The college offers 2 courses:
1. LL.B. – 3 Years (After graduation)
2. LL.B./B.L.S. -5 Years (After Class XII)

SEMESTER-WISE SUBJECTS

For B.L.S.

The Students will be examined in the following papers of 100 marks in each of the semesters mentioned below:

First Year

Semester I

English – I 100 Marks
Logic – I 100 Marks
Economics 100 Marks
Semester II
History 100 Marks
Political Science – I 100 Marks
Legal Writing & Legal Language 100 Marks
Marketing Strategies and Plans

Second Year

Semester III

Political Science – II 100 Marks
Sociology 100 Marks
History of Courts 100 Marks
Semester IV
English – II 100 Marks
Logic – II 100 Marks
Political Science – III 100 Marks

For B.L.S. & LL.B. both

The Students will be examined in the following papers of 100 marks in each of the semesters mentioned below:

Third Year of B.L.S. (Semester – V) & First Year of LL.B. (Semester – I)

1. Labour Laws 100 Marks
2. Contract – I:
a. General Principle of Contract 1872 (Secs 1-75) 60 Marks
b. Specific Relief Act 1963 40 Marks
3. a. Torts 70 Marks
b. Consumer Protection Laws 30 Marks
4. Legal Language Including Legal Writing & General English 100 Marks

Third Year of B.L.S. (Semester – VI) & First Year of LL.B. (Semester – II)

1. Law of Crimes:
a. Criminal Jurisprudence 30 Marks
b. Indian Penal Code 1860 70 Marks
2. Constitutional Law:
a. Civil Rights Act 15 Marks
b. Constitutional Law of India 85 Marks
3. Family Law – I:
a. Mohammedan Law 35 Marks
b. Indian Divorce Act and Christian Marriage Act 15 Marks
c. Indian Succession Act (Sec.1 – 166 only) 35 Marks
d. Parsi Marriage and Divorce Act 15 Marks
4. Environmental Laws 100 Marks
5. Practical Training – I:
Professional Ethics, Advocacy for Lawyers, Bar Bench Relations, The Contempt Law & Practice, Selected Opinions of the Disciplinary Committee of Bar Council & Major Judgements of the Supreme Court on the Subject 100 Marks

 

Fourth Year of B.L.S. (Semester – VII) & Second Year of LL.B. (Semester – III)

1. Administrative Law 100 Marks
2. Family Law – II 100 Marks
3. a. Transfer of Property Act 1882 85 Marks
b. Easement Act 1882 15 Marks
4. Company Law 100 Marks

Fourth Year of B.L.S. (Semester – VIII) & Second Year of LL.B. (Semester – IV)

1. Jurisprudence 100 Marks
2. Contract – II:
a. Indian Contract Act (Secs 124-238) 40 Marks
b. Indian Partnership Act 1932 30 Marks
c. Sale of goods Act 1930 30 Marks
3. Land Law 100 Marks
4. Any one paper from the following:
i) Criminology    ii) Taxation Laws   iii) Bankruptcy Laws 100 Marks
5. Practical Training – II 100 Marks

 

 

Fifth Year of B.L.S. (Semester – IX) & Third Year of LL.B. (Semester – V)

1. a. Civil Procedure Code 85 Marks
b. Indian Limitation Act 15 Marks
2. a. Criminal Procedure Code 1973 70 Marks
b. Probation of Offenders Act 1958 15 Marks
c. Juvenile Justice Care and Protection of Children Act 2000 15 Marks
3. a. Interpretation of Statutes 85 Marks
b. General Clauses Act 15 Marks
4. Public International Law & Human Rights:
a. Human Rights Laws 30 Marks
b. Public International Law 30 Marks
c. Human Rights in International Law 40 Marks

Fifth Year of B.L.S. (Semester – X) & Third Year of LL.B. (Semester – VI)

1. Alternate Dispute Resolution System 100 Marks
2. Law of Evidence (Indian Evidence Act 1872 read with the interpretation  & Technology Act 2000) 100 Marks
3. Optional Papers:
Any two from the following papers:
a. Banking and Negotiable Instruments Act 100 Marks
b. Law of Insurance 100 Marks
c. Intellectual Property Law 100 Marks
d. Conflict of Laws 100 Marks
e. Law:
Relating to Women 50 Marks
Relating to Children
f. Law and Medicine 100 Marks
4. Practical Training – III:
Drafting, Pleading and Conveyancing 100 Marks
4. Practical Training – IV:
Moot Court, Pre-Trail Preparations & Participation in Trail Procedures 100 Marks