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R. Gupta's Popular Master Guide CBSE UGC-NET Law (Paper II & III) (Concise Study Material with Solved Previous Year Papers)

R. Gupta's Popular Master Guide CBSE UGC-NET Law (Paper II & III) (Concise Study Material with Solved Previous Year Papers)

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Description
This unique mentoring book on Law is based on the latest pattern of CBSE UGC-NET for JRF and Assistant Professor positions. It is equally useful for State Eligibility Test (SET) also. To enable you to be well-conversant with the subject-matter and the exam-pattern, the book is well-equipped with Adequate Study Material and Solved Previous Year Papers.
Well-designed, reader-friendly study material and ample amount of Multiple Choice Question-Answers are provided in the book for the purpose of your Study and Reference. Intensive Practice ol Actual Exam Questions & numerous other important questions, mostly taken from earlier exam-papers, will immensely help you Sharpen your Problem Solving Skills and face the test Confidently.
This book specially covers the following sections at appropriate length along with exhaustive exercises:
Constitutional Law of India; Jurisprudence; Public International Law; Family Law; Law of Contract, Law of Torts; Law of Crimes; Labour Law; Environ¬mental Law; Commercial Law.
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Contents
Previous Paper (Solved), June 2014
Previous Paper (Solved), December 2013
Previous Paper (Solved),  June 2013
1. Constitutional Law of India
Introduction; The Union and its Territory; Citizenship; Fundamental Rights; Writs; Directive Principles of State Policy; Fundamental Duties; The President and the Union Executive; Exercise; Answers.
2. Jurisprudence
Nature & Definition; Rights and Duties; Alien Buchanan; Legal Person; Corporate Personality; Possession; Ihering's Theory; Kinds of Possession; Exercise; Answers.
3. Public International Law
Nature and Definition of International Law; Nature of International Law; Theories of International Law; Sources of International Law; International Custom; International Treaties; Recognition of States and Government; Forms of Recognition; Modes of Recognition; Retroactivity of Recognition; The United Nations; The General Assembly; The Security Council; International Trusteeship System; The Trusteeship Council; Subsidiary Organisations; Exercise; Answers.
4. Family Law 
Hindu Law; Exercise; Answers.
5. Law Of Contract— General Principles
Introduction; Exceptions; Exercise; Answers.
6. Law of Torts
Introduction; Definition of Tort; Essentials of a Tort; Characteristics of the Tort; Intention in Tons; Remedies of Torts; General Defences; Discharge of Torts; Capacity; Tortious Liability; Some Torts; Immovable Property Related Torts; Consumer Protection—History, Concept, Object and Other Related Aspects of Legislation; The Central Consumer Protection Council; The State Consumer Protection Councils; The District Consumer Protection Council; The District Consumer Dispute Redressal Forum; The State Consumer Dispute Redressal Agencies; The National Commission; Exercise; Answers.
7. Law of Crimes—General Principles
Introduction; Punishments; Commutation of Sentence; Fine, Imprisonment and Recovery Thereof; Solitary Confinement; General Exceptions; Private Defence; Abetment; Criminal Conspiracy, Waging War Against The Government of India and Sedition; Offences Relating to the army, Navy and Air Forces; Offences Against the Public Tranquillity; Causing Provocation, Promoting Enmity Between Different Groups, Punishment Thereof and Vicarious Liability; Offences by or Relating to Public Servants; Contempts of the Lawful Authority of Public Servants; False Evidence and Offences Against Public Justice; Harbouring Offender; Causing Miscarriage, Injuries to Unborn Children Exposure of
Infants and Concealment of Births; Hurt; Wrongful Restraint and Wrongful Confinement; Criminal Force and Assault; Kidnapping, Abduction, Slavery and Forced Labour; Sexual and Unnatural Offences; Offences Against Property; Criminal Misappropriation of Property, Breach of Trust and Receiving of Stolen Property; Cheating, Fraudulent Deeds, Disposition of Property and Mischief; Criminal Trespass; Offences Relating to Documents, Property Marks; Currency Notes and Bank Notes; Currency-Notes and Rank-Notes; Criminal Breach of Contracts of Service; Offences Relating to Marriage Including Cruelty by Husband or His Relatives; Defamation; Criminal Intimidation, linsult and Annoyance; Attempts to Commit Offinces; Exercise; Answers.
8. Labour Law
Industry, Industrial Dispute and Workman—Industry; Definition of Industry; Workman; Lay-off, Retrenchment and Closure—Definition and Essentials of Lay-off; Retrenchment; Closure; Strike and Lockout as Instrument of Collective Bargaining—Strike; Types of Strike; Right to Strike; Lock-out; Trade Union-Rights and Immunities of Registered Trade Union, Registration and its Advantages—Trade Union Act, 1926; Rights and Immunities of Registered Trade Union; Methods for Settlement of Industrial Dispute Under Industrial Dispute Act, 1947—Statutory Machinery; Duties of Authorities; Procedure for Conducting Domestic Enquiry; Discharge or Punishment Whether by Dismissal or Otherwise; Misconduct; Definitions; The Schedule; Unfair Labour Practices—The Fifth Schedule (See Section 2(Ra); Exercise; Answers.
9. Environmental Law
Environmental Law-Environmental Law; Environment Pollution-Meaning; Factors Responsible for Environment Pollution; Evolution of the Fundamental Right to Live in a Healthy Environment in India; Remedies for Environmental Protection-Civil, Criminal and Constitutional—Directive Principles of State Policy; Environmental Input Assessment and Control of Hazardous Wastes—Environmental Statutes - Need for Amendments; Pollution in India-Air and Water Pollution—The Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1974; The Noise Pollution (Regulation and Control) Rules. 2000; General Protction of Environment—The Environment (Protection) Act, 1986; National Environment Appellate Authority; Jurisdiction and Powers; Importance of Forest and Wildlife Protecting Environment—Protection of Forest, Wildlife & Bio-diversity; Costitiitional Status: Forest Policy; Conservation of Biodiversity; Exercise; Answers.
10.  Commercial Law 
Indian Partnership Act, 1932—Introduction; Mode of Determining Existence of Partnership; General Duties of Partners; The Conduct of the Business; Mutual Rights and Liabilities; Rights and Duties of Partners; Transfer of Interest by a Partner; Dissolution of a Firm; Appointment of Registrars; The Sale of Goods Act, 193(1— Introduction; Sale of Unascertained Goods and Appropriation; The Negotiable Instrument Act, IHH2—Holder & Holder 'in Due Course; Discharge from Liability; Dishonour of a Cheque; Crossing of Cheques; Company Law-Introduction and Definition—Definition of Company; Registered and Unregistered Company—Kinds of Registered Companies on the Kasis of Number of Members; Ultra Vires and Doctrine of Indoor Management; Role of Directors— Introduction; Share Qualification; Winding Up—Modes of Winding up; Exercise; Answers.
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