B.A. LL.B. (Five-Year Course)


           Higher Secondary School Certificate Examination (10+2) or its equivalent with 45% marks. There shall be relaxation of 5% marks in case of SC/ST students. 
Bar Council rules for Eligibility of B.A. LL.B. (5 Year Law Course) as per Bar Council of India Legal Education Rules 2008, BCI Circular No. BCI: D: 1823/2010 dated 30-11-2010 and Circular No. 02/2010 dated 20-12-2010. 
Sec 5 (b) and explanation:- 
            Applicants who have obtained 10+2 higher secondary pass certificate or first degree certificate after prosecuting studies in distance or correspondence method are eligible for admission in the integrated five year course. 
Applicants who have obtained 10+2 or graduation/post graduation through open universities system, directly without having any basic qualification for prosecuting such studies are NOT ELIGIBLE for admission in law course.


First Year

           Semester I           Semester II
  1. General English
  2. General Principles of Political Science
  3. General Principles of Economics
  4. General Principles of Sociology
  1. English for Law
  2. Political Theories
  3. Macro Economics, Policies and Practice
  4. Theoretical Perspectives of Sociology

Second Year

(2003 Pattern) 
       Semester IIISemester IV
  1. Political Science II (Foundation of Political Obligation)
  2. Political Science III (International Relations and Organization)
  3. Law of Contract I
  1. Legal Language
  2. Legal History (History of Courts, Legislature and Legal Profession in India)
  3. Law of Contract II
(2007 Pattern) 
           Semester III         Semester IV
  1. Legal Language and Legal Reasoning
  2. Public Policy and Public Administration
  3. Theories of Development and Indian Economy
  4. Society in India
  1. Law and Literature
  2. International Relations
  3. Law and Economics
  4. Social Research Methods

Third Year

              Semester V           Semester VI
  1. Law of Crimes
  2. Family Law – I
  3. Labour Laws
  4. Optional Paper (Any One from the following)
    1. Trust, Equity and Fiduciary Relationships
    2. International Economic Law
    3. Woman and Law & Laws Relating to Child
    4. Criminology & Penology
  1. Law of Torts & Consumer Protection Act
  2. Constitutional Law
  3. Family Law – II
  4. Practical Training – III (Professional Ethics, Accountancy for Lawyers and Bar Bench Relations)

Fourth Year

        Semester VII         Semester VIII
  1. Law of Evidence
  2. Environmental Law 
    (including Laws for Protection of Wild Life and Other Living Creatures including Animal Welfare)
  3. Human Rights and International Law
  4. Arbitration, Conciliation and Alternative Disputes Resolution System
  1. Jurisprudence
  2. Property Law (including Transfer of Property Act and Easement Act)
  3. Practical Training – II (Public Interest Lawyering, Legal Aid and Para Legal Services)
  4. Optional Paper (Any One from the following)
    1. Comparative Law
    2. Law of Insurance
    3. Conflict of Law
    4. Intellectual Property Law

Fifth Year

            Semester IX            Semester X
  1. Code of Civil Procedure and the Limitation Act
  2. Administrative Law
  3. Interpretation of Statute
  4. Land Laws
  5. Moot Court and Pre-Trial Preparation
  1. Code of Criminal Procedure, Juvenile Justice Act and Probation of Offenders Act
  2. Company Law (Compaines Act 2013)
  3. Moot Court (Continued)
    Moot Courts, Pre Trial Preparations and Participation in Trial Proceedings – (To be conducted throughout the academic year, viva will be held at the conclusion of academic year).
  4. Drafting, Pleading and Conveyancing
  5. Optional Paper (Any One from the following)
    1. Taxation Laws
    2. Banking Laws including Negotiable Instruments Act
    3. Co-operative Law
    4. Investment and Securities Laws