|Editor||Subramanyam, C.N. ♦ Srinivas, Kurella|
|Source||SCERT Andhra Pradesh|
|Publisher||Government of Andhra Pradesh|
|Subject Domain (in DDC)||Social sciences ♦ Law ♦ Laws, regulations & cases|
|Subject Keyword||Accused ♦ FIR ♦ Offence ♦ Investigation ♦ Arrest ♦ Summons ♦ Witness ♦ Fair Trial ♦ Public Prosecutor ♦ Magistrate|
|Table of Contents||Chapter 15) Law and Justice -A Case Study
15.1) A Dispute over Property
15.2) Filing the report
15.3) First Information Report (F.I.R.)
15.4) Role of the Police in Investigation and Arrest
15.5) Civil and Criminal Offences
15.8) The first Hearing and the Lawyer
15.9) What is the Role of the Judge?
15.10) Separation of powers and independence
15.11) The Evidence of Witnesses
15.12) Appellate System
15.13) Appeal at the Session’s Court
15.14) The High Court
|Description||This is the 15th chapter of the book “Social Studies: Class 8”. The chapter deals with the law and justice. It also described what happens when laws are violated?The author gave us an example by the story of Ravi and Samba.|
|Educational Role||Student ♦ Teacher|
|Age Range||13 to 17 years|
|Educational Use||Classroom ♦ Reading|
|Education Level||V to VIII|
|Learning Resource Type||Book|
|Educational Framework||Andhra Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (APBSE)|
|Pedagogic Objective||What is the procedure and judgement of the court if laws are violated?|
|Size (in Bytes)||433.79 kB|
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