Indian Penal Code (IPC) – Notes, Case Laws And Study Material

By | August 13, 2018
Indian Penal Code

The Indian Penal Code (IPC), 1860 is the main criminal code of India. It is a comprehensive code intended to cover all substantive aspects of criminal law. The code was drafted in 1860 on the recommendations of the first law commission of India established in 1834 under the Chairmanship of  Lord Macaulay. It came into force in the year 1862. The Code has since been amended several times and is now supplemented by other criminal provisions.

Legal Bites has curated a study material for readers who aim to learn the ins and outs of the Indian Penal Code. The 10 modules of this course cover every aspect of the IPC.

Apart from the explanations of the various provisions under the Indian Penal Code, a 10 part series of important questions and extra study resources provided towards the end of the course will help law students who wish to crack university level and competitive judicial exams.

Important articles and study material on Indian Penal Code (IPC) – Click on the link to Read

Module I: Introduction

Module II:

Module III:

Module IV:

 Module V:

Module VI:

Module VII:

Module VIII:

Module IX:

Module X:

Important Mains/Long Questions for Judiciary, APO & University Exams:

  1. IPC Mains Questions Series Part I: Important Questions
  2. IPC Mains Questions Series Part II: Important Questions
  3. IPC Mains Questions Series Part III: Important Questions
  4. IPC Mains Questions Series Part IV: Important Questions
  5. IPC Mains Questions Series Part V: Important Questions
  6. IPC Mains Questions Series Part VI: Important Questions
  7. IPC Mains Questions Series Part VII: Important Questions
  8. IPC Mains Questions Series Part VIII: Important Questions
  9. IPC Mains Questions Series Part IX: Important Questions
  10. IPC Mains Questions Series Part X: Important Questions

Indian Penal Code – Prelims Practice Test Series

Other articles:

  1. Common Intention And Common Object Under The IPC (Discussion and Comparison)
  2. Excusable General Exceptions under Indian Penal Code – Explanation with Important Case Laws
  3. Excusable General Exceptions under Indian Penal Code – Explanation with Important Case Laws
  4. Principle of group liability – Common Intention, Common Object and Unlawful Assembly
  5. Exceptions to Offence of Murder under Section 300 IPC
  6. Robbery and Dacoity – Meaning and important provisions
  7. Theft and Extortion
  8. Forgery For Purpose Of Cheating – Section 468 IPC
  9. Criminal Misappropriation and Criminal Breach of Trust
  10. Cheating and related provisions

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8 thoughts on “Indian Penal Code (IPC) – Notes, Case Laws And Study Material

    1. Mayank Shekhar

      We are working hard to make your experience better. Few topics are underway and will be updated soon. Thank you for reading.

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        1. Himanshu Saini

          Thank you for your support.
          We are working on making learning/preparation easier for our readers and aspirants preparing for their respective exams. Will post them very soon.

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  1. Aditya Kumar Pandey

    In study material/ipc/module link given is not opening

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  2. soniya

    sir, this link of IPC is not providing content as mentioned on the link. please look into it. that link should provide general explanations of IPC from section 6- 52A , but its giving content about general exceptions in IPC. i hope you will look into it and provide us ” general explanations of IPC from section 6- 52A” .

    Module 2:
    Insight to General Explanations of IPC. (Sec. 6-52A)

    link url :
    https://www.legalbites.in/insight-to-the-general-exceptions-of-ipc/

    try to solve this . thank you

    Reply
    1. Ayushi Tripathi

      Thanks for bringing it to our attention. It was a typographical error and has been rectified. The link is for an article on “General Exceptions of IPC” and not general explanations of IPC.

      Reply

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