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Course Curriculum & Detailed Syllabus
First Semester Second Semester
PAPER I: Political Science I PAPER I: Political Science II
PAPER II: Economics I PAPER II: Economics II
PAPER III: Psychology I PAPER III: Psychology II
PAPER IV: Legal & Constitutional History PAPER IV: Legal Method
PAPER V: Language & Writing PAPER V : Comparative Constitution
PAPER VI: Law of Tort PAPER VI : Law of Crimes I
PAPER VII: Law of Contract I PAPER VII : Law of Contract II & Specific Relief

Third Semester Fourth Semester

PAPER I: Jurisprudence I PAPER I : Jurisprudence II
PAPER II : Property Law I PAPER II : Property Law II
PAPER III : Commercial Law PAPER III : Insurance Laws
PAPER IV : Family Law I PAPER IV : Family Law II
PAPER V : Law of Crime II PAPER V : Banking Law
PAPER VI : Constitutional Law of India I PAPER VI : Constitutional Law of India II
PAPER VII: Public International Law I PAPER VII : Public International Law II

Fifth Semester Sixth Semester

PAPER I : Human Rights Law PAPER I : Environmental Laws, Forest Laws &
Animal Protection Laws
PAPER II : Code of Civil Procedure I PAPER II : Code of Civil Procedure II & Law of Limitation
PAPER III : Law of Evidence PAPER III : Forensic Science
PAPER IV : Labour Laws-I PAPER IV : Labour Laws-II
PAPER V : Criminal Procedure Code I PAPER V : Criminal Procedure Code II
PAPER VI : Administrative Law PAPER VI : Cyber Law
PAPER VII : Company Law I PAPER VII : Company Law II

Seventh Semester Eight Semester

PAPER I : Intellectual Property Law I PAPER I : Intellectual Property Law II
PAPER II : Law Relating to Women & Children PAPER II : Interpretation of Statutes
PAPER III : Land Laws & Local Laws I PAPER III : Land Laws & Local Laws II
PAPER IV : Alternative Dispute Resolution PAPER IV : Drafting, Pleading & Conveyancing
PAPER V : Law of Taxation I PAPER V : Law of Taxation II
PAPER VI : Private International Law PAPER VI : Moot Court Exercise, Legal
Awareness (Practical & Viva Voce
PAPER VII :Constitutional Law/Criminal Law/ PAPER VII : Constitutional Law/Criminal Law/
Business Law/International Law (Optional) Business Law/International Law (Optional)

Ninth Semester Tenth Semester

PAPER I: Professional Ethics PAPER I : Law & Challenges of Global and
Modern World
PAPER II : Constitutional Law/Criminal Law/ PAPER II : Clinical Legal Education (Theory,
Business Law/International Law (Optional) Practical and Viva Voce)
PAPER III : Seminar I PAPER III : Seminar II

Optional Papers
I: Socio Economic Offences I/Competition Law/Constitutional Functionaries & Challenges/International
II: Socio Economic Offences II/Financial & Capital Market/Administrative Law & good Governance/International
Criminal Law
III: Criminology, Penology &Victimology/ Trade & Investment Law/Media Law/International Law in 21st Century.

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Paper I
Political Science I


Political Science is a subject which is being offered here for a better understanding of instrumentalities of
governance and key principles of democracy, state, liberty, form of government which is quintessential for a student
of law in modern world.

Unit I: Introduction to Political Science (10 Lectures)

i. Nature of Political Science
ii. Scope of Political Science
iii. Relation of Political Science with Law
iv. Methods and Approaches of the study of Political Science
Unit-II: The State (10 Lectures)
i. Definition of State
ii. Elements of State
iii. Theories of origin of State-Devine force, Social contract, Patriarchal & Matriarchal and
iv. Development or Evolutionary Theory.
v. Theories of State action-Individualistic, Socialists and Concept of Welfare State
Unit III: Nature and Pattern of Government (10 Lectures)
i. Democracy-Concept of Democracy, condition for the successful working of democracy
ii. Presidential and Parliamentary form of Government
iii. Unitary and federal form of Government and Swiss model
iv. Organization of Government-Executive, Legislature and Judiciary
Unit IV: Different Theories of Political Science (10 Lectures)
i. Theory of Sovereignty-Definition, Characteristics and John Austin’s theory of sovereignty
ii. Concept of Law-Definition and sources
iii. Concept of liberty and equality
iv. Political Parties and Pressure Groups

1. Eddy Asirvatham&K.K.Misra, Political Theory.
2. A.C. Kapur, Principles of Political Science.
3. Myneni, Political Science for Law students.

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Paper II
Economics I

Economics is a subject which is offered for a better understanding of economy of nation and key principles of
affecting the fiscal policy of government. This paper also gives an insight to the student about the interplay of law
and economics at later stage.

Unit-I: Introduction of Economics (10 Lectures)

i. Nature and Significance of Economics
ii. Micro and Macro Economics, Positive and Normative Economics
iii. Economic Theory of Democracy
iv. Economics and Law
v. Basic Concepts: Equilibrium, Marginal Utility, Opportunity Cost, Black Money, Price, Direct andIndirect
Unit-II: Demand and Supply (10 Lectures)
i. Law of Demand and Supply
ii. Elasticity of Demand and its Application
iii. Law of diminishing marginal utility and equimarginal utility
iv. Indifference curve Analysis-Assumptions and Consumer’s Equilibrium.
v. Consumer’s Surplus
Unit-III: Market Structure (10 Lectures)
i. Classification of Markets
ii. Revenue and Cost curves
iii. Price and output under perfect competition and Monopoly
iv. Cartels and Dumping
v. Anti-monopoly laws
Unit-IV: Factor Pricing (10 Lectures)
i. Theory of wages
ii. Exploitation of Labour
iii. Rent: Ricardian and Modern Theories
iv. Land Reforms
v. Interest: Liquidity Preference Theory
vi. Risk and Uncertainty Theories of Profit.

1. Amos Witztum, Economics,An Analytical Introduction, Oxford UniversityPress.
2. Alfred W. Stonier &Doughlas C. Hague, A Text Book of Economic Theory.
3. Lipsey, Principles of Positive Economics.
4. P.A.Samuelson and Nordhaus, Economics.

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Paper III
Psychology I

Psychology is a subject which is offered for a better understanding of human mind and human behavior in order to
make the student understand the dynamics of it with legal order. In criminal law and family law the psychology
plays a crucial and vital role. This paper also gives an insight to the student about the interplay of law and
psychology at later stage.

Unit I: Personality: Meaning and Definition (10 Lectures)

i. Determinants of Personality
ii. Heredity, Environment and Situational Factors
iii. Theories of Personality: Trait Theory, Type Theory, Psycho Analytic Theory, Meemastic Theoryand
Learning Theory.
Unit II: Attitude (10 Lectures)
i. Meaning and Definition
ii. Types of Attitude
iii. Formation of Attitude
iv. Negative Attitude and Objective
v. Building positive attitude
vi. Situational Analysis of Attitude
vii. Perception
viii. Biases, Prejudices and Blind Spots
Unit III: Motivation (10 Lectures)
i. Theories of Motivation
ii. Various Motives: Biological and Social Motives
iii. Motives to know and Be effective
iv. Frustration and conflict of Motives.
Unit IV: Leadership and Team Building (10 Lectures)
i. Definition
ii. Theories
iii. Characteristics of Leadership
iv. Team Building
1. Morgans: Introduction to Psychology
2. R.A.Baron: Social Psychology
3. J.R.Gnow : Psychology

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Paper IV
Legal and Constitutional History

Indian Democracy and constitutional order is a gift of Britishers. History shapes the future therefore the student of
law needs to know the constitutional and legal history of constitution, democracy and democratic institution to
understand the vision of makers and its utility in modern world.

UNIT-I: Legal Institutions in Ancient and Medieval India (Lectures-10)

i. Sources of Law in Ancient India: Concept and Sources of Dharma, Veda, Dharmasutra, Dharma Shastra,
Smiriti; Manu and Yajnavalkya, Tradition and Good Custom, Types of Courts and Procedures
ii. Legal Traditions in Medieval India: Sources of Islamic Law (Quran, Hadis, Ijma, Qiyas), Salient Features of
Islamic Criminal Law, Hanafi School of Thought
Unit II : Early Developments (1600-1836) (Lectures-10)
i. Charters of the East India Company: 1600, 1661, 1726 and 1753
ii. Settlements: Surat, Madras, Bombay and Calcutta
iii. Courts: Mayor’s Court of 1726 and Supreme Court of 1774
iv. Statutes: Regulating Act, 1773, Pitts India Act, 1784, The Act of Settlement, 1781
v. Conflict: Raja Nand Kumar, Patna Case and Cossijurah
vi. Warren Hastings : Judicial Plans of 1772, 1774 and 1780, Lord Cornwallis: Judicial Plans of 1787, 1790
and 1793, Lord William Bentinck (With special focus on Appraisal of Criminal Law)
Unit III: Evolution of Law and Legal Institutions (Lectures-10)
i. Development of Personal Laws
ii. Development of Law in Presidency Towns
iii. Development of Civil Law in Mufassil: Special Emphasis on Justice, Equity and Good Conscience
iv. Codification of Laws: Charter of 1833, the First Law Commission, the Charter of 1853, TheSecond Law
v. Establishment of High Courts, 1861
vi. Privy Council and Federal Court: Appeals and working of Privy Council, Appraisal of PrivyCouncil,
Features of Federal Court
vii. Evaluation: Special Reference to Racial Discrimination, Merit and Demerits
Unit IV: Constitutional History (Lectures-10)
i. The Indian Councils Act, 1861, 1892, 1909
ii. The Government of India Act, 1919, 1935.
iii. Land marks of Indian National Movement: Non-cooperation, Civil disobedience and Quit India
iv. The Indian Independence Act, 1947
v. The making of the Indian Constitution

1. M.P. Jain, Outlines of Indian Legal History, Wadhwa& Co, Nagpur.

2. V.D. Kulshrehtha, V.M. Gandhi, Landmarks of Indian Legal and Constitutional History,Eastern Book Company,
3. M.P. Singh, Outlines of Indian Legal History, Universal Law Publishing Co.
4. M. Rama Jois, Legal and Constitutional History of India, Ancient, Legal, Judicial, Constitutional System.
5. L.O. Garren& Abdul Hamid, A Constitutional History of India, 1600-1935. London, 1936.
6. H.V. Sreenivasa Murthy – History of India, Eastern Book Company.
7. E.H. Carr, What is History, Penguin.
8. Sabyasachi Bhattacharya (ed.), Approaches to History: Essays in Indian Historiography, Primus Books.

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Paper V
Language and Writing
Law and language in inextricably linked. Lawmen are meant to be juggler of words as they give its clear and precise
meaning as words have fringe quality. This paper aims to inculcate the value of writing and its interplay with
language as the law in common law system mostly has been based on English language which has become lingua
franca over the years.
Unit-l: Comprehension and Composition (Lectures 10)
i. Reading Comprehension of General and Legal Texts
ii. Paragraph & Précis Writing
iii. Abstract Writing & Note Taking
iv. Reading, Writing and Analysis of Reports and Projects
Unit-II: Language, Communication and Law (Lectures10)
i. Communication: Types, Directions and Challenges
ii. Non-verbal Communication: Importance, Types (Paralanguage, Body Language, Proximity etc.)
iii. Legal terms, Legal Maxims,
iv. Foreign Words, Urdu and Hindi Words
Unit-III: Legal Communication (Lectures-10)
i. Legal Communication
ii. Mooting
iii. Reading and Analysis of Writings by Eminent Jurists (Cases, Petitions and Judgments)

Unit-IV: Literature and Law (Lectures-10)

i. Play “Justice” by John Galsworthy (Justice was a 1910 crime play by the British writer John Galsworthy)
and Arms and the Man by George Bernard Shaw
ii. Silence the Court is in Session, Play by Vijay Tendulkar
iii. Mahashweta Devi’s story “Draupadi” on Gender Inequality
iv. “The Trial of Bhagat Singh”
v. The Nuremberg Trial, To Kill a Mocking Bird, The Court, 12 Angry Men, Movies- An Appraisal.
vi. The Annihilation of Caste, by Dr. B.R. Ambedkar.
vii. Biography/Autobiography of Martin Luther and Nelson Mandela

1. Wren & Martin, English Grammar
2. Ministry of Law, Justice & Company Affairs, Govt. of India, Legal Glossary
3. Herbert Brown, A Selection of Legal Maxims (Reprint 1998) Sweet & Maxwell.
4. Black's, Law Dictionary, Universal, Delhi.
5. Broom's, Legal Maxim, Universal, Delhi.
6. N.R. MadhavaMenon, Clinical Legal Education, Eastern Book Company.
7. Jenny Chapman, Interviewing and Counselling, Routledge Cavendish.

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Paper VI
Law of Tort
Unit-I: Introduction and Principles of Liability in Tort (Lectures-12)

i.Definition of Tort
ii.Development of Law of Torts
iii.Distinction between Law of Tort, contract, Quasi-contract and crime
iv. Constituents of Tort: Injuriasine damnum, Damnum sine injuria
v. Justification in Tort, Volenti non-fit Injuria, Necessity, Plaintiff‟s default, Act of God, Inevitable accidents,
Private defense
vi. Remedies in Tort; Ubi jus ibiremedium, Remoteness of Damages

Unit-II: Specific Torts-I (Lectures-10)

i. Negligence
ii. Assault & Battery, Trespass &Coversion
iii. Nuisance
iv. False Imprisonment and Malicious Prosecution
v. Judicial and Quasi: Judicial Acts
vi. Parental and Quasi-Parental authority

Unit-III: Specific Torts-II (Lectures-08)

i. Vicarious Liability; Joint Tortfeasors

ii. Doctrine of Sovereign Immunity
iii. Strict Liability and Absolute Liability
iv. Defamation
v. Cyber Tort & Tort in Intellectual Property Rights Passing Off.

Unit-IV: The Consumer Protection Act, 1986 (Lectures- 10)

i. Definitions of Consumer, Goods and Services

ii. Rights and Duties of Consumer
iii. Authorities for Consumer Protection
iv. Remedies

1. Salmond&Heuston-On the Law of Torts, Universal, Delhi
2. D.D.Basu, The Law of Torts.Kamal, Calcutta.
3. Winfield &Jolowiz on Tort Sweet and Maxwell, London.
4. RatanLal&Dhiraj Law-The Law of Torts Universal, Delhi.
5. R.K.Bangia, Law of Torts.

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Paper VII
Law of Contract I
Unit I: Formation of Contract (Lecture 10)
i. Meaning and Nature of Contract
ii. Offer/Proposal: Definition, Communication, Revocation, General/Specific offer, Invitation to treat
iii. Acceptance: Definition, Communication, Revocation, Provisional acceptance, Tenders/Auctions
Unit II: Consideration and Capacity (Lecture 10)
i. Consideration: Definition, Essentials, Privity of Contract, Exception Section 2(d) 25
ii. Capacity to contract; Minor’s Position,
iii. Nature/effect of Minor’s Agreements.
Unit III: Validity, Discharge and Performance of Contract (Lecture 10)
i. Consent &Free Consent: Coercion, Undue influence, Misrepresentation, Fraud, Mistake
ii. Unlawful Consideration and Object
iii. Effect of Void, Voidable, valid, illegal, unlawful and uncertain agreement/contracts
iv. Discharge of Contracts
v. Performance: Time and Place of Performance
vi. Impossibility of Performance and Frustration
vii. Breach: Anticipatory & Present
Unit IV: Remedies and Quasi Contracts (Lecture 10)
i. Remedies: Damages, Kinds, Remoteness etc., Injunction, Specific Performance, Quantum Meruit.
ii. Quasi Contract (Section 68-72)
Act: Indian Contract Act, 1872
1. Anson-Law of Contract, Universal, Delhi
2. Pollock and Mulla-Indian Contract Act, Lexis Nexis
3. Avtar Singh-Law of Contract, Eastern Book Co.

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IInd Semester
Paper I
Political Science -II
Unit I: Ancient Greek Political Concept (Lectures 10)
i. Plato: Justice and ideal State
ii. Aristotle : State, Classification of Government and Citizenship
iii. Cicero: Concept of Law
Unit II: Monarchy, Democracy & Sovereignty (Lectures 10)
i. Contratulists
ii. Thomas Hobbes: Concept of Absolute Monarchy
iii. John Lock: Concept of Liberal Democracy
iv. J.J.Rousseau: Concept of Popular Sovereignty
Unit III: State, Liberty & Law (Lectures 10)
i. Machiavelli: State craft
ii. J.S.Mill: Concept of Liberty
iii. Carl Marx: Class struggle and views on State and Law
Unit IV: Indian Political Concept (Lectures 10)
i. Manu: Raj, Dharma
ii. Kautilya: Saptang and State Craft
iii. Gandhi: Ideal State
1. Sabine, History of Political Theory
2. Sukhvir Singh, Western Political Thought
3. Barker, Greek Philosophy
4. V.P.Verma, Indian Political Thinkers
5. Phabhu Dutt Sharma, PashchatyaRajneetikVicharonKaItihass

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IInd Semester
Paper II

Unit-I: Money, Banking and Employment (Lectures 12)

i. Concept and Measures of Money Supply
ii. Inflationary Dymamics
iii. Functions of Banks: RBI, Commercial Banks and Other Financial Institutions.
iv. Money Market and Capital Market
v. Basic Concepts of Natural Income: GNP, NNP and GDP
vi. Say’s Law of Market
vii. Income and Employment Determination: Keynesian Framework
Unit-II: Macro Economic Policies (Lectures 08)
i. Techniques of Monetary Management
ii. Fiscal Policy for Equitable Growth
iii. Union Budget: Structure and Measures of Fiscal Imbalances.
iv. Poverty, Unemployment and Inequality: Challenges and Strategies
v. Globalization: Policy Perspectives and Implications.
Unit-III: International Trade (Lectures 10)
i. International Trade: Rationale and Gains
ii. Free trade versus protection
iii. Balance of Payments: Theory and Policy
iv. International Institutions-IMF, WTO and WB
v. Foreign Exchange Management
vi. International Trade Laws
Unit-IV: Indian Economic Development (Lectures 10)
i. Structure and Features of Indian Economy
ii. Approaches to Rural Development
iii. Indian Agriculture: Emerging Challenges and Strategies
iv. Five Year Plans: Planning Commission and Finance Commission
v. Economics Reforms: Rationale, Dimensions and Implications
vi. Economics Policy Legislation: FEMA, FRBMA, NREGA

1. Kishore G. Kulkarni, Modern Monetary Theory.
2. H.L. Bhatia, Public Finance
3. Uma Kapila, Indian Economic Development
4. R. Dutt and Sunderam, Indian Economy. S.Chand and co.
5. Thomas Dernberg and Duncan McDougall, Macro Economics, McGraw Hill, New York

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IInd Semester
Paper III
Psychology -II
Unit I: Communication (Lectures 10)
i. Meaning; Types and Directions to Communication
ii. Approaches to Communication
iii. Barriers to Communication
iv. Communication Process
v. Channels of Communication
Unit II: Client Interviewing (Lectures 10)
i. Meaning and Significance
ii. Different Components: Listening, types of questions asked, Information gathering, Report formation,
Ethical Consideration
Unit III: Legal Counselling (Lectures 10)
i. Definition and its differentiation from General Counselling
ii. Different Types of Counselling
iii. Approaches to Counselling
iv. Training Skills : Simulated exercises
Unit IV: Legal Reasoning (Lectures 10)
i. Legal Reasoning: Definition, Components of Legal Reasoning, Deductive and Inductive
ii. Reasoning, Levi's and Bodenheimer's Model of Legal Reasoning
iii. Law and Logic: Aristotelian Logic and Syllogism.
iv. Mooting & Legal Reasoning

Text Books
1. N.R.MadhavaMenon, Clinical Legal Education.
2. Jenny Chapman, Client Interviewing and Counselling.
3. Morgan, Introduction to Psychology.

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IInd Semester
Paper IV
Legal Method

Unit-I: Introduction to Legal Method (Lectures-12)

i. Definition of Law
ii. Functions of Law
iii. Law, Justice and Morality
iv. Classification of Laws: Public and Private Law, Substantive and Procedural Law, Municipal and International
Law, Civil Law and Criminal Law
Unit-II: Sources of Law (Lectures-08)
i. Custom
ii. Precedent
iii. Legislation
Unit-III: Basic Concepts of Indian Legal System (Lectures-10)
i. Common Law Foundations
ii. Rule of Law, Separation of Powers, Principle of Natural Justice and Rule of equity
iii. Indian Constitution: Salient Features
iv. Judicial System in India Hierarchy of Courts, Jurisdiction of the Courts
Unit-IV: Legal Writing and Research (Lectures-10)
i. Legal Materials: Statutes, Reports, Journals, Manuals, Bill, Act
ii. Case Analysis and Preparation of Briefs
iii. Kinds of Legal Research: Doctrinal Research, Non-Doctrinal Research
iv. Techniques of Legal Research
v. Citations and Bibliography

1. A. T. H. Smith, Glanville Willaim’sLearning the Law, Sweet & Maxwell.
2. John WiliamSalmond, Jurisprudence, Sweet & Maxwell.
3. S. K. Verma& M. Afzal Wani (ed.), Legal Research and Methodology, ILI, Delhi.
4. Joseph Minattur, Indian Legal System, ILI Publication.
5. J.C. Dernbach, R.V Singleton,, A Practical Guide to Legal Writing and Legal Method, Aspen Publishers.

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IInd Semester
Paper V
Comparative Constitution

Unit I Constitution of United Kingdom (Lectures 10)

i. United Kingdom: General Features
ii. Constitutional Conventions
iii. The Crown, Parliament, Cabinet System
iv. The Rule of Law, The Party System
Unit II Constitution of USA (Lectures 10)
i. USA: General Features
ii. Federation
iii. President, Congress, Federal Judiciary
iv. Constitution: Method of Amendment
v. Party System
Unit III: Swiss, Canadian and Australian Constitution (Lectures 10)
i. Form and Structure of Swiss Government
ii. Constitution of Canada
iii. Constitution of Australia
Unit IV Constitution of the Fifth Republic (Lectures 10)
i. Making of the Constitution of the Fifth Republic
ii. The President and the Government
iii. The National Assembly and the Senate
iv. The Judicial System and Administrative law
v. The Party System.

1. A. C. Kapoor, Select Constitution (Hindi & English)
2. V. D. Mahajan, Major Constitution
3. Probhu Dutt Sharma, VishwaKePromukhSanvidhan.
4. D.D. Basu, Comparative Constitutional Law, Lexis Nexis.
5. M.V. Pylee work on World Constitutions

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IInd Semester
Paper VI
Law of Crimes-I
Unit-I: Introduction to Criminal Law (Lectures 10)
i. Introduction of Criminal Law, Extent and operation of the Indian Penal Code
ii. Definition of Crime, Fundamental Elements of crime
iii. Stages of a crime; Intention, Preparation, Attempt, Commission, Essentials of the Attempt,
Impossible Attempt, Attempt and Preparation Distinguished
Unit-II: General Explanations and Exceptions (Sec.76-106) (Lectures 10)
i. Definitions & Constructive Joint Liability
ii. Mistake, Judicial and Executive Acts, Accident, Necessity,
iii. Infancy, Insanity, Intoxication, Consent, Good faith
iv. Private Defence
Unit-III: Abetment and Criminal Conspiracy (Sec.107 to 114; Sec 120-A,B) (Lectures 10)
i. Abetment, Definition & Essentials
ii. Conspiracy, Definition, Types, Essentials
Unit-IV: Punishment (Lectures 10)
i. Theories: Deterrent, Retributive, Preventive, Expiatory and Reformative Theory
ii. Punishment under the IPC: Fine, Life-Imprisonment, Death Sentence
The Indian Penal Code, 1860

1. Pillai, PSA, Criminal Law
2. Jeroma Hall, Principles of Criminal Law
3. R.C.Nigam, Criminal Law
4. Ratan Lal&Dhiraj Law, Indian Penal Code
5. K.D.Gaur, Criminal Law Cases and Materials
6. J.W. Cecil Turner, Russel on Crime ,Vol I &2, Universal Law Publishing Co., New Delhi.
7. Dr. H.S. Gaur, Penal Law of India, Law Publishers , Allahabad.

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IInd Semester
Paper VII
Law of Contract II: Specific Contract & Specific Relief Act, 1963
Unit-I: Indemnity & Guarantee (Lectures 10)
i. Indemnity & Guarantee-the Concept, Definition, Methods
ii. Commencement of liability of the indemnifier, Nature of Indemnity Clauses
iii. Distinction Between Indemnity and Guarantee, Right/Duties of Indemnifier, Indemnified
iv. Guarantee, Essentials Kinds of Guarantee
v. Parties of Guarantee and Surety: Rights & Duties, Discharge of Surety's liability
Unit-II: Bailment & Pledge (Lectures 10)
i. Bailment and Pledge (Sec. 148-171 and Sec.172-181)
ii. Meaning and Distinction
iii. Rights and Duties of Bailor/Bailee, Pawnor/Pawnee
iv. Lien; Termination of Bailment
v. Commercial Utility of Pledge Transactions
Unit-III: Agency (Sec.182 to 238) (Lectures 10)
i. Agency : Definitions of Agent and Principal
ii. Essentials of relationship of agency
iii. Creation of Agency: Agreement: Express & Implied, Ratification
iv. Relation of principal/agent, subagent and substituted agent: Rights and Duties of Agent
v. Termination of Agency
Unit IV: Government Contract& Specific Relief (Lectures 10)
i. Constitutional Provisions, procedural requirement-kinds of Govt. Contracts performance of such
Contracts, Settlement of Disputes and Remedies.
ii. SpecificRelief Act, 1963, Remedies; Specific Performances, Declaratory Suit, Recovery of Possession
1.Anson-Law of Contract, Universal, Delhi.
2.Pollock and Mulla-Indian Contract Act, Lexis Nexis.
3. Avtar Singh-Law of Contract & Specific Relief, Eastern Book Co.,Lucknow.

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IIIrd Semester
Paper I

Unit –I: Introduction (Lectures 10)

i. Nature, scope, Definition and Importance of Jurisprudence
ii. Linkage between Jurisprudence and other sciences
iii. Natural Law School with Indian Perspectives
Unit – II: Schools of Jurisprudence (Lectures 10)
i. Historical Jurisprudence
ii. Analytical Positivism, Pure Theory,
iii. Sociological Jurisprudence with Indian Perspective
Unit – III: School of Legal Theory (Lectures 10)
i. Legal Realism
ii. Economic or Marxist School
iii. Critical Legal Theory
Unit – IV: Jurisprudence; Emerging Dimensions (Lectures 10)
i. Modernism & Post Modernism
ii. Feminist School of Jurisprudence
iii. Theory of Justice: Greek Period to Modern an Overview, Utilitarianism, John Rawls, Robert
Nozick&Amartya Sen.
i. Bodenehimer,Jurisprudence-The Philosophy & Method of Law, Universal, Delhi
ii. R.W.M. Dias,Jurisprudence, Indian Reprint-Adithya Books, Delhi
iii. Fitzgerald,Salmond on Jurisprudence, Tripathi, Bombay
iv. Dhyani S N, Jurisprudence-A Study of Indian Legal Theory.
v. Wayne Morrison, Jurisprudence, Cavendish Publication.
vi. Llyod, Introduction to Jurisprudence, Sweet and Maxwell.

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IIIrd Semester
Paper II
Property Law I

Unit-I: Concept of Property and General Principles (Lectures 10)

i. Concept of Property: Types: Moveable &Immoveable Property
ii. Definition clause: Immovable Property, Attestation, Notice, Actionable claim
iii. Definition of Transfer of Property (Sec.5), Constituents of Transfer, Effect & Formalities
iv. Restrictions on Transfer (Sec.10-12)
v. Transfer to an Unborn person and rule against perpetuity (Sec.13, 14)
vi. Vested and Contingent interest (Sec.19 & 21)
vii. Conditional Transfer
viii. Rule of Election (Sec.35)
Unit-II: General Principles of Transfer of Immoveable Property (Lectures 10)
i. Transfer by Ostensible Owner
ii. Rule of Feeding The Grant By Estoppel
iii. Rule of LisPendens
iv. Fraudulent Transfer
v. Rule of Part Performance
Unit-III: Specific Transfers (Lectures 10)
i. Sale, Definition, Parties: Rights and Duties
ii. Mortgage and Charge
Unit IV: Specific Transfers (Lectures 10)
i. Lease
ii. Exchange
iii. Gift
iv. Actionable Claims
1. The Transfer of Property Act, 1882

1. Mulla, Transfer of Property Act, Universal Publication.
2. Subba Rao, Transfer of Property Act, SubbiahChetty, Madras
3. D.J. Vakil, Transfer of Property Act, Lexis Nexis.

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IIIrd Semester
Paper III
Commercial Law
(Partnership, Sale of Goods Act)
Unit-I: Indian Partnership Act (Lectures 10)
i. History, Nature and Definition & Kinds of Partnership, Test of Determining,
ii. Distinction formCompany and Joint Family Business, Co-ownership (Sec.4 to 8)
iii. General and Specific Duties ofPartner, Rights of Partner to Each other (Sec.9 to 17),
iv. Partners as agent of the Firm: Impliedauthority, Emergency Power Effect of Admission & Notice,
Liabilities: Joint & Several, Liabilityfor wrongful acts & Misapplication of Money
Unit-II: Incoming, Outgoing, Dissolution & Registration of Firm (Lectures 10)
i. Incoming & Outgoing Partners (Sec31 to 38),
ii. Dissolution of Firm (Sec.39 to 55),
iii. Registration of Firm (Sec.56 to 71),
iv. Limited Liability Partnership Act, 2008: An Introduction
Unit-III: Sales of Goods (Lectures 10)
i. Definition, Price, Goods, Mercantile Agent, Sale & Agreement to Sell
ii. Conditions and Performance,
iii. Formation of Contract (Sec.4 to 17),
iv. Effect of Contract(Sec.18 to 31)
Unit IV: Rights & Duties of Seller & Buyer and Remedies (Lectures 10)
i. Sale of Goods: Right of Parties and Remedies,
ii. Performance of Contract (Sec.31 to 44),
iii. Rights ofUnpaid Seller (Sec.45 to 54),
iv. Suits for Breach of Contract (Sec.55 to 61), Commercial Courts Act, 2015;An Overview.
1. Indian Partnership Act, 1932
2. The Sale of Goods Act, 1930
3. Limited Liability Partnership, 2008

1. Dr. Avtar Singh, Partnership & Sales of Goods Act, Eastern Book Co.
2. Mulla, Partnership & Sales of Goods Act, Lexis Nexis.

LL.B. (Integrated) Five Years Degree Course

IIIrd Semester
Paper IV
Family Law-I
Unit-I Hindu Law & Institution of Marriage (Lectures 10)
i. Definition Nature, Who is Hindu & Sources of Hindu Law
ii. Hindu Marriage Act, 1955: (Sec.5-23): Institution of Marriage, Essentials, Types, Voidability, Matrimonial
iii. Special Marriage Act, 1954 & Pre-nuptial Marriage: A Brief Overview
Unit –II Maintenance, Adoption & Guardianship in Hindu Law (Lectures 10)
i. Maintenance Under Hindu Marriage Act (Sec.24 & 25)
ii. Maintenance Under Hindu Adoption And Maintenance Act, 1956 (Sec.18, 19 & 20)
iii. Adoption: Essential & Effect (Sec.6 to 12 of HA&MA, 1956)
iv. Kinds and Powers of Guardian under Hindu Minority & Guardianship Act, 1956 (Sec.6-13)
Unit –III Muslim Law (Lectures 10)
i. Nature & Sources of Muslim Law, Who is Muslim?
ii. Muslim Marriage: Essentials, Option of Puberty, Kinds of Marriage under Sunni Law &ShiaLaw
iii. Mehr: Definition, Concept, Kinds of Dower, Rights of Wife in case of Unpaid Mehr
Unit-IV: Divorce, Parentage & Guardianship in Muslim Law (Lectures 10)
i. Classification of Divorce
ii. Maintenance of Wife Under Muslim Personal Law, Cr.P.C and Muslim Women (Protection ofRight on
Divorce) Act, 1986
iii. Parentage and Legitimacy, Adoption by Muslim.
iv. Kinds and Powers of Guardian
1. Hindu Marriage Act, 1955
2. Hindu Adoption and Maintenance Act, 1956
3. Hindu Minority and Guardianship Act, 1956
3. Muslim Women (Protection of Right on Divorce) Act, 1986

1.J.D.M. Derrett- Hindu Law
2.A.A. Fyzee, Outlines of Mohammadan Law, Oxford University Press, 1974
3. Mulla -Hindu Law, Butterworth Publication.
4. Paras Diwan, Hindu Law, Allahabad Law Agency.
5. Dr.R.K.Singh, Hindu Law (Hindi), Allahabad Law Agency.
6. Kusum&P.P.Sexena, Lectures on Hindu Law, Butterworths Publication.

LL.B. (Integrated) Five Years Degree Course

IIIrd Semester
Paper V
Law of Crimes-II
Unit I: Offences against the Human Body (Lectures 10)
i. Offences affecting life: Murder, Culpable Homicide, Dowry Death, Attempt & Abetment to Suicide
ii. Causing of miscarriage or injuries to unborn children
iii. Hurt & Grievous Hurt,
iv. Wrongful Restraint and Wrongful Confinement
v. Criminal Force and Assault,
vi. Kidnapping and Abduction
Unit II: Offences against women (Lectures 10)
i. Obscene Acts and Songs
ii. Outraging the Modesty of Women, Stalking, Acid Attack & Voyeurism,
iii. Rape & Unnatural Offences,
iv. Cruelty & Offences relating to marriage
Unit III: Offences against Property (Lectures 10)
i. Theft, Extortion, Robbery and Dacoity
ii. Criminal Misappropriation and Criminal Breach of Trust
iii. Cheating
iv. Mischief
v. Criminal Trespass
Unit IV: Defamation, Forgery & Sedition (Lectures 10)
i. Defamation
ii. Forgery
iii. Counterfeiting
iv. Criminal Intimidation, Sedition,
v. Communal Crimes: Disturbing Religious feelings, Enmity between Classes of People.
The Indian Penal Code, 1860

1. Pillai, PSA, Criminal Law
2. Jeroma Hall, Principles of Criminal Law
3. R.C.Nigam, Criminal Law
4. Ratan Lal&Dhiraj Law, Indian Penal Code
5. K.D.Gaur, Criminal Law Cases and Materials
6. J.W. Cecil Turner, Russel on Crime,Vol I &2, Universal Law Publishing Co., New Delhi,
7. Dr. H.S. Gaur, Penal Law of India, Law Publisher, Allahabad,

LL.B. (Integrated) Five Years Degree Course

IIIrd Semester
Paper VI
Constitutional Law of India-I
Unit-I: Constitution (Lectures 10)
i. Definition and Classification of Constitution
ii. Sources of Constitution
iii. Salient Features of Indian Constitution
iv. Federalism, Nature of Indian Constitution
v. Rule of Law & Separation of Power
Unit-II: Distributive of Powers between Center and States (Lectures 10)
i. Legislative Powers
ii. Administrative Powers
iii. Financial Power
iv. Legislative Powers: Doctrine of Territorial Nexus–Doctrine of Harmonious Construction-Doctrine of Pith
andSubstance-Doctrine of Repugnancy, Doctrine of Colourable Legislation.
Unit-III: Constitutional Organs (Lectures 10)
i. Parliament, Parliamentary Sovereignty, Parliamentary Privileges, Anti DefectionLaw
ii. Executive Power, Collective Responsibility of Cabinet
iii. Judiciary-Jurisdiction ofSupreme Court and High Courts, Appointment and Transfer of Judges,
Independence of Judiciary, Doctrine of Political Question
Unit-IV: Emergency and Amendment (Lectures 10)
i. Emergency Provisions,
ii. Amendment of Constitution, Doctrine of Basic Structure,
iii. Contractual and Tortious Liability of State,
iv. Right to Property and Freedom of Trade &Commerce
1. The Constitution of India, 1950

1. D.D.Basu, Shorter Constitution of India,Wadhwa, Nagpur
2. H.M.Seervai, Constitution of India, Tripathi Bombay
3. V.N.Shukla, Constitution of India, Eastern Book Co. Lko.
4. M.P.Jain, Constitution of India, Wadhwa Nagpur.
5. Granville Austin, The Indian Constitution: Cornerstone of A Nation, Oxford University Press.
6. B. Shiva Rao, The Framing of Indian Constitution- Select Document(1967).
7. Report of the Commission on Centre- State (Sarkaria Commission) (1987).
8. Report of the National Commission to Review the working of the Constitution (2002).
9. The Keshavanand Bharti Case – The untold story of Struggle for supremacy by Supreme Court and Parliament.
(T. R .Andhyarujina) Edition.

LL.B. (Integrated) Five Years Degree Course

IIIrd Semester
Paper VII

Unit I: International Law; Nature & Definition (Lectures 10)

i. Public International Law: Nature &Historical Development, Relationship between International Law and International Politics.
ii. Definitions of Public International Law.
iii. Sources of Public International Law.
iv. Relationship and difference between Public International Law and Municipal Law
v. Subjects of Public International Law: States, Individuals and international organization.
vi. Sanctions in International Law.
vii. Enforcement of International Law.
viii. Sovereignty in International Law: Historical development and Recent Challenges (Sovereignty as Responsibility, Subsidiary and the
impact of Globalization )

Unit II Succession, Intervention, Jurisdiction (Lectures 10)

i. Recognition-Definition of State Recognition, Recognition of Government, Theories of Recognition, Recognition De Jure and De
Facto, The Duty to Recognize, Legal Effect of Recognition, Withdrawal of Recognition, Retroactive effect of Recognition.
ii. States Succession: Definition and Kinds of Succession, Consequences of States Succession, Succession in respect of International
iii. Intervention: Definition, Grounds of Intervention, Intervention by Invitation, Prohibition on Intervention, Humanitarian Intervention
and Responsibility to Protect (R2P).
iv. Jurisdiction: Meaning, Nature, Difference between sovereignty and jurisdiction.
v. State Responsibility

Unit III State Territory & Law of Sea (Lectures 10)

i. State Territory: Concepts, Modes of Acquisitions, The Principle of utipossidites and Self Determination.
ii. Air Space: Various Theories, Aerial Navigation (Five Freedoms of Air ), Outer Space 1967 .
iii. Law of Sea : Historical Development , Grotius’ Mare Liberum and The Concept of Open Sea and Closed Sea , Territorial Sea,
Contiguous Zone , Continental Shelf , EEZ , High Seas , Land Locked States , Piracy, ITLOS .

Unit IV Extradition& International Criminal Law (Lectures 10)

i. Extradition : Definition , Purpose of Extradition , Legal Duty to Extradite Duty , Extradition of Political offender , Doctrine of
Double Criminality , Rule of Specialty .
ii. Diplomatic Agent: Meaning and Functions, Immunities and Privileges, Waiver of Immunity, Termination of Diplomatic
iii. Consuls: Meaning, function, privileges and immunities.
iv. Basic Principles of International Criminal Law.
1. Public International Law by Malcolm Shaw 7thEdition, Cambridge Publications.
2. Cases and Materials on Public International Law by D J Harris, Sweet Maxwell Publications.
3. Modern Introduction to International Law (edited by Peter Malanczuk),Routledge Publications, 1997.
4. The Power and Purpose of International Law: Insights from the Theory and Practice of Enforcement by Mary Ellen O’ Connell,
Oxford Publications, 2008.
5. Theory of International Law by Robert Kolb, Hart Publications, 2016.
6. International Law and World Order: A Critique of Contemporary Approaches, Sage Publications, 1993.
7. Introduction to International Relations: Theories and Approaches, Robert Jackson Oxford University Press, 1973.
8. Collective Security under International Law by Hans Kelsen , Law Books Exchange Ltd, 1957.
9. Humanitarian Intervention : The United Nations in An Evolving World Order by Sean Murphy , University of Pennsylvania
Press , 1996 .
10. The Public International Law Theory of Hans Kelsen : Believing in Universal Law by Jochen Von Bernstorff , Cambridge
Publications , 2010 .
11. Law of Extradition In India by V K Bansal ,Buttersworth Publications.
12. Textbook on Public International Law, Dr. R.K. Singh, Universal Publications.
13. Parry and Grant EncyclopedicDictionary of International Law, Oxford Publication,

LL.B. (Integrated) Five Years Degree Course

IV Semester
Paper I

Unit-I: State, Sovereignty, Law (Lectures 10)

i. Nature and functions of a State and its relationship with law
ii. Nature and Development of Sovereignty
iii. Nature and Kinds of law, Law of Property.
Unit-II: Law and Legislation (Lectures 10)
i. Law and Morality
ii. Law and Religion
iii. Law and Social change
Unit-III: Concepts of Law (Lectures 10)
i. Rights and Duties
ii. An introduction to Roman Law with special reference to Law of Persons , Personality
iii. Possession and Ownership
Unit-IV: Principles of Liability (Lectures 10)
i. Liability and Negligence
ii. Absolute Liability
iii. Law of Obligations

1. Bodeneimer-Jurisprudence-The Philosophy & Method of Law, Universal, Delhi
2. R.W.M. Dias-Jurisprudence, Indian Reprint-Adithya Books, Delhi
3. Fitzgerald-Salmond on Jurisprudence, Tripathi, Bombay
4. Dhyani SN-Jurisprudence-A Study of Indian Legal Theory.
5. Wayne Morrison, Jurisprudence, Cavendish Publication.
6. Llyod Introduction to Jurisprudence, Sweet and Maxwell.

LL.B. (Integrated) Five Years Degree Course

IV Semester
Paper II
Property Law II

Unit I: Easement & Servitude (Lectures 10)

i. Indian Easement Act, 1882: An Overview, Definition, Essential & Types of Easement.
ii. Lease & License: Distinction & Similarities
Unit II: Trust (Lectures 10)
i. The Concept of Trust, Distinction with agency and contract, Classification of Trust, Constructive Trust,
Religious and Charitable Trust,
ii. Common Property Resources and Public Trust Doctrine,
iii. Power, Right and Duties and Disabilities of Trustee, Discharge and appointment of New Trustee,
iv. Extinction of Trust,
v. Rights and Liabilities of Beneficiary
Unit-III: Urban Development and Real Estate Laws (Lectures-10)

i. Urbanization: Issues and Perspectives

ii. Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation and Resettlement Act, 2013
iii. Urban Development Institutions in Lucknow: LDA, AvasVikasParishad.
iv. Real Estate (Development and Regulation) Act 2016, Uttar Pradesh Apartment Act, 2010.
v. Benami Transaction Act, 1988.

Unit IV: Registration & Valuation of Property (Lectures 10)

i. Registration, Compulsory Registered Documents s17, Optional Registration s18, Time and Place for
Registration ss23-31, Effects of Registration and non Registration ss47-50
ii. Valuation of Property: Theories & Practice
iii. Stamp Duty: Indian Stamp Act, 1899.


1. N.K. Acharya, Commentary on the Right To Fair Compensation and Transparency in Land Acquisition,
Rehabilitation and Resettlement Act, 2013, Asia Law House.
2. M.L. Upadhyaya, Law, Poverty and Development, Taxmann Allied Publishers Pvt. Ltd,
3. S. Krishnamurthy Aiyar, Principles and Digest of Trusts laws
4. R.H.Mandsley and E.H.Burn, Trust and Trustees
5. Philip H. Pettit, Equity and Law of Trust

LL.B. (Integrated) Five Years Degree Course

IV Semester
Paper III
Insurance Law

Unit I Insurance (Lectures 10)

i. Introduction, Meaning of Insurance,
ii. Historical Aspect,
iii. Characteristic of Insurance, Nature ofInsurance Contract
Unit II Theories of Insurance (Lectures 10)
i. Theory of Cooperation,
ii. Theory of Probability,
iii. Principles of Insurance, Utmost Good Faith,
iv. Insurable Interest
Unit III Types of Insurance (Lectures 10)
i. Types of Insurance: Life Insurance, Marine Insurance, Fire Insurance.
ii. Re-Insurance, Double Insurance, Insurance & Wages,
iii. Miscellaneous Insurance
Unit IV Basic Principles & IRDA (Lectures 10)
i. Indemnity, Subrogation, CausaProxima, Mitigation of Loss, Attachment of Risk, Contribution
ii. Constitution, Function and Powers of Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority
iii. Application of Consumer Protection Act, 1986

1. M.N.Mishra, Law of Insurance
2. C.Rangarajan, Handbook of Insurance and Allied Laws
3. Murthy &Raju, Insurance, Lexis Nexis

LL.B. (Integrated) Five Years Degree Course

IV Semester
Paper IV
Family Law-II
Hindu Law
Unit-I: Joint Hindu Family (Lectures 10)
i. Origin, Nature of Joint Family and Coparcenary, Characteristic features of Coparcenary,
ii. Distinction between Coparcenary and Joint Family,
iii. Classification of Property: Joint FamilyProperty and Separate Property,
iv. Karta: Position, Powers and Liabilities, Debts
Unit-II Partition & Succession (Lectures 10)
i. Partition: Definition, Persons entitled to demand Partition, Reopening and Reunion
ii. Hindu Succession Act, 1956: Features, Devolution of interest in Coparcenary Property (Sec.6),
iii. List of heirs in Class-I & II of the Schedule,
iv. Hindu Women’s Right to Property&Stridhan
Muslim Law
Unit III: Hiba& Will (Lectures 10)
i. Hiba: Definition, Essentials, Kinds and Formalities for a Valid Hiba, Revocation of Hiba.
ii. Will: Definition, Essentials and Kinds of a Valid Will, Abatement of Legacies, Revocation ofWill.
iii. Waqf
Unit-IV: Inheritance (Lectures 10)
i. Pre-emption: Definition, Classification & Formalities
ii. Inheritance under Sunni Law, Doctrine of Aul and Radd
1. Hindu Succession Act, 1956
1. J.D.M. Derrett- Hindu Law
2. A.A. Fyzee, Outlines of Mohammadan Law, Oxford University Press.
3. Mulla -Hindu Law, Butterworth Publication.
4. Paras Diwan, Hindu Law, Allahabad Law Agency
5. Dr.R.K.Singh, Hindu Law (Hindi), Allahabad Law Agency
6. Kusum&P.P.Sexena, Lecture on Hindu Law, Butterworths Publication

LL.B. (Integrated) Five Years Degree Course

IV Semester
Paper V
Banking Law
Unit I: Banking Law in India (Lectures 10)
i. Banking Regulation Act, 1949: Concept of Bank and Banker, Functions of Banks, Classification of Banks,
ii. Relationship betweenBank and Customer,
iii. Control by Government and it Agencies, Management of Banking companies, On account and audit,
Reconstruction and reorganization of banking companies, Social control over banking,
iv. Suspension and Winding up of Business of Banking Companies,
v. BankingOmbudsman,
vi. Recent Trends in Banking: Automatic Teller Machine and Internet Banking, SmartCredit Cards, Banking
Unit II: Regulation of Banks (Lectures 10)
i. Reserve Bank of India Act, 1934
ii. Incorporation, Capital, Management and Business of Banking Company,
iii. Central Bankingfunction of Reserve Bank of India,
iv. Collection and furnishing of Credit Information, Control ofReserve Bank of India over Non-Banking
Institutions and Financial Institutions,
v. Credit Control by Reserve Bank of India, General provisions and penalties.
Unit III: Negotiable Instruments (Lectures 10)
i. Negotiable Instrument Act, 1881
ii. Definition and characteristic of Negotiable Instruments, Types of Negotiable Instruments,
iii. Definition and Essentials of Promissory Note, Bill of Exchange and Cheque, Liabilities and
iv. Capacity of Parties of Negotiable Instrument, Holder and Holder in due course, Transfer and
v. Negotiation of Negotiable Instrument.
Unit IV:Cheques (Lectures 10)
i. Crossing of Cheques and payment, Dishonour of Cheques, Presentment and Payment,
ii. Dishonour,Noting and Protest of Negotiable Instrument,
iii. Endorsement: Definition, Essential of a validendorsement and its kinds,
iv. Rules of Evidence and compensation.
1. Bashyam and Adiga, The Negotiable Instrument Act.
2. M.L.Tannen, Tannen's Banking Law & Practice in India.
3. Dr. Avtar Singh, Negotiable Instrument Act.
4. S.N. Gupta, The Banking Law in Theory & Practice.
5. Sharma and Nainta, Banking Law & Negotiable Instruments Act.

LL.B. (Integrated) Five Years Degree Course

IV Semester
Paper VI
Constitutional Law of India-II

Unit –I: Fundamental Rights (Lectures 10)

i. Preamble and its Significance
ii. Definition of State for enforcement of fundamental rights-Justifiability of fundamental rights-Doctrine of
eclipse, severability, waiver, distinction between pre-constitutional law and postconstitutionallaw
iii. Right to Equality: Doctrine of Reasonable classification and the Principle of Absence of Arbitrariness,
Legitimate Expectations.

Unit II: Fundamental Rights (Lectures 10)

i. Fundamental Freedom: Freedom of Speech and Expression, Freedom of Association, Freedom
ofMovement, Freedom of Reside and Settle, Freedom of Trade, Business and Profession-expansionby
judicial interpretation-Reasonable Restrictions.
ii. Right to Life and Personal Liberty-scope and content (Expansive interpretation)
iii. Preventive Detention under the Constitution-Policy and safeguards-Judicial review
iv. Right against Exploitation-Forced Labourand Child Employment

Unit III: (Lectures 10)

i. Right to Constitutional Remedies-Judicial Review
ii. Freedom of Religion
iii. Educational and Cultural Rights

Unit IV: Directive Principle, Fundamental Duties, Social Justice (Lectures 10)
i. Directive Principle of State Policy-Nature and justiciability of the Directive Principles-
Interrelationshipbetween Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles.
ii. Fundamental Duties
iii. Social Justice under the Indian Constitution-Compensatory Discrimination for Backward Classes-Mandal
Commission’s case and other cases-Protective Discrimination Doctrine.

1. D.D.Basu, Shorter Constitution of India, Wadhwa, Nagpur

2. H.M.Seervai, Constitution of India, Tripathi Bombay
3. V.N.Shukla, Constitution of India, Eastern Book Co. Lko.
4. M.P.Jain, Constitution of India, Wadhwa Nagpur.
5. Granville Austin, The Indian Constitution: Cornerstone of A Nation, Oxford University Press.
6. B. Shiva Rao, The Framing of Indian Constitution- Select Document (1967).
7. Report of the Commission on Centre- State (Sarkaria Commission) (1987).
8. Report of the National Commission to Review the working of the Constitution (2002).
9. The Keshavanand Bharti Case – The untold story of Struggle for supremacy by Supreme Court and Parliament. (T. R .Andhyarujina) Edition.

LL.B. (Integrated) Five Years Degree Course

IV Semester
Paper VII

Unit I International Organizations (Lectures 10)

i. International Organization: Historical Development, Kinds, Approaches , Legal Personality, Capacity to

enter into international treaties .
ii. Relevancy of Perpetual Peace Models in the development of International Organizations.
iii. Comparative Study of Covenant of League of Nations and UN Charter.

Unit II United Nations Charter (Lectures 10)

i. Establishment of UN Charter.
ii. Preamble of UN Charter.
iii. Purposes and Principles of UN Charter
iv. Membership: Admission, Suspension and Expulsion , With drawl from UN Charter .
v. Functions and powers of General Assembly , Security Council , Economic and Social Council , Trusteeship
Council , Secretariat .
vi. Amendments to UN Charter (Art 108 and 109 of UN Charter) .

Unit III Dispute Settlement (Lectures 10)

i. Pacific Settlement of Disputes : Negotiation , Arbitration , Conciliation , Mediation , Good offices, Chapter
VI of UN Charter , Judicial Settlements of Disputes by International Courts and Tribunals: Difference
between Dispute and Situation , Difference between Permanent Court of International Justice and
International Court of Justice, International Court of Justice: Composition , Jurisdiction and Basic
Principles .
ii. Sanctions under Chapter VII of UN Charter.
iii. Collective Security under UN Charter.

Unit IV Law of War (Lectures 10)

i. Historical Development of Laws of War.

ii. Basic Principles of Laws of War / International Humanitarian Law.
iii. An Introduction to the Four Geneva Conventions of 1949.
iv. Nuremberg, Tokyo Trials and Genocide Convention.
v. International Criminal Court.
Books :

1. Principles of The Institutional Law of International Organizations, C.F. Amerasinghe, Cambridge

University Press, 2005.
2. The Law of International Organizations by Nigel White, Juris publications.
3. Law of International institutions by David Bowett , Sweet Maxwell Publications.
4. The Law of the United Nations by Hans Kelsen, Stevens and Sons Limited.
5. The Charter of The United Nations : A Commentary by Bruno Simma , Oxford University Press ,
6. International Court of Justice, Robert Kolb , Hart Publications .
7. An introduction to Law of United Nations , Robert Kolb , Hart Publications.
8. International Criminal Law, A Cassesse, Oxford Publications.
9. International Dispute Settlement, J .G. Merrills , Cambridge university Press.

LL.B. (Integrated) Five Years Degree Course

Vth Semester
Paper I
Human Rights Law

Unit-I: Human Rights (Lecture 10)

i. Human Rights: Meaning, Evolution of Human Rights: Ancient and Natural Law Perspective,
ii. Natural Rights and Human Rights, Legal Right and Human Rights, Human Rights-Classification,
iii. Human Rights and League of Nations, Sources of International Human Rights Law,
iv. Human Rights-Importance
Unit-II: International Human Rights Law (Lectures 10)
i. U.N.Charter and Human Rights, Universal Declaration of Human Rights and its legal significance.
ii. Covenants and Conventions: International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, International
Conventions on Civil & Political Rights, 1966.
iii. The European Convention on Human Rights, 1950, The American Convention on Human Rights, 1969,
African Charter on Human and Peoples Rights,
iv. The Vienna Conference on Human Rights, Convention against Torture and Other Cruel Inhuman or
Degrading Treatment or Punishment.
Unit III: National Human Rights Law (Lectures 10)
i. Human Rights in India, Human Rights and Indian Constitution, The Protection of Human Rights Act, 1992
ii. Judicial activism & Protection of Human Rights in India, Role of Non-Governmental organization in the
Promotion and Protection of Human Rights.
iii. National Human Rights Commission, National Commission for Minorities, National Commission
ForSafaiKaramcharis, National Commission for Women, National Commission for Backward Classes and National
Commission for Schedule Castes and Schedule Tribes.
Unit IV Specific Human Rights (Lectures 10)
i. Prisoners; Women and Children.
ii. Indigenous People
iii. Disabled
iv. Senior Citizens
v. Refugee
1. The Charter of UNO
2. The Protection of Human Rights Act, 1993
3. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights, 1948
4. The Protection of Human Rights Act, 1993
1. Prof. S.K.Verma, Public International Law, Prentice Hall of India
2. Wallace, International Human Rights, Sweet & Maxwell
3. Theodor Meron (ed.), Human Right in International Law
4. V.R.KrishnaIyer, The Dialectics and Dynamics of Human Right in India
5. S.K.Kapoor, Human Right under Int.Law& Indian Law

LL.B. (Integrated) Five Years Degree Course

Vth Semester
Paper II
Code of Civil Procedure I

Unit I: Introduction (Lectures 10)

i. Definition: Decree, Judgment, Order, Foreign Court, Foreign Judgment, Mens Profits, Affidavit, Plaint,
Written Statement, Legal Representative
ii. Suit of a Civil Nature,
iii. Important Concepts: Res-sub-judice, Resjudicata, Restrictions, Caveat, Inherent Power, Courts
Unit II: Initial Steps in a Suit (Lectures 10)
i. Jurisdiction and place of suing
ii. Institution of suit
iii. Pleading: Meaning, Object, General Rules, Amendment of Pleading, Plaint and Written statement
iv. Parties to a Suit
v. Discovery, Inspection and Production of Documents
vi. Appearance and Non-Appearance of Parties, First Hearing
Unit III: Interim Orders (Lectures 10)
i. Commission
ii. Arrest before judgment
iii. Attachment before judgment
iv. Temporary Injunctions, Interlocutory Order
v. Receiver, Security of costs
Unit IV: Suit in Particular Case (Lectures 10)
i. Suits by or against Government
ii. Suits by indigent person
iii. Inter-pleader Suit
iv. Summary Procedure
v. Suits relating to Pubic Nuisance
1. The Civil Procedure Code, 1908
1. Mulla, Code of Civil Procedure, Universal, Delhi
2. C.K.Thakkar, Code of Civil Procedure,Universal Delhi
3. M.P.Tandon, Code of Civil Procedure
4. Anil Nandwani, Code of Civil Procedure
5. C.K.Takwani, Code of Civil Prodecure

LL.B. (Integrated) Five Years Degree Course

Vth Semester
Paper III
Law of Evidence

Unit-I: Introduction and Relevancy (Lectures-10)

i. Evidence and its Relationship with the Substantive and Procedural Laws
ii. Definitions: Facts, Facts in Issue, Relevant Fact, Evidence Proved, Disproved, not Proved, Oral and
Documentary Evidence, Factum Probandum and Factum Probans, Proof and Evidence
iii. Theory of Relevancy: a. Logical Relevancy, Legal Relevancy, Admissibility and Reliability b. Facts not
otherwise Relevant (Plea of Alibi)
iv. Doctrine of Res Gestae
v. Test Identification Parade
vi. Conspiracy
Unit-II: Statement – Admissions / Confessions and Dying Declarations (Lectures-10)
i. Admissions
ii. Confessions
iii. Dying Declarations
Unit-III: Method of Proof of Facts (Lectures-12)
i. Presumptions
ii. Expert Opinion
iii. Oral and Documentary Evidence
iv. Burden of Proof
v. Estoppel
vi. Privileged Communications
Unit-IV: Emerging Areas in the Law of Evidence (Lectures-10)
i. Evidence by Accomplice
ii. Definition of Witness, Witness Protection Scheme
iii. Examination of Witness, Cross Examination, Leading Questions and Hostile Witness
iv. Refreshing Memory
v. Impact of Forensic Science: Evidentiary Value in DNA Test, Narco-analysis.
1. M. Monir, Law of Evidence, Universal Law Publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd.
2. Rattan LalDheerajLal, Law of Evidence, Lexis Nexis.
3. BatukLal, Law of Evidence, Central Law Agency.

LL.B. (Integrated) Five Years Degree Course

Vth Semester
Paper IV
Labour Laws -I (Law relating to Labour Management Relation in India)

Unit-I Industrial Relation & Trade Union (Lectures 10)

i. Industrial Relation, Labour Problem and Labour Policy in India
ii. Trade Union Act, 1926 (Labour Management Relation); History and Development of Trade Union
Movement ,
iii. Registration of Trade Union, Rights and Liabilities of Registered Trade Union, Penalties and procedure,
Collective Bargaining-Process, Merit and Demerit
Unit-II Industrial Dispute Act, 1947 (Lectures 10)
i. Scope of Industry, Workmen, Employers, Industrial Disputes, Authorities under the Industrial Dispute Act,
ii. Procedure, Power and Duties of Authorities,
iii. Reference of Disputes to Boards, Courts or Tribunals
Unit-III Collective Bargaining Process (Lectures 10)
i. Strike, Lock Out, Lay Off, Retrenchment and Closure
ii. Unfair Labour Practices, Penalties, Offences by Companies etc.
iii. Industrial Employment (Standing Order) Act, 1946
Unit-IV Labour Welfare (Lectures 10)
i. Philosophy of Labour Welfare, Historical Development of Labour Welfare,
ii. The Factories Act, 1948: Interpretation-competent person, Hazardous process, manufacturing process,
Worker, Factory, Occupier, Health, Safety and Welfare, Working House of Adults, Employment of young
iii. Inspectors-Appointment and Powers.
1. Trade Union Act, 1926
2. Industrial Dispute Act, 1947
3. Factories Act, 1948
1. John Bowers & Simon Honey Ball, Text Book on Labour Law, Blackstone, London
2. K.M.Pillai, Labour and Industrial Laws
3. V.G.Goswami, Labour and Industrial Laws,
4. Dr. S.K.Puri, Labour and Industrial Laws (New Ed.)
5 D.D.Seth, Commentaries on Industrial Disputes Act,

LL.B. (Integrated) Five Years Degree Course

Vth Semester
Paper V
Code of Criminal Procedure-I

Unit I: Introduction (Lectures 10)

i. Object, Scope and Extent of Cr.P.C
ii. Definition
iii. Constitution of criminal courts and their powers
iv. Basic Concepts: Bailable Offence, Non-Bailable Offence, Cognizable Offence , Non-cognizable Offence,
Complaint, Charge, Police Report, Investigation, Inquiry and Trial, Summons Case, Warrant Case
Unit II: Provision for Investigation (Lectures 10)
i. Arrest, Search and Seizure
ii. Processes to Compel Appearance
iii. Information to Police
iv. Power to Investigate
Unit III: Proceedings before Magistrate (Lectures 10)
i. Jurisdiction of Criminal Courts in inquire and arrest
ii. Cognizance and Initiation of proceeding before Magistrate
iii. Complaints to Magistrate and commencement of proceedings
Unit IV: Public Order and Alimony (Lectures 10)
i. Security for Peace and Good Behaviour
ii. Maintenance of Public order and Tranquility
iii. Maintenance of Wife, Children and Parents
The Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973

1. Chandrasekharan Pillai, Kelkar Lecturer on Criminal Procedure,Eastern Book Co.
2. RatanLal&DheerajLal, Cr.PC, Universal, Delhi
3. Woodroffe, Commentaries on Cr.P.C, Universal

LL.B. (Integrated) Five Years Degree Course

Vth Semester
Paper VI

Unit-I: Evolution and Scope of Administrative Law (Lectures-10)

i. Nature, Scope and Development of Administrative Law
ii. Rule of Law and Administrative Law
iii. Separation of Powers and its Relevance
iv. Relationship between Constitutional Law and Administrative Law
v. Classification of Administrative Law
Unit-II: Legislative Functions of Administration (Lectures-10)
i. Meaning and Concept of Delegated Legislation
ii. Constitutionality of Delegated Legislation
iii. Control Mechanism: Parliamentary Control of Delegated Legislation; Judicial Control of Delegated
Legislation; Procedural control of Delegated Legislation, Sub-Delegation
Unit-III: Judicial Functions of Administration (Lectures-10)
i. Need for Devolution of Adjudicatory Authority on Administration
ii. Problems of Administrative Decision Making
iii. Nature of Administrative Tribunals: Constitution, Powers, Procedures, Rules of Evidence
iv. Principles of Natural Justice: Rule against Bias; Audi AlteramPartem
v. Writs: Habeas Corpus, Mandamus, Certiorari, Prohibition and Quo-warranto-Art.32 and 226.
Unit-IV: Administrative Discretion and Judicial Control of Administrative Action (Lectures-10)
i. Judicial Review of Administrative Action and Grounds of Judicial Review: Abuse of Discretion, Failure to
Exercise Discretion, Illegality, Irrationality, Procedure Impropriety, Doctrine of Legitimate Expectations
ii. Evolution of Concept of Ombudsmen
iii. Lokpal and Lokayukta Act and other Anti corruption Bodies and their Administrative Procedures
iv. Right to Information Act, 2005.
v. Public Undertaking and control.

Text Books:
1. H.W.R. Wade & C.F. Forsyth, Administrative Law, Oxford University Press.
2. M.P. Jain & S.N. Jain, Principles of Administrative Law, Lexis Nexis.
3. I.P. Massey, Administrative Law, Eastern Book Company.
4. C.K. Takwani, Lectures on Administrative Law, Eastern Book Company.
5. S.P. Sathe, Administrative Law, Lexis NexisButterworthsWadhwa.

LL.B. (Integrated) Five Years Degree Course

Vth Semester
Paper VII
Company Law I


i. Theory of Corporate Personality
ii. Meaning & Nature of Corporation.
iii. Uses and abuses of the corporate form: lifting the corporate veil.
iv. Kinds of Company: Conversion
v. Incorporation of Company: Promotion of the Company
i. Memorandum of Association: Contents & Alteration, Doctrine of Ultra Vires.
ii. Article of Association : Contents & Alteration Doctrine of Constructive Notice and Indoor Management
iii. Prospectus: Contents & Kinds; Liabilities for misstatement in Prospectus.
i. Share: Nature, Issue, Types, Allotment, Underwriting, Share Capital, Reduction of share capital, Transfer
and Transmission of securities. Dividend: Declaration of Dividend, Management of Unpaid Dividend;
Unpaid Dividend, Account, Investor Education and Protection Fund, Punishment for failure to distribute
ii. Borrowing powers and effect of unauthorized borrowing
iii. Debenture: Kinds, Debentures Holders, Debenture Trustees, Public Deposits Hybrid Instruments: Fully
Convertible Debentures, Partially Convertible Debenture.
iv. Charges and Mortgages, Registration of Charges Inter-corporate Investment
i. Membership of Company
ii. Meeting : Kinds and Procedure, Voting Rights and Kinds, Resolutions
iii. Directors: Appointment and Qualifications of Directors, Kinds. Removal, Director Identification Number
and Obligation. Powers and Duties. Meetings of Board and its Powers.
1. The Companies Act, 2013
2. The Companies Rules
3. The Indian Contract Act, 1872
4. Securities Contract Regulation Act, 1956
5. SEBI (Issue of Capital & Disclosure Requirements) Regulations 2009
1. L.C.B. Gower, Principles of Modern Company Law, Sweet & Maxwell, London
2. A Ramaiya, Guide to Companies Act, Lexis Nexis Palmer, Palmer’s Company Law, 1987 Stevens,
3. Dr A.K. Majumdar&Dr G.K. Kapoor, Taxmann’s Company Law and Practice, Taxmann.
4. Robert R. Penington, Company Law, Oxford University Press

LL.B. (Integrated) Five Years Degree Course

VIth Semester
Paper I
Environmental Law
UNIT-I: Environmental Law (Lectures-10)
i. Introduction; Environment: Meaning. Environment Pollution: Meaning and Issues
ii. Constitutional Guidelines Right to Wholesome Environment: Evolution and Application, Environment
Protection & Public Interest Litigation
iii. Environmental Laws: India and International; Law of Torts; Law of Crimes; Public Nuisance;
iv. Emergence of Environmental Legislations

UNIT-II: Prevention and Control of Water, Air, Noise and Land Pollution (Lectures-10)
i. The Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1974.
ii. Water Pollution: Definition Central and State Pollution Control Boards: Constitution, Powers and
iii. Functions Water Pollution Control Areas, Sample of effluents: Procedure; Restraint Order, Consent requirement:
Procedure, Grant/Refusal, Withdrawal, Citizen Suit Provision
iv. Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1981
v. Air Pollution: Definitions.
vi. Central and State Pollution Control Boards: Constitution, Powers and Functions. Air Pollution Control Areas.
Consent Requirement: Procedure, Grant/Refusal, Withdrawal. Sample of Effluents: Procedure; Restraint Order.
Citizen Suit Provision
vii. Noise Pollution Control Order, 2000 d. Land Pollution

UNIT-III: Environmental Law, Forest & Wildlife (Lectures-10)

i. Environmental (Protection) Act, 1986: Environment, Environment Pollutant, Environment Pollution‟
ii. Powers and Functions of Central Govt.
iii. Important Notifications U/s 6: Hazardous Substance Regulation, BioMedical Waste Regulation and Coastal
Zone Management, Environment Impact Assessment, Public Participation & Citizen Suit Provision
iv. Laws Related to Forest: Forest Act, 1927. Kinds of forest – Private, Reserved, Protected and Village
Forests The Forest (Conservation) Act, 1980 iv. Forest Conservation vis-a visTribals’ Rights
v. The Wild Life (Protection) Act, 1972: Authorities to be Appointed and Constituted under the Act. Hunting
of Wild Animals. Protection of Specified Plants. Protected Area. Trade or Commerce in Wild Animals,
Animal Articles and Trophies; Its Prohibition

UNIT-IV: International Environment Law & Issues (Lectures-10)

i. Introduction to International Environmental Laws: Environmental Law: Human Rights Perspective, Stockholm
Declaration: Brief overview, Rio-Declaration: Brief Overview iv. Important Doctrines: Sustainable
Development– Meaning and Scope Precautionary Principle: Polluter pays Principle-Public Trust Doctrine,
UNEP, Climate Change Mitigation.
ii. National Green Tribunal: Constitution, Functions and Powers

1. ShyamDiwan& Armin Rosencranz, Environmental Law and Policy in India, Oxford University Press, 2nd
2. P. Leelakrishnan, Environmental Law in India, Lexis Nexi .
2. S. C. Shastri, Environmental Law, Eastern Book Company.
3. Gurdip Singh, Environmental Law in India, MacMillan Publisher.
4. Benny Joseph, Environment Studies, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi.

LL.B. (Integrated) Five Years Degree Course

VIth Semester
Paper II
Code of Civil Procedure & Law of Limitation II
Unit I: Judgment and Decree (Lectures 10)
i. Judgment: Definition, Essentials, Pronouncement, Contents and Alteration
ii. Decree: Definition, Essentials, Types, Drawing up of a Decree, Contents.
iii. Decree in particularCases Interest, Costs
Unit II: Execution (Lectures 10)
i. Execution Court
ii. Payment under Decree
iii. Application for Execution
iv. Modes of Execution
v. Questions to be determined by Executing Court
Unit III: Appeals (Lectures 10)
i. Appeals from Original Decree
ii. Appeals from Appellate Decree
iii. General provisions relating to Appeals
iv. Appeals to Supreme Court
v. Appeals by Indigent Person
vi. Reference to High Court
vii. Review and Revision
viii. Execution
Unit IV: Law of Limitation and Registration (Lectures 10)
i. Meaning, nature and scope of Law of Limitation
ii. Bar of Limitation and its Efficacy
iii. Sufficient Cause: its Meaning And Applicability
iv. Legal Disability: Meaning, Scope and Effect
v. Continuous running of time: General principle, Meaning, scope and it exceptions
vi. Law relating to Registration of Documents

1. The Civil Procedure Code, 1908
2. The Limitation Act, 1963
1. Mulla, Code of Civil Procedure, Universal, Delhi
2. C.K.Thakkar, Code of Civil Procedure, Universal Delhi
3. M.P.Tandon, Code of Civil Procedure
4. Anil Nandwani, Code of Civil Procedure
5. C.K.Takwani, Code of Civil Prodecure

LL.B. (Integrated) Five Years Degree Course

VIth Semester
Paper III
Forensic Science
Unit-I Forensic Science (Lectures 10)
i. Forensic Science: Definition. Use of Forensic Science in Legal Process
ii. Evidence-(a) Documentary Evidence: Medial Certificates, Medico-Legal Reports,
iii. DyingDeclaration, Death Certificate. (B) Oral Evidence: Dying Declaration-Deposition of a MedicalWitness taken in a
Lower Court.
Unit-II Forensic Science Use in Criminal Law (Lectures 10)
i. Personal Identity: Definition, Race, Sex Determination, Anthropometry, Dactylography, FootPrints, Scars, Deformities,
Tattoo Marks, Occupational Marks, Hand Writing, Clothes PersonalArticles, Speech & Voices, DNA, Finger Printing
ii. Post Mortem Examination: Objectives, Rules, External Examination, Internal Examination,Cause of Death
iii. Examination of the Biological Stains & Hairs: Blood, Semen, Saliva Stains, Hairs & Fibers
iv. Medico-Legal Aspect of Sterilization, Impotence, Sterility & Artificial Insemination, surrogateBirths, Semen Banking,
Virginity, Pregnancy and Delivery, Sexual Offences & Unnatural SexualOffence, AIDS
v. Legitimacy & Legal Aspect of Marriage, Infanticide, Abortion & Medical Termination of Pregnancy
Unit III Death & Wounds (Lectures 10)
i. Death and its Medico-Legal Aspect-Definition, Mode of Death, Sudden Death, Sign of Death, Time since Death,
Presumption of Death, Presumption of Survivorship
ii. Deaths from Asphyxia : Introduction, Hanging, Strangulation, Suffocation, Drowning.
iii. Injuries by Mechanical Violence: Introduction, Business & Contusions, Abrasions, Wounds, Introduction to Fire Arms
& ammunitions
iv. Medico-Legal aspect of Wounds: Nature of injury, Examination of Injured Persons, Cause of Death from Wounds,
Power of Volitional, Acts after receiving a Fatal injury, Difference between wounds inflicted during life & after
v. Difference between Suicidal, Homicidal & Accidental Wounds
Unit IV Mental health & Toxicology (Lectures 10)
i. Insanity in its Medico-Legal Aspect: Introduction, Cause of Mental ill Health, Indication ofMental Health,
Classification of Mental Diseases, Feigned Mental ill health, CriminalResponsibility
ii. Torture & Medicine: Introduction & Definition, Reasons for Torture, Types of Torture, Medico-Legal Aspects of
Torture, Post Mortem Detection of Torture.
iii. Toxicology: Law relating to Poisons, Action of Poisons, Asphyxiates (Irrespirable Cases), Carbon Di-Oxide, Carbon
mono-Oxide, War Gases
iv. Law & Medicines, Medical Ethics, Medical Council Act, Professional Negligence,
v. Transplantation of Human Organs, Human Experimentation

J.P. Modi, Medical Jurisprudence.

LL.B. (Integrated) Five Years Degree Course

VIth Semester
Paper IV
Labour Laws-II (Social Security and Wage Legislation)

Unit-I: Workmen’s Compensation Act, 1923 (Sec.1-10, 12, 14, 14A, 17 & 20) (Lectures 10)
i. Conceptual frame work of Social Security-Evolution and concept of Social Security, Scheme of Social Security,
ii. Workmen’s Compensation Act, 1923: Definitions, Aims & Object, Liability of Employer,
iii. Notional Extension &Defenses, Determination of Amount of Compensation, Compensation when due-Penalty for
default, Contracting Out (Sec.17),
iv. Appointment & Powers of Commissioner (Sec.19-31)
v. Employers’ Liability Act, 1938: Definitions, Defense of Common Employment, Contracting Out and risks not to be
deemed to have been assumed without full knowledge.
Unit-II: Maternity Benefit Act, 1961 (Sec.3-18) (Lectures 10)
i. Maternity Benefit Act, 1961: Aims & Object, Definitions, Restriction on employment, Right to Maternity Benefit,
Medical Bonus, Leave Dismissal during Pregnancy (Sec.10-16), forfeiture of Maternity Benefit, Leave for Miscarriage,
ii. Penalty for contravention of Act by Employer, Cognizance of offences.
iii. The Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972: Aims and Objects of Act, Definition, Controlling Authority,
iv. Payment of Gratuity, Recovery of Gratuity, Determination of the amount of Gratuity
Unit-III: Minimum Wages Act, 1948 (Lectures 10)
i. Theories and Concept of Wages , Aims & Objects of Act, Definition, Fixation & Revision ofrates of Wages, Working
Hours and Determination of Wages and Claim etc. Authority-
ii. Appointment & Powers of the Authority.
iii. The Equal Remuneration Act, 1976, Payment of Remuneration at equal rates to Men and Womenworkers and other
Unit-IV: Payment of Wages Act, 1936 (Lectures 10)
i. Aims & Object, Responsibility of Payment of Wages,
ii. Time of Payment of Wages & Fixation ofWage Period, Authorized Deductions (Sec.7 to 13),
iii. Appointment & Powers of Inspectors andAuthority for Adjudication of Claims (Sec.15-18),
iv. Penalty for offences under the Act.
v. The Payment of Bonus Act: Scope and Application, Definition, Computation of Gross profit and available surplus,
Eligibility for Bonus, Disqualification for Bonus, Minimum and MaximumBonus.
1. Workmen’s Compensation Act, 1923
2. Maternity Benefit Act, 1961
3. Payment of Wages Act, 1936
4. Minimum Wages Act, 1948

i. S.C. Srivastava, Industrial Relations and Labour Law, Vikas Publishing House, New Delhi
ii. Indian Law Institute, Cases and Materials on Labour Law and Labour Relations
iii. P.L. Malik, Industrial Law, Eastern Book Company,
iv. Dr. Goswami, Labour and Industrial Law, Central Law Agency

LL.B. (Integrated) Five Years Degree Course

VIth Semester
Paper V
Code of Criminal Procedure-II

Unit I: Introduction to Trial (Lectures 10)

i. Charge& Plea Bargaining
ii. Trial by Session Court
iii. Warrant Trial
iv. Mode of taking and recording
v. Evidence
Unit II: Trials (Lectures 10)
i. Summons Trial in summons cases
ii. Summary Trial
iii. General provision as to Enquiries and Trial
iv. Judgment
Unit III: Appeal, Revision and Reference (Lectures 10)
i. Appeals and Appellate Authorities in Criminal cases
ii. Revision
iii. Reference and Inherent power of High Court
Unit IV: Bail and Sentencing (Lectures 10)
i. Execution of Sentence
ii. Suspension, Remission and Commutation of Sentences
iii. Provision as to Bail
iv. Opportunity of hearing concept before criminal courts
v. Limitation for taking cognizance
vi. Probation & Parole
The Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973
1. Chandrasekharan Pillai, Kelkar Lecturer on Criminal Procedure, Eastern Book Co.
2. RatanLal&DheerajLal, Cr.PC, Universal, Delhi
3. Woodroffe, Commentaries on Cr.P.C, Universal

LL.B. (Integrated) Five Years Degree Course

VIth Semester
Paper VI

Unit I: Cyber Law (Lectures 10)

i. Fundamentals of Cyber Law,
ii. Understanding Cyber Space
iii. Interface of Technology and Law Defining Cyber Laws,
iv. UNCITRAL Model Law on Electronic Commerce
Unit II E-Governance (Lectures 08)
i. Information Technology Act, 2000
ii. E-Commerce, E-Governance, e-Contracts, E-Banking, E-Tendering
iii. Digital and Electronic Signatures, Controller, Subscribers, Certifying Authorities, Computer Emergency
Response Team
iv. Cyber Authorities

Unit III Cyber Crimes (Lectures 12)

i. Cyber Hacking, Cyber Terrorism, Cyber Stalking, Child Pornography

ii. Steganography, Unauthorized Access, Data & Identity Theft, Cyber Squatting,
iii. Breach of Privacy, Protected Systems, Obscenity and Transmission of Sexual Message, Cyber Cheating by
iv. Occupying Stolen Computer and Storing Devices.
Unit IV: Cyber Adjudication (Lectures 10)
i. Cyber Disputes: Jurisdiction; Legal Issues.
ii. Cyber Adjudication, Collection & Admissibility of Electronic Evidences, Cyber Appellate Tribunal.
iii. Intellectual Property Rights & Its Interface with Cyber Law
iv. Copyright law &Cyber law, Trademark law & Cyberspace, Law relating to Semiconductor Layout &

1. Nandan Kamath Ed., Law Relating To Computers, Internet and E- commerce, Universal Law Publishing Co.
Pvt. Ltd.
2. Chris Read, Internet Law,Oxford University Press.
3. Yee Fen Lim, Cyberspace Law, Oxford University Press.
4. ILI Publication. Legal Dimensions of Cyber Space.
5. Andrews S. Tanenbaum, Computer Networks: Fourth Edition, Pearson Education.

LL.B. (Integrated) Five Years Degree Course

VIth Semester
Paper VII

Unit I: Protection of Corporation and Shareholders (Lectures 10)

i. Account Books of Company, Corporate Auditing: Types : Liabilities
ii. Corporate Scams and Serious Fraud Investigation Office Inspection, Inquiry and Investigation
iii. Majority Rule
iv. Protection of Minority; Oppression and Mismanagement, Class Action & Derivative Action.
Unit II: Corporate Combination (Lectures 10)
i. Compromises & Arrangements and Amalgamations
ii. Merger or Amalgamation, types, causes & Legal Issues; Role of Government & Tribunal
iii. Takeover : Meaning and Types
Unit III: Corporate Social Responsibility & Corporate Rehabilitation (Lectures 10)
i. Corporate Governance & Corporate Social Responsibility, Meaning, Types
ii. Removal of names of Companies from the Register of Companies.
iii. Revival and Rehabilitation of Sick Companies, Insolvency & Bankruptcy Code, 2016: An
Unit IV: Corporate Death & NCLT, NCLAT (Lectures 10)
i. Winding Up: Winding up by the Tribunal and winding up by Insolvency Board.
ii. Circumstances of Winding Up, Power & Jurisdiction of the Tribunal, Power and Duties of Company
Liquidator, Liability of officers, Penalty for fraud by officers etc.
iii. Official Liquidators; Appointment, Power and Functions, Procedure, Order of Dissolution of Company
iv. NCLT, NCLAT: Special Courts Definition, Constitution, Powers & Functions, Commercial Courts Act,
2015: An Overview.
1. The Companies Act, 2013
2. The Companies Rules
3. The Indian Contract Act, 1872
5. Securities Contract Regulation Act, 1956
6. SEBI (Issue of Capital & Disclosure Requirements) Regulations 2009
i. C.B. Gower, Principles of Modern Company Law, Sweet & Maxwell, London
ii. A Ramaiya, Guide to Companies Act, Lexis Nexis Palmer, Palmer’s Company Law, Stevens, London.
iii. Dr A.K. Majumdar &Dr G.K. Kapoor, Taxmann’s Company Law and Practice, Taxmann.
iv. Robert R. Penington, Company Law, Oxford University Press

LL.B. (Integrated) Five Years Degree Course

VIIth Semester
Paper I
Intellectual Property Law I

Unit-I: Intellectual Property Rights (Lectures 10)

i. Meaning of Intellectual Property: International Instruments: Paris Union, Berne Convention,TRIPS, WIPO,PCT,
ii. Theories of IPR,
iii. The Copyright Act:Historical Background, Copyright Act, 1957
iv. Copyright in Literary, Dramatic and Musical, Works, Sound Recording, Cinematograph Films, Copyright in Computer
v. Author Special Rights, Moral & Economic Rights, Right of Broadcasting and Performers, Terms of Copyright,
International Copyright
Unit II Copyright, Protection & Infringement (Lectures 10)
i. Copyright Registrar and Copyright Board-Power and Procedure.
ii. Copyright Societies, Ownership, Assignment, License, Translation of Copyright, CompulsoryLicences,
iii. Infringement-Criteria of Infringement, Infringement of Copyright-Films, Literary andDramatic works, Importation and
Infringement, Fair use provisions, Piracy in Internet,
iv. Remedies-especially possibility of Anton Pillar Injunctive Relief in India.
v. Digital Rights & Copyright
Unit II Patent (Lectures 10)
i. The Patents Act, 1970
ii. Introduction to Patent Law
iii. Definitions (s2), Criteria for Patents, Patentable Inventions
iv. Non-Patentable Inventions (s3) e. Procedure for Filing Patent Application (ss6-53)
v. Revocation of Patent (s64), Licensing, Compulsory Licensing (ss82-92A)
vi. Parallel Import (s107A) & Rights of Patentee,
Unit III: Patent, Protection & Infringement (Lectures 10)
i. Government use (Sec. 99),
ii. Infringement (Sec.104 to 115), PatentAgents (Sec.125 to 132),
iii. International Arrangements (Sec.133 to 139),
iv. Paris convention, 1999.
v. Amendment of 1999 & 2005 Exclusive Marketing Rights,
vi. International Patent
Unit IV: The Trade Marks Act, 1999 (Lectures 10)
i. Introduction to Trademark Law
ii. Brief Introduction to related International Treaties and Conventions
iii. Definitions (s2), Registration of Trademarks, Procedure, Grounds of Refusal and Well Known Trademarks (ss9-12,
ss18-23 and s33), Deceptive Similarity
iv. Passing Off, Infringement and Exceptions to Infringement Actions, Remedies (ss27-30, s34, ss134-135)
v. Assignment and Licensing (ss48-53), Intellectual Property Appellate Board (ss83-100), Conflicts of Trademarks with
Domain Name
vi. Unconventional Trademarks
1. N.S. Gopalakrishnan& T.G. Ajitha, Principles of Intellectual Property, Eastern Book Company.
2. B.L. Wadhera, Law Relating to Intellectual Property, Universal Law Publishing.
3. S. Narayan, Intellectual Property Law in India, Gogia Law Agency, Hyderabad.
4. A. K. Bansal, Law of Trademark In India, Thomson & Reuter.
5. V.K. Ahuja, Law Relating to Intellectual Property Law, Lexis Nexis.
6 Elizabeth Veghese, Law of Patents, Eastern India Company.
7. JayashreeWatal, Intellectual Property Rights in the WTO and Developing Countries, Oxford University Press.
8. P. Narayanan, Law of Trademarks (The Trademarks Act 1999) and Passing Off, Eastern Law, Calcutta.
9. W.R. Cornish, Intellectual Property: Patents, Copyright, Trademark and Allied Rights, Universal Law Publishing.
10. Dr.C.P.Singh, BaudhduikSampadaVidhi, Allahabad Law Agency, Allahabad.

LL.B. (Integrated) Five Years Degree Course

VIIth Semester

Paper II
Law relating to women and Children
Unit I: Introduction (Lectures 10)
i. Status of Women, International and National, Empowerment of women,
ii. International concerns and Conventions relating to Women, Constitutional and legal status of women in
iii. Women Rights regarding to Marriage, Divorce ,Property and Maintenance, Maternity, and work
Unit II: Law Relating to Women (Lectures 10)
i. Protection under Criminal Law,Dowry Prohibition Act , Prevention of Immoral Traffic Act; The
Commission of Sati (Prevention) Act,Indecent Representation of Women (Prohibition) Act,.etc, Sexual
Harassment at Work Place, Domestic Violence, Domestic Workers Welfare and Social Security Act, 2010
ii. Protection for employment, and in Family, Family Court
iii. Women Commission and NGOs
Unit III Law relating to Children (Lectures 10)
i. Introduction
ii. Social, Constitutional and International Legal status of Child.
iii. International Conventions and Agenciesrelating to Protection of Children.
iv. Constitutional safeguards to Children, Status of Child under Personal Laws (Hindu, Muslim).
v. Marriage, Legitimacy, Guardianship, Adoption, Maintenance and Custody
vi. Juvenile Delinquency, Child Sexual Abuse
Unit IV Criminality & Children (Lectures 10)
i. Discrimination against Female Children; Termination of pregnancy; PNDT Act
ii. Child Labour (Prohibition and Regulation) Act.
iii. Child Marriage Restraint Act,
iv. Commission for the Protection of Child Act, 2005
v. Juvenile Justice Care and Protection Act 2015
vi. Protection of Children from Sexual Abuse Act 2012, Etc
1. Mamta Rao, Law Relating to Women and Children, Eastern Book Company.
2. Nomita Agarwal, Women and Law, New Century Publishing House.
3. Flavia Agnes, Women Law In India Oxford university Press
4. Flavia Agnes, The Law & Gender Equality, Oxford university Press

LL.B. (Integrated) Five Years Degree Course

VIIth Semester

Paper III
Land Laws and other Local Laws- I
Unit 1 Uttar Pradesh Land Law (Lectures 10)
i. General overview of Land Laws
ii. Special features & Object of U.P. Revenue Code, 2006
iii. Definitions Gram Sabha, Gram Panchayat and BhumiPrabhandak Committee
Unit- II Tenancy (Lectures 10)
i. Classes of Tenure Holder
ii. Rights of Tenure Holder
iii. Ejectment
Unit III Lease & Land Revenue (Lectures 10)
i. Lease Surrender and Abandonment
ii. Management and Allotment of Land by Land Management Committee
iii. Devolution & Succession
iv. Land Revenue
Unit IV Revenue Courts (Lectures 10)
i. Revenue Courts and Revenue Authorities
ii. Procedure and Powers of Revenue Court and Revenue Officers
iii. Maintenance of Records
iv. Appeal, Review and Revision

1. Dr. R.R. Maurya, U.P. Land laws, CLA
2. Dr. C.P. Singh, U.P. Land Laws, ALA
3. Dr. R.P. Singh, U.P. Land Laws

LL.B. (Integrated) Five Years Degree Course

VIIth Semester

Paper IV
Alternative Dispute Resolution
Unit I: Alternative Dispute Resolution (Lectures 10)
i. ADR: Concept, Need and Development, Advantages.
ii. Legal Framework: Legal Services Authorities Act, 1987 & Code of Civil Procedure
iii. Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996: Object, Development and Salient features
iv. Arbitration: Definition, Sources, Kinds, Scope and Differences to Court
v. Arbitration Agreement, Composition of Arbitral Tribunal
Unit II Arbitral Tribunal & Procedure (Lectures 10)
i. Jurisdiction of Arbitral Tribunal,
ii. Conduct of Arbitral Proceeding,
iii. Fast Track Arbitration
iv. Making of Arbitral Award and
v. Termination of Proceedings
Unit III Enforcement of Award and International Arbitration (Lectures10)
i. Recourse against Arbitral Award, finality and Enforcement of Arbitral Award, Appeal,
ii. Enforcement of Certain Foreign Awards, a. International Commercial Arbitration b. New-York and
Geneva Convention
Unit IV Conciliation & Mediation (Lectures 10)
i. Conciliation, Lok-Adalat& Permanent Lok-Adalat, Negotiation, Med Arb. Media,Summary trials, etc.
ii. Negotiation Theories, Development and its types
iii. Qualities of Negotiator and Process for Negotiation, International Negotiation
iv. Mediation &Good Offices
1. Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996
2. Legal Service Authority Act, 1987
1. B.P.Saraf&M.Jhunjhunwala, Law of Arbitration & Conciliation, Snow White,Mumbai
2. Gerald R.William (ed.), The New Arbitration & Conciliation Law of India
3. P.C.Rao& William Sheffield, Alternative Disputes Resolutions, Universal, Delhi
4. Johari, Commentary on Arbitration and Conciliation Act. Universal, Delhi
5. G.K.Kwatra, The Arbitration & Conciliation Law of India,Universal, Delhi
6. BanshiDharSingh, ADR System,CLP, Allahabad
7. J. G. Merrills, International Dispute Settlement. U.K : Cambridge University Press.
8. Robert J. Niemic, Donna Stienstra and Randall E. Ravitz, Guide to Judicial Management of Cases in ADR,
Federal Judicial Centre.
9. J. Auerbach, Justice Without Law? Oxford University Press, 1983
10. Abraham P. Ordover and Andrea Doneff, Alternatives to Litigation : Mediation, Arbitration, and the Art of
Dispute Resolution, Notre Dame: National Institute for Trial Advocacy, 2002

LL.B. (Integrated) Five Years Degree Course

VIIth Semester

Paper V
Law of Taxation-I
Unit I Introduction (Lectures 10)
i. History of Tax Law in India, Constitutional provisions relating to Taxation
ii. Nature and Scope ofTax,
iii. Definition: Persons, Assesses, Tax Pays, Previous year, Assessment years, Financial year,Income, Gross
Taxable Income, Taxable Income, Agricultural Income,
iv. Tax Evasion and TaxAvoidance
Unit II: Direct Tax (Lectures 10)
i. Income Tax, Residential Status: Rules (Sec.6),
ii. Tax LiabilityExemption (Sec.10),
iii. Deduction (Sec.80), related to individual, Expenses & Income, Rebate(Sec.88 & 88 B) ,
iv. Deemed income and clubbing of income,
v. Carry Forward and Set off of losses.
Unit III: Income Tax (Lectures 10)
i. Heads of Income: Income from Salary, House property, Business and Profession, Capital Gainand other
ii. Calculation of Gross Total and Taxable income, Tax rebate and Computation of Tax Liability,
iii. Tax Collection at source and Advance Tax
Unit IV Assessment (Lectures 10)
i. Assessment Procedure, Types of Assessment
ii. Income Tax Authority: Their function, Duties and Powers, Appeal, Offences, Fines and Penalties,
iii. Settlement of grievances and Prosecution, Income Tax Act, 1961, Income Tax Rules
1. VinodSinghania&KapilSinghania, Direct Taxes Law and Practice, Taxmann.
2. Chaturvedi&Pithisaria, Income Tax Act with Relevant Tax Allied Acts,, Lexis Nexis, Butterworths,
3. Taxmann’s Income Tax Act

LL.B. (Integrated) Five Years Degree Course

VIIth Semester

Paper VI
Private International Law

Unit – I: Introduction (Lectures – 10)

i. Application and Subject Matter of Private International Law
ii. Distinction with Public International Law
iii. Characterization and Theories of Characterization
iv. Concept of Renvoi
v. Application of Foreign Law
vi. Domicile &Jurisdiction of Courts
Unit – II: Family Law Issues (Lectures – 10)
i. Material and Formal Validity of Marriage under Indian and English Law
ii. Choice of Law and Jurisdiction of Courts in Matrimonial Causes: Dissolution of Marriage, Grounds of
Divorce, Restitution of Conjugal Rights,
iii. Recognition of Foreign Judgments
Unit – III: Adoption (Lectures – 10)
i. Recognition of Foreign Adoptions
ii. Adoption by foreign Parents,
iii. Jurisdiction under Indian and English Law
Unit – IV:Indian Law relating to Foreign Judgment (Lectures– 10)
i. Basis of recognition, recognition
ii. Finality, Failure
iii. Direct Execution of Foreign Decrees
1. Cheshire, Private International Law
2. Dr. Paras Diwan, Private International Law
3. Morris, Private International Law

LL.B. (Integrated) Five Years Degree Course

VIIth Semester

Paper VII Optional Paper

Constitutional Law Group


Constitutional Governance depends upon constitutional Institutions. India is a plural and federal country which is
having problems like abuse of electoral process, public corruption, abuse of panchayats and local self-governance,
Article 370, reservation. This subject aims to expose the students some of crucial issues of Indian constitutional

UNIT I Electoral Process (Lectures 10)

i. Free & Fair Elections, Backdrop

ii. Election Commission of India,
iii. Representation of Peoples & Contemporary Issues

UNIT II Local Self Governance (Lectures 10)

i. Local Self Governance: Backdrop & Constitutional Provisions

ii. Local Self Governance; Composition, Power & Functions
iii. Local Self Governance; Contemporary Issues

UNIT III Constitutional Governance & Corruption (Lectures 10)

i. Central Vigilance Commission,

ii. Comptroller & Auditor General
iii. Lokayukt,
iv. Judicial Accountability & Standards
v. Delivery of Public Service & Citizen’s Charter

UNIT IV Constitutional Governance & Challenges (Lectures 10)

i. Kashmir Problem & Article 370

ii. Administration of Tribal Areas
iii. Affirmative Action of State; Contemporary Issues
iv. NITI AYOG, Inter-State Water Disputes, National Development Council


1. D.D.Basu, Shorter Constitution of India,Wadhwa, Nagpur

2. H.M.Seervai, Constitution of India, Tripathi Bombay
3. V.N.Shukla, Constitution of India, Eastern Book Co. Lko.
4. M.P.Jain, Constitution of India, Wadhwa Nagpur
5. Glanville Austin, Indian Constitution-Cornerstone of the Nations, Oxford University Press.
6. P.M. Bakshi, The Constitution of India, Universal Law Publishing Co.
7. Prof. UpendraBuxi, The Crisis of Indian Legal System
8. Dr. Krishna Iyer, Constitutional Miscellany, EBC.

LL.B. (Integrated) Five Years Degree Course

VIIth Semester

Criminal Law Group

Socio-Economic Offences-I
Unit I: Introduction (Lectures 10)
i. 47 Law Commission Report Narcotic Drugs & PsychotropicSubstances Act, 1985
ii. Definition, Prohibition, Control & Regulation; Offences & Penalties, Procedure.
Unit II: Dowry & Sati Pratha (Lectures 10)
i. Dowry Prohibition Act, 1961 (Sec.2-10),
ii. Protection of Civil Right Act, 1955-Aim &Object; Offences.
iii. The Commission of Sati (Prevention) Act, 1987 (Brief Introduction).
Unit III: Prevention of Corruption (Lectures 10)
i. Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988-Power to appoint special judges, Offences &
ii. Penalties (Sec.7-16), Previous sanction necessary for prosecution (sec.19).
Unit IV: Smuggling & Forex Offences (Lectures 10)
i. Conservation of Foreign Exchange & Prevention of Smuggling Activities Act, 1974(COFEPOSA).
ii. Power to make order detaining certain persons (Sec.3); Section 4 to 7 briefly;
iii. Advisory Board (Sec.8 ); Sec. 9-13.

1. UpendraBaxi (ed.), Law and Poverty: Critical Essays (1988)
2. UpendraBaxi, Liberty and Corruption: Antuley Case and Beyond
3. R.R.Rajgopal, Violence and Response: A Critique of Indian Criminal System
4. Law Commission of India: 154 Reports; 155th Report

LL.B. (Integrated) Five Years Degree Course

VIIth Semester

Business Law Group

Competition Law


A free and fair market based on demand supply is must for a robust economy. The Competition law in India post WTO regime
was an obvious choice before the Indian Government to secure an efficient market based on market and competitive forces. This
paper aims to expose the students the competition law of India with a comparative overview of other jurisdictions as well.

Unit I: Competition Law (Lectures -6)

i. Evolution of Competition Law,

ii. Monopoly & Restrictive Trade Practices Act, 1969,
iii. Raghavan Committee Recommendations
iv. Competition Act, 2002, Objectives and Overview,
v. Appreciable Adverse Effect over the Competition, Unfair Trade Practices.

Unit II: Anti-Competitive Agreements (Lectures-12)

i. Horizontal Agreements: Price Fixing, Output Limitation, Market Sharing, Bid Rigging, Collusive Bidding, Cartel
ii. Vertical Agreements: Tie In Agreement, Exclusive Supply, Exclusive Distribution, Refusal To Deal & Resale Price
iii. Rule of Reason & Rule Per Se
iv. Competition & Intellectual property Rights; Inter-linkage

Unit III: Abuse of Dominant Position & Regulation of Combination (Lectures 12)

i. Abuse of Dominant Position: Dominant Position and Its Abuse, Predatory Pricing, Trade Barriers & Denial of Market
ii. Regulation of Combination: Threshold Limits, Procedure and Role of Commission

Unit IV: Competition Authorities & Investigation, Enforcement (Lectures 10)

i. Competition Commission of India: Composition, Appointment, Power, Function and Duties

ii. Director General, Power & Functions
iii. Competition Appellate Tribunal: Composition Power, Function
iv. Investigation: General Procedure and Remedies,
v. Extra-territorial Operation of Commission.
vi. Competition Advocacy,
vii. Leniency Programme, Contemporary Issues in Competition

Books & References:

1. T, Ramappa, Competition Law in India, Oxford University Press.

2. VinodDhall,Competition Law Today: Concept, Issues and Law in Practice, Oxford University Press.
3. Richard Wish, David Bailey, Competition Law, Oxford University Press.


FTC v Indiana Federation of Dentists

United States v Socony Vacuum Oil Co.
United States v. Trenton Potteries Co.
The Lombard Club Case; Standard Oil Co. of California v United States

LL.B. (Integrated) Five Years Degree Course

VIIth Semester

International Law Group

Law of International Organizations

Unit I – Introduction (Lectures 10)

i. History of International Organizations, Classifications , Concept and nature of international institutional

law .
ii. Legal Personality of International Organizations : The rationale for personality , Attribution of international
personality , Objective and Subjective personality test , The Reparation case , The consequences of
international personality .
iii. Memberships in International Organizations: Joining, Leaving, Suspension and Expulsion.
iv. Powers of International Organizations: Division of powers, Express, Implied and Inherent powers of
international organization .

Unit II – Working of an International Organizations (Lectures 10)

i. Voting and Sovereign equality, Consensus, Majority voting, Weighted voting, Veto system.
ii. Financing: Budget process, Control over budgetary process, expenses.
iii. Responsibility to and of International organizations: Law governing relations between international
organizations and other parties, Responsibility to International organization, Responsibility of International
iv. The law of employment relations: Development, nature of employment relationship, sources of the law .
v. Interpretation of the text of the treaty of international organization: Whether the treaty constituting an
international organization is a contract or a treaty? The process of interpretatio.

Unit III – International Dispute Settlement and International organizations (Lectures 10)

i. Methods of dispute settlement: Negotiation, Mediation, Conciliation, Arbitration .

ii. International Court of Justice :Organization , Procedure and Working of the court .
iii. United Nations Convention on Law of Sea, 1982: Principle of Compulsory settlement, Exceptions,
International Tribunal for Law of Sea (ITLOS) .
iv. International Trade Disputes: GATT to WTO, Dispute Settlement understanding, Good offices, conciliation
and mediation, Panel Proceedings, Appellate review.

Unit IV –Important International and Regional Organizations (Lectures 10)

i. WTO, IMF and World Bank.

ii. European Union, SAARC, NATO , BRICS .


1. Principles of The Institutional Law of International Organizations by C.F. Amerasinghe , Cambridge

Publications , 2013 .
2. The Law of International Organisations by Nigel White , Juris Publishing.
3. International Dispute Settlement by J.G. Merrills, Cambridge Publications.
4. Bowett’s Law of International Organizations by D W Bowett , Sweet Maxwell Publications.
5. Elgar Companion to International Court of Justice by Robert Kolb , Elgar Publications.

LL.B. (Integrated) Five Years Degree Course

VIIIth Semester
Paper I

Intellectual Property Law II

Unit I (The Designs Act, 2000) (Lectures-08)

i. Introduction to Designs Law
ii. Brief Introduction to related International Treaties and Conventions
iii. Definitions (s2), Registration of Designs and Procedure (ss3-9, s16,s21)
iv. Cancellation of Registration of Design (s19)
v. Piracy of Registered Design (s22) and Remedies
vi. Overlapping Between Designs Copyrights and Trademark
Unit II Geographical Indications (Lectures 10)
i. Law relating to Geographical Indications
ii. Introduction, meaning and salient features of Geographical Indication of Goods under the
iii. Geographical Indication of Goods (Registration and Protection) Act, 1999
iv. Procedure for Registration, Duration and Renewal, Right conferred by registration,
v. Infringement of Geographical Indication, Remedies, Offences and Penalties.
Unit III: Plant Variety, Bio-Diversity (Lectures 12)
i. Protection of Plant Varieties and Farmers Rights Act, 2001: Aims and Objects, Farmers Rights,
ii. Compulsory License, Registration, Infringement and Remedies.
iii. Biological Diversity Act, 2002: An Overview, Salient features of the Act, 2002-Brief Introduction.
Unit IV: Topography & Folklore (Lectures 10)
i. Semiconductor Integrated Circuit Layout Design Act
ii. Folklore, Indigenous Knowledge, Knowhow
1. N.S. Gopalakrishnan& T.G. Ajitha, Principles of Intellectual Property, Eastern Book Company.
2. B.L. Wadhera, Law Relating to Intellectual Property, Universal Law Publishing.
3. S. Narayan, Intellectual Property Law in India, Gogia Law Agency, Hyderabad.
4. A. K. Bansal, Law of Trademark in India, Thomson & Reuter.
5. V.K. Ahuja, Law Relating to Intellectual Property Law, Lexis Nexis.
6 Elizabeth Veghese, Law of Patents, Eastern India Company.
7. JayashreeWatal, Intellectual Property Rights in the WTO and Developing Countries, Oxford University Press.
8. P. Narayanan, Law of Trademarks (The Trademarks Act 1999) and Passing Off, Eastern Law, Calcutta.
9. W.R. Cornish, Intellectual Property: Patents, Copyright, Trademark and Allied Rights, Universal Law Publishing.
10.Dr.C.P.Singh, BaudhduikSampadaVidhi, Allahabad Law Agency, Allahabad.

LL.B. (Integrated) Five Years Degree Course

VIIIth Semester

Paper II
Interpretation of Statues
Unit I Interpretation & Equity (Lectures 10)
i. Legislative & Judicial Process,
ii. Principle of Utility, Law and Public Opinion, Relevance of John Rawlsand Robert Nozick-Individual
Interest to Community Interest.
iii. Classification of Statute, Temporary and Permanent Statute, Classification with reference to Methods.
iv. Classification of Statute with reference to Object.
v. General Clauses Act.
Unit II Statute Types and Structure (Lectures 10)
i. Meaning of the term Statute, General Clauses Act , 1897, Enactment, Interpretation and Construction,
Kinds of Statutes,
ii. Statutes are valid, Intention of the Legislature, Commencement, Operation, Repeal And Revival of
iii. Statute must be read as a whole in its context.
Unit III Rules & Maxims (Lectures 10)
i. Necessity for Rules of Interpretation, Literal Rule, Mischief Rule, Golden Rule , Purposive Rule
ii. Harmonious Construction.
iii. Maxims: Noscitur a sociis, Ejusdem generis, utresmagisvaleat quam pereat, Inbonampartem, Delegatus
non potestdelegare, Expressiouniusexclusioalterius.
Unit IV Aids to Interpretation (Lectures 10)
i. Interprtation of Directory and Mandatory provision, Beneficial Construction,
ii. Taxing Statutes,Penal Statutes,
iii. Internal Aids to Interpretation.
iv. External Aids to Interpretation.
1. P.St.Langan (Ed.), Maxwell on the Interpretation of Statutes, N.M.Tripathi, M ombai
2. Vepa, Sarathi, Interpretation of Statutes
3. Bawa& Roy, Interpretation of Statutes
4. Benthem Theory of Legislation, Eastern Book Co.
5. G.P.Singh, Principles of Statutory Interpretation, Wadhwa

LL.B. (Integrated) Five Years Degree Course

VIIIth Semester

Paper III
Land Laws and Agricultural Laws II

Unit I Consolidation of Holding (Lectures 10)

i. U.P.Consolidation of Holding Act, 1953
ii. Aims & Objectives
iii. Opening and Closure
iv. Consolidation Scheme, Statement of Principles
v. Consolidation Authorities, Enforcement & Miscellaneous
Unit II Panchayat (Lectures 10)
i. U.P.Panchayat Raj Act, 1947
ii. Constitutional Framework
iii. Gram Sabha, Gram Panchayat, NyayPanchayat:Powers, Composition and Functions
Unit III:Rent& Eviction (Lectures 10)
i. U.P.Urban Building (Regulation of Letting, Rent and Eviction) Act, 1947
ii. Aims & Objectives, Definitions
iii. Letting, Standard Rent, Eviction
iv. Ejectment &Miscellaneous
Unit IV:Urban Planning & Municipalities (Lectures 10)
i. U.P.Urban Planning and Development Act, 1973;
ii. U.P.Municipalities Act, 1916
1. U.P.Consolidation of Holding Act, 1953
2. U.P.Panchayat Raj Act, 1947
3. U.P.Urban Building (Regulation of Letting, Rent and Eviction) Act, 1947
4. U.P.Urban Planning and Development Act, 1973
5. U.P.Municipalities Act, 1916

LL.B. (Integrated) Five Years Degree Course

VIIIth Semester

Paper IV
Drafting, Pleading & Conveyancing
Unit-I: Fundamental Rules of Pleadings (Lectures-10)
i. Pleadings (Order 6 CPC)
ii. Plaint Structure &Written Statement and Affidavit d
iii. Application under Section 5 of the Limitation Act
iv. Application for Setting aside ex-parte Decree
v. Writ Petitions
Unit-II: Civil Pleadings (Lectures-10)
i. Suit for Recovery under Order XXXVII of CPC
ii. Suit for Permanent Injunction
iii. Suit for Dissolution of Partnership
iv. Application for Temporary Injunction Order XXXIX of CPC
v. Appeal from Original Decree under Order 41 of CPC
vi. Revision Petition
vii. Review Petition
Unit-III: General Principles of Criminal Pleadings (Lectures-10)
i. Application for Bail
ii. Application under Section 125 CRPC
iii. Compounding of Offences by Way of Compromise under Section 320 (i) CRPC
iv. Complaint under Section 138, Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881
v. Application under Section 482, CRPC
Unit-IV: Conveyancing (Lectures-10)
i. Notice to the Tenant under Section 106 of Transfer of Property Act
ii. Notice under Section 80 of CPC
iii. Notice under Section 434 of the Companies Act
iv. Reply to Notice
v. General Power of Attorney
vi. Will
vii. Agreement to Sell Sale-Deed Lease-Deed, Partnership Deed, Mortgage Deed, Relinquishment Deed, Deed of Gift
viii. Law relating to Stamps: Judicial and Non-judicial Stamps, E-stamping
i. Petition for Grant of Probate / Letters of Administration
ii. Application for Appointment of Receiver/Local Commissioner
iii. Application for Compromise of Suit
iv. Application for Appointment of Guardian
v. Application to Sue as an Indigent Person under Order 33 CPC
vi. Appeal from orders under order 43 of CPC
vii. Application for execution
viii. Application for caveat section 148A of CPC
ix. Writ Petition x. Special Power of Attorney
x. Reference to Arbitration and Deed of Arbitration
xi. Notice for Specific Performance of Contract
1. N.S. Bindra, Conveyancing, Draftsm54+8an and Interpretation of Dates, Eastern Book Company.
2. G.C. Mogha& S. N. Dhingra, Mogha’s Law of Pleading in India with Precedents, Eastern Law House, 18th Edn
3. C. R. Datta& M.N. Das, D’Souza’s Form and Precedents of Conveyancing, Eastern Law House.

LL.B. (Integrated) Five Years Degree Course

VIIIth Semester
Paper V
Indirect Tax
Goods And Service Tax

UNIT I Goods & Service Tax (Lectures 10)

i. GST; Concept, Historical Overview, Constitutional Framework

ii. VAT & GST; Similarity and Distinctions
iii. Supply of Service, Supply of Goods
iv. Constitution of GST Council

UNIT II Central Goods & Service Tax (Lectures 10)

i. Definitions; Actionable Claim, Address of Delivery Agent, Exempt Supply, Debit Note, Family, Input Tax
Credit, Place of Business, Dealer, Recipient, Time & Supply of Service, Inter State Supply.
ii. Administrative Setup
iii. Levy & Collection, Exemptions, Input Tax Credit, Time & Value of Supply,
iv. Registration, Return, Assessment, Audit, Refund & Demand, Inspection Search & Seizure
v. Recovery, Appeal and Revision.

UNIT III Integrated Goods & Service Tax (Lectures 10)

i. Appointment of Officer & Authorities, Place and Supply of Goods and Service,
ii. Inter State and Intra State Supply, Levy of Collection, Zero Rate of Supply, Apportionment of Tax and
Settlement of Fund, Power to Grant Exemption from Tax.
iii. Power to Make Rules & Regulations.

UNIT IV Union Territory Goods & Service Tax (Lectures 10)

i. UGST Concept and Legal Framework

ii. GST Compensation to State and UT
iii. GST Rules


1. Taxmann Guide to GST

2. Bhagwati Prasad, Other Taxes in India
3. M.C. Mehrotra, Other Taxes In India
4. S.D.Singh, Principles of Sales Tax

LL.B. (Integrated) Five Years Degree Course

VIIIth Semester

Paper VI

Moot Court Exercise, Legal Awareness and Internship

(Practice and Viva-Voce)

The Paper will have following components:

1. Moot Court: Every student may be required to do at least three moot courts in a year. Themoot court work will be
on assigned problem.

2. Observance of Trial in two cases, one Civil and one Criminal.Students may be required to attend two trials in the
course of the last two or three years of LL.B.studies. They will maintain a record and enter the various steps
observed during their attendanceon different days in the court assignment.

3. Interviewing techniques and Pre-trial preparations and Internship diary.

Each student will observe two interviewing sessions of clients at the Lawyer's Office/Legal AidOffice and record the
proceedings in a diary. Each student will further observe the preparation ofdocuments and court papers by the
Advocate and the procedure for the filing of the suit/petition.

4. The fourth component of this paper will be Viva Voce examination on all the above threeaspects.

5. Student will be required to undertake legal awareness programme in association with N.S.S.and other authorities
as directed by the Faculty.

LL.B. (Integrated) Five Years Degree Course

VIIIth Semester

Paper VII Optional

Constitutional Law Group
Administrative Law & Good Governance

Unit I: Judicial Control of Administrative Functionaries (Lectures 10)

i. Exhaustion of Administrative remedies, standing Laches, Res Judicata, Jurisdictional error, Error apparent
on face of record, Violation of principles of natural justice, unreasonableness,
ii. Legitimate expectation, Writs,
iii. Specific performance and Civil suits for compensation, Declaratory judgments and Injunctions.
Unit II: Government Liability (Lectures 10)
i. Sovereign and Non-Sovereign functions, statutory immunity, Act of State,
ii. Contractual Liability of State, Tortuous Liability, Govt.
iii. Privilege in Legal Proceedings. Estoppels and waiver.
Unit III: Dispute Settlement (Lectures 10)
i. Informal method of settlement of disputes and Grievance Redressal procedures
ii. Conciliation and meditation through social action groups,
iii. Public inquiries & Commissions ofenquiry,
iv. Ombudsman, Lokpal&Lokayukt.
Unit IV: Good Governance (Lectures 10)
i. Public Corruption: Central Vigilance Commission
ii. Right to Information Act, 2005, PIO, APIO, SIC, CIC, Appeal
iii. Exempted Information


1. H.W.R. Wade & C.F. Forsyth, Administrative Law, Oxford University Press.
2. M.P. Jain & S.N. Jain, Principles of Administrative Law, Lexis Nexis.
3. I.P. Massey, Administrative Law, Eastern Book Company.
4. C.K. Takwani, Lectures on Administrative Law, Eastern Book Company.
5. S.P. Sathe, Administrative Law, Lexis NexisButterworthsWadhwa.

LL.B. (Integrated) Five Years Degree Course

VIIIth Semester
Paper VII Optional
Criminal Law Group
Socio-Economic Offences-II

Unit I :Offences Related to Supplies (Lectures 10)

i. Hoarding and Profiteering
ii. Laws relating to maintenance of essential supplies
Unit II: Adulteration, Measures & Packaging (Lectures 10)
i. Prevention of food adulteration.
ii. Offences relating weight & measures and packaging.
iii. Control of Spurious Drugs
Unit III: Investigation and Prosecution (Lectures 10)
i. Central Vigilance Commission (CVC)
ii. Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI)
iii. Criminal Investigation Department , Commission of Inquiry Act,1952
Unit: IV Illegal Arms (Lectures 10)
i. Arms Act,1959
ii. Human & Child Trafficking

1.The Prevention of Black Marketing and Maintenance of Supplies of Essential Commodities Act, 1980
2.The Drugs and Cosmetics Act, 1940
3.The Standards of Weight and Measures Act, 1976
4.The Bureau of Indian Standards, 1986
5. The Arms Act, 1959
6. Legal Metrology Act, 2009

LL.B. (Integrated) Five Years Degree Course

VIIIth Semester
Paper VII Optional
Business Law Group

Capital market is important for Indian economy and companies. This paper is a confluence of regulatory laws which
shall provide a rock foundation to the students about working of securities in financing the corporation through
public offer and debt securities.

Unit I: Capital Market & Regulatory Framework (Lectures 10)

i. Overview of Capital Market

ii. Securities Contract Regulation Act, 1956: An Overview
iii. Stock Exchange: Regulatory Framework, Recognition, Demutualization, Corporatisation, Bye Laws
iv. Listing and Delisting of Securities: SEBI (Issue of Capital and Disclosure Requirements) Regulations, 2009
v. SEBI (Credit Rating Agencies) Regulations, 1999: IPO Grading & Credit Rating

UNIT II: Demat Shares and Security Settlement (Lectures 10)

i. The Depositories Act, 1996: An Overview, Depositories, Depository Participant, Registered & Beneficial
ii. Dematerialisation, Rematerialisation, Fungibility of Securities, Merits & Demerits,
iii. Security Settlement and Clearing Corporation

UNIT III: Security and Exchange Board of India (Lectures 10)

i. Security and Exchange Board of India, Act, 1992: An Appraisal

ii. SEBI: Composition, Power, Functions and Duties
iii. SEBI: Enforcement, Remedies and Regulation of Issuer, Investor and Intermediaries.
iv. Insider Trading (Prohibition) Regulation, 2015: Insider Trading, Unpublished Price Sensitive Information,
Disclosure Requirements


i. SARFAESI Act, 2002: An Overview, Securitization & Asset Reconstruction

ii. Enforcement of Security Interest, Asset Backed Securities:SEBI (Issue and Listing of Debt Securities)
Regulations, 2008.
iii. SEBI (Mutual Fund) Regulations, 1996: Mutual Fund and SEBI (Collective Investment Schemes)
Regulations, 1999 : Collective Investment Scheme: Ponzi Scheme, Asset Management Company, AMFI,
Role of SEBI & Regulation of Mutual Funds


1. E. Gordon &: Capital Market in India; Himalaya Publishing House,

2. SanjeevAggarwal: Guide to Indian Capital Market; Bharat Law House,
3. V.L. Iyer : SEBI Practice Manual; Taxman Allied Service (P) Ltd
4. M.Y. Khan: Indian Financial Systems; Tata McGraw Hill.
5. S. Suryanarayanan& : SEBI – Law, Practice & Procedure; Commercial Law Publishers (India) V. Varadarajan Pvt. Ltd.
6. Taxmann : SEBI Manual

LL.B. (Integrated) Five Years Degree Course

VIIIth Semester
Paper VII Optional
International Law Group
International Criminal Law
Unit I – Introduction (Lectures 10)

i. Fundamentals of International Criminal Law : Main Features of International Criminal Law.

ii. Sources of International Criminal Law.
iii. Elements of International Crime : Mental Element , Intent , Special Intent ( DolusSpecialis) ,
Recklessness , Knowledge , Culpability , Judicial Determination of Mental Element .

Unit II – Substantive Criminal Law (Lectures 10)

i. War Crimes
ii. Crimes against Humanity.
iii. Genocide
iv. Torture and Aggression
v. Terrorism

Unit III – Modes of Criminal Liability (Lectures 10)

(a) Perpetration: Joint and Indirect.

(b) Superior Responsibility.
(c) Inchoate crimes: Aiding and abetting, Ordering, instigating, Planning.
(d) Circumstances excluding criminal liability: Justification, Excuses, Superior orders.

Unit IV – Prosecution and Punishment (Lectures 10)

i. Nuremberg and Tokyo Tribunals.

ii. Establishment of ICTY and ICTR (1993-1994).
iii. Rome Statute of International Criminal Court.
iv. Principles of International Criminal Jurisdiction.
v. The Complementarity Principle and International Criminal Court.
vi. The working of International Criminal Court.
vii. Amnesty , Statute of Limitations , Prohibition of Double Jeopardy , international rules on immunities .

Books :

1. Public International Law by Malcolm Shaw, Cambridge Publications.

2. International Criminal Law by A. Cassese, Oxford publications.
3. The Cambridge Companion to International Criminal Law by Willama A Schabas, Cambridge Publications.
4. An Introduction to International Criminal Law and Procedure by Robert Cryer, Cambridge Publications.
5. International Criminal Law by Roger O’ Keefe, Oxford Publications.
6. International Criminal Court by William Schabas, Cambridge Publications .

LL.B. (Integrated) Five Years Degree Course

IXth Semester
Paper I
Professional Ethics and Court Craft
Unit I Legal Profession (Lectures 10)
i. Historical development of Legal Profession in India.
ii. Constitution, Function, Powers and Jurisdiction of State
iii. Bar Council and Bar Council of India
iv. Admission and enrolment of Advocates.
Unit II Professional Ethics (Lectures 10)
i. Profession ethics and Advocacy, Standards of Professional
ii. Conduct and Etiquette, Conflict between interest and duty,
iii. Dutyto court, Duty to Client, Duty to opponent, Duty to Colleagues,
iv. Duty towards Society and Obligation To Render Legal Aid
Unit III: Bench-Bar Relationship (Lectures 10)
i. Reciprocity as partners in administration of Justice
ii. Professional Misconduct
iii. Rights and Privileges of Advocates
iv. Supreme Court Rules 1966 and Allahabad High Court Rules 1952: Provisions relating to Advocate & Courts only
Unit IV: Contempt of Court Act, 1971 (Lectures 10)
i. Historical development of Contempt of Court Act in India,
ii. Object and Constitutional validity of Contemptof Court Act.
iii. Definition, Kinds of Contempt
iv. Contempt by Judges, Magistrates, Lawyers and other persons
v. Cognizance, Procedure , Appellate provisions regarding Contempt Defences, Punishment and Remedies, Defences
1. Rajendra V Pai v Alex Fernandez AIR 2002 SC 1808
2. In re; A an advocate AIR 1962 SC 1337
3. In re; Mr. G a Senior Advocate of SC AIR 1954 SC 557
4. In re; Lalit Mohan Das AIR 1957 SC 250
5. Sheo Narayan Jafa v Judge Allahabad H.C. AIR 1953 SC 368
6. P. J. Ratnam v d. Kanik ran AIR 1964 SC 244
7. In re; “M” an Advocate AIR 1957 SC 149
8. L.D. Jaisingham v Narain das N Punjabi (1976) 1 ACC 354
9. Jhon D’ Souza v Edward Ani (1994) 2 SCC 64
10. In re; V.C. Mishra AIR 1995 SC 2348
11. In Re J. Karnan Case
1. The Advocate Act, 1961
2. Contempt of Court Act, 1971
3. The Advocates Welfare Fund Act, 2001
The Bar Council of India Rules, 1961
1. Holland Avrom Shree, Advocacy, 1994 Universal, Delhi
2. Keith Evam, The Golden Rules of Advocacy, 1994, Universal, Delhi
3. Sandeep Bhalla, Advocates Act & Professional Misconduct, Nasik Law House
4. Mr. Krishna Murthy Iyer’s Book on Advocacy
6. P RamanathaAiyer, Legal and Professional Ethics: Legal Ethics, Duties and Privileges of a Lawyer, Lexis Nexis

LL.B. (Integrated) Five Years Degree Course

IXth Semester
Paper II
Constitutional Law Group

Media And Law


Media has remained a cornerstone for the development of nations over the years. It is the fourth pillar in the
governance structure that keeps a close check on the other functionaries of the government. It is the guardian of the
liberties of common man.

Unit 1 :Introduction : Media (Lectures 10)

i. Definition of Media, Forms, Media Freedom,

ii. Rights, privileges and liabilities of media
iii. Media Freedom & Censorship
Unit 2: Laws Relating to Media (Lectures 10)

i. Common Law Principles Dealing with Media

ii. Defamation—Libel and slander, Privacy Sedition, Obscenity and indecency, Communal Harmony
iii. Insults to National Honour, Indecent representation of women, Drugs and Magical Remedies
iv. Copyright and Press

Unit 3: Media and legislature& Judiciary (Lectures 10)

i. Privileges and Immunities of Journalists and Reporters involved in Legislative Reporting :

Extent of liability
ii. Justifications, Judicial analysis, Media Trial, Parliamentary Privileges
iii. Privileges and Immunities of Journalists involved in Legal Reporting
iv. Extent of Liability for Contempt of Court, Scope of Defenses and Justifications, Civil and Criminal
Contempt and Contempt of Courts Act 1971, Comparative Study of the position in other Common Law

Unit 4: Media Monitoring Mechanisms (Lectures 10)

i. Press Council of India Act

ii. Advertisement Standards Council of India
iii. Cinematograph Act
iv. Broadcast Laws and Regulatory issues
v. Media Ethics
1. Y.K.D’Souza, Communication: Today and tomorrow, Discovery Publishing company, New Delhi.

2. Democracy and Mass Media : A collection of Essays, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
3. Durga Das Basu, Law of the Press, Wadhwa Publishers Nagpur.
4. MardiaGodan, Media Law, EBC.
5. Wayne Overbeck, Major Principles of Media Law, Hartcourt College Publishers.
6. M.P.Jain, Indian Constitutional Law, Wadhwa Publishers, Nagpur, chapter-XXIV.

LL.B. (Integrated) Five Years Degree Course

IXth Semester
Criminal Law Group
Criminology, Penology &Victimology
Unit-I: Introduction (Lectures – 10)
i. Criminology- Definition and Scope
ii. Brief introduction to Pre-classical and Classical Theories Of Crime
iii. Positive Theories Of Crime- Constitutionalism And Morphological Theories, Psychological And Psycho-
Analytical Theories
iv. Sociological Theories Of Crime- Differential Association, Sub- Culture, Ecological And Anomie Theory
Unit-II: Nature of Crime (Lectures – 10)
i. Radical Theories Of Crime
ii. Crimes Against Children (Nature, Extent And Legal Provisions)
iii. Crimes Against Women (Nature, Extent And Legal Provisions)
iv. Special Types Of Crimes In India: Honour Killing, Female Foeticide, Witch-Hunting
v. Other Types- Organized Crime, White Collar Crime, Terrorism, Juvenile Delinquency
vi. Victims Of Crime And Victim Compensation, New/Neo Victimology, Restitution
Unit-III: Punishment (Lectures – 10)
i. Punishment: Definition and Types
ii. Theories of Punishment
iii. Substantive Provisions of Punishment under India Penal Code and other Act
iv. Non- institutional Treatment of Offenders: Probation, Temporary Release and Parole
v. Institutional Treatment of Offenders
Unit-IV: Juvenile Justice (Lectures – 10)
i. Probation of Offenders Act, 1958
ii. Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2015
iii. Juvenile Delinquency, Juvenile Institutional and Non- institutional Services
iv. UN Declaration on Basic Principles of Justice for Victims of Crime and Abuse of Power
v. Prisons in India: Organisation, Type and Functions Correctional Services for Jail Inmates
vi. Victimological Research in India.
1. Frank A. Hagan, Introduction to Criminology: Theories, Methods and Criminal Behavior; Sage
Publications Ltd., London
2. Larry Seigel ,Criminology, Thomson Wadsworth, Canada
3. Sue Titus Reid ,Crime and Criminology; Oxford University Presss, Oxford
4. Mark Tunic, Punishment: Theory and Practice; University of California Press, Berkeley
5. Robert Elias, Victims Still: PoliticalManipulation of Crime Victim, Sage Publications Inc.
6. R. I. Mawby& S. Walkate, Critical Victimology; Sage Publications Ltd., London

LL.B. (Integrated) Five Years Degree Course

IXth Semester
Business Law Group


Trade & Investment foster economy of the country by regulating the balance of payment by earning Dollar and
increasing foreign reserve. This paper aims to expose the students the basics of Trade and Foreign Direct
Investment, Forex Management and Foreign Trade etc.

UNIT I: GATT & WTO (Lectures 10)

i. GATT 1947, 1992

ii. WTO Agreements;
iii. Agreement on Agriculture
iv. Agreement on Subsidies and Countervailing Measures
v. Agreement on Anti-Dumping
vi. General Agreement on Trade in Services

UNIT II: Foreign Trade; Regulatory Framework (Lectures 10)

i. Foreign Trade (Development & Regulation) Act, 1992

ii. Foreign Trade Policy, Import & Export, Import-Export Code Number, License, Foreign Trade Policy,
Director General of Foreign Trade, Penalties.
iii. Foreign Contribution (Regulation ) Act, 2010 Foreign Contributions and Hospitality, Exemptions , Powers
of Central Government
iv. Adjudication, Appeal and Compounding, Offences and Penalties
v. Money Laundering, Genesis , Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2005, Concept and Definitions,
Various Transactions, etc., Obligations of Banks and Financial Institutions, RBI Guidelines on KY

UNIT III: Foreign Exchange (Lectures 10)

i. Foreign Exchange Regulation Act, 1973,

ii. Forex Management & Foreign Exchange Management Act, 1999 ,Objectives and Definitions under FEMA,
iii. Current Account Transactions and Capital Account Transactions, FDI Policy , Foreign Direct Investment in
India and Abroad
iv. Acquisition and Transfer of Immovable Property in India and Abroad
v. Establishment of Branch, Office etc. in India
vi. Export of Goods and Services, Realization and Repatriation of Foreign Exchange , Authorized Person

UNIT IV: Forex Management; Enforcement Agencies (Lectures 10)

i. Foreign Investment Promotion Board

ii. Enforcement Directorate
iii. Penalties and Enforcement


1. Raj Bhalla, International Trade Law: Theory and Practice, Lexis Nexis,
2. A.K.Kaul, Guide to the WTO and GATT: Economics, Law and Politics, Kluwer Law International,
3. Craig VanGrasstek, The History and the Future of the WTO, WTO Publications,
4. Richard Parlour : International Guide to Money-Laundering Law and Practice.

LL.B. (Integrated) Five Years Degree Course

IXth Semester
International Law Group
International Law and 21st Century

Unit I :International Law and The Changing Dimensions of State, Sovereignty (Lectures 10)

(a) States : Rise and Decline of The Primary Subjects of The International Community , The Concept of
Fail/Weak States.
(b) Intervention : Humanitarian Intervention , Responsibility To Protect .
(c) Changing notions of Sovereignty : Sovereignty as Repsonsibility , Subsidiarity , Globalization and
Sovereignty , Consent and Sovereignty ( US policy in Afghanistan , Pakistan and Middle East with special
reference to Drone Attacks).
(d) Peace Movements , Civil Society, and The Development of International Law .
(e) The concept of Universal Jurisdiction .

Unit II :United Nations in 21st Century. (Lectures 10)

(a) Jus cogens and The UN Charter.

(b) United Nations System : Prospects for Renewal .
(c) United Nations and Cosmopolitan Democracy .
(d) Veto system, Its use, misuse , overuse and reforms .
(e) Human Rights : Civil Society and The United Nations .

Unit III :International Law and Conflict Resolution (Lectures 10)

(a) Conflict Resolution : Concept , Definitions , Origins and Development .

(b) Peacekeeping , Peacemaking , Peacebuilding , Peace operations and UN .
(c) Contemporary Conflicts : Arab Revolutions (2011-2014) , Relationship between International Law and
Conflict Resolution .
(d) Post War Reconstruction : Fail/Weak States , Postwar Peace Operations , Intervention –Reconstruction-
Withdrawal .

Unit IV Individual and International Law(Lectures 10)

(a) Self Determination , Human Rights and Terrorism .

(b) Group rights under International Law .
(c) Global Justice under International Law .
(d) Civil Wars and The Problem of Refugees.


1. The Oxford Handbook of The History of International Law , BardoFassbander and Anne Peters (ed) ,
Oxford University Press, 2012.
2. The Writings of Richard Falk : Towards Humane Global Governance , Orient Blackswan , 2012.
3. International Law : Classic and Contemporary Readings Charlotte Ku and Paul F. Diehl (eds) , Viva
Publications , 2004.
4. Contemporary Conflict Resolution , Fourth Edition , Oliver Ramsbotham , Tom Woodhouse , Hugh
Miall , Polity Publications , 2016.
5. The United Nations , Peace and Security by Ramesh Thakur , Cambridge University Press, 2009 .
6. The Theory of International Law by Robert Kolb , Hart Publications , 2016.
7. Encyclopedia of Global Justice ,Deen Chatterjee (ed) , Routledge Publications.

LL.B. (Integrated) Five Years Degree Course

IXth Semester
Seminar I

In Seminar Paper Student shall have to select any one topic on following subjects and submit a synopsis
to panel of teachers of Faculty to be approved and permitted to write and submit a written submission.
The assessment shall comprise 70% for Written Submission and 30% for viva voce. The topic must have
introduction, research questions, hypothesis, research methodology, research tool, research plan and
research findings. The study may be doctrinal or non-doctrinal. Faculty members shall supervise the work
of students.

Seminar Topic Subjects

1.Telecommunication Law

2. Military Law

3. Election Law

5. International Humanitarian Law

6. International Taxation

7. Air & Space Law

8.International Refugee Law

9.International Economic Law

10. Law of International Organizations


LL.B. (Integrated) Five Years Degree Course

Paper I

Law & Challenges of Global and Modern World

Unit I – Law in 21st Century (Lectures 10)

(a) Relationship between Law and Power .

(b) Nexus between Law and Ideology .
(c) Globalizations and its impact on Law .
(d) Law and the question of privacy in 21st century.

Unit II – Law and Justice (Lectures 10)

(a) Relationship between Law and Justice .

(b) Human Rights , Law and justice .
(c) Criminal Law and Restorative Justice .
(d) Global Distributive Justice .

Unit III – Law and Social Problems (Lectures 10)

(a) Legal strategy to combat Naxalism .

(b) Legal Response to Terrorism in India .
(c) Legal Framework to Combat Corruption .
(d) Law and the issue of Gender Justice in India .

Unit IV – Legal Changes (Lectures 10)

(a) Law and the issue of Education in India .

(b) Reforms in Legal Profession .
(c) Reforms in Justice Delivery System .
(d) Relationship between Law and Ethics .

LL.B. (Integrated) Five Years Degree Course

Paper II

Clinical Legal Education

This paper shall comprise theory and practical part divided on the value of 50%.

Part A
Unit I Legal Aid and Legal Services
i. Legal Aid and Legal Services, Statutory provisions in I.P.C., Cr.P.C, Pauper Suit.
ii. Rights of Prisoners , Parole and Probation , Access to Justice , Prison Reforms,
iii. U.P. Jail Manual and Right to Compensation
iv. National Legal Service Authorities Act, 1987: Definition, Establishment of National Legal
v. Service Authorities, S.C. Legal Aid Committee, H.C.Legal Aid Committee, Funds

Unit II Lok Adalat& Litigation Management

i. LokAdalat: Historical perspective, Jurisdictions, Powers, Functions and Evaluation.
ii. Role of Law School/Voluntary Organsation and Legal provisions in Legal Aid, Para LegalServices.
iii. Gram Nyayalaya
iv. National Litigation Mission,
v. Para Legal Services
Part B
I. Legal Aid Camp: Faculty shall organize a camp assisted by relevant authorities. Students shall make a
report about learning outcome and there will be a viva voce to Assess.
II. Legal Consultancy & Clinics:Submission of Report & Viva
III. Internship: Students shall submit a report of an internship done during LL.B. Hons. IXth Semester and on
submitted report a viva voce shall be conducted.
1. The National Legal Service Authorities Act, 1987
2. Gram Nyayalaya Act, 2008.
1. D.D.Basu, Shorter Constitution of India, Wadhwa
2. V.N.Shukla, Constitution of India
3. J.P.S. Sirohi, Public Interest Litigations, ALA
4. S.Bewa, Public Interest Litigations, ALA
5. KailashRai, Public Interest Lawyering

LL.B. (Integrated) Five Years Degree Course

Seminar II

In Seminar Paper Student shall have to select any one topic on following subjects and submit a synopsis
to panel of teachers of Faculty to be approved and permitted to write and submit a written submission.
The assessment shall comprise 70% for Written Submission and 30% for viva voce. The topic must have
introduction, research questions, hypothesis, research methodology, research tool, research plan and
research findings. The study may be doctrinal or non-doctrinal. Faculty members shall supervise the work
of students.

Seminar Topic Subjects

1. Health Care Law

2. Security Law

3. Forensic Sciences

4. Comparative Laws

5. Socio-Legal Dimensions of Gender

6. Law, Poverty and Development

7. Oil & Petroleum Laws

8. International Investment Law

9. International Commercial Arbitration

10. International Environmental Law