First eight papers of LL.B. (Ist,IInd,IIIrd) year examination shall be of 100 marks and of 3 hours duration and the ninth paper (Practical paper) shall contain two parts-Part-A and Part-B, Shall be of 80 marks and of 3 hours duration and Part-B shall be of 20 marks.

LL.B. Ist Year
Compulsory Papers :
1.1 Contract - I (General Principles of Contract and consumer Protection Act, 1986)  
(as amended up-to date).
1.2 Contract - II (Specific Contracts), Sales of Goods Act, 1930, Indain Partnership Act, 1932 and Specific Relief Act 1963.          
1.3 Law of Torts & Motor Vehicle Act
1.4 Family Law-I (Hindu Law)
1.5 Family Law-II (Mohammedan Law)
1.6 Constitutional Law of India
1.7 Environmental Law

Optional Paper :
1.8 (a) Legal and Constitutional History of India

Practical Paper :
1.9 Professional Ethics, Lawyer's accountability and Bar Bench relations.

LL.B. IInd Year
Compulsory Papers :
2.1 Jurisprudence
2.2 Law of Crimes
2.3 Law relating to Transfer of property Act & Easement Act
2.4 Company Law
2.5 Public International Law and Human rights
2.6 Labour Laws
2.7 Administrative Law
Optional Paper :
2.8  (a)Taxation Law

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

LL.B. IIIrd Year
Compulsory Papers :
3.1 Law of Evidence
3.2 The code of Criminal Procedure, 1973. Juvenile Justice Act, 2000 and Probation of Offenders Act. 1958
3.3 The Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 and Limitation Act. 1963.
3.4 Legal Language. Legal Writing including General English and Interpretation of Statutes.
3.5 Trusts, Equity & Fiduciary Relationships

Optional Paper :
3.6 (a) Criminology & Penology
3.7 Arbitration, Conciliation and alternative Disputes Resolution System.
3.8 Land Laws

Practical Paper :
3.9 Drafting, Pleading, Conveyancing and Moot Court Trial


D.LL. (One Year Diploma Course in Labour Law, Labour Welfare and Personnel Management
R. 21B For the diploma course in Labour Law, Labour welfare and personnel Management, candidates must obtain for a pass at least 40% marks in individual papers and 48% in the total aggregate of the successful candidates. Those securing 60% or more marks in the ag­gregate shall by placed in the first division and rest in the second divi­sion. Each paper shall carry 100 Marks. A candidate may offer dissertation in lieu of a paper the dissertation shall be of 100 marks. It shall besubmitted in triplicate by the candidate. It shall be the candidate's own work carried out under theguid­ance of a teacher who is recognized by the university to guideresearch of law in an institution, where candidate is pursuing his studies.The dissertation shall be submitted so as to reach the registrar not later than 30days after the examination of diploma is over.

Paper I : Industrial relations and the law
Paper II :Labour welfare legislations and industrial sociology and labour welfare concept and philosophy of labour welfare
Paper III : Wages and social Security Legislation
Paper IV: Personnel Management and Industrial Psychology
Paper V: Labour Jurisprudence and the ILO
Paper VI: Labour economics and Labour statistics and organized and un-organized labour organizations.


LL.M. Part-I Examination
Paper I: Law & Social Transformation in India.
Paper II: Indian Constitutional Law: The New Challenges.
Paper III: Judicial Process.
Paper IV: Legal Research and Research Methodology.

LL.M. Part-II Examination
Branch I – International Law and Organization
Paper I International Law and Organization: Law, Practice and Future
Paper II : Disarmament and Peace Strategies
Paper III: International Humanitarian Law
Paper IV : International law and : Diplomacy and contemporary Issues
Paper V: Law of the Sea

Branch III- Business Law
Paper I: Law of Industrial and Intellectual Property.
Paper II: Legal Regulation of economic enterprises including export & import regulation.
Paper III: Banking Law
Paper IV: Insurance Law
Paper V: Corporate Finance

Branch IV- Human Rights Law
Paper I: Concept and Development of Human Rights
Paper II: Human Rights in International and Regional Perspective
Paper III: Human Rights: Enforcement Mechanism
Paper IV: Human Rights of Disadvantaged Groups: Women, Children, elderly Persons and Refugee  
Paper V: Science, Technology and Human Rights

Examination and Teaching Scheme
A candidate may offer dissertation in lieu of a paper at the LL.M. Part II examination . The dissertation shall be of 70 marks and viva- voce 30 mark. The dissertation shall be submitted in triplicate by the candidate. It shall be the candidate’s own work carried out under the guidance or supervision of a person who is recognized by the university to guide research of law in an institution. Where instruction is provided and where the candidate is pursuing his studies. The dissertation shall be submitted so as to reach the registrar not later than 30 days after the examination of LL.M. Part II are over. Students will have to appear before a board of Examination for viva-voce on the subject/topic of their submission. The Board of Ex­aminers will consist of one External Examiner and one Internal Exam­iner, The Examiners must have at least 7 years teaching Experience out of which 3 years PG classes teaching experience. A candidate who is declared failed at the LL.M. Part II Exami­nation may on his request, be exempted from fresh submission of dis­sertation atthe time of his subsequent appearance at the LL.M. Part II Examination, provided he had secured pass marks in Dissertation sub­mitted by him last time and provided further the examiner of the disser­tation or the Deanof the Faculty of Law of the University certifies that no important changes have been made in Law to justify a re-submis­sion and the revaluation of the dissertation, The candidate shall, by October Ist of the year preceding the examination send his request for exemption from fresh submission of dissertation, duly endorsed and forwarded by the Head of the Institution concerned. The University will as early as possible, inform the candidate about his exemption from resubmission of a fresh dissertation. An evaluated dissertation shall not be re-submitted for evaluation until the guideor the supervisor certifies that important changes of style, presentation of matter etc. have been incorporated in the dissertation which justify its evaluation.