Paper 9 Law and Social Transformation in India
Objectives of the Course: This course is designed to create awareness in the students who are the future generations of India about the Indian approach to social and economic problems and to address the remedial measures through Law as a n instrument of social control and change. Further, it aims to create awareness in the minds of t students and taught to explore and exploit the significance of law and legal institutions as a means of development within the framework of law. Such an approach certainly creates not only an in depth understanding about the mechanism of law but also able to appreciate the nuances of the institution of India and the philosophy with which the Constitutional Framers made a Sovereign, Democratic and, Republic.
Paper 10 Law, Science and Technology
Objectives: The aim of the course is to introduce in brief to the student about the developments in the field of Science and Technology and the relationship between Law and Science and Technology. The paper further seeks to explore some specific aspects t test the possible interactions, controversies and their interrelationships between both the aspects. Fur r, it focuses on the relationship between Human Rights and Science and Technology and the need t regulate science and technology in order to preserve the basic concept of sustainable development.
Paper 11 Private International Law
Private international Law or otherwise popularly referred to as conflict of Laws is an auxiliary component part of Public International Law. In this area, the Laws and regulations deal with private aspects in which Public International Law is not able to deal with them individually. In the era of the fourth phase of globalization and the expanding horizons of science and technology, it is almost certain that nation-states and their individuals cannot live in isolation.
Every state is interested to compete in the international arena especially in the economic and commercial front. In such case, mostly the states and their individuals try to expand their trading relations across the World. When uch individualist and corporate and states join together to compete in the promotion of their economic might through commerce, it is inevitable that disputes may arise on many issue . With that objective keeping in mind and the futuristic trading perspectives of the world especially that of India, the syllabi in this paper is concentrating only on the commercial front and the problems connected to it.
Though traditionally Private International Law deals all aspects including the family and personal relations of the individuals, the syllabi is restricted to give a touch to the student with the commercial aspects in tune with the policy of department to offer only International Law and Business Law Branches.
Paper 11 Consumer Law
Objective: To obtain an insight into the provisions and working of the Consumer Protection law.
Paper 12 Optional
(The students of both Clusters have to choose one paper from the options offered by the P.G. Department of the College or from any other Faculty (such as Arts, Commerce, and Management etc.) P. G. Departments of Affiliated Colleges of Savitribai Phule Pune University subject to condition that the optional paper chosen by the Student from other Faculties of P.G. Departments of Affiliated of Colleges should be relevant to the subject of their study and this can be done with the approval of College P.G. Departmental committee)
Paper 13 International Law Cluster, Principles of International Economic Law
Objectives of the Course: In this fourth phase of globalization, the significance of International Economic Law is increasingly directly concerned with the individual, t e trader and the investor, and the international financiers. Hence in order to equip the student with the policy perspectives and political nuances of the international regime the object of the course is to introduce the student to know the fundamental implications of Economics and its impact on Law and the functioning of the International Economic Institutions, policy perspectives.
Paper 13 Banking and Negotiable Instruments Act
In any economy, banks play a vital role. The developmental aspects and the objects of the State to a greater extent are discharged by the banking companies through various services. In the contemporary era of the fourth phase of gloablisation, the significance and role of the banking companies is increased in various ways and means. Taking into consideration of the significant role played by banks and the need to their regulation and the services offered by them need to study in detail. Hence this paper introduces to the student the various aspects relating to banking especially their social obligations and the legal regulation and the control of the state.
Paper 14 Optional
(The students of both Clusters have to choose one paper from the options offered by the P.G. Department of the College or from any other Faculty (such as Arts, Comme ce, and Management etc.) P. G. Departments of Affiliated Colleges of Savitribai Phule Pune University subject to condition that the optional paper chosen by the Student from other Faculties of P.G. Departments of Affiliated of College should be relevant to the subject of their study and this can be done with the approval of College P.G. Departmental committee)