First Year B.A.LL. B-Sem I
1. The purpose of the course is to acquaint the students with the nature of the English language and its grammatical concepts.
2. This course focuses on strengthening the students’ syntactical competence so as to bring quality and correct grammatical constructions in their writing and it is also meant to train them on how to study for various purposes.
General Principles of Political Science
1. This Course focuses on understanding the basic concepts, theories, functioning of the State, scope of political science, and its interrelationship with other disciplines.
2. The purpose of this course is to acquaint the students with the functioning of State and Government, structure, organization, and principles of political Parties as a vital element of democratic machinery.
General Principles of Economics
1. This course helps to acquaint students with the basic concept of economics and to apply economics reasoning to the problems of society.
2. This course also teaches some basic fundamental principles of economics and exposes students of Law to economics.
General Principals of Sociology
1. The purpose of the course is to acquaint the students with sociology as a social science and the distinctiveness of its approach among the social science.
2. The course focuses on the Significance of sociology in society and its impact and relationship on law and the importance of social aspects in law-making.
First Year B.A.LL. B – Sem II
English for Law
1. This course is intended to familiarize the students with the correct pronunciations of words and to acquaint them with the role of meanings of words and their interpretation in.
2. This course also intends to make the students familiar with the basic idea of law and its nature.
1. This course focuses on the evolution and usage of these concepts, ideas, and theories with reference to individual thinkers both historically and analytically.
2. It helps to understand the need to emphasize the continuing relevance of these concepts today and explains how ideas and theory of yester years gains prominence in contemporary political theory.
3. This course intends to critically analyze differences in ideological standpoints with regard to concept and theoretical perspectives in order to understand their continuity and change.
Macro Economics, Policies and Practice
1. This course focuses on understanding basic concepts of Macro Economics and studying the behaviour of the economy.
2. This course helps to understand macroeconomic policies to solve economic problems.
Theoretical Perspectives of Sociology
1. This course is intended to familiarize the students with the social, political, economic, and intellectual contexts in which sociology emerged as a distinctive discipline and has had a significant influence on the legislative framework law.
2. This helps to develop an understanding of some of the classical contributions in sociology, and their continuing relevance to its contemporary concerns.
Second Year B.A. LL.B.- Sem III
Legal Language & Legal Reasoning
1. The students will be given more exposure to the nature of legal language and the issues related to it in drafting legislation and legal documents.
2. It will acquaint the students with advocacy skills so much so as to bridge the gap between theoretical and practical knowledge and to strengthen and enhance their critical thinking.
3. It will introduce the students to logical reasoning and its use in law to set up good arguments.
Public Policy & Public Administration
1. Students will understand the basic concepts of administration.
2. It will make the students understand the evolution of Public Policy & Public administration and its need.
3. It will try to focus on different approaches to studying Public Administration and its various basic concepts which are taught to students in depth ways.
Theories of Development & Indian Economy
1. The students will get acquainted with the theories of economic growth.
2. Students will become aware of the important sectors of the Indian economy.
3. Analytical skills will be inculcated in the students focussed on the analysis of the Indian economy.
Society in India
1. Students will understand the plural Indian society.
2. The sociological perspective on Indian society will help students gain a better understanding of their own society and the continuity and change in Indian society.
Second Year B.A.LL. B- Sem IV
Law and Literature
1. The main object of this course is to instill human values and concern among students of law through exposure to literary texts.
2. This course also intends to strengthen the students’ listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills by using literature and to enable the students to analyze the case laws from the perspective of language.
1. This course deals with concepts and dimensions of international relations. It attempts an analysis of the different theories with a view to highlighting the major debates and differences within the different theoretical paradigms.
2. It focuses on the various aspects of conflict and conflict resolution through collective security and the role of the United Nations.
Law and Economics
The objectives of the course are:
1. To study the relationship between Law and Economics;
2. To know the significance of Economics in Law;
3. To understand the impact of Economics on Law.
Social Research Methods
1. This course aims to introduce basic Sociological approaches to research. It is an attempt to provide an understanding of the research process and techniques of data collection in social research.
2. It aims to acquaint the students with the quantitative and qualitative strategies of research.
3. This course aims to introduce scientific methods to understand social reality and social phenomena.
Third Year B.A.LL.B (Sem V) & First Year LL.B.( Sem I)
Legal and Constitutional History
1. This course intends to acquaint the students with the evolution of the legal system in India.
2. This course is designed with an objective to introduce students to the growth of Administrative, Judicial, and Legislative institutions in Colonial India.
3. This course will help students to get an appropriate insight into the present legal system.
Family Law I
1. This course intends to enlighten students about the history and development of the principles and provisions of different personal laws, and the sources from which these laws are derived.
2. It acquaints students about the laws applicable to family relations: marriage and divorce, maintenance, alimony, adoption and guardianship.
3. Study of this subject should enable the students to view family law not merely as a separate system of personal laws based upon religious beliefs, but as one cutting across religious lines, eventually enabling the fulfillment of the Constitutional directive of the Uniform Civil Code.
Law of Contract I
1. This course is designed to acquaint a student with the general conceptual and practical principles of contract, rules for the formation of contract, performance, and enforcement of contract remedies.
2. This course intends to impart the basic conceptual understanding among students which is the foundation of drafting and interpreting various contracts.
Law of Crimes
1. This course is designed with a prime objective to familiarize students with the principles of criminal liability and other concepts of substantive criminal law along with relevant case laws.
2. It is also meant to enable them to articulate informed opinions over important controversial issues in criminal law.
Fourth Year B.A.LL.B (Sem VIII) & LL.B.( Sem IV)
Labour & Industrial Law
1. This course will introduce the students’ jurisprudence of labor legislation.
2. It intends to make the students understand various concepts such as the rights and obligations of workers, union members, and employers in the workplace.
3. It will make students understand basic labor laws touching the lives of millions of people in this country.
1. The course aims to develop an analytical approach to understanding the nature of law and the development of the legal system.
2. This course creates an understanding of basic legal concepts like Rights Person, Property, Title, Possession, Ownership, Liability, and Obligation which are basic to the study of Law.
Law of Evidence
1. The objective of this course is to acquaint the students with various modes of Alternate Dispute Resolution Systems (ADR).
2. The goal of the course is to help the students to understand practically the various methods of resolving disputes under the ADR system, so that they can help their clients and society
3. The course covers the study of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, of 1996, the Legal Services Authority Act, of 1987, and a few international perspectives and enforcement of foreign awards.
Fifth Year B.A.LL.B.( Sem IX) & Third Year LL.B. ( Sem V)
Civil Procedure Code LC 0902 LC
1. Civil Procedure Code is subject to daily use by the courts and lawyers. Students cannot afford to have scant knowledge of civil procedure when he goes out to practice as a lawyer. It is necessary to have a good grounding in the subject before one enters the profession.
2. The main objective of this paper is to give a law student a thorough knowledge of procedural aspects of working of civil courts and other machineries.
Interpretation of Statutes
1. This paper aims to acquaint the students with basic principles of interpretation.
2. It focuses on general and specific rules of interpretation of statutes.
3. It prescribes the guidelines on the interpretation of remedial, penal, and taxing statutes.
4. It provides for internal and external aids for the interpretation of statutes. It also contains the rules regulating the commencement, operation, and repeal of statutes.
5. It prescribes the principles for the interpretation of Constitutional documents.
1. This course would equip the students with basic knowledge and skills to understand Environmental Law issues.
2. This course aims to create awareness among the students about the legislative measures for the protection of the environment and the spirit of the Indian Constitution for the protection of the environment.
3. It also provides opportunities for the students to understand the activist role played by the Indian Judiciary in the protection of the environment and the evolution of different principles such as the polluter pay principle, precautionary principle, inter-generational equity, and sustainable development.
4. The students would be familiar with the overall environmental legal regime of the country as well as its international obligations.
Practical Training Paper III – Drafting, Pleading and Conveyance
1. This course covers essential skills required of an Advocate and includes the skill of drafting conveyances and pleadings.
2. The subject of Conveyancing will enable a student to know the aspects of the drafting process, essential features of some transactions involving the transfer of property and contracts, as well as other documents that he would have to make for his clients. He will learn to address the interests of all parties to the transaction, and the need to protect to the best extent possible the interests of his own client as a transacting party.
3. The subject of Pleadings will alert the student toward the basic principles of drafting pleadings that state the case of his client.
International Economic Law
1. This course equips the student to get an overview of the economic legal scenario of states.
2. It will provide a broad outlook of nation-state relations in the field of the economic era,
Fifth Year B.A.LL.B.(Sem IX) & Third Year LL.B. (Sem V)
Code of Criminal Procedure, Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Acts, and Probation of Offenders Act
1. To give knowledge about the procedural aspect of the criminal law.
2. To familiarise students with the workings of the criminal justice delivery system and also to make them understand the significant riddles of the procedure.
3. To expose the students how the pre-trial, trial, and the students with organization of the functionaries under the Criminal Procedure Code, their powers, and functions.
4. To give ideas to the students with the organization of the functionaries under the Criminal Procedure Code, their powers and functions for effective implementation of the criminal justice system.
The Company Law
1. To understand the company law model in India.
2. To know the different bodies functioning to coordinate and manage company affairs in India.
3. To keep updated with the recent changes in the Companies Act, 2013.
4. To study the company law in detail which is essential for budding lawyers.
Practical Training, I: Moot Courts. Pre-Trial Preparations and Participation in Trial Proceedings
1. To give exposure to the student to apply all laws of the course in the practical.
2. To enable students to learn identifying facts, applying the law, deriving issues, oral presentation skills, organizing argument, and presenting it with persuasion.
3. To give practical exposure and experience of visiting court proceedings, and watching advocates conduct matters.
4. To provide court thrill in the moot court.
Practical Training-II: Drafting, Pleadings and Conveyancing
1. To understand the significance the drafting in the legal profession.
2. To develop the ability to draft effectively requires the development of skills of writing purposefully, articulation, legal research, and of qualities of language, its clarity and precision.
3. To introduce the student to these skills, and lead him through various basic documents that an Advocate would be called upon to prepare.
4. To enable a student to know the aspects of the drafting process, essential features of some transactions involving the transfer of property and contracts, as well as other documents that he would have to make for his client.
5. To learn to address the interests of all parties to the transaction, and the need for protecting to the best extent possible the interests of his own client as a transacting party.
6. To understand the process of pleadings, particularly the interplay between different substantive laws applicable to the case. He will also understand the application of principles of pleadings, the rules of procedure, and the mandatory contents in different categories of pleadings.