CBSE Class 11 Legal Studies covers TTheory and nature of political institutions, Nature and sources of law, Historical development of Indian legal system, civil and criminal courts and trials, family justice system, civil court structure, criminal court structure, civil procedure, criminal procedure – investigation and prosecution, marriage and divorce, children, domestic violence, ancient Indian law, English law in India, administration of justice in British India, charter of 1861 and subsequent charters. myCBSEguide offers a program, questions, online tests and important questions according to the CBSE program. Grades, exam and school exam questions with solutions. (c) when an important question could not be decided by the Government and is decided by the votes of the people. 5. Family justice (45 periods) Institutional framework Marriage and divorce Children Domestic violence (a) A number of voters prepare a bill for adoption or approval by the legislator or the general public. If passed, it becomes law. 2 « The accumulation of all powers, legislative, executive, and judicial, in the same hands, whether by one, a few, or more, and whether hereditary, self-proclaimed, or elected, may justly be called the very definition of tyranny. » Who said the above lines? 1. Theory and nature of political institutions (40 periods) Concept of organs of state and nation government – Separation of legislative, executive and judicial powers – Parliamentary sovereignty and independence of the judiciary Constitutional framework of India 3. Historical development of the Indian legal system (45 periods) Old Indian Law English Law in India Administration of Justice in British India Charter of 1861 and subsequent charters Establishment of High Courts and Federal Court Drafting of the Indian Constitution Old Indian Law in a Modern Legal Framework (b) when the bill passed by the legislature is forwarded to the electorate for final ratification. 4 The legislature of which of the following countries is known as the Grand National Assembly? 4.
Civil and criminal courts and trials ((45 periods)) The structure of the civil court The structure of the criminal court Civil procedure Criminal procedure – investigation and prosecution 5 Which of them have played a crucial role in improving the civil and criminal justice system in pre-independent India? 2. Nature and sources of law (45 periods) Legislation – legislation, delegated and subordinate legislation Case law – Stare decisis, precedents within the judicial hierarchy Relevant sources Reform of customs legislation (d) Voters call their elected representatives if they are not satisfied with their behaviour. 1 The usual practice of Saptapadi was incorporated into section ___ of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955.