Important Reference Books For UPSC CSE Law Optional

In this post of Important Reference Books For UPSC CSE Law Optional we endeavour to provide you with the list of best books for UPSC CSE Law Optional.

UPSC civil services examination is known as the toughest exam in India. The exam is conducted in three stages- Prelims, mains, and interview. Optional subjects are considered as a vital part of UPSC IAS Mains Exam. The Mains stage in IAS Exam comprises nine papers including two papers of optional subject.

UPSC aspirants choose the Law as an optional subject in UPSC Civil Services examination since it is high scoring. The marks fetched in the optional subject is a crucial factor in deciding the fate of aspirant.

Paper I

International Law- S. K KapoorOur Constitution – Subhash C. Kashyap
The Constitution of India (Bare Act) – PM BakshiAn Introduction to Public International Law – S. K. Verma
Introduction to the Constitution of India – D.D BasuConstitution of India- VN Shukla
International Law – Malcolm N ShawAdministrative Law – I.P. Massey

Paper II

Indian Penal Code- KD GaurMercantile Law – R.K. Bangia
Jurisprudence – P.K. Tripathi and DiasCriminal Law – P. S. Atchuthen Pillai.
Indian Penal Code-Ratanlal and DhirajlalPrinciples of Mercantile Law- Avtar Singh
Law of Tort – Autochthon PillaiIndian Contract Act Specific Relief Act- Pollock & Mulla

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