Prepare for UGC Law examination with our free mock test.
This UGC NET exam is divided into two parts (i.e) Part I and Part II. You need to qualify in both papers to pass the UGC NET Law exam.
|Test Duration||120 minutes|
|Marks per question||2|
|Constitutional Law of India||Understanding how the preeminent law of India sets out the system characterizing major political standards, sets up the structure, techniques, forces and obligations of government organizations and sets out crucial rights, order standards and the obligations of residents.|
|Public International Law||Study of the laws, guidelines, and standards of general application that allocates with the conduct of country states and global associations among themselves and the connections between country states and universal associations with people, regardless of whether natural or juridical.|
|Legal Theory||Study of essential hypothetical issues concerning law. These issues incorporate the nature and capacity of law in present day social orders, the nature of residents' commitments under law, the nature of lawful thinking and the elucidation of legitimate writings, the connection between law, power, equity and vote based system.|
|Family Law||Study of the law that deals with family matters and household relations.|
|Law of Torts||Study of a generally new customary law advancement supplemented by systematizing statutes including statutes overseeing harms.|
|Law of Contracts||Investigate the willful course of action between at least two parties that is enforceable by law as a coupling lawful assertion.|
|Law of Crimes||Study of laws that apply to criminal acts.|
|Labour Law||Understanding how Indian governments at elected and state level have looked to guarantee a high level of security for laborers.|