NET BOOSTER I (Law) 2019

CBSE/UGC National Eligibility Test (NET)

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Course Structure

          The Curriculum Section of this Course covers the following Content :

  • 25 Units of Theory [PAPER I, II (10+15 respectively)]

Module 1: UGC NET - THEORETICAL COURSE - General Paper on Teaching and Research Aptitude (Paper-I)

Module 2: UGC NET - THEORETICAL COURSE without Paper - I (Law)

  • Subject: Law
    • Section : Paper - II

        Lecture 1: Constitutional Law of India

        Lecture 2: Legal Theory


        Lecture 1: Public International Law

        Lecture 2: Family Law


        Lecture 1: Application and Commencement of Indian Contract Act, 1872

        Lecture 2: Types of Contracts

        Lecture 3: Standard Form of Contract

        Lecture 4: Meaning and Nature of Contract

        Lecture 5: Essentials of a valid Contract, Offer, Acceptance and Consideration

        Lecture 6: Elements Vitiating Contract

        Lecture 7: Contingent Contract

        Lecture 8: Quasi Contracts (Sec 68 - 72)

        Lecture 9: Discharge of Contracts

        Lecture 10: Remedies for Breach of Contract

      • Unit 4: LAW OF TORTS

        Lecture 1: Foundation of Tortious Liability

        Lecture 2: General Defences to an action of Torts

        Lecture 3: Vicarious Liability

        Lecture 4: Contributory Negligence

        Lecture 5: Strict Liability and Absolute Liability

        Lecture 6: Remoteness of Damages


        Lecture 1: Nature and Definition of Crime

        Lecture 2: Fundamental Elements of Crime

        Lecture 3: Stages of a Crime

        Lecture 4: General Exceptions

        Lecture 5: Abetment (107-120)

        Lecture 6: Criminal Conspiracy

        Lecture 7: Common Intention and Common Object

        Lecture 8: Offences against Women

      • Unit 6: LABOUR LAW

        Lecture 1: Introduction

        Lecture 2: Industrial Dispute [Sec. 2(k) of Industrial Dispute Act, 1947]

        Lecture 3: Workman [Sec 2(s) of Industrial Dispute Act, 1947]

        Lecture 4: Strike and Lock-Out

        Lecture 5: Retrenchment (Sec. 2(oo) of Industrial Act, 1947)

        Lecture 6: Methods for Settlement of Industrial Dispute

        Lecture 7: TRADE UNION [Sec. 2(h) of Trade Union Act, 1926]

      • Unit 7: CONSTITUTION

        Lecture 1: Essential features of Indian Constitution

        Lecture 2: Distribution of legislative powers between Union and States

        Lecture 3: Fundamental Rights

        Lecture 4: Directive Principles

        Lecture 5: Fundamental Duty

        Lecture 6: Union Judiciary - The Supreme Court

        Lecture 7: State Judiciary - The High Court

        Lecture 8: Parliament

        Lecture 9: State Legislature

        Lecture 10: Amendment of the Constitution

        Lecture 11: Role of Electron Commission in Democratic Process


        Lecture 1: Nature of Administrative Law

        Lecture 2: Scope and Importance of the Administrative Law

        Lecture 3: Definition of Administrative Law

        Lecture 4: Principles of Natural Justice

        Lecture 5: Administrative Discretion and its Control

        Lecture 6: Judicial Control of Administrative Discretion

        Lecture 7: Judicial Review of Administrative Action - through Writs

        Lecture 8: Lokpal and Lokayukta

      • Unit 9: LEGAL THEORY

        Lecture 1: Nature of Law

        Lecture 2: Purpose and Function of Law

        Lecture 3: Sources of Law

        Lecture 4: Legislation

        Lecture 5: Custom

        Lecture 6: Precedent

        Lecture 7: Legal Concepts

        Lecture 8: Doctrine of Precedent in India

        Lecture 9: The Application of the Doctrine

        Lecture 10: Judicial Contribution in Bringing Social Changes

        Lecture 11: Law and Morality

      • Unit 10: LAW OF CRIMES : ADVANCED

        Lecture 1: General Principles of Criminal Law

        Lecture 2: Criminal Conspiracy

        Lecture 3: Common Intention and Common Object

        Lecture 4: Offence Against Human Body

        Lecture 5: Offence Against Property

      • Unit 11: ENVIRONMENTAL LAW

        Lecture 1: Meaning and Definition of Environment

        Lecture 2: Environmental Pollution

        Lecture 3: Kinds of Pollution

        Lecture 4: Legislative Measures for Prevention, Control and Protection of Environment

        Lecture 5: Precautionary and Polluter Pays Principle

        Lecture 6: Important Case Laws in Environment Law

        Lecture 7: International Development for Protection of Environmental Pollution

        Lecture 8: Remedies for Environmental Protection - Civil, Criminal and Constitutional


        Lecture 1: Public International Law

        Lecture 2: Family Law

      • Unit 13: HUMAN RIGHTS

        Lecture 1: Concept, Nature and Classification of Human Rights

        Lecture 2: Evolution of Concept of Human Right

        Lecture 3: Universal Declaration of Human Rights

        Lecture 4: Role of the National Human Rights Commission of India in Protection of Human Rights

        Lecture 5: Protection of Marginalised Groups-Women, Children, Minorities and Refugees

      • Unit 14: LAW OF TORTS : ADVANCED

        Lecture 1: Nature and Definition of Torts

        Lecture 2: Foundation of Tortious Liability

        Lecture 3: Specific Torts - Negligence, Nuisance and Defamation

        Lecture 4: Rule of Absolute Liability

        Lecture 5: Consumer Protection, Rights, Redressal and Grievances

      • Unit 15: PARTNERSHIP

        Lecture 1: The Indian Partnership Act

        Lecture 2: Sales of Goods Act, 1930

        Lecture 3: Company Law

        Lecture 4: Negotiable Instrument Act

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