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LL.B. (HONS.)

SIX – SEMESTER LL.B. THREE YEAR (HONOURS)

DEGREE COURSE

 

Detailed Syllabus

  1. STRUCTURE
  2. LL.B (Hons.) Degree shall be awarded to candidates on successful completion of a six semester programme of study. The total intake of          Students in the Programme is 384.
  3. Admission, studies, examinations, continuance from semester to semester, promotion and declaration of results for the LL.B (Hons.)   Degrees are given in the following ordinances.
  4. LL.B (Hons.) Programme will have courses of 216 credits in six semesters, as given below:

I-Semester

Course Category

Credit

No. of Courses

Total Credits

Core Course (Theory)

6

6

36

Compulsory Language Courses

3

1

3

Total Credits in I-Semester

36+3

 

II-Semester

Course Category

Credit

No. of Courses

Total Credits

Core Course (Theory)

6

5

30

Core Course (Activity Based)

6

1

6

Total Credits in II-Semester

36

 

 

III-Semester

Course Category

Credits

No. of Courses

Total Credits

Core Courses (Theory)

6

5

30

Activity Based Course

6

1

6

Total Credits in III-Semester

36

 

IV-Semester

Course Category

Credits

No. of Courses

Total Credits

Core Courses (Theory)

6

4

24

Electives

6

2

12

Total Credits in IV-Semester

36

 

V-Semester

Course Category

Credits

No. of Courses

Total Credits

Core Courses (Theory)

Electives

6

6

36

Total Credits in V-Semester

36

 

VI-Semester

Course Category

Credits

No. of Courses

Total Credits

Electives

6

6

6

Total Credits in VI-Semester

36

Total Credit requirement for LL.B

216+3

 

 

The semester-wise details of Courses/Credits are given below:

Code No.

LL.B. (Hons.) I-Semester

Nature of Course

Credits

VBUL

111

Constitutional Law-I

Core

6

VBUL

112

Law of Contract

Core

6

VBUL

113

Law of Torts including MV Accident and Consumer Protection Laws

Core

6

VBUL

114

Law of Crimes-I (Indian Penal Code).

Core

6

VBUL

115

Public International Law

Core

6

VBUL

116

Jurisprudence

Core

6

VBUL

117

English Language (Compulsory Language Paper)*

Compulsory

3

NOTE: English Language (Compulsory Language Paper)* will be a qualifying paper to earn the degree of LL.B (Hons.). Its marks will not be calculated for the purpose of SGPA/CGPA

 

 

Code No.

LL.B. (Hons.) II-Semester

Nature of Course

Credits

VBUL

121

Constitutional Law –II

Core

6

VBUL

122

Special Contract

Core

6

VBUL

123

Law of Crime-II (Criminal Procedure Code)

Core

6

VBUL

124

Civil Procedure Code and Limitation Act.

Core

6

VBUL

125

Evidence

Core

6

VBUL

126

Drafting, Pleading and Conveyancing

Core

6

 

 

 

Code No.

LL.B. (Hons.) III-Semester

Nature of Course

Credits

VBUL

211

Professional Ethics & Professional Accounting System

Core

6

VBUL

212

Family Law I (Hindu Law)

Core

6

VBUL

213

Property Law

Core

6

VBUL

214

Administrative Law

Core

6

VBUL

215

Environmental Law

Core

6

VBUL

216

Moot Court

Core

6

 

Code No.

LL.B. (Hons.) IV-Semester

Nature of Course

Credits

VBUL

221

Family Law II (Muslim Law)

Core

6

VBUL

222

Company Law

Core

6

VBUL

223

Labour and Industrial Law I

Core

6

VBUL

224

Alternate Dispute Resolution

Core

6

Electives

Group-A

VBULE

221

Intellectual Property Rights Law and IPR Litigation

Electives

6

VBULE

222

International Organisation

Electives

6

VBULE

223

Interpretation of Statutes

Electives

6

Group-B

VBULE

224

International Human Rights

Electives

6

VBULE

225

Gender Justice and Feminist Jurisprudence

Electives

6

VBULE

226

Land Laws Including Tenure and Tenancy System

Electives

6

Note:    A student has to offer one course each from the above Code No. VBULE 221 TO 223 and VBULE 224 to 226 in the IV-Semester.

       

 

 

 

Code No.

LL.B. (Hons.) V-Semester

Nature of Course

Credits

Electives

Group-A

VBULE

311

Banking Law

Electives

6

VBULE

312

Sociology and Law

Electives

6

VBULE

313

Principles of Taxation Laws

Electives

6

Group-B

VBULE

314

Information Technology Law

Electives

6

VBULE

315

Private International Law

Electives

6

VBULE

316

Labour and Industrial Laws II

Electives

6

Group-C

VBULA

311

Comparative Constitution

Electives

6

VBULB

311

Right to Information

Electives

6

VBULC

311

Special Contract

Electives

6

VBULD

311

Direct Taxation

Electives

6

VBULF

311

General Agreement on Tariff and Trade

Electives

6

VBULG

311

Trade in Intellectual Property Law

Electives

6

VBULH

311

Offences Against Child and Juvenile Justice

Electives

6

VBULI

311

Women and Criminal Law

Electives

6

VBULJ

311

Copyright including Neighbouring rights

Electives

6

VBULK

311

Other Forms of Intellectual Property Rights

Electives

6

VBULL

311

Humanitarian and Refugee Law

Electives

6

VBULM

311

Maritime Law

Electives

6

        

Note:

(i) A     student has to offer one course each for the above Code No. VBULE 311        to 313 and VBULE 314 to 316 in the V-Semester.

(ii) A student has to offer any four courses out of Code No. VBULA 311 to      VBULM 311 in the V-Semester.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   

Code No.

LL.B. (Hons.) VI-Semester

Nature of Course

Credits

Electives

Group-A

VBULE

321

Health Law

Electives

6

VBULE

322

Penology and Victomology

Electives

6

VBULE

323

Socio-Economic Offences

Electives

6

Group-B

VBULE

324

Insurance Law

Electives

6

VBULE

325

Competition Law

Electives

6

VBULE

326

Election Law

Electives

6

Group-C

VBULA

321

Indian Federalism

Electives

6

VBULB

321

Human Rights Law and Practice

Electives

6

VBULC

321

Bankruptcy and Insolvency Law

Electives

6

VBULD

321

Indirect Taxation

Electives

6

VBULF

321

Anti-Dumping and Countervailing Duty

Electives

6

VBULG

321

Trade in Services and Emigration Law

Electives

6

VBULH

321

White Collar Crimes

Electives

6

VBULI

321

International Criminal Law

Electives

6

VBULJ

321

Trademark & Designs

Electives

6

VBULK

321

Patent Law

Electives

6

VBULL

321

International Environmental Law

Electives

6

VBULM

321

Law of Sea and International River

Electives

6

Note:

     (i)         A student has to offer one course each from (a) VBULE 311 TO    

                 323 and (b) VBULE 324 to 326;

     (ii)       A student has to offer Four courses out of VBULA 321 to

                 VBULM 321, corresponding to the Four Courses offered in V-

                 Semester (VBULA 311to VBULM 311) as per the following table.  

        

LL.B. V-Semester

LL.B. VI-Semester

Code No.

Course

Code No.

Course

VBULA

311

Comparative Constitution

VBULA

321

Indian Federalism

VBULB

311

Right to Information

 

VBULB

321

Human Rights Law and Practice

VBULC

311

Special Contract

 

VBULC

321

Bankruptcy and Insolvency Law

VBULD

311

Direct Taxation

VBULD

321

Indirect Taxation

VBULF

311

General Agreement on Traffic and Trade

VBULF

321

Dumping and Countervailing Duty

VBULG

311

Trade in Intellectual Property Law

VBULG

321

Trade in Services and Emigration Law

VBULH

311

Offences Against Child and Juvenile Justice

VBULH

321

White Collar Crimes

VBULI

311

Women and Criminal Law

VBULI

311

International Criminal Law

VBULJ

311

Copyright including Neighbouring Rights

VBULJ

311

Trademark & Designs

VBULK

311

Other Forms of Intellectual Property Rights

VBULK

311

Patent Law

VBULL

311

Humanitarian and Refugee Law

VBULL

311

International Environmental Law

VBULM

311

Maritime Law

VBULM

311

Law of Sea and International River

 

III.    SCHEME OF LL.B. (HONS.) PROGRAMME

                  The details corresponding to schemes of courses in     different subjects are given under respective subjects in LL.B    (Hons.) syllabus.

 

  1. SYSTEM OF EXAMINATION

Examination System:

         Each course shall be of 100 marks. For evaluation, the overall structure of the distribution of marks in a theory based course shall be such that 30 marks are allotted to various assessments during the semester, while 70 marks shall be allotted for the end semester examinations. For core, elective and activity based compulsory courses; the examination system would be different as per details given under:

  1. Theory Course:

Following scheme of examination shall be applicable for theory courses:

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