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Bharatiya Nyaya Sanhita- New Indian Penal Code- part 2

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What you’ll learn

  • Gain insights into the legal intricacies surrounding homicides, punishments, and attempted crimes.
  • Explore provisions related to organized crimes, terrorism, and their legal implications.
  • Understand the concept of criminal force and its ramifications under the penal code.
  • Examine laws pertaining to kidnapping, slavery, forced labor, and the legal obligations associated with these offenses.
  • Delve into Chapter III of the penal code, analyzing offenses such as waging war against India, conspiracy to wage a war, offenses against armed forces, and offe
  • Learn aboutExplore offenses against public tranquility, public servants offenses relating to currencies, government stamps, and the legal consequences thereof.D
  • Understand the principles of perjury, obstruction, offenses against property, cheating, breach of trust, and mischief/criminal mischief as per legal statutes.

Welcome to the continuation of our comprehensive course on the Bharatiya Nyaya Sanhita – New Indian Penal Code. In this second part, we will delve deeper into various sections covering a wide array of criminal offenses and their punishments, ensuring a thorough understanding of the legal framework.

Throughout this course, you will explore the intricacies of Indian criminal law, starting with an in-depth analysis of homicides, punishments, and attempted crimes outlined in Sections 100-110. We will then proceed to examine provisions related to organized crimes and terrorism (Sections 111-113), followed by a comprehensive understanding of criminal force (Sections 114-136).

Moving forward, we will dissect laws pertaining to kidnapping, slavery, and forced labor (Sections 137-146), shedding light on the legal obligations associated with these offenses. Additionally, we will delve into Chapter III of the penal code, where we will explore offenses such as waging war against India and conspiracy to wage a war (Sections 147-158), offenses against armed forces (Sections 158-168), and offenses against elections (Sections 169-177).

Furthermore, this course will cover offenses relating to currencies and government stamps (Sections 178-188), offenses against public tranquility (Sections 189-197), offenses relating to public servants (Sections 198-205), and acts of obstruction of justice (Sections 205-226). We will also discuss perjury, obstruction, offenses against property (Sections 303-334), cheating, breach of trust (Sections 314-323), and mischief/criminal mischief (Sections 324-328).

By the end of this course, you will have gained a comprehensive understanding of the Bharatiya Nyaya Sanhita – New Indian Penal Code, equipping you with the knowledge to navigate the intricacies of Indian criminal law effectively. Join us on this insightful journey as we explore the legal principles governing various criminal offenses in India. Enroll now to enhance your understanding and application of Indian penal laws.

Disclaimer: This course is for educational purposes only and does not substitute for legal advice. Always consult with legal professionals for specific legal matters.

Who this course is for:

  • Legal Professionals
  • Law Students
  • Policymakers and Government Officials
  • Researchers and Academics
  • Anyone Interested in Indian Legal System

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