Best Book of Law Optional For UPSC Exam
Previously, Law was a less popular optional. But now it has been consistently attaining the attention of aspirants over in the last couple of years. The successful candidates have those who had law as their optional, have unequivocally prescribed Law to all law graduates, and non- law graduates. But the graduates from the non-law background may consider the fact that the Law optional has a considerably more extensive syllabus than other optional subjects.
Law optional Paper- I consist of Constitutional Law, administrative law, and International Law.
Law Paper II comprises, the Law of Contracts, the Law of Torts, Contemporary Legal Developments and the Law of Crimes.
Many aspirants who are preparing for the UPSC Exam they generally preferred some books for clear their exam so here we are provide you some important book list you can prefer for your UPSC mains Exam.
Books for Law optional Paper I
Paper 1 of the Law optional has conceptual parts and less technical. This paper consists of two separate segment Constitutional Laws, Administrative Law and International Law. To tackle Paper I of Law optional aspirant should need some essential books for reference.
- Constitution of India
- Introduction to the Constitution of India – D.D Basu
- Our Constitution – Subhash C. Kashyap
- Administrative Law – I.P. Massey
- The Constitution of India (Bare Act) – PM Bakshi
- Constitution of India- VN Shukla
- An Introduction to Public International Law – S. K. Verma
- International Law- S. K Kapoor
- International Law – Malcolm N Shaw
Books for Law optional Paper II
Law optional Paper II ideals with hardcore laws and more technical. It consists of two segments as paper I. They are:
- Section A – Law of Torts and Law of Crimes
- Section B – Mercantile Law, Law of Contracts, and Contemporary Legal Developments
- Indian Penal Code- KD Gaur
- Indian Penal Code – Autochthon Pillai
- Indian Penal Code-Ratanlal and Dhirajlal
- Mercantile Law – R.K. Bangia
- Principles of Mercantile Law- Avtar Singh
- Indian Contract Act Specific Relief Act- Pollock and mulla
- Law of Tort – Autochthon Pillai
- Jurisprudence – P.K. Tripathi and Dias
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