Law of Crimes Indian Penal Code Certification Exam (Foundation)

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StudySection gives you an opportunity to judge your understanding of different offenses laid down in the IPC and the punishments against those offenses by launching a Free Online Certification Exam (Foundation). This Certification Exam is appropriate for beginners who have a basic understanding of the Indian Penal Code. The objective of this certification exam is to understand the key concepts regarding crime and criminal law and to teach specific offenses under the Indian Penal Code.

 The draft of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) was prepared in the year 1834. The first final draft of the IPC was submitted to the Governor-General of India in Council in 1837, but it was again drafted, and it was only in 1860 when the draft became law and came into operation. IPC documents are written about all the criminal cases and punishments against those cases. There are 511 sections in the IPC. The Indian Penal Code is applied to all citizens of India who commit crimes.

This certification exam consists of several multiple-choice questions on the fundamentals of this program. Some questions may have more than one correct option, and you must select all the correct options in order to make your answer right. After you have successfully passed this online Certification Exam (Foundation), you will become eligible to get an e-Certificate and a certification badge that can be used to enhance your career profile and social media profiles too.

Topics to be covered in the Law of Crimes Indian Penal Code Free Online Certification Exam are the following:

  • Basics of IPC
  • Critical Situations of Offence
  • General Offence
  • Important Sections of IPC
  • Nature and Scope of Criminal Law
  • Offence against Human Body
  • Offence against Property

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Test Time - 20 Minutes

Total Questions - 30

Passing Score - 50%

Note - This test has to be completed in a single session. A question may have multiple correct options. You have to mark all the correct options for your answer to be considered correct. You will see checkboxes instead of the radio buttons for the options in case a question has multiple correct options.
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