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Hello aspirants,

This has been my strategy to prepare a study plan before studying any subject. I shall upload each study plan of my optional subjects in their relevant threads. Let me elaborate a little what this plan contains and what is its basis.

Study Plan is actually an in-depth analysis of Past papers of the subject. Based on these, the subject has been divided into areas which are recurring and most important from the examination point of view. Thus, if you keep this Study Plan before you, it may obviate the need for referring to subjective part of the past papers as it contains all questions from 2000 onwards.

I want reiterate that its my own analysis and it has so far proved very helpful in my preparation. Hence, the only purpose behind sharing them is helping other aspirants.
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I have gone throw your study plan about IL. There is question which you have mentioned that "various definition of international law". I want to ask you that I have a book writer "L.N.Tondon & S.K Kapoor", there are 16 definitions in this book with long detail. Either i should prepare all 16 definitions or not, and another question is that in 2010 question was "Give such a definition of International Law which could cover all the modern trends in it?"
What will be the answer of said question?

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Thank you so much redmax, your study plan is tremendous and a great help.
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@Redmax. You are doing a superb job man. Well done
I and you have IL, Islamic history and sociology in common.
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i have not study international law yet. is it easy subject. is it high scoring. i need help of senior fellows. pls inform me.
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hello i want to opt for international law.i have a total english literature background and want to go for psychology,sociology,journalism,public admin,international law.a literatti person is never good at cramming things.do u have to cram much in international law???if i drop public admin and international law then i am left wd geography.not going for it out of the fear that it might be purely mathematical.please give ur opinion

redmax please suggest the books as well u consulted to prepar for international law

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Your doubts are absolutely correct. I pulled out of this subject few months prior to the examination on the sole basis of 'cramming' articles 1,2,3, blah blah of so and so charter and so and so declaration etc. You will have to cram many many things (FOR FETCHING GOOD SCORE) in this subject. Alternatively, you can just get the jist of the things and write on your own risking your score.
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Your doubts are absolutely correct. I pulled out of this subject few months prior to the examination on the sole basis of 'cramming' articles 1,2,3, blah blah of so and so charter and so and so declaration etc. You will have to cram many many things (FOR FETCHING GOOD SCORE) in this subject. Alternatively, you can just get the jist of the things and write on your own risking your score.
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Which subject did you choose after leaving IL?
Are you taking CE 2012?
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Your doubts are absolutely correct. I pulled out of this subject few months prior to the examination on the sole basis of 'cramming' articles 1,2,3, blah blah of so and so charter and so and so declaration etc. You will have to cram many many things (FOR FETCHING GOOD SCORE) in this subject. Alternatively, you can just get the jist of the things and write on your own risking your score.
I do not think you need to cram anything with the exception of a few articles of Vienna Convention, Geneva covention and only one or two articles of the statute of international court of justice besides some resolutions of the UNO. Now, being a CSS aspirant one should know all these charters, conventions and resolution. they are helpfull in current affairs as well as in other papers. Role of UNO in the Settlement of intenational disputes in accordance with the laid laws and subsequent indifference of powerful states are such issues which a css aspirant shall know . And these issues are the subject of IL

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Dear there are roughly 20 topics which you can easily prepare in 20 days. regarding cramming, there are only references which you are required to give while attepmting a question. For instance if you are asked: what is Nationality, now you can give a refernece that According to the Article 15 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights 1948" Every one has the right to nationality. if asked about Piracy you may proceed this way that acoording to the article 15 of vienna convention piarcy is an illegal or violent act commited on high seas against a ship, person or property.

The rest is philosphy, opinions, and practices , since, it is not in codified form. It is mainly based on the international customs which have developed over the years, which have been observed by states in thier mutual relations,and which they are not bound to observe if they find them against their national intrests. similarly there are political thinkers, legists whose opinions are given much importance. They have tried to justify International law as true law where as some have refused to acknowlege it as having the force of law.

For you dear literatti person, International Law is the Tale of Two or More Countries. Cheeers.
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I'm seriously thinking about opting International law instead of Muslim law .. Because after all the aim is to score as much as possible ..

What do others suggest me .. ?
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