Welcome to IAS NEXT, Here in this blog we are providing important notes on the Indian Penal Code (IPC). We understand that the IPC is important for various judicial service examinations, including the PCS-J (Provincial Civil Service – Judicial) and other judiciary examinations. The blog aims to provide comprehensive and easy-to-understand notes on the IPC, which will help PCS-J aspirants prepare for these examinations and enhance their knowledge of the Indian legal system.
Our team of experts has curated these notes by taking into account the latest updates and developments in the IPC. We have organized the notes chapter-wise, covering all 23 chapters of the IPC. Each chapter is broken down into sections, making it easier for aspirants to navigate and understand the provisions of the IPC.
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(g) Valuable security
(h) ‘Act’ “Omission”
(i) Common intention
(k) Good faith
2. Punishment (Section 53 to 75) Solitary confinement (Section 73)
3. General exceptions (Section 76 to 95)
4. Private defense (Section 96 to 106)
5. Abatement (Sections 107 to 120)
6. Criminal conspiracy
7. Sedition, Harbouring deserter
8. Unlawful assembly, rioting, affray
9. Illegal gratification, bribery, obstructing public servant
10. Giving false evidence, fabricating false evidence, harboring offender, public nuisance.
11. Culpable homicide, murder, thug
12. Hurt, grievous hurt, wrongful restraint, wrongful confinement
13. Force, criminal force, assault, kidnapping, abduction, rape
14. Theft, extortion, robbery
15. Criminal misappropriation, criminal breach of trust, stolen Property, and receiving stolen property.
16. Cheating, mischief
17. Criminal trespass, house trespass, lurking house-trespass,housebreaking
18. Forgery. Making false documents, trademark
19. Bigamy, adultery
20. Defamation Section 499.
21. Criminal intimidation (Section 503)
22. Inchoate offenses (Section 511)
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