LL.B. Three Year Course


Examination shall be of 100 marks and of 3 hours duration.

LL.B. Ist Year
Compulsory Papers :

Paper 1.1. : Constitutional Law

Paper 1.2. : Law of Torts and Consumer Protection Act 2019

Paper 1.3. : Family Law – I (Hindu Law)

Paper 1.4. : Family Law – Ii (Mohammedan Law)

Paper 1.5. : Law of Contract [General Principles and Specific Relief Act, 1963]

Paper 1.6. : Special Contracts [Sale of Goods Act, 1930, Indian Partnership Act, 1932, Limited Liability Partnership Act, 2008]

Paper 1.7. : Legal Language, Legal Writing and General English

Paper 1.8. : Legal and Constitutional History of India

Practical Papers:

Paper 1.9. : Public Interest Lawyering, Legal Aid, Para-Legal Services and Moot Court Viva-Voce Examination

LL.B. IInd Year
Compulsory Papers :

Paper 2.1. : Jurisprudence

Paper 2.2. : Law of Crimes (Indian Penal Code, 1860)

Paper 2.3. : Transfer of Property Law (Act of 1882) and The Indian Easements Act, 1882

Paper 2.4. : Company Law and The Competition Act, 2002

Paper 2.5. : Public International Law and Human Rights

Paper 2.6. : Labour and Industrial Laws

Paper 2.7. : Principles of Taxation Law

Practical Papers:

Paper 2.8 : Mediation, Conciliation And Arbitration

Paper 2.9. : Professional Ethics & Professional Accounting System

Practical Paper :
2.9 Public Interest Lawyering, Legal Aid and Para Legal Services.

LL.B. IIIrd Year
Compulsory Papers :

Papers 3.1. : Law of Evidence

Papers 3.2. :  The Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973, Juvenile Justice Act, 2015 and Probation of Offenders Act, 1958.

Papers 3.3. :  The Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 and Limitation Act, 1963.

Papers 3.4. :  Legal Language, Legal Writing including General English and Interpretation of Statutes.

Papers 3.5. :  Trust, Equity and Fiduciary Relationship Optional Paper: (Any One) 3.6 (A) Criminology and Penology

Optional Paper :

Papers 3.6. :  (B) Intellectual Property Law

Papers 3.6. :  (C) Law of Medicine

Papers 3.7. :  Land Laws 3.8 Human Rights and Practice

Practical Papers:

Papers 3.9. :  Arbitration, Conciliation and alternative Disputes Resolution System.

Papers 3.10. :  Drafting, Pleading, Conveyancing and Moot Court trial.

LL.M.

LL.M. Part-I Examination

Paper 1.1.: Law and Social Transformation in India

Paper 1.2. : Constitutional Law of India and New Challenges

Paper 1.3. : Judicial Process

Paper 1.4. : Legal Theory and Human Rights Philosophy

Paper 1.5. : Legal Education and Research Methodology

LL.M. Part-II Examination

Branch VI- Criminal Laws

Paper 2.1.: Criminology and Criminal Justice Administration

Paper 2.2.: Penology and Victimology

Paper 2.3.: Privileged Class Deviance and Juvenile Delinquency

Paper 2.4.: Cyber Crimes Paper 2.5.: Dissertation and Aanandam

Examination and Teaching Scheme

a) Dissertation (Written Part) 50 Marks

Sequence of Pages: Cover Page/ Certificate/ Declaration/ Acknowledgment/ Preface/ Abbreviations/Table of Cases/ Contents/ Main Text/ Bibliography/ Appendixes Note- The Students are advised to refer to the samples but in no case it should limit the creativity in writing. All the sample pages are based on the minimum requirements of a standard dissertation as well as imaginary particulars. The standard Bluebook Citation should be followed in making the Dissertation.

b) Aanandam (Written Project) 30 Marks

The student shall submit minimum 10 Projects each of 03 Marks as per the subjects. The course is designed to engage students in acts of goodness like caring, sharing, giving time and energy, and taking up a group project for serving the local community. This dedicated work will be noted in a diary or register to maintain records. Besides encouraging students to do an individual act of goodness, which will also be recorded in the register/diary; One Community Service Project is what has been prescribed as the subject syllabus. The mentors who are none other than faculty members will maintain a register to record which will be submitted to the college at the end of the session before one month of the annual examination.

c) Viva – Voce 20 Marks

The 10 Projects submitted in Part (b) shall be evaluated by one Internal and one External Examiner and the decision of External Examiner shall be final and binding.