The BA-LLB (Hons.) Program

The BA-LLB (Hons.) Program



Faculty of Law offers 5 years full time BA-LLB (Hons.) Programs which are approved by Bar Council of India (BCI).

Duration
Five(5) Years

Eligibility
Pass with 45% and above aggregate marks in Class XII or equivalent in any discipline (Best of the 5 subjects including English). Scores of Common Law Admission Test (CLAT), Law School Admisson Test (LSAT) and the ICFAI Law School Admission Test (ILSAT 2017) will be given weightage. Students appearing for final examinations and awaiting results are also eligible for admission.Applicants should not be more than 20 years of age as on the day of commencement of the program, ie., August 01, 2017. However, the changes if any made to age limitation by the BCI from time to time will be followed.

Program Structure
The curriculum is most contemporary and innovatively designed and developed in association with academicians and professional experts, and as per the guidelines of Bar Council of India. The programs are organized into ten semesters spread over five years. There are legal internships after every year. Every semester comprises of 18 weeks in which 2 weeks are allotted for conducting mid-semesters and end-semester tests.


Program Structure for 5-years BA-LLB (Hons.) Program
Year I
Semester-I Semester-II
English Legal and Constitutional History
Sociology - I Sociology - II
Micro Economics Macro Economics
IT Applications Political Science - II
Political Science - I Special Contracts
General Principles of Contract Law of Torts and Consumer Protection
Jurisprudence and Interpretation of Statutes Clinical Course - I (Moot Court)
Legal Internship - I
Year II
Semester-III Semester-IV
Introduction to Psychology Clinical Psychology
Political Science - III Foreign Language (German / Spanish / French)
Indian Economy Introduction to Philosophy
Indian Penal Code Law of Evidence
Constitutional Law - I Constitutional Law - II
Family Law - I Family Law - II
Clinical Course - II (Drafting, Pleading and Conveyancing) Clinical Course - III (Professional Ethics, Accounting for Lawyers and Bar-Bench Relations)
Legal Internship - II
Year III
Semester-V Semester-VI
Social Work Rural Development
Indian Heritage and Culture Entrepreneurship and Skill Development
Law of Property and Easement Administration of Natural Resources
Intellectual Property Rights Criminal Procedure Code
Civil Procedure Code and Law of Limitation Administrative Law
Industrial and Labour Laws - I Industrial and Labour Laws - II
Alternative Dispute Resolution Clinical Course - IV (ADR)
Legal Internship - III
Year IV
Semester-V Semester-VI
Company Law - I Company Law - II
Land Laws Mergers and Acquisitions
Public International Law Cyber Law
Environmental Law Banking and Insurance Law
Elective - I Elective - IV
Elective - II Elective - V
Elective - III Elective - VI
Legal Internship -IV
Year V
Semester-IX Semester-X
Law of Securities and Investment Human Rights and Humanitarian Law
International Trade Law Law of Medicine and Health
Tax Laws - I Tax Laws - II
Honours Course - I Honours Course - V
Honours Course - II Honours Course – VI
Honors Course – III Honors Course – VII
Honors Course – IV Honors Course – VIII
Legal Internship - V

The program structure is tentative and subject to change, if required.
Elective Courses

Elective – I ((Law and Society)
  • NGOs and Law
  • Population, Public Health and Law
  • Law on Food Safety and Security
Elective - II (Law and Economy)
  • Economic Policy and Sustainable Development
  • Law on Investment and Disinvestment
  • Law on Infrastructure Development
Elective – III (International Law)
  • Private International Law
  • International Criminal Law and International Criminal Court
  • International Dispute Resolutions

Elective – IV (Law and Agriculture)
  • Farmers and Breeders Rights
  • Law on Micro-finance and Micro-insurance
  • Law on Agricultural Finance and Infrastructural Development
Elective – V (Crimes & Criminology)
  • Criminal Psychology
  • Forensic Science
  • Financial and Systemic Frauds
Elective – VI (Constitutional Law)
  • Gender Justice
  • Media Law
  • Judicial Institutions in India: The Law, The Courts and the Judicial Process
Honor’s Courses
Constitutional Law
  • Legal and Constitutional History of India
  • Comparative Constitution – US, India and UK
  • Local Self-Governments, Gram Panchayat and Municipal Administration
  • Law on Education
  • Right to Information and Law
  • Legislative Drafting
  • Indian Federalism and Judicial Independence
  • Freedom of Press and Expression
Alternative Dispute Resolution
  • Negotiation and Mediation
  • Conciliation and Arbitration
  • International Arbitration
  • Lok Pal and Lok Ayukta
  • Online Dispute Resolution
  • Ombudsman System
  • International Institutions and Grievance Redressal Mechanism
  • Family Dispute Resolution
International Law
  • Law relating to Regional Trade Agreements
  • Transboundary Exports, Imports and Anti-dumping Law
  • WTO
  • Maritime Law
  • Law of the Aviation
  • International Environmental Law
  • International Labor Organization and Labor Law
  • International Criminal Law and Criminal Court
Intellectual Property Rights
  • International Regime
  • Copyright Law
  • Law of Patents
  • Law of Trademarks and Service Marks
  • Traditional Knowledge, GI and Farmer Rights
  • Intellectual Property: Industrial Designs
  • IPR Valuation and Management
  • IPR Protection and Technology