PCS (J) Notes

  • Evidence

    PCS (J) Notes: Law of Evidence, Sec 25, Confession to police officer not to be proved

    The principle behind it is to avoid the danger of admitting a false confession. A police officer on receiving information…

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  • Constitution

    PCS (J) Notes: Constitutional Law, Art 19, freedom of speech with relevant case laws

    Right to Freedom Listen to the audio clip for Easy Learning Protection of certain rights regarding freedom of speech, etc.—…

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  • Constitution

    PCS (J) Notes: Constitutional Law, Right to Equality with case laws

    Right to Equality Listen to the audio clip for Easy Learning —————————————————————————– Article 14. Equality before law.— The State shall…

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  • Constitution

    PCS (J) Notes: Constitutional Law, Article 13 with relevant case laws

    Laws inconsistent with or in derogation of the fundamental rights.— (1) All laws in force in the territory of India…

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  • Constitution

    PCS (J) Notes: Constitutional Law, Article 12, State

    Article 12, State Listen to the audio clip for Easy Learning ———————————————————————————– General Definition.— In this part, unless the context…

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  • CrPC

    JURISDICTION OF VARIOUS COURTS IN INDIA

      High Court   Sec 28(1) of CrPc 1973 talks about the Jurisdiction of High Court All type of offences…

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  • Constitution

    PCS (J): Constitutional Law, National Emergency

    National Emergency (Article 352 – 355) Listen to audio clip for Easy Learning One of the chief characteristics of Indian…

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  • Indian Penal Code

    Concept of FIR and Zero FIR

    Introduction The term F.I.R. (First Information Report) is a technical description of the report made out under Sec. 154, giving…

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