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IAS Exam NIOS INTRODUCTION TO LAW Book-2 Study Material

Apr 1, 2016 15:46 IST

    For the Civil Services aspirants the available NIOS readings are much important. The NIOS textbooks contain precise study material available in all major subjects like History, Geography, Political Science, Economy, Accountancy, Business Studies, Law, Sociology Psychology, Environment and Ecology etc. The IAS aspirants need to prefer such textbooks which required less time to cover the whole UPSC IAS syllabus. NIOS textbooks are equally important for UPSC IAS Prelims Exam as well as for IAS Mains Exam.

    The INTRODUCTION TO LAW- Book 2 consists of following topics given below:

    MODULE – VIIA:  Environmental Law, Role of Citizens, Police and Administration

    Approach: The  module  is  designed  to  generate awareness about the legal mechanism to protect the environment and general principles of Environmental Law as  well  as  the  role  of  citizens  in  protecting  the environment. The module also lays emphasis on the role of citizens in maintaining a good social order, Police System and the need for manpower training.

    Environmental Law
    Sustainable Development
    General Principles of Environmental Law
    Contemporary Developments


    MODULE - VIIB:  Law Relating to Consumer Protection and Right to Information

    Approach: The emphasis in this module is given to explain the meaning of Consumerism and to inform about the rights of consumers as well as generate awareness about the Right to Information.

    Consumer Protection
    Unfair Trade Practices
    Consumer Redressal Agencies
    Consumer Activism

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