Bachelor of Business Administration & 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 Contract-I
3.  Torts Law
4.  Micro Economics
5.  Financial Management
6.  Principles of Management
1. Legal and General English
2. Marketing Management
3. Business Organization & System
4.  Macro Economics
5. Law of Contract-II
6. Legal History
1.  Human Resource Management
2.  Business Accounting
3. Auditing
4.  Law of Crime –I ( (IPC)
5.  Constitutional Law
6.  Public International Law
1.  Cost Accounting
2. Management Accounting
3.  Consumer Behaviour
4.  Constitutional Law II
5.  Private International Law
6.  Administrative Law
1. Business Environment and E – Business
2. Organisation Behaviour
3.  Family Law – I (Hindu Law)
4.  Corporate Law I
5.  Labour and Industrial Laws – I
6.  Environmental Law
1.  Business Ethics and Communication
2. Banking Laws in India
3. Family Law II
4. Corporate Law II
5.  Laws of Crime – II (Cr.P. C.)
6.  Law of Evidence
1.  Property Law 4 2 0 20 10 30 70 100 4
2.  Civil Procedure Code  Limitation Act
3.  Land Laws
4.  Human Rights
5.  Jurisprudence
6.  Clinical Course I
1.  Competitive Law
2. Intellectual Property Rights
3. Cyber Law
4.  Trust Equity & Fiduciary Relationship
5.  Alternative Dispute Resolution System
6.  Clinical Course II
1.  Law of Banking and Insurance
2.  Law of Taxation
3.  International Trade Law
4.  Gender and Law
5.  Media Law
6.  Clinical Course III – Pleading, Drafting etc.
1.  Internship
2. Dissertation
3.  Moot Court Exercise and Internship (Practical)