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Exclamation Int. Law or Muslim Law

i,v already opt c.law but im confused about muslim and international law. can anyone tell me which of these is more scoring and how these should be attempted, need tips to gain marks.

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@Enigmatic

Dont be confused , go through the past papers and then decide what to opt .As far scoring is concerned you can score in your interested subjects , its you who boost up the score not subject which i guess.By going through the past papers you will come to know your field of interests.

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enigmatic...

int law has propositions in the ppr
muslim law has straight questions

i hd int law n i got 90/100
by the grace of Allah
which is one of the highest marks
that i hv ever heard in law!!!

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Arrow books for Muslim law and jurisprudence.

can some one please,specifically those who had opted muslim law and scored well, suggest me some comprehensive and precise books for it. it will be appereciated.
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@ enigmatic
it seems that you have made it a habbit of getting confused in your subject selection first it was political science now its muslim law
anywayz coming back to the topic

Musliam law gave alot of marks last year...most of the students who appeared got 60-70 and some even 72-75.But it depends upon the examiner in 2006 many students failed in this paper and this year too the paper was not according to last years pattern it means the examiner was changed now lets wait and see what the students get

international law is also not difficult and also not lenghty. Respected Miss sarah scored 90/100 in css 2006 in that paper there were two problem questions on diplomatic immunities (on the pattern of university of london law papers) so that is the reason students were able to get such marks.another respected member of this forum sohail_pk scored 84 that year but the in 2007
the average scoring range was 45-60. but this year the paper was very easy and straight forward much like a paper of LLB-Part2

In the end what you have to do is go through some question of both.it shouldn;t be a problem for you as you have completed you llb.on which ever you think you can have better command go for that.As at the end what helps is your knowledge we shouldn't be thinking about the scoring factor as it keeps on changing every year
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pls tell me which books r best for Int Law as i hve opted in in my PMS. i really hve no idea as yet.
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@afridi99
hi hope you are doing finne....
For international law there are few books in the market.The best among them are International law by J.G.Starke. International law by Tandon (Indian author) International law by Agarwaal.But it is suggested to go through books by Tandon
& Agarwal

These two books are comprehensive and cover all the syllabus.
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@afridi!
4 int law bks of L.K TANDON and S.KAPOOR will be good 2 b studied, though as said above,book of STARKE z quiet comprehensive and z having a lot of good and valuable stuff..

other than that,bk of ALMANSOOR PUBLISHERS z too good for precise material and z easy 4 stdy purpose..
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the only book i want to recomend u is that of jurist.
u stdy it nd hope u will find it the best one.
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can some one please,specifically those who had opted muslim law and scored well, suggest me some comprehensive and precise books for it. it will be appereciated.

salam,

dear u sould consult the Ilmi book where you can get a book for Muslim Law for css. i have off hand its publisherws and writer name but i will confirm it later. any how there is another book in Question answer form as well. u can find later one from any book shop but the former one will be availble vid the Ilmi book centre here in lahore. i have consulted these two books alog with some other written notes from a well reputed teacher which are far better than these two books.. but it will be unaccessable for you. anyhow im here n lahore preparing for upcoming NWFP-PMS exam.

i have opted ths subject and let see what will happen.


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