Courses

LL.B. (3 Years Course)

LLB. - Bachelor of Legislative Law

Bachelor of Legislative Laws is an undergraduate Law Course. It is a 3 years Law course for those who missed the legal career opportunity after 12th. The teaching is conducted through the lecture method, practical and the class performance during the session and examination and is conducted through written papers, practical and viva-vove.

ELIGIBILITY: Minimum 45% in Graduation from a recognized University Board.

 

Subjects for LL.B - 3 Years

First Semester of LL.B (3 Yrs.)

1 Labour Laws
2 Law of Contract - I
3 Law of Torts & Consumer Protection
4 Legal Language including Legal Writing & General English
5 Practical Training – I

Second Semester of LL.B (3 Yrs.)

1 Law of Crimes
2 Constitutional Law
3 Family Law - I
4 Environment Law
5 D.P.C-I (DRAFTING, PLEADING AND CONVEYANCING)

Third Semester of LL.B (3 Yrs.)

1 Administrative Law
2 Family Law - II
3 Property Law
4 Company Law
5 Practical Training - II

Fourth Semester of LL.B (3 Yrs.)

1 Jurisprudence and Legal Theory
2 Contract - II
3 Land Laws
4 Optional Subject (a) Criminology (b) Taxation Laws (c) Laws of Insolvency
5 D.P.C- II (DRAFTING, PLEADING AND CONVEYANCING)

Fifth Semester of LL.B (3 Yrs.)

1 Civil Procedures Code
2 Criminal Procedure Code
3 Interpretation of Statutes
4 Public International Law & Human Rights
5 Practical Training- III

Sixth Semester of LL.B (3 Yrs.)

1 Alternate Dispute Resolution
2 Law of Evidence
3 Optional Subjects: (Any Two from the following Six Subjects)
(a) Banking & Negotiable Instruments Act (b) Law of Insurance (c) Intellectual Property Law
(d) Conflict Law (e) Law Relating to women & children (f) Law & Medicine
4 D.P.C- III (DRAFTING, PLEADING AND CONVEYANCING)