What is Legal History? Importance and Evolution of Legal History; Impact and how modern polity has been framed and is developing; Suggestion to watch 'Samvidhan' in YouTube
Introduction to Indian Constitution and salient features
Legal History and Constitution of India. Part-III Fundamental Rights and Part-IV Directive Principle of State Policy.
MEANING , NATURE, DEFINATION AND IMPORTANCE OF ENVIRONMENT
Conventional Sources and Renewable Sources , Impact of Conventional Sources on Environment , Benefits of utilizing Renewable Sources
Torts - Judicial trends
Introduction and Overview of Consumer Protection Act
1. Protecting consumer rights 2. Consumer disputes redressal forums
RISE OF CONSUMERISM IN INDIA AND JUDICIAL TREND WITH CONTEMPORARY DEVELOPMENTS
Motor Vehicle Claim & Compensation, Insurance of Motor Vehicle against Third Party Risks
Defences and Burden of Proof.
Management of Self, Management of our emotions and Managing others.
1) Functional Grammar: Parts of Speech,Tenses, Articles, Homophones & Homonyms, Reading Comprehension: How to read and comprehend the text, Letter Writing: Types of Letters and Tips for writing letters effectively, One Word Substitution: Its importance and usage, Legal Maxims: Its importance and usage
Meaning, Types and Directions to Communication, Approaches to Communication ,Barrier to Communication ,Communication Process ,Channel of Communication
Understanding of Self and Emotions: Know your- self, Understanding emotions, Understanding Boundaries
LEGAL REASONING:Definition and Components of legal reasoning
Modes of Legal Reasoning
Legal Reasoning: Deductive and Inductive method
Different Approaches of Legal Counselling - Legal Aid
Law as an Instrument Of Social Change covering clinical legal mode of teaching law,law as a social engineering,law as a means to an end.
Counseling the client - Counseling is all about giving such information which a client would like to know regarding his legal problem/case. Client may require such information to take some decision about the course of action he/she may like to take in future.
1. INTRODUCTION TO CONTRACT, 2. DEFINITIONS, 3. RELEVANCE 4. UTILITY IN DAILY LIFE, 5. ASSESSMENT
Essential for a valid contract. Sec 10 of Indian contract act 1872., 1. Consideration 2. Capacity to contract. 3. Free consent 4. Object of contract. 5. Contract must be certai 6. Contract must be capable of performance
Competancy to Contract
Law of crimes: Definition, stages and elements of crime, abetment of crime, Private Defence
General Defences under Indian Penal Code. Defences of Insanity, Infancy, Mistake of Fact, Consent, Private Defence.
Crimes against animals