property (Sections 145, 146, 147 and 148)
Unit–III: Law of Evidence: Indian Evidence Act
(1) Of relevancy of facts (Sections 5 to 55)
(2) Facts which need not be proved (sections 56 to 58)
(3) Of oral evidence (sections 59 and 60)
(4) Of documentary evidence (sections 61 to 90 A)
(5) Of the exclusion of oral by documentary evidence (Sections 91 to 100)
(6) Burden of Proof (Sections 101 to 114–A)
Unit–IV: Law of Torts
(1) Nature and Definition
(2) General Defences
(3) Vicarious Liability of State
(4) Trespass as to the Person and Property (moveable and immovable)
(5) Abuse of Legal Procedure
(6) Negligence, Contributory Negligence and Composite Negligence
(7) Rules of Strict Liability and Absolute Liability
(8) Remedies

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