B.A.,LL.B.(HONS.) FIVE YEARS INTEGRATED DEGREE COURSE CURRICULUM

B.A.,LL.B. (HONS.) FIVE YEAR INTEGRATED COURSE
(SCHEME OF PAPERS)
[FOR ALL THE FORTHCOMING BATCHES W.E.F. 2013-2018]

First Semester: Compulsory Papers (6) Second Semester: Compulsory Papers (6)
Paper 1.1 English - I Paper 2.1
English - II
Paper 1.2
History - I Paper 2.2 History - II
Paper 1.3
Political Science - I Paper 2.3 Political Science - II
Paper 1.4
Sociology - I Paper 2.4 Sociology - II
Paper 1.5
Legal Methods and Social Sciences Research Methodology Paper 2.5 Comparative Legal Systems
Paper 1.6
Law of Torts and Motor Vehicles Act Paper 2.6 Consumer Protection Law
Third Semester: Compulsory Papers (6)
Fourth Semester: Compulsory Papers (6)
Paper 3.1
Economics - I Paper 4.1
Economics - II
Paper 3.2
History - III Paper 4.2 Constitutional Law - I
Paper 3.3
Political Science - III Paper 4.3
Family Law - I
Paper 3.4
Sociology - III Paper 4.4 Indian Penal Code
Paper 3.5
Contract - I Paper 4.5 Contract - II
Paper 3.6
Jurisprudence - I Paper 4.6 Jurisprudence - II
Fifth Semester: Compulsory Papers (6)
Sixth Semester: Compulsory Papers (6)
Paper 5.1
Economics - III Paper 6.1 Environmental Law
Paper 5.2
Constitutional Law - II Paper 6.2 Administrative Law
Paper 5.3
Family law - II Paper 6.3 International Law
Paper 5.4
Criminal Procedure Code Paper 6.4 Civil Procedure Code and Limitation
Paper 5.5
Corporate Law - I Paper 6.5 Labour and Industrial Law
Paper 5.6
Property Law Paper 6.6 Fundamentals of Intellectual Property Law
Seventh Semester:
Eighth Semester
Paper 7.1 Law of Evidence Paper 8.1 Principles of Legislation and Interpretation of Statutes
Paper 7.2 Conflict of Laws Paper 8.2 Land Laws
Paper 7.3
Drafting, Pleading, Conveyancing Paper 8.3 Alternative Disputes Resolution System
Paper 7.4 Banking and Finance Laws Paper 8.4 Insurance Laws
Paper 7.5
Corporate Law - II Paper 8.5 Merger, Aquisition and Competition Laws
Paper 7.6 Taxation Law - I Paper 8.6 Taxation Law - II
Ninth Semester
Tenth Semester
Paper 9.1 Air and Space Law / Cyber Law / Information Technology Law Paper 10.1 Law and Medicine / Law Relating to Child and Woman / Law and Poverty
Paper 9.2 Law of Equity, Trusts, Suit Valuation and Registration Paper 10.2 International Trade Law
Clinical Legal Education Paper Clinical Legal Education Paper
Paper 9.3 Public Interest Lawyering, Legal Aid and Para Legal Services Paper 10.3 Professional Legal Ethics, Accountancy and Bench Bar Relations
Paper 9.4 Optional - I Paper 10.4 Optional - I
Paper 9.5 Optional - II Paper 10.5 Optional - II
Paper 9.6 Project Report and Moot Paper 10.6 Project Report and Moot
Specialization Group A Specialization Group A
Business and Intellectual Property Law Business and Intellectual Property Law
Two Papers + Project Report and Moots Two Papers + Project Report and Moots
Specialization Group B Specialization Group B
Constitutional and Administrative Law Constitutional and Administrative Law
Two Papers + Project Report and Moots Two Papers + Project Report and Moots
Specialization Group C Specialization Group C
Consumer Protection and Environment Law Consumer Protection and Environment Law
Two Papers + Project Report and Moots Two Papers + Project Report and Moots
Specialization Group D Specialization Group D
Criminal Law and Criminology Criminal Law and Criminology
Two Papers + Project Report and Moots Two Papers + Project Report and Moots
Specialization Group E Specialization Group E
Human Rights and International Law Human Rights and International Law
Two Papers + Project Report and Moots Two Papers + Project Report and Moots

NOTE:
In each of the Ninth and Tenth Semesters, a student is required to study three compulsory papers and two optional papers from the particular specialization group opted by him/her. Besides this, a student shall be required to submit a Project Report and participate in Moot Court Examination in each of these semesters. The decision to start any of the specialized group/s shall be taken by the University keeping in view the number of students opting for it as well as on the availability of academic and administrative facilities in a particular academic session. The topic for the Project Report and the Moot Problem shall essentially be assigned keeping in view the course contents of the optional papers studied by the student.