|Focuses on acquainting students with the nature of English language, grammatical structures, vocabulary and morphology. To make students understand the practical use of legal language and reasoning along with the core English literature like drama, poetry and short stories.
|Enabling the students to comprehend the functioning of state, society as a political community and the role of an individual from the political and multidisciplinary aspect which in turn plays an important role in drafting legislations.
|Analyzing the Macro-Economic as well as Micro-Economic principles which work in the economy for maximisation of production and welfare of the economy using theories of welfare; studying the Indian Economy since independence and the trends of important macro-economic parameters for the past.
|Introducing the study of the existing social institution, tradition and culture by shedding light upon the social relations in Indian Society. To make students realise that law is a form of social control and learn the importance of social aspect in law making.
|Application of learning substantive procedural legislation, as well as the composition of pleadings such as establishment of suit.
|Interpreting and assessing legal and social issues, as well as ensuring that these issues are resolved through the application of the relevant laws and rules.
|Instilling civic principles such as rights and responsibilities, and putting these values into practise through legal and judicial processes in order to promote communal welfare.
|Students are made capable of carrying out responsibilities and meeting standards of established legal processes for which ethical principles and professional ethics through the Advocate’s Act, 1961, etc. are instilled.
|In the context of a greater legal change, students are made aware of engaging in an autonomous, established and prevailing study methodology.
|Application of Legal Knowledge- A student is better able to apply his or her legal knowledge and provide solutions to legal issues.
|Strengthening Research—the ability to conduct minor/major research components and assist students in pursuing higher education.
|Problem-solving skills and critical analysis of case laws- acquiring legal knowledge allows the student to solve problems more effectively by using what they’ve learned, as well as critically analyse case laws.
|Judicial service, often known as the judiciary, is a curriculum that prepares students to work in the government’s third wing, the judiciary.
|Building rapport and establishing oneself – enables the learner to work in tandem with other legal practitioners, which in turn aids in the build-up of rapport with senior lawyers and other legal practitioners in the area, as well as creating a strong foothold in the field.
|Continuity in the learning process- learners can also engage in research and add to the learning process instilling a sense of professionalism- learners gain professionalism via the study of law, which allows them to put their legal knowledge to greater use.
|Wide range of career opportunities – one of the most significant advantages of this programme is that it provides young professionals with a wide range of employment options.
|Opportunity to take competitive examinations- This curriculum also prepares them to take competitive examinations in the future.