tesTopper presents one of the most sought course for current assistant professor vacancy in Law in Uttar Pradesh Degree Colleges including Government Degree College by UPPSC.

Course Contents

tesTopper presents one of the most sought course for current assistant professor vacancy in Law in Uttar Pradesh Degree Colleges including Government Degree College by UPPSC. To become a UPHESC ASSISTANT PROFESSOR in Law, aspirants needs to go through the skill test in subject and high scorers will have 100% chances of selection for the post. This course will give you;
  1. Complete Syllabus Video Plus Text Lectures
  2. At Least 15 All UP Mock Tests for UPHESC ASSISTANT PROFESSOR in Law Exam pattern
  3. Doubt Clearing Sessions and Extra Classes for Needy Students
  4. More Than 200 Lectures Plus 10000 Objective Questions to practice

Syllabus of UPHESC ASSISTANT PROFESSOR in Law Vacancy 2021

Unit – I : Constitutional Law  Essential Features of Indian Constitution. Distribution of Legislative Powers between Union and States. Fundamental Rights, Fundamental Duties and Directive Principles of State Policy. Judiciary Parliament and State Legislatures Amending Process of the Constitution. Unit – II : Administrative Law  Nature, Scope and Importance of Administrative Law. Principles of Natural Justice. Administrative Discretion and its control. Judicial Review of Administrative Action-Writ Jurisdiction. Lokpal and Lokayukta. Unit – III : Jurisprudence The Nature and Definition of Jurisprudence School of Jurisprudence : Analytical School (Austin) Pure Theory law (Kelsen) Historical School (Savigny and Maine) Socogical School (Roscoe Pound) Nature and Sources of Law. Legal Concepts : Right, Duty, Ownership, Possession and Person Judicial. Process : Application of Doctrine of Precedent in India. Law and Morality. Unit – IV : General Principles of Criminal Law General Principles of Criminal Law-meaning, nature, essentials and stages of offence. Joint Liability; Abetment and Criminal Conspiracy. Offences against Human Body. Offences against Property. Defamation Definition and Nature of Cyber Crime under Information Technology Act, 2000 Different kinds of Cyber Crimes under Information Technology Act, 2000 Unit – V : International Law Nature of International Law and its sources. Concept of sovereignty and its relevance today. Recognition of State and Governments. Extradition, Asylum, Nationality and Status of Refugees. International Court of Justice. Human Rights-Concept and Development Global Trade Regime under International Law. Unit – VI : Personal (Family Law) Hindu Law & Muslim Law  Marriage Divorce Adoption and Guardianship Maintenance Matrimonial Remedies Uniform Civil Code Unit – VII : Law of Torts  Nature and definition of Tort. General Principles of Tortious Liability. Specific Torts- Negligence, Nuisance and Defamation. Absolute Liability- Emerging trends in India. Unit – VIII : Contract Law Essentials of a valid contract. Offer, acceptance and consideration. Elements vitiating contract- Mistake, fraud, misrepresentation, public policy, coercion, undue influence, Frustration of contract. Remedies for breach of contract. Unit – IX : Lok Adalat  Lok Adalat under Legal Services Authority Act, 1987 Organization and Jurisdiction of Lok Adalat Power of Lok Adalat Functions of Lok Adalat Unit – X : Environmental Law Salient Features of the Environment (Protection) Act, 1986 Wild life (Protection) Act, 1972 and Forest Conservation Act, 1980.

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Taught By
Rahul Thakur
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Law and Legal Aptitude
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Law
Advocate
Courses Taught
2
Ratings
4.7/5
Total Students
245

Class Lectures

    • Chapter 1 – Essential Features of Indian Constitution Details Unlimited
    • Chapter 2 – Distribution of Legislative Powers between Union and States Details Unlimited
    • Chapter 3 – Fundamental Rights, Fundamental Duties and Directive Principles of State Policy Details Unlimited
    • Chapter 4 – Judiciary Details Unlimited
    • Chapter 5 – Parliament and State Legislatures Details Unlimited
    • Chapter 6 – Amending Process of the Constitution Details Unlimited
    • Chapter 1 – Nature, Scope and Importance of Administrative Law Details Unlimited
    • Chapter 2 – Principles of Natural Justice Details Unlimited
    • Chapter 3 – Administrative Discretion and its control Details Unlimited
    • Chapter 4 – Judicial Review of Administrative Action-Writ Jurisdiction Details Unlimited
    • Chapter 5 – Lokpal and Lokayukta Details Unlimited
    • Chapter 1 – The Nature and Definition of Jurisprudence Details Unlimited
    • Chapter 2 – School of Jurisprudence : Analytical School (Austin) Details Unlimited
    • Chapter 3 – Pure Theory law (Kelsen) Details Unlimited
    • Chapter 4 – Historical School (Savigny and Maine) Details Unlimited
    • Chapter 5 – Socogical School (Roscoe Pound) Details Unlimited
    • Chapter 6 – Nature and Sources of Law Details Unlimited
    • Chapter 7 – Legal Concepts : Right, Duty, Ownership, Possession and Person Details Unlimited
    • Chapter 8 – Judicial. Process : Application of Doctrine of Precedent in India Details Unlimited
    • Chapter 9 – Law and Morality Details Unlimited
    • Chapter 1 – General Principles of Criminal Law-meaning, nature, essentials and stages of offence Details Unlimited
    • Chapter 2 – Joint Liability; Abetment and Criminal Conspiracy Details Unlimited
    • Chapter 3 – Offences against Human Body Details Unlimited
    • Chapter 4 – Offences against Property Details Unlimited
    • Chapter 5 – Defamation Details Unlimited
    • Chapter 6 – Definition and Nature of Cyber Crime under Information Technology Act, 2000 Details Unlimited
    • Chapter 7 – Different kinds of Cyber Crimes under Information Technology Act, 2000 Details Unlimited
    • Chapter 1 – Nature of International Law and its sources Details Unlimited
    • Chapter 2 – Concept of sovereignty and its relevance today Details Unlimited
    • Chapter 3 – Recognition of State and Governments Details Unlimited
    • Chapter 4 – Extradition, Asylum, Nationality and Status of Refugees Details Unlimited
    • Chapter 5 – International Court of Justice Details Unlimited
    • Chapter 6 – Human Rights-Concept and Development Details Unlimited
    • Chapter 7 – Global Trade Regime under International Law Details Unlimited
    • Chapter 1 – Marriage Details Unlimited
    • Chapter 2 – Divorce Details Unlimited
    • Chapter 3 – Adoption and Guardianship Details Unlimited
    • Chapter 4 – Maintenance Details Unlimited
    • Chapter 5 – Matrimonial Remedies Details Unlimited
    • Chapter 6 – Uniform Civil Code Details Unlimited
    • Chapter 1 – Nature and definition of Tort Details Unlimited
    • Chapter 2 – General Principles of Tortious Liability Details Unlimited
    • Chapter 3 – Specific Torts- Negligence, Nuisance and Defamation Details Unlimited
    • Chapter 4 – Absolute Liability- Emerging trends in India Details Unlimited
    • Chapter 1 – Essentials of a valid contract Details Unlimited
    • Chapter 2 – Offer, acceptance and consideration Details Unlimited
    • Chapter 3 – Elements vitiating contract- Mistake, fraud, misrepresentation, public policy, coercion, undue influence Details Unlimited
    • Chapter 4 – Frustration of contract Details Unlimited
    • Chapter 5 – Remedies for breach of contract Details Unlimited
    • Chapter 1 – Lok Adalat under Legal Services Authority Act, 1987 Details Unlimited
    • Chapter 2 – Organization and Jurisdiction of Lok Adalat Details Unlimited
    • Chapter 3 – Power of Lok Adalat Details Unlimited
    • Chapter 4 – Functions of Lok Adalat Details Unlimited
    • Chapter 1 – Salient Features of the Environment (Protection) Act, 1986 Details Unlimited
    • Chapter 2 – Wild life (Protection) Act, 1972 and Forest Conservation Act, 1980 Details Unlimited

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