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provisions - Case law with special reference to Article 19(1)(a); Article 19(1)(g); Article 25 and Article 21 (3) Environmental protection & Law of Tort - with special reference to the concept of Negligence, Nuisance, Strict Liability & Absolute Liability (4) Environmental protection & Criminal Law - with special reference to provisions under IPC & Cr.P.C. along with case law (5) Oleum Gas Leakage Case (MC Mehta v UOI - AIR 1987 SC 965, AIR 1987 SC 982, AIR 1987 SC 1086) (6) Bhopal Gas Leakage Disaster Case - Controversies and settlement (7) Principles / Doctrines for protection of Environment Principle of Absolute Liability Polluter Pays Principle Precautionary Principle Public Trust Doctrine Doctrine of Intergenerational Equity
(8) Wild Life Protection in India - General Framework of the Wild Life (Protection) Act, 1972; Changes made in act by amendments in 1991, 2002 and 2006; Illegal Wild life Trade in India - Control measures; Hunting; Concept of Ecotourism - Case law.
State Pollution Control Board .Salient Features.General Frameworks of the Act. 1998 Salient Features Project Topics . 1981 . the Noise Pollution (Regulation and Control) Rules. Functions and Powers. 2000 .Procedures. 1986 . Consent Requirement provision.(9)Prevention of Cruelty against Animals .Legal Control Measures. 1989 Salient Features (15) The Biomedical Waste (Management and Handling) Rules. Functions of Central Government. Power and (13) Noise Pollution .Definitions. 301 303 304 305 306 307 308 309 Project Topics Constitutional Commitments for Environmental Protection Environmental Protection & International Concerns Forest Conservation and Response of Apex Courts in India Legislative responses towards Forest Conservation Statutory Remedies against Environmental Pollution Water Pollution and its Legal Control Air Pollution and its Legal Control Noise Pollution and its Legal Control . (12) The Environment (Protection) Act. (14) The Hazardous Waste (Management and Handling) Rules.Environmental Law VIIth Semester (2012) Sl. Functions and Powers. (11) The Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act.An Idea (10)The Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act. Sampling of Effluents . 1974 Central Pollution Control Board . 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Roll Nos. No.Composition.Composition. Duties of Individuals.
1981 : A Study Town & Country Planning and Environmental Protection Protected Areas and Wild Life Protection Legal Control of Radioactive Pollution . 1991 : An Analysis The Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act. 1974 : A Study Tehri Dam Project: Controversies Prevention of Cruelty against Animals Right of Tribals and Ecological Stability The Environmental (Protection) Act. 1995 : An Analysis Polluter Pays Principle Earth Summit and India Global Warming Biomedical Wastes Management Hazarduous Waste Management Environmental Protection and Criminal Law Tortious Liability for Pollution Accidents Case Law on Air Pollution Right to Religion and Environmental Protection Large Development Projects in India : Environmental Issues Bhopal Gas Leakage Disaster Case Law on Water Pollution Dehradun Quarrying Case Doctrine of Intergenerational Equity Statutory Relief for Pollution victims Administrative machineries for combating Pollution Industrial Pollution : Cuases and Consequences Narmada Valley Project : Controversies The Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act. 1986 : An Analysis The National Environment Tribunal Act.9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 310 311 313 314 315 317 318 319 320 321 322 323 324 325 326 328 330 331 332 333 334 335 336 337 339 340 341 342 343 344 346 347 349 350 351 352 354 357 359 360 361 362 364 365 366 Depletion of Ozone Layer : A Global Issue Environmental Protection & High Courts Activism Environmental Protection & Supreme Court Activism Concept of Sustainable Development India's response towards International urge of Environmental Protection Stockholm Convention and India Freedom of Trade & Business and Environmental Protection Freedom of Speech and Expression and Environmental Protection Oleum Gas Leakage Case : A Critical Study Principle of Absolute Liability Precautionary Principle Kyoto Protocol and Environmental Protection Right to Life and Environmental Protection Wild Life Protection in India Control of Noise Pollution under Central Legislations Public Trust Doctrine Public Liability Insurance Act.
the powers of companies and its agents with reference to management and administration of companies and winding up of company under company Act with all latest amendments and some of the major statutes.Corporate Law -1 Industrialization has played very vital role in the economic development of India. 1997 : An Analysis Ecotourism : Indian Perspectives Earth Summit and India Corporate Environmental Liability Pollution by Plastics : Legal Control Legal Control of Marine Pollution Ganga Pollution Cases Effectiveness of Environmental Legislations in India Environmental Pollution : Causes and Consequences The Tajmahal Case Silent Valley Project : Controversies Human Rights and Environment CHANAKYA NATIONAL LAW UNIVERSITY. Name of Act/ Topic Approximate Number of Lectures UNIT-1 MEANING AND NATURE OF A COMPANY Definition of a company Nature / Characteristic features of a company Lifting or piercing the corporate veil Advantages and Disadvantages of a company Distinction Businesses between Company and other forms of 08-10 Kinds of company and conversion of companies . Sl.7 LECTURE PLAN. In the postindependence era.54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 368 370 371 372 374 375 376 377 378 379 380 380(A) The National Environment Appellate Authority Act. Companies have always been an important player in the development. No. industrial regulation is employed as a principal means in the strategy for attaining constitutional values. PATNA SEMESTER. This course will study the structure and formation of companies.
UNIT -II FORMATION AND INCORPORATION OF A COMPANY Incorporation of a company Procedure as to incorporation of a company and Effect Certificate of incorporation and its evidentiary value Promoter .A.O. & A.Functions. Remuneration and Duties Pre-incorporation contracts and Personal Rights and Liabilities of contracting parties Commencement of Business 08-10 UNIT -III MEMORANDUM OF ASSOCIATION AND ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION Meaning and importance Form and contents Alteration of Memorandum of Association Doctrine of ultra vires Meaning and importance of Articles of Association Contents of Articles of Association Alteration of Articles of Association Companies which must and must not have Articles Inter-se relation and distinction between M.O.A and Extent Doctrine of Constructive Notice Doctrine of Indoor Management 15-20 UNIT -IV PROSPECTUS Definition of prospectus Legal formalities as to issue of prospectus 05-08 . Position. Legal status.O.O.A. & A.A Binding force of M.
appointment. Position. Disqualification. vacation. No.Powers Kinds of Meetings Requisites of a valid Meeting Resolution .definition.meaning.meaning and kind 08-10 UNIT . SHARES & DEBENTURES Meaning. Duties and Liabilities Board of Directors . kinds and alteration of share capital Meaning of shares and kinds Distinction between share and stock Statutory requisites as to allotment of shares and General principles Certificate of shares . of Directors.Contents of prospectus Mis-statements in prospectus and their consequences UNIT-V SHARE CAPITAL .kinds and Registration 15-20 UNIT -VII Prevention of Oppression & Management and WindingUp Of A Company Meaning and concept of oppression and mismanagement Circumstances and provisions as to oppression protection interest of Minority shareholders.VI MANAGEMENT & ADMINISTRATION & MEETINGS & PROCEEDINGS Persons vested with the management and administration of a company Director.Provisions Meaning of winding-up of a company 12-15 . Removal. Remuneration. object and effect Share warrant Surrender and Forfeiture of shares Debentures .
Distinction between winding-up and Dissolution of a company Modes of winding-up Procedure to be followed as to winding-up of a company References (Student Edition) Company Law by Avatar Singh Company Law and Practice by A. RAVI NARAYNA SARMA SEMESTER-VII PROJECT TOPICS-CORPORATE LAW-I Roll No. Majumdar and G. The portion for the end semester examination will be entire syllabus i.Taxmann’s The portion for the surprise test will be up to the topics covered till then. The portion for the mid-semester examination will be the topics covered till then from beginning. B.K. the topics covered from beginning till then. FACULTY DR.K.e. Name of Student Topics Incorporation Procedure of A Company: A Comparative Assessment Citizenship of a Company and related legal provisions Public and Private Companies: A comparative analysis Government Companies in India: A Critical Analysis Holding and Subsidiary Companies and their limitations Public Financial Institutions as Company 301 303 304 305 306 307 Aakriti Tripathi Abhinav Tripathi Abhishek Raj Abhyuday Bhotika Adya Surbhi Aeishwarya Jha . Kapoor Corporate Laws (Bare Act) .
A Critical Study The position of Liquidators in Compulsory Winding Up of a Company Voluntary Winding Up and Applicable Provisions under Company Law in India Winding Up of a Foreign Company in Indian Laws Amendments to the Companies Act –A critical study Defunct Company in Indian Laws: A Comparative Analysis Critical Analysis of Compulsory Winding Up Annual General Meeting(AGM) and related Laws Laws related with payment of Dividend: Some Limitations Legal Position of Director in Company Laws Appointment of Directors by proportional representations .308 309 310 311 313 314 315 317 318 319 320 321 322 323 324 325 326 328 330 331 332 333 334 335 Akash Arun Akshai Shashi Akshat Chaitanya Amrita Ananta Sharma Ankita Sinha Ankita Surabhi Ansha Varma Anshumaan Bahadur Anupam Kirti Anushka Apurva Srishti Archit Rajpal Arti Kumari Ashutosh Ravi Atul Kumar Avinash Kumar Brajesh Kumar Eesha Gupta Girijapati Kaushal Jayant Kumar Jayanti Bhasker Krishna Pal Kumar Ritesh Associations not for profit in Indian Laws Position of Company Promoters in India: A Comparative Analysis Prospectus and the position of Disclosure Requirement in India and Abroad Limitation of Statement presented in lieu of Prospectus Kinds of Shares and their extent in Indian Laws and their Limitation Convertibility of Shares in Indian corporate scenario and its legality Doctrine of Ultra Vires in present Indian Corporate Scenario Legal Position of Promoter and its Limitation The Objects Clause of a company and its limitation Consequences of winding up order The Prevention of Oppression and Mismanagement in India The concept of Majority rule and Minority Protection Conditions precedent for obtaining relief from Prevention of Mismanagement in Indian Company Law Unregistered Company.
A critical study Alteration of Articles of Association .A critical study Prospectus.A critical .A critical study Alteration of clauses of Memorandum of Association.A critical study surrender and forfeiture of share.A critical study Meetings of shareholders .A critical study Civil Liability for mis-statements in prospectusA critical study Allotment of shares – An analytical study Duties and liabilities of a Director .336 337 339 340 341 342 343 344 346 347 349 350 351 352 354 357 359 360 361 362 364 365 366 368 370 371 372 374 Malvika Singh Manisha Singh Nadim Ahmad Neeraj Kumar Nibha Anand Parsuram Kuamar Pawan Kumar Piyush Kumar Pratyaksha Jha Prince Bharti Puja Kumari Raabia Abuzer Shams Raushan Ravi Prakash Rohit Raj Shikha Kumari Shradha Sharma Shreya Parashar Shreyanshu Kumar Shubha Keerti Chaturvedi Smriti Prasad Suhasini Sukirti Sumit Kumar-I Supriya Shekhar Tanya Patel Tarun Kumar Vagisha Pragya Vacaknavi Ultra Vires Borrowings and the Company Laws Debenture as a tool of Capital Formation Rights of Shareholders in Company Laws Analysis of Qualifications of members under Companies Laws Convertible Shares and their limitation Laws related to Raising of Capital Shelf Prospectus and its limitation Doctrine of Indoor Management Insider Trading and the laws relating to Corporate Governance SEBI and its administrative authority under Companies Laws Effects of Memorandum and Articles: A Critical Analysis Limitation on alteration of Articles of Association Doctrine of Constructive Notice and its limitation Share Warrant and its convertibility in Indian Company Laws Laws relating to Transmission of Shares Laws related to Reduction of Share Capital in India Laws relating to Convertibility of Debenture into Share: Some Limitation Resolutions.A critical study share warrant and share certificate – A comparative study Corporate veil .
375 376 377 378 379 380 380 (A) Vibhanshu Srivastava Vijaya Kashyap Vikash Kumar Ranjan Vinay Kumar Vivek Kumar Zeenat Manzoor Sanchay study statutory Meeting – A critical Study Voluntary winding –up of a company .A critical study Historical study of Company Law in India position of Directors – A critical Study conversion of private company into public and Vice versa – A critical study Appointment of Directors – A critical study Position & Role of Auditor of a Conpany .