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UGC NET Law: Syllabus, Exam Pattern & Sample Questions

Are you searching for the syllabus of UGC NET Law? Here you will get the latest syllabus for the National Eligibility Test (UGC-NET) exam. It will surely help you in the effective preparation of NET Law exam (Paper II, Paper III-A & Paper III-B). CBSE NET Law exam will be conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). The syllabus given below is based on the latest pattern of the University Grants Commission (UGC) - Law curriculum. We suggest you to check our free online mock tests for UGC NET examinations.

We have listed some of the frequently asked questions (FAQs), asked by the UGC NET (Law) candidates, so that they will get a basic idea of NET (Law) exam pattern.

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UGC NET Law Syllabus: Paper II, Paper III (Part - A)

  1. Paper II (1)
  2. Paper II (2)
  3. Paper II (3)
  4. Paper II (4)
  5. Paper II (5)
  6. Paper II (6)
  7. Paper II (7)
  8. Paper II (8)

UGC NET Law Syllabus: Paper III (Part-B)

  1. Unit - I
  2. Unit - II
  3. Unit - III
  4. Unit - IV
  5. Unit - V
  6. Unit - VI
  7. Unit - VII
  8. Unit - VIII
  9. Unit - IX
  10. Unit - X

UGC NET Law Paper II, Paper III-A: Detailed Syllabus

Given below is the list of unit wise syllabus for paper II & III (Part A).

1. Constitutional Law of India :

2. Legal Theory :

3. Public International Law :

4. Family Law :

5. Law of Contracts : General Principles

6. Law of Torts :

7. Law of Crimes : General Principles

8. Labour Law :

UGC NET Law (Paper III-B): Detailed Syllabus

Given below is the list of (Elective / Optional) unit wise syllabus for paper III (Part B).

Unit - I :

Unit - II :

Unit - III :

Unit - IV :

Unit - V :

Unit - VI :

Unit - VII :

Unit - VIII :

Unit - IX :

Unit - X :

UGC NET Law: Exam Pattern (FAQs)

Is it mandatory to qualify UGC General Paper-1?
Yes, it is necessary for all UGC (Law) candidates to pass UGC General Paper-1: Teaching & Research Aptitude (TRA) exam
How many question papers are there in the UGC NET (Law) exam?
Two: Paper II and Paper III
How many questions will be their in NET Law (Paper II)?
Their will be a total of 50 questions in UGC Law Paper II
What type of questions are asked in UGC Law exam?
Paper-II contains questions of objective nature: MCQs; Matching type; Assertion-Reasoning; True / False. Paper-III (Part A): Essay type questions. Paper III (Part B): Essay type questions from each of the electives

UGC NET Law - Paper II: Sample Questions

Read Assertion (A) and Reason (R) and with the help of codes given below, point out the correct explanation:

Codes:
  1. Both A and R are true and R good explanatory of A
  2. Both A and R are true but is not a correct explanatory of A.
  3. A is true but R is false
  4. A is false but R is true

The author of social engineering is

  1. John Austin
  2. HLA Hart
  3. Roscoe pound
  4. John salmond

Jus cogens means

  1. Securing justice
  2. UN peacekeeping force
  3. Place where International Court of Justice is located
  4. A peremptory principle of international laws

UGC NET Law - Paper III (Part A): Sample Questions

  1. How would you Reconcile the desire for privacy and the need for exposure of public men? Discuss with reference to the constitutional provisions relating to right to privacy.
  2. 'Secularism is many a time misused as non religious.' Explain the concept in the light of freedom of religion.

UGC NET Law - Paper III (Part B): Sample Questions

  1. Discuss briefly the principles of natural justice applicable to administrative decision making with the help of decided cases.
  2. 'Divorce provisions under the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 are generally referred to as matrimonial remedies and get those lead only to divorce.' Discuss.
  3. Critically examine the role of consideration in the making of a contract under the English and Indian law.

Note You can easily download UGC NET (Law) syllabus in PDF format form the official website of the University Grants Commission (UGC) by simply clicking on the subject (Law) link on the UGC syllabus page.

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