Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Laws

Eligibility for Admission in B.A.LLB

The candidate should have passed intermediate standard (10+2) with 45% marks for  General and OBC and 40% marks for SC/ST Candidates.

 

Eligibility for qualifying the Examination

To qualify the course, a student is required to secure 40% marks in individual paper and minimum of 45% marks in aggregate including the Semester Examination and Sessional Exam. A Candidate who secures less than 40%
marks in a course shall be deemed to have failed in that course. In case as student has secured more than 40% marks in a semester, but obtained less than 45% marks in a semester, he/she shall reappear in the course to achieve the required aggregate percentage (of 45%) in the semester.

Examination Pattern: Question Paper shall contain ten questions. Students have to attempt any five questions out of Ten questions. All questions shall carry equal marks (i.e. 14 marks/ question). There shall be two questions from each unit.

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1. Legal Methods
2. Law of Contracts-1
3. Tort Law and Consumer Protection
4. Principles of Sociology
5. Principles of Political Science
6. Micro Economics-1
1. Legal and General English
2. Sociology of Law
3. Micro Economics-2
4. Political Thoughts
5. Law of Contract-2
6. Legal History
1. Indian Society: Issues and Problems
2. International Relations
3. Macro Economics-1
4. Law of Crime-1 (IPC)
5. Constitutional Law
6. Public International Law
1. Sociological Thoughts
2. Macro Economics-2
3. Public Administration
4. Constitutional Law-2
5. Private International Law
6. Administrative Law
1. History-1
2. Principles of Organisation
3. Family Law-1 (Hindu Law)
4. Corporate Law-1
5. Labour and Industrial Laws-1
6. Environmental Law
1. History-2
2. Sociology of Crime and Deviance
3. Family Law-2
4. Corporate Law-2
5. Laws of Crime-2 (Cr.P.C.)
6. Law of Evidence
1. Property Law
2. Civil Procedure Code and Limitation Act
3. Land Laws
4. Human Rights
5. Jurisprudence
6. Clinical Course-1
1. Competitive Law
2. Intellectual Property Rights
3. Cyber Law
4. Trust Equity and Fiduciary Relationship
5. Alternative Dispute Resolution System
6. Clinical Course-2
1. Law of Banking and Insurance
2. Law of Taxation
3. International Trade Law
4. Gender and Law
5. Media Law
6. Clinical Course-3 (Pleading, Drafting, etc.)
1. Internship
2. Dissertation
3. Moot Court Exercise