Law of Crimes

A course deals with the Provision of Indian Penal Code for Law Entrance Exams

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Maintenance of peace and security is important for the society to flourish and for people to live without fear of injury to them. So, the State punishes certain acts which are against the law. Such illegal acts are classified as ‘crimes’. In India, none of the criminal laws define ‘crime’.
A ‘crime’ is an unlawful act or omission, which is an offence against the public and renders the person liable for legal punishment.
Criminal Law in India
There are three primary laws that deal with criminal matters in India. They can be classified into substantive and procedural laws.
A substantive law is one which defines our rights and liabilities. A procedural law is one which provides us the procedure to enforce rights given to us by the substantive law.
The Indian Penal Code (IPC), a substantive law, defines the acts which are crimes and the punishment for such crimes.
The Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC), a procedural law, describes the procedure for prosecution of such crimes in the form of investigation, trial etc.
The Indian Evidence Act describes what material can be used as evidence to prove a fact.

This course is useful for the students who are appearing or Law Entrance Exams like CLAT ,AILET, SLET and DULLB. Students will get elaborate understanding of this topic.


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