General Law | Curriculum | Grade 11-XI | Subject Code: Gel.415 | 2076 | DOWNLOAD in PDF

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DR Gurung
Secondary Education Curriculum 2076
Subject - General Law
Grade/Class - XI/11
Subject Code - Gel.415
Credit Hours - 5
Working hours - 160

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1. Introduction

General Law is the territorial law of a country. It provides realistic knowledge of law which is useful for everybody in day to day real life situation. The study of General Law in secondary level is important to enhance the capacity of students relating to the provision of national law and also to prepare committed human resources who will pursue higher education in the field of law.

This curriculum incorporates concept, Nature and Purpose of Law, Function of Law in Society, Autonomy of Law and Legal system, Structure of Law in Nepal, Rule of Law, Separation of Power, Dispute settlement etc. It also consists Theory of Rights and Classification of Rights, Enforcement of Fundamental Rights, Law relating to Land, Property, Intellectual Property, Transaction, Investigation and Prosecution system in Nepal, Jurisdiction of Courts and Quasi-Judicial Bodies in Nepal.

The curriculum has been offered as per the structure of National Curriculum Framework. It provides a comprehensive outline of level-wise competencies, grade-wise learning outcomes and scope and sequence of contents, suggested practical/project activities, learning facilitation process and assessment strategies so as to enhance the learning on the subject systematic.

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2. Level-wise Competencies

At the end of this course, the students will have developed the following competencies:

1. Explain the characteristics of law.
2. Compare and contrast various types of society and the existence of law.
3. Describe the functions of law in society.
4. Demonstrate the understanding of autonomy of law in Nepal and identify the sources of legal system.
5. Explain the structure of law and categorize federal law, state law and local level law.
6. Assess the general principles of civil law and civil rights in Nepal.
7. Illustrate the position of sanctity of natural person and examine legal provisions relating to natural person.
8. Evaluate the position of rule of law and separation of powers in Nepal.
9. Distinguish between formal dispute settlement through judiciary and alternative dispute settlement processes.
10. Explain the nature and theory of right and classification of rights.
11. Analyze enforcement of fundamental rights in Nepal.
12. Compare and contrast law relating to land, government property, public property, community property and private property in Nepal.
13. Explain intellectual property and its categories.
14. Demonstrate an understanding of laws relating to transaction, kinds of deeds to be registered and secured transaction.
15. Illustrate the position of legal deeds and draft the legal deeds frequently used in legal transactions in Nepal.
16. Introduce criminal law and explain its nature and principles.
17. Identify new forms of crimes emerging in Nepal and describe the legal provisions to control them.
18. Describe the criminal investigation and prosecution system in Nepal.
19. Explain jurisdiction of courts and quasi-judicial bodies in Nepal.

3. Grade-Wise Learning Outcomes

Grade XI-11


Content Area

Learning Outcomes

1. Concept, Nature and Purposes of law 1.1 Explain the characteristics of law.
1.2 Analyze the nature of law.
1.3 Interpret the purposes of law.
2. Law and Society 2.1 Define society and explain social welfare.
2.2 Compare and contrast various types of society.
2.3 Interpret position of law in society.
2.4 Disseminate that law operates in society for its needs and law as an essential factor in society.
3. Functions of Law in Society 3.1 Analyze the functions of law in society.
3.2 Examine political and economic functions of law in society.
3.3 Explain law as one of the effective instrument of regulating society.
4. Autonomy of Law and Legal System 4.1 Discuss the position of autonomy of law in Nepal.
4.2 Explain the meaning of legal system and status of Nepali legal system.
4.3 Explain the sources of legal system.
5. Structure of Law in Nepal 5.1 Categorize public law, private law, federal law, state law and local level law.
5.2 Explain the structure of written laws- constitution, statues, Muluki Criminal and Civil Codes 2074 (2017), rules, regulations, by-laws, ordinances, case law, executive orders.
6. Principles of Civil Law and Civil Rights of Nepal 6.1 Assess the general principles of civil law.
6.2 Define rights.
6.3 Explain the provisions relating to civil rights enshrined in the Muluki Civil Code 2017 (2074 B.5).
7. Sanctity of Natural Person and Law Relating to Natural Person 7.1 State and explain sanctity of natural person.
7.2 Differentiate natural person from legal person.
7.3 Describe legal provisions relating to natural person in Nepal.
8. Rule of law and Separation of Powers 8.1 Define rule of law.
8.2 Evaluate the position of rule of law in Nepal.
8.3 Discuss on the position of separation of powers in Nepal.
9. Dispute Settlement Mechanism: Formal Court System and Alternative Dispute Resolution 9.1 Interpret the dispute resolution through the formal court system in Nepal.
9.2 Discuss the role of courts establishing criminal and civil justice system.
9.3 Explain the role of investigation and prosecution systems in Nepal.
9.4 Examine the status of alternative dispute resolution in Nepal.

4. Scope and Sequence of Contents

Unit Content Area Elaboration of Contents Working Hours
1. Concept, Nature and Purpose of Law 1.1 Concept of Law
1.2 Nature of law
1.3 Purpose of law
1.4 Characteristics of law
1.5 Importance of law
2. Law and Society 2.1 Law and society
2.1.1 Relation of law and society
2.1.2 Society and social welfare
2.2 Types of society: homogenous society, heterogeneous society, international society.
2.3 Position of law in society
3. Functions of Law in Society 3.1 Social functions of law
3.2 Political functions of law
3.3 Economic functions of law
4. Autonomy of law and legal system 4.1 Autonomy of law (legislation, codification, formal organization, precedent)
4.2 Autonomy of law-law seen as containing and regulating state power
4.3 Meaning of legal system
4.4 Sources of legal system (basic law(constitutional law, legislation, common law, codification, customary law, precedent)
5. Structure of Law in Nepal 5.1 Public law and private Law
5.2 Federal law
5.3 State law (seven states in Nepal)
5.4 Local level law (municipalities and Village Bodies)
5.5 Written laws in Nepal: constitution, statutes, codes, rules, regulations, by-laws, bills, ordinances and executive orders.
6. Principles of Civil Law and Civil Rights in Nepal 6.1 General principles of civil law
6.2 Meaning and importance of civil rights
6.3 Provisions civil rights in Nepal
7. Sanctity of Natural Person and Law Relating to Natural Person 7.1Sanctity of natural person-purity, inviolability and integrity of person
7.2 Differences between natural person and legal person
7.3 Legal provisions relating to natural person in Nepal
8. Rule of law and Separation of Powers 8.1 Meaning of rule of law
8.2 Development of rule of law
8.3 Origin of the concept of separation of powers
8.4 Position of separation of powers in Nepal
9. Dispute settlement mechanism: Formal Court System and Alternative Dispute Resolution 9.1 Role of court in the settlement of disputes
9.2 Role of court in establishing civil justice and criminal justice in Nepal
9.3 Role of investigation officer and public prosecutor helping to settle disputes
9.4 Status of alternative dispute resolution (mediation, conciliation and arbitration) in Nepal
Total 120

5. Practical Activities

Practical is integral part of Secondary Education Curriculum. It focuses more on skill development than knowledge building. It consists of project work, group work, presentation, observation, internship etc. Total of 40 hours has been designated to practical activities and will be carried out under the guidance and monitoring of teacher. Following are only sample practical activities, teacher can assign any relevant practical activity as per requirement.

Unit Content Area Activities Working Hours
1. Law and Society 2.1 Visit a nearby police office, government attorney office or court and talk to the personnel there on how they exercise the coercive power of law. Make a short report and present in the classroom. Collect the information from other sources if the visit to the offices is not possible. 6
2. Functions of Law in Society 3.1 Observe the formal control assured by law in heterogeneous society at the nearest city area, prepare a short report and present in the classroom. 4
3. Autonomy of law and legal system 4.1 Collect printed or electronic form of the constitution, statutes, Muluki Civil and Criminal Codes of Nepal and verdicts of courts and organize a discussion programme on autonomy of law & legal system. 4
4. Structure of Law in Nepal 5.1 Visit the office of a municipality and /or a village body. Study the public and private laws they are practicing. Write a short note showing the difference between them. 4
5. Principles of Civil Law Civil Rights in Nepal 6.1 Visit the houses of indigenous peoples, oppressed class, backward class, marginalized people, Dalits and senior citizens and people with disabilities. Observe their living condition and write a brief report on how their rights are protected by laws. 4
6. Sanctity of Natural Person and Law Relating to Natural Person 7.1 Listen to the preaching of a spiritual leader. Observe the behavior of good teachers as well as ordinary people in the surrounding. Make a brief note and present in the classroom. 4
7. Rule of law and Separation of Powers 8.1 Write an essay with arguments in favor of no one is above the law of the country. 4
8. Dispute settlement mechanism: Formal Court System and Alternative Dispute Resolution. 9.1 Perform role play/simulation of solving any issue in group (about the damage of crops of other persons by domestic animals) by means of ADR (mediation, family courts, conciliation and arbitration). 9.2 Observe a dispute settlement at the office of municipality/village body. If possible, visit a nearby court as well. Find how the dispute is settled by the local body. Ask some community leaders how such disputes used to be solved in the past in the community. Write a case study report on the judicial, quasi-judicial and traditional and community based mechanism and processes of dispute settlement. 10
Total 40

Note: Each student should maintain a file to keep all the records of the practical activities. For the internal assessment, the same is to be taken as the reference.

6. Learning Facilitation Methods and Process

The teacher shall use appropriate methods and techniques for facilitating learning on the part of the students. The selection of methods and techniques depends on the learning objectives, subject matter, class size, and classroom facilities and so on. Some methods and techniques appropriate for delivering the course could be:

↦ Socratic method
↦ Question & answer
↦ Group/individual work
↦ Discussion
↦ Problem solving
↦ Demonstration
↦ Observation
↦ Project method
↦ Field visit
↦ Case method
↦ Inquiry
↦ Collaborative learning
↦ Interactive lecture
↦ Role play and simulation
↦ Seminar
↦ Clinical method

7. Student Assessment Method and Process

Assessment is an important aspect of teaching learning process which serves two purposes: assessment of learning and assessment for learning. Both formative and summative evaluation will be carried out to measure the student's learning. Formative assessment is mainly to bring improvement in students' learning and it is to be done on continuous basis. The following strategies could be used for the formative assessment.

↦ Assessment of students' everyday learning through appropriate technique like question answer, home work.
↦ Presentation of assignments by the students.
↦ Students' participation in discussion and other class tasks.
↦ Project work completion.
↦ Weekly, monthly and trimester tests.

Summative assessment will be done through internal and external evaluation.

a. Internal Evaluation

The internal evaluation carries 25% of weightage for final evaluation of student achievement. The internal assessment consists of different aspects as shown in the table below.

1Classroom participation (Daily attendance, home assignment and class work, participation in activities)3
2Trimester exam (3 marks from each trimester exam)6
3Project/practical works, reports and presentation, viva16

b. External Evaluation

The external evaluation of the students' learning will carry 75% weightage and will be based on written examination. The types and number of question will be as per the test specification chart developed by the Curriculum Development Centre.

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