Knowledge of Law is essential in every walk of life because the social setup of any country is built & regulated by some norms of behavior from the very beginning of social life which are either codified in legislative enactment or judicial precedents or social customs. Every action of an individual society, any association or organization is regulated & controlled by several kinds of legislation. Every resident of a nation is bound to have the knowledge of the law of the land because the latin maxim speaks- Ignorantia legas non excusat (ignorance of law is no excuse) imparting legal education by educational institutions is an attempt to this end.
This course familiarizes students intimately with the teaching methodologies and legal research of both national and international characters keeping in view the different types of legal systems, especially in Common Law traditions as well as Civil Law system as practiced in India. It enables students capable of analyzing and examining the economic, cultural and political impact of enacted laws. The course fosters study and research into legal theory and values; examines the relationship between theory and practice; and enhance opportunities for scholarly research, writing, and publication.
This course provides insight into the policy initiatives within the framework of the Constitution and integrates legal studies with aspects of governance. The course is designed not only with the objective of encompassing knowledge of law but also to teach subjects like English, Sociology, Economics, Political Science and History. These courses help to understand how central and state governments function and how legislations are enacted and enforced. The students get a strong footing for undertaking professional legal education and to have a competitive acumen. The mains objectives are:-
- To equip students with a sound understanding of the foundations of legal knowledge.
- To offer students the opportunity to study law from an extensive catalogue of optional subjects, covering the entire range of legal knowledge.
- To develop students analytical and research skills, equipping them with the generic skills they will need in their future careers.
- To expose students to a wide range of disciplinary approach to legal study, encouraging them to reflect on the complexity of legal practice.
Our innovative B.A.LL.B program will give you the skills needed to solve global challenges in an international corporate environment, while working at top law firms, major corporations and organizations worldwide. Our approach to legal education through a comparative methodology makes this program truly unique. Study of law provides a professional qualification in the field of law. A person who has obtained a degree in law has wide prospects of career viz
- Advocate – From lower court to the Apex court.
- Legal Advisor – In private & corporations.
- Legal Assistants – A cadre in the government to deal with legal cases against the government.
- Public Prosecutor – A cadre to plead criminal cases in the various courts on behalf of the government.
- Judicial Services – Through compitition (H.J.S. ; D.J.S. ; R.J.S. etc) for all states. Law may be opted as an optional paper in competitive exams- like IAS , IPs , IFS , RAS , HCS , PCS etc.
- Legal education gives immense value to the law graduates for various fields.
- Legal practice or advice
- In-house Counsel
- Government sector
- Non-government sector
- Private sector
- Finance and Business
- Academic Institutions
- Public policy
The eligibility criteria will vary depending on various factors. Provided below are the criteria that need to met for the given course.
For National Students
- 10+2 or its equivalent with minimum 50% marks
For International Students
- The eligibility criterion for all programs for international applicants is minimum 50% in the qualifying examination and having studied the pre-requisite subjects for admission in to the desired program.
The program syllabus is drafted in such a way that the students are prepared for their professional field. Various aspects of the field are covered neatly and at length so that overall development is ensured. With this kind of curriculum, the students gain much more than just the theoretical knowledge of the area. The aspirants are made capable in a manner that they will be left with multiple choices of career in the concerned field.
|01.||General English-I(Grammar and Usage, Vocabulary and Writing Skills)|
|02.||Political Science-I (Political Theory)|
|04.||Applications of Computer in Law|
|05.||Law of Torts (Incl. Motor Vehicle Act,1988)|
|06.||Law of Contract-I (General Principles)|
|01.||English –II (Communication Skills, Writing Skills and an Introduction to English Literature)|
|02.||Political Science-II (Political Analysis)|
|04.||Legal and Constitutional History|
|05.||Law of Consumer Protection and Competition|
|06.||Law of Contract-II (Special Contracts)|
|01.||English-III (Vocabulary, Advanced Writing Skills and An Introduction to Research Methodology)|
|02.||Political Science-III (International Relations & Organizations)|
|04.||Constitutional Law of India – I|
|06.||Public International Law|
|01.||Economics-I (Introduction to Economics)|
|02.||Political Science –IV (Comparative institutions)|
|03.||Sociology-I (Basics of Sociology)|
|04.||Law of Crimes (I.P.C.)|
|05.||Constitutional Law of India-II|
|02.||Political Science-V (Indian Politics)|
|03.||Family Law -I|
|04.||Criminal Law -I|
|05.||Labour & Industrial Law -I|
|06.||Company Law & Corporate Governance|
|01.||Economics –III (Law & Economics)|
|02.||Political Science-VI (Foreign Policy of India)|
|04.||Criminal Law -II|
|05.||Labour & Industrial Law-II|
|06.||Administrative Law and Right to Information|
|07.||Seminars on Legal Issues-I|
|01.||Sociology- II (Indian Sociology)|
|02.||Civil Procedure Code -I|
|03.||Law of Evidence|
|04.||Interpretation of Statute and Principles|
|05.||Human Rights law and Practices
International Trade Law
|06.||Clinic Course -I (Professional Ethics, Accountancy for Lawyer and Bench Bar Relation)|
|01.||Sociology-III (Civil Society and Public Grevience)|
|02.||Civil Procedure Code-II|
|03.||Principle of Taxation Law|
|04.||Intellectual Propoerty Right
Investment and Security Law
|05.||Gender Justice and Faminist
|06.||Compulsary Clinic Course- II (Alternative Dispute Resolution)|
|01.||Land laws including Ceiling and other local Laws|
|02.||Law relating to Equity trust and specific Relief|
|03.||Banking Law including Negotiable Instrument Act
Biological Diversity Law
|04.||Criminology, Penology and Victiminology
International Criminal Law
|05.||Law relating to local Self government and Panchayat Administration
Citizenship and Immigration Law
|06.||Compulsary Clinic Course-III (Practical Training : Drafting, Pleading and Conveyance)|
|02.||Law of Insurance
law relating to Bankruptcy and Insolvancy
|03.||Conflicts of Laws
|04.||International Technology Law (Cyber Law)
Air and Space Law
|05.||Law Relating to Juvenile Justice and Probation of Offenders
|06.||(Compulsary Clinical Course -IV) Moot Court and International|
How to Apply
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