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    Posted on January 10th, 2021 in Law, Main Exam
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    Law Optional Booklist – For IAS Mains Examination.

    Previously, Law was a less popular optional. But now it has been consistently attaining the attention of aspirants over in the last couple of years.Continue Reading Law Optional Booklist – For IAS Mains Examination.

    The successful candidates have those who had law as their optional, have unequivocally prescribed Law to all law graduates, and non-law graduates. But the graduates from the non-law background may consider the fact that the Law optional has a considerably more extensive syllabus than other optional subjects.

    Law optional Paper- I consist of Constitutional Law, Administrative law, and International Law. Law Paper-II comprises the Law of Contracts, the Law of Torts, Contemporary Legal Developments and the Law of Crimes.

    Books for Law Optional Paper I

    Paper 1 of the Law optional has conceptual parts and less technical. This paper consists of two separate segment Constitutional Laws, Administrative Law and International Law. To tackle Paper I of Law optional aspirant should need some essential books for reference.

    International Law- S. K Kapoor Our Constitution – Subhash C. Kashyap
    The Constitution of India (Bare Act) – PM Bakshi An Introduction to Public International Law – S. K. Verma
    Introduction to the Constitution of India – D.D Basu Constitution of India- VN Shukla
    International Law – Malcolm N Shaw Administrative Law – I.P. Massey

    Books for Law Optional Paper-II

    Law optional Paper-II ideals with hardcore laws and more technical. It consists of two segments as Paper I. They are:

    1. Section A – Law of Torts and Law of Crimes
    2. Section B – Mercantile Law, Law of Contracts, and Contemporary Legal Developments

    The books are given in the table below:

    Indian Penal Code- KD Gaur Mercantile Law – R.K. Bangia
    Jurisprudence – P.K. Tripathi and Dias Criminal Law – P. S. Atchuthen Pillai.
    Indian Penal Code-Ratanlal and Dhirajlal Principles of Mercantile Law- Avtar Singh
    Law of Tort – Autochthon Pillai Indian Contract Act Specific Relief Act- Pollock & Mulla

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