The law of torts in India is a body of law that addresses and provides remedies for non-contractual acts of civil wrongdoings. Law of torts, as a subject is taught to all the law students as a part of an undergraduate law degree. Law of Torts is also a part of the syllabus of Judicial Services Exams in many states.
Course Duration: Approx 10 Hours / 10 Days.
About Judiciary Exams:
A career as a judge can be attained through two levels. One is the lower Judiciary where fresh graduates get selected through entrance examinations conducted by the Public service Commission of each state or the Higher Judiciary which requires a minimum of seven years of practice in the Bar. To prepare for the Judicial Service Examination in a meticulous manner every aspirant must have clarity on what to learn and what not to focus upon. The Judiciary Examination is held in two stages namely Judicial Service Preliminary Examination which consists of only objective questions, followed by the Judicial Service Mains Examination. Only those who are shortlisted from the preliminary examination will be qualified to appear for the Mains.
About Judiciary Masterclass:
RostrumLegal offers a comprehensive online course for Judicial Services Exams. RostrumLegal Judiciary Masterclass is India’s First Live Online Coaching for Judicial Services Exams. The course covers common major subjects of all the states. People preparing for the Judicial Services Exams in any state will find the course useful. To know more about RosutrmLegal Judiciary Masterclass visit: www.rostrumlegal.com/judiciary
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