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The Course is divided into ten major modules that manifest the crucial chapters through which we have tried to deliver a better understanding of the substantial criminal law in India. The Course envelops an in-depth knowledge about the structure of Indian Penal Code which includes contents on criminal liability, abetment, offences against State, body, sexual offences and many more. The interactive structure of the course will make the subject interesting and the course is designed in such a way that it deliberates every diverse concept of the substantial criminal law to its crux. The concepts, definitions and explanations have been simplified to provide a better understanding of the topics covered under the Indian Penal Code. The major objective of providing this course is to give thorough knowledge about the subject to every student in a systematic manner which will be helpful in competitive exams.
Why this Course?
- It covers the entire syllabus.
- Smart description and easy bifurcation of the concepts.
- Easy to understand with the help of graphical elucidations.
- Important cases covered.
- Assessment to test your knowledge.
- General Principles Of Criminal Liability
- Mistake and Judicial Act
- Accident and Necessity
- Infancy and Insanity
- Intoxication and Consent
- Other Defences
- Private Defenses as General Exception
- Offences Against the State (Under Sections 121, 121A, 122, 123 & 124A IPC)
- Offences Promoting Enmity Between Different Groups (Section 153A & section 153B)
- Essentials of Abetment
- Concealing Designs or Plans to commit offences
- Criminal Conspiracy & Crime
- Punishment for Criminal Conspiracy
- Common intention under Section 34
- Common Object under Secion 149
- Culpable Homicide and Murder
- Hurt and Grievous Hurt
- Miscarriage and Abortion
- Wrongful Constraint and Wrongful Confinement
- Criminal Force and Assault
- Kidnapping and Abduction
- Theft and Extortion
- Robbery and Dacoity
- Criminal Misappropriation and Breach of Trust
- Cheating and Mischief
- Crimes against women
- Sexual Offences
- Unnatural Offences & Cruelty
- Mock or invalid Marriage
- Offence of Bigamy
- Introduction and Types
- Exceptions of Defamation
Who should take this course?
The Course has been designed for law students who are intrigued to gain knowledge about the criminal justice system and understand the structure and concepts under the Indian Penal Code. The course is also helpful for those who want to seek a career in criminal law litigation. You could even be a law professional. The course would also be beneficial for you if you are preparing for competitive exams.