(Syllabus) RPSC: Syllabus For Post of College Lecturer: Law

Rajasthan Public Service Commission

Syllabus For Post of College Lecturer: Law

UNIT-I : Jurisprudence and Public Law :

(a) Jurisprudence - Meaning, Nature, Scope, Sources, Schools and Concepts.
(b) Constitutional Law - Preamble, fundamental Rights and Duties, Directive principles, President and his powers, The Union & the State Judiciary, Legislative Relations between the Union and the States, Services under the Union and States, Emergency provisions and amendment of the Constitution.
(c) Administrative Law - Nature and Growth, principles of Natural Justice, Judicial Review, administrative Tribunals, Delegated legislation, Lokayukta and Lokpal.

UNIT-II : Public International; Law, Human Rights and Environmental Law :

(a) Public International Law - Nature and Sources of international Law, Relations between International Law and Municipal Law, subjects of International Law, acquisition and loss of territory - Recognition, Extradition, Asylum, State Succession, Intervention, diplomatic Relations, Treaties, United Nations Organisation and its organs.
(b) Human Rights - Nature, Concept, Origin and Development, Classification, protection of Human Rights under the constitution and other Laws, enforcement of Human Rights - The protection of Human Rights Act, 1993.
(c) Environmental Law - The Environment (Protection) Act, 1986; The AIR (Prevention & Control of Pollution) Act, 1981, The water (Prevention & Control of Pollution) Act, 1974, the Rajasthan Noise Control Act, 1963.

UNIT-III : Mercantile and Property Law :

(a) Law of Contract - General principles of law of contract (sections 1 to 75 of Indian Contract Act, 1872), Law of Sale of Goods, Law of Partnership.
(b) Law of Transfer of Property - General principles of transfer of property (Section 1 to 53 A of the Transfer of Property Act, 1882), Sale, Mortgage, Lease, Exchange and Gifts.
(c) Intellectual Property Law - The Patents Act, 1970, The copyrights Act, 1957, The Trade Marks Act, 1999.

UNIT-IV : Law of Torts and Crimes :

(a) Torts - Nature, General exceptions, Negligence, Nuisance, Defamation, Vicarious Liability, State liability and strict liability.
(b) Law of Crimes - General exceptions, conspiracy, sedition, offences affecting public peace, offences affecting human body, offences against property and attempts.
(c) Law of Evidence - Preliminary, relevancy of facts, Admission and Confession, Oral and documentary Evidence, Burden of Proof and Estoppel.

UNIT-V : Family and Interpretation of Statues :

(a) Law relating to Marriage, Divorce, Adoption, Maintenance, Guardianship & Succession under the Hindu Law.
(b) Law relating to Marriage, Dower, Divorce, Hiba, Will and Wakf under Muslim Law.
(c) Interpretation of Statutes - Meaning, Principles, Aids and Maxims.

Note :- Pattern of Question Paper

  1. Objective type paper
  2. Maximum Marks : 100
  3. Number of Questions : 100
  4. Duration of Paper : Two Hours
  5. All questions carry equal marks.
  6. There will be Negative Marking.

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