Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law- Punjab [ B.A., LL.B. 5yrs Syllabus]

B.A., LL.B. (HONS.) – FIVE YEAR INTEGRATED COURSE   
  FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER NOTE
I ENGLISH – 1 ENGLISH – 2 A student is to study six papers of one major subject and three papers each of the two minor subjects of social sciences in first three years of study. RGNUL offers the choice between Sociology, Political Science, History and Economics as major and minor subjects.
II SOCIAL SCIENCE (MAJOR) PAPER-I SOCIAL SCIENCE (MAJOR) PAPER-II
III SOCIAL SCIENCE (MINOR) 1 PAPER-I SOCIAL SCIENCE (MINOR) PAPER-II
IV SOCIAL SCIENCE (MINOR) 2 PAPER-I SOCIAL SCIENCE (MINOR) 2 PAPER-II
V LAW OF TORTS AND CONSUMER PROTECTION MAJOR LEGAL SYSTEMS
VI LEGAL METHODS AND SOCIAL SCIENCE RESEARCH METHODOLOGY LAW OF CONTRACT – I
THIRD SEMESTER FOURTH SEMESTER
I ENGLISH – 3 FOREIGN LANGUAGE
II SOCIAL SCIENCE (MAJOR) PAPER-III SOCIAL SCIENCE (MAJOR) PAPER-IV
III SOCIAL SCIENCE (MINOR) I PAPER-III SOCIAL SCIENCE (MINOR) 2

PAPER-III

IV JURISPRUDENCE – I JURISPRUDENCE – II
V CONSTITUTIONAL LAW – I CONSTITUTIONAL LAW – II
VI LAW OF CONTRACT – II (SPECIAL CONTRACTS) PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW
  FIFTH SEMESTER SIXTH SEMESTER
I SOCIAL SCIENCE (MAJOR) PAPER (V) SOCIAL SCIENCE (MAJOR) PAPER (VI)
II ADMINISTRATIVE LAW FUNDAMENTALS OF IPR s
III CRIMINAL LAW – I (SUBSTANTIVE LAW) TAXATION LAW
IV CRIMINAL LAW – II (PROCEDURAL LAW) CIVIL PROCEDURE
V FAMILY LAW – I FAMILY LAW – II
VI COMPANY LAW ENVIRONMENTAL LAW



 

SPECIALIZATION  GROUPS

NOTE: IT IS ADVISED THAT A STUDENT SHOULD CONTINUE WITH THE SAME GROUP AS OPTED IN THE FIRST SIX SEMESTERS.

HOWEVER IT WILL REMAIN OPEN TO THE STUDENT TO OPT FOR DIFFERENT SPECIALIZATIONS  FROM SEVENTH SEMESTER 

SEMESTER   BUSINESS LAWS CRIMINAL LAW INTERNATIONAL LAW CONSTITUTIONAL LAW
SEVENTH I LAB OUR AND INDUSTRIAL LAW-I LABOUR AND INDUSTRIAL LAW-I LABOUR AND INDUSTRIAL LAW-I LABOUR AND INDUSTRIAL LAW-I
II LAW OF EVIDENCE LAW OF EVIDENCE LAW OF EVIDENCE LAW OF EVIDENCE
III BANKING LAW GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF CRIMINAL LAW INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS COMPARATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL LAWS
IV MERGERS, ACQUISITIONS AND COMPETITION SOCIO-ECONOMIC OFFENCES INTERNATIONAL LAW AND GLOBAL GOVERNANCE LAW OF WRITS
V LAW AND PRACTICE RELATING TO COPY RIGHT AND TRADE MARK CYBER CRIMES AND IT OFFENCES HUMANITARIAN AND REFUGEE LAW LEGISLATIVE POWERS  UNDER THE CONSTITUTION OF INDIA
VI PROJECT REPORT AND MOOT COURT PROJECT REPORT AND MOOT COURT PROJECT REPORT AND MOOT COURT PROJECT REPORT AND MOOT COURT
EIGHTH I LABOUR AND INDUSTRIAL LAW‑II LABOUR AND INDUSTRIAL LAW-II LABOUR AND INDUSTRIAL LAW-II LABOUR AND INDUSTRIAL LAW-II
II PROPERTY LAW PROPERTY LAW PROPERTY LAW PROPERTY LAW
III INSURANCE LAWS TRANSNATIONAL ORGANIZED CRIMES INTERNATIONAL LABOUR ORGANIZATION AND LABOUR LAWS SERVICE LAWS
IV CORPORATE TAX LAWS CRIMINOLOGY PENOLOGYAND INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC LAW CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS
V LAW AND PRACTICE RELATING TO PATENT, DESIGN AND GEOGRAPHICAL INDICATION INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW AND INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT ROLE OF JUDICIARY IN PROTECTION OF CONSTITUTIONAL AND HUMAN RIGHTS
VI PROJECT REPORT AND MOOT COURT PROJECTS REPORT AND MOOT COURT PROJECTS REPORT AND MOOT COURT PROJECTS REPORT AND MOOT COURT
NINTH I LAW OF EQUITY TRUST, LIMITATION AND REGISTRATION LAW OF EQUITY, TRUST, LIMITATION AND REGISTRATION LAW OF EQUITY, TRUST, LIMITATION AND REGISTRATION LAW OF EQUITY, TRUST, LIMITATION AND REGISTRATION
II CLINICAL LEGAL EDUCATION (ALTERATIVE  DISPUTES RESOLUTION) CLINICAL LEGAL EDUCATION (ALTERNATIVE DISPUTES RESOLUTION) CLINICAL LEGAL EDUCATION (ALTERNATIVE DISPUTES RESOLUTION) CLINICAL LEGAL EDUCATION (ALTERNATIVE DISPUTES RESOLUTION)
III FINANCIAL MARKET REGULATIONS ADMINISTRATION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE (CUSTODIAL) INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL LAW INTERPRETATION OF STATUTES
IV INTERNATIONAL TRADE LAW AND INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIALARBITRATION FORENSIC AND SCIENTIFIC INVESTIGATION OF CRIME INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS LAW FEDERALISM AND LOCAL SELF GOVERNMENT
V INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT, VALUATION AND SECURITY JUVENILE JUSTICE AND PROBATION OF OFFENDERS DOUBLE TAXATION CONSTITUTIONAL PROTECTION OF THE UNDER-PRIVILEGED
VI PROJECT REPORT AND MOOT COURT PROJECT REPORT AND MOOT COURT PROJECT REPORT AND MOOT COURT PROJECT REPORT AND MOOT COURT
TENTH I CLINICAL LEGAL EDUCATION (DRAFTING, PLEADINGS, CONVEYANCING AND PROFESSIONAL LEGAL ETHICS) CLINICAL LEGAL EDUCATION (DRAFTING, PLEADING, CONVEYANCING AND PROFESSIONAL LEGAL ETHICS) CLINICAL LEGAL EDUCATION (DRAFTING, PLEADING, CONVEYANCING AND PROFESSIONAL LEGAL ETHICS) CLINICAL LEGAL EDUCATION (DRAFTING, PLEADING, CONVEYANCING AND PROFESSIONAL LEGAL ETHICS)
II CLINICAL LEGAL EDUCATION (PUBLIC INTEREST LAWYER ING, LEGAL AID AND PARA LEGAL SERVICES ) CLINICAL LEGAL EDUCATION (PUBLIC INTEREST LAWYRING, LEGAL AID AND PARA LEGAL SERVICES ) CLINICAL LEGAL EDUCATION (PUBLIC INTEREST LAWYERING, LEGAL AID AND PARA LEGAL SERVICES ) CLINICAL LEGAL EDUCATION (PUBLIC INTEREST LAWYERING, LEGAL AID AND PARA LEGAL SERVICES )
III CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY ADMINISTRATION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE (NON-CUSTODIAL) INTERNATIONAL INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW ELECTION LAWS
IV INVESTMENT LAWS COMPARATIVE CRIMINAL PROCEDURE AND EVIDENCE LAW OF THE SEA EMERGING TRENDS – (RTI, MEDIA LAWS, CIVIL SOCIETY AND PUBLIC GRIEVANCE, CITIZENSHIP AND EMIGRATION LAWS
V LAW RELATING TO BIO-DIVERSITY, BIO-TECHNOLOGY AND BREEDERS’ RIGHTS PRACTICE AND PLEADINGS IN CRIMINAL LAW INTERNATIONAL DISPUTE RESOLUTION BODIES PARLIAMENTARY PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE
VI PROJECT REPORT AND MOOT COURT PROJECT REPORT AND MOOT COURT PROJECT REPORT AND MOOT COURT PROJECT REPORT AND MOOT COURT

Delhi University LLB Syllabus

Subjects and Courses of Study for LL.B.

LL.B. I Term: (New Course)

Compulsory Subjects
LB 101: Jurisprudence-I (Legal method, Indian Legal System, and Basic Theory of
Law).
LB 102: Principles of Contract (General Principles).
LB 103: Law of Torts (Nature, General Principles, General Defenses, specific Torts,
Motor Vehicle Accidents and Consumer Protection Laws).
LB 104: Law of Crimes: Indian Penal Code (Specific offences and General Principles).
LB 105: Family Law-I (Hindu Law of Marriage, Adoption & Maintenance, Minority
and Guardianship, Muslim Law of Marriage, Divorce and Dower &
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Tamil Nadu National Law School LLB Syllabus

2018

B.A., LL.B.(Honours) Degree Course

YEAR
SEMESTER
SUBJECT NAME YEAR
SEMESTER
SUBJECT NAME
I year
I sem
  1. Legal Methods
  2. Law of Torts
  3. English – I
  4. Sociology – I
  5. Political Science – I
II sem
  1. Law of Contracts – I
  2. Sociology – II
  3. English – II
  4. History – I
  5. Political Science – II
II year
III sem
  1. History II
  2. Economics I
  3. Law of Contracts II
  4. Family Law I
  5. Constitutional Law I
IV sem
  1. Economics II
  2. Jurisprudence
  3. Law of Crimes I(Indian Penal Code)
  4. Family Law II
  5. Constitutional Law II
V sem
  1. Company Law I
  2. Property Law
  3. Political Science III
  4. Labour Law I
  5. Administrative Law
VI sem
  1. Company Law II
  2. International Law
  3. Law of Crimes II ( Code of criminal Procedure)
  4. Labour Law II
  5. Judicial Process and Interpretation of Statutes
IV year
VII sem
  1. Civil Procedure Code
  2. Environmental Law
  3. Intellectual Property Rights Law
  4. Seminar Class (optional Subjects)
  5. Clinical I (Professional Ethics)
VIII sem
  1. Taxation Law
  2. Seminar Class (optional Subjects)
  3. Insurance Law
  4. Human Rights Law
  5. Clinical II (Alternate Dispute Resolution)
V year
IX sem
  1. HC-1
  2. HC-2
  3. HC-3
  4. HC-4
  5. Clinical III (Drafting,Pleading Conveyance)
X sem
  1. HC-1
  2. HC-2
  3. HC-3
  4. HC-4
  5. Clinical IV (Moot Court Exercise)

Total subjects :  50

Law Subjects Social Science Subjects
Law : 38 Political Science : 4 Compulsory : 20
Non-Law 12 Economics : 2 Optional : 6
Sociology : 2 Hon’s course : 8
History : 2 Clinical : 4
English : 2 Total 38
Total 12

B.Com.,LL.B.(Honours) Degree Course

YEAR
SEMESTER
SUBJECT NAME YEAR
SEMESTER
SUBJECT NAME
I year
I sem
  1. Business English
  2. Financial Accounting
  3. Business organization and Management
  4. Leagl Methods
  5. Law of Torts
II sem
  1. Business Communictaion
  2. Political Science
  3. Business Economics and Marketing
  4. Human Resource Management
  5. Law of Contracts-I
II year
III sem
  1. Financial Service and Market
  2. Corporate Accounting
  3. Law of Contracts II
  4. Family Law I
  5. Constitutional Law I
IV sem
  1. Business Statistics & operation Research
  2. Jurisprudence
  3. Law of Crimes I(Indian Penal Code)
  4. Family Law II
  5. Constitutional Law II
V sem
  1. Auditing
  2. Company Law I
  3. Property Law
  4. Labour Law I
  5. Administrative Law
VI sem
  1. Cost Management and Accounting
  2. Public International Law
  3. Law of Crimes II ( Code of criminal Procedure)
  4. Labour Law II
  5. Law of Evidence
IV year
VII sem
  1. Civil Procedure Code
  2. Environmental Law
  3. Intellectual Property Rights Law
  4. Seminar Class (optional Subjects)
  5. Clinical I (Professional Ethics)
VIII sem
  1. Taxation Law
  2. Seminar Class (optional Subjects)
  3. Insurance Law
  4. Human Rights Law
  5. Clinical II (Alternate Dispute Resolution)
V year
IX sem
  1. HC-1
  2. HC-2
  3. HC-3
  4. HC-4
  5. Clinical III (Drafting,Pleading & Conveyance)
X sem
  1. HC-1
  2. HC-2
  3. HC-3
  4. HC-4
  5. Clinical IV (Moot Court Exercise)

Total subjects: 50


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Who are competent to take admission for LLB Degree in Pakistan

PAKISTAN BAR COUNCIL LEGAL EDUCATION RULES, 2015

section 4. Admission to LL.B. class:

(i) A person having passed the examination of Higher Secondary Education i.e. Intermediate [or equivalent], shall be eligible for admission to 1st year of
(5 years) LL.B. programme.

[Provided that a person having passed his Bachelor degree examination during 2015-16, will be eligible to apply for admission to 1st year of (previous 3 years) LL.B. programme in morning classes, only in the year 2016, with a recognized University, in its main campus, as specified by the Pakistan Bar Council for which the concerned University will be allocated 100 seats in addition to 100 seats earlier allocated].

[(ii)] Admissions to LL.B. (1st year) shall be on merits.

(iii)] Subject to the provisions of sub-rules (i), (ii) and (iii) above, 5 percent seats shall be reserved for the sons/daughters of Advocates who shall compete for admission in order of merit inter se.

(iv) A candidate shall not be eligible for admission to LL.B. if he.

(i) has been convicted of an offence involving moral turpitude; or

(ii) has been dismissed or removed from service of Government, any local Authority or institution incorporated by the Government under any statute, for corruption or misconduct.

[(v)] The University or the law college will furnish complete list of students admitted to LL.B. programme, to the Pakistan Bar Council within one month of admission with necessary particulars of each student for registration with the Pakistan Bar Council along with registration fee of each student @ Rs. 1000/-”.

SYLLABUS FOR 3 YEARS LL.B. COURSE OF BALASORE LAW COLLEGE [ODISHA]

LAW LIBRARY

SYLLABUS FOR 3 Years LL.B. COURSE  UNDER F.M. UNIVERSITY

LLB 1st Semester Total Marks – 500

Paper – I Jurisprudence (Compulsory ) Marks – 100
Paper –II Law Of Contract-I (Compulsory ) Marks – 100
Paper –III Law Of Crimes – IPC (Compulsory ) Marks – 100
Paper – IV Code Of Criminal Procedure (Compulsory ) Marks – 100
Paper – V Constitutional Law Of India-I (Compulsory ) Marks – 100

LLB 2nd Semester Total Marks – 500

Paper – I Law Of Contract-II Marks – 100
Paper – II Law Of Evidence Marks – 100
Paper – III Family Law (Hindu Law) Marks – 100
Paper – IV Law Of Tort & CP Act. (Compulsory) Marks – 100
Paper – V Constitutional Law Of India-II (Compulsory) Marks – 100

LLB 3rd Semester Total Marks – 500

Paper – I Environmental Law (Compulsory) Marks – 100
Paper – II Public International Law (Compulsory) Marks – 100
Paper – III Family Law – II, Mohd. Law (Compulsory) Marks – 100
Paper – IV Professional Ethics and Professional Accountability and Bench Bar Relationship (Compulsory Clinical) Marks – 100
Paper – V Arbitration, Conciliation and Alternative Dispute Resolution (Compulsory Clinical ) Marks – 100

LLB 4th Semester Total Marks – 500

Paper – I Property Law (Compulsory ) Marks – 100
Paper – II Administrative Law (Compulsory ) Marks – 100
Paper – III Company Law (Compulsory ) Marks – 100
Paper – IV Human Rights & International Humanitarian Law (Opt Paper-I) Marks – 100
Paper – V Banking Law and N.I. Act. (Optional Paper-II) Marks – 100

LLB 5th Semester Total Marks – 500

Paper – I CPC & Limitation (Compulsory ) Marks – 100
Paper – II Labour and Industrial Law-I (Compulsory ) Marks – 100
Paper – III Criminology, Penology and Victimology (Opt – I) Marks – 100
Paper – IV Law of Insurance and Carriage (Optional Paper-II) Marks – 100
Paper – V Drafting, Pleading & Conveyancing (Clinical Compulsory) Marks – 100

LLB 6th Semester Total Marks – 500

Paper – I Principle of Taxation (Compulsory ) Marks – 100
Paper – II Labour and Industrial Law-II (Compulsory ) Marks – 100
Paper – III Intellectual Property Law (Optional ) Marks – 100
Paper – IV RTI & Media Law (Optional ) Marks – 100
Paper – V MOOT COURT & Internship (Clinical Compulsory) Marks – 100


GRAND TOTAL MARKS- 3000

Age restriction for taking admission in LL.B course in India

Revive of age restriction under Clause 28 of Legal Education Rules 2008

 BCI:D:1519 (LE:Cir.-6)                                                           Date: 17.09.2016

  1. Vice-Chancellor/Registrar,

         of all the Universities

  1. Principal,

       of all the Law College

Sub. : Revive of age restriction under Clause 28 of Legal Education Rules 2008.

Sir(s),

 It is to inform you that Clause 28 of Schedule III of Legal Education Rules 2008 which deals with age restriction for taking admission in LL.B course was notified in the Gazette of India vide Part-III, Section 4, New Delhi on 21-27 March, 2009. As per Clause 28, upper age limit for admission in LL.B three year course was 30 years and for LL.B five-year course was 20 years. The relevant clause is given below:-

Age on admission:

 “(a) Subject to the condition stipulated by a University on this behalf and the high degree of professional commitment required, the maximum age for seeking admission into a stream of integrated Bachelor of law degree program, is limited to twenty years in case of general category of applicants and to twenty-two years in case of applicants from SC, ST and other Backward communities.

 (b) Subject to the condition stipulated by a University, and the general social condition of the applicants seeking legal education belatedly, the maximum age for seeking admission into a stream of Three Year Bachelor Degree Course in Law, is limited to thirty years with right of the University to give concession of five further years for the applicant belonging to SC or ST or any other Backward Community.”

Subsequently, Bar Council of India has withdrawn Clause 28 vide resolution No. 200/2013 thereby age restriction was removed for admission in LL.B three year and five-year course. Later on, withdrawal of Clause 28 was challenged before the Madurai Bench of the Hon’ble High Court of Madras in WP No. 9533/2015. The Hon’ble High Court was pleased to allow the petition and held that withdrawal of Clause 28 by the Bar Council of India was illegal. Subsequently, Bar Council of India challenged the aforesaid decision of the High Court of Madras before the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India and Hon’ble Supreme Court dismissed the Special Leave Appeal (Civil) 33742 of 2015 by its Order dated 11.12.2015.

Resultantly, after the order of Hon’ble High Court and Hon’ble Apex Court, the rule under Clause 28 of Legal Education Rules 2008 has been restored.

Therefore, you are requested to kindly comply with the provision of Clause 28 of Legal Education Rules 2008.

This is for your information and necessary action.

Yours sincerely,

(Ashok Kumar Pandey)

Joint Secretary

 

4 Years Bachelor of Laws LLB-Glasgow Caledonian University-Syllabus

Bachelor of Laws-LLB (Hons)-Certificate of Higher Education & Diploma of Higher Education LLB by Glasgow Caledonian University
Glasgow campus -Full-time course
The University adopted a new Strategy for Learning in 2013 which is designed to run up to 2020.

Year 1

Introduction to Legal Systems and Study, Criminal Law and Evidence, Public Law, Scots Law: Human Rights, The State and Accountability, Obligations, Trusts, Succession and Family Law

Year 2

Commercial Law, Skills for Legal Employment, EU Law, Law for the Built and Natural Environment, Contemporary issues in risk management

Year 3

Jurisprudence and Social Theory, choice of Law options

Year 4

Honours Dissertation, choice of Law options


PROGRAMME STRUCTURES
Level-1
Introduction to Legal Systems & Study
Obligations
Trusts, Succession & Family Law
Public Law
Scots Law: Human Rights, the State & Accountability
Criminal Law & Evidence
Level-2
Commercial Law
Skills for Legal Employment
Law for the Built & Natural Environment
EU Law
Contemporary
Issues in
Risk Management
Level-3
Jurisprudence and Social Theory
Plus:
FOUR
law options
and
Language
OR
International Exchange (Trimester B)
Level 2 Law
Option
Housing & Welfare Law
Level 3 Law Options
Communications Law & Regulation
Employment Law
Health Care Law & Ethics
Immigration and Asylum Law
International Economic Law
Mediation & Mooting
Professional Links
Sports Law
The Internet: Law and Business
Level final
Law Dissertation; plus Three Law Options and Language or Open Option
Honours Law Options
Advanced Health Care Law & Ethics
Competition Law
Contemporary Issues in Delict
Contract Negotiation & Drafting
Evidence and Forensic Identification
Foundations of Law, Human Rights and the Public Interest
International Contract Law
The Law of International Trade

The University contact details

Glasgow Caledonian University
Cowcaddens Road
Glasgow
G4 0BA
Scotland, UK

Central switchboard:

T: +44 (0)141 331 3000
F: +44 (0)141 331 3005

 



National Law University Odisha (NLUO) SYLLABUS-LLB

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMME

In pursuit of its goal of promoting integrated knowledge, National Law University Odisha (NLUO) offers co-operative learning opportunities. The undergraduate degree in law integrates liberal arts (B.A.) and managerial excellence (B.B.A.) courses into the stipulated five years.

NLUO, at the moment, offers the following five year integrated undergraduate programme namely- B.A.LL.B. and B.B.A.LL.B

The Course Structure of Undergraduate Programme:

Semester BA Law BBA
1st Law and Language Legal Methods Law and Language
Legal History Law of Torts Legal History
Science of Politics Principles and Practices of Management
Architecture of Social Life Introduction to Political Science
2nd Law, Literature and Films Constitution 1 Law, Literature and Films
  Microeconomics Contract 1 Basic Principles of Accounting
  Contemporary Political Discourse Introduction to Sociology
 
Sociology of Social Issues & Debates Organizational Behaviour
3rd Sociology of Social Transformation Constitution 2 Cost and Management Accounting
  Macroeconomics Contract 2 Business Economics
  Global Politics and Governance Human Resource Management
  Basic Principles of Accounting Fundamentals of Marketing Mangement
4th Economic Development and Planning in India Public International Law Corporate Accounting
  Organizational Behaviour Corporate Law 1 Strategic Management
  Criminal Law-1
  Cr.PC
5th Corporate Law- 2
  Criminal Law-2
  CPC
  Evidence
  Jurisprudence
  Administrative Law
6th Legal Aid and PIL
  Personal Laws 1
  Interpretation of Statutes
  Direct Taxation
  IPR
  Banking
7th Labour Laws 1
  Personal Laws 2
  Environmental Law
  Indirect Taxation
  ADR Clinic 2
  Transfer of Property
8th Labour Laws 2
  International Trade Law
  Conflict of Laws
  Insurance
  Seminar Course 1
  Seminar Course 2
9th Trial and Appellate Advocacy
  Information Technology Law
  Mergers and Acquisitions
  Seminar Course 3
  Seminar Course 4
  Seminar Course 5
10th Professional Ethics
Human Rights
Law and Enterpreneurship
Seminar Course 6
Seminar Course 7
Seminar Course 8

BHU LLB 3 YEARS SYLLABUS

LL.B. (Hons.) I-Semester
Constitutional Law-I
Law of Contract
Law of Torts including MV Accident and Consumer Protection Laws
Law of Crimes-I (Indian Penal Code).
Public International Law
Professional Ethics & Professional Accounting System
English Language(Compulsory Language Paper)*
English Language (Compulsory Language Paper)* will be a qualifying paper to earn the degree of LL.B. (Hons.). Its marks will not be calculated for the purpose of SGPA/CGPA
 LL.B. (Hons.) II-Semester
Constitutional Law-II
Special Contract
Law of Crime-II (Criminal Procedure Code)
Civil Procedure Code and Limitation Act
Evidence
Drafting, Pleading and Conveyancing
 
LL.B. (Hons.) III-Semester
Jurisprudence
Family Law I (Hindu Law)
Property Law
Administrative Law
Environmental Law
Moot Court
 
LLB. (Hons.) IV-Semester
Family Law II (Muslim Law)
Company Law
Labour and Industrial Laws I
Alternate Dispute Resolution
Electives
Group-A
Intellectual Property Rights Law and IPR Litigation
International Organisation
Interpretation of Statutes
Group-B
International Human Rights
Gender Justice and Feminist Jurisprudence
Land Laws Including Tenure and Tenancy System
A student has to offer one course each from the above Code No.LBHE 221 to 223 and LBHE 224 to 226 in the IV-Semester.
 LL.B. (Hons.) V-Semester
Electives
Group-A
Banking Law
Criminal Sociology
Principles of Taxation Laws
Group-B
Information Technology Law
Private International law
Labour and Industrial Laws II
Group-C
Comparative Constitution
Right to Information
Special Contract
Direct Taxation
General Agreement on Tariff and Trade
Trade in Intellectual Property Law
Offences Against Child and Juvenile Justice
Women and Criminal Law
Copyright including Neigbouring Rights
Other Forms of Intellectual Property    Rights
Humanitarian and Refugee Law
Maritime Law
(i) A student has to offer one course each from the above Code No. LBHE 311 to 313 and LBHE 314 to 316. in the V-Semester.

(ii) A student  has to offer any four courses out of Code No.LBHA 311 to LBHM 311in the V-Semester.

LL.B. (Hons.) VI-Semester
Electives
Group-A
Health Law
Penology and Victomology
Equity and Trust
Group-B 
Insurance Law
Competition Law
Forensic Science
Group-C
Indian Federalism
Human Rights Law and Practice
Bankruptcy and Insolvency Law
Indirect Taxation
Anti-Dumping and Countervailing Duty
Trade in Services and Emigration Law
White Collar Crimes
International Criminal Law
Trademark & Designs
Patent Law
International Environmental Law
Law of Sea and International River
Note: (i) A student has to offer one course each from (a) LBHE 311 to 323 and (b) LBHE 324 to 326;

(ii) A student has to offer Four courses out of LBHA 321 to LBHM 321, corresponding to the Four Courses offered in V-Semester (LBHA 311 to LBHM 311) as per the following table

 

L.B. V-Semester LL.B. VI-Semester
Code No. Course Code No. Course
LBHA 311 Comparative Constitution LBHA 321 Indian Federalism
LBHB 311 Right to Information LBHB 321 Human Rights Law and Practice
LBHC 311 Special Contract LBHC 321 Bankruptcy and Insolvency Law
LBHD 311 Direct Taxation LBHD 321 Indirect Taxation
LBHF 311 General Agreement on Tariff and Trade LBHF 321 Dumping and Countervailing Duty
LBHG 311 Trade in Intellectual Property Law LBHG 321 Trade in Services and Emigration Law
LBHH 311 Offences Against Child and Juvenile Justice LBHH 321 White Collar Crimes
LBHI 311 Women and Criminal Law LBHI 321 International Criminal Law
LBHJ 311 Copyright including Neigbouring Rights LBHJ 321 Trademark & Designs
LBHK 311 Other Forms of Intellectual Property    Rights LBHK 321 Patent Law
LBHL 311 Humanitarian and Refugee Law LBHL 321 International Environmental Law
LBHM 311 Maritime Law LBHM 321 Law of Sea and International River

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