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Multiple-Choice Questions on Major Acts (For all competitive exams for legal professionals)

Multiple-Choice Questions on Major Acts (For all competitive exams for legal professionals)

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  • Brand: Thomson Reuters
  • Edition: Ed 2020
  • ISBN 13 9789389891607
  • Approx. Pages 255 + contents
  • Format Paperback
  • Approx. Product Size 24 x 16 cms
  • Delivery Time Normally 7-9 working days
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Description

• MCQs on CrPC, IPC, CPC and Evidence Act
• MCQs on the most important provisions from a practical perspective
• Compiled by a professional having experience of preparing papers.
Success in any competitive examination depends upon many factors including preparation strategy, guidance, hard work, persistence and, most of all, the ability to foresee what may be expected from the examiner. While each subject has many topics and aspects, it is always important to distinguish between the relevant and the irrelevant from the examiner's perspective. This applies to both objective/ multiple-choice examinations as well as subjective examinations. Bharat P.Maheswari has compiled multiple-choice questions on selected, relevant and important topics of major laws. Competitive examination papers are designed not only by professors and academicians but also by practitioners/serving professionals. The questions included in Multiple Choice Questions on Major Acts have been framed keeping both approaches in view. This compilation of questions on major laws which are common in most competitive examinations relating to legal profession will serve as a guide to all aspirants.
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Table of Contents
* Code of Criminal Procedure,1973
* Indian Penal Code, 1860
* Indian Evidence Act, 1872
* Civil Procedure Code, 1908
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Author Details
BHARAT P. MAHESWARI, retired District and Session Judge of Madhya Pradesh Judicial Services, joined the judicial services in 1981 as Civil Judge. During his tenure as a judge for more than 34 years, he has worked in various capacities including Principal District Judge; Principal Registrar, High Court of Madhya Pradesh (Indore Beach); and Additional Welfare Commissioner, Bhopal Gas Victims Compensation Commission. Recognised as one of the most committed and academically sound judges of the Madhya Pradesh Judicial Services, Maheswari has set examination papers for judicial services. Post retirement in 2015, he is now Law Officer to the Hon'ble Governor of Madhya Pradesh. He is the author of A Working Digest on Law of Evidence and A Working Digest on Indian Penal Code. He is currently lives in Bhopal.
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