Program Structure Batch 2008 - 2013

Third Semester Course Code Course Title Economics II Sociology II Legal Method Family Law I Law of Crimes I Communication Skills ,Client Interviewing & Counseling Lectures (L)(Hours per week) 4 4 4 4 4 4 Tutorials (T)(Hours per week) 1 1 1 1 1 1 Practical (P)(Hours per week) Total Credits 5 5 5 5 5 5

TOTAL Fourth Semester Course Code Course Title Law of Crimes II Family Law II Land Laws Law of Tort (Motor Vehicle Act & Consumer Protection Act ) Property Law Communication & Advocacy Skills Lectures (L)(Hours per week) 4 4 4 4 Tutorials (T)(Hours per week) 1 1 1 1 Practical (P)(Hours per week) -

30

Total Credits 5 5 5 5

4 4

1 1

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5 5 30

Fifth Semester Course Code Course Title Constitutional Law I Code of Civil Procedure Code of Criminal Procedure Administrative Law Corporate Law Public International Law Lectures (L)(Hours per week) 4 4 4 4 4 4 Tutorials (T)(Hours per week) 1 1 1 1 1 1 Practical (P)(Hours per week) TOTAL Total Credits 5 5 5 5 5 5 30

Sixth Semester Course Code Course Title Constitutional Law II Intellectual Property Rights Law of Evidence Business Law Investment & Competition Law Human Rights Law Lectures (L)(Hours per week) 4 4 4 4 4 4 Tutorials (T)(Hours per week) 1 1 1 1 1 1 TOTAL Practical (P)(Hours per week) Total Credits 5 5 5 5 5 5 30

Seventh Semester Course Code Course Title Jurisprudence I Labour Law I Criminology Law, Poverty & Development Taxation Law International Trade Law Lectures (L)(Hours per week) 4 4 4 4 4 4 Tutorials (T)(Hours per week) 1 1 1 1 1 1 Practical (P)(Hours per week) TOTAL Total Credits 5 5 5 5 5 5 30

Eighth Semester Course Code Course Title Jurisprudence II Labour Law II Arbitration & Alternate Dispute Resolution Environmental Law Interpretation of Statutes Cyber Laws Lectures (L)(Hours per week) 4 4 4 4 4 4 Tutorials (T)(Hours per week) 1 1 1 1 1 1 TOTAL Practical (P)(Hours per week) Total Credits 5 5 5 5 5 5 30

Pleading & Conveyancing Professional Ethics Election Law Lectures (L)(Hours per week) 4 4 4 Tutorials (T)(Hours per week) 1 1 1 Practical (P)(Hours per week) Total Credits 5 5 5 Private International Law International Humanitarian & Refugee Law 4 4 1 1 TOTAL 5 5 25 Tenth Semester Course Code Course Title Internship (Including Viva and Diary) Research paper (Including Viva) Lectures (L)(Hours per week) 2 2 Tutorials (T)(Hours per week) Practical (P)(Hours per week) 13 8 TOTAL Total Credits 15 10 25 .Ninth Semester Course Code Course Title Drafting.

Tata Mc. Module III : PUBLIC FINANCE Public Finance: Nature and scope of public finance. Tax: Meaning. K. Inflation and deflation. Poverty and unemployment. New Delhi Shapiro Edward. Macro Economics. interest rates and exchange rates. Chand &Co. Chand &Co. Agra. K. Module IV : BUSINESS CYCLES & SOCIAL ACCOUNTING Features of Business cycles. Macro Economics. Difficulties in measurement. Text & References • • • • • • • Ahuja H. S.Third Semester ECONOMICS II Course Objective: This course also deals with principles of macroeconomics. Macro Economic Analysis. unemployment. Nominal & real GNP. Central Banking: Functions and credit control.L.L. principle of maximum social advantages. The coverage includes determination of and linkages between major macro economic variables. quantity theory of money. Seth M. The principle of effective demand: Aggregate demand and aggregate supply. classifications. Module II : MONEY AND BANKING Money: Function. Sundharam. Methods of measuring National Income. Poverty and unemployment. Methods of measuring National Income. . private finance. Dornbusch & S. S. New Delhi. Interdependence of micro and macro economics. Thomson Publication. classification. Course Contents: Module I : OVERVIEW OF MICROECONOMICS Development of macroeconomics schools of thought: classical.P. Fisher. Mankiw. inflation. Money market and capital market. GDP growth. Banking and International Trade. Money. R. canons. public v. Tata Mc. Difficulties in measurement. Evaluation Scheme: Component Codes Weightage (%) P/S/V 10 CT 10 C 5 EE 70 Note : 5 marks for Attendance .M. Graw Hill. Keynesian and post Keynesian. Modern Economic Theory: S. Chand &Co. New Delhi Dewett. Monetary policy. Aggregate consumption and investment functions. Graw Hill. K. Principles of Macro Economics. value of money. Macroeconomics. Commercial Banking functions and credit creation. the level of output and prices. Agarwal Publications. Social Accounting: Meaning and various concepts of National Income.

Theories of Deviant behavior with special reference to Sutherland’s theory of differential association Evaluation Scheme: Component Codes Weightage (%) P/S/V 10 CT 10 C 5 EE 70 Note : 5 marks for Attendance Text & References: • Harlambos. Terrorism . A. Volume I and Volume II. Society in India. features. Singapore. Caste. D. ethnic and religious.linguistic. functions of family. Introduction to Sociology.B.G.Social Anthropology • Lucy Mair. 2002 . Allahabad.Hill book Company. • Giddens.R. Mumbai.Concept of social disorganization. 1984. 1993 • Shankar Rao. Oxford University Press.meaning and difference. A. Popular Prakashan. Sociology. Hindu Philosophy – Basic Tenets of Hinduism. V. Polity Press.Introduction to Social Anthropology • Bhushan. T. racial. • Mandelbaum. Alcoholism and Drug Addiction. Sociology: Themes and Perspectives. Hunt Sociology. family and kinship Marriage : definition. P. types and rules of marriage. and D. Module IV: Social Problems and Legislative measures Communalism . McGrew. Module V: Social Deviance Meaning and Factors facilitating deviance. Oxford University Press. 1971 • Horton. Law as a subsystem of society. White Collar Crime. Sociology: A Guide to Problems and Literature. degree and forms Module III : Basics: Society and Law Meaning and types of Legitimacy. 1980 • Bottomore. 1992 • Ember & Ember.Family : definition. New Delhi. Kitab Mahal. Kinship . forms of family: nuclear and joint. Sachdeva An Introduction to Sociology. Module II : Marriage. Scheduled caste and scheduled tribes .SOCIOLOGY II Course Objective: The Objective of this paper is to focus on basic concepts of sociology relevant for understanding Indian Society and Social Issues . Blackie and Sons India Ltd.Forms of crime :Juvenile Delinquency. The Ashramas and The Purusharthas.Diversity. M. Dowry. universality of family. Class and Power: Changing Patterns of Stratification in a Tanjore Village. Organized crime . UK. Corruption.L. Course Contents: Module I : Features of Indian Society Caste and Varna . and C.definition.b. 1999 • Beteille.Concept of social organization.

har-Anand Publications Pvt. New Academic Pub. Family and Marriage: Changing Perspectives (Edited). 1993 • Srinivas. 1980 • Vir. New Delhi. New Delhi. Orient Longman Ltd. Social Problems .N. 2006. Social Change in Modern India. M. • Ram Ahuja. Ltd. Y. Dharam Kinship.• Singh. Social Change in India : Crisis and Resilience.

Manuals. Statutes. Constitution as the Basic Law. Legislation. Judicial system in India. Importance of legal research . Precedent. Module II : Sources of Law Custom. Legal writings and citations. . Municipal and International Law. Course Contents: Module I: Meaning and Classification of Laws Meaning. The Nature of Judicial Process LI Publication – Indian Legal System ILI Publication in Legal Research and Methodology . Cardozo. Module III: Basic Concepts of Indian Legal System Common Law. Digests etc. Stability and Peaceful Change. Techniques of Legal Research : Doctrinal. Journals.M. Classification of laws: Public and Private Law. Essentials of a Valid Law. Functions: Justice. Tripathi – An Introduction to Jurisprudence and Legal theory Benjamin N. Obiter. Rule of Law.. Reports. Evaluation Scheme: Component Codes Weightage (%) P/S/V 10 CT 10 C 5 EE 70 Note : 5 marks for Attendance Text Books & References • • • • • • Glanville Willains – Learning the law Avtar Singh – Jurisprudence (Legal Theory) B.N.LEGAL METHOD Course Objective: This paper focuses on orientation of students to legal studies from the point of view of basic concepts of law and legal system. Module IV: Legal Writing and Research Legal materials: Case law. Ratio. Separation of Powers. Substantive and Procedural Law. Empirical Research. Definition.

Justice. consequences for violating these conditions and ceremonies of marriage . Essential conditions of a Hindu Marriage. Justice and good conscience. void marriage. divorced wives. Hindu Adoption and Maintenance Act. Nullity of marriage. Digest & Commentaries. . conversion is causing problems. The Sunna (Practice of Prophet). Option of puberty . . classification of dower. a review under different personal laws . 1956. Modern sources: Equity. Ijma (Consensus of opinion) and Qyias (Analogical deduction). It strives to give an overview of some of the current problems arising out of the foundational inequalities in the various family concepts.. Sub – schools of Mitakshara. therefore. Another objective of the course is to view family law not merely as a separate system of personal laws based upon religions but as the one cutting across the religious lines and eventually enabling us to fulfill the constitutional directive of uniform civil code at least jurisprudentially at the academic study by identifying the core concepts in marriage laws of all communities to evolve a uniform civil code devoid of political nest. Sources of Muslim Law: Ancient Sources: The Koran. and Customs. Essential conditions of a valid marriage. A Critical review. How conversion affects the family and whether it is compatible with the concept of secularism and to what extent such problem would stand resolved with the enactment of a uniform civil code. endorsement of dower including widow’s right of retention.FAMILY LAW I Course Objective: This Course aims at providing adequate Sociological perspective so that the basic concepts relating to family are expounded in their social setting. Grounds for divorce under Muslim Law. 1973. Shia School of Muslim Law. Module II: Marriage Hindu Marriage:Nature and concept of Hindu Marriage. divorce by mutual consent and other modes of dissolution. Grounds for Divorce under Indian Dissolution of Muslim Marriage Act 1939. 127 of Code of Criminal Procedure.Judicial separation. Muslim Marriage:Nature and concepts of Muslim Marriage.Restitution of conjugal rights . Dower: Definition and nature. disabled children and parents who are unable to support themselves vide sections 125. minor children. 1986. irregular. a general perspective of matrimonial fault theory and principle of irretrievable breakdown of marriage. Precedent and Legislation. Judicial resolution of marital conflict problems. Women and children have special family relations and. Modern sources – Equity. In view of the conflicts of the interpersonal laws. classification of marriage and effects of valid. Module III: Matrimonial Remedies Non – judicial resolution of marital conflict problems: Customary dissolution of marriage unilateral divorce. alimony Pendente Lite and permanent maintenance . are some of the basics that needs to be examined. Cousrse Contents: Module I: Sources and Schools of Law Sources of Hindu Law: Ancient sources : Shruti. and good conscience. Precedent and Legislation. Divorce under Muslim personal Law – Talaq and Talaq-e-Tafweez .Maintenance of Divorced Muslim Women under the Muslim Women Protection of Right on Divorce Act. Smriti. maintenance and Adoption Maintenance of neglected wives.Alimony and maintenance as an independent remedy. Schools of Hindu Law: Mitakshara and Dayabhag Schools. it is aspired to develop insights amongst the students to ensure protection of constitutional rights of women and children in family law administration. Bars to matrimonial relief under Hindu Law.Alimony and maintenance as ancillary relief.. Module IV: Alimony. prohibitions / disabilities. Schools of Muslim Law: Sunni School of Muslim Law.

Marriage.A. Kinds of Guardianship. Principal of Mohammadan Law Fyzee. Module VI: Emerging Trends in Family Law Family Courts. T. Muslim Law of India Paras Diwan. D. Entitlement to guardianship.F. D. Uniform Civil Code. 1956: Meaning of Guardianship. Rights.. A. obligations and disqualification of guardian..A. Establishment. Universal . Role of the State. obligations and disqualification of a guardian. Adoption. Constitutional Mandate. Principles of Hindu Law Paras Diwan. Guardianship succession. Law of Intestate and Testamentary Succession (1998). Outlines of Mohammadan Law Mahmood. Conversions and its effects on family.. Impediments to the formulation of the Uniform Civil Code. Modern Hindu Law Mulla.. Powers and functions. Rights.Module V: Guardianship Hindu Minority and Guardianship Act.F. Evaluation Scheme: Component Codes Weightage (%) P/S/V 10 CT 10 C 5 EE 70 Note : 5 marks for Attendance Text & References • • • • • • Mulla. Guardianship under Muslim Law.

Stages in commission of a crime.Good faith. Achutan Pillai. Preparation. a study of the basic concepts of specific offences under the Indian Penal Code is imperative. Capital Punishment . Nagpur. Attempt.Intention..Insanity.Constructive joint liability. if young law students are to use their knowledge and skills to build a just and humane society. The young law students are the would be lawyers and as such they must have an acquaintance with such knowledge to make criminal justice system serve the goals of social defense as well as social justice.Fundamental elements of crime.Necessity. Therefore. There has been a progressive as well as regressive change in the Indian society since Independence. .Definition of Crime. Indian Penal Code (1996).S.Consent. Misra. Gandhi. Expiatory and Reformative Theory.Infancy. D. A proper understanding of crimes and the causal factors for the occurrence of crime is extremely important in the larger context of India’s development. Preventive. Punishment under the IPC: Fine. Gaur – A Text Book on Indian Penal Code S.Judicial and Executive acts.Private defence. Criminal Law (1995) Eastern.LAW OF CRIMES I Course Objective : Course on Law of Crimes aims at introducing students to the basic principles of criminal law.N. Indian Penal Code B.Accident. Evaluation Scheme: Component Codes Weightage (%) P/S/V 10 CT 10 C 5 EE 70 Note : 5 marks for Attendance Text & References: • • • • • Ratanlal & Dhirajlal – The Indian Penal Code K. Module III: Abetment and Criminal Conspiracy Module IV: Punishment Theories: Deterrent. Course Contents: Module I: Introduction to Substantive Criminal Law Extent and operation of the Indian Penal Code. Retributive. Lucknow. Module II: General Explanations and Exceptions Definitions . Eastern.Mistake.Intoxication. Imprisonment.M. P.

Organizational Behaviour • Morgan. Madhava Menon. Communication Process. Introduction to Psychology . Components of Legal Reasoning. Types and Directions to Communication. Module IV: Legal Reasoning Legal Reasoning: Definition.R. Information gathering. Barriers to Communication. Module I: Communication Meaning. Ethical consideration. Levi’s and Bodenheimer’s Model of Legal Reasoning: Law and Logic: Aristotelian Logic and Syllogism. Module II: Client Interviewing Meaning and significance. Different Components: listening. Channels of Communication. Approaches to Counseling. types of questions asked. Deductive and Inductive Reasoning. Evaluation Scheme: Component Codes Weightage (%) P/S/V 10 CT 10 C 5 EE 70 Note : 5 marks for Attendance Text Books & References: • N.COMMUNICATION SKILLS. Robbins. Report formation. Module III: Legal Counseling Definition and its differentiation from general counseling. Different types of counseling. Training Skills: Simulated exercises. client interviewing and counseling advocacy skill in them. Client Interviewing and Counselling • Stephens P. Significance of mooting to law students. Clinical Legal Education • Jenny Chapman. CLIENT INTERVIEWING & COUNSELING Course Objective : This paper is to develop in the student art of communication. Approaches to Communication.

if young law students are to use their knowledge and skills to build a just and humane society. robbery and dacoity .Forgery . Outraging the modesty of women . The young law students are the would be lawyers and as such they must have an acquaintance with such knowledge to make criminal justice system serve the goals of social defense as well as social justice. Module III: Offences against Property Theft. Eastern. D. or injuries to unborn children. Module II: Offences against Women Obscene acts and songs . Criminal Law (1995) Eastern. P. Module IV: Defamation and offences relating to documents and property marks Defamation . . Counterfeiting . of wrongful restraint and wrongful confinement.Fourth Semester LAW OF CRIMES II Course Objective : It aims at introducing students to the basic principles of criminal law. Extortion. Nagpur.Rape. causing miscarriage. Misra. Lucknow.M. Mischief . Indian Penal Code (1996). Cheating . Offences of hurt.N.. Indian Penal Code B. Criminal trespass . Cruelty by husband or relatives of husband . Evaluation Scheme: Component Codes Weightage (%) P/S/V 10 CT 10 C 5 EE 70 Note : 5 marks for Attendance Text & References: • • • • • Ratanlal & Dhirajlal – The Indian Penal Code K.S. offences of kidnapping and Abduction. Gaur – A Text Book on Indian Penal Code S. Therefore. A proper understanding of crimes and the causal factors for the occurrence of crime is extremely important in the larger context of India’s development. Offences of criminal force and Assault.Offences relating to marriage. Achutan Pillai. Criminal misappropriation and criminal breach of trust . There has been a progressive as well as regressive change in the Indian society since Independence. Gandhi. a study of the basic concepts of specific offences under the Indian Penal Code is imperative. Course Contents: Module I : Offences affecting the Human body Offences affecting life.

subject matter of Will . to whom gift can be made. Disposition inter vivos (Gift): Gift (Hiba) its definition. Evaluation Scheme: Component Codes Weightage (%) P/S/V 10 CT 10 C 5 EE 70 Note : 5 marks for Attendance . classification and essentials of gift. Module III: Law of Succession and inheritance among Hindus Devolution of interest in Mitakshara Coparcenaries. inclusion and exclusion of inheritors to the property. interpretation of the Will. Revocation of the Will . Debts : Doctrine of Pious Obligation and Antecedent debt . Kinds of Waqf.Pre-emption – Origin. formalities. 1956. Capacity of the Legatee. Hiba-bil-Sharituliwad. Requistes. powers. Revocation of Gifts. Joint Hindu Family as a social security institution and impact of Hindu Gains of Learning Act and Various Tax Laws on it . privileges and obligation . Classification. Succession to property of Hindu female dying intestate under the Hindu Succession Act. Formalities of a Will. Dayabhaga coparcenaries : formation and incidents . Delivery of possession. Karta of the Joint Family : His position. Property under Mitakshara Law : separate property and coparcenaries property .Property under Dayabhaga Law . Module II: Dispositions under Muslim Law A. effects. Sadaqa & Wakf. Module IV: Law of Succession and inheritance among Muslims General rules of succession. Definition. Restrictions on testamentary power of disposition. Disqualifications relating to succession. 1956. Objects and purpose. Advantages and disadvantages . Alienation of property: Separate and coparcenaries . Coparcenaries with reference to the provisions of Hindu Succession Act. constitutional validity. Classification of heirs under Hanafi and Ithma Asharia School and their shares and distribution of property. Subject matter. Distinction between Hiba. Methods of creation of waqf . Musha. Who can make gift. the property which can be subject of Gift. Gift during death illness (Marsul Mawt). Testamentary Disposition (Will): Definition and basis. Rights and Characteristics. Ariya.FAMILY LAW II Course Objective : Family Law II Course is mainly devoted to the study of property relations in the familial relationship. The legal incidence of joint family and the laws of succession – testamentary and intestate – according to the personal laws of Hindus and Muslims shall be discussed in depth to create insights amongst the students who develop visions and perceptions that may promote loud thinking on a Uniform Civil Code and equality among sexes in property relations within the family. Module V : Waqf Meaning. Partition and Re-union . Course Contents : Module I: Joint Hindu Family Mitakshara Joint Family : Mitakshara coparcenaries formation and incidents.

A.A.F. D. Outlines of Mohammadan Law Mahmood. Muslim Law of India Paras Diwan.F... T. Modern Hindu Law Mulla.Text & References • • • • • • Mulla. D.A. Law of Intestate and Testamentary Succession (1998).. Principles of Hindu Law Paras Diwan. Principal of Mohammadan Law Fyzee. Universal ..

Module II: Post-Independence Reforms Abolition of Zamindaries. Land Reforms in India: a Review. IASSI quarterly 1992. Law of Forests (Central and State) 6th Edition 1999. X. Local bodies. The provisions in the Constitution in Part III. Prof. Frankel. 1998. Different States have enacted their own laws on this subject. The Constitutional perspectives relating to this subject have to be taught as an essential part of this course. Asia Law House Baden Powel. The state and Poverty in India (1987) Francine R.R. “Nehru and Agrarian reform” in Rajeev Dhavan and Thomas Paul (eds. Rudolph and S. Legislative Powers. M. Beotra. (ed. Rudolph. The Law Book Company. Numbers 3 and 4. Module III: Evaluation of land Reforms Lack of Political will as an impediment to land reforms. Property as Legal Right. poverty and development .H. Asia Law House Srivastava. A. Asia Law House Padala Rami Reddy. Upadhayay. Developing Rural India Policies and Progress (1990) Allied Alice. Forest Laws. Module IV: Land Management in Uttar Pradesh: Relevant Land laws to be specified Module V: Houses and Shops Rent Control Legislation in Uttar Pradesh Evaluation Scheme: Component Codes Weightage (%) P/S/V 10 CT 10 C 5 EE 70 Note : 5 marks for Attendance Text & References • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Law. Position of Bars to the jurisdiction of Civil Courts . India’s Political Economy. Manual of Jurisprudence for Forests Officers (1982) Anil Agarwal. The Union. 1998. Towards a Sociology of Indian Law. Role of administrative agencies. Krishnan. The State. Voluntary Surrenders. Course Contents: Module I: Constitutional Perspectives Fundamental rights. IV and XII as well as those in Schedule VII relating to distribution of legislative powers over land are essentially to be taught with emphasis. Land Reform and Rural Change 6-19 (1992).) “The State of India’s Environment: The Second Citizen’s Report” (1985) • . Land to the tiller. Thripathi Walter C.L. Upendra Baxi. Abolition of Intermediaries. Vol. B. The Political Economy of Lakshmi (1987) Mohammad Ghouse. pp. Tenancy Reforms. 1947-77 (1988) L. Encyclopedia on forest. Personal Cultivation.) Nehru and the Constitution (1992). 25-65 (1986) Atul Kohli.LAND LAWS Course Objective: The legislative power to make laws relating to land and land ceiling is in the state list. Role of law and Legal Profession in implementation. Agriculture reform . Neale. Role of Law. Jacob. Forest Laws in India.H. 1989.

“The laws on the Theft of Woods”. Common Property and Common Poverty (1985) Chhatrapati Singh.• • • • • • Chhatrapati Singh. 145 ft. in 18 Economic and Political weekly 45. (1983) Uttar Pradesh State relevant Laws Houses and Shops Rent Control Legislation of Uttar Pradesh . “Forestryand the law in India” in 29 Journal of India Law Institute (1987) Karl Marx. Vol (1956) Ramchandra Guha. “Forestry in Pre-British India”. In Rhenisce Zeitung werke 113-16.

Parental and quasi-parental authority. Redressal mechanism under the Consumer Protection Act. The National Commission. The State Commission. Union of India . Mehta v. . Why a consumer may institute proceedings. Course Contents : Module I : Introduction to Tort Nature and Definition of Torts . Doctrine of Sovereign Immunity. 145 – 152) : Claims tribunals : Sec.Volenti non-fit Injuria. Judicial and Quasi – Judicial Acts. injuria sine damnum . Evaluation Scheme: Component Codes Weightage (%) P/S/V 10 CT 10 C 5 EE 70 Note : 5 marks for Attendance . 165-176 : Special provisions as to payment of compensation on structured formula basis : Claims on non structured basis : Method of calculating compensation evolved by the courts( study with reference to relevant judgments) : Defences : Changing parameters of negligence and burden of proof. Justification in Tort . Fletcher . Remoteness of damages. Module II : Actions in Tort Assault. Shift from Caveat Emptor to Caveat Venditor. etc.C. Crime : Conditions of liability including damnum sine injuria. Act of God. Tort distinguished from Contract. False Imprisonment.LAW OF TORT (MOTOR VEHICLES ACT & CONSUMER PROTECTION ACT) Course Objective : This course aims to introduce the student to the specialized discipline of tort law that is one of the most litigated areas of law in west. Quasi-Contract. definition of ‘consumer’ under the consumer Protection Act. Res ipsa loquitor. 1986: The Aims and Objectives of the Consumer Protection Act. Nuisance. Principles for the application of the rule and defenses. Malicious Prosecution . 1986. Consumer Protection Councils under the Consumer Protection Act 1986. Module III : Negligence Negligence including contributory negligence and other defenses: Absolute liability/Strict liability. Slander including defenses in an action for defamation. Battery. Module V : Motor Vehicles Motor Vehicles Claims and compensation : Relevant provisions of the relating Motor Vehicles Act relating to the liability and assessment of compensation : Liability without fault in certain cases : voidance of contracts restrictive of liability : Special provisions and scheme of compensation in case of hit and run motor accidents : offences penalties and procedure : Insurance of Motor Vehicles against third party risks(Sec. Necessity. The course covers Consumer Protection Act as well as Motor Vehicle Act which are carved out from the general principles of tort. Liability of State.. Private defences. The District Forum. Defamation-Libel. Trespass. 1986. Rules in Ryland v. Maxims: Ubijus ibi remedium. Vicarious Liability. In India this realm is on the verge of a lot of litigational activity. Inevitable accidents. Enterprises engaged in hazardous activities – M. Plaintiff’s default. Module IV : Consumer Protection The concept of a Consumer and Consumer Dispute.

P. D. Motor Vehicle Laws. Avtar Singh. The law of Consumer Protection in India. Dr. Dr. . Saraf. Universal law Publishing Company.Text & References: • • • • • • • Winfield and Jolowicz. S. Tort Law of Torts . Law of Torts. Winfield. Universal Law Publishing Company. Dr. Dr. Gurjeet Singh.N. Singh The Law of Torts: Ratanlal & Dhirajlal. Law of Consumer Protection in India. Law of Consumer Protection in India.

Lectures on Indian Easement Act. Indian Easement Act. Rights and Liabilities of the mortgagor and mortgagee. . 58 – 77 (Kinds of mortgage. Extinction. Module IV: Leases Leases (Secs. Redemption (Secs. Shukla.N..F. (Sale. Transfer of Property Act. 37–51). Rights and Liabilities of buyer and seller). Module III: Specific Transfers Mortgages of immovable Property: Secs. 81 – 82). Leases how made. 91 – 96). D. Licenses (Secs. Kinds of property – movable and immovable property.. Transfer of Property Act.PROPERTY LAW Course Objective: The subject imparts to the student an understanding of the law in India relating to transfer of immovable property and the norms and doctrines that aid in carrying out secure transactions in this regard.. Shah. 54 – 55). Contract of Sale.D. Course Contents: Module I: Jurisprudential Basis (Sections 5-21) Concept and meaning of property – New property. Tripathi. and Revival of Easements (Secs.M. J. Module II: Sale of Immovable Property Doctrine of Election Sec. Charges (Section. Contract to sell. Nature and characteristics of Easements. Transfer of Property Act. Suspension Evaluation Scheme: Component Codes Weightage (%) P/S/V 10 CT 10 C 5 EE 70 Note : 5 marks for Attendance Text & References: • • • • • Mulla. Sale of immovable property ( Secs. Marshalling and Contribution (Secs. 105 – 117) : Definition.. S. Riparian Rights. Module V: Easements Creation of Easements (Secs. 100 – 104). tangible and intangible property. S. 4 – 7) . 53 . 52 – 64). Rights and Liabilites of lesser and lessee . 35. Fraudulent Transfer Sec. Jain.

Baron Psychology /: An Introduction – J. Module IV: Leadership and Team. Module III: Motivation Theories of Motivation. Environment and Situational Factors. Situational analysis of Attitude.R. Frustration and conflict of motives. Motives to know and Be effective. Module II : Attitude Meaning and Definition. Negative Attitude and objective. Course Contents: Module I: Personality: Meaning and Definition Determinants of personality. Types of Attitude.COMMUNICATION AND ADVOCACY SKILLS Course Objective : This course helps in developing the personality.A. Evaluation Scheme: Component Codes Weightage (%) P/S/V 10 CT 10 C 5 EE 70 Note : 5 marks for Attendance Text & References : • • • • Introduction to Psychology – Morgan’s Social Psychology – R. Team Building. Prejudices and blind spots. Building positive attitude.Building Definition. Meemastic Theory and Learning Theory. Gnow Organizational Behaviour – Stephens P. Formation of Attitude. Theories of personality : Trait Theory. Characteristics of leadership. Ronnins . Various motives: Biological and social Motives. Psycho Analytic Theory. Heredity. Type Theory. Biases. Perception. Theories. attitude and leadership temperament for effective advocacy.

emergency . Bills : Procedure for the passage. Privileges of legislature . 245-281) Legislative Powers . limitations and interrelationships with one another and seeks to mould a frame of mind in the student to appreciate and assess constitutional policy and changes for the future.Election . transfer . Conditions . Subordinate judiciary. jurisdiction of Supreme court : Original . Powers of president : focus on ordinance . Emphasis on Federal structure .Appointment . pardon . (Art 79-122). Powers . Assessment of relevance of presidential office on governance . Evolution of Constitutional scheme in India : Focus on developments from 1935 to 1950.promotion . Pith and substance . (Arts. Relevance. High Court jurisdiction . Module III : Union and State Executive. State executive . Relevant Doctrines : Territorial nexus . conditions of service . Sources of Constitution. Union Legislature. dissolution . Lok Sabha . Module II : Distribution of powers between Centre and States – ( Arts. State cabinet dismissal . appellate . Freedom of Trade and Commerce. Module IV : Amendment of the Constitution Amendment of Constitution. State legislature : functioning . Governor : Appointment . impeachment .Harmonious construction . legislature and Judiciary Union Executive. Doctrine of basic Structure. Financial Powers . membership. Effect . advisory . Administrative Powers . Repugnancy : Overview of Panchayati Raj Provisions(Art. Constitutionalism. governors role in the context of centre state relations.functions . removal . Removal . Dissolution of . dismissal of cabinet minister. qualifications and disqualifications . 168-212). (Arts. writs . functioning . Salient features of Indian Constitution . 214 to 237). Anti defection law and its impact. Principle of separation of powers . Evaluation Scheme: Component Codes Weightage (%) P/S/V 10 CT 10 C 5 EE 70 . Art. Office of Attorney General : Significance . functioning . collective responsibility .Conditions . Assessment of independence of judiciary. Rule of law. Court of Record . President: Appointment .Composition . Union Judiciary: Supreme Court Judges: Appointment . Council of ministers and Prime minister: Appointment .FIFTH SEMESTER CONSTITUTIONAL LAW I Course Objective: The course aims at analyzing constitutional institutions. State judiciary : High Court Judges :Appointment . its powers. 243). 226 . Course Contents: Module I : Introduction to Constitution Concept.removal . 124 -147) (Arts. Removal .

N. Jain – Indian Constitutional Law. H.Note : 5 marks for Attendance Text & References: • • • • • • V. P.. J.M. . Shukla. Durga Das Basu – Shorter Constitution. Pandey – Constitution of India.N.M. Bakshi – Constitution of India.P. Constitution of India M. Seervai – Constitutional Law of India.

. Inspection and production of documents . Thakkar’s (Takwani)Code of Civil Procedure Majumdar. Delhi. Receiver. General rules. Judgement. Course Contents: Module I: Initial steps in a suit Jurisdiction and place of suing. framing of issues. Suit of civil nature . Foreign Judgement.K. Restitution. Foreign Court. Module III: Interim Orders Commissions. adjournment. Interlocutory orders. Profits. P. Module II : Significant Terms and Definitions Definitions: Decree. Plaint. 1908.Important Concepts: Res Sub-Judice. Module IV: Suits in Particular Cases Suits by or against Government. Temporary Injunctions.Plaint and written statement : Particulars.Trial: Summoning and attendance of witnesses. disposal of suit in the first hearing . Delhi C. Interpleader Suit. Suits relating to public nuisance. Arrest before judgement.First hearing : Meaning. joinder.CODE OF CIVIL PROCEDURE Course Objective : This paper is to help a law student to acquire a thorough knowledge of procedural aspects of working of civil courts and other machineries. summons to produce documents. Evaluation Scheme: Component Codes Weightage (%) P/S/V 10 CT 10 C 5 EE 70 Note : 5 marks for Attendance Text and References: • • • Mulla’s Code of Civil Procedure. Suits by Indigent persons.Admission return and rejection.. Caveat. . object. Resjudicata.Discovery. Written Statement. Amendment of pleadings .K.Appearance and non-appearance of parties. Inherent powers of courts. Summons. object. cause of action. Suit. and Kataria. hearing of suit. universal.P. Universal. Attachment before judgement. . ex-parte proceedings. set off and counter claim . Order. Mesne. omission to frame issues.Security of costs. Commentary on the Code of Civil Procedure. non-joinder and mis-joinder of parties. R. Affidavit.Pleadings: Meaning. Institution of suit. Summary Procedure.

Evaluation Scheme: Component Codes Weightage (%) P/S/V 10 CT 10 C 5 EE 70 Note : 5 marks for Attendance Text & References • • • • • • • • Nand Lal. 83. classes of Criminal Courts: Sections 6 to 12. 439.) Kelkar’s Outlines of Criminal Procedure (2001). (1999) Universal. Criminal Procedure Code R. 97. Defense Counsel and Prison Authorities and their duties. Search and seizure – Search Warrants and searches without warrants (Secs. 1973 Rattan Lal and Dheeraj Lal. Form of charge and joinder of charges: Sections 211 to 224. Search and seizure Power of police to investigate FIR and its evidentiary value: Sections 154 to 169. 438. 102). 397 to 402. 441 – 450) . 200 – 204). 437.constitutional perspectives of fair trial: Articles 14. Delhi. Trial of Summons Case: Sections 251 to 265. Lucknow. Chandrasekharan Pillai (ed. Warrants of arrest: Sections 70 to 81. cancellation of Bail. The organization of Police. Lectures on Criminal Procedure Code Ratanlal and Dhiraj Lal: Criminal Procedure Code.V. Woodroffe: Commentaries on Code of Criminal Procedure. bailable and nonbailable offences. Review and & Revisions: Sections 374 to 381.D. 436. Proclamation and attachment: Sections 82 to 85.CODE OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE Course Objective: The course material focuses on critical pre judicial and judicial procedures. Criminal Trials: Trial before Courts of Sessions: 225 to 237. (2000) Universal. appellate Bail powers and general principles concerning Bond (Secs. Module IV: Appeal. 20. Course Contents: Module I: Introduction Importance of fair trial . . 389. Summary Trial: Sections 160 to 265. duties and restraints on those administering the criminal justice system. Trial of warrant case by magistrate: Sections 238 to 247. Kelkar. Criminal Procedure Code D. Review and & Revisions Appeal. Disputes as regarding immovable property: Sections 145 to 147. seizure and constitutional aspects of validity of search and seizure proceedings (Sec. Criminal Procedure Code. anticipatory bail. functions and powers. 21. Eastern. Module III: Trial Processes and Charge Commencement of Criminal proceedings and conception of fair trial (Secs. Power of arrest without warrants: Sections 41 to 43. Security for keeping peace and for good behavior: Sections 107 to 117. (2000) Universal. Module II: Pre – Trial processes – Arrest. Principal’s Commentaries on the Code of Criminal Procedure. Section – 2: Definitions. 2 vol. 94. Process to compel appearances: Summons: Sections 61 to 69. Purpose. 100). 98 and 103). Bail & Bonds: Sections 436 to 439. rights and duties of those proceeded against and the powers. general principles of search (Sec. Police search during investigations. 395. FIR. Prosecutor. 2 Vol. Constitutional overtones. Basu. Bail: Concept.

Nature and scope of Administrative Law From laissez-faire to a social welfare state. Module II: Legislative Functions of Administration Necessity for delegation of legislative power. Principles of Natural Justice : Rule against Bias. . The reason for this development can only be attributed to a change of philosophy as regards the role and function of the State. Classification of functions of administration. The change in the concept of State from ‘laissez faire’ to a ‘welfare state’ has led to emergence of state activities in almost all spheres of human life. Administrative is described a most outstanding legal development of the twentieth century. Obviously. functions and effectiveness. However. scope of administrative law: Effect of privatization on its scope. The field is still open for new changes. Rule of law and administrative law. the State was bound to take over a number of functions which were earlier left to private enterprise. Focus on Constitutional safeguards and pr for civil servants in service of state and state undertakings – Articles 309 to Art. state as provider of services and other functions of modern state relief and welfare. Procedural control. Judicial control of delegated legislation : Doctrine of ultra vires. necessity for delegation of powers on administration. Module III: Judicial functions of Administration Reasons for growth of administrative adjudication : Administrative adjudication and Tribunals. Course contents: Module I: Evolution. Committees on delegated legislation their constitution. Definitions of administrative law. is the rights of individual wis a wis the public interest. as usual as in cases of the study of other branches of public law.Evolution of Administration as the fourth branch of government. the form in which we find it today.Lokayuktha – Composition . Separation of powers to what extent relevant to administrative functions. administrative agencies are given extraordinary powers and functions such as to make rules and deciding disputes apart from its wide discretionary powers. Relationship between constitutional law and administrative law. powers. this necessitated a new set of laws to check the possible abuses of such extraordinary powers on the part of administration. Classification o delegated legislation and its requirement. there is no end to this journey. However. expertise etc.ADMINISTRATIVE LAW Course objective: Administrative law is as old as the administration itself. The main thrust of administrative law has been to study the nature of functions and powers exercised by the authorities on whom they have been conferred on and the study of remedies available to common man in case the limits of exercising power are transferred by such an authority. procedures and rules of evidence. The focus or the centre point of this study. Administrative Tribunals in India – Constitution and jurisdiction. One who hears must decide and institutional decisions.functions jurisdiction. state as regulator of private interest. The courts in India and abroad in the course of time have developed various doctrines and methods to deal with such p[problems. 311 of the Constitution. Office of the Ombudsman – Lokpal . Legislative control of delegated legislation : Laying procedures and their efficacy. Classification of Tribunals: Constitution. With the phenomenal increase in the area of state operation. Reasoned decisions . Rules of Fair Hearing. Constitutionality of delegated legislation. In order to ensure that such functions are performed effectively and further due to certain other factors namely contingency.

P. Failure to exercise discretion . Talewani : Lectures on Administrative law. Doctrine of proportionality : Legitimate expectation. Exhaustion of administrative remedies. Sathe: Administrative Law .W. Writs.P. Jain and S. C. Constitutional objections and discretion.Module IV: Administrative Discretion Discretion and its need. Declaratory judgments and injunctions. Methods of Judicial Review : Statutory appeals. Public interest or social action litigation and principle of locus standi. Wade: Administrative Law S. Res judicata. Civil suits for compensation. Jain: Principles of Administrative Law. I. H. Massey: Administrative Law. Laches.P. Module V: Judicial Control of Administrative Action Courts as the final authority to determine the legality of administrative action. Evaluation Scheme: Component Codes Weightage (%) P/S/V 10 CT 10 C 5 EE 70 Note : 5 marks for Attendance Text & References: • • • • • • M. Grounds of judicial review : Abuse of discretion. Legality of discretion: Doctrine of ultra vires.N. Judicial review: Scope and extent.K.R. De Smith: Judicial Review of Administrative Action.

Statutory share certificate. Role of the court. reduction of share capital. Meetings kinds and procedure. Shares and general principles of allotment. statement in lieu of prospectus. alteration and the doctrine of ultra vires. liability for misstatements and its Remedies. alteration. Transfer of shares. Liability of past members. Module III: Corporate Administration Directors – Appointment. Prevention of oppression and mismanagement. Duties of court to protect interests of creditors and shareholders. The nature and classification of company securities. Course Contents: Module I: Formation. kinds. Debentures. remedies of debenture holders. M : Lectures on Company Law Further Readings: • • • Palmer . Kinds. lifting of corporate veil. criminal. relation with memorandum of association. Share capital. Articles of association. Emerging trends in Corporate social responsibility. legal liability of company . powers and duties. Evaluation Scheme: Component Codes Weightage (%) P/S/V 10 CT 10 C 5 EE 70 Note : 5 marks for Attendance Text & References: • • Avtar Singh : Company Law Shah S. Accounts and Audits.civil.Company Law Ramiaya: Guide to Companies Act Gower: Principles of Modern Company Law . Kinds.exceptions.CORPORATE LAW Course Objective: The paper aims to provide insight into Formation and Winding up of companies besides Corporate Administration. Registration and Incorporation of company Nature and kinds of company. contents. its objects and effects. consequences and reasons of winding up. Module IV: Amalgamation and Winding up of Companies Reconstruction and amalgamation. doctrine of constructive notice and indoor management. binding nature. Dividends. Memorandum of Association. tortuous and environmental. kinds. Module II: Capital Formation Prospectus: Issues. Payment of liabilities. Registration and Incorporation of a Company. Uses and abuses of the corporate form.

Conditional Recognition. Modem International Law. Collective Recognition . General Principles of law..G. War and Neutrality of States Modes of Settlement of Disputes : Peaceful means. Evaluation Scheme: Component Codes Weightage (%) P/S/V 10 CT 10 C 5 EE 70 Note : 5 marks for Attendance Text & References: • • • • • • • • Oppenheim. S. Strake. Kapoor. Vol. Bowell. Relationship between International Law and Municipal Law . International Law. International Law. Continental Shelf. Armed Forces. Other sources. Subjects of International Law. Recognition of governments. Coercive means . Juristic Works.O. Aggarwal. . Public Ships . Exemption from Jurisdiction : Diplomatic Immunities and Privileges.PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW Course Objective: The objective of this paper is to provide knowledge to the students regarding the Public International Law to enable them to deal with the transnational legal order. Principles of Jurisdiction. – 1. The legal effects of recognition . Introduction to International Law. Module IV : Conflict Resolution. S. Types of Recognition : Implied Recognition. Withdrawal of Recognition. Law of the Sea : First and Second Law of the Sea Conventions :Third Law of the Sea Convention {UNCLOS III (United Nations Convention on the Law of The Sea) . General Assembly Resolutions . The Law of Internationals Institution. J. War :Laws of War. Verma. and Hingorani. Module II : Sources of International Law Custom. International Law. High Seas : Sea Bed Authority. Deep Sea Bed Mining and International Sea – Bed Area. Course Contents : Module I : Introduction Definition and Basis of International Law. Grieg . De facto and De jure Recognition. State Jurisdiction : Basics of Jurisdiction. State Jurisdiction and Law of the Sea State Recognition : Recognition of states.K.K. R. Exclusive Economic Zone . Treaties.C. An Introduction of Public International Law. H.International Law. Contiguous Zone. Maritime Zones : Territorial Waters. Module III : State Recognition. Humanitarian Laws: Rules of neutrality.

15(5) Abolition of titles – Arts. etc. Art. (3). 15. juristic opinion and vibrant classroom discussions as the subject raises issues . Right to life and personal liberty: Meaning of personal liberty. interrelationship between fundamental rights and directive principles. Women and children Art. Limits of Freedom. meaning. (3). 20. preventive detention and constitutional safeguards: Art. Course Contents: Module I: Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles. 15(1). 19: Are these freedoms absolute? Rights of an accused: Double Jeopardy. . 29 (2). Indian concept of Secularism. 25. against whom the Fundamental rights are available? Definition of ‘State’? Law in Art. Nature and reasons for incorporation. 51-A (K) and its correlation with Art. Is Right to Information inclusive in Freedom of Speech and Expression? Freedom of Assembly. constitutional provisions Arts 14. Protective Discrimination in favour of SC / ST and other backward classes and recent trends eg. Right to education Art. Minority right to educational institutions and judicial attitude. Arts. 136. conflict of interests and dilemmas in a pulsating democracy with changing dynamic priorities in a developing country like India. Self-incrimination and retrospective punishment. Schedule IX and Reservation Policy. 141. 15(3). Scope : Arts.SIXTH SEMESTER CONSTITUTIONAL LAW II Course Objective: The course material seeks to introduce the student to the relevance of inalienable fundamental rights and restrictions in the Constitution of India and the principles that ought to guide policy making in India. Art. 21. conditions of service. judicial policy towards Directive principles from Champakam to Minerva Mills and thereafter. 17. 227. Before Maneka Gandhi. 21-A. Judges: Appointments. Module III: Equality and Protective Discrimination Equality before Law and equal protection of Laws. 21-A. Module V: Judicial Process under the constitution Judicial Review : Nature of Judicial Review. 16. 15(4). prohibited grounds of discrimination: Arts. Freedom of religion. Supreme Courts Original and Advisory Jurisdiction. Indian Constitutional provisions. Religion and State in India. Art. 16 (2). Classification for differential treatment. and Fundamental Duties Idea of Fundamental Rights and their importance. Freedom of Association. Freedom of Movement. Maneka Gandhi and thereafter. Freedom to reside and settle. 29 (2) . 32. Freedom of profession/Business. 325 : Total conspectus. 18. Directive Principles. Module II: Freedom and Personal Liberty Freedom of speech and expression and of press. Public Interest Litigation. Art. 22. State Control and noninterference with religion . Procedure established by Law. The student is expected to appreciate the text and the juristic discourse by reference to landmark case laws. (2). Minority rights : Why? Scope : Meaning and Minority. 15. Module IV: Secularism Concept of Secularism. 26. 226. 13. etc.

. J. Seervai – Constitutional Law of India..M.N. Shukla. Pandey – Constitution of India.M. H. Durga Das Basu – Shorter Constitution. P.Evaluation Scheme: Component Codes Weightage (%) P/S/V 10 CT 10 C 5 EE 70 Note : 5 marks for Attendance Text & References: • • • • • • V.N. Constitution of India M. Jain – Indian Constitutional Law. Bakshi – Constitution of India.P.

Official Machinery . As concerns ‘modernization’ crucial questions arise in the field of copyright protection in computer software and hardware. Procedure for granting a patent .INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS Course Objective: The course is designed to provide comprehensive knowledge to the students regarding Indian position of the Patent Law (1970). Another dimension is a study of the ways in which this regime of laws militates against. Assignment and licensing. Private Rights versus Public Interests . Patent in pharmaceutical industry . Exception to copyright protection. Both from the standpoint of human resources development. modernization and justice it is important that the law students get sufficient insights in Intellectual Property Law. Universal Copyright Convention . Types of . Berne Convention . Powers and functions . The subject matter of property relations is here preeminently based on mental labour. Module III: Copyright History : Concept of copyright. Advantages and Disadvantages of IPR. we here speak of intellectual property as signifying all the three bodies of the law as well as the law on industrial designs. Copy Right Law (1957) and Designs Act of 2000 which invariably form the part of Intellectual Property Law and shall comprise of the following. electronic music and scientific research.Copyright board and office. Transfer of patent rights. primarily. Controller . Collective administration . Moral rights . Rights of patentee . Fair use provision. community property in national cultures.TRIPS with respect to Copyright and Neighbouring rights. Both copyright. Paris convention. design and patent law here relate basically to the law of unfair competition and constitute an aspect of consumer protection and welfare not only in the context of national perspectives but also in view of the waves of globalization already set in. Penalties and remedies .WIPO Copyright Treaty . Non-patentable inventions. internet. . The law relating to intellectual property protects the right to mental labour. Grounds for opposition . Course Contents: Module I : Introduction Intellectual Property : Concept and Philosophy. The law confers rights of proprietary nature on relative intellectual labour primarily on the basis that it is in the interests of society and state to promote creativeness and inventiveness. Rationale for patent protection . It is often the case that while the law of patents and trademarks is referred to as industrial property. Patentability criteria. Neighboring rights . WIPO Phonograms and Performances treaty . Module II : Patent Development of patent law . the law relating to copyright is named intellectual property. intellectual property refers to regimes of legal recognition of. Patent infringement and remedies . Powers and Functions. While both these terms could be suitably invoked. These areas are now internationally conceptualized as representing intellectual property. Extent of rights. Surrender . Infringement . Restoration. Need for. Revocation . Compulsory Licenses . Bio patents and software patents . The importance of this branch of the law is to be sufficiently realized in the Indian legal education. the products of the mind or imagination. Appeals . Compulsory licensing and statutory licensing . Limited monopoly provides incentive for greater inventive and innovative efforts in society. An important aspect of the exploration in this course would be ways in which the laws strike a fair balance between the interests and rights of the intellectual labourers on the one hand and organized industrial enterprises on the other. Unlike other forms of property. Patentable subject matter . trademarks. Nature and definition . Acquisition . Conditions for grant of copyright . or favours. Patent cooperation treaty .

transmission and licensing of Trademarks . Withdrawal of protection . Registrar . Rights conferred . Geographical indications of Goods (Registration and Protection Act. Narayanan (Eastern Law House). Rationale . Cornish (Universal Publication). Kinds of Marks . Definition . Intellectual Property Law W. Infringement. Assignment. Powers and duties of Controller. Functioning . Exclusions . 2001 Objectives . TRIPS on Trademarks . Mittal (Taxman Publication). penalties and Procedure. Criteria of fulfillment . 1999 : History . Registration . Ambit of Protection . Module VI: Plant Varieties Protection Act. Farmers rights . Procedure for registration. Module V : Trademarks Evolution .L. Intellectual Property Rights • . Concurrent registration . compulsory license. Redressal Machinery . Registry . trademarks. Passing off .Module IV: Designs Protection : Historical development . Enforcement . Objective . Passing off .K. Registration Procedure . Indian Patents Law and Procedure B. Meaning of Design . Rationale . Exceptions . Infringement and remedies . Registry . Designs Act of 2000 . Benefit sharing . Intellectual Property Law R. P. Cancellation . 1891 and protocol relating to that agreement 1989.P. Difference between Trade Mark and Geographical Indications . Designs and Geographical Judications. Rationale . Wadera. Community Rights . Domain names . Copyright in Registered Designs . Offences . Registration . Patents. Official machinery . Definition . Conditions for grant of protection . Official Machinery . Appellate tribunal . offences and penalties. Madrid Agreement for The Repression of False or Deceptive Indications of Source on Goods. Evaluation Scheme: Component Codes Weightage (%) P/S/V 10 CT 10 C 5 EE 70 Note : 5 marks for Attendance Text & References • • • • • D. Appeal . copyright. Official machinery for regulation administration and Redressal . Functions . Registration of Designs. Redressal fora . Relative and absolute grounds of refusal. Madrid Agreement for the International Registration of Marks.1891 . Penalties and Remedies . Nagarjan. opposition and its grounds . Infringement . Intellectual Property Law Ganguli (Tata Megraw).

who can make admissions by or on their behalf. not proved.Definitions : Facts. Module IV : Production and Effect of Evidence Burden of proof (Sections 101-114). oral and documentary evidence . Re-examination. Refreshing memory. relevance and consideration of confessions (section 24-30). evidence proved.31) . relevant. Hostile witnesses. Dying declaration (Section 32 and section 33).Estoppels (Section 115).LAW OF EVIDENCE Course Objective: This paper is to orient students with importance of evidence for establishment of claims and the related rules and principles. Evaluation Scheme: Component Codes Weightage (%) P/S/V 10 CT 10 C 5 EE 70 Note : 5 marks for Attendance Text & References • • • • • Ratanlal and Dheerajlal : Law of Evidence Monir Field : Law of Evidence Batuklal : Law of Evidence Avtar Singh : Evidence Law Bare Act : Indian Evidence Act.Relevancy and admissibility . confessions and statements by person who cannot be called as witnesses Definition of admission. Leading questions. 1872 . Judge’s power to put questions or order production. Module II : Admissions. Public documents and presumption as to documents. (Section 17-23.Proof and verification of documents. facts in issue.Definition.Competence of witnesses (Sections 118120). Module III : Documentary Evidence Primary and Secondary Evidence . Course Contents: Module I : Definitions and Relevancy of Facts Evidence and its relationship with the substantive and procedural laws . disproved.Conspiracy.Doctrine of res gestae . . Module : V : Examination of Witnesses (Sections 135-166) and Rejection of evidence (Section 167) Examination – in-chief : Cross Examination. proof of admission against the persons making them and admissions in civil cases.

i.. Sales of Goods Act. Indian Partnership Act Desai. Evaluation Scheme: Component Codes Weightage (%) P/S/V 10 CT 10 C 5 EE 70 Note : 5 marks for Attendance Text & References: • • • • • • Mulla. K.e. 1932 Nature of partnership firm. 1930 Avtar Singh. Registration of firms and effects of non registration. Noting and Protest. Negotiation and assignment. D. Dishonour of negotiable instruments. Module IV : The Indian Partnership Act. Dissolution of Partnership Firm. essential kinds of negotiable instruments. Consequences of dissolution. Indian Partnership Act. Module III: Negotiable Instruments Definition. Sales of Good Act Avtar Singh. Module III: Negotiable Instruments: Presentation and Liability Presentation of Negotiable Instruments. Pollock & Mulls . Negotiable Instruments Act and The Indian Partnership Act. F.BUSINESS LAW Course Objective : The course aims at acquainting the students with the various legal functions involved in a business transactions including The Sale of Goods Act. Modes of Dissolution. Holder and holder in due course. Bangia. Partnership Property.Minor as a partner . The rule of Caveat emptor and changing Concept of Caveat emptor. Relations of partners to one another and outsiders: Rights /Duties of partners inter se.The Indian Partnership Act . T. caveat venditor. Incoming and outgoing partners.K. Sukumaran. Law of Contracts and Partnership sale of good Act R..R. Discharge from Liability .. Liability for holding out . Course Contents : Module I: Sale of Goods Act Definition and essentials of Contracts of Sale of Goods. Crossing of cheques. Transfer of property between seller and buyer. Relations of Partners to third parties . Conditions and warranties. Transfer of Title. Rights of unpaid sales under Sales of Goods Act.

Foreign Exchange Management Act. Prohibitions. Evaluation Scheme: Component Codes Weightage (%) P/S/V 10 CT 10 C 5 EE 70 Note : 5 marks for Attendance Text & References: • • • • • • • Competition Act 2002 Security Contract (Regulation ) Act 1956 SEBI Act 1992 Depositories Act 1996 Foreign Trade (Development & Regulation) Act 1992. Module IV: Foreign Exchange Management Background. UNCTAD Draft Model on Trans – national Corporations. Competition Commission of India. SEBI Act 1992.INVESTMENT & COMPETITION LAW Course Objective : This paper focuses on the investment and competition laws of India inn the contest of new economic order. Course Contents : Module I: Competition Law Background. The Securitisation and Reconstruction of Financial Assets and enforcement of security Interest Act. Module III: Regulatory framework for foreign trade. Foreign collaborations and joint ventures. Module II: Corporate Finance and regulatory framework Security Contract (Regulation) Act 1956. 1999 Taxman’s Student’s Guide to Economic Laws . 2002. Policies. multinational companies Foreign Trade (Development & Regulation) Act 1992. Control and regulation of foreign companies in India. Depositories Act 1996. Authorities.

. 1969. International Law and Human Rights. L. Module V Human Rights Enforcement in India Constitution of India: Fundamental Rights . A.B. Menon (Ed. Racial Minorities. Disabled Persons. Robertson (Ed. 1997. Environment. A. E. Role of Judiciary. Human Right in International Law. Sohn Lavis & Burgenthal. Module II United Nations and Human Rights United Nations Charter. Economic. Bhatia. Human Rights and International Cooperation. UDHR (Universal Declaration of Human Rights).). Human Rights. S. J. 1986. Peace and Security. International Protection of Human Rights. Kazmi.C. The Right to be Humane. Human Rights and Vulnerable Sections: Children. Concept of Human Rights in Ancient India. 1987. Evolution.). International Covenants: Civil and Political Rights. K. Human Rights in International Law. Human Rights in National and International Law. National Institutions: NHRC . 1973. Human Rights and United Nations. Growth.HUMAN RIGHTS LAW Course Objective: The main thrust of this course shall be to acquaint the students on the developments of Human Rights Law and the working of the different Human Rights Institutions. Lauterpacht. Punjab University Law review.NCW. 1969. F. Enforcement Mechanism under Human Rights Treaties: Human Rights Council. Mechanisms under Human Rights Treaties. 1975. etc. 1968. U. Human rights in Ancient India. 1950 . Women. Kalaish. Evaluation Scheme: Component Codes Weightage (%) P/S/V 10 CT 10 C 5 EE 70 Note : 5 marks for Attendance Text & References • • • • • • • • • • • • Rama Jois. Module IV Regional Approaches to Human Rights European Convention on Human Rights. Module III Collective Rights Right to Development. Baxi. Course Contents: Module I : Origin and Development of Human Rights History. 1986. Sawrup. 1985. Social and Cultural Rights.American Convention on Human Rights. 1981 .Africa Charter on Human Rights and People’s Rights.B. Human Rights and Fundamental Freedom. 2000. Khare.Directive Principles. Nagendra Singh.

Module IV: Indian Perspectives in Jurisprudence Classical and Medieval Influences .. Jurisprudence and Legal theory (1996 re-print). Jurisprudence (1994 First Indian re-print). K. Hart. Lucknow M.) Salmond on Jurisprudence (1999) Tripathi. The Concepts of Law (1970) Oxford.N. Fitzgerald. Mahajan.A. Freeman (ed. Delhi Dias. Universal Justice J. Butterworths Justice Markandey Katju. Eastern.SEVENTH SEMESTER JURISPRUDENCE I Course Objective : The course aims at developing an analytical approach to understand the nature of law. Module II: Schools of Jurisprudence – I Natural Law. Universal Justice Rama Jois. Sovereignty and Law. Economic Approach. Distributive Justice in India. Module III: Schools of Jurisprudence – II Sociological Jurisprudence. Bombay W. Lectures in Jurisprudence. Power of the Supreme Court of India to do complete justice in a case: Article 142. ELBS Roscoe Pond. Seeds of Modern Public Law in Ancient Indian Jurisprudence Justice Rama Jois.D. Modern Trends.W. Delhi. Friedmann.A. Law in the Scientific Era. Pure Theory. S. Dimensions of Justice. Sweet & Maxwell Paton G. Jurisprudence – The Philosophy and Method of Law (1996). (1994). Eternal Values in Ancient .L. Historical Jurisprudence. Legal Realism. Verma. (ed. Legal Theory (1999) Universal.. ELBS H. Introduction to the Philosophy of Law (1998 Re-print) Universal.. Evaluation Scheme: Component Codes Weightage (%) P/S/V 10 CT 10 C 5 EE 70 Note : 5 marks for Attendance Text & References: • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Bodenheimer. State. Fundamentals of Jurisprudence Jayakumar N. New Delhi Dhyani S. development of law and working of a legal system in different dimensions with reference to popular legal theorists. Analytical positivism. Course Contents : Module I: Introduction Nature and scope of Jurisprudence. Universal. Rawls. Delhi V. Adithya Books. Jurisprudence (1972) Oxford. N.D. Jurisprudence: Jurisprudence and Indian Legal theory Dhyani S. Theories of Justice : Aristotle.) Lloyd’s Introduction to Jurisprudence.

LABOUR LAW I
Course Objective:
The course aims at imparting to the students an indepth understanding of Labour Laws in India by recourse to relevant judicial pronouncements in this regard.

Course Contents:
Module I: Regulation of Trade Union & Unfair Labour Practices: History of Trade Union Movement in India and need to form Trade Union. , Workers Right to form Union vis-à-vis Indian Constitution; the Membership of Trade Union, Closed shop and Union shop, Registration of Trade Union, Remedies in case of non-registration and cancellation of registration of union, Privileges and Protection of registered Trade Union form certain acts and omissions, Unfair labour practices and victimization. Module II: Collective Bargaining: Concept and importance of collective bargaining, Pre-requisites for collective bargaining, Process of administering collective agreement (Negotiation, Mediation, & Voluntary arbitration & Compulsory Arbitration.) , Duration and enforcement of bipartite Agreement (Secs. 18, 19, Industrial Disputes Act, 1947), Pressurization: Strike, Go-Slow, wok to rule, Gherao and Lockout. Module III: Regulation of Industrial Disputes Define the concept of Industry, Industrial Dispute and workman, Power of Government to refer Industrial Disputes for adjudication: The Adjudicatory Machinery, Award and its binding nature, Judicial review of Awards , The concept of lay-off, retrenchment and procedure and compensation relating to lay-off and retrenchment. Module IV: Standing Orders Concept, Nature and scope of standing orders under Industrial Employment (Standing Order) Act, 1946, Formulation of Standing Orders and its Certification process, Modification: Modification and temporary application of Model Standing Order, Interpretation and Legal status of Standing Orders. Module V: Discipline in Industries Doctrine of hire and fire in the context of social welfare, Fairness in disciplinary process: Meaning of misconduct, Right to know: The Charge Sheet, Right to defend; Domestic enquiry notice, evidence, cross examination, unbiased enquiry officer and reasoned decision, Punishment of misconduct, Prenatal (permission) and Postnatal (Approach) control during pendency of proceeding (Sec. 33 of industries and Disputes Act).

Evaluation Scheme:
Component Codes Weightage (%) P/S/V 10 CT 10 C 5 EE 70

Note : 5 marks for Attendance Text & References
• • • • • • • O.P. Malhotra, Law of Industrial Disputes. Indian Law Institute, Labour Law and Labour Relations. K.D. Srivastava , Commentary of Industrial Employment (S.C.) Act., 1946. S.C. Srivastava, Industrial Relation and Labour Law. Report of National Commission on Labour, 1969. Industrial Disputes Act, 1947. R.B. Sethi & R.N. Dwivedi, Law of Trade Union

CRIMINOLOGY
Course Objective:
The course is intended to introduce students to the broad study of criminology. It is to give a broad overview to the scope of criminology, to the ideas which have influenced the area of the subject and to the practical uses and impact to which these have been, or might be put.

Course Contents : Module I: An introduction to Crime & Criminology:
Definition and Scope, Criminology & other Social -Science; Legal, Social and Psychological aspects of crime, Traditional crimes; Organized Crimes, Socio Economic Crimes, Modern Crimes; Corruption, Cyber Crimes Environmental Crimes Terrorism and insurgency ; Specific theories: Classical School and Neoclassical School; Positive School; Cartographic School; Sociological theories- Social Structural Theories and Social Process Theories; Economic Theories of Crime.

Module II: Juvenile Delinquency
Concept & Causes, Pre delinquency stages: Truancy and Vagrancy , Main features of juvenile Justice Act, (New & Old), Institutional Services like Observation homes, Juvenile Homes, Special Homes & Juvenile Aftercare Services.

Module III : Punishment
History & Theories of Punishment, Capital Punishment, Historical Development from Punishment to Correction and Reformation, Prison System In India; Correctional Programs in jail; Alter care services, Probation & Parole.

Module IV : Impact on Society
Social Disorganization and Social Problems, Victimless Crimes : Alcoholism, Drug Addiction, Beggary, Commercial Sex, Suicide ; Crimes related to Family :Dowry death, Domestic Violence, Child Abuse.

Module V : Victimology
Concept, origin & Development, Need to study victims, U.N. Declaration on the basic principles of justice for victims of crimes and abuse of power, Victim’s rights in India Fair Access to Justice, Restitution, Compensation and assistance to victims, Human Rights Protection.

Evaluation Scheme:
Component Codes Weightage (%) P/S/V 10 CT 10 C 5 EE 70

Note : 5 marks for Attendance Text & References:
• • • Sutherland and Crssey – Criminology Ahmed Siddique – Criminology Mrs. Vedkumari – Juvenile Justice

LAW, POVERTY & DEVELOPMENT
Course Objective :
The objective of this paper is to provide an understanding of basic concepts of poverty and development and their relationship with law.

Course Contents : Module I: Understanding Poverty and Development
Poverty : Meaning and Concept, Relative Dimensions , Measurement and Determinants, Issues related to Poverty in India ; Development : Perspectives, Developmental index.

Module II: Constitutional Guarantees for the Poor
Equality and Protective Discrimination, Right to Basic Needs and Welfare, Abolition of Untouchability and Protection of Civil Rights, Right to Development.

Module III: Criminal Justice System and the Poor
Treatment of the poor by Police, Inability to get Bail, Problems of Poor Under trials, Working of free legal aid schemes. .

Module IV: Impoverishment of Women, Children and Disabled Persons
Deprivations of women under family laws, Problems of women workers in organized and unorganized sectors, Child labour, Approaches to disability and rights of the disabled persons, Right to education and dignity.

Evaluation Scheme:
Component Codes Weightage (%) P/S/V 10 CT 10 C 5 EE 70

Note : 5 marks for Attendance Text & References:
• • • • Law, Poverty and Development – Upendra Baxi State and Poverty in India – Atul Kohli The Poverty Question (Search for Solution) – Yogesh Atal Poverty, Rural Development and Public Policy - Amarendra

Income from Business or Profession. Difference between VAT and Sales Tax. Clubbing of Income. Module II : Basic concepts of Income Tax Income. Income not included in the Total Income. Income from House Property. Criticisms and limitations of Vat system. Distinction between : Tax. . Module IV : Service Tax Taxable Service. Income from Other sources.TAXATION LAW Course Objective : Power to tax has been described as the power to destroy. Fundamental Principles relating to Tax Laws. Module III : Value Added Tax Meaning and importance of VAT. Course Contents : Module I : General Principles of Taxation Laws History and Development of Tax Laws in India . Along with this. Tax avoidance and Tax evasion . Filing of returns and procedure for assessment. a study of the Constitutional framework on taxation becomes important. Tax planning. Taxing power and constitutional limitations. assessment Year. Person. 2003. Meaning and importance of Service Tax. This idea is being floated often whenever the State introduces a new tax. Is this true? Is it not necessary that in order to raise revenue and place the economy on solid foundation. Offences and Penal Sanctions . the taxing power should be conferred on the State? The power to tax shall not go unregulated. Offences and Penalities. 1961 . Residential status. Valuation of Taxable Service. Fee and Cess . Evaluation Scheme: Component Codes Weightage (%) P/S/V 10 CT 10 C 5 EE 70 Note : 5 marks for Attendance. Obviously. Deductions under the Income Tax Act. an analysis of the different laws enacted in exercise of these powers with their safeguards and remedies sheds light on the mechanics of the taxation by the Union and the States. Salaries. Previous Year. Rate of Income Tax. Capital Gains. In this context of a federal structure the distribution of the taxing powers assumes added significance. Income Tax Authorities: Power and Functions . Heads of Income. Assesee and Total Income. West Bengal Value Added Tax Act.

Principles of Law of Sales Tax. (1987) . Eastern Book Company. N. Eastern Book Company. Ramachandran & T. Book Corporation. Sampath (1998) . Sharma. Ramakrishnan (eds. (1999) . Palkivala. . (1973). Bharath Law House. Aiyar’s Indian Tax Laws. K. Narayan (2004) How to Handel Income Tax Problems . Law of Income Tax new Delhi. Power of Taxation under the Constitution. A.A.Text & References : • • • • • • Iyengar. Parameswaran . Chennai: Company Law Institute of India Pvt. Nagpur : Wadha Publication. Ltd.A. Remesh (1998) . Jain. • Singh S.D. Supreme Court on Direct Taxes. New Delhi : Bharath Law House.) (2000).N. V. The Law & Practice of Income Tax .

John.uncitral. Chicago University Press Koul. (1997) Law of International Trading System. Quantitative Restrictions . The MIT Press. C & F Contract. Regional Trade Agreements. The MIT Press. including the WTO and it’s different principles and Agreements.INTERNATIONAL TRADE LAW Course Objective : To acquaint the Students about the basic aspects of International Trade Law. Course Contents : Module I : Contract of Sale Uniform Rules on Contract of Sale.org. A. Dam. Trade Related aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS). General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS).wto. Exceptions to MFN : Tariff Bindings. W. Unit IV : World Trade organization ( WTO) and General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) Basic Principles : MFN. (1970) The GATT Law and International Economic Organisations.K. H. National Treatment and Non-Discrimination. Module III : Settlement of Disputes Arbitration. Satayam Publication. H. Safeguard Measures. Internet Sources :www. Unit VI : Dispute Settlement Mechanism Under WTO Evaluation Scheme: Component Codes Weightage (%) P/S/V 10 CT 10 C 5 EE 70 Note : 5 marks for Attendance. Jackson. Types of Sale Contract . FOB. Module II : Payment for International Sales Letters of Credit. Text of the Indian Arbitration and Conciliation Act. Unit V : WTO and Multilateral Agreements Trade Related Investment Measures (TRIMS). www. • • • . Jackson. Anti-dumping and counter-vailing duties.org. 1996. John.CIF. Escape Clause. (1997) World Trade and Law of GATT. K. Text & References: • • • • Basic Texts of GATT and WTO. Enforcement of Arbitral Awards. (2001) World Trade Organisation. Treatment. Bills of Exchange.

N. Text & References: • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Bodenheimer. Critique of Rights and Duties . Universal Justice J. Rights. Possession . Module III: Concepts of Law-I Personality. Ownership. Dimensions of Justice. N.A. Legislation. ELBS Roscoe Pond. New Delhi Dhyani S.D. Course Contents: Module I: Sources of Law Custom. Property. Delhi. Sovereignty. Law in the Scientific Era. Delhi Dias. Possession. Precedent. Butterworths Justice Markandey Katju. Verma... Mahajan. Jurisprudence and Legal theory (1996 re-print). Hart.D.) Salmond on Jurisprudence (1999) Tripathi.. Fitzgerald. Introduction to the Philosophy of Law (1998 Re-print) Universal. Evaluation Scheme: Component Codes Weightage (%) P/S/V 10 CT 10 C 5 EE 70 Note : 5 marks for Attendance. Theories . Universal. and Liability which are basic to the study of law. Friedmann.L. Unit-IV: Concepts of Law-II Liability and Negligence. Sweet & Maxwell Paton G. ELBS H. The Concepts of Law (1970) Oxford. (ed. Jurisprudence (1994 First Indian re-print). Lucknow M. Types. Eastern. Legal Theory (1999) Universal. Universal . Ownership. Adithya Books. Intellectual Property.Contemporary issues in Rights. Lectures in Jurisprudence. Delhi V. Fundamentals of Jurisprudence Jayakumar N. Freeman (ed.W.A. K.) Lloyd’s Introduction to Jurisprudence. Jurisprudence (1972) Oxford. Immunity.EIGHTH SEMESTER JURISPRUDENCE II Course Objective: The objective of the course is to create an understanding of basic legal concepts like State. S. Jurisprudence: Jurisprudence and Indian Legal theory Dhyani S. Absolute Liability. Bombay W. Equity and Professional Opinion Module II: Concepts of Rights and Duties Rights and Duties. (1994). Jurisprudence – The Philosophy and Method of Law (1996).

Commentaries on factories Act.C. Social Security of Workmen . 1936 Object. Workmen’s Compensation Act. Deductions which may be made from wages. Seeds of Modern Public Law in Ancient Indian Jurisprudence Justice Rama Jois. fair wage. Text Books: • • S. Labour welfare activities . Classification and Importance. Module IV: Factories Act. compensation for learn caused during the course of employment and working conditions of employees. Appeals. living wage and need based minimum wage. Procedure for hearing and deciding claims. Procedure in proceedings before Commissioner. 1948 Concept of Labour Welfare. Annual leave with wages. “manufacturing process” “worker” and “occupier” : General duties of occupier. Evaluation Scheme: Component Codes Weightage (%) P/S/V 10 CT 10 C 5 EE 70 Note : 5 marks for Attendance. Concept and scope of social security : Origin of Social Security in India. Doctrine of notional extension. Employer’s Liability when contract or is engaged.L. . scope and application of the Act. Universal Law Publishing House. Procedure for fixation and revision of minimum wages. partial disablement and total disablement. 1948 & Social Security Concept of “factory”. Kumar. Fixation of minimum rates of wage by time rate or by piece rate. Distribution of Compensation. 1948. Measures to be taken in factories for health. When employer is not liable. Course Contents : Module I: Minimum Wages Act . Employment of young person and children . workman. Constitutional validity of the Minimum wages Act. Delhi H. Time of payment of wage. 1923 Definition of dependant. 1923. Responsibility for payment of wages. Eternal Values in Ancient Law LABOUR LAW II Course Objective : The paper is to focus on wage policies. Srivastava. Additional provisions regulating employment of women in factory. Maximum amount of deduction. 1948. Fixation of wage period. Amount of compensation. Working hours of adults. 1948. Claim and Adjudication of Disputes under Employee’s State Insurance Act. Concept of minimum wage. safety and welfare of workers. Definition of wage. Employer’s liability for compensation : Scope of arising out of and in the course of employment. Module III: Workmen’s Compensation Act. Module II: Payment of Wages Act.• • Justice Rama Jois.

extent of Judicial Intervention. It focuses on an analytical study of arbitration law and practice in India and the relevant institutions monitoring the same. Arbitration and Conciliation Act. 1996.ARBITRATION & ALTERNATE DISPUTE RESOLUTION Course Objective: The course material imparts to the students an understanding of the concept of alternate methods of resolving disputes in addition to the traditional court oriented processes. Finality and enforcement of Arbitral Award. Interim measures by court. Statutory Material Arbitration and Conciliation Act. Good offices. limitation. termination of proceedings. Lok Adalats-nature. Module II: Composition of Arbitral Tribunal Composition. UNCITRAL. Mediation. The paper also focuses on other alternate dispute resolving mechanisms through State mediatory services under the supervision of the courts . waiver of right to object. power to refer parties to arbitration where there is an arbitration agreement. Provisions in case of insolvency. scope. additional award. . Jurisdiction. Deposits. Module IV: Techniques of ADR Negotiation / Consultation. Module III: Recourse against Arbitral Award Application for setting aside Arbitral Award. Conduct of Arbitral Proceedings: Settlement. Limitations. Enforcement of certain Foreign Awards. Course Contents: Module I: Introduction Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR): Concept and Need and International and National initiatives in India. Lien on Arbitral Award and Deposits as to costs. KSID. IIC. receipt of written communications. Scope and Methods. Legal Services Authority Act. Arbitration agreement not to be discharged by death of party thereof. UNCITRAL Evaluation Scheme: Component Codes Weightage (%) P/S/V 10 CT 10 C 5 EE 70 Note : 5 marks for Attendance. Definitions.Arbitration agreement. 1996 General Provisions. Conciliation: Nature. correction and interpretation of awards. Legal Services: Meaning and scope in Legal Aid and Advice. Administration Assistance . procedure and functioning. form and contents of arbitral award. Jurisdiction. 1987. Miscellaneous. appealable orders.

Text & References • • • • • Rao. Law relating to Arbitration and conciliation. Pvt. G. Alternative Dispute Resolution Sujan.C.K. Eastern Book Saharay H. & Sheffield William.. 1996. (1997) Rao P.. Law of Arbitration (197) (Revised Print) • . Ltd. The New Law of Arbitration and conciliation Chaudhary..A.C. Law of Arbitration Conciliation. Roy.K.. Universal Law Book Co.K.. Kawatra.. M. S. 4th Ed. Arbitration and Conciliation Act. P.

Course Contents: Module I: Environmental Law: International and National Perspective Introduction: Environment and Environment Pollution : Problem and prospects . Module III: Protection of Forests and Wild Life Indian Forest Act. 1972: Authorities to be appointed and constituted under the Act. Sample of effluents – Procedure. Powers and functions . The Forest (Conservation) Act. Evaluation Scheme: Component Codes Weightage (%) P/S/V 10 CT 10 C 5 EE 70 Note : 5 marks for Attendance. Powers and Functions. Principle of no fault liability : Absolute Liability.Co relation between : Directive Principles of State Policies and Fundamental Degrees. 1991 . Restraint order. Grant/Refusal. Trade or Commerce in wild animals. Environment Protection through Public Interest Litigation . Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act. Withdrawal. Module II: Prevention and Control of Water and Air Pollution The Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act.ENVIRONMENTAL LAW Course Objective: This paper provides the study of environmental laws covering legislations related to it and protection of forest and wild life. 1974:Water Pollution : Definition. 1980. Polluter Pays Principle.constitutional Perspective :Right to Evolution and Application . Agenda 21.The National Appellate Environmental Authority Act. 1981: Air Pollution : Definition.Protection of Specified Plants. Protected Area. Central and State Pollution Control Boards : Constitution. The Wild Life (Protection) Act. . Grant/Refusal. 1986 .The National Environment Tribunal Act. Module IV: Special Environmental Legislations Environmental (Protection) Act.Public Liability Insurance Act. Its prohibition. Water Pollution Control Areas . Public Trust Doctrine. Hunting of Wild Animals . Protected and Village Forests. Citizen Suit Provision. Restraint order. 1927: Kinds of forest : Private. Air Pollution Control Areas . Withdrawal. Central and State Pollution Control Boards : Constitution. animal articles and trophies.Sample of effluents : Procedure.Remedies under various other laws. Consent Requirement : Procedure. Consent requirement : Procedure. 1995 . Inter generational equity. Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles of State Policy. Reserved. International Norms :Sustainable Development :Precautionary Principle. 1997 .

1974 The Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act. Armin Rosencranz Environmental Law in India – P. Leelakrishnan PIL and Environmental Protection-Geetanjali Chandra The Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act. 1981 The Indian Forest Act.Text & References • • • • • • Environmental Law & Policy in India – Shyam Diwan. 1927 .

mischief rule and golden rules. Interpretation of Statutes Sarup.INTERPRETATION OF STATUTES Course Objective: Judicial interpretation involves construction of words. rule. courts used to develop certain rules. In their attempt to make the old and existing statutes contextually relevant. Interpretation Statues. doctrines and principles of interpretation. UI Res Magis Valent Quam Pereat. phrases and expressions. the necessary skills to interpret the statutes with judicial mind set. Bindra. . Sarathi. Principles to be applied in interpreting the Constitution. Mens rea in statutory offences. Interpretation of Statutes. Noscitur – A Socius. Rules of interpretation : Liberal. repeal and revival of a statute . Singh. G. Module II: Principles of interpretation : Ejusdem of Generis . Principles of Statutory Interpretation. Course Contents: Module I: Rules of Interpretation Commencement. Harmonious construction.P.P. Reddendo Singula Singlis. Text & References • • • • • Maxwell. . Evaluation Scheme: Component Codes Weightage (%) P/S/V 10 CT 10 C 5 EE 70 Note : 5 marks for Attendance. The course material seeks to impart to the students. Module III: Internal Aids to Interpretation Module IV: External Aids to Interpretation Module V Construction of Penal Statutes. . V. The Interpretation of Statutes. Strict construction of taxing statues and its limitations. Expressio Unius Est exclusion Alterius . Contemporanea Espositio Est Optima Et Protissima Lege.

CYBER LAWS Course Objective: With the advent of information technology law and Right to Information Law. A student of law should also be given the understanding of copy right issues. Spamming. Legal recognition of electronic records and procedure. WTO & WIPO regarding commerce. Evaluation Scheme: Component Codes Weightage (%) P/S/V 10 CT 10 C 5 EE 70 Note : 5 marks for Attendance. TRIPS agreement . legal implications of new varieties of offences and penalties under the Information Technology Act. Impact of Telecommunication and broadcasting law on internet regulation. Issues. work in UNCITRAL. Evidence & security. Module III : Electronic Commerce Introduction to electronic commerce. the course also aims at developing insights into the Right to Information Act. Implications on intellectual property Rights : International & National legal preparedness. Historical background. Online contracts. TRIPS agreements. Appointment functions and Powers of Controller. Cyber. 2005 and its grey areas. are understanding the legal recognition and procedure. privacy issues and access rights. Course Contents: Module I : Introduction Need and role of Law in cyber world. Appellate Tribunal. Module II : Intellectual Property Rights in Cyberspace Concept of property in Cyberspace. Cyber Crimes . Objectives of this course. new strides and strategies in legal justice education have come up. 2000. Besides. Objectives. Module IV : Information Technology Act Information Technology Act. Authority and scope of governments to regulate Internet. Related issues under International law Jurisdiction. there seems to be an impending need to generate e-Legal Justice Education that exposes the students to have deep insights into the complexities of information technology and right to information. Scope of protection of computer program. WIPO copyright convention. Legal recognition of digital Signatures. Certifying authority and its role. . Competition Law Establishing and maintaining brand identity. legal recognition of cyber authorities and Cyber appellate tribunal. Disclaimer. application of patents to computer technology. therefore. Licensing and regulatory requirements. etc. E – banking Electronic funds transfer. There is a need that Law students must also be acquainted with these new developments if a law student has to find a comfortable berth in the competitive legal market as a Law Professional as well as legal manager. Applications of patents to computer technology. issues of enforcement. 2000. Controller of certifying authority. Free speech and expression on Internet. Application of copyright Act 1957. . Therefore. Digital signatures. Nature of Intellectual property rights and copyrights issues. Berne convention. Taxation issues. Offences and penalties under Act .

Dominant Publication : Cyber Law B. Kumar. trademarks .Text & References • • • • Nandan Kamath .K.L. Wadhera : Patent. Universal Law Publishing Company and E –commerce : Law relating to computers Internet . copyrights Ganguly ( LMH) : Intellectual Property Rights . K.

Evaluation Scheme: Component Codes Weightage (%) P/S/V 10 CT 10 C 5 EE 70 Note : 5 marks for Attendance.NINTH SEMESTER DRAFTING.N. Mandamus. Affidavit . Appeal (First ) . Suit for malicious prosecution . Plaint structure. Lease deed/ Rent deed . Application for Bail ( Section 436. Text books and References: • • • • Conveyancing – N. Suit for specific performance of the contract . General power of attorney . Execution Petition . Chaturvedi Mogha’s Law of Pleading Conveyancing – D’Souza . PLEADING AND CONVEYANCING Course Objective: The course aims at acquainting the students about the various fundamentals of drafting to develop the skills of pleading and convenyancing. Amendment of Pleadings. Maintenance suit by wife . Module III : General Principles of Criminal Pleadings Complaint . Application under Order 6 Rule 17 of Code of Civil Procedure ( Amendment of Pleadings ) . Written statement. Writ petitions : Habeas Corpus . Adoption deed . Accused’s reply . Promissory note . Module II: General Principles of Civil Pleadings Suit for Part-performance of the contract . Mortgage –deed. Quo warranto . Course Contents : Module I : Fundamentals Rules of Pleadings Meaning: Pleading and Conveyancing. Object of verification. Suit of damages . Partnership deed . Affidavit and Conveyancing. Suit under Section 13 of Negotiable Instruments Act . Module IV : Conveyancing Notice and Reply to notice . Application for Temporary Injunction Order 39 Rule 2 of Code of Civil Procedure. Verification of pleading. Application for Anticipatory Bail (Section 438 of Code of Criminal Procedure Code) . 437 of Code of Criminal Procedure ) . Gift deed . Will . Interpleader suit . Suit for restitution of conjugal rights . Revision . Suit for recovery of money given on Interest (Money suit) . Bindra Conveyancing – A. Sale deed . Special power of Attorney. Application under Section 13 Hindu Marriage Act (Divorce) . Certiorari.S. Suit for recovery of rent or eviction of tenant . Criminal Appeal (Appeal against conviction ).

under – cutting. Module II : The Advocate’s Act. Indian Advocates Act. etc. 1971. Procedures in contempt cases. High Court Rules and the Supreme Court. Vakils. Module III : Legal Profession Nature of Legal Profession. With this background cue. Jain. The Contempt of Courts Act. Course Contents: Module I : Historical Introduction Historical introduction to legal profession in India : Barristers. Bar against soliciting work and advertisement. Qualifications and Disqualifications for enrolment and procedure thereof. Terms of Office. 1961 . Rules to regulate contempt proceedings.PROFESSIONAL ETHICS Course Objective: The Course has been designed to acquaint the student of Law about the Professional Ethics and Professional etiquettes that are essentially significant for an advocate to observe while at the Bar. Evaluation Scheme: Component Codes Weightage (%) P/S/V 10 CT 10 C 5 EE 70 Note : 5 marks for Attendance. What is Contempt? Civil and criminal contempt. various sub-committees including Disciplinary Committee and the qualification for their membership . 29 to 34. Bar Council of India. 1971 Contempt of Courts Act. Krishna Murthy Iyer’s Book on Advocacy. The All India Bar Committee. M. Punishment of advocates for misconduct. Self representation by litigants. 1951 and the passing of Indian Advocates Act. confidentiality between an Advocate to compromise. accountability to the client. Common role of Advocates. Need for an Ethical Code of Rights: privileges and duties of Advocates. Preparation of a case and fees of an Advocate. Principles for determining misconduct. 1971. Indian Legal History (Chap. Rights to Practice: Monopoly of representation. punishment for contempt.P. the conducive and cordial BarBench relations can send a good message concerning the richness of the Legal profession. 1961 The Advocate Act. Constitution and function of State Bar Councils. Text & References: • • • • • Sanjeev Rao. Power to make rules Sections 3 to 15 : Chapter –II. Journal of Bar Council of India. 1961 . Module IV : Contempt of Courts Act. The Advocates Act 1961: Definitions Section 2. refusal of briefs. Chapter IV : Sections. Chapter – V : Sections 35 to 44. 1971. the course aims at developing insights of the students about the professional parameters. Besides. Study of code of Ethics prepared by the Bar Council of India. On Legal Profession). Disciplinary Committees of State Bar Council and the Bar Council of India. High Court Pleaders. Appeals to the Supreme Court. Advocates. Accountability and transparency are imperative to the profession. Bar against touting. Admission and enrolment of Advocate : Senior and other Advocates. Exclusion of advocates from certain cases. Professional and other misconduct. Chapter – III Section 16 to 28. .

The Delimitation Act.R. Practice and Procedure – V.P.C. Sunny How India Votes – Election Laws.P. 2002. Course Contents: Module I: Introduction Election: Meaning and Process. Mendiretta V. . Rama Devi & S. Voters Right to Information. Preparation and Revision of Electoral Rolls. Anti Defection Law (Tenth Schedule to the Constitution of India). Text Books & References: • • • • • Manual of Election Law in India – Dev Inder Chawla’s Elections Law & Practice . • Statutory Reading : • • • • • • .Singh. Functions. Electoral Offences Evaluation Scheme: Component Codes Weightage (%) P/S/V 10 CT 10 C 5 EE 70 Note : 5 marks for Attendance. Election disputes. Shukla’s The Constitution of India – M. Module IV: Corrupt Practices in the Election Law . The Representation of the People Act.C. Choudhry Corrupt Practices in Election Law – K.K.S. Powers. 1952 The Election Commission (Condition of service of Election Commissioners and Transaction of Business) Act. The Presidential and Vice-Presidential Elections Act. Relevant Provisions of the Constitution of India The Representation of the People Act.N. 1951.N.ELECTION LAW Course Objective : The objective of this paper is to acquaint the students with the lection laws governing the elections of the Houses of the Parliament and the State Legislatures as well as to the offices of President and Vice President. Delimitation of Constituencies. 1950. Module III : Qualifications and Disqualifications of Candidates Constitutional and Statutory Provisions: Disqualifications of sitting members. Jain & Kiran Jain Election Laws and Practice in India. Laws governing elections. Module II: Election Commission Composition. Constitutional Mandate. Nomination and Candidature. 1991. Election to the Offices of the President and Vice President.

PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW Course Objective : The course equips the student to deal with dispute involving a foreign element in personal. Course Contents : Module I: Introduction Application and subject matter of Private International Law. Domicile. Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgments. Theories of foreign tort. Paras Diwan : Private International Law • • Cheshire : Private International Law Morris : Private International Law . Failure. civil and commercial matters i. Finality. Theory of Proper Law of Contract. Module III: Civil and Commercial matters Tort. Distinction with Public International Law. Direct execution of foreign judgments. Jurisdiction under Indian and English law.e. Property. Ascertaining the applicable law. increasing in frequency as a result of a globalized economic and social environment. Concept of Renvoi. Module IV : Indian Law relating to foreign judgment Basis of recognition. decrees. Choice of law and jurisdiction of courts in matrimonial causes: dissolution of marriage. Module II: Family Law and Adoptions Material and formal validity of marriage under Indian and English law. grounds of divorce. Text & References: • Dr. Evaluation Scheme: Component Codes Weightage (%) P/S/V 10 CT 10 C 5 EE 70 Note : 5 marks for Attendance. Adoption by foreign parents. Characterization and theories of characterization. restitution of conjugal rights. recognition of foreign judgment. Jurisdiction of courts. Recognition of foreign adoptions. Contract. Application of foreign law.

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Advisory Opinion. “India’s Attitude towards IHL”. 1949 Geneva Convention I. Growth. The AALCC Principles 1966. The Law of War. Roberts and R. Mass Refugee Influx and the Limits of Public International Law (The Hague : Nijhoff.) International Humanitarian Law in South Asia (Genava: ICRC.1949. 1977. . 2000) A. 2000) A.K. ICJ Reports (1996) M. Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees. in Mani (ed. The OAU Convention 1969. 1933. 1951. Convention on Status of Refugees. 2002). Text books & References: • • • • • • • Ingrid Detter. eds. International Criminal Court (ICC). Module V : Implementation and Monitoring of the Rights of Refugees Status of the UNHCR 1950. .) – International Humanitarian Law ICRC (1997) Ravindra Pratap. Module III : Enforcement Machinery War Crimes. Serious breaches of International Humanitarian Law. Geneva Convention II. (Cambridge. Module IV : Refugees under International Law Who is a refugee?. Balachandran and Rose Verghese (eds. Cartegena Declaration 1984. Vibeke Eggli. Guelff. Course Contents: Module I : Historical Development of International Humanitarian Law History and evolution. Module II : Geneva Conventions.INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN AND REFUGEE LAW Course Objective: The objective of this paper is to make students aware of the principles of International Humanitarian and Refugee Laws. 2003) Guy S. Documents on the Laws of War (Oxford. The 1967 Protocol . Additional Protocol II to Geneva Conventions II 1977. Evaluation Scheme: Component Codes Weightage (%) P/S/V 10 CT 10 C 5 EE 70 Note : 5 marks for Attendance. Additional Protocol I to Geneva Conventions. Goodwin – The Refugee in International Law (Oxford. 2000) Legality of the Threat or Use of nuclear weapons. Character of International Humanitarian Law. Module VI : Treatment of Refugees under Indian Laws Draft SAARC Convention. Geneva Convention III and Geneva Convention IV.

TENTH SEMESTER INTERNSHIP (INCLUDING VIVA AND DIARY) Course Objective : It intense tom provide the student with a hands on experience in order to fully prepare him with skills . Course Contents : Internship Specified period to be spent by the student with a law firm/court/Commissions/NGO’s and like institutions working with the realm of law or connected therewith. Evaluation Scheme: Component Codes Weightage (%) V 25 C 70 Note : ‘C’ stands for presentation of diary . etiquettes and essential exposure for the real job environment after completion of the course. The report and diary to be certified and submitted for evaluation. 5 marks for Attendance. .

Verma & M. Afzal Vani. Non-doctrinal Empirical methods of executing research project. Course Contents : Research Methodology: Doctrinal.K. .RESEARCH PAPER (INCLUDING VIVA) Course Objective: The course material equips the student with skills in the methodology essential to execute a research assignment on topics related to law. Edited by Dr. S. Text and References: • Legal research & Methodology: Indian Law Institute. Evaluation Scheme: Component Codes Weightage (%) V 25 TP 70 Note : ‘TP’ stands for project report prepared 5 marks for Attendance.

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