Best Books to Prepare for NTA NET – by Harshit Sharma

Mr. Harshit Sharma has been selected for the post of Civil Judge-cum-Judicial Magistrate First Class, Rajasthan Judicial Services (RJS). He has also successfully secured a CLAT PG all India rank of 15 in 2019 and then 23 in 2020, and qualified the UGC NET exam.

As a part of Lawctopus’ Free Webinar on ‘Acing Competitive Exams in Law: CLAT PG, UGC NET, Judiciary’ dated January 18, 2021, he has prepared this brief list of the best books one can refer to while preparing for the NTA NET examination.


  • PSA Pillai or Ratanlal & Dhirajlal for IPC
  • Poonam Pradhan on Family and Property Law
  • Avtar Singh or R.K. Bangia for Contract
  • R.K. Bangia or Ratanlal & Dhirajlal for Torts
  • P Massey on Administrative Law
  • K. Jain (Dukki) Part – I & II for Constitution
  • K. Jain or Salmond for Jurisprudence
  • K. Jain for Public International Law
  • For Laws like Human Rights, Refugee Law, National Green Tribunal Act, Arbitration, IBC, Labour, Tax, IPR, Environment etc. refer to bare acts and do a simple google search for latest cases and notes.

For Practise purposes you can buy:

  • Paper-I – Truman’s Book for Paper I
  • Paper-II (Law)- Truman’s Book covering Past Years and Model Practice Sets
  • Truman’s Book covering Theoretical Part

CLICK HERE to watch the complete webinar.

To get in touch with Mr. Harshit Sharma, you could check out his LinkedIn page HERE.

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