English GK
Vocabulary History
– Synonyms & Antonyms – Indian History
– Latin Maxims a. Ancient History
– Foreign Words b. Medieval History
– Spelling Check c. Modern History
– Legal Vocabulary – World History
– Proverbs Indian Polity
– Idioms – Parliamentary System & Related Concepts
– Phrasal Verbs – Local Self Governments
Grammar – Various Constitutional Positions e.g. Schedules, Articles, Lists, etc.
– Direct & Indirect Speech – Fundamental Rights
– Parts of Speech – Fundamental Duties
– Active & Passive Voice – Directive Principles of State Policy
– Affirmative – Negative – Interrogatory – Exclamatory Sentences – Historical Cases
– Simple, Complex & Compound Sentences – Political Parties
– Subject-Predicate – Clauses & Phrases – Lists: Past PMs, CMs, CJIs, Governors
– Modifiers & Conditionals Geography
– Subject Verb Agreement – India
– Tenses a. States & UTs
– Analogy b. Minerals & Resources
– Parallelism c. Physical Forms
– Error Detection & Sentence Correction d. Ports
– Para Jumbles e. Neighboring Countries
– Cloze Test & Sentence Completion – World
Reading Comprehension a. Definition of Physical Features, like Estuaries, Isles, Isthmus, etc.
– Styles & Tones b. Major Landforms
– Main Idea c. Countries & Capitals
– Specific Detail d. Continent-wise relevant facts
– Continued Idea Sports
– Inference & Conclusion – India
– Implied Idea – World
– Method of Argument Science & technology
– Logical Structure – Discoveries & Inventions
– I, II, III Type Questions – Appliances & Uses
  – Vaccines & Medicines
  – Diseases & Symptoms
  Books & Authors
  Awards & Prizes
  National/International Organizations
  Firsts in the World
  Art & Culture



Maths Logic Reasoning
Numbers, HCF & LCM Codes
Time & Work Family Relations
Time & Distance Directions
Linear Equations Groups & Arrangements
Averages & Mean Logical Series
Ratio – Proportion & Variation Logical Puzzles
Alligations & Mixtures Syllogisms
Percentages Ordering of Sentences
Profit & Loss Assumptions
Simple Interest & Compound Interest Conclusions
Clock & Calendar Strengths of Arguments
Mensuration Course of Action
Probability Assertion & Reasoning
Permutation & Combination Degree of Truth & Falsity
Sequence & Series Critical Reasoning
Legal Reasoning    

 Law of Torts

Criminal Law

Law of Contracts

The Law of Torts in India i. Basic Concepts 1. Indian Contract Act – Origin and Short Description
Constituents of a Tort (i) Wrongful Act a – Knowledge  2. Offer 
  b – Intention   Types of Offers 
  c – Voluntary Act  
  General Defences   d – Acts done in furtherance of common intention  3. Acceptance 
 i) VNFI and Defences  e – Liability of a minor and persons of unsound mind  Acceptance (advanced) 
 ii) Necessity  f – Acts considered to be wrong, but not prohibited by law  
 iii) Act of God  g – Other Exceptions  4. Consideration 
 iv) Inevitable Accident  ii. Theft Consideration (advanced) 
 v) Remoteness of Damage  iii. Culpable Homicide & Murder  
vi) Private Defence  iv. Private Defence  5. Capacity to Contract 
vii) Statutory Authority  v. Voluntary Intoxication under Criminal Law  
viii) Sovereign Power  vi. Criminal trespass 6. Free Consent 
ix) Liability wrt one’s age  vii. Sedition  a) Coercion 
  viii. Criminal Negligence  b) Undue Influence
Vicarious Liability  ix. Criminal Conspiracy  
Vicarious Liability advanced   x. Mischief  
  xi. Cheating  
  xii. Unlawful Assembly  
Torts of Defamation   xiii. VNFI under IPC  
Defamation advanced   xiv. Attempt & Attempt to commit an offence under IPC  
  xv. Ignorance of Law  
 Tort of Nuisance  xvi. Force  
 Nuisance advanced  xvii. Defamation under Criminal Law  
  xviii. Criminal Fraud  
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