Internship topics

After selecting the topic, inform us name of the topic and number of days that you need to submit your work on that topic. 

NOTE: Some of the interns are found using article rewriting tools to remove plagiarism. Such submissions will summarily be rejected and internship of such intern will be cancelled upon repetitive violations

POINTS TO BE NOTED WHILE WRITING ARTICLE

  • Should be in simple language and should not be too technical for a reader to understand
  • Plagiarism should not exceed 30%
  • Using article rewriting tools to remove plagiarism is strictly prohibited. Interns are expected to write article on their own after a thorough research.
  • Cover all the concepts involved in that particular topic without leaving any.
  • Don’t over explain the concepts to make up for minimum word count. Be precise and straight to the point
  • Try to include illustrations and relevant case laws wherever required.
  • Use headings and subheadings.
  • Try to avoid long paragraphs and use bullet points as the concept presented as points is easier to understand.  
  • difference between movable and immovable property
  • Agreement to sell and agreement of sale
  • doctrine of fixture under transfer of property act, 1882 
  • Rule against inalienability – transfer of property act, 1882
  • direction for accumulation of income – transfer of property act
  • Conditional transfers under Transfer of property act 1882
  • Condition precedent and condition subsequent under TP Act
  • Doctrine of holding out under transfer of property act 1882
  • Fraudulent transfer under transfer of property act 
  • Doctrine of part performance – transfer of property act 
  • Doctrine of priority under property law
  • Sale of immovable property: Essentials of valid sale – TP Act
  • Unpaid vendor’s lien – section 55 (4) of Transfer of Property Act
  • Rule of Nemo dat quod non habet for sale of immovable property
  • Doctrine of clog on redemption – concept & exceptions 
  • Rule of marshalling and contribution – TP Act 1882
  • Forfeiture of lease under Transfer of property act
  • Concept of onerous gift and universal donee
  • Kinds of easements under Indian Easements Act 1882
  • Imposition, acquisition and transfer of easements
  • Quasi easements and easements of necessity
  • Perspective easements – Indian Easements Act 1882
  • Customary Easements  – Indian Easements Act 1882
  • Incidents of easements – Indian Easements Act 1882
  • Extinction, suspension & revival of easements
  • Concept of license under Indian Easements Act 1882
  • Testamentary succession under Indian succession act, 1925
  • Kinds of wills in India – Indian succession act, 1925
  • Who can make a will?
  • Attestation, revocation, alteration & revivial of wills
  • Provisions relating to construction of a will
  • Void will or void bequest – Indian succession act, 1925
  • Doctrine of cy pres
  • Onerous  bequests – Indian succession act, 1925
  • Contingent and conditional bequests -Indian succession act, 1925
  • Specific and demonstrative legacy – Indian succession act, 1925
  • Ademption of legacy under Indian succession act, 1925
  • Salient features of Indian trusts act, 1882
  • Essentials for creation of a valid trust – Indian trusts act
  • Appointment of a trustee – Indian trusts act, 1882
  • Duties and liabilities of a trustee – Indian trusts act, 1882
  • Disabilities of a trustee – Indian trusts act, 1882
  • Development and evolution of administrative law
  • Transition from laissez faire to Social Welfare state
  • Applicability of rule of law in a mixed economy
  • Difference between administrative and quasi-judicial functions
  • Difference between administrative and legislative functions
  • Judicial control over delegated legislation 
  • Legislative or parliamentary control over delegated legislation 
  • Remedies available against state for administrative actions 
  • Lokpal and lok ayukta act 2013: summary
  • Doctrine of estoppel against the government
  • Salient features of administrative tribunals act, 1985
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  • Difference between administrative tribunals and courts
  • Advantages and disadvantages of administrative tribunals
  • Commission of inquiry: constitution, appointment & powers
  • Objectives and Advantages of Public Corporations
  • Control over public corporations in India
  • Overview of whistleblower’s protection act,, 2014

INDIAN PENAL CODE – 1860

  • Evolution Of Law Of Crime Over The Years
  • The Indian Penal Code, 1860- A General Introduction and Background
  • Essential elements of a crime
  • Vicarious liability in criminal law and execptions 
  • Stages of crimes
  • Jurisdiction of Indian penal code: territorial & extra terrirtotial 

 

  • Insight to General Explanations of IPC (Sec. 6-52A)
  • Public servant – section 21 of IPC
  • Wrongful loss and wrongful gain under IPC – distinction and examples
  • Common intention and common object under IPC
    Dishonestly  and fraudulently under IPC
  • The deterrent theory of punishment
  • The retributive theory of punishment 
  • The reformative theory of punishment 
  • The preventive theory of punishment
  • The expiation theory of punishment 
  • Measure of penal liability or punishment 

 

  • General exceptions to criminal liability under IPC
  • Mistake of fact under IPC
  • Mistake of law under iPC
  • Act done by Judges – general exceptions
  • Accident as an exception under IPC
  • Necessity as an exception under IPC
  • Act done by a child under IPC
  • Act done by an insane person under IPC
  • Mc. naughten’s principles of insanity 
  • Act done by a person under Intoxication – exceptions under IPC
  • Consent – general exceptions under IPC
  • Acts done for benefit of a person without his consent – IPC
  • Trivial act as an exception under IPC
  • Right of private defence under IPC – extent & limitations

HINDU LAW

  • Doctrine of factum valet
  • Doctrine of relation back in hindu law

  • Theory of notional partition under hindu succession act 1956

  • Succession to the property of a Hindu Male : hindu succession act 1956
  • Doctrine of surrender of limited estate or women’s estate
  • Right of dwelling house of a hindu – hindu succession act 1956

MUSLIM LAW

  • Void marriage or batil nikah under muslim law
  • Irregular marriage or fasid nikah under muslim law
  • Distinction between dower and dowry
  • Enforcement of right to dower
  • Dower under sunni and shia law
  • Dissolution of muslim marrige act 1939: An overview
  • Distinction between sunni and shia law of divorce
  • Minority and guardianship under muslim law
  • Summary: muslim women (protection of rights on divorce) act 1986
  • Muslim law of inheritence under sunni law
  • Muslim law of inheritence under shia law
  • Difference between sunni and shia law of inheritance
  • Doctrine of aul – muslim law of inheritence
  • Doctrine of radd – muslim law of inheritence
  • Doctine of aul and radd – muslim law of inheritence
  • Gift or hiba under muslim law: essentials,modes, revocation
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  • Concept of Will or wasiyat under muslim law
  • Salient features of the mussalman wakf validating act, 1913
  • Life estate under muslim law
  • Doctrine of pre-emption or shufaa under muslim law

Christian law, parsi law, Indian law of marriage and succession

  • Essentials & procedure of christian marriage – Indian christian marriage act, 1872
  • Salient features of Indian christian marriage act, 1872
  • Grounds of divorce under christian law
  • Indian divorce act, 1869: summary
  • Rules of succession under christian law
  • Marriage and divorce under parsi law
  • Grounds of divorce under parsi law
  • Rules of inheritance under parsi law
  • Solemnization of marriage under special marriage act, 1954
  • Grounds of divorce under special marriage act, 1954
  • Differences between hindu marriage act,1955 & special marriage act, 1954
  • Salient features of family courts act, 1984
  • Role of conciliation in family disputes
  • Essential features of Indian succession act, 1925
  • Intestate succession under Indian succession act, 1925
  • Moral theory of contracts and legal theory of contracts 
  • Discharge of surety
  • Relations of principal and agent with the third parties
  • Test of partnership / mode of determining the existence of partnership
  • Difference between partnership at will and particular partnership
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  • Rights and liabilities of partners with the third parties under Indian partnership act,1932
  • The negotiable instruments under negotiable instruments act, 1881
  • Bill of exchange and cheque under NI act, 1881
  • Rightful dishonour of a cheque / circumstances under which a cheque can be dishonoured 
  • Endorsement of a Negotiable instrument
  • Sale of goods by a non-owner
  • Rights and duties of seller under sale of goods act, 1930
  • Hire purchase agreement
  • Public service commission – composition, powers and functions
  • The power of the union and the states to carry on trade – article 298
  • Magna negligentia culpa est, magna culpa dolus est – fault in law of torts

 

  • Advantages and disadvantages of administration of justice

  • Advantages and disadvantages of Legislation
  • Original precedent and declaratory precedents

  • Right in rem and right in personam

 

  • Possessory remedies
  • Title: definition, kinds and modes of acquisition

  • Investitive facts and divestitive facts

 

 

  • Double capacity and double personality 

  • Theories of juristic personality 

  • Liability for mis-statements

  • Jus necessitatis

  • Administration of Justice in Calcutta presidency before 1726
  • Administration of Justice in Madras, Bombay, Calcutta (1600-1726)
  • Charter of 1726 – uniform judicial system
  • Adalat system of courts – 
  • Judicial Scheme (or Plan) of 1793 of Lord Cornwallis
  • JUDICIAL REFORMS OF SIR JOHN SHORE
  • Criminal law remedies for the protection of environment
  • Sustainable development and Indian judiciary
  • Public interest litigation and protection of environment

Last updated – 09/09/2021