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Paper I Jurisprudence-I Unit –I: Introduction Nature and scope of Jurisprudence Need for study of Jurisprudence Linkage between Jurisprudence and other sciences Unit – II: Schools of Jurisprudence Natural Law with Indian Perspective Analytical Positivism, Pure Theory, Legal Realism Historical Jurisprudence Unit – III: School of Jurisprudence-II Sociological Jurisprudence with Indian Perspective Administration of Justice Civil and Criminal Justice System Unit – IV: Sources of Law Custom Legislation Precedent Books Boderheimer-Jurisprudence-The Philosophy & Method of Law (1996) Unversal, Delhi R.W.M. Dias-Jurisprudence (1994) Indian Reprint-Adithya Books, Delhi Fitzgerald-Salmond on Jurisprudence (1999), Tripathi, Bombay Dhyani SN-Jurisprudence-A Study of Indian Legal Theory (1985)

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Paper II Law of Contract-I Unit I: Formation of Contract Meaning and nature of contract Offer/Proposal: Definition, Communication, Revocation, General/Specific offer, Invitation of treat Acceptance: Definition, Communication, Revocation, Provisional acceptance, Tenders/Auctions Unit II: Consideration and Capacity Consideration: Definition, Essentials, Privity of Contract, Exception Section 2(d) 25 Capacity to enter into a contract; Minor’s Position, Nature/effect of minor’s agreements. Unit III: Validity, Discharge and Performance of Contract Free Consent Coercion, Undue influence, Misrepresentation, Fraud, Mistake Unlawful consideration and object Effect of void, voidable, valid, illegal, unlawful and uncertain agreement/contracts Discharge of Contracts Performance Time and Place of performance Agreement Impossibility of performance and frustration Breach: Anticip atory & Present Unit IV: Remedies and Quasi Contracts Remedies: Damages, Kinds, Remoteness etc., Injunction, Specific Performance, Quantum Meruit. Quasi Contract (Section 68-72) Act: Indian Contract Act, 1872 Books 1. Beatsen (ed.)-Anson's Law of Contract: (27th Ed. 1998) 2. Anson-Law of Contract (1998), Universal, Delhi 3. Pollock and Mulla-Indian Contract Act 4. Avtar Singh-Law of Contract, Eastern Book Co.(Lucknow) 5. S.K.Kapoor- Samvidha Vidhi (Hindi)

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Paper III Law of Tort-I Unit-I: Introduction and Principle in Tort Nature & Definition of Tort Development of Tort Tort distinguished from Contract, Crime and Breach of Trust Cyber tort Unit-II:General Condition of Liability in Tort Wrongful Act Legal Damage Damnum sine Injuria Injuria sine Damnum Legal Remedy-Ubi jus ibi remedium Mental Element in Tort Motive, Intention, Malice and its Kinds Malfeasance, Misfeasance and non-feasance Fault whether essential Unit III Justification of Tort Volenti non fit injuria Act of God Inevitable accidents Plaintiff’s default Private defence Judicial and Quasi-Judicial Act Parental and Quasi-Parental authority Acts causing slight harm Unit-IV: Remedies and Damages Personal Capacity Who can not sued Who can not be sued General Remedies in Tort Damages and its kinds Remoteness of Damage (In Re Prolemis & Wagon Mount Case) Judicial and Extra Judicial Remedies Joint Tort feasors Vicarious Liability Books 1. Salmond & Heuston-On the Law of Torts (2000), Universal, Delhi 2. D.D.Basu, The Law of Torts (1982) Kamal, Calcutta. 3. Winfield & Jolowiz on Tort (1999) Sweet and Maxwell, London 4. Ratan Lal & Dhiraj Law-The Law of Torts (1997) Universal, Delhi 5. R.K.Bangia, Law of Torts

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Paper IV Family Law-I Hindu Law Unit-I Nature , Who is Hindu & Sources of Hindu Law Hindu Marriage Act, 1955: (Sec.5-23) Unit –II Maintenance Under Hindu Marriage Act (Sec.24 & 25) Maintenance Under Hindu Adoption And Maintenance Act, 1956 (Sec.18, 19 & 20) Adoption: Essential & Effect (Sec.6 to 12 of HA&MA, 1956) Kinds and Powers of guardian under Hindu Minority & Guardianship Act, 1956 (Sec.6-13) Muslim Law Unit –III Nature & Sources of Muslim Law, Who is Muslim? Muslim Marriage: Essentials, Option of puberty, Kinds of Marriage under Sunni Law & Shia Law Mehr: Definition, Concept, Kinds of Dower, Rights of Wife in case of Unpaid Mehr Unit-IV: Divorce Classification of Divorce Maintenance of Wife Under Muslim personal law, Cr.P.C and Muslim Women (Protection of Right on Divorce) Act, 1986 Parentage and Legitimacy Kinds and Powers of guardian Acts 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 Books 1. J.D.M. Derrett- Hindu Law 2. Mulla -Hindu Law, (18th Ed. 2002) Butterworth Publication 3. Paras Diwan, Hindu Law, Allahabad Law Agency 4. Dr.R.K.Singh, Hindu Law (Hindi), Allahabad Law Agency 5. Kusum & P.P.Sexena, Lecture on Hindu Law, Butterworthe Publication Hi

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Paper V Law of Crimes-I Unit-I: Introduction to Substantive Criminal Law Extent and operation of the Indian Penal Code Definition of crime Fundamental elements of crime Stage of a crime; Intention, Preparation, Attempt, Commission (i) Essentials of the attempt, Impossible attempt, attempt and preparation distinguished Unit-II: General Explanations and Exceptions (Sec.76-106) (i)Definition (ii) Constructive joint liability (iii) Mistake (iv) Judicial and Executive acts (v) Accident (vi) Necessity (vii) Infancy (viii) Insanity (ix) Intoxication (x) Consent (xi) Good faith (xii) Private defence Unit-III: Abetment and Criminal Conspiracy (Sec.107 to 114; Sec 120-A,B) Unit-IV: Punishment Theories: Deterrent, Retributive, Preventive, Expiatory and Reformative Theory Punishment under the IPC: Fine, Life-Imprisonment, Death Sentence Act The Indian Penal Code, 1860 Books 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

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M. LL.Shukla.(Three years course) (First Year) Ist Semester . Amendment of Constitution. Doctrine of Basic Structure.Sharma.Basu. Shorter Constitution of India. Introduction to Constitution of India.P. 1950 Books 1.Financial Power Doctrine of Territorial Nexus–Doctrine of Harmonious Construction-Doctrine of Pith and Substance-Doctrine of Repugnancy Unit-III: Constitutional Organs (a) Parliament (b) Parliamentary Sovereignty (iii) Parliamentary Privileges (iv) Anti Defection Law (v) Executive Power (vi) Collective Responsibility of Cabinet (vii) Judiciary-Jurisdiction of Supreme Court and High Courts (viii) Independence of Judiciary (ix) Public Interest Litigation (x) Power of Judicial Review (xi) Doctrine of Political Question Unit-IV: Emergency Provisions. H. Tripathi Bombay 3. 4. The Constitution of India.6 Paper VI Constitutional Law Of India-I Unit-I: Constitution Definition and Classification Sources of Constitution Constitutional Conventions Salient features of Indian Constitution Rule of Law Separation of powers Unit-II: Distributive of Powers between Center and States Legislative Powers .N.B.K. Eastern Book Co. M. Nagpur 2. B. Constitution of India. Wadhwa Nagpur 5. Prentice Hall. Constitution of India.Administrative Powers . 2001 Wadhwa. Contractual and Tortious Liability of State.Seervai. Constitution of India.D. V. Right to Property and Freedom of Trade & Commerce Act 1. Lko.Jain. D.

State Responsibility-Kinds of State Responsibility. Introduction to International Law 2. Types of Asylum Deplomatice Agents: Who are Diplomatic Agent? Classification of Heads of Mission. Termination of Diplomatic Mission. Excclusive Econimic Zone. Theories of Recognition. Continental Shelf. Pacta Sunt Servanda. Public International Law.II Recognition-Definition of State Recognition. Public International Law 5. Doctrine of Double Criminality. S. Intervention by invitation. International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea. Withdrawl of Recognition. Unit IV: Extradiction: Definition. function. consequences of state s uccession. General and Regional rules of International Law.B. International Law LL. The High Seas.P. The basis of Immunities and Privileges. Subject of international law (Various thories). Dualism. privileges and Immunities. K. Sovereignty of States. Jus Cogens. Outer Space Treaty. Reservations and Termination. Individual as subject of international law. Purpose of Extradition. Grounds of Intervention. Hogo Grotius. Aerial Navigation (Five freedom of Air).Joshi. Rebecca Wallace. Consequences of State Responsibility. American and Indian Practice). State Jurisdiction-Territorial Jurisdiction and its limitations. Recognition of Government. Legal Duty.I Definition and nature. Distinction between public International Law and Private International Law. Succession in respect of International Ogranisation. Condominium. Rebus Sic Stantibus. Statute of the International Court of Justice). Extradiction of Political Offenders. Waiver of Immunity. British. kinds formation. The essential characteristics of a State in International Law. Recognition De Jure and De Facto. M. States Succession: Definition and Kinds of Succession. Privileges and Immunities. Consuls: Classification. Commonwealth of Nations. International Rivers Air Space: Various Throies. Starke. The Duty to Recognize. Holy See. Right of Asylum. modes of acquisition. Is International Law true Law? Sanctions of observance of International Law. Books 1. Sources of International Law (Article 38. Retroactive effect of Recognition.7 Paper VII Public International Law-I Unit. 1967 Law of Sea: Maritime Belt. Piracy. Rule of Speciality Asylum: Meaning.Tandon.III: State Terrotory: Concept. Relationship between international law and municipal law (Monism. Unit. Legal Effect of Recognition.C. Function of Diplomatic Agents. Micro States. Unit. Intervention: Definition and its Prohibition. International Law 3. Internation Treaties: Meaning. Principles of International Law 4.(Three years course) (First Year) IInd Semester Paper I . Contiguous Zone. Brownlie. Vassal States and protectorates. Land Locked States.Kapoor.K. ALA 6.

Sovereignty and Law Nature and functions of a State and its relationship with law Nature and development of Sovereignty Nature and Kinds of law and theories of justice Unit-II: Law and Legislation Law and Morality Law and Religion Law and Social change Unit-III: Concepts of Law Rights and Duties Personality Possession. Ownership and Property Unit-IV: Principles of Liability Liability and Negligence Absolute Liability Immunity Books: Same as Semester I LL.B.8 Jurisprudence-II Unit-I: State.(Three years course) (First Year) IInd Semester Paper II Law of Contract II: Specific Contract .

Indemnity and Guarantee (Sec. Meaning and Distinction b. Books: Same as Semester I LL. Termination of Bailment Commercial utility of pledge transactions Unit-III: Agency (Sec. Rights and Duties of Bailor/Bailee.(Three years course) (First Year) IInd Semester Paper III Law of Tort II .124-147) Indemnity & Guarantee-the Concept. Definition. Methods Commencement of liability of the indemnifier Nature of indemnity clauses Distinction between indemnity and Guarantee Right/Duties of Indemnifier. Indemnified and Surety Discharge of Surety's liability Kinds of Guarantee Unit-II: Bailment and Pledge (Sec. subagent and substituted agent Termination of agency Unit IV: Government Contract Constitutional provisions. Contracts performance of such contracts.B.182 to 238) Definitions of Agent and Principal Essentials of relationship of agency Creation of agency: by agreement. 148-171 and Sec.9 Unit-I: A. Lien d. procedural requirement-kinds of Govt. Settlement of disputes and remedies.172-181) a. ratification and law Relation of principal/agent. Pawnor/Pawnee c.

P.Bangia.. Class action. Consumers: the concept. Lawyering. Rights of Consumers. 1998 Orient Publishing Co. 1986 Books 1.P.Act-Jurisdiction. Trade mark. False Imprisonment and abuses. C. Housing.10 Specific Wrong and Consumer Protection Laws Unit-I: Tort Relating to Person Assault. Defect in goods. Detinue.B.N. Nuisance. PIL. 1995 Tripathi 2 R. Consumer Protection Act 3. Exceptions of order. Res ipsa loquitor. Contributory negligence.K. Remedies. Powers and functions. Administrative Remedies.K.(Three years course) (First Year) IInd Semester Paper IV Family Law-II . Postal services etc. Restriction Trade Practice. Law of Consumer Protection in India. Conversion Tort to incorporal personal property-Copy right. Unfair Trade Practice. object of CPAct. Trespass to Land and Goods Defamation. Saraf D.P. Deficiency in service: Medical.Majumdar. Trade name and Patent right Negligence. Judicial Review. Delhi LL.IV: Enforcement of Consumer Rights: Consumer Forum under C. Act Consumer Protection Act. definition and scope. Battery. Unit. 1988 Unit-III: Consumer Protection Act: Consumersion in India (Historical Background). Appeal. Legal Proceedings. The Law of Consumer Protection in India. Strict Liability or liability without fault and its applicability under MVA.Courts. Electricity. Malicious Procaution Unit II: Tort relating to Property Trespass.

B. Unit-IV Pre-emption: Definition. 1956 Books: Same as Semester I LL. Hindu Women’s Right to Property Muslim Law Unit III Hiba: Definition. Debts Unit-II Partition: Definition. Classification & Formalities Inheritance under Sunni Law. Classification of Property: Joint Family Property and Separate Property. Essentials and Kinds of a Valid Will. Kinds and Formalities for a Valid Hiba. Abatement of Legacies. Nature of Joint Family and Coparcenary. Distinction between Coparcenary and Joint Family. List of heirs in Class-I & II of the Schedule. Hindu Succession Act. Karta: Position. Devolution of interest in Coparcenary Property (Sec.11 Hindu Law Unit-I: Joint Hindu Family Origin.6). Essentials. Doctrine of Aul and Radd Books Same as in Semester III Act: 1. Persons entitled to demand Partition. Will: Definition. Powers and Liabilities. 1956: Features. Reopening and Reunion Hindu Succession Act. Revocation of Will. Revocation of Hiba. Characteristic features of Coparcenary.(Three years course) (First Year) IInd Semester Paper V .

Extortion. offences of kidnapping and abduction Unit II: Offences against women Obscene acts and songs Outraging the modesty of women Rape Cruelty by husband or relatives of husband Offences relating to marriage Unit III: Offences against Property Theft. causing of miscarriage or injuries to unborn children offences of hurt. sedition. Robbery and Dacoity Criminal misappropriation and Criminal breach of trust Cheating Mischief Criminal trespass Unit IV: Defamation and offences relating to documents and property marks Defamation Forgery Counterfeiting Criminal intimidation.B. of wrongful restraint and wrongful confinement offences of Criminal Force and Assault. enmity between classes of people Books: Same as Semester I LL. disturbing religious feelings.12 Law of Crimes-II Unit I: Offences affecting the Human Body offences affecting life.(Three years course) (First Year) IInd Semester Paper VI Constitutional Law Of India-II .

Right to Information and Power of Judicial Review Books: Same as Semester I LL. Certiorari.(Three years course) (First Year) IInd Semester Paper VII Public International Law-II . Right to Information Act: Central and State Commission. Business and Profession-expansion by judicia l interpretation-reasonable restrictions. Freedom of Movement. Freedom of Reside and Settle.32 and 226 Unit IV: Directive Principle. Freedom of Association. waiver. Prohibition and Quo-warranto-Art. distinction between pre-constitutional law and postconstitutional law Right to Equality: Doctrine of Reasonable classification and the principle of absence of arbitrariness Fundamental Freedom: Freedom of speech and expression. Mandamus. Social Justice and Right to Information Directive Principle of State Policy-Nature and justiciability of the Directive Principles-Interrelationship between Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles-Fundamental Duties Social justice under the Indian Constitution-Compensatory discrimination for backward classesMandal Commission’s case and other cases-Protective discrimination doctrine. Fundamental Duties. Freedom of Trade. Public Authorities. severability.B.13 Unit –I: Fundamental Rights Definition of State for enforcement of fundamental rights-Justiciability of fundamental rightsDoctrine of eclipse. Unit II: Fundamental rights Right to life and personal liberty-scope and content (expensive interpretation) Preventive detention under the Constitution-Policy and safeguards-Judicial review Right against exploitation-forced labour and child employment Freedom of religion Educational and cultural rights Unit III: Right to Constitutional Remedies: Right to Constitutional Remedies-Judicial ReviewWrits: Hebeas Corpus.

14 Unit.II United Nations: Establishment. Purpose & Principles of UN. LL. Mandate System.Agrawal. Prize Courts. Amendment to the Charter.III Settlement of International disputes. Unit. Genocide: Meaning. Maritime and aerial Warfare. International Law and Human Rights Right of Angary. Principal Organs of the UN. The Law of Warfare. Pecific and compulsive.IV Neutrality – Meaning under the UN Charter. Books S. Its weaknesses.. Declaration. suspension. Unit. Unit.P. Privilege and Immunities. War: Definition.I International Organizations: Definition. ALA H. International Organisation. expulsion and withdrawl. Contraband and the Doctrine of Continuous Voyage. Main provisions of the Genocide Convention. Their Legal Personality. Non-war armed conflic t.Gupta. Preamble.O.(Three years course) (Second Year) IIIrd Semester Paper I Human Rights Law and Practice . Effects of the Outbreak of War.Need. Right of Visit and Search. the condition which should exits for their development. League of Nations : Principal Organs. Laws of Land.B. Rights and duties of neutral and Belligerent States. War crime-Nuremberg and Tokyo Trials. Legal Regulation. End of Neutrality. Blockade. Membership. capacity to enter into international treaties.

Charter and Human Rights. The Protection of Human Rights Act.(Three years course) (Second Year) IIIrd Semester Paper II Property Law and Easement-I . The Dialectics and Dynamics of Human Right in India 5.1966. 1992 Judicial activism & Protection of Human Rights in India. Rights of the Aged. 1993 Books: 1. The Charter of UNO 2. 1966 The European Convention on Human Rights. Refugees Unit IV: National Human Rights Commission. 1969.Krishna Iyer.Verma. 1993 3. Acts 1. The American Convention on Human Rights.). S. Unit III: Human Rights in India. The Viena Conference on Human Rights.K. Social and Cultural Rights. International Conventions on Civil & Political Rights.N. Human Right in International Law 4. 1950. The Protection of Human Rights Act. V. Human Rights-Importance Unit-II: U. Sources of International Human Rights Law. International Human Rights.15 Unit-I: Human Rights: Meaning. 1948 4. Legal Right and Human Rights. Human Rights and League of Nations. Convention Against Torture and Other Cruel Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment.B. National Commission for Minorities. 1996 Sweet & Maxwell 3. Human Rights-Classification.Law & Indian Law LL. The Protection of Human Rights Act. S. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Human Right under Int. Role of Non-Governmental organization in the Promotion and Protection of Human Rights. Covenants and Conventions : International Covenant on Economic. Public International Law (1998) Prentice Ha ll of India 2.K. African Charter on Human and Peoples Rights. National Commission for Safai karamcharis.Kapoor. National Commission for Backward Classes and National Commission for Schedule Castes and Schedule Tribes. Natural Rights and Human Rights. Evolution of Human Rights: Ancient and Natural law perspective.R. Wallace. Human Rights and Indian Constitution. Universal Declaration of Human Rights and its legal significance. Theodor Meron (ed. Prof. National Commission for Women.

2007 5. V. Subbiah Chetty. Notice.B. 2007 LL. 1995 Eastern Book Co. 4.10-12) Transfer to an unborn person and rule against perpetuity (Sec. The Indian Easement Act. Subba Rao.P. Transfer of Property Act. Transfer of Property Act.Tripathi. 1994.N. 1882 2. Attestation. 14) Vested and Contingent interest (Sec. Mulla. Transfer of Property Act.13.P. 1999. Actionable claim Definition to transfer of property (Sec.19 & 21) Rule of Election (Sec.(Three years course) (Second Year) IIIrd Semester Paper III Commercial Law .5) Transfer and non-transfer property (Sec.35) Unit-II: General Principles Governing Transfer of Immoveable Property Transfer by ostensible owner Rule of feeding the grant by estoppel Rule of Lis pendens Fraudulent transfer Rule of part performanc e Vested and contingent interest Conditional transfer Unit-III: Specific Transfers Sale and gift Mortgage and charge Lease and Licence Unit-IV: Easement Act Object and main provisions of the Easement Act Acts 1. Universal Delhi 2. 1882 Books 1.16 Unit-I: Concept of Property and General Principles Relating to Transfer of Property Concept of property: distinction between moveable and immoveable property Definition clause: Immovable property. S. T.Shukla. Transfer of Property. Transfer of Property Act.Sarathy. The Transfer of Property Act. Madras 3.

Rights of Partner to Each other (Sec.18 to 31) Unit IV: Sale of Goods: Right of Parties and Remedies.55 to 61) Acts 1. Partnership & Sales of Goods Act. 2. 1930 Books 1.4 to 17). Liability for wrongful acts & Misapplication of Money Unit-II: Incoming & Outgoing Partners (Sec31 to 38).4 to 8) General and Specific Duties of Partner. Partnership & Sales of Goods Act. Rights of Unpaid Seller (Sec. Conditions and Performance.39 to 55). H. 1932 2. Nature and Definition & Kinds of Partnership. Effect of Contract (Sec. Formation of Contract (Sec.31 to 44). Registration of Firm (Sec. Distinction form Company and Joint Family Business.B. Partnership Act Paper IV Labour Law I Labour Laws -I (Law relating to Labour Management Relation in India) LL. Suits for Breach of Contract (Sec.Bangia. Dr. Avtar Singh.56 to 71) Unit-III: Sales of Goods Definition.17 Partnership. Mulla. Indian Partnership Act.R. Performance of Contract (Sec. Liabilities: Joint & Several. Emergency Power Effect of Admission & Notice. Test of Determining.P. Sale of Goods Act Unit-I: Indian Partnership Act History. Co-ownership (Sec.K. The Sale of Goods Act.Gupta. Dissolution of Firm (Sec.9 to 17). Partners to be agent of the Firm: Implied authority. Partnership Act 4.45 to 54).(Three years course) (Second Year) IIIrd Semester . Tripathi 3. Eastern Book Co.

Occupier.K. Retrenchment and Closure Unfair Labour Practices. Industrial Employment LL. 1948: Interpretation-competent person. Labour and Industrial Laws (New Ed. Working House of Adults. Offences (Standing Order) Act. Reference of Disputes to Boards. Penalties and procedure. The Factories Act. Lay Off.D. Lock Out. Acts 1. Worker. Factories Act. Inspectors-Appointment and Powers. 1999 4. London 2. 1998 by Companies etc. 1926 2. Factory. Registration of Trade Union. K. S. Hazardous process. Collective Bargaining-Process. Labour and Industrial Laws. Dr. Trade Union Act. Authorities under the Industrial Dispute Act.Seth. Workmen. V. 1948 Books 1. Courts or Tribunals Unit-III Strike. manufacturing process. Safety and Welfare. Commentaries on Industrial Disputes Act. Procedure.Pillai. History and Development of Trade Union Movement . Industrial Disputes.B.(Three years course) (Second Year) IIIrd Semester Paper V Insurance Law .) 5 D. Health.Puri. Historical Development of Labour Welfare. 1947 3. Power and Duties of Authorities. Rights and Liabilities of Registered Trade Union. 1946 Unit-IV Philosophy of Labour Welfare. 1926 (Labour Management Relation).M.G. Labour and Industrial Laws 3. 1947 Scope of Industry.Goswami. 1947. Industrial Dispute Act. Penalties. Merit and Demerit Unit-II Industrial Dispute Act. Labour Problem and Labour Policy in India Trade Union Act. John Bowers & Simon Honey Ball. Employment of young persons.18 Unit-I Industrial Relation. Text Book on Labour Law (1996) Blackstone. Employers.

Function and Powers of Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority Application of Consumer Protection Act. C. Insurance Interest Unit III Re-Insurance. Utmost Good Faith. Double Insurance. Principles of Insurance. Mitigation of Loss. Subrogation. Attachment of Risk. Meaning of Insurance. Characteristic of Insurance. 1986 Books 1. Handbook of Insurance and Allied Laws LL.N.Rangarajan. Contribution Constitution.(Three years course) (Second Year) IIIrd Semester Paper VI Administrative Law-I .B. Law of Insurance 2. Nature of Insurance Contract Unit II Theory of Cooperation. Insurance & Wages.Mishra. Historical Aspect. Theory of Probability. Types of Ins urance: Life Insurance Marine Insurance Fire Insurance & Miscellaneous Insurance Unit IV Indemnity. M. Causa Proxima.19 Unit I Introduction.

Delhi 4. Legal representation. Henry VIII Clasue Unit III: Judicial Functions of Administration Need for devolution of adjudicatory authority on administration Nature of Tribunal: Constitution. USA. Power.20 Unit I: Evolution and Scope of Administrative Law Nature. conditional legislation. Scope and Development of Administrative Law Rule of Law and Administrative Law Separation of Powers and its relevance Concept of state from laissez-fair to social welfare. S. Procedures. Eastern Book Co. Limitation on exercise of discretion. Administrative Law.P.B.P.Sathe.. C. Cross examination. position in U. Principles of Adminstrative Law. Wade. Books 1. Administrative Law (VII Ed. Administrative Law. Butterworths.. Judicial.Thakkar. Judicial review of administrative discretion.K. Universal 2.Jain. Rules of evidence Administrative Tribunals Principles of Natural Justice: (i) Rule against Bias (ii) Audi Alter Partem: Essentials of hearing process. Malafide exercise. Pre and post-decisional hearing Rules of evidence-no evidence. Relationship between Constitutional Law and Administrative Law Administrative of function of Administration Classification of functions of Administration Unit II: Legislative Function of Administration Delegated legislation: Necessity and Constitutionality Forms and requirements Control: Legislative.(Three years course) (Second Year) IIIrd Semester Paper VII Company Law-I . irrelevant considerations & non-exercise of discretionary power. Procedural Sub-delegation of legislative power.K. M. LL. Remedies. some evidence and substantial evidence Institutional Decisions Unit IV: Administrative Discretion Need for administrative discretion.) Indian Print. Universal Delhi 3.

contents. its objects and effects Transfer of shares. liabilities for misstatement. 1998 Wadhwa 3. restriction of transfer. 1987 Stevens. R.K. A. Managing Director and other managerial personnel. reduction of share capital Conversion of loans debentures into capital Duties of court to protect interests of creditors and shareholders Unit IV: Corporate Administrative Directors: Kinds. Indian Company Law. statement in liew of prospectus The nature and classification of company securities Shares and general principles of allotment Statutory share certificate. Ramaiya. L. London 2. Principles of Modern Company Law. Act The Companies Act. 1956 Books 1.Bangia.Gower. Palmer. Guide to the Companies Act.(Three years course) (Second Year) IVth Semester Paper I Environmental Laws. kinds.B. alteration.B.21 Unit I: Formation. relationship between transferor and transferee. Doctrine of Constructive Notice and Indoor Management-exceptions Unit III: Capital Formation of Regulation Prospectus: Issues. alteration and the doctrine of ultra vires Articles of Association. Forest laws & Animals Protection Laws . London 4. Eastern Book Co. lifting of corporate veil Theory of Corporate personality Unit II: Memorandum of Association. duties and liabilities Mode and consequences of incorporation Uses and abuses of the corporate form. role of public finance institutions Share Capital. Company Law LL. Registration and Incorporation of Company Meaning of Corporation Nature and kinds of company Promoters: Position. 1997 Sweet & Maxwell. relation with memorandum of Association. issue of share at premium. binding nature. Powers and Duties Role of nominee Directors. 5.C. Avtar Singh. Palmer's Company Law.

1986 4. 1955 and The National Environment Appellate Authority Act.S. Protected and Village Forest. Citizen Suit Provision The Air (Prevention & Control of Pollution) Act. 1981. Definition. 1974 2. The Air ((Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act. 1997 Unit-IV Indian Forest Act. Constitutional Provisions & Judicial Activism (Principles-Precautionary principle. Sample of effluents.Jaswal. Hunting of wild animals.(Three years course) (Second Year) IVth Semester Paper II Investment/Competition Law Unit I: Competition Law . Pollution & its Kinds. The National Environment Tribunal Act. The Environment (Protection) Act.K. Shyam Diwan. Environmental Law & Policy in India 2. Citizen Suit Provision Unit-III The Environment (Protection) Act. 1927 Kinds of forest-private. 1974 . Definition. 1955 5. The Forest (Conservation) Act.B. The National Environment Appellate Authority Act. Central and State Pollution Control Boards: Constitution.P. 1986. power and function. Environmental Law. Its prohibition. power and function. 1997 Books 1. Reserved. Sample of effluents. Polluter pays principle. Trade or Commerce in Wild Animals. Protection of Specified Plants. 1980 The Wild Life (Protection) Act. P. animals articles and trophies. Environmental Law 4. Dr. 1981 3. S. The National Environment Tribunal Act. The Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act. public trust doctrine) Unit-II The Water (Prevention & Control of Pollution) Act. 1972. Armin Rosencranz. 2007 LL.22 Unit-I Dimensions of Environmental Problems. Sustainable development. Leelakrishnan.Nanda. Authorities to be appointed and constituted under the Act. Central and State Pollution Control Boards: Constitution. The Environmental Law in India 3. Acts 1.

(Three years course) (Second Year) IVth Semester Paper III Law of Evidence Unit I: Introduction and Relevancy Evidence and its relationship with the substantive and procedural laws . 1992 Depositories Act. 2002 Unit III: Regulatory Framework for Foreign Trade. Authorities Acts Competition Act. 1956 SEBI Act. 1996 Foreign Trade (Development & Regulation) Act. Policies. Multinational Companies Foreign Trade (Development & Regulation) Act.23 Background. Unit IV: Foreign Exchange Management Background. 1999 Books Taxman's Student's Guide to Economic Laws LL. 1992 UNCTAD Draft Model on Trans-national Corporations Control and Regulation of foreign companies in India Foreign collaborations and joint ventures. Competition Commission of India Unit II: Corporate Finance and Regulatory Framework Security Contract (Regulation) Act.B. 1996 The Securitisation and Reconstruction of Financial Assets and Enforcement of Security Interest Act. 1992 Foreign Exchange Management Act. 2002 Security Contract (Regulation) Act. 1992 Depositories Act. 1956 SEBI Act. Prohibitions.

115-117).59-78) Rules relating to Burden of Proof (Sec. Privileged Communications (Sec. relevant. 1872 Books 1.113-B) Certain Offences (Sec. 114 and 114-A) Oral and documentary evidence (Sec.(Three years course) (Second Year) IVth Semester Paper IV Labour Laws -II (Social Security and Wage Legislation) Unit-I: Workmen’s Compensation Act.32) Unit III: Method of Proof of facts Presumptions (Sec.101-105) Facts prohibited form proving: Estoppel (Sec.24-30). 14.17-23).8. 1923 (Sec. disproved. facts in issue.112.10) Unit II: Admission (Sec.108.4.133 with 114(b)) Judicial notice (Sec.9) Conspircy (Sec. Dying Declaration (Sec. evidence proved.6. Principles of Law of Evidence LL.24 Definition: Facts. 17 & 20) .113-A.7. 105. oral and documentary evidence (Sec.111-A) Act The Indian Evidence Act.122129) Unit IV: Presumptions regarding discharge of Burden of Proof Evidence by accomplice (Sec. Avtar Singh. 79-90. Ratan Lal & Dhiraja Lal. 12. 14A. 41.1-10. The Law of Evidence 2.107.B. Confessions (Sec. not proved.3) Relevancy and admissibility Doctrine of res gestae (Sec.114) Dowry Death (Sec.

Commentaries on Payment of Wages Act. 1999 LL. Eligibility for Bonus. Payment of Gratuity. Responsibility of Payment of Wages. Commentaries on Minimum Wages Act. Workmen’s Compensation Act. 1976. Leave Dismissal during Pregnancy (Sec. Unit-IV: Payment of Wages Act. Workmen’s Compensation Act. Fixation & Revision of rates of Wages.10-16).Rao. 1923 2. Aims & Objects of Act. Restriction on employment. Time of Payment of Wages & Fixation of Wage Period. forfeiture of Maternity benefit. 1995. Minimum Wages Act. 1998. Penalty for offences under the Act. Maternity Benefit Act.25 Conceptual frame work of Social Security-Evolution and concept of Social Security. Controlling Authority. Scheme of Social Security. 1948 Theories and Concept of Wages . 1948 Books 1. 2. Disqualification for Bonus. 1949 . Definitions. Recovery of Gratuity. Working Hours and Determination of Wages and Claim etc.D. The Equal Remuneration Act.17). Appointment & Powers of Commissioner (Sec. The Payment of Bonus Act: Scope and Application. Eastern Book Co.(Three years course) (Second Year) IVth Semester Paper V Banking Law Unit I: Banking Regulation Act. Law and Practice on Minimum Wages. Leave for Miscarriage. K. Payment of Remuneration at equal rates to Men and Women workers and other matters. Definition.B. Appointment & Powers of Inspectors and Authority for Adjudication of Claims (Sec. Authorized Deductions (Sec.B. Liability of Employer. Compensation when due-Penalty for default. Aims & Object. Definition. 1961 (Sec. Definition. The Payment of Gratuity Act. Right to Maternity Benefit. Determination of Amount of Compensation. 1936 Aims & Object. AuthorityAppointment & Powers of the Authority. Determination of the amount of Gratuity Unit-III: Minimum Wages Act. Penalty for contravention of Act by Employer.D. Cognizance of offences. Computation of Gross profit and available s urplus. Contracting Out (Sec. Minimum and Maximum Bonus.3-18) Aims & Object. Payment of Wages Act. 1961 3.Srivastava. 1972: Aims and Objects of Act. Medical Bonus. 1923: Definitions. K. 1936 4. 3. S. Eastern Book Co.7 to 13).19-31) Unit-II: Maternity Benefit Act.15-18). Notional Extension & Defences. Acts 1.Srivastava.

Classification of Banks.B. Unit II: Reserve Bank of India Act.N. Central Banking function of Reserve Bank of India.Tannen. Rules of evidence and compensation. Endorsement: Definition. The Negotiable Instrument Act. Credit Control by Reserve Bank of India. Presentment and Payment. Bashyam and Adiga. The Banking Law in Theory & Practice. Management of Banking companies.L. Dr. Avtar Singh. Collection and furnishing of Credit Information. 1999 5. Dishonour of Cheques. Suspension and winding up of business of banking companies. 1934 Incorporation. Control by government and it agencies. General provisions and penalties. Smart Credit Cards. Social control over banking. Noting and Protest of Negotiable Instrument. Dishonour. Recent Trends in Banking: Automatic Teller Machine and Internet Banking. Reconstruction and reorganization of banking companies. Banking Law & Negotiable Instruments Act LL. Capital. Sharma and Nainta. Jannen's Banking Law & Practice in India. Liabilities and Capacity of Parties of Negotiable Instrument. 1881 Definition and characteristic of Negotiable Instruments. Unit IV: Crossing of Cheques and payment. Gupta. Banking Ombudsman. Relationship between Bank and Customer. 1997 2. Types of Negotiable Instruments. Essential of a valid endorsement and its kinds. Books 1. Control of Reserve Bank of India over Non-banking Institutions and Financial Institutions. 4. On account and audit.26 Concept of Bank and Banker. Definition and Essentials of Promissory Note.(Three years course) (Second Year) IVth Semester Paper VI Administrative Law II . 2000 3. Banking Frauds. Functions of Banks. Holder and Holder in due course. Negotiable Instrument Act. Unit III: Negotiable Instrument Act. Management and Business of Banking Company. Transfer and Negotiation of Negotiable Instrument. M. Bill of Exchange and Cheque. S.

Res Judicata. Prohibition. Contractual liability of state. Unit III: Informal method of settlement of disputes and Grievance Redressal procedures Conciliation and meditation through social action groups. Error apparent on face of record. Legislative and Govt. Govt. Ombudsman. standing Laches. Habeas Corpus. Vigilance Commission. Public inquiries & Commissions of enquiry.(Three years course) (Second Year) IVth Semester Paper VII Company Law II Unit I: . Unit II: Liability for Wrong: (Tortious and Contractual): Sovereign and non-sovereign functions. Jurisdictional error. Right to Information Act. Specific performance and Civil suits for compensation. Legitimate expectation. privilege in legal proceedings.27 Unit I: Judicial Control of Administrative Law Exhaustion of Administrative remedies. legal remedies. Quo Warranto. Writ-Mandamus. Books: Same as previous Semester LL.B. Tortuous Liability. Unit IV: Corporation and Autonomous Public undertaking: State monopoly. Estoppels and waiver. statutory immunity. Control. Certiorari. Accountability. unreasonableness. Act of State. Dec laratory judgments and Injunctions. Violation of principles of natural justice.

charges and mortgages. Kinds. Unit III: Winding up of Companies Kinds. Mens Profits.28 Dividends-Payments-Capitalization-profit. Written Statement.B. Judgment. Audit to Account. Suit of a civil nature. shareholders and debenture holders. Instruments. Investment in India-Repatriation of project. Debentures. Affidavit. legal liability of company-civil. Order. Legal Representative . International norms for control.Prevention of oppression and powers of court and central government Emerging trends in Corporate social responsibility. contracts by companies. criminal. Collaboration agreements for technology transfer. Borrowing powers and effect of unauthorized borrowings. Consequences and reasons of winding up Role of the Court Liability of past members Payment of liabilities Reconstruction and amalgamation Unit IV: Law and Multinational Companies. remedies of debenture holders. Foreign Court. Unit II: Insider trading Meeting: Kinds and Procedure The balance of powers within companies-Majority control and minority protection. tortuous and environmental Books: Same as previous Semester LL. Foreign Judgment.(Three years course) (Third Year) Vth Semester Paper I Code of Civil Procedure & Law of Limitation I Unit I: Introduction Definition: Decree. Loans to other companies. FEMA 1999-Controls joint ventures. Plaint.

Courts Unit II: Initial Steps in a Suit Jurisdiction and place of suing Institution of suit Pleading: Meaning.Takwani. Amendment of Pleading Plaint and Written statement Parties to a suit Discovery. Code of Civil Procedure. Restrictions.B. General Rules. C. Code of Civil Procedure.K.K. The Civil Procedure Code. Anil Nandwani. Caveat.P. Delhi 2. Resjudicata. Mulla. 1908 2. Code of Civil Prodecure LL. Scope and Extent of Cr. M. Code of Civil Procedure 5. 2000 Universal Delhi 3.(Three years course) (Third Year) Vth Semester Paper II Code of Criminal Procedure-I Unit I: Introduction Object.C . Object.Tandon.P. 1963 Books 1. C. Inspection and Production of documents Appearance and non-appearance of parties First Hearing Unit III: Interim Orders Commission Arrest before judgment Attachment before judgement Temporary Injunctions Interlocutory Order Receiver Security of costs Unit IV: Suit in Particular case Suits by or against Government Suits by indigent person Inter-pleader Suit Summary Procedure Suits relating to Pubic Nuisance Acts 1. The Limitation Act. Universal.Thakkar.29 Important Concepts: Res-sub-judice. Code of Civil Procedure 4. Inherent Power.

Chandrasekharan Pillai. 1973 Books 1. Advantages. Ratan Lal & Dheeraj Lal.PC. Kelkar Lecturer on Criminal Procedure. . Universal.30 Definition Constitution of criminal courts and their powers Unit II: Provision for Investigation Arrest. 2000 Universal LL. Cr. Commentaries on Cr. 1998 Eastern Book Co.(Three years course) (Third Year) Vth Semester Paper III Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Unit I: Concept.P. Need and Development. 2. Children and Parents Acts The Code of Criminal Procedure.C.B. Search and Seizure Processes to Compel Appearance Information to Police Power to Investigate Unit III: Proceedings before Magistrate Jurisdiction of Criminal Courts in inquire and arrest Cognizance and initiation of proceeding before Magistrate Complaints to Magistrate and commencement of proceedings Unit IV: Public Order and Alimony Security for peace and good behaviour Maintenance of Public order and Tranquility Maintenance of Wife. Delhi 3. Woodroffe.

Appeal. Universal. Development and Salient features Arbitration: Definition. Negotiation.K. (1997) Universal.D. Acts: Arbitration and Conciliation Act. B. B. G.media. Law of Arbitration & Conciliation. 1999 Universal. mid Arb. P. Enforcement of Certain Foreign Awards Unit IV Conciliation. etc. Gerald R. Kinds.Singh. Delhi 6. Commentary on Arbitration and Conciliation Act. Conduct of Arbitral Proceeding. Delhi 5. (2000). The Arbitration & Conciliation Law of India.Saraf & M. (2007) New Royal Book Co. 1996: Object.Rao & William Sheffield.(Three years course) (Third Year) Vth Semester Paper IV Interpretation of Statutes Unit I Law Making: Legislature. 1987 Books 1. Mediation. 1996 Legal Service Authority Act.B. Summary trials. Lucknow LL. (2000) Snow White.William (ed.Kwatra. Delhi 4. Executive and the Judiciary.P. . Sources. Composition of Arbitral Tribunal Unit II Jurisdiction of Arbitral Tribunal. Alternative Disputes Resolutions.C. The New Arbitration & Conciliation Law of India 3. finality and Enforcement of Arbitral Award. ADR System. Scope and Differences to Court Arbitration Agreement.). Making of Arbitral Award and Termination of Proceedings Unit III Recourse against Arbitral Award. Lok-Adalat & Permanent Lok-Adalat.Jhunjhunwala. Mumbai 2. Johari.31 Arbitration and Conciliation Act.

P. Internal and External Aids to Interpretation.R. Vepa. 5. Interpretation of Statutes 4.32 Principle of Utility.Z. (1997).St. Reddendo Singula Singulis. Statutes are valid. Interpretation and Construction. Interpretation of Statutes 3. Unit IV Interprtation of Directory and Mandatory provision. Law and Social Control. Noscitur a sociis. Maxwell on the Interpretation of Statutes.Singh. Golden Rule. . Bawa & Roy. Mischief Rule. M ombai 2. Law and Morals Unit II Meaning of the term Statute. Enactment. Ejusdem generis. Sarathi. Taxing Statutes.Langan (Ed. 1999 Wadhwa LL. Relevance of John Rawls and Robert Nozick-individual interest to community interest.M. Intention of the Legislature. Benthem Theory of Legislation. Unit III Necessity for Rules of Interpretation. operation. Harmonious Construction.).Act. Books: 1. Beneficial Construction. G. Eastern Book Co. Commencement. repeal and revival of statutes.(Three years course) (Third Year) Vth Semester Paper V Land Laws and other Local Laws -I Unit I Special features & Object of U. Kinds of Statutes. Penal Statutes. ut res magis valeat quam pereat. Principles of Statutory Interpretation. Delegatus non potest delegare. Literal Rule. Expressio unius exclusio alterius. N. Law and Public Opinion.B. P. In bonam partem.A and L.Tripathi. Statute must be read as a whole in its context.P.

P. 1950 Books 1. Function.Singh. 28 th Ed.R. Gram Panchayat and Land Management Committee Unit II Classes of tenure holder Rights of tenure holder Ejectment Unit III Lease Surrender and Abandonment Allotment of Land by Land Management Committee Succession Land revenue Unit IV Revenue Courts and Revenue Authorities Procedure and Powers of Revenue Court and Revenue Officers Maintenance of Maps and Records. U.B.P.P.P.Land Laws LL. U. U.R.33 Definitions Acquisitions of Interest of Intermediaries & its Consequences Gram Sabha. Constitution.P. Revision or Maps and Records Appeal. Land Laws. Revision and Review Act The UPZA and Land Reforms Act.Singh.(Three years course) (Third Year) Vth Semester Paper VI Professional Ethics and Court Craft Unit I Historical development of Legal Profession in India.R.Maurya. Dr. . Powers and Jurisdiction of State Bar Council and Bar Council of India Admission and enrolment of Advocates.Land Laws. ALA 3.2007 2. Dr. Dr.C.

Advocates Act & Professional Misconduct. In re. Duty to Colleagues. Duty to court. Conflict between interest and duty. Defences under contempt of court. Jhon D’ Souza v Edward Ani (1994) 2 SCC 64 10. 1971 3. 2001 Rule The Bar Council of India Rules. Lalit Mohan Das AIR 1957 SC 250 5. Duty towards Society and obligation to render legal aid Unit III: Bench-Bar Relationship Reciprocity as partners in administration of Justice Professional Misconduct Rights and Privileges of Advocates Unit IV: Contempt of Court Act. Procedure. Bench-Bar Relationship.34 Unit II Profession ethics and Advocacy. The Advocate Act. Cases 1. In re. Lawyers and other persons Cognizence. Universal. Lawyer's Accountability. In re. In re. Delhi 3. Magistrates. Sandeep Bhalla. 1971 Historical development of Contempt of Court Act in India. AIR 1953 SC 368 6. J. Object and Constitutional validity of Contempt of Court Act. Krishna Murthy Iyer’s Book on Advocacy 6. Sheo Narayan Jafa v Judge Allahabad H. Rajendra V Pai v Alex Frrnandes AIR 2002 SC 1808 2. Duty to opponent. Kinds of Contempt Contempt by Judges. Advocacy. P. 1994. Definition. “M” an Advocate AIR 1957 SC 149 8. ALA 5. JPS Sirohi. Contempt of Court Act.C. Kanik ran AIR 1964 SC 244 7. G a Senior Advocate of SC AIR 1954 SC 557 4. Mr. Ratnam v d.(Three years course) (Third Year) Vth Semester Optional Paper: Paper VII-A Law of Taxation-I Unit I . Keith Evam. L. 1961 2. Professional Ethics. Mishra AIR 1995 SC 2348 Acts 1. Mr. Holland Avrom Shree. The Golden Rules of Advocacy. Punishment and Remedies against punishment for Contempt of Court and Punishment for Contempt. The Bar Council Code of Ethics LL. V. Jaisingham v Narain das N Punjabi (1976) 1 ACC 354 9. 1961 Books 1. Nasik Law House 4. Delhi 2.B. 1994 Universal. Standards of Professional Conduct and Etiquette. Appellate provisions regarding Contempt Defences. A an advocate AIR 1962 SC 1337 3. In re. Duty to Client.D. The Advocates Welfare Fund Act.C.

1961.80).88 & 88 B) . Income. Expenses & Income. Tax Evasion and Tax Avoidance Unit II: Direct Tax Income Tax. Tax Collection at source and Advance Tax Unit IV Assessment Procedure. Rebate (Sec. Fines and Penalties. Deduction (Sec. Capital Gain and other sources Calculation of Gross Total and Taxable income. The Law and Practice of Income Tax LL. Carried Forward and Set of losses. Settlement of grievances and Prosecution. Kanga and Palkiwala. Duties and Powers. Assesses. Income Tax Rules Books: 1. Income Tax Act.10).(Three years course) (Third Year) Vth Semester Optional Paper: Paper VII-B Criminology. Sampat Iyengar. Financial year. Law of Income Tax. Constitutional provisions relating to Taxation Nature and Scope of Tax. Definition: Persons. Deemed income and clubbing of income. Business and Profession.B. Types of Assessment Income Tax Authority: Their function. Taxable Income. (1998) 2. Assessment years. Tax rebate and Computation of Tax Liability. Supreme Court on Direct Taxes. Ramesh Sharma.6). Residential Status: Rules (Sec. related to individual. Agricultural Income. Tax Pays. Tax Liability Exemption (Sec. Previous year. Gross Taxable Income. (1998) 3.35 History of Tax Law in India. Offences. Penology & Victimology-I Unit I . Unit III: Income Tax Heads of Income: Income from Salary. House property. Appeal.

Structural Organization of Police and the States. The ghetto. Frontiers of Criminality. N. Loveland. Press.C. 1999 2. Video. effect of TV. White Collor Crime-Corruption in Public Life Socio-Economic Crime-Adulteration of Foods and Drugs Crime in the Profession Perpetrators of Ordinary Crime The situational crime The chronic offender Criminality of women Young offender Unit II School of Criminology The Constitutional School of Criminology. broken homes. Criminal law and its administration. Arrest. Caste community tension-Case. Manheim H. Criminal Law and Criminology General Approaches to Crime control organized Crime (Smuggling in Narcotics etc). Power and Duties of Police under the Police Act and Cr. Search and Seizure and Constitutional imperatives.(Three years course) (Third Year) Vth Semester Optional Paper: Paper VII-C Air and Space Law-I Unit I : Introduction . Criminology. Walker. Modern Sociological Theiroes: Sutherland’s differential Association theory. Atrocities against Scheduled Cadres. Sociological theories Anomies. Unit IV Criminal Justice Structure. Wars and Communal riots-their causes and demoralizing effects. 1965 4.36 Criminology: Nature & Scope Nature and Extent of Crime in India. Reckless’s Social vulnerable theory.P. Narcotics and Alcohol. Crime and Criminology. Select Aspects of National Police Commission Report Books 1. Hereditary and metal retardation as causes of Crime.B. home and community influences. comparative Criminology. Textbook on Criminology. Multiple Causation Theories Unit III Factor Responsible for Causation of Crime. 1995 3. urban and rural crimes. The Police System. Liability of Police for Custodial Violence. Lombroso and others. Katherine S Williams. 1987 LL. Environment.

operators agents and maintenance contractors Third party liability for surface damage Books 1. Problem of application of Air.37 Definition of Air Law Nature. Space and telecommunication laws State obligation to provide Air Navigation services.S.(Three years course) (Third Year) Vth Semester Optional Paper: Paper VII-D Law and Medicine -I . operators. Carole Blackshow. V. Madrid Convention. 1926. Paris Convention. Warsaw Convention and Chicago Convention. Scope and Source Development of Air Law (Paris Convention. Azbeyratne. S. Legal and Regulatory Issures in International Aviation (1996) 2. Air Traffic management. Legal regime of Air Space and Outer Space. 1928. Havana Convention. 1944) Regulation Freedom of the Air and Sovereignty in the Air Membership and Organs of ICAO Legislative.Mani. 1919. 1910. protocols and regulations Regulation in India : Air safety provisions . Recent Trends in International Space and Policy (1966) LL. Economic and Technical regulations Unit II: Bilateralism and Multi-literalism Concept of bilateralism Views on multi-literalism Merits and demerits Regionalism in civil aviation India and bilateral agreement Unit III: Safety and security in civil aviation The Concept. Aviation terrorism International Norms-conventions. Sovereign rights of States Unit IV : New Development in India Technology development and problem in civil aviation Airports-leasing and privatization-legal issues Liability in International civil aviation Manufacturers. RIR. Aviation Law and Regulation 4. Bhatt. The New Aviation Policy in India (1977) 3.B. Administrative and Judicial function.

consent. standard of care.K. problems of evidence. right of life. London LL. right to health. Law of Medical Negligence & Compensation. Unit IV: International Norms: Council of Europe Convention on Human Rights and Bio-medicine-1999. Doctors and Paramedical professionals. contractual liability. non-discrimination Genetic Tests. Health care. London. Universal. 4. power to make Law.38 Introduction: General backgroud. 5. public assistnance in sickness and disability. Hospitals : Testing Laboratories. storage and sale of medicine-Production.) Indian Law Institute. Medical Negligence & Legal Remedies with Special Reference to CPA. right to emergency medical care. fundamental right. sale advertisement. Malcolm Khan & Michelle Robson. Butter worths. disciplinary control. Mason & Me Call Smith.(Three years course) (Third Year) Vth Semester Optional Paper: Paper VII-E Women and Law relating to Children-I . Raising the level of nutrition and public health. Anoop K Kaushal. issues involvedneed for legal control. Unit II: Regulation of medical and paramedical profession Regulatory authorities. Professional Standard.K. criminal liability. Privacy and right to information. Liability of doctors and hospitals under Consumer Protection Act. constitutional perspectives. Unit III: Liability for professional negligence Tort. Eastern Law House 2. Institutions for research and experiments. Global Health Law 3. transport and storage. directive principles-health of workers. Cavendish Publishing Limited. Books 1.Nayak (Ed.B. R. controls on institutions.Bag. Regulation on manufacture. Inter-relationship between law and medicine. Organ Transplantation. R. Scientific Research. Medical Negligence. Law & Medicine Ethics.

Unit IV: Women and Employment Protective Laws. G. Nomita Aggarwal. The Commission of Sati (Prevention) Act. Dr. Muslim and Cristian Laws) Women rights regarding to Marriage.B. Indecent Representation of Women (Prohibition) Act.PC Dowry Prohibition. Commission for Women. Women and Law 2. Prof. Divorce.F Cyber Law -I .Reddy. Exploitation and Harassment at Workplaces Protection and enforcement agencies Courts. Family Court.P.(Three years course) (Third Year) Vth Semester Optional Paper: Paper VII. Property and Maintenance Unit III: Criminal Law & Women Adultery. Prevention of Immoral Traffic. NGOs Books: 1.39 Unit I: Introduction A Need of separate study International concerns and Convention Social and Legal inequality. Rape etc and provisions of Maintenance under Cr. Women and Law LL. Social reform movement in India Position of Women in pre and Post Independence India Unit II: Indian Constitution and Women Preamble Constitutional safeguards for the Protection of Women Personal Laws-unequal position of women Gender Discrimination under Personal Laws (Hindu. Women and Law 3. Manjula Batra.

Legal issues Legal Issues in Cyber Contracts Cyber Contract and IT Act 2000 The UNCITRAL Model law on Electronic Commerce Unit IV Intellectual Property Issues and Cyberspace – The Indian Perspective Overview of Intellectual Property related Legislation in India Copyright law & Cyberspace Trademark law & Cyberspace Law relating to Semiconductor Layout & Design LL. Jurisdiction in Cyber Space Concept of Jurisdiction Internet Jurisdiction Indian Context of Jurisdiction International position of Internet Jurisdiction Cases in Cyber Jurisdiction Unit III.B.40 Unit I: Fundamentals of Cyber Space Understanding Cyber Space Interface of Technology and Law Defining Cyber Laws Unit II.(Three years course) (Third Year) Vth Semester Optional Paper: Paper VII-G Intellectual Property Laws -I . E-commerce.

Nagarajun. Patent Agents (Sec. Registration (Sec.2). Specification (Sec.4(2). Paris convention.18 to 26). 63 to 66) Patents Office (Sec. Geographical Indication of Goods (Registration and Protection) Act.B.86 to 88). International Arrangements (Sec.133 to 139). 1999 Books 1.A. WIPO. Passing off. Prof. The Trade Marks Act. Features & Principles. .6 to 8). Government use (Sec. 1999 3. Offences and Penalties. Intellectual Property in Trade Mark Unit IV: Law relating to Geographical Indications Introduction.43).27 to 32).(Three years course) (Third Year) VIth Semester Paper I Code of Civil Procedure & Law of Limitation II Unit I: Judgement and Decree Union. Surrender & Revocation (Sec. 1970 2. 73 to 74 r.2j) Invention not patentable (Sec.K. 1970 Introduction. Conditions for grant of patent (Sec. Inventions (Sec.Avasthi (ed. Grant & Sealing of Patent (Sec. The Patents Act. Deceptive Similarity. 17 of 1999. 1999 Amendment Act. Exclusive Marketing Right (Sec.41 Unit-I: Meaning of Intellectual Property: International Instruments: Paris UNESCO The Patents Act. Intellectual Property LL. Right conferred by registration. Procedure (Sec. 1999 Introduction (Sec. Objective. Infringement of Geographical Indication. Aims. Patents of Addition (Sec.4 to 17).53). infringement (Sec.9 to 10). Intellectual Property 3. Duration and Renewal. 99). Acts 1. Remedies. Compulsory Licenses (Sec. Infringement.54 & 55). 2005 2.5 amended.24A-24F). TRIPS.125 to 132). Menu Paul. meaning and salient features of Geographical Indication of Goods under the Geographical Indication of Goods (Registration and Protection) Act.25). Opposition (Sec.) Spotlight on Intellectual Property Rights. Term of Patent (Sec.104 to 115).3 to 5).47). Unit III: The Trade Marks Act. 1999 Procedure for Registration. License of right (Sec. Application (Sec. Sec.47) Unit II: Rights of Patents (Sec.84). Effect of Registration (Sec.

Contents and Decree in particular cases Interest. Types. Scope and Effect Continuous running of time: General principle. scope and it exceptions Law relating to Registration of documents Books: Same as previous semester LL. Drawing up of a Decree. Costs Unit II: Execution Court by which decree may be executed Payment under decree Application for execution Mode of execution Questions to be determined by executing court Unit III: Appeals Appeals from original decree Appeals from appellate decree General provisions relating to appeals Appeals to Supreme Court Appeals by indigent person Reference to High Court Review and Revision Execution Unit IV: Law of Limitation and Registration Meaning.42 Judgment: Definition. Contents and Alteration Decree: Definition. Pronouncement. Essentials. nature and scope of law of limitation Bar of Limitation and its efficacy Sufficient Cause: its meaning and applicability Legal Disability: Meaning. Essentials.(Three years course) (Third Year) VIth Semester Paper II Code of Criminal Procedure-II . meaning.B.

Revision and Reference Appeals and Appellate Authorities in Criminal cases Revision Reference and inherent power of High Court Unit IV: Bail and Sentencing Execution of Sentence Suspension. Remission and Commutation of Sentences Provision as to Bail Opportunity of hearing concept before criminal courts Limitation for taking cognizance Books: Same as previous semester LL.B.(Three years course) (Third Year) VIth Semester Paper III Drafting/Pleading and Conveyancing .43 Unit I: Introduction to Trial Procedure Charge Trial by Session Court Warrant Trial Mode of taking and recording Evidence Unit II: Trials Summons Trial in summons cases Summary Trial General provision as to Enquiries and Trial Judgement Unit III: Appeal.

Goyal. G. Amendment in the Pleading. Unit III: Model Draft of Application Application for Restoration of Suit. Written Statement. Bail. Execution Petition. Promissory Note. Amendment of Pleading. Interlocutory Application. Guide to Drafing 2. Original Petition. Indian Conveyancer LL. General Power of Attorney. Books 1. Memorandum of Appeal and Revision. Appointment of receiver/ local commission. Trust. Michael Haewood.Mogha & K. Gift-deed. Civil: Plaint. Condonation of delay and application for execution etc. Criminal Miscellaneous petition. Model deed: Sale-deed. Memorandum of Appeal and Revision. Bail Application.(Three years course) (Third Year) VIth Semester Paper IV Equity. legal notice. Partnership deed. Mortgage deed. Substitution of Parties. Implements of Parties.Ross. Petition under Article 226 and 32 of the Constitution of India. Affidavit..N. Lease-deed. Matrimonial petition. Relinquishment deed etc. Drafting of Writ petition and PIL petition. Willdeed.C. Alimony.44 Unit I: Fundamental Rule of Pleading Meaning and Definition of Pleading. Pleading 4. Setting aside exparte decree. Trust deed.B. Tenancy deed. Banerjee and Awasthi. William M. Unit II: Criminal: Complaint. Conveyancing 3. Compromise of Suit. Fiduciary Relationship & Specific Relief Act Unit I: The Origin and Development of Equity . Unit IV: Conveyancing: Theory and Model Draft Defintion and essential part of a deed. History/Object and Interpretation Rules of Pleading: General and Fundamental.

The Maxim of Equity. Grounds of Declaration. S. Equity and Law of Trust LL. History of Specific Relief. Nature & Scope of equitable relief. enforcement of contract. Discharge and appointment of new Trustee. Mortgage once a mortgage always a mortgage. Constructive trust. Right and Duties and Disabilities of Trustee. Clog on redemption. Distinction with agency and contract. R. Rights and Liabilities of Beneficiary Unit-III: Specific Relief Act Introduction: Meaning. Trust and Trustees 3. Meaning of injunction & its kinds Grounds of issuing of perpetual injunctions & the exception Books 1. Partial cancellation. Foreclosure Unit II: The Concept of Trust. part-performance of contract Unit-IV: Conditions of ractification. Power of restoration or compensation Conditions of Rescission. Classification of Trust. Cancellation. defences. The concept of Trust Maxims of Equtiy Doctrine of Equity Election.(Three years course) (Third Year) VIth Semester Paper V Land Laws and Agricultural Laws II Unit I: . Principles and Digest of Trusts laws 2. Power. Pettit.B.45 Equity and its relation with law. The effect of decree of declaration. Philip H. Religious and Charitable Trust Common property resources and public trust doctrine.Mandsley and E. Krishnamurthy Aiyar. Relieves regarding possession of immovable & movable property Meaning of specific performance.H.Burn.H. Extinction of Trust.

46 U. 1953 Unit II: U.Consolidation of Holding Act. U.P. 1947 4.Urban Building (Regulation of Letting. 1947 Unit IV: (i) U. 1916 LL. U.P. U.Urban Building (Regulation of Letting. 1916 Acts 1.Panchayat Raj Act. 1973 5.Municipalities Act.Municipalities Act. Legal Awareness and Internship (Practical and Viva-Voce) .P. 1947 Unit III: U. Rent and Eviction) Act.P. 1953 2.P.P.P.P. Rent and Eviction) Act.Consolidation of Holding Act.Panchayat Raj Act.(Three years course) (Third Year) VIth Semester Paper VI Moot Court Exercise.B. U. 1947 3.Urban Planning and Development Act.P.P.Urban Planning and Development Act. (ii) U. 1973. U.

studies.B. Students may be required to attend two trials in the course of the last two or three years of LL. c) Interviewing techniques and Pre-trial preparations and Internship diary.(Three years course) (Third Year) VIth Semester Optional Paper: Paper VII-A Law of Taxation II (Indirect Taxation) .B.47 The Paper will have following components: a) Moot Court: Every student may be required to do at least three moot courts in a year. and other authorities as directed by the Faculty. LL. The moot court work will be on assigned problem. Each student will observe two interviewing sessions of clients at the Lawyer's Office/Legal Aid Office and record the proceedings in a diary. one Civil and one Criminal. d) The fourth component of this paper will be Viva Voce examination on all the above three aspects.S. e) Student will be required to undertake legal awareness programme in association with N. b) Observance of Trial in two cases. They will maintain a record and enter the various steps observed during their attendance on different days in the court assignment. Each student will further observe the preparation of documents and court papers by the Advocate and the procedure for the filing of the suit/petition.S.

S.P. VAT Acts The Central Sales Tax Act. Liability to Tax on interstate Sales (Sec. M.(Three years course) (Third Year) VIth Semester Optional Paper: Paper VII-B Criminology/Penology/ Victimology-II . Registration & Cancellation and Penalties. How determined Wealth Tax Act. Sale. Assessing. Revision. Officer. Rectification of Mistake Penalty Unit IV Service Tax: Taxable service. Other Taxes In India 3. Unit II: U. Salient provisions of the Service Tax Law Gift Tax Act: Definition: Assessee. Sale. 1957 Books 1. Place of Business.48 Unit I: Central Sales Tax Act Definition: Dealer.Trade Tax Act The Wealth Tax Act. Transfer of Property Charge of Gift Tax Value of Gift. Other Taxes in India 2. Gift.6).D. Constitutional Perspective. Donee.P. Principles of Sales Tax LL.3 to 5).B. Doner.Trade Tax Act /VAT (Value Added Tax) Definition: Dealer.C. Meaning and Importance of Service Tax. Turnover Incidence of Taxation Levy of additional Tax Registration of Dealers Voluntary Registration Security from Dealers Payments of Tax and Filing of Returns Unit III Assessment of Tax & its re-Assessment Recovery of Tax & Penalty Appeal. Mehrotra. Goods Purchase.Singh.2) Formulation of Principles for determining when a sale or purpose takes place in the course of interstate Trade of Commerce or outside a State or in the Course of Import Export (Sec. Sale Price (Sec. 1956 U. Bhagwati Prasad.

Constitutional Imperatives and Prison Reforms. Group counseling & Resocialization programmes. Problems of the released offender.M. 1997 LL. Female. Emmins On Sentencing (1998) 2.(Three years course) (Third Year) VIth Semester Optional Paper: Paper VII-C . Undergoing punishment/imprisonment. Authority for granting Parole. Fine. Prison Management-Prisoners Right Unit III Treatment of correction of offenders. Prison System: Administrative Organization of Prison. Books 1. Prisoner’s Classification: Male. Transportation. 1980 4. Hall J. Mutilation. Power of Prison Officials. Corporal Punishment-whipping. A. Siddique. Essentials of an ideal system of Penal Policy Unit II Punishment of Offenders Some discarded modes of Punishment. Public execution. Vocational and religions education and apprenticeship programmes for the offenders. Law. Supervisor of Parole. Duties of Probation Officers. Juvenile and Adult. Open Prisons. Attitude of the community towards released offender. The need for reformation and rehabilitation of offenders. Jail Manual. Punishment under the Indian Criminal Law-Capital Punishment. Participation of inmates in community service..49 Unit I: Theories of Punishment: (i) Deterrent Theory (ii) Retributive Theory (iii) Preventive Theory (iv) Reformative Theory Efficacy of Punishment: Early stages-Medieval Period. Criminology-Problems and Perspectives. J. Unit IV Re-socialization Process (Probation and Parole) Definition.B. Classification of offenders through modern diagnostic techniques.. Modern or New Penology. Parole : Nature of Parole. Prisoner Aid Society and other Voluntary Organization governmental Action. Social Science and Criminal Theory 3. Nature. Martin Wasik. Difference between Parole and Probation. The role of psychiatrists and Socials workers in the prison.Sethna. Imprisonment. Undertrial and Convicted Prisoners. Society and the Criminal.

1979.B.(Three years course) (Third Year) VIth Semester Optional Paper: Paper VII-D Law and Medicine -II . Aviation Insurance. The Moon Treaty. ISRO. Liability for death. Settlement of Aviation Related Disputes. Development of Law by Treaties: The Space Treaty. IPR Rights. Organisation of Space Activies-DOS. Disaster prediction. Need for the law in the country. Space communication Commercialization of Space Activities: Public and private sector activities. Books: Same as previous semester LL.50 Air and Space Law-II Unit I Changing Global Trend Globalization. 1975. Space policy. nature. warning and mitigation. industry-government partnership. 1967. injury and delay Unit II Air Cargo International Conventions and Regulations Aviation related Environmental problems Aircraft financing and leasing. de-regulation and liberalisation in international civil aviation-Infra-structural problems of air port Private involvement in owership operation and management of air ports. scope and development Sources : UN and Outer Space Space Technology-establishment of COPUOS. remote sensing. The Liability Convention. 1963. General Principles Role of ICAO and ICJ. Bilateral Agreement in Space Activity. 1977 Unit IV International and inter-governmental organisations. Arbitration. The Registration Convention. Partial Test Ban Treaty. management of earth sources. Satellite Broadcasting and Tele-communications Use of Space Technology: peaceful and non-peaceful. 1972. Satellite navigation and location. Settlement under Municipal Law Unit III Space Law Definition. 1968. Weather Modification Convention. International Co-operation for peaceful use UN Space Treaties. international regulatory framework Rights and Privileges of Air Passergers Consumer protection in Civil Aviation. The Rescue Agreement.

Unit IV: Aids Law Nature and scope. Right and duties of surrogated mother when genetic parents refuse to accept the child. Medical Wastes-Control on handling and disposal of Biomedical waste. Regulation of sexual activity. Books : Same as previous semester LL. Marriage and setting up of a family. parenthood. who is the legal parent? Problems of consent in caesarean surgery. liberty and secuity. social security.51 Unit I Science and Technology Transplantation or Organ: Test-Tube Babies. Population control laws. Right and freedon. privacy and liability to report. Amniocentesis. Unit II Experiments on Human being The Concept: Kinds. Work. Poverty and society: Family planning. Genetic engineering. Medical termination of pregnancy. equality before law. Movement. the contractual aspect and enforceability. subject of experimentation. Unit III: Surrogated Motherhood Historical background. education. control. Artificial insemination.B. Regulations of blood and blood products. Right of husband against the right of the wife for surrogated motherhood. Sterilization of unfit-Social reforms. Legality of coercive method. The unborn-Has the unborn constitutional or other legal rights? Causing miscarriage and injustice to the unborn-liability. Rights against degrading treatment.(Three years course) (Third Year) VIth Semester Optional Paper: Paper VII-E Women and Law relating to Children-II .

PNDT Act Infanticide. Unit II Discrimination against Female Children. ILI 2. Constitutional and International legal status of Child International concern and endeavor for the welfare of the Children.B. Commission for the Protection of Child Act. 2005 Acts 1. Conventions and Agencies Constitutional safeguards to Children. Law and poverty: Critical Essays LL. Unit III: Child and Personal Laws Status of Child under Personal Laws (Hindu. Termination of pregnancy. 2005 Unit IV: Social Legislation for the Protection of Women Commission of Sati (Prevention) Act Indecent Representation of Women (Prohibition) Act Prevention of Immoral Traffic Act Prevention of Domestic Violence Act. Legitimacy. U. Guardianship. Children and Employment Child Labour (Prohibition and Regulation) Act. 2005 Protection from exploitation and Harassment at Work Places Books 1. Adoption.N.Jain (ed. S.) Child and the Law. Child Labour (Prohibition and Regulation) Act 3. Child Marriage Restraint Act 2.(Three years course) (Third Year) VIth Semester Optional Paper: Paper VII-F .Baxi.52 Unit I Social. Muslim) Marriage. Child Sexual Abuse Unit IV: Social Legislation for the Protection of Children Child Marriage Restraint Act Child Labour: Problem and Protection Child Labour (Prohibition and Regulation) Act Commission for the Protection of Child Act. Maintenance and Custody Juvenile Delinquency.

B.(Three years course) (Third Year) VIth Semester Optional Paper: Paper VII-G .53 Cyber Law-II Unit I: Understanding Cyber Crimes Defining Crime Crime in context of Internet –Actus Rea/Mens Rea Types of crime in Internet Computing damage in Internet crime Unit II: Indian Penal Law & Cyber Crimes Fraud Hacking Mischief Tresspass Defamation Stalking Spam Unit III: Obscenity and Pornography Internet and Potential of Obscenity Indian Law on Obscenity & Pornography International efforts Changes in Indian Law Unit IV: Penalties & Offences under the IT Act Offences under the Indian Penal Code Investigation & adjudication issues Digital evidence LL.

Translation of Copyright. Cinematograph Films. 2001: Aims and Objects.K. 2000: Introduction. Terms of Copyright. Literary and Dramatic works. nature and meaning. Protection of Plant Varieties and Farmers Rights Act. 2000 3. Berne Convention. Importation and Infringement. Acts 1. Unit III Piracy in Internet. Remedies-especially possibility of Anton Pillar Injunctive Relief in India. Sound Recording. Copyright in Computer Programme. 2002: An Overview. Author Special Rights. 1957 Leading International Instruments. Licence.54 Intellectual Property Laws -II Unit I: The Copyright Act: Historical background and Development of Copyright Law. International Copyright under Copyright Act. Salient features of the Act. Dramatic and Musical Works. Copyright in Literary. Unit IV: Emerging Frontiers of I. Regime Protection of Plant Varieties and Farmers Rights Act. Copyright Societies. Enforcement and Remedies. Universal Copyright Convention.) Spotlight on Intellectual Property Rights. 2002-Brief Introduction. Fair use provisions. Copyright Act. Farmers Rights. 2001 4. Right of Broadcasting and performers. Compulsory Licences. Registration. The Design Act. Prof. Compulsory Licence.R. 2005 . Ownership. Assignment. Biological Diversity Act. The Design Act. The Copyright Act 2. Infringement-Criteria of Infringement. Infringement of Copyright-Films. Infringement and Remedies.P. Procedure for protection.Avasthi (ed. Biological Diversity Act. 2002 Books 1.A. scope of protection. Unit II Copyright Registrar and Copyright Board-Power and Procedure.

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