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FACULTY OF LAWS

SYLLABUS


FOR

LL.B. (5 YEARS) SEMESTER SYSTEM
(SEMESTER: I-X)
(Pass Course)


Examination: 2010-11





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LL.B (FIVE YEARS COURSE) SEMESTER SYSTEM

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SCHEME OF STUDIES

I Semester:
1 English-I
2 Punjabi-1 / PHC (Punjab History & Culture-I)
3 Political Science-1 (Political Thought)
4 History-1 (General History)
5 Economics-1 (General and Legal Economics)

II Semester:
1 English-II
2 Punjabi-II/PHC (Punjab History & Culture-II)
3 Political Science-II (Political Theory)
4 History-II (Organizational History)
5 Economics-II (Indian Economic Development)

III Semester:
1. English-III
2. History of Courts
3. Sociology: General Principles
4. Torts and Consumer Protection Law
5. Major World Governments
6. Environmental Studies

IV Semester:
1. English-IV
2. History of Legislature & Legal Profession
3. Sociology: Society in India
4. Legal Language Including General English
5. International Relations and Organisation

V Semester:
1. Constitutional Law of India-I
2. Labour laws
3. Human Rights & International Law
4. Law of Contract and Specific Relief Act
5. Law of Crimes-I

VI Semester:
1. Constitutional Law-II
2. Law of Crimes-II
3. Jurisprudence
4. Specific Contracts
5. Law Relating to Local Self Government



Note: In the Semester III Paper 6 (Environmental Studies) is not to be included in
the total marks.


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VII Semester:
1. Family Law-I
2. Service Law
3. Land Laws
4. Arbitration, Conciliation and Alternative Dispute Resolution System
5. Administrative Law

VIII Semester:
1. Family Law-II
2. Law of Property & Easements
3. Company Law
4. Environmental Law (Including Laws for the Protection of Wild Life and
other Living Creatures)
5. Any one of the following options:
(i) Law of Insurance
(ii) Law of Intellectual Property
(iii) Labour Law-II
(iv) Law and Medicine
(v) Private International Law
(vi) Rent Law

IX Semester:
1. Public Interest Litigation-Legal Aid and Para Legal Services
2. Civil Procedure Code and Limitation Act.
3. Criminal Procedure Code
4. Interpretation of Statutes
5. Any one of the following options:
(i) Socio-Economic Offences
(ii) Taxation Law-I
(iii) Cyber Laws
(iv) Law of Religious Endowments
X Semester:
1. Law of Evidence
2. Professional Ethics, Accountancy for Lawyers and Bar Bench Relation
3. Drafting Pleading and Conveyancing
4. Moot Court, Pre-Trial Preparation and Participation in Trial Proceedings
5. Any one of the following options:
(i) Women and Law
(ii) Law of Human Rights
(iii) Taxation Law-II
(iv) Election Law
(v) Criminology and Penology
(vi) Disability Law and the Human Rights



LL.B (FIVE YEARS COURSE) SEMESTER-I

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Paper-I English-I
Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 100
Theory: 80
Internal Assessment: 20

The syllabus consists of four units & the paper setter is required to set the paper as
under:
Section A: It will consist of 10 compulsory questions of 1.5 marks each. Answer to each
question is to be of five lines. The paper setter is required to set not less than two and not
more than three question from each unit. 15 Marks

Section B: It will consist of 12 compulsory questions of 5 marks each. Answer to each
question is to be in two pages. Three questions are to be set from each unit and candidates
are required to attempt any two questions from each unit. 40 Marks

Section C: It will consist of 4 questions of 12.5 marks. Answer to each question is to be
in 5 pages. One question is to be set from each unit and candidates are required to attempt
any two questions out of four. 25 Marks

Unit I
A choice of Short Stories ed. by Batra & Sidhu; Stories 1 to 7.
Unit-II
A choice of Short Stories ed. by Batra & Sidhu; Stories 8 to 15.
Unit-III
Grammar & Composition
(a) Paragraph Writing
(b) Grammar
(i) Words often confused
(ii) Tense and Concord
(iii) Basic transformations
(a) Passives
(b) Negatives
(c) Questions
(iv) Punctuation
Unit-IV
Meaning and usages of the following legal terms:
Plaint, Written Statement, Plaintiff, Defendant, Petition, Petitioner, Appeal, magistrate,
Judge, Court, Tribunal, Divorce, Judicial Separation, Legitimate, illegitimate, Adoption,
Maintenance, Alimony, Valid, Void, Voidable, Pleading , Litigation, Public, Private,
Monogamy, Bigamy, Polygamy Tort, Crime, Agreement, Contract, Fraud, Misstatement,
Minor, Guardian, Indemnity, Guarantee, Bailment, Pledge, Agency, Libel, slender
Defamation, Homicide, Genocide, Suicide, Executive, Legislature, Judiciary,
Constitution.



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Paper II: Punjab History & Culture
(Special Paper in lieu of Punjabi Compulsory)
Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 100
Theory: 80
Internal Assessment: 20


Each question paper may consist of three sections as follows:

Section A: It will consist of 10 compulsory questions with answer to each question in
five lines. Each question will carry 1
1
/
2

marks. 15 marks.

Section B: It will consist of short answer questions with answers to each question up to
2 Pages. Twelve questions will be set by the examiner and candidates are
required to attempt any eight. Each question will carry 5 marks.
40 marks.

Section C: It will consist of four essay type questions with answers to each questions up
to five pages, each will carry 12
1
/
2
marks. Candidates will attempt any two
questions. 25 marks.

1. Bhakti Movement.
2. Life and Teachings of Guru Nanak Dev ji.
3. Contribution of Guru Angad Dev ji, Guru Amar Das ji aned Guru Ram Dass ji.
4. Contribution of Guru Arjan Dev ji and his martyrdom.
5. Martydom of Guru Teg Bahadur ji.
6. Guru Gobind Singh, foundation of Khalsa and significance of khalsa
7. Banda Bahadur and his conquests.
8. Execution of Banda Bahadur.
9. Disintegration of Mughal rule.
10. Important places of Sikhism.



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Paper-III Political Science-I
(Political Thought)
Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 100
Theory: 80
Internal Assessment: 20

The syllabus consists of four units & the paper setter is required to set the paper as
under:

Section A: It will consist of 10 compulsory questions of 1.5 marks each. Answer to each
question is to be of five lines. The paper setter is required to set not less than two and not
more than three question from each unit. 15 Marks

Section B: It will consist of 12 compulsory questions of 5 marks each. Answer to each
question is to be in two pages. Three questions are to be set from each unit and candidates
are required to attempt any two questions from each unit. 40 Marks

Section C: It will consist of 4 question s of 12.5 marks. Answer to each question is to be
in 5 pages. One question is to be set from each unit and candidates are required to attempt
any two questions out of four. 25 Marks

Unit I Definition: Nature and Scope of Political Science and its Relations with
other Social Sciences.
Relevance of Political Science to the Study of Law
Approches and Methods to the Study of Political Science.
Behavioural Approach and Post Behaviour. Comparative Method and
Experimental Method.
Unit-II Concept of State.
Distinction between 'State' Association, Government, Nation and Soceity.
Unit-III Political Thoughts.
Plato, Aristotel, Bodin and Machiavell.
Unit-IV Political Thoughts
Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau, Bentham and J.S. Mill.

Suggested Readings:

Raymand Ganfield Gette Political Science (Calcutta: World Press 1950).
J.W. Garner Political Science and Government (Calcutta: World Press
1950).
A.C. Kapur Principles of Political Science, (New Delhi: S. Chand 1983)
William Embestein Great Political Thinkers: Plato to Present
(New Delhi Oxford and IBH) 1960.
George H. Sabine A History of Political Theory (New Delhi: Oxford & IBH)
1973.


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Paper-IV History-I
Time: 3 Hours (General History) Max. Marks: 100
Theory: 80
Internal Assessment: 20

The syllabus consists of four units & the paper setter is required to set the paper as
under:
Section A: It will consist of 10 compulsory questions of 1.5 marks each. Answer to each
question is to be of five lines. The paper setter is required to set not less than two and not
more than three question from each unit. 15 Marks
Section B: It will consist of 12 compulsory questions of 5 marks each. Answer to each
question is to be in two pages. Three questions are to be set from each unit and candidates
are required to attempt any two questions from each unit. 40 Marks
Section C: It will consist of 4 question s of 12.5 marks. Answer to each question is to be
in 5 pages. One question is to be set from each unit and candidates are required to attempt
any two questions out of four. 25 Marks

Unit I Society and Legal System in Ancient India
Family and Condition of Women in Vedic Period
Varuna and the Caste system
Emergence of Kingship and Republics, Local and Village
Administration, Source (Basis) of Law, Administration of Justice
Polity and Administration of Mauryas and Guptas.
Unit-II Mughal Government and Administration
Position of King
Administration at the Central Provincial and Local Levels
Administration of Justice
Land Revenue System-Mansabdari, Jagirdari
Disintegration of Mughal Emperor and Problem of Succession
Unit-III Foundation and Expansion of British Rule
Growth of East India Company
Administration and Social Reforms of Cornwalis, Bentick and Dalhousie
Treaty of Bassien and end of Maratha Confederacy
Dalhousie' Doctrine of Lapse
Unit-IV First War of Independence 1857-Causes, Major Events, Failure, Result
Changes in Administration and Recruitment Policy.
Queen Victoria's Declaration of 1858
Impact of European Culture on Civil Services, Army, Police, Judicial
Administration and Education.


Suggested Readings:
B.S. Sharma: Ancient India.
A.L. Basham: The Wonder that was India.
Satish Chandra: Medieval India
Bipin Chandra: Modern India (NCERT)
Tara Chand: History of the Freedom Movement in India.
National Book Trust Freedom Struggle
Anil Chandra Bannerjee: The New History of Modern India. (KP Bagchi & Co. New
Delhi.)


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Paper-V -Economics-1 (General and Legal Economics)
Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 100
Theory: 80
Internal Assessment: 20
The Syllabus consists of four units & the Paper setter is required to set the paper as
under:
Section A: It will consist of 10 compulsory questions of 1 mark each. Answer to each
question is to be of five lines. The paper setter is required to set not less than
two & not more than three questions from each unit. 15 Marks

Section B: It will consist of 12 questions of five marks each. Answer each question is to
be in 2 pages. Three questions are to be set from each unit & the candidates
are required to attempt two questions from each unit. 40 Marks

Section C: It will consist of four questions of 12 marks. Answer to each question is to
be in 5 pages. One question is to be set from each unit and the candidates are
required to attempt any two questions out of four. 25 Marks
Unit-I
- Nature and Scope of Economics.
- Economics as a Science and its Relevance to law
- Economics as a Basis of Social Welfare and Social Justice.
- Free Enterprise, Planned Economy and Mixed Economy.
Unit-II
- General Principles of Economics: Demand and Supply
- Consumer Demand Theory-Utility Analysis, Market.
- Determination under Perfect competition, Monopoly and Monopolistic
competition
Unit-III
- Macro Economics Classical Theory of Employment
- Effective Demand.
- Say's Law of Market, General Theory of Employment.
- Savings, Investment
Equality between Savings and Investment
- Rate of Interest.
Classical, Keynes and Modern Theory of Interest
Unit-IV
- Theory of Economic Development
1. Balanced Growth.
2. Unbalanced Growth.
3. Critical Minimum Effect
4. Big Push Theory.
5. Capital Formations.
- Problems of Development.
- Banking System and Money Market.

Books Recommended:
1. K.C. Gopalakrishnan and Ramdas, Economics for Law students, Eastern Book
Co., Lucknow, 1996.
2. P.N. Chopra, Prinicples of Economics, Kalyani Publishers Ludhiana, 1996.
3. K.C. Ranna and K.N. Verma, Macro Economics, S. Nagin & Co. Jalandhar, 1996.
4. Ruder Datt & Sundharam, Indian Economy (S. Chand 1997)
5. M.L. Taneja and Myer, Economics of Development and Planning (1996)
6. K.K. Dewett & Verma, Elementary Economic Theory (S. Chand, 1996)



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Paper-I English-II
Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 100
Theory: 80
Internal Assessment: 20

The syllabus consists of four units & the paper setter is required to set the paper as
under:

Section A: It will consist of 10 compulsory questions of 1.5 marks each. Answer to each
question is to be of five lines. The paper setter is required to set not less than two and not
more than three question from each unit. 15 Marks

Section B: It will consist of 12 compulsory questions of 5 marks each. Answer to each
question is to be in two pages. Three questions are to be set from each unit and candidates
are required to attempt any two questions from each unit. 40 Marks

Section C: It will consist of 4 questions of 12.5 marks. Answer to each question is to be
in 5 pages. One question is to be set from each unit and candidates are required to attempt
any two questions out of four. 25 Marks

Unit I
Fiction: The Financial Expert by R. K. Narayan
Part-I & II + Common Errors (Grammar)
Unit-II
Fiction: The Financial Expert by R. K. Narayan
Part-III, IV & V
Unit-III
Grammar & Composition
(c) (i) Paragraph Writing Expository
(ii) Composition Report Writing, Outlining

(d) Grammar- sentence Structure (combining simple sentences to make complex
and compound sentences)

Unit-IV
Meaning and usages of the following legal terms:
First Information Report, Bail, Custom, Precedent, Legislation Per se, Locus Standi,
Prima Facie, Alibi, in rem, in perosnam, Bonafide, Malafide, Suo Moto Inter se,
Prospective, retrospective, Summons, Warrant, Cognizance, investigation, Inquiry,
Proceeding, Public, private, Nuisance, Negligence, Judgement, Decree, Order,
Ultravires, Delegated Legislation, Adultery, Cruelty, Extra-Judicial, Bailable, Non-
Bailable, Will, Gift, Deed, Mortgage, Lease, Ostensible, Apparent, Notice, Evidence,
Subrogation, Estoppel, perpetuity.



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Come into force, Come into operation, Compensation, Competent Authority,
Compulsory Retirement, Crime, Conviction, Damages, Document, Documentary,
Proof, Discretionary, Defendant, Defaulter, embezzlement, Evaluation, exercise
of Power, ex-officio, Implement, Law, Misappropriation, Misconduct,
Misrepresentation, Misstatement, onus of Proof, Offence, Pending decision,
Probation, Procedure, plaintiff, Petitioner, Respondent, time bound, with effect
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LL.B IInd Semester
Paper II: Punjab History & Culture
Special Paper in lieu of Punjabi Compulsory

Time: 3 Hours Maximum Marks: 100
Theory: 80
Internal Assessment: 20


Each question paper may consist of three sections as follows:-


Sec A:- It will consist of 10 compulsory questions with answer to each question in five
lines. Each question will carry 1
1
/
2
marks. 15 marks.

Sec B:- It will consist of short answer questions with answer to each question up to 2
pages. Twelve questions will be set by the examiner and eight being attempted by the
candidates. Each question will carry 5 marks. 40 marks.

Sec C:- It will consist of four essay type questions with answer to each question up to
five pages. Each question will carry 12
1
/
2
marks. Candidates will attempt any two
questions.
25 marks.

1. Foundation and significance of Khalsa.
2. Sikh struggle for sovereignty.
3. Sikh Misls.
4. Rise of Maharaja Ranjit Singh.
5. Expansion and consolidation under Maharaja Ranjit Singh.
6. Anglo-Sikh Wars and decline of Sikh power.
7. Punjab under the British.
8. Socio-Religious Movements.
9. Role of Punjab in the freedom struggle.
10. Social life of Punjab with reference to women fairs, festivals, folk music and legends.


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LL.B (FYIC) Semester-II
Paper-III Political Science-II
Time: 3 Hours (Political Theory) Max. Marks: 100
Theory: 80
Internal Assessment: 20

The syllabus consists of four units & the paper setter is required to set the paper as
under:
Section A: It will consist of 10 compulsory questions of 1.5 marks each. Answer to each
question is to be of five lines. The paper setter is required to set not less than two and not
more than three question from each unit. 15 Marks
Section B: It will consist of 12 compulsory questions of 5 marks each. Answer to each
question is to be in two pages. Three questions are to be set from each unit and candidates
are required to attempt any two questions from each unit. 40 Marks
Section C: It will consist of 4 question s of 12.5 marks. Answer to each question is to be
in 5 pages. One question is to be set from each unit and candidates are required to attempt
any two questions out of four. 25 Marks

Unit I Rights: Theory of Rights with Special Reference to Liberal Individualists.
Theory of Rights, Laski's Theory of Rights and Marxist Theory of Rights,
U.N. Declaration of Human Rights of 1948, Safeguards of Rights.
Liberty: Concept of Liberty; Negative and Positive Liberty; the Marxian
Concept of Freedom. Safeguards of Liberty.

Unit-II Equality: Concept of Equality; Legal Political and Socio-Economic
Dimension of Equality, Relationship between Liberty and Equality,
Rational grounds of Discrimination, Debate on Reverse Discrimination.
Property: the Concept of Property: Liberal and Marxians Theories of
Property. Social, Democratic Perspective of Property.

Unit-III Justice: Concept of Justice: Legal, Political and Socio-Economic
Dimensions of Justice. Relationship between Liberty, Equality, Property,
Justice, Distinction between Procedural Justice and Substantive Justice.
Democracy: Classical Liberal Theory of Democracy: The Contemporary
Elitist, Theories of Democracy: The Marxist Theory of Democracy,
Participatory Democracy

Unit-IV Liberalism: Classical and Modern
Socialism: Utopian, Scientific and Democratic
Marxism: Theory of Surplus Value, Dialectical Materialism.

Suggested Readings:

Amal Ray and Mohit Political Theory (Calcutta World Press, 1985)
Bhattacharya:
M.P. Jain: Political Theory Liberal and Marxian (Delhi Authors Guild)
1986.
L. Asirvathan: Political Theory, Lucknow House (The Upper Indian Publishing)
1977.
William Ebentein: Modern Political Thought (New Delhi Oxford and IBH) 1960.


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LL.B (FYIC) Semester-II
Paper-IV History-II
(Organizational History)
Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 100
Theory: 80
Internal Assessment: 20

The syllabus consists of four units & the paper setter is required to set the paper as
under:

Section A: It will consist of 10 compulsory questions of 1.5 marks each. Answer to each
question is to be of five lines. The paper setter is required to set not less than two and not
more than three question from each unit. 15 Marks

Section B: It will consist of 12 compulsory questions of 5 marks each. Answer to each
question is to be in two pages. Three questions are to be set from each unit and candidates
are required to attempt any two questions from each unit. 40 Marks

Section C: It will consist of 4 questions of 12.5 marks. Answer to each question is to be
in 5 pages. One question is to be set from each unit and candidates are required to attempt
any two questions out of four. 25 Marks

Unit I Political Organization of Sikhs in 18
th
Century. Administration of Central
Provincial and Local levels Land Revenue System during Sikh Rule,
Causes of Disintegration of Sikh Rule

Unit-II Administration of Punjab by Britishers, Alienation of Law Act, 1909
Administration of Civil and Criminal Justice in Punjab during the British
Period
History of Western, Education in Punjab up to 1947

Unit-III Socio-Religious Movement: Christian Evangelicalism, Arya Samaj,
Narankaris and Namdharis, Singh Sabha Movement, Ahmadiyas,
Gurdwaras Reform Movement- SGPC and SAD, Major Morchas,
Gurdwaras Legislation

Unit-IV Role of National Movement:
Agitation against Rowlett Bills, Jallianwala Bagh and its Impact, Non-Co-
Operation Movement
Simon Commission, Cripps Mission, Mountbatten Plan

Suggested Readings:

Bipin Chandra: Modern India
A.R. Desa: Social Background of Indian Nationalism
A.C. Arora: History of Punjab
Kashmir Singh: Law of Religious Institution Sikh Gurdwara
N.K. Sinha: Ranjit Singh
T.K. Mann: Administration of Justice in India.



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LL.B (FYIC) Semester-II
Paper-V-Economics-II (Indian Economic Development)
Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 100
Theory: 80
Internal Assessment: 20
The Syllabus consists of four units & the Paper setter is required to set the paper as
under:
Section A: It will consist of 10 compulsory questions of 1 mark each. Answer to each
question is to be of five lines. The paper setter is required to set not less than
two & not more than three questions from each unit. 15 Marks
Section B: It will consist of 12 questions of five marks each. Answer each question is to
be in 2 pages. Three questions are to be set from each unit & the candidates
are required to attempt two questions from each unit. 40 Marks
Section C: It will consist of four questions of 12 marks. Answer to each question is to
be in 5 pages. One question is to be set from each unit and the candidates are
required to attempt any two questions out of four. 25 Marks
Unit-I
Introduction to Indian Economy:
1. Estimates of National Income in India.
2. Trends in Population growth.
3. Poverty and Income Distribution.
4. Trends and Inter-Regional Variation in the Incidence of Rural Poverty.
5. Unemployment Trends and Employment Generation Scheme (NREGA).
Unit-II
The Logic of India's Development Strategy:
1. Planning Process-Types, Role, Problems
2. Priorities Between Agriculture and Industry.
3. Choice of Technology and its Transfer.
Labour Intensive and Capital Intensive Techniques
4. Public, Private and Joint Sector.
5. Large, and Small and Cottage Industries.
Unit-III
Concept of Economic concentration:
1. Laws for Economics Offences.
2. Anti Monopolies and Restrictive Practices Regulations.
3. Deficit Finance.
4. Price Rise- Causes, Measures and Effects.
5. The Parallel Economy in India.
6. Social Security Employees State Insurance Act 1948
7. Minimum Wages Act 1948.
Unit-IV
Foreign Investment and Trade Policies:
1. International financial Institution and their Contribution to India's Economics
Development:
The World Bank
Asian Development Bank & IMF
2. Economic Liberalisation
3. GATT
4. New Economic Order (WTO)
5. Export Promotion Policy
6. Import Control and Substitution Policy.

Suggested Readings:
Ruddar Datt and Sudram: Indian Economy, Delhi, (S. Chand, 1997)
A.N. Agarwala: Indian Economy (Vishwa Parkashan, 1996)
P.K. Dhar: Indian Economy, (Kalyani, 1996)


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Paper I: ENGLISH - III
Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 100
Theory: 80
Internal Assessment: 20

The Syllabus consists of four units & the Paper setter is required to set the paper as
under:-

Section A: It will consist of 10 compulsory questions of 1 mark each. Answer to each
question is to be of five lines. The paper setter is required to set not less than
two & not more than three questions from each unit. 15 Marks

Section B: It will consist of 12 questions of five marks each. Answer each question is to
be in 2 pages. Three questions are to be set from each unit & the candidates
are required to attempt two questions from each unit. 40 Marks

Section C: It will consist of four questions of 12 marks. Answer to each question is to
be in 5 pages. One question is to be set from each unit and the candidates are
required to attempt any two questions out of four. 25 Marks
Unit-I
The Merchant of Venice by Shakespeare
Acts I & II
Unit-II
The Merchant of Venice by Shakespeare
Acts III & IV
Unit-III
(a) Translation and Re-translation
(b) Foreign Words:
axion
joie-de vivne
judicature
jusoli
suo jure
sue loco
a bas
ad absurdum
addendum
a deux
ad extremum
ad fin
ad infinitum
ad initium
bon jour
monsieur
en masse
en route
sans
vis-a-vis
ira
ira media
post script

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post meridiam
ante meridiam
milieu (F)
haute coture
petite
plaza
summum bonum
synopsis
virtuoso
voila
voir dire
(c) Common Logical Fallacies
(d) Reading Comprehension
Unit-IV
Legal Drafting
Use of legal terms:
ab initio (L)
abintra (L)
ab hoc (L)
ad interim (Late) (L)
ad Volorem (L)
bona fides (L)
corpus juris civilos (L)
de facto (L)
de novo (L)
detanu (Fr)
de jure (L)
ex officio (L)
ex parte (L)
en route (Fr)
expost facto (L)
Impane (RFr)
Interlia (L)
Jure divino (L)
jure humane (L)
Locus standi (L)
mala fide (L)
Modus operandi (L)
Pari passu (L)
status quo (L)
sub judice (L)
sub poena (L)
versus(L)
Unit-V
Practical English
Distribution of marks as given below:
Reading : 3
Speaking : 3
Debating : 4
Written Assignment : 10
Total : 20

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Paper II: HISTORY OF COURTS

Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 100
Theory: 80
Internal Assessment: 20

The Syllabus consists of four units & the Paper setter is required to set the paper as
under:-

Section A: It will consist of 10 compulsory questions of 1 mark each. Answer to each
question is to be of five lines. The paper setter is required to set not less than
two & not more than three questions from each unit. 15 Marks

Section B: It will consist of 12 questions of five marks each. Answer each question is to
be in 2 pages. Three questions are to be set from each unit & the candidates
are required to attempt two questions from each unit. 40 Marks

Section C: It will consist of four questions of 12 marks. Answer to each question is to
be in 5 pages. One question is to be set from each unit and the candidates are
required to attempt any two questions out of four. 25 Marks

Unit-I
Judicial system of India : Ancient and Medieval Period Administration of Justice
in Bombay, Calcutta and Madras (1600-1773) Mayor's Court and the Courts of
Request in the Presidency Towns.

Unit-II
Warren Hastings Plan of 1772 and the Adalat System Reforms under the Plan of
1774; Re-Organization of 1780 Supreme Court at Calcutta its Composition Powers
and Functioning; Act of 1781 Supreme Court vis-a-vis Mofussil Courts; Raja Nand
Kumar Case, Patna Case, Cosijura Case.

Unit-III
Judicial Reforms of Lord Cornwallis: 1787, 1790 and Establishment of High
Courts.
Unit-IV
Privy Council
Federal Court of India

Suggested Readings:

M.P. Jain: Constitutional History of India
V.K. Kurlshresta: Indian Legal & Constitutional History of India.
Rama Jois: Legal and Constitutional History of India (Tripathi) (1990)

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Paper III: SOCIOLOGY : General Principles

Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 100
Theory: 80
Internal Assessment: 20

The Syllabus consists of four units & the Paper setter is required to set the paper as
under:-

Section A: It will consist of 10 compulsory questions of 1 mark each. Answer to each
question is to be of five lines. The paper setter is required to set not less than
two & not more than three questions from each unit. 15 Marks

Section B: It will consist of 12 questions of five marks each. Answer each question is to
be in 2 pages. Three questions are to be set from each unit & the candidates
are required to attempt two questions from each unit. 40 Marks

Section C: It will consist of four questions of 12 marks. Answer to each question is to
be in 5 pages. One question is to be set from each unit and the candidates are
required to attempt any two questions out of four. 25 Marks

Unit-I
I a) Sociology; Definition and Scope
b) Sociology as a Science
c) Methods of Sociology

II Basic Concepts in Sociology
a) Status and Role
b) Norms and Values
c) Social Group

Unit-II

I. Institution: Definition, Elements and Functions

II. Social Institution:
a) Marriage, Family and Kinship
b) Economic Institution; Property, Types of Economy, Capitalism
c) Political Institution; Power, Authority, State and Govt.
d) Religious Institution: Religion & its Function, Religion and Magic.

Unit-III

I. Social Stratification: Types
II. Social Control Forms and its Agencies
III. Social Change: Definition, Factors, Social Change & Social Progress;
IVS; Conflict and Co-operation

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Unit-IV

Law and Society

Suggested Readings:

T.B. Bottomore: A Guide to Problems and Literature, London: Allen and Unwin,
1962.

Gisbert: Fundamentals of Sociology.

Haralmbos: Sociology, Themes and Perspectives, Delhi, Oxford University
Press 1981.

Petter Worsley etl: Introduction to Sociology, Harmondsworth Penguin Books,
1970.

Chitamber: Introductory Rural Sociology.








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Paper-IV Torts and Consumer Protection Law

Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 100
Theory: 80
Internal Asstt: 20
GUIDELINES FOR THE PAPER SETTERS

The syllabus consists of four units & the paper setter is required to set the paper as
under:

Section-A: It will consist of 10 compulsory questions of 1 mark each. Answer to each
question is to be in five lines. The paper setter is required to set not less than
two & not more than three questions from each unit. 15 Marks

Section-B: It will consist of 12 questions of five marks each. Answer to each question is
to be in 2 pages. Three questions are to be set from each unit & the
candidates are required to attempt two questions from each unit. 40 Marks

Section -C: It will consist of 4 questions of 12 marks. Answer to each question is to be
in 5 pages. One question is to be set from each unit and the candidates are
required to attempt any 2 questions. 25 Marks

Atleast two Judgments should be reflected in the paper from the syllabus.

Unit-I
Torts-Evolution, Definition, Nature and Scope
General Defences
Judgments:-
Usha Ben v. Bhagya laxmi Chitra Mandir, AIR 1978 Guj.118
Ramanuja Mudali v. M. Gagan, AIR 1984 Mad. 103

Unit-II Principle of Liability in Torts
Vicarious liability
Strict liability
---State liability
Nuisance
Judgments:-
Municipal Corp. of Delhi v. Subhagwant, AIR 1964 Sc 1750
Ram Lal v. Mustafabad Oil and Ginnig Factory, AIR 1968 PB. 399

Unit-III
Negligence
Defamation
Tresspass against immovable Property
Judgments:-
X VZ Hospital (1999) CTJ 2 (SC)
R.K. Kranjia v. KMD Thakersay AIR 1970 Bom, 424





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Unit-IV
Definition and Need of Consumer Protection
Consumer Rights under the Consumer Protection Act, 1986
Redressal Mechanism under the Consumer Protection Act, 1986
Judgments:-
Laxmi Engineering Works v. P SG Industrial Institute (1995) 3 (P)
Spring Meadows Hospital v. Harjot Ahluwalia & anothers 1998(2)
SCALE 456 (SC)

Suggested Readings:
D.D Basu: Law of Torts
Rattan Lal Dhiraj Lal: Law of Torts
R.K. Bangia: Law of Torts
D.N. Saraf: Law of Consumer Protection
Gurjeet Singh: Law of Consumer Protection in India



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Paper V: MAJOR WORLD GOVERNMENTS

Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 100
Theory: 80
Internal Assessment: 20

The Syllabus consists of four units & the Paper setter is required to set the paper as
under:-

Section A: It will consist of 10 compulsory questions of 1 mark each. Answer to each
question is to be of five lines. The paper setter is required to set not less than
two & not more than three questions from each unit. 15 Marks

Section B: It will consist of 12 questions of five marks each. Answer each question is to
be in 2 pages. Three questions are to be set from each unit & the candidates
are required to attempt two questions from each unit. 40 Marks

Section C: It will consist of four questions of 12 marks. Answer to each question is to
be in 5 pages. One question is to be set from each unit and the candidates are
required to attempt any two questions out of four. 25 Marks

Unit-I

Comparative Government

Unit-II
Traditional and Modern Methods of Comparing Political Systems
United Kingdom:
Parliamentary Government: Monarchy, Cabinet, Parliament, their Role &
Functions

Unit-III
United States of America:
National Government: The President, Congress and the Supreme Court.
(Their Role and Function)

Unit-IV
Switzerland:
Features of Swiss Political system
Nature of Swiss Federation
The Plural Executive
The Federal Assembly
The Federal Tribunal
Institution of Direct Democracy: Initiative Referendum Recall


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Paper-VI: Environmental Studies (Compulsory)

Theory Lectures: 50 Hours
Time of Theory examination Max. Marks: 100
Regular students : 2 Hours Regular students : 75+25
Private students : 3 Hours. Private students : 100

Instructions for the paper setters: The question paper will consist of two sections for
regular students and three sections for private students.

Unit-I
(Compulsory for all students)
Section A (30 Marks)

It will consist of ten short answer type questions. Candidates will be required to
attempt six questions, each question carrying five marks. Answer to any of the questions
should not exceed two pages.

Section B (45 Marks)

It will consist of six essay type questions. Candidates will be required to attempt
three questions, each question carrying fifteen marks. Answer to any of the questions
should not exceed four pages.

1. The multidisciplinary nature of environmental studies: Definition, scope and
importance, Need for public awareness.

2. Natural resources: Natural resources and associated problems.

a) Forest resources: Use of over exploitation, deforestation, case studies, Timber
extraction, mining, dams and their effects on forests and tribal people.
b) Water resources: Use and over-utilization of surface and ground water, floods,
drought, conflicts over water, dams-benefits and problems.
c) Mineral resources: Use and exploitation, environmental effects of extracting
and using mineral resources, case studies.
d) Food resources: World food problems, change caused by agriculture and
overgrazing, effects of modern agriculture, fertilizer-pesticide problems, water
logging, salinity, case studies.
e) Energy resources: Growing energy needs, renewable and non-renewable
energy, use of alternate energy sources. Case studies.

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f) Land resources: Land as a resources, land degradation, man induced
landslides, soil erosion and desertification.
g) Role of an individual in conservation of natural resources, Equitable use of
resources for sustainable lifestyles.

3. Ecosystem
Concept of an ecosystem, Structure and function of an ecosystem, Producers,
consumers and decomposers, Energy flow in the ecosystem, Ecological
succession, Food chains, food webs and ecological pyramids.

Introduction, types, characteristic features, structure and function of the following
ecosystem :

a. Forest ecosystem
b. Grassland ecosystem
c. Desert ecosystem
d. Aquatic ecosystems (ponds, streams lakes, rivers, oceans, estuaries).

4. Biodiversity and its conservation

Definition: Genetic, species and ecosystem diversity, Biogeographical classification of
India.
Value of biodiversity: Consumptive use, productive use, social, ethical, aesthetic and
option values.
Biodiversity of global, National and local levels, India as mega-diversity nation, Hot-
spots of biodiversity.
Threats to biodiversity: Habitat loss, poaching of wildlife, man wildlife conflicts
Endangered and endemic species of India.

Conservation of biodiversity: In situ and Ex-situ conservation of biodiversity.


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5. Environmental pollution
Definition, causes, effects and control measures of:
a) Air Pollution
b) Water Pollution
c) Soil Pollution
d) Marine Pollution
e) Noise Pollution
f) Thermal Pollution
g) Nuclear Pollution

Soil Waste Management: Causes effects and control measures of urban and
industrial wastes.
Role of an individual in prevention of pollution.
Pollution case studies.
Disaster Management: Floods, Earthquake, Cyclone and Landslides.
6. Social Issues and Environment
* From unsustainable to sustainable development
* Urban problems related to energy
* Water conservation, rain water harvesting, watershed management
* Resettlement and rehabilitation of people: its problem and concerns. Case
studies
* Environmental ethics: Issues and possible solutions.
* Climate change, global warming, acid rain, ozone layer depletion, nuclear
accidents and holocause. Case studies.
* Waterland reclamation
* Consumerism and waste products
* Environmental Protection Act
* Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act
* Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act
* Wildlife Protection Act
* Forest Conservation Act
* Issues involved in enforcement of environmental legislation
* Public awareness

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7. Human population and the environment
* Population growth, variation among nations
* Population explosion-Family welfare programme
* Environment and human health
* Human rights
* Value education
* HIV/AIDS
* Women and child welfare
* Role of information technology in environmental and human health
* Case studies

Unit-II
(Compulsory for Private Candidates only)

Section C (25 Marks)
It will consist of two questions. Candidate will be required to attempt one
question only. Answer to the question should not exceed 5 pages. In this section the
students will be required to write on the status of environment of an
area/ecosystem/village/ industry/ disaster/ mine/ dam/ agriculture field/ waste
management/ hospital etc with its salient features, limitations, their implications and
suggestions for improvement.


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Environmental Studies (Field Study)
(Practical for Regular Students Only)

Max. Marks : 25

The candidate will be required to undertake field study trips to study animals and
plants in their natural habitats, status of pollution in the area and to undertake tree
plantation drives. The candidates will be required to submit the field study report of about
10 pages listing their observation of the habitats studied and their contributions for
conservation of habitats. The reports will be evaluated by the examiner appointed by the
Principal of the concerned college.







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Paper I : English IV

Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 100
Theory: 80
Internal Assessment: 20

The Syllabus consists of four units & the Paper setter is required to set the paper as
under:-

Section A: It will consist of 10 compulsory questions of 1 mark each. Answer to each
question is to be of five lines. The paper setter is required to set not less than
two & not more than three questions from each unit. 15 Marks

Section B: It will consist of 12 questions of five marks each. Answer each question is to
be in 2 pages. Three questions are to be set from each unit & the candidates
are required to attempt two questions from each unit. 40 Marks

Section C: It will consist of four questions of 12 marks. Answer to each question is to
be in 5 pages. One question is to be set from each unit and the candidates are
required to attempt any two questions out of four. 25 Marks

Unit-I

Roses in December in M.C. Chagla (8th ed.)
Chapter IV & VII

Unit-II
Roses in December by M.C. Chagla (8th ed.)
Chapter X and Epilogue

Unit-III
Grammar and Composition
(a) Precis Writing
(b) Grammar - vocabulary:
i) Certain set expressions and phrases
ii) One word substitution
iii) Foreign works and phrases (Important Latin and English) affixes Greek and
Latin affixes & prefixes
ab from-abuse, abstain
ambi-around-ambition, ambiguous
ante-before-ante date, ante-room
en-to make, enslave, enable, empower
bene-well, benefaction, beneficial
bi-twice, binocular, bicameral
cirum-around-about circumstances, circumference
co-together, co-operation
centren against, contradict
de-down, deforestation, dethrone
dis-apart, discord, displane

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equi-equal, equally equivalent
extra-beyond, extravagant, extraordinary
inter-between, interact, interrelation
mal-ill, maladjustment, malcontent
pen-almost, peninsula
post-after, postscript, postmentem
pre-forth, forward, project, proauthorities
pre-before, predict, prefer
re-back, refund, rebound
retro-back, retrospect, retrograde
Semi-half, semicolon, semicircle, sub-under, subject, suble
trans across, trans-atlantics, transport
ultra-beyond, ultra-violet, ultramarine
uni-one uniform, unanimous
endo-within, endogenous
epi-upon, epitaph, epicenter
ex-out of-from, exodus
ce-out of from, ecstasy
hemo-half, hemisphere
miso-hate, misogynist
suffixes a-ance allegiance abundance
ion, opinion, action
ment, enchantment, punishment
ure, culture, censure
y, beggary, recovery
ade, cascade, bridge
al, legal, regal
ary, contrary, arbitrary
arious, gregarious
sque, picturesque, grotesque
ous, glorious, perilous
ise, victimize, harmonize
ate, facilitate, activate
ify, classify, verify
en, darken, quicken
ful, faithful, fearful
age, foliage
en, artisen, warden
eur, amateur, grandeur
Unit-IV
Brief Writing and Drafting of Legal Reports



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Paper II: HISTORY OF LEGISLATURE AND LEGAL PROFESSION

Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 100
Theory: 80
Internal Assessment: 20

The Syllabus consists of four units & the Paper setter is required to set the paper as
under:-

Section A: It will consist of 10 compulsory questions of 1 mark each. Answer to each
question is to be of five lines. The paper setter is required to set not less than
two & not more than three questions from each unit. 15 Marks

Section B: It will consist of 12 questions of five marks each. Answer each question is to
be in 2 pages. Three questions are to be set from each unit & the candidates
are required to attempt two questions from each unit. 40 Marks

Section C: It will consist of four questions of 12 marks. Answer to each question is to
be in 5 pages. One question is to be set from each unit and the candidates are
required to attempt any two questions out of four. 25 Marks

Unit-I

Legislative Authority under Regulating Act, 1773 and Settlement Act, 1781
The Charter Act of 1833 and 1853
The Government of India Act, 1858

Unit-II

The Indian Council Acts, 1861 and 1892
The Government of India Acts of 1909 and 1919

Unit-III

The Government of India Act, 1935: Federal and Provincial Legislatures.

Unit-IV

History of Legal Profession in India
Codification and Law Commission


Suggested Reading
Legal and Constitutional History of India: V.K. Kulshreshta.
Legal and Constitutional History of India: J.K. Mittal.

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Paper III: SOCIOLOGY: SOCIETY IN INDIA

Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 100
Theory: 80
Internal Assessment: 20

The Syllabus consists of four units & the Paper setter is required to set the paper as
under:-

Section A: It will consist of 10 compulsory questions of 1 mark each. Answer to each
question is to be of five lines. The paper setter is required to set not less than
two & not more than three questions from each unit. 15 Marks

Section B: It will consist of 12 questions of five marks each. Answer each question is to
be in 2 pages. Three questions are to be set from each unit & the candidates
are required to attempt two questions from each unit. 40 Marks

Section C: It will consist of four questions of 12 marks. Answer to each question is to
be in 5 pages. One question is to be set from each unit and the candidates are
required to attempt any two questions out of four. 25 Marks

Unit-I

The Development of Indian Society
(a) Unity and Diversity
(b) Continuity and Change

India as a Plural Society: Varieties of
(a) Customs and Ways of Life
(b) Linguistic, Religious and other Communities.

Unit-II

Major institutions of Indian Society
(b) Family
(b) Cast
(c) Village

Tribe and Caste in the Traditional Order

Unit-III

Trends of Change in Indian Society:
Caste, Class, Backward Classes in Contemporary India

Unit-IV
Social Problems in Indian Context:

Dowry, Rape, Atrocities against Women Communalism, Reservation, Atrocities
against Dalits etc

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Suggested Readings:

1. N.K. Bose: The Structure of Hindu Society, New Delhi, Orient Longman,
1975

2. David G. Mandelaum: Society in India, Bombay, Popular Prakashan, 1972.

3. Romesh Thapper (ed.): Tribe, Caste and Religion in India; New Delhi, Macmillan,
1977

4. Andre Beteille: Inequality and Social Change, Delhi, Oxford University Press, 1972

5. Andre Betelle: The Backward classes and the New Social Order, Delhi, Oxford
University Press, 1981

6. Ram Ahuja: Social Problems in India.

7. Shri Nivas M.N:Social Change in Modern India.





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Paper-IV: LEGAL LANGUAGE INCLUDING GENERAL ENGLISH

Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 100
Theory: 80
Internal Asstt.: 20
GUIDELINES FOR THE PAPER SETTERS

The syllabus consists of four units & the paper setter is required to set the paper as
under:

Section-A: It will consist of 10 compulsory questions of 1 mark each. Answer to each
question is to be in five lines. The paper setter is required to set not less than
two & not more than three questions from each unit. 15 Marks

Section-B: It will consist of 12 questions of five marks each. Answer to each question is
to be in 2 pages. Three questions are to be set from each unit & the
candidates are required to attempt two questions from each unit. 40 Marks

Section -C: It will consist of 4 questions of 12 marks. Answer to each question is to be
in 5 pages. One question is to be set from each unit and the candidates are
required to attempt any 2 questions. 25 Marks

Atleast two Judgments should be reflected in the paper from the syllabus.

Unit-I
S.B. Kher (ed.): Law & Lawyers by M.K. Gandhi Section I, II, III.

Unit-II
S.B. Kher (ed.) Law and Lawyers by M.K. Gandhi Sections IV, V and Epilogue

Unit-III
Essay on Current Legal Issues
Legal Maxims:
Audi alteram partem
Ubi Jus ibi remedium
One cannot approbate and reprobate
Volenti Non fit injuria
Res lpsa loquitor
Delegatus non potest delegare
Actus non facit reum-nisi mens sit rea
Justice delayed is justice denied
Nemo debet bis vexari
He who seeks equity must do equity

Unit-IV
Law: Definition, Kinds and Classification
Codification of Law
State and Sovereignty
Personality



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Judgments:
Shiromani Gurdwara Prabandhak Committee v. Som Nath Dass, AIR 2000 SC 1421
Chaudhary v. Braithwath & Co., AIR 2002 SC 679
Moti Lal Saraf v. State J & K, AIR 2007 SC 56

Suggested Readings:

S.B. Kher (ed.) Law and Lawyers by M.K. Gandhi, Navjivan Publishing House,
Ahmedabad
Tripathi V.M.N. Jurisprudence



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Paper V: INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS AND ORGANISATION

Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 100
Theory: 80
Internal Assessment: 20

The Syllabus consists of four units & the Paper setter is required to set the paper as
under:-

Section A: It will consist of 10 compulsory questions of 1 mark each. Answer to each
question is to be of five lines. The paper setter is required to set not less than
two & not more than three questions from each unit. 15 Marks

Section B: It will consist of 12 questions of five marks each. Answer each question is to
be in 2 pages. Three questions are to be set from each unit & the candidates
are required to attempt two questions from each unit. 40 Marks

Section C: It will consist of four questions of 12 marks. Answer to each question is to
be in 5 pages. One question is to be set from each unit and the candidates are
required to attempt any two questions out of four. 25 Marks

Unit-I

Meaning, Nature and Scope of International Relations.
Concept, Elements, Problems, Evaluations and Limitations of National Power.
Collective Security.

Unit-II

Meaning, Purpose, Significance and Determination of Foreign Policy.
Origin of Cold War and its Impact on International Relations.

Unit-III

Origin, Role and Significance of the Following International Relations:
League of Nations
United Nations

Unit-IV

Origin, Role and Significance of the Following Organisations
i) Non-Aligned Movement.
ii) South Asian Association for Regional Co-operation (SAARC)
iii) European Union
iv) Association of South East Asian Relations (ASEAR)


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Suggested Reading

J. W. Burton International Relations. A General Theory (Geory
Allen and Unwin)

Norman D.Palmer and
Howard C. Parkins
International Relations: The World Community in
Transition (Delhi CBS) 1985.

Stephen S. Goodspped The Nature and Function of International Organisation.
(New York Oxford Uni. Press)

Rumki Basu The United Nations and Functions of an International
Organisation (New Delhi Sterling) 1993).

K.P. Saksena Reforming the United Nations The Challenge of
Relevance (New Delhi, 1993).

Raymond Aron Peace and War: A Theory of International Relation.





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PAPER-I: CONSTITUTIONAL LAW OF INDIA-I

Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 100
Theory: 80
Internal Asstt.: 20
GUIDELINES FOR THE PAPER SETTERS

The syllabus consists of four units & the paper setter is required to set the paper as
under:

Section-A: It will consist of 10 compulsory questions of 1 mark each. Answer to each
question is to be in five lines. The paper setter is required to set not less than
two & not more than three questions from each unit. 15 Marks

Section-B: It will consist of 12 questions of five marks each. Answer to each question is
to be in 2 pages. Three questions are to be set from each unit & the
candidates are required to attempt two questions from each unit. 40 Marks

Section -C: It will consist of 4 questions of 12 marks. Answer to each question is to be
in 5 pages. One question is to be set from each unit and the candidates are
required to attempt any 2 questions. 25 Marks

Atleast two Judgments should be reflected in the paper from the syllabus.

Unit-I
Preamble
Citizenship
Judgments:-
Keshvananda Bharti v. State of Kerala, Air 1973 SC 1461
DC & G Mills v. Union of India 1983 SC 937

Unit-II
Union & State Executive
Union & State Legislature
Judgments:-
U.N. Rao v. Indira Gandhi, AIR 1971 SC 1002
Kehar Singh v. Union of India, AIR 1989 SC 653

Unit-III
Judicial Process under the Constitution
Judgments:-
In Re-Presidential Reference AIR 1999 SC 1
Daryao v. State of UP AIR 1961 SC 1457

Unit-IV
Legislative Relations between Union & States
Emergency Provisions
Judgments:-
S.R. Bommai v. Union of India, AIR 1994 SC 1918 SC
International Tourist Corpn. v. State of Haryana, AIR 1981 SC 774


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Suggested Readings:-

M.P. Singh (Ed.): Shukla's Constitution of India, Eastern Book Co., Lucknow.
M.P. Jain: Indian Constitutional Law.
D.D. Basu: Shorter Constitution of India, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi.






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Paper-II: LABOUR LAWS

Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 100
Theory: 80
Internal Asstt.: 20
GUIDELINES FOR THE PAPER SETTERS

The syllabus consists of four units & the paper setter is required to set the paper as
under:

Section-A: It will consist of 10 compulsory questions of 1 mark each. Answer to each
question is to be in five lines. The paper setter is required to set not less than
two & not more than three questions from each unit. 15 Marks

Section-B: It will consist of 12 questions of five marks each. Answer to each question is
to be in 2 pages. Three questions are to be set from each unit & the
candidates are required to attempt two questions from each unit. 40 Marks

Section -C: It will consist of 4 questions of 12 marks. Answer to each question is to be
in 5 pages. One question is to be set from each unit and the candidates are
required to attempt any 2 questions. 25 Marks

Atleast two Judgments should be reflected in the paper from the syllabus.
Unit-I
The Industrial Disputes Act, 1947
a) Definitions
b) Authorities
c) Strikes, Lock-outs
d) Lay off, Retrenchment
Judgments:-
Bangalore Water Supply and Sewerage Board vs A. Rajappa & Ors. AIR 1978 SC
548
Syndicate Bank v. K. Umesh Nayak, 1994-I-LLJ-836 (SC)

Unit-II
Factories Act, 1948
a) Definitions
b) Health and Wealth
c) Working Hours for Adults
d) Employment of Young Person
Judgments:-
Bhikusha Yamasa Kashtriya Pvt. Ltd. v. Union of India AIR 1963 SC 1592.
Grayer and Weil (India) Ltd. V. Collector of Central Excise, 1995-II-LLJ-648
(SC)

Unit-III
I Trade Union Act, 1926
a) Definitions
b) Registration of Trade Unions


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II Payment of Wages Act, 1956
a) Definitions
b) Payment of Wages and Deduction of Wages

Judgments:
G.S.Dhara Singh v. E.U.Thomas and others AIR 1988 SC 1829

Pandian Roadways Corporation Ltd. Madurai v. The Principal Distt. Judge, Madurai and
Others 1996-II-LLJ-1229 (Mad.)

Unit-IV

I The Workmens Compensation Act, 1923

a) Definitions
b) Liability of the Employer to Pay Compensation

II The Employees States Insurance Act, 1948

a) Definitions
b) Benefits Under the Act

Judgments:-

Ram Sarup & Another v. Gurdev Singh & Others, 1968 ILLJ 80-A
A. Trehan v. M/S Associated Electrical Agencies & Another, 1996-ILLJ-721 (SC)

Suggested Readings:-

V.G. Goswami: Labour & Industrial law, Central Law Agency, Allahabad
S.M. Chaturvedi: Labour & Industrial Law
S.K. Puri: Labour and Industrial laws
S.N. Mishra: Law of Industrial Labour Relations All. Law Agency
S.C. Srivastva: Industrial Relations and Labour Law

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Paper-III: HUMAN RIGHTS AND INTERNATIONAL LAW


Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 100
Theory: 80
Internal Asstt: 20
GUIDELINES FOR THE PAPER SETTERS

The syllabus consists of four units & the paper setter is required to set the paper as
under:

Section-A: It will consist of 10 compulsory questions of 1 mark each. Answer to each
question is to be in five lines. The paper setter is required to set not less than
two & not more than three questions from each unit. 15 Marks

Section-B: It will consist of 12 questions of five marks each. Answer to each question is
to be in 2 pages. Three questions are to be set from each unit & the
candidates are required to attempt two questions from each unit. 40 Marks

Section -C: It will consist of 4 questions of 12 marks. Answer to each question is to be
in 5 pages. One question is to be set from each unit and the candidates are
required to attempt any 2 questions. 25 Marks

Unit-I International Law
Definition: Nature and Basis
Sources
Subjects
Relationship between International law and Municipal Law.

Unit-II
State Territory Acquisition and loss
Law of the Sea, including Territorial Waters Continental Shelf and Contiguous
Zone & Exclusive Economic Zone.
Recognition

Unit-III
Intervention
Extradition
Settlement of disputes: Peaceful methods and forcible methods.

Unit-IV
Universal Declaration of Human Rights
International Covenants of Human Rights
National Human Rights Commission in India


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Suggested Readings:-

J.G. Starke: Introduction to International Law Butter Worths, London.
M.P. Tandon: International Law, Allahabad Law Agency.
S.K. Kapoor: International Law, Central Law Agency, Allahabad.
P.S. Jaswal: Human Rights and the Law, Aditya Books, New Delhi.
Paras Diwan: Human Rights and the Law, Deep & Deep, New Delhi.
S.K.Verma: International Law
H.O. Aggarwal: International Law

The Territorial Waters, Continental Shelf, Exclusive Economic
Zone and other Maritime Zones Act, 195


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Paper IV: LAW OF CONTRACT AND SPECIFIC RELIEF ACT

Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 100
Theory: 80
Internal Asstt: 20
GUIDELINES FOR THE PAPER SETTERS
The syllabus consists of four units & the paper setter is required to set the paper as
under:

Section-A: It will consist of 10 compulsory questions of 1 mark each. Answer to each
question is to be in five lines. The paper setter is required to set not less than
two & not more than three questions from each unit. 15 Marks

Section-B: It will consist of 12 questions of five marks each. Answer to each question is
to be in 2 pages. Three questions are to be set from each unit & the
candidates are required to attempt two questions from each unit. 40 Marks

Section -C: It will consist of 4 questions of 12 marks. Answer to each question is to be
in 5 pages. One question is to be set from each unit and the candidates are
required to attempt any 2 questions. 25 Marks

Atleast two Judgments should be reflected in the paper from the syllabus.
Unit-I
Indian Contract Act
Formation of Contract Proposal and Acceptance (Ss 1 to 10)
Consideration (S 2(d)
Capacity to contract (Ss 11, 12)
Judgments:-
Bhagwandas Goverdhan Dass Nadia v. M.S. Girdari Lal Parshotam Dass and Co.,
AIR 1966 SC 548
Khan Gul and Ors. v. Lakha Singh, AIR 1928 Lahore 609

Unit-II
Free Consent (Ss 13to 22)
Legality of consideration and object (Sc 23, 24, 25)
Void agreements (Ss 26 to 30)
Contingent contracts (Ss 31 to 36)
Judgments:-
Sonia Bhatia v. State of UP AIR 1981 SC 1274
Gheru Lal Parakh v. Mahaleo Dass, AIR 1959 SC 781

Unit-III
Performance & Anticipatory Breach (Sc 30 to 40 55)
Impossible & illegality & Performance (Ss 56 and 65)
Quasi contract (Ss 68-72)
Judgments:-
Satya Brata Ghose v. Mugnea Ram Bangur and Co. AIR 1954 SC 44
Puran Lal Shah v. State of UP AIR 1971 SC 712


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Unit-IV
Breach of contracts & damages (Ss 73-75)
Specific Relief Act:
Contracts specifically enforceable
Contracts specifically not enforceable
Discretion of Court
Recession of Contract
Judgments:-
Union of India v. Sita Ram, AIR 1577 SC 229
Punjab State Electricity Board v. T.S. Agencies, AIR 1986 P & II 323

Suggested Readings:

Pollock & Mulla: Indian Contract Act Specific Relief Act
R.K. BangiaL: Indian Contract Act Allahabad Law
Avtar Singh: Indian Contract Act Eastern Book Co.
Subha Rao: Law of Specific Relief


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PAPER V: LAW OF CRIMES - I

Time: 3 Hrs. Max. Marks: 100
Theory: 80
Internal Asstt: 20
GUIDELINES FOR THE PAPER SETTERS

The syllabus consists of four units & the paper setter is required to set the paper as
under:

Section-A: It will consist of 10 compulsory questions of 1 mark each. Answer to each
question is to be in five lines. The paper setter is required to set not less than
two & not more than three questions from each unit. 15 Marks

Section-B: It will consist of 12 questions of five marks each. Answer to each question is
to be in 2 pages. Three questions are to be set from each unit & the
candidates are required to attempt two questions from each unit. 40 Marks

Section -C: It will consist of 4 questions of 12 marks. Answer to each question is to be
in 5 pages. One question is to be set from each unit and the candidates are
required to attempt any 2 questions. 25 Marks

Atleast two Judgments should be reflected in the paper from the syllabus.

Unit-I
Indian Penal Code, 1860
Territorial Operation of the Code (Ss. 2 to 4)
General Explanations (Ss. 6 to 32)
Joint Liability in Crimes (Ss. 34 to 38 and 149)

Judgments:-
1. Tukaram v. State of Maharastra, AIR 1974 SC 514
2. Pandurang v. State of Hyderabad, AIR 1955 SC 216

Unit-II
General Exceptions (Ss. 76 to 106)

Judgments:-
1. State of U.P. v. Ram Swarup, AIR 1974 SC 1570
2. Basudev v. State of Pepsu, AIR 1956 SC 488

Unit-III
Abetment (Ss. 107 to 114)
Criminal Conspiracy (Ss. 120 A & B)
Offences against the State (Ss. 121-124 A)
Offences Relating to Marriage (Ss. 493 to 498)
Judgments:-
1. Lilly Thomas v. Union of India, AIR 2000 SC 1650
2. Sarla Mudgal v. Union of India 1955 (3) SCC 635


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Unit-IV
Defamation (Ss. 499 to 502)
Attempt (S. 511)
Judgments:-
1. Malkiat Singh v. State of Punjab, AIR 1970 SC 713
2. Parshad Sinha v. Rajbhan Surajmal, Delhi 1997 Cr LJ 1309

Suggested Readings
Rattan Lal and Dhiraj Lal : Indian Penal Code (Student ed.)
M.P. Tandon : Indian Penal Code
Jaspal Singh : Indian Penal Code
PSA Pillai : Criminal Law


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PAPER-I CONSTITUTIONAL LAW-II

Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 100
Theory: 80
Internal Asstt: 20
GUIDELINES FOR THE PAPER SETTERS

The syllabus consists of four units & the paper setter is required to set the paper as
under:

Section-A: It will consist of 10 compulsory questions of 1 mark each. Answer to each
question is to be in five lines. The paper setter is required to set not less than
two & not more than three questions from each unit. 15 Marks

Section-B: It will consist of 12 questions of five marks each. Answer to each question is
to be in 2 pages. Three questions are to be set from each unit & the
candidates are required to attempt two questions from each unit. 40 Marks

Section -C: It will consist of 4 questions of 12 marks. Answer to each question is to be
in 5 pages. One question is to be set from each unit and the candidates are
required to attempt any 2 questions. 25 Marks

Atleast two Judgments should be reflected in the paper from the syllabus.

Unit-I
Fundamental Rights (Arts 12-22)

Judgments:-
AIR India v. Nargesh Meerza Air 1981 SC 1829
Indira Sawhney v. Union of India Air 1993 SC 477

Unit-II
Fundamental Rights (Arts 23-30)
Directive Principles of State Policy
Relationship between fundamental rights & directive Principles.

Judgments:-
Maneka Gandhi v. Union of India AIR 1978 SC 597
Minerva Mills Ltd. v. Union of India AIR 1930 SC 1789

Unit-III
Civil Services under the Constitution (Art 309-311)
Judgments:-
Bakunth Nath Dass v. Chief Distt. Medical Officer Baripada AIR 1992 SC 102
- Union of India v. Tulsi Ram Patel AIR 1985 SC1416

Unit-IV
Amendment of the Constitution
Freedom of Trade, Commerce and Intercourse

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Judgments:-
Indian Cement v. State of A.P. AIR 1988 SC 567
Indira Nehru Gandhi v. Raj Narain AIR 1975 SC 2299

Suggested Readings:-

M.P. Singh (ed) Shukla's Constitution of India, Eastern Book Co., Lucknow.
M.P. Jain Indian Constitutional Law
D.D. Basu Shorter Constitution of India Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi


















































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PAPER-II LAW OF CRIMES - II

Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 100
Theory: 80
Internal Asstt: 20
GUIDELINES FOR THE PAPER SETTERS

The syllabus consists of four units & the paper setter is required to set the paper as
under:

Section-A: It will consist of 10 compulsory questions of 1 mark each. Answer to each
question is to be in five lines. The paper setter is required to set not less than
two & not more than three questions from each unit. 15 Marks

Section-B: It will consist of 12 questions of five marks each. Answer to each question is
to be in 2 pages. Three questions are to be set from each unit & the
candidates are required to attempt two questions from each unit. 40 Marks

Section-C: It will consist of 4 questions of 12 marks. Answer to each question is to be
in 5 pages. One question is to be set from each unit and the candidates are
required to attempt any 2 questions. 25 Marks

Atleast two Judgments should be reflected in the paper from the syllabus.

Unit-I
Offences against Human Body (Ss. 299 to 309 of IPC, 1860)

Judgments:-
K.M. Nanavati v. State of Maharastra, AIR 1960 SC 605
Bachan Singh v. State of Punjab, AIR 1980 SC 898

Unit-II
Offences against Human Body (Ss. 319 to 377)

Judgments:-
S. Vardarajan v. State of Madras, AIR 1962 SC 942
Tukaram v. State of Maharashtra, AIR 1979 SC 195

Unit-III
Offences against Property (Ss. 378 to 400)

Judgments:-
Sheo Nath v. State of UP, AIR 1970 SC 535
Md. Silaj Ali and Others v. State, AIR 1985 Cr. L.J. 91

Unit-IV
Offences against Property (Ss. 403 to 420 & Ss. 441 to 462)

Judgments:-
Abhyanand Mishra v. State of Bihar, AIR 1961 Sc 1698
Smt. Kanwal Sood v. Kamal Kishore, AIR 1983 SC 159

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Suggested Readings

Rattan Lal Dhiraj Lal : The Indian Penal Code (Students Edition)
M.P. Tandon: Indian Penal Code
Jaspal Singh: Indian Penal Code
PSA Pillai: Criminal Law


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PAPER-III JURISPRUDENCE

Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 100
Theory: 80
Internal Asstt: 20
GUIDELINES FOR THE PAPER SETTERS

The syllabus consists of four units & the paper setter is required to set the paper as
under:

Section-A: It will consist of 10 compulsory questions of 1 mark each. Answer to each
question is to be in five lines. The paper setter is required to set not less than
two & not more than three questions from each unit. 15 Marks

Section-B: It will consist of 12 questions of five marks each. Answer to each question is
to be in 2 pages. Three questions are to be set from each unit & the
candidates are required to attempt two questions from each unit. 40 Marks

Section -C: It will consist of 4 questions of 12 marks. Answer to each question is to be
in 5 pages. One question is to be set from each unit and the candidates are
required to attempt any 2 questions. 25 Marks


Unit-I
Definition, Meaning, Nature and Scope of Jurisprudence
Law and Social Change

Unit-II
Natural Law
Analytical School
Pure Theory of Law All School (Indian Perspective)
Rights and Duties

Unit-III
Historical School
Sociological School
Realist School-All Schools with Indian Perspective
Administration of Justice

Unit-IV
Sources of Law
Ownership & Possession

Judgement: Ravi Chander v. Justice A.M. Bhattacharjee, 1995 4SCC 457.


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Suggested Readings:-

R.W.M. Dias Jurisprudence, Aditya Books, New Delhi, 2000.
C.W. Paton A Text Book of Jurisprudence, Oxford University Press, Oxford,
1970
B.N.M. Tripathi An Introduction to Jurisprudence, Allahabad Law Agency,
Allahabad.
S.N. Dhyani Fundamental of Jurisprudence, Central Law Agency, Allahabad

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PAPER-IV SPECIFIC CONTRACTS

Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 100
Theory: 80
Internal Asstt: 20
GUIDELINES FOR THE PAPER SETTERS

The syllabus consists of four units & the paper setter is required to set the paper as
under:

Section-A: It will consist of 10 compulsory questions of 1 mark each. Answer to each
question is to be in five lines. The paper setter is required to set not less than
two & not more than three questions from each unit. 15 Marks

Section-B: It will consist of 12 questions of five marks each. Answer to each question is
to be in 2 pages. Three questions are to be set from each unit & the
candidates are required to attempt two questions from each unit. 40 Marks

Section -C: It will consist of 4 questions of 12 marks. Answer to each question is to be
in 5 pages. One question is to be set from each unit and the candidates are
required to attempt any 2 questions. 25 Marks

Atleast two Judgments should be reflected in the paper from the syllabus.


Unit-I Indian Contract Act, 1872
__Concept of Indemnity and Guarantee (Ss 124-147)
Bailment (Ss 148 to 171, 180, 181)
Pledge (Ss 172-179)
Agency (Ss 182-238)
Judgments:-
Maharashtra State Electricity Board v. Official Liquidator AIR1988 SC 1497
Bank of Bihar v. State of Bihar, AIR 1971 SC 1210

Unit-II
Contract of Sale, & Agreement to Sell, Difference between Condition &
Warranties, Implied Conditions & Warranties, Rules for Passing of Property.

Judgments:-
P.S.N.S.A.C. & Co. v. Express Newspapers, AIR 1968 SC 741
-Collector of Customs, v. Pednekar & Co. AIR 1978, SC 1408

Unit-III
Transfer of title Performance of contract, Rights of unpaid seller.
Judgments:-
Suresh Kumar Rajinder Kumar v. K. Assan Koya & Sons, AIR 1990 AP 20
Jute Distributors v. Sushil Kumar Gupta AIR 1974 Cal. 386





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Unit-IV

Indian Partnership Act,
Definition of Partnership, Position of minor in Partnership, mutual relation of
partners Doctrine of implied Authority of the Partners, Liabilities of the firm to
third party Dissolutions of the firm, Registered Firm of firms.

Judgments:-
Shivagodia Ravjit Patil V. Chander Kant Neelkanth Sadalgo AIR 1965 Sc 212
Narayanppa V. Bharkara Krishnappa AIR 1966 SC 1300.

Suggested Reading:
Avtar Singh: Principles of Mercantile Law, Eastern Book Co., Lucknow.
R.K. Bangia: Sales of Goods Act, Allahabad Law, agency Allahabad.
Avtar Singh: Law of Contract, Eastern Book Co., Lucknow.
Avtar Singh: Law of Partnership, Eastern Book Co., Lucknow.

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PAPER V: LAW RELATING TO LOCAL SELF GOVERNMENT

Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 100
Theory : 80
Internal Assessment: 20

The Syllabus consists of four units & the Paper setter is required to set the paper as
under:-

Section A: It will consist of 10 compulsory questions of 1 mark each. Answer to each
question is to be of five lines. The paper setter is required to set not less than
two & not more than three questions from each unit. 15 Marks

Section B : It will consist of 12 questions of five marks each. Answer each question is to
be in 2 pages. Three questions are to be set from each unit & the candidates
are required to attempt two questions from each unit. 40 Marks

Section C: It will consist of four questions of 12 marks. Answer to each question is to
be in 5 pages. One question is to be set from each unit and the candidates are
required to attempt any two questions out of four. 25 Marks

Unit-I
The Punjab Panchayati Raj Act, 1994
1. Definition Sec. 2
2. Gram Sabhas and Gram Panchayats-Sec. 3 to 29
3. Functions, Powers and Duties of Gram Panchayats. Sec. 30-43
4. Art. 243 to 243-G of the Indian Constitution (Schedule XI)

Unit-II
1. Judicial Functions of Gram Panchayats Sec., 44 to 84
2. Constitution of panchayat Samities and Conduct of their Business. Sec. 98 to 160
3. Art. 243-H to 243-O of the Indian Constitution (Schedule XI)

Unit-III
The Punjab Municipal Act, 1911
1. Definitions Sec. 3
2. Constitution of Municipalities and Constitution of Committees. Sec. 11 to 19
3. Bye-Laws Sec. 188 to 202
4. Art. 243-P to 243-W of the Indian Constitution (Schedule XII)

Unit-IV
1. Control over Committees Sec. 231 to 240
2. Municipal Election Inquiries Sec. 247 to 258
3. Art. 243-X to 243-ZG of the Indian Constitution (Schedule XII)

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PAPER-I FAMILY LAW-I

Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 100
Theory: 80
Internal Asstt.: 20
GUIDELINES FOR THE PAPER SETTERS

The syllabus consists of four units & the paper setter is required to set the paper as
under:

Section-A: It will consist of 10 compulsory questions of 1 mark each. Answer to each
question is to be in five lines. The paper setter is required to set not less than
two & not more than three questions from each unit. 15 Marks

Section-B: It will consist of 12 questions of five marks each. Answer to each question is
to be in 2 pages. Three questions are to be set from each unit & the
candidates are required to attempt two questions from each unit. 40 Marks

Section -C: It will consist of 4 questions of 12 marks. Answer to each question is to be
in 5 pages. One question is to be set from each unit and the candidates are
required to attempt any 2 questions. 25 Marks

Atleast two Judgments should be reflected in the paper from the syllabus.

Unit-I
Application of Hindu Law and Muslim Law
Under Hindu Marriage Act, Special Marriage Act and Muslim Law
Nature of Marriage
Requirement and solemnization of valid marriage
Nullity of Marriage
__Child Marriage Restraint Act, 2006

Judgments:
Seema Vs Ashwani Kumar (2006) 2 S.C.C., 578
Mahendra v. Sushila, AIR 1965 SC 364

Unit-II
Under Hindu Marriage Act, Special Marriage Act & Muslim Law
Restitution of conjugal rights
Juducial separation
Divorce

Judgments:
Shamim Ara v. State of U.P., 2002 (4) RCR Civil 340
Kailashwati v. Ayodhia Parkash, 1977 PLR 216

Unit-III
Hindu Law of Adoption
Acknowledgement of Legitimacy under Muslim Law


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Judgments:
Habibur Rehman Chaudhari v. Altaf Ali AIR 1921,PC 159
Dharam Shamroo Agalawe v. Pandurang M. Agalawe, AIR 1988 SC 845

Unit-IV
Maintenance under Hindu Law, Muslim Law, Special Marriage Act, 1954 and
Sec. 125 Cr. P.C.

Judgments:
Kulbhushan v. Raj Kumari, AIR 1971 SC 234
Daniel Latifi v. Union of India 2001 (7) SCC40


Suggested Readings:-
Paras Diwan : Hindu Law, Allahabad Law Agency, Allahabad.
Mulla : Principles of Mohammedan Law, Universal Book
Trades, Delhi.
A A A Faize : Outlines of Mohammedan. Law
Dr. Sharma : Muslim Law
Maynes : Treatise on Hindu Law & Usage
Mullas : Principle of Hindu Law






























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PAPER-II SERVICE LAW

Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 100
Theory: 80
Internal Asstt.: 20
GUIDELINES FOR THE PAPER SETTERS
The syllabus consists of four units & the paper setter is required to set the paper as
under:

Section-A: It will consist of 10 compulsory questions of 1 mark each. Answer to each
question is to be in five lines. The paper setter is required to set not less than
two & not more than three questions from each unit. 15 Marks

Section-B: It will consist of 12 questions of five marks each. Answer to each question is
to be in 2 pages. Three questions are to be set from each unit & the
candidates are required to attempt two questions from each unit. 40 Marks

Section -C: It will consist of 4 questions of 12 marks. Answer to each question is to be
in 5 pages. One question is to be set from each unit and the candidates are
required to attempt any 2 questions. 25 Marks

Atleast two Judgments should be reflected in the paper from the syllabus.
Unit-I
Article 323-A of the Constitution of India
Administrative Tribunals; their composition, Powers and Procedure under
Administrative Tribunals Act, 1985
Constitutional Right to Equality: Relating to Service Matters
Judgement:
SP Sampath Kumar v. Union of India AIR 1987 SC 386
Chandra Kumar v. Union of India AIR SC 1125

Unit-II
Services under the Union and States (Articles 308-323) with special emphasis on
Article 309-311 (and including applicability of Article 311 to various categories on
non-permanent employees and Article 320
Judgment:
Union of India v. Tulsi Ram Patel AIR 1985 SC
P. L. Dhingra v. Union of India AIR 1958 SC 36

Unit-III

With special reference to CCS (CCA) Rules 1965
Major & Minor penalties
Suspension and Substances Subsistence Allowance.
Conduct and Procedure of Departmental/Disciplinary enquiries (including
charge-sheet, inspection and supply of copies of documents, production of
evidence, enquiry report, hearing if any on question of penalty and final question
of penalty and final action by competent authority.

Judgment:
Chief Engineer v. K. Raman AIR 199 SC 2757
Dy. Director of Collegiate Education (admn) v. S. Nagoor Meera AIR 1995 SC 1364



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Unit-IV
Compulsory/Premature Retirement
Principles of Equal Pay for Equal Work
Status and Rights of Adhoc Employees and their Regularisation
Principles for Determination of Seniority:
(a) Seniority based on date of Confirmation
(b) Seniority based on quo-rota rules
Adverse entries in Annual Confidential reports (ACRS)
Deputation
Judgments
Baikuntha v. CDMO (1992) 2 SCC 299
State of Haryana v. Piara Singh (1992) 4 SC 118

Suggested Readings:
1. Narinder Kumar: Law Relating to Government Servants and Management of
Disciplinary Proceedings.
2. S.T.Srinivasan: Kulshrethas Service Laws and Constitutional Remedies.
3. M.R.Mallick : Service Law in India.





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Paper-III LAND LAWS


Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 100
Theory: 80
Internal Asstt.: 20
GUIDELINES FOR THE PAPER SETTERS

The syllabus consists of four units & the paper setter is required to set the paper as
under:

Section-A: It will consist of 10 compulsory questions of 1 mark each. Answer to each
question is to be in five lines. The paper setter is required to set not less than
two & not more than three questions from each unit. 15 Marks

Section-B: It will consist of 12 questions of five marks each. Answer to each question is
to be in 2 pages. Three questions are to be set from each unit & the
candidates are required to attempt two questions from each unit. 40 Marks

Section -C: It will consist of 4 questions of 12 marks. Answer to each question is to be
in 5 pages. One question is to be set from each unit and the candidates are
required to attempt any 2 questions. 25 Marks

Atleast two Judgments should be reflected in the paper from the syllabus.


Unit-I
The Punjab Land Revenue Act, 1887 Chapter 1, 2, 4 to 9
Judgments:
1. Bachan Kaur and another v. Balwant Singh 1987 PLJ 579
2. Pawan Kumar and other v. Manjeet Singh and others 1990 PLJ 177

Unit-II
The Punjab Tenancy Act, 1887 Chapters I to V

Judgedments:
1. Jasmer Singh Bhatti v. State of Punjab and others 1989 PLJ 288
2. Illias v. Bashir Ahmed 1989 PLJ 278

Unit-III
Punjab Land Reforms Act, 1972

Judgments:
1. Surjit Singh v. State 1986 PLJ 536
2. Makhan Singh v. State of Punjab 1986 PLJ 536


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Unit-IV
The Land Acquisition Act, 1894 Sections 1 to 34


Judgments:
1. Dara Phaluli v. State of Punjab AIR 1972 SC 1954
2. Narsingh Das v. Secretary of State PLR 1928 Lah. 263 (PC)

Suggested Readings:

Relevant Acts






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PAPER-IV ARBITRATION, CONCILIATION AND ALTERNATIVE
DISPUTE RESOLUTION SYSTEM

Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 100
Theory: 80
Internal Asstt: 20
GUIDELINES FOR THE PAPER SETTERS

The syllabus consists of four units & the paper setter is required to set the paper as
under:

Section-A: It will consist of 10 compulsory questions of 1 mark each. Answer to each
question is to be in five lines. The paper setter is required to set not less than
two & not more than three questions from each unit. 15 Marks

Section-B: It will consist of 12 questions of five marks each. Answer to each question is
to be in 2 pages. Three questions are to be set from each unit & the
candidates are required to attempt two questions from each unit. 40 Marks

Section -C: It will consist of 4 questions of 12 marks. Answer to each question is to be
in 5 pages. One question is to be set from each unit and the candidates are
required to attempt any 2 questions. 25 Marks

Atleast two Judgments should be reflected in the paper from the syllabus.

Unit-I
Concept & Importance of Alternate Dispute Redressel System.
Alternatives to Judicial process:
Mediation Negotiation, Conciliation, Lok Adalats, Resolving Disputes by
Panchayats
Judgments:
1. M/s. ITI Ltd., Allahabad v. Dist. Allahabad AIR 1998 All 313.
2. Bombay Gas Co. Ltd. v. Parmeshwar Mittal AIR 1998 Bombay 118.

Unit-II
Meaning of Arbitration, Kinds of Arbitration:
International Arbitration, Commercial & Mercantile Arbitration
The Arbitration & Conciliation Act 1996
Arbitral Tribunals:
Composition, Jurisdiction, Arbitral Award and Finality & Enforcement thereof,
Appeals
Enforcement of Foreign Awards
Judgments:
1. Tamil Nadu Electricity Board v. Bridge Tunnel Construction AIR 1997 S.C.1376


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Unit-III
The Arbitration & Conciliation Act, 1996
The Arbitration & Conciliation Proceedings
Role of Conciliator, Termination of Conciliation Proceedings, Resort to Arbitral
or Judicial Proceedings
Conciliation Proceedings in the Civil Procedure Code
Conciliation under the Industrial Disputes Act, 1947
Conciliation in Family disputes
Judgments:
1. K.K. Modhi v.K.M. Modhi Air 1998 SC 1297
2. M.M.T.C. Ltd. v.Sterlite Industries (India) Ltd. AIR 1997 SC 605.

Unit-IV
International Dispute Settlement (Peaceful means)
Negotiation
Mediation
Inquiry
Good Offices
Conciliation
Arbitration

Judgments:
1. Gird Corporation of Orissa Ltd. v.Indian Charge Chrome Ltd. AIR 1998 SC 1761.
2. Kulbir Singh Rattan Singh v.New Delhi Municipal Council AIR 1998 Delhi 230.

Suggested Readings:

Relevent Bare Acts: Equal Access to Justice
P.C. Juneja: The Bright Law House, Rohtak
N.R. Madhava Menon: A Hand Book on Clinical Legal Education, Eastern Book
. Co.
R.Dayal: Arbitration & Conciliation Act
Shambu Dayal Singh: Law of Arbitration
Paras Diwan: Law of Marriage & Divorce, Wadhwa & Co., Nagpur
J.G. Starke: An Introduction to International Law.
















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PAPER-V ADMINISTRATIVE LAW

Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 100
Theory: 80
Internal Asstt: 20
GUIDELINES FOR THE PAPER SETTERS

The syllabus consists of four units & the paper setter is required to set the paper as
under:

Section-A: It will consist of 10 compulsory questions of 1 mark each. Answer to each
question is to be in five lines. The paper setter is required to set not less than
two & not more than three questions from each unit. 15 Marks

Section-B: It will consist of 12 questions of five marks each. Answer to each question is
to be in 2 pages. Three questions are to be set from each unit & the
candidates are required to attempt two questions from each unit. 40 Marks

Section-C: It will consist of 4 questions of 12 marks. Answer to each question is to be
in 5 pages. One question is to be set from each unit and the candidates are
required to attempt any 2 questions. 25 Marks

Atleast two Judgments should be reflected in the paper from the syllabus.

Unit-I
Evolution, Definition, Nature and Scope of Administrative Law
Theory of Separation of Powers
Rule of Law
Relationship between Administrative Law and Constitutional Law

Judgments:
1. Arif Hamid v. State of J & K AIR 1989 SC 1899
2. Ram Jawaya Kapoor v. State of Punjab, AIR 1955 SC 549

Unit-II Delegated Legislation
Concept, Nature Scope, Need and Constitutional Validity
Control Mechanism of Delegated Legislation
Sub-Delegation

Judgments:
1. Hari Shankar Bagla v. State of M.P. AIR 1954 Sc 465
2. Raj Narain Singh v. Chairman, Patna Administration Committee, AIR 1954 SC 569

Unit-III
Administrative Adjudication
Necessity, Structure, and Procedure of Tribunals
Natural Justice: Rules of Natural Justice and Exceptions thereto
The Concept of Post-Decisional Hearing
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Judgments:
1. A.K. Kraipak v. Union of India, AIR 1970 SC 150
2. Hira Nath Mishra v. Principal, Rajendra Medical College, AIR 1973 SC 1260

Unit-IV
Judicial Review and Constitution Remedies
Public Interest Litigation
Institution of Ombudsman-Lokpal in India
Punjab Lokpal Act 1993
Right to Information Act, 2005- Objective and Salient Features

Judgments:
Som Parkash Rekhi v. Union of India, AIR 1981 SC 212
Shri Ana Mukta Sadguru Trust v. V.R. Rudani, AIR 1989 SC 1602

Suggested Readings:-

D.D. Basu: Administrative Law, Kamal Law House, Calcutta.
I.P. Massey: Administrative Law, Eastern Book Co., Lucknow.
C.L.Thakur: Administrative Law in India, Eastern Book Co., Lucknow.
Jain & Jain: Principles of Administrative Law N.M. Tripathi, Mumbai.
M.P. Jain: Cases and Materials on Administrative Law, Wadhwa & Co.,
Nagpur.

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PAPER-I FAMILY LAWII

Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 100
Theory: 80
Internal Asstt: 20
GUIDELINES FOR THE PAPER SETTERS

The syllabus consists of four units & the paper setter is required to set the paper as
under:

Section-A: It will consist of 10 compulsory questions of 1 mark each. Answer to each
question is to be in five lines. The paper setter is required to set not less than
two & not more than three questions from each unit. 15 Marks

Section-B: It will consist of 12 questions of five marks each. Answer to each question is
to be in 2 pages. Three questions are to be set from each unit & the
candidates are required to attempt two questions from each unit. 40 Marks

Section -C: It will consist of 4 questions of 12 marks. Answer to each question is to be
in 5 pages. One question is to be set from each unit and the candidates are
required to attempt any 2 questions. 25 Marks

Atleast two Judgments should be reflected in the paper from the syllabus.

Unit-I
Schools of Hindu Law
Mitakshara Hindu Joint Family & Coparcenary
Joint Family Property & its Alienation
Judgments:
K.V. Narayana v. K.V. Ranganathan AIR 1976 SC 1715
Commissioner of Wealth Tax v. Chander Sen AIR 1986 SC1754

Unit-II
Karta his power and liabilities
Partition
Reunion
Judgments:
Raghavamma v. Chanchamma AIR 1964 SC 136
Balmukand v. Kamla Wati AIR 1964, 1385

Unit-III
Hindu Succession Act, 1956
Judgments:
Vallikanu v. Singaperumal, Air 2005 SC 2591
Mangal Singh v. Ratno, AIR 1786 SC


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Unit-IV
Family Courts Act, 1984
Dowry-Definition, Offences & Penalties
Uniform Civil Code
Hindu Minority & Guardianship Act, 1956
Judgments:
Sarla Mudgil v. U.O.I. (1995) 3 SC 635
S Gopal Reddy v. State of Andhra Pradesh AIR 1996 SC 2185

Suggested Readings:-
Paras Diwan: Hindu Law, Wadhwa & Co., Allahabad.
Mulla: Principles of Hindu Law, N.M. Tripathi, Bombay.
Mayne: Treatise Hindu Law & Usage.
Poonam Pardhan Lectures on Family Law, Butterworths, 2007 Issue
Sexana:




































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PAPER-II LAW OF PROPERTY & EASEMENTS
Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 100
Theory: 80
Internal Asstt: 20
GUIDELINES FOR THE PAPER SETTERS

The syllabus consists of four units & the paper setter is required to set the paper as
under:

Section-A: It will consist of 10 compulsory questions of 1 mark each. Answer to each
question is to be in five lines. The paper setter is required to set not less than
two & not more than three questions from each unit. 15 Marks

Section-B: It will consist of 12 questions of five marks each. Answer to each question is
to be in 2 pages. Three questions are to be set from each unit & the
candidates are required to attempt two questions from each unit. 40 Marks

Section -C: It will consist of 4 questions of 12 marks. Answer to each question is to be
in 5 pages. One question is to be set from each unit and the candidates are
required to attempt any 2 questions. 25 Marks
Atleast two Judgments should be reflected in the paper from the syllabus.

Unit-I Transfer of Property Act
- Concept of Immovable & Movable Property
- Attestation
- Transfer of Property (SS. 5-21)
Judgments:
Vishwa Nath v. Ramraj & Others AIR 1991 All. 193
R.K.Kempraj v. Burton Sons & Co. AIR 1970 SC 1872

Unit-II
- Doctrine of Election S. 35
- Doctrine of Lis Pendens S. 52
- Fraudulent Transfer S. 53
- Part Performance S. 53-A
- Leases SS. 105-117
- Sale SS. 54-56
Judgments:
Om Parkash v. Jai Parkash AIR 1992 SC 885
Nathu Lal v. Phool Chand AIR 1970 SC 546

Unit-III
- Mortgage ; Kinds, Rights and Liabilities of Mortgagor & Mortgagee (SS. 58-78)
- S. 81-82 ; 91-92
Judgments:
Braham Prakash v. Manbir Singh AIR 1963 SC 1607
Cheriyan Sosamma & Others v. Sundaressan Pillai AIR 1999 SC 947


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Unit-IV
Gift Indian Easement Act
- Concept of Easement ; Rights of Riparian Owner
- Creation of Easements S. 4-7
- Extinction, Suspension and Revival of Easements SS. 37-51
- Licenses SS. 52-64

Judgments:
Mahi Singh v. Chankoo AIR 1970 Delhi 114
Ramamurthy Subudhi v. Gopinath AIR 1968 SC 919

Suggested Readings:
1. S.M.Shah Lectures on Transfer of Property
2. G.M.Sen The Law of Property
3. D.F.Mulla Transfer of Property Act., N.M.Tripathy, Bombay.
4. S.N.Shukla Transfer of Property Act, Allahabad Law Agency, Allahabad.
5. B.B.Mitra Transfer of Property Act, Kunal Law House, Calcutta.



































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PAPER-III COMPANY LAW


Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 100
Theory: 80
Internal Asstt: 20
GUIDELINES FOR THE PAPER SETTERS

The syllabus consists of four units & the paper setter is required to set the paper as
under:

Section-A: It will consist of 10 compulsory questions of 1 mark each. Answer to each
question is to be in five lines. The paper setter is required to set not less than
two & not more than three questions from each unit. 15 Marks

Section-B: It will consist of 12 questions of five marks each. Answer to each question is
to be in 2 pages. Three questions are to be set from each unit & the
candidates are required to attempt two questions from each unit. 40 Marks

Section-C: It will consist of 4 questions of 12 marks. Answer to each question is to be
in 5 pages. One question is to be set from each unit and the candidates are
required to attempt any 2 questions. 25 Marks

Atleast two Judgments should be reflected in the paper from the syllabus.

Unit-I
Corporate Personality: Advantages & Disadvantages of incorporation; Kinds of
Companies; Promoters
Judgments:
1. New Horizons Ltd. Another v. Union of India 1995 I Com. L.J. 100 (SC)
2. Juggi Lal Kamlapat v. CIT 1969 SC 982

Unit-II
Registration of a Company (Public and Private)
Memorandum of Association
Articles of Association
Prospectus
Judgments:
1. Lakshmanaswami Mudaliar v. HC AIR 1963 SC 1185
2. In the matter of Standard Genl. Insurance Co. Ltd. AIR 1965 Sal, 16

Unit-III
Raising of Funds for Business Shares, Share Capital, Borrowing
Debentures, Share-holders, Debenture holders
Judgments:
1. Bajaj Auto Ltd. v. N.K. Firodia & others AIR 1971 SC 321
2. Unity Co., v. Diamond Sugar Mills, AIR 1971


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Unit-IV
Company Management Personnel, their Powers and Duties, Company Meetings;
Oppression and Mismanagement; Winding Upgrounds and Effect
Judgments:-
1. Ms. Madhusudan Goverdhan Das & Co. v. Madhav Woollen Industries P. Ltd.
AIR 1971 SC 2600
2. Shanti Prasad Jain v. Kalinga Tubes Ltd. AIR 1965 SC 1535

Suggested Readings:

S.M. Shan: Lectures on Company Law, N.M. Tripathi, Mumbai.
Avtar Singh: Company Law, Eastern Book Co., Lucknow.
Taxman's: Company Law & Practice.
Topham & Ivamy: Company Law, Butterworths





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PAPER-IV ENVIRONMENTAL LAW (INCLUDING LAWS FOR
THE PROTECTION OF WILD LIFE AND OTHER
LIVING CREATURES)

Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 100
Theory: 80
Internal Asstt: 20
GUIDELINES FOR THE PAPER SETTERS

The syllabus consists of four units & the paper setter is required to set the paper as
under:

Section-A: It will consist of 10 compulsory questions of 1 mark each. Answer to each
question is to be in five lines. The paper setter is required to set not less than
two & not more than three questions from each unit. 15 Marks

Section-B: It will consist of 12 questions of five marks each. Answer to each question is
to be in 2 pages. Three questions are to be set from each unit & the
candidates are required to attempt two questions from each unit. 40 Marks

Section-C: It will consist of 4 questions of 12 marks. Answer to each question is to be
in 5 pages. One question is to be set from each unit and the candidates are
required to attempt any 2 questions. 25 Marks

Atleast two Judgments should be reflected in the paper from the syllabus.

Unit-I
Meaning and Definitions of Environmental Law
Constitutional Provisions (Articles 21, 48-A, 51-A (g)
The Factories Act (Chapters III and IV-A)
Judgments:-
M.C. Mehta v. Union of India & Ors. (1992) ISCC 358
Ratlam Municipality v. Vardichand AIR 1980 SC 1622

Unit-II
The Environment Protection Act, 1986
Judgment:-
D.D. Viyas And Ors. v. Ghaziabad Development Authority, Ghaziabad and Anr.,
AIR 1993 ALL. 57

Unit-III
The Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1974
Judgment:-
U.P. Pollution Control Board v. Modi Distillary and Ors., AIR 1988 SC 1128


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Unit-IV
The Air (Prevention &Control of Pollution) Act, 1981
Noise Pollution
The Wild life Protection Act, 1972
Judgments:-
M.C. Mehta & Ors. V. Shriram Food and Fertilizer Industries and Union of India,
AIR 1987 Sc 965
Churh of God (Full Gospel) V.KK.R. Majestic Colony Welfare Association &
Ors., AIR 2000 SC 2773

Suggested Readings:-

Pasra Diwan and Environmental Administration, Law and Judicial Attitude
Peeyushi Diwan

Chetan Singh Mehta Environmental Protection and the Law Environmental Pollution
Timmy Katyal & .
CM Satake

Satish Shastri Pollution and the Environmental Law

Rosenberg Diwan & Environmental Law and Policy in Idea Case
Noble Materials & Statements

















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PAPER-V OPT. (I) LAW OF INSURANCE

Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 100
Theory: 80
Internal Asstt: 20
GUIDELINES FOR THE PAPER SETTERS

The syllabus consists of four units & the paper setter is required to set the paper as
under:

Section-A: It will consist of 10 compulsory questions of 1 mark each. Answer to each
question is to be in five lines. The paper setter is required to set not less than
two & not more than three questions from each unit. 15 Marks

Section-B: It will consist of 12 questions of five marks each. Answer to each question is
to be in 2 pages. Three questions are to be set from each unit & the
candidates are required to attempt two questions from each unit. 40 Marks

Section-C: It will consist of 4 questions of 12 marks. Answer to each question is to be
in 5 pages. One question is to be set from each unit and the candidates are
required to attempt any 2 questions. 25 Marks

Atleast two Judgments should be reflected in the paper from the syllabus.

Unit-I
Origin, History and Development of Life Insurance in India Structural Set up of
the Life Insurance Corporation
Judgments:
1. Gian Chand Kalsi v. A.K. Mahajan, AIR 2001 Delhi 480, p. 483
2. L.I.C. of India v. Anuradha, AIR 2004, SC 2070, p. 2075
Unit-II
Functions of Insurance Contract
Classification of Insurance, Difference between Insurance Contract and Wagering
Contract, Elements of Life Insurance Contract- Proposal, Acceptance, Competence
of Parties, Lawful Consideration, Lawful Object.
Doctrine of Utmost Good Faith

Judgments:-
Chandulal vs. I.T. Commissioner AIR 1967 SC 816

Unit-III
Doctrine of Proximate Cause
Assignment and Nomination
Representation and Warranty
Settlement of Claims under the Life Insurance Policy


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Judgments:-
1. Reserve Bank of India vs. Peerless Genl. Finance and Investment Co. AIR
1987 SC 1023
2. National Insurance Company Limited, New Delhi v. Juggal Kishore and Others, AIR
1988, SCC 626

Unit-IV
History and Development of Insurance Regulatory Authority, Composition of
Authority, Duties, Powers and Functions of IRDA.

Suggested Readings
Avtar Singh : Elements of Commercial Law, Eastern Book Co, Lukcnow
K.S.N. Murthy : Modern Law of Insurance
Brij Nandan Singh : Insurance Law
R.K. Nagarjan : Law of Insurance









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PAPER-V OPT. (II) LAW OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 100
Theory: 80
Internal Asstt: 20
GUIDELINES FOR THE PAPER SETTERS

The syllabus consists of four units & the paper setter is required to set the paper as
under:

Section-A: It will consist of 10 compulsory questions of 1 mark each. Answer to each
question is to be in five lines. The paper setter is required to set not less than
two & not more than three questions from each unit. 15 Marks

Section-B: It will consist of 12 questions of five marks each. Answer to each question is
to be in 2 pages. Three questions are to be set from each unit & the
candidates are required to attempt two questions from each unit. 40 Marks

Section-C: It will consist of 4 questions of 12 marks. Answer to each question is to be
in 5 pages. One question is to be set from each unit and the candidates are
required to attempt any 2 questions. 25 Marks

Atleast two Judgments should be reflected in the paper from the syllabus.

Unit-I
Origin and Development of Intellectual Property Law, Concept, Meaning and
Scope of Intellectual Property, Copyright, Patent Designs and Trademark, Main
items covered under these different branches of Intellectual Property.

Judgments:
R.G. Anand v. M/S. Deluxe Films AIR 1978 SC 1613
Lallubhai Jariwala v. Chiman Lal Chunni Lal & Co., AIR 1986

Unit-II
Acquisition of Intellectual Property-Registration and its importance, Registration
mandatory or procedure followed and its benefits in case of Copyright, Design and
Trade Marks.

Judgments:
Indian Performing Right Society Ltd. v. Eastern Indian Picture
Association and others AIR 1977 SC 1443
Bishwant Prasad Radhey Shyam v. M/s Hindustan Metal Industries AIR
1982 SC 1444.

Unit-III
Exercise of Ownership Rights/Infringements and Protection of Copyright
Rights recognised.
Term-Assignment, License
Patents-Rights-Term-Assignment-Revocation-License-Right of License


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Designs-Design Copyright-Term-Restoration Assignment
Trade Marks-Right-Term-Restoration
Ownership-
Assignment Register use and Infringement

Judgments:
Manu Bhandari v. Kalavikas Pictures AIR 1987 Delhi 13
Ajay Industrial Corp. v. Shiro Kanao of Iboraki City AIR 1986 Delhi
496

Unit-IV
International protection of Intellectual Property-International Conventions
Brussels-Berne Conventions-IIPO
Protocol 1991, Paris-Paris convention
GATT Negotiations with special reference to (WTO), Trade Related Intellectual
Property
Madrid Agreement on Trade Marks 1989

Suggested Readings:

N.S. Gopalkrishan: Cases & Materials on Intellectual property.
Law, National Law School, Bangalore, 1992
T.R. Srinivasa: The Copyright Act, 1957.
Ayengar
W.R. Cornish: Intellectual Property Law, Sweet and Maxwell 1981
P. Navoyenas: Intellectual property Law, Eastern Law House, Calcutta.

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PAPER-V OPT. (III) LABOUR LAW-II

Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 100
Theory: 80
Internal Asstt: 20
GUIDELINES FOR THE PAPER SETTERS

The syllabus consists of four units & the paper setter is required to set the paper as
under:

Section-A: It will consist of 10 compulsory questions of 1 mark each. Answer to each
question is to be in five lines. The paper setter is required to set not less than
two & not more than three questions from each unit. 15 Marks

Section-B: It will consist of 12 questions of five marks each. Answer to each question is
to be in 2 pages. Three questions are to be set from each unit & the
candidates are required to attempt two questions from each unit. 40 Marks

Section-C: It will consist of 4 questions of 12 marks. Answer to each question is to be
in 5 pages. One question is to be set from each unit and the candidates are
required to attempt any 2 questions. 25 Marks

Atleast two Judgments should be reflected in the paper from the syllabus.

Unit-I
Maternity Benefit Act, 1961
Preliminary, Benefits & Machinery

Judgments:-
B. Shah v. Labour Court, Coimbatore, AIR 1978 SC 12
Bharti Gupta v. Rail India Technical & Economical Services Ltd. (RITES), 2006
Lab IC 1407 SC
Unit-II
Minimum Wages Act, 1938
Preliminary;
Fixation of Minimum rates of wages, etc.

Judgments:-
Town Municipal Council, Athani v. Presiding Officer, AIR 1969 SC 1335
Steel Authority of India Ltd & Others v. Authority under Minimum Wages Act,
2007 Lab IC 570 (MP) (DB)

Unit-III
Industrial Employment (standing orders) Act, 1946
Definitions;
Procedure for Certification of Standing Orders and Operation Thereof
Draft, Certification Conditions, Certifying Officer, Duties, Appeal
Duration & Modification of Certified Standing Orders


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Judgment:-
Associated Cement Co. v. P.D.Vyas, AIR 1969 SC 665
Rohtak & Hissar Distts Supply company Ltd. V. State of UP AIR 1996 SC 1471
Unit-IV
The Employees' Provident Funds and Family Pension Funds Act 1952 Definitions;
Employees' Provident Fund Scheme Authority under the Act
Judgment:-
State of Bihar v. Deokasen Nenshi AIR 1973 SC 908
Ram Singh & Others v. Pb. State Co-op Supply Marketing Factory Ltd, 2007 Lab
IC (P7H) (DB)

Suggested Readings:
V.G.Goswami: Labour & Industrial Law, Central Law Agency, Allahabad.
S.N.Mishra: Law of Industrial Labour Relations
S.M.Chaturvedi: Labour & Industrial Law.
S.C.Srivastava : Industrial Relations and Labour Law









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PAPER-V OPT. (IV) LAW AND MEDICINE

Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 100
Theory: 80
Internal Asstt:20
GUIDELINES FOR THE PAPER SETTERS

The syllabus consists of four units & the paper setter is required to set the paper as
under:

Section-A: It will consist of 10 compulsory questions of 1 mark each. Answer to each
question is to be in five lines. The paper setter is required to set not less than
two & not more than three questions from each unit. 15 Marks

Section-B: It will consist of 12 questions of five marks each. Answer to each question is
to be in 2 pages. Three questions are to be set from each unit & the
candidates are required to attempt two questions from each unit. 40 Marks

Section-C: It will consist of 4 questions of 12 marks. Answer to each question is to be
in 5 pages. One question is to be set from each unit and the candidates are
required to attempt any 2 questions. 25 Marks

Atleast two Judgments should be reflected in the paper from the syllabus.

Unit-I

System of Medicines
Medical Profession & Ethics
Constitution, Powers & Functions of Medical Council of India
Constitution, Powers & Functions of Central Council of Indian Medicine
Problem of quackery and Role of Judiciary in preventing quackery
Judgments:-
1. Poonam Verma v. Ashwin Patel & Others AIR 1996 SC 2111
2. Malhar Singh v. State of Punjab
3. Murtza Nasir v. Nazir Ahmed Wani and others, AIR 2006 J&K 35.
4. Abdul Wahab v. Municipal Corporation of Vijayawada and another, AIR 2004
AP 462.

Unit-II
Mental Health Act, 1987
Institution for Treatment of Mentally ill Persons
Treatment of Custody
Human Rights of Mentally ill Persons
Judgments:
1. Rajesh Kumar Sharma v. Director Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Services
Orissa, AIR 2006 Ori 42 (DB).
2. Social Jurist, A Lawyers Group v. Union of India and others, AIR 2004 Del 278
(DB).

Unit-III
- Problem of Drugs Abuse & Drug Addictions.
- Causes, Consequences & Remedial Measures.
- The Problem of Aids and its Socio-Medico Legal Aspects.

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Judgments:
1. Laxman Thamappa Kotgiri v. G.M.Central Railways and others, 2006 CTJ 1076
(SC) (CP).
2. Dr. Kamal Saha v. Dr. Sukumar Mukherjee and others, 2006 CTJ 734 (CP
(NCDRC).

Unit-IV
Legal Regulation of transplantation & Human Organs
Legal Regulation of Prenatal Diagnostic Techniques
Medical Termination of Pregnancy, Artifical Insemination
Judgments:
1. S. Malligamma alias Malligava and another v. State of Karnataka and another,
AIR 2005 Kant 74.
2. Kuldip Singh and another v. State of Tamil Nadu and others, AIR 2005 SC 2106.

Suggested Readings:
1. The Drugs and Cosmetics Act, 1940

2. The Indian Medical Council Act, 1956

3. The Indian Medicine Control Council Act, 1970

4. Medical Termination of Pregnancy Act, 1971

5. Mental Health Act, 1987

6. Transplantation of Human Organs Act, 1994

7. Pre-Natal Diagnostic Techniques (Regulation and Prevention of Misuse)
Act, 1994.







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PAPER-V OPT. (V): PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW


Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 100
Theory: 80
Internal Asstt: 20
GUIDELINES FOR THE PAPER SETTERS

The syllabus consists of four units & the paper setter is required to set the paper as
under:

Section-A: It will consist of 10 compulsory questions of 1 mark each. Answer to each
question is to be in five lines. The paper setter is required to set not less than
two & not more than three questions from each unit. 15 Marks

Section-B: It will consist of 12 questions of five marks each. Answer to each question is
to be in 2 pages. Three questions are to be set from each unit & the
candidates are required to attempt two questions from each unit. 40 Marks

Section-C: It will consist of 4 questions of 12 marks. Answer to each question is to be
in 5 pages. One question is to be set from each unit and the candidates are
required to attempt any 2 questions. 25 Marks


Unit-I
Meaning, Scope and Subject Matter of Private Int. Law
Characterization
Renvoi

Unit-II
Domicile: its concepts and kinds of classifications

Unit-III
Marriage
Matrimonial causes

Unit-IV
Foreign Judgments

Suggested Readings:

P. Diwan Private Int. Law

Cheshire Private Int. Law

Graveson Conflict of Laws


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PAPER-V OPT. (VI) RENT LAW


Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 100
Theory: 80
Internal Asstt: 20
GUIDELINES FOR THE PAPER SETTERS

The syllabus consists of four units & the paper setter is required to set the paper as
under:

Section-A: It will consist of 10 compulsory questions of 1 mark each. Answer to each
question is to be in five lines. The paper setter is required to set not less than
two & not more than three questions from each unit. 15 Marks

Section-B: It will consist of 12 questions of five marks each. Answer to each question is
to be in 2 pages. Three questions are to be set from each unit & the
candidates are required to attempt two questions from each unit. 40 Marks

Section-C: It will consist of 4 questions of 12 marks. Answer to each question is to be
in 5 pages. One question is to be set from each unit and the candidates are
required to attempt any 2 questions. 25 Marks

Unit-I
The East Punjab Urban Rent Restriction Act, 1949
- Definitions
- Exemptions
- Determination of fair rent
- Increase in fair rent in what case admissible
- Landlord not to claim anything excess in of fair rent
- Fine or premium not to be charged for grant, renewal of continuance of tenancy
- Rent which should not have been paid may be recovered
- Increase of rent on account of payment of rates etc. of local authority but rent not to
be increased on account of payment of other taxes. etc
- Landlord not to interfere with amenities enjoyed by the tenant
- Conversion of a residential building into a non-residential building
- Failure by landlord to make necessary repairs

Unit-II
- Eviction of Tenants

Judgments:
Sant Lal Bharti v. The State of Punjab AIR 1988 SC 435
Harbilas Rai Bansal v. State of Punjab AIR 1990 SC 857


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Unit-III
- Right to recover immediate possession of residential or scheduled building to accrue
to certain persons
- Decisions which have become final not be reopened in appeal
- Vesting of appellate authority on officers by State Government
- Power to summon and enforce attendance of witnesses
- Execution of orders
- Power to transfer proceedings from one appellate authority or controller to another
- Landlord and tenant to furnish particulars
- Special procedure for disposal of applications under Section 13-A
- Section 18-A to have over-riding effect
- Penalties


Unit-IV
The Indian Easement Act, 1882
Easement-Definition, Acquisition, extent and extinction Ss. 4 to 7, 12 to 18, 28, 37
to 48 Ss. 52 to 64

Suggested Readings:

J.S. Chawla: Rent Restrictions in Punjab, Haryana & Himachal
D.N. Johar: Rent Law



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Paper I: PUBLIC INTEREST LITIGATION, LEGAL AID AND
PARA LEGAL SERVICES

Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks 100
Theory: 80
Internal Asstt.: 20
GUIDELINES FOR THE PAPER SETTERS

The syllabus consists of four units & the paper setter is required to set the paper as
under:

Section-A: It will consist of 10 compulsory questions of 1 mark each. Answer to each
question is to be in five lines. The paper setter is required to set not less than
two & not more than three questions from each unit. 15 Marks

Section-B: It will consist of 12 questions of five marks each. Answer to each question is
to be in 2 pages. Three questions are to be set from each unit & the
candidates are required to attempt two questions from each unit. 40 Marks

Section -C: It will consist of 4 questions of 12 marks. Answer to each question is to be
in 5 pages. One question is to be set from each unit and the candidates are
required to attempt any 2 questions. 25 Marks

Atleast two Judgments should be reflected in the paper from the syllabus.

Unit-I
Meaning, Concept, Need and Significance of Legal Aid
Legal Services Authorities Act, 1987 (Ss 1-2, 6-11, 12-13)
Judgments:-
i) Sunil Batra v. Delhi Administration, AIR 1980 SC 1579
ii) Hussainara Khatoon & Ors. v. Home Secretary, State of Bihar,AIR 1979 SC 360.

Unit-II
Concept and Significance of Lok Adalats
Legal Litracy and Para Legal Services
Legal Services Authorities Act, 1987 (Ss 19-22)
Concept of Public Interest Lawyering & Litigation
Judgments:-
i) S.P. Gupta v. President of India & Others AIR 1982 SC149
ii) Lawyers' Initiative through R.S. Bains v. State of Punjab AIR 1996 P & H 1

Unit-III
Concept of Mobile Courts, Fast Track Courts, Family Courts, and Camp Courts
Importance of Law Journals, Periodicals and Reporters
Use of Computers and Audio-Visual means in Legal Work
Judgments:-
i) Khatri & Ors. V. State of Bihar & Ors. AIR 1981 SC 928
ii) Suk Das & Anr. V. Union Territory of Arunachal Pradesh, AIR 1986 SC 991.


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PRACTICAL WORK
Unit-IV
*Participation in Lok Adalats and Legal Aid Camps
Writing of Case Comments and Dissemination of Legal Literacy

Suggested Readings:

1. Sangeeta Monika Ahuja, Public Interest Litigation in India, Oxford University
Press, 1996.
2. S.S. Sharma, Legal Aid to the Poor.
3. Sujan Singh, Legal Aid-Human Right to Equality, Deep & Deep Publications,
1996.

4. Cases and Materials on Legal Aid and Para Legal Services Edited by V. Nagraj,
National Law School of Indian University, Bangalore, 1996.
5. P.C. Juneja, Equal Access to Justice, The Bright Law House, Rohtak, 1993.
Bars Act: Legal Services Authorities Act, 1987.

*Note: In case where Lok Adalat is not held, Legal Aid Camp will be organized.
































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Paper-II CIVIL PROCEDURE CODE AND LIMITATION ACT


Time: 3 Hrs. Max. Marks: 100

GUIDELINES FOR THE PAPER SETTERS

The syllabus consists of four units & the paper setter is required to set the paper as
under:

Section-A: It will consist of 10 compulsory questions of 2 marks each. Answer to each
question is to be in five lines. The paper setter is required to set not less than
two & not more than three questions from each unit. 20 Marks

Section-B: It will consist of 12 questions of 6 marks each. Answer to each question is to
be in 2 pages. Three questions are to be set from each unit & the candidates
are required to attempt two questions from each unit 48 Marks

Section-C: It will consist of 4 questions of 16 marks. Answer to each question is to be
in 5 pages. One question is to be set from each unit and the candidates are
required to attempt any two questions. 32 Marks

Atleast two Judgments should be reflected in the paper from the syllabus.

Unit-I
Definitions (S. 2)
Courts to Try all Civil Suits Unless Barred (S. 9)
Stay of Suit (S. 10)
Res-Judicata (Ss. 11-12)
Place of Suing (Ss. 15-20)
Parties to the suit (order I)
Summoning of PartiesOrder V, S. 27, 29
Appearance of Parties and consequence of non-appearance, order IX
Summoning of Witnesses, Order XVI, XVI-A

Judegements:-
1. Firm Radha Krishana v. Ludhiana Municipality, AIR 1963 SC 1547
2. Iftikhar Ahmed v. Sydham Meharban Ali, AIR 1974 SC

Unit-II
Plaint and Written Statement order VI & VII, VIII
Framing of Issues Order XIV
Defintion of Court which Passed the Decree (Ss. 37)
Court by which Decree may be Executed (Ss. 38-46)
Questions to be determined by Courts Executing the Decree (S. 47)
Properties liable to Attachment (S. 60)
Commissions (Ss. 75-78), Order XXVI
Supplementary Proceedings S. 94 & 95, Order XXXVIII, XXXIX, XL


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Judgments:-
1. Azeez Ahmed v. State Bank of India Vinyaambedi, AIR 1995 Madras
194
2. Vtayya Akkulamma v. Sajdda Papi Reddy, AIR 1995 A.P. 166

Unit-III
Public Nuisance & other Wrongful Acts Affecting the Public (Ss. 91-93)
Appeal From Original Decress (Ss. 96-99) Order XLI
Appeal from Appellate Decrees (Ss. 100-103) Order XLII
Reference, review & Revision (Ss. 113-115)
Inherent Powers of Court (Ss. 151)
Judgments:-
1. Vidya Vati v. Sri Davi Dai, AIR 1973 SC 397
2. Ram Chandra Pandurang Senar v. Murlidhar Ram Chandra Senar, AIR
1990 SC 1973

Unit-IV
Limitation Act, 1963
Definitions (S. 2)
Bar of Limitation (S. 3)
Extension of Prescribed Period (S. 5)
Extension of time (S. 6 & 7)
Continuity of Running of Time (S. 9)
Computation of the Period of Limitation (Ss. 12-24)
Easement (S. 25)
Adverse Possession (S. 27)

Judgments:-
1. Tilak Ram v. Nathu and Others, AIR 1967 SC 935
2. Ram Lal v. Reva Coalfields, AIR 1969 SC

Suggested Readings:-

DF Mulla Civil Procedure Code

PC Sakkar do

CK Thakkar do

JD Jain Indian Limitation Act

RD Dayal Limitation Act


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Paper-III CRIMINAL PROCEDURE CODE


Time: 3 Hrs. Max. Marks: 100

GUIDELINES FOR THE PAPER SETTERS

The syllabus consists of four units & the paper setter is required to set the paper as
under:

Section-A: It will consist of 10 compulsory questions of 2 marks each. Answer to each
question is to be in five lines. The paper setter is required to set not less than
two & not more than three questions from each unit. 20 Marks

Section-B: It will consist of 12 questions of 6 marks each. Answer to each question is to
be in 2 pages. Three questions are to be set from each unit & the candidates
are required to attempt two questions from each unit 48 Marks

Section-C: It will consist of 4 questions of 16 marks. Answer to each question is to be
in 5 pages. One question is to be set from each unit and the candidates are
required to attempt any two questions. 32 Marks

Atleast two Judgments should be reflected in the paper from the syllabus.

Unit-I
Criminal Procedure Code, 1973
Application (Sec. 1)
Definitions (Sec. 2)
Power of Court (Ss. 26 to 35)
Process to Compel Appearances (Ss. 61 to 90)

Judgments:-
1. Khatri v. State of Bihar (1981) 2 SC C 493
2. Sanjay Suri v. Delhi Adm. AIR 1988 SC 414

Unit-II
Security Proceedings (Ss. 106-116)
Maintenance (Ss. 125-128)
Urgent Cases of Nuisance & Apprehended Danger (Ss. 145 to 148)

Judgments:-
1. Madhu Limaya v. SDM Monghyr AIR 1971 SC 2486
2. Dr. (Mrs) Vijaya Manohar Arbat v. Kashiro Rajaram Sawai and another
(1987) 1 SCJ 524


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Unit-III
Information to the Police & Their Powers to Investigate (Ss. 154 to 176)
Trial before the Court of Session (Ss. 225-237)
Trial of Warrant Cases by Magistrate (Ss. 238-250)
Trial of Summon Cases by Magistrate (Ss. 251-259)
Summary Trial (Ss. 260-265)

Judgments:-
1. Ram Chander v. State of Haryana AIR 1981 Sc 1036
2. Dagdu v. State of Maharashtra AIR 1977 SC 1579


Unit-IV
Appeals (Ss. 372 to 394)
Reference and Revision (Ss. 395 to 405)
Bail (Ss. 434-450)
Limitations (Ss. 467 to 473)
Inherent Powers of High courts (S. 482)

Judgments:-
1. Moti Ram & others v. State of MP AIR 1978 SC 1594
2. Madhu Lamaya v. State of Maharashtra AIR 1978 SC 47

Suggested Readings:

Rattan Lal Dhiraj Lal: Law of Criminal Procedure
KNC Pillai: Kelkar's Criminal Procedure
DD Basu: Criminal Procedure Code




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Paper IV: INTERPRETATION OF STATUTES

Time: 3 Hrs. Max. Marks: 100

GUIDELINES FOR THE PAPER SETTERS

The syllabus consists of four units & the paper setter is required to set the paper as
under:

Section-A: It will consist of 10 compulsory questions of 2 marks each. Answer to each
question is to be in five lines. The paper setter is required to set not less than
two & not more than three questions from each unit. 20 Marks

Section-B: It will consist of 12 questions of 6 marks each. Answer to each question is to
be in 2 pages. Three questions are to be set from each unit & the candidates
are required to attempt two questions from each unit 48 Marks

Section-C: It will consist of 4 questions of 16 marks. Answer to each question is to be
in 5 pages. One question is to be set from each unit and the candidates are
required to attempt any two questions. 32 Marks

Atleast two Judgments should be reflected in the paper from the syllabus.

Unit-I
Statute-Meaning and Classification
General Principles of Interpretation: Literal or Grammatical Interpretation:
The Mischief Rule
The Golden Rule
Harmonious Construction, Statute should be read as a whole

Maxims:
-Ut Res Magis Valeat Quam Pereat
-Expressio Unius Est Exclusio Alterius
-Noscitur A SOCIIS
-Ejusdem Generis
-Contemporanea Expositio est optima Et fortissima in lege
Judgments:
1. Union of India v. Rajiv Kumar, AIR 2003 SC 2917
2. Nathi Devi v. Radha Devi, AIR 2005 SC 648

Unit-II
Internal Aids to Construction-Short Title
Long Title
Preamble
Marginal Notes
Headings
Definition or Interpretation clauses

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Provisos
Illustrations
Exceptions and Saving Clauses
Explanations
Schedules and Punctuation
Judgments:
1. State of Maharashtra v. Indian Medical Association AIR 2002 SC 302
2. R. Krishnaiah v. State of A.P., AIR 2005 AP 10

Unit-III
External Aids to Interpretation-Dictionaries
Use of foreign decisions
Text Books
Historical Background
Legislative History
Administrative conveyancing and Commercial Practice

Judgments:
1. A.K. Gopal v. State of Madras, AIR 1950 SC 27
2. Aruna Roy v. Union of India, AIR 2002 SC 3176

Unit-IV
Construction of Taxing Statutes
Remedial and Penal Statutes
Liberal Construction of Remedial Statutes
Strict Construction of Penal Statutes
Mens Rea in statutory offences
Vicarious responsibility in statutory offences and Mens Rea under the Indian
Penal Code.

Judgments:
1. Ashwini Kuamr Singh v. U.P. Public Service Commission, AIR 2003 SC 2661
2. Iqbal singh v. Meenakshi, AIR 2005 SC 2119

Suggested Readings:
1. Langan, P. St. J: Maxwell on the Interpretation of Statutes, N.M. Tripathi Pvt.
Ltd., 1969.

2. Singh, G.P: Principles of Statutory Interpretation, Bharat Law House,
Allahabad.

3. Sarathi, V.P: Interpretation of Statutes, Eastern Book Company, Lucknow,
1986.

4. Swarup, Jagdish: Legislation and Interpretation Dandewal Publishing House,
Allahabad, Second Edition, 1974.

5. Bindra, N.S: Interpretation of Statutes, Law Book Co., Allahabad, 6th Edn.
1975.


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93
Paper-V (Opt-i) SOCIO-ECONOMIC OFFENCES

Time: 3 Hrs. Max. Marks: 100

GUIDELINES FOR THE PAPER SETTERS

The syllabus consists of four units & the paper setter is required to set the paper as
under:

Section-A: It will consist of 10 compulsory questions of 2 marks each. Answer to each
question is to be in five lines. The paper setter is required to set not less than
two & not more than three questions from each unit. 20 Marks

Section-B: It will consist of 12 questions of 6 marks each. Answer to each question is to
be in 2 pages. Three questions are to be set from each unit & the candidates
are required to attempt two questions from each unit 48 Marks

Section-C: It will consist of 4 questions of 16 marks. Answer to each question is to be
in 5 pages. One question is to be set from each unit and the candidates are
required to attempt any two questions. 32 Marks

Unit-I
Law of Dowry Prohibition
Prevention of Immoral Traffic

Unit-II
Law of Prevention of Food Adulteration

Unit-III
Law of Prevention of Corruption
The Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act
Unit-IV
Law relating to Prevention of Sati
Law relating to Essential Commodities

Suggested Readings:
Jaspal Singh Socio-Economic Offence
Mahesh Chander Socio-Economic Offence

Prescribed Acts:

Dowry Prohibition Act, 1961
The Immoral Traffic Act, 1956
Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988
Prevention of Food Adulteration Act, 1954
Essential Commodities Act, 1955
The Commission of Sati (Prevention) Act, 1987
_ The Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act, 1985



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PAPER-V OPT. (II) TAXATION LAW-I

Time: 3 Hrs. Max. Marks: 100

GUIDELINES FOR THE PAPER SETTERS

The syllabus consists of four units & the paper setter is required to set the paper as
under:

Section-A: It will consist of 10 compulsory questions of 2 marks each. Answer to each
question is to be in five lines. The paper setter is required to set not less than
two & not more than three questions from each unit. 20 Marks

Section-B: It will consist of 12 questions of 6 marks each. Answer to each question is to
be in 2 pages. Three questions are to be set from each unit & the candidates
are required to attempt two questions from each unit 48 Marks

Section-C: It will consist of 4 questions of 16 marks. Answer to each question is to be
in 5 pages. One question is to be set from each unit and the candidates are
required to attempt any two questions. 32 Marks

Atleast two Judgments should be reflected in the paper from the syllabus.

Unit-I
Income Tax Act, 1961
Definitions such as Agriculture Income, Assessee, Assessing Authority, Income,
Person, Previous Year, Assessment Year etc. (Sec. 2 & 3)
Basis of Charge (Sec. 4-9)
Difference between Capital Receipt and Revenue Receipt
Judgments:-
1. Sutlang Cotton Mills v. CIT., (SC) 107 ITR 1991
2. Rupen Jute Tea Co. Ltd. v. CIT, 186 ITR (1990) 30 I

Unit-II
Salaries, Deductions from Salary, Perquisite, Profits in Lieu of salary (Sec. 15-17)
Income from House Property, Deductions (Sec. 22-25)
Difference between Short Term Capital Gain and Long Term Capital Gain
Judgments:-
1. CIT v. Sanyasi Mahapatra, Vol. 53 Taxmann
2. Travancore Tea Estate Co. Ltd. v. CIT, ITR 154 (1985) 745

Unit-III
Income of other Persons included in Assessee's Total Income (Sec. 60-65)
Set off or Carry Forward of Losses (Sec. 70-74)
Rebate of Income Tax (Sec. 87-88)
Deductions under Section 80L and 80U of Income Tax Act
Judgments:-
1. CIT.v. Ramaswamy Naidu, ITR 208 (1994) 377
2. Morarjee Gokuldass Spinning and Weaving Co. Ltd. v. P.N. Beintal and
others, ITR 208 (1994) 471


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Unit-IV
Assessment of Tax (139-144)
Income Escaping Assessment (147-152)
Time Limit for Completion of Assessment (Sec. 154)
Ratification of Mistake (Sec. 154)
Penalties under Sec. 271, 271-A, 271-C
Judgments:-
1. Hindustan Steel Ltd. v. State of Orissa, 25 STC 211 (SC)
2. M/S. Partap Steel Rolling Steel Mills v. State of Punjab, STI (1999)

Suggested Readings:
1. Dr. Vinod Sangaina Tax Man
2. Kailsh Rai Income Tax Act.
3. Garg - VAT




































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96
PAPER-V OPT. (III) CYBER LAWS

Time: 3 Hrs. Max. Marks: 100

GUIDELINES FOR THE PAPER SETTERS

The syllabus consists of four units & the paper setter is required to set the paper as
under:

Section-A: It will consist of 10 compulsory questions of 2 marks each. Answer to each
question is to be in five lines. The paper setter is required to set not less than
two & not more than three questions from each unit. 20 Marks

Section-B: It will consist of 12 questions of 6 marks each. Answer to each question is to
be in 2 pages. Three questions are to be set from each unit & the candidates
are required to attempt two questions from each unit 48 Marks

Section-C: It will consist of 4 questions of 16 marks. Answer to each question is to be
in 5 pages. One question is to be set from each unit and the candidates are
required to attempt any two questions. 32 Marks


Unit-I
Understanding Cyber Crimes
-Defining Crime
-Crime in the Context of Internet- Actus Res/ Mens Rea
-Types of Cyber Crimes
-Computing Damage in Internet Crime

Unit-II
The Indian Penal Law and Cyber Crimes
-Fraud
-Hacking
-Mischief
-Trespass
-Defamation
-Stalking
-Spam

Unit-III
Obscenity and Pornography on the Internet
-Internet and Potential of Obscenity
-Indian Law on Obscenity and Pornography
-Technical and Legal Solutions
-International endeavours to Regulate Obscenity and Pornography
-Search and Seizure Powers
-Amendments to the existing Indian Laws and Rationale for New Legislation


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Unit-IV
Cyber Ethics
-Computers and Free Speech
-Privacy and Freedom Issues
-Ethics and Etiquettes in Cyberspace
-Responsibilities of Cybercitizen

Suggested Readings:

Nandan Kamath: Law Relating to Computers, Internet, and E-Commerce: A Guide to
Cyber Laws and the Information Technology Act 2000 with Rules and Notifications,
Second Edition, Universal Law Publishing Co., New Delhi, 2000

Pavan Duggal: Cyber Law- The Indian Perspective, Saakshar Publications, New Delhi,
2002.

D.P. Mittal: Taxmans Law of Information Technology (Cyber Law), New Taxman
Allied Services Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, 2000

T.V.R. Satya Prasad: Law Relating to Information Technology (Cyber Laws), Asia Law
House, Hyderabad, 2001

Shakil Ahmad Syed and Rajiv Raheja: A Guide to Information Technology (Cyber Laws
and E-Commerce), Capital Law House, New Delhi, 2001

Suresh T. Vishwanathan: The Indian Cyber laws, Bharat Law House, New Delhi, 2001

W.R. Cornish: Intellectual Property, Second Edition, Sweet and Maxwell, 1989

P. Narayanan, Intellectual Property, Eastern Law House, Calcutta, 2000

Chris Reed: Computer Law, Third Edition, Butterworths, London, 1997

Lakshmi Jambholkar: Cyber Law: Issues and Perspectives, The Indian Journal of
International Law, Vol. 40, No.3, July-September, 2000, pp. 559-562

Pranam Kumar: Cyber Law as the Need of the Time, Cuttack Law Times, Vol. 89, No.
10, 15 May 2000

Veer Singh and Bharat Bhushan Parsoon: Cyber Crimes and Need for National and
International Legal Control Regimes, Panjab University Law Review, Vol. 44, 2002, pp.
36-51

Raagini Rao: Pornography on the Internet, The Lawyers Collective, Vol. 16, No. 3,
March 2001, pp. 11-12.


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98
Paper-V Opt. (iv) LAW OF RELIGIOUS ENDOWMENTS

Time: 3 Hrs. Max. Marks: 100

GUIDELINES FOR THE PAPER SETTERS

The syllabus consists of four units & the paper setter is required to set the paper as
under:

Section-A: It will consist of 10 compulsory questions of 2 marks each. Answer to each
question is to be in five lines. The paper setter is required to set not less than
two & not more than three questions from each unit. 20 Marks

Section-B: It will consist of 12 questions of 6 marks each. Answer to each question is to
be in 2 pages. Three questions are to be set from each unit & the candidates
are required to attempt two questions from each unit 48 Marks

Section-C: It will consist of 4 questions of 16 marks. Answer to each question is to be
in 5 pages. One question is to be set from each unit and the candidates are
required to attempt any two questions. 32 Marks

Atleast two Judgments should be reflected in the paper from the syllabus.

Unit-I
Public Trusts
Section 92 Civil Procedure Code, 1908
Articles 25 and 26 of the Constitution
Doctrine of Cypress
Judgment:-
1. Dargah Committee Ajmer V. Syed Hussain Ali, AIR 1961 SC 1402

Unit-II
Hindu Religious Endowments
Essentials of Valid Endowment
Temples and Maths
ShebaitPosition, Powers and Obligations
MahantAppointment, Position, Powers and Duties

Unit-III
Muslim Wakfs
Definition and Essentials
MutawallisAppointment, Position and Powers
Administrative Control of Wakfs under the Wakf Act, 1995
Judgments:-
To be prescribed later


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Unit:-IV
Sikh Gurdwara Act, 1925
Sikh GurdwaraMeaning
The BoardComposition, Powers and Duties
Sikh Gurdwara Judical CommissionAppointment and Removal of Members,
Jurisdiction and Procedure
Judgments:-
1. S.G.P.C.Committee v. Lachman Singh Gill, AIR 1970 p & H 40
2. Sunil Kumar v. Ram Prakash, AIR 1986 SC 576

Suggested Readings:
Paras Diwan: Law of Endowments, Wakfs & Trusts
Kashmir Singh: Law of Religious Institutions: Sikh Gurdwaras

Bare Acts:
1. The Sikh Gurdwara Act, 1925
2. The Wakf Act, 1995


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100
PAPER-I LAW OF EVIDENCE

Time: 3 Hrs. Max. Marks: 100

GUIDELINES FOR THE PAPER SETTERS

The syllabus consists of four units & the paper setter is required to set the paper as
under:

Section-A: It will consist of 10 compulsory questions of 2 marks each. Answer to each
question is to be in five lines. The paper setter is required to set not less than
two & not more than three questions from each unit. 20 Marks

Section-B: It will consist of 12 questions of 6 marks each. Answer to each question is to
be in 2 pages. Three questions are to be set from each unit & the candidates
are required to attempt two questions from each unit 48 Marks

Section-C: It will consist of 4 questions of 16 marks. Answer to each question is to be
in 5 pages. One question is to be set from each unit and the candidates are
required to attempt any two questions. 32 Marks

Atleast two Judgments should be reflected in the paper from the syllabus.

Unit-I Indian Evidence Act, 1872
Definitions and Relevancy of facts Ss. 1-16

Judgments:-
1. R.M. Malkani v. State of Maharashtra AIR 1973 SC 157
2. Budhsen v. State of U.P.AIR 1970 SC 1321

Unit-II
Admissions, Confessions Ss. 17-31
Statements by persons who cannot be called as Witnesses Ss. 32-33

Judgments:-
1. Pakala Narayana Swami v. Emperor AIR 1939 PC 47
2. Tejinder Singh v. State of Punjab AIR 1970 Sc 1566

Unit-III
Character when relevant Ss. 52-55
of Documentary Evidence Ss. 61-73
Burden of Proof Ss. 101-14
Estoppel S. 115

Judgments:-
1. A.C. Jose v. Simon Pillai AIR 1984 SC 921
2. Lal Chand v. State of Haryana AIR 1984 Sc 226


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Unit-IV
Competence of Witnesses Ss. 118-20
of the examination of Witnesses Ss. 135-66
of improper admission and rejection of evidence Ss. 167

Judgments:-
1. K.A. Vish v. State of Maharashtra AIR 1971 SC 2256
2. Varkey Joseph v. State of Kerala AIR 1993 SC 1892

Suggested Readings:
Rattan Lal and Dhiraj Lal : Law of Evidence
Munir : Law of Evidence

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102
Paper-II PROFESSIONAL ETHICS, ACCOUNTANCY FOR LAWYERS
AND BAR-BENCH RELATIONS

Time: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 100
Theory: 80
Internal Asstt: 20
GUIDELINES FOR THE PAPER SETTERS

The syllabus consists of four units & the paper setter is required to set the paper as
under:

Section-A: It will consist of 10 compulsory questions of 1 mark each. Answer to each
question is to be in five lines. The paper setter is required to set not less than
two & not more than three questions from each unit. 15 Marks

Section-B: It will consist of 12 questions of five marks each. Answer to each question is
to be in 2 pages. Three questions are to be set from each unit & the
candidates are required to attempt two questions from each unit. 40 Marks

Section-C: It will consist of 4 questions of 12 marks. Answer to each question is to be
in 5 pages. One question is to be set from each unit and the candidates are
required to attempt any 2 questions. 25 Marks

Atleast two Judgments should be reflected in the paper from the syllabus.

Unit-I
Legal Profession in India-Evolution, Historical Development and Regulations

Unit-II
Advocacy & Professional Ethics
Advocates' Act, 1961 Chapter V & VI (Ss 35-45)
Bar Council of India Rules part VI & VII

Judgments:-
i) C.K. Daftri V. O.P. Gupta AIR 1971 SC 1122
ii) EMS Namboodripad V. T.L. Nambiyar AIR 1970 SC 2015

Unit-III
Contempt Law & Practice
Contempt of Courts Act, 1971
Constitutional Provisions Regardings Powers of Supreme Court and High
Courts & Houses of Parliament & State Legislatures for Punishing for their
Contempt.

Judgments:-
i) Delhi Judicial Services Association V. State of Gujrat, AIR 1991 SC
2176.
ii) In re Vinay Chandra Mishra, AIR 1995 SC 2349


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Unit-IV
20 Prescribed Opinions by Dr. Rattan Singh of the Disciplinary Committees of the
Bar Council of India.

Suggested Readings:
Krishnaswamy lyer: Professional Conduct of Advocacy
A.N. Chaturvedi: Principles & Forms of Pleadings & Conveyancing with
Advocacy & Bar Council of India - selected Judgments
Professional Ethics
N.R. Madhava Menon: Clinical Legal Education
M.P. Jain: Indian Legal History






































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PAPER-III DRAFTING, PLEADING & CONVEYANCING

Time: 3 Hrs. Max. Marks: 100
Theory: 80
Int. Ass. : 20
GUIDELINES FOR THE PAPER SETTERS
The syllabus consists of four units & the paper setter is required to set the paper as under:

Section-A: It will consist of 10 compulsory questions form Unit I, II, & III of 1 mark each.
Answer to each question is to be in five lines. The paper setter is required to set not less
than three & not more than four questions from each unit. 15 Marks

Section-B: It will consist of 12 questions from Unit I, II, & III of 5 marks each. Answer to each
question is to be in 2 pages. Four questions are to be set from each unit & the
candidates are required to attempt 8 questions attempting atleast two questions from
each unit 40 Marks

Section-C: It will consist of 3 questions from Unit I, II & III of 12 marks. Answer to each
question is to be in 5 pages. One question is to be set from each unit and the candidates
are required to attempt any two questions. 25 Marks

Unit-I
Drafting
General Principles of Drafting
Kinds of deeds
Components parts of deed
Kinds of Writs

Unit-II
Pleadings
(1) Civil: Suit for Damage for Defamation.
Written Statement of the Above
Interlocutory Applications
Petition of Winding of a Company
Affidavit
Execution Application for Final Decree
Memorandum of Appeal and Revision
Writ of Certiorari

(2) Criminal: (i) Complaints Under section 324, 504 / 506 IPC
Application for Exemption from Appearance by the Accused
Bail Application. Memo of Appeal and Revision
Unit-III

Conveyancing
(i) Sale Deed
(ii) Mortgage Deed
(iii) Lease Deed
(iv) Gift Deed
(v) Promissory Note
(vi) Power of Attorney
(vii) Will

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Unit-IV
Viva-Voce Examination
To test the understanding of legal practice relating to Drafting, Pleading &
Conveyancing

Suggested Readings:

1. A.N.Chaturvedi: Principles and Forms of Pleadings and Conveyancing with
Advocacy and Professional Ethics.
2. B.Sen: Desouzas: Forms & Precedents of Conveyancing and other
Instruments and Major Petitions to Courts.










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PAPER-IV MOOT COURT, PRE-TRIAL PREPARATIONS AND
PARTICIPATION IN TRIAL PROCEEDINGS

Max. Marks: 100
Unit-I
Moot court
Every student will do two Moot Courts of 15 Marks each. The Moot Court work
will be on assigned problems and it will be evaluated for 7 marks for written
submissions and 8 marks for oral advocacy. (30 Marks)

Unit-II
Observance of Trial in one Civil and one Criminal case
Students will maintain a record and note the various steps observed during their
attendance on different days in the Court assignment. (30 Marks)


Unit-III
Jail Visit
The students will visit the Jail once and prepare a detailed report of the same and
submit it to the department. (10 Marks)
Students will observe two interviewing sessions of clients at the Lawyers office
and record the proceedings in a diary (10 Marks)

The students will observe the preparation of documents and Court papers by the
Advocate and the procedure for filling of the suit petition and will record in a diary
(10 Marks)
Unit-IV
Viva-Voce examination on all the above three aspects (10 Marks)
Visit to High Courts/Supreme Court (optional)

Note: The Court Visit and Moot Court shall be held once each in IXth and Xth
Semester.



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PAPER-V OPT. (I) WOMEN AND LAW

Time: 3 Hrs. Max. Marks: 100

GUIDELINES FOR THE PAPER SETTERS

The syllabus consists of four units & the paper setter is required to set the paper as
under:

Section-A: It will consist of 10 compulsory questions of 2 marks each. Answer to each
question is to be in five lines. The paper setter is required to set not less than
two & not more than three questions from each unit. 20 Marks

Section-B: It will consist of 12 questions of 6 marks each. Answer to each question is to
be in 2 pages. Three questions are to be set from each unit & the candidates
are required to attempt two questions from each unit 48 Marks

Section-C: It will consist of 4 questions of 16 marks. Answer to each question is to be
in 5 pages. One question is to be set from each unit and the candidates are
required to attempt any two questions. 32 Marks

Atleast two Judgments should be reflected in the paper from the syllabus.

Unit-I
Constitutional provisions to Protect Interests of Women
Reservation for Women, Uniform Civil Code
Judgments:-
1. State of Andhra Pradesh v. Vijay Kumar, AIR 1995 Sc 1648
2. Sarla Mudgal v. Union of India, AIR 1995 SC 1531

Unit-II
Provisions in the Indian Penal code relating to Women:
SS. 493 to 498A, 304 B, 354, 366 to 366B, 375 to 376D, 509
Indecent Representation of Women (Prohibition) Act, 1986
Judgments:-
1. Visakha v. State of Rajasthan, AIR 1997 SC
2. Delhi Domestic working women's Forum v. Union of India, 1995 (1) SCC 14
3. Rupan Deol Bajaj v. KPS Gill, 1995 SCC (Cr.) 1089

Unit-III
Pre-Natal Diagnostic Techniques (Regulation and Prevention of Misuse) Act, 1994

Unit-IV
Domestic Violence Act, 2005
S R Batra v. Smt Taruna Batra, 2006 (13) SCALE 652.


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Suggested Readings:-
Amita Dhanda and : Engendering Law, Eastern Book Company, Lucknow, 1999
Archna Prashar

Lina Gonslaves : Women and the Law, Lancer Paperbacks, New Delhi, 1993

K.Kumar and Punam Rani: Offences Against Women: Socio-Legal Perspective, Regency
Publication, New Delhi, 1996

Shobha Saxena : Crimes against Women and Protective Laws

Diwan and Diwan : Women and Legal Protection



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PAPER-V OPT. (II) LAW OF HUMAN RIGHTS

Time: 3 Hrs. Max. Marks: 100

GUIDELINES FOR THE PAPER SETTERS

The syllabus consists of four units & the paper setter is required to set the paper as
under:

Section-A: It will consist of 10 compulsory questions of 2 marks each. Answer to each
question is to be in five lines. The paper setter is required to set not less than
two & not more than three questions from each unit. 20 Marks

Section-B: It will consist of 12 questions of 6 marks each. Answer to each question is to
be in 2 pages. Three questions are to be set from each unit & the candidates
are required to attempt two questions from each unit 48 Marks

Section-C: It will consist of 4 questions of 16 marks. Answer to each question is to be
in 5 pages. One question is to be set from each unit and the candidates are
required to attempt any two questions. 32 Marks

Atleast two Judgments should be reflected in the paper from the syllabus.

Unit-I Evolution of Human Rights
(a) The UN Charter and Human Rights
(b) The Universal Declaration of Human Rights and its Significance
(c) International Covenants on Human Rights

Unit-II Protection of Vulnerable Groups
Child
Rights of Women
Refugees
Stateless persons
Disabled persons
Declaration on the Rights of Mentally Retarded Persons 1971

Unit-III Prevention of Inhuman Acts
Genocide
Torture
Slavery and Slave Trade
Forced Labour
Traffic in human beings and Prostitution

Unit-IV
Judicial Activism and Protection of Human Rights in India
Role of Non-Governmental Organizations in the Promotion and Protection of Human
Rights
The Protection of Human Rights Act 1993


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Suggested Readings:

Paras Diwan and Peeyushi Diwan: Human Rights and the Law- Universal and Indian
Deep & Deep Publications, New Delhi, 1996

P.S. Jaswal and Nishtha Jaswal: Human Rights and the Law
APH Publishing Co., New Delhi, 1996

B.P.S. Sehgal (ed.): Human Rights in India: Problems and Perspectives
Deep & Deep Publications, New Delhi, 1995

G.S. Bajwa: Human Rights in India: Implementation and Violations,
Anmol Publications, New Delhi

K.C. Joshi: International Law and Human Rights






































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PAPER-V OPT. (III) TAXATION LAW -II

Time: 3 Hrs. Max. Marks: 100

GUIDELINES FOR THE PAPER SETTERS

The syllabus consists of four units & the paper setter is required to set the paper as
under:

Section-A: It will consist of 10 compulsory questions of 2 marks each. Answer to each
question is to be in five lines. The paper setter is required to set not less than
two & not more than three questions from each unit. 20 Marks

Section-B: It will consist of 12 questions of 6 marks each. Answer to each question is to
be in 2 pages. Three questions are to be set from each unit & the candidates
are required to attempt two questions from each unit 48 Marks

Section-C: It will consist of 4 questions of 16 marks. Answer to each question is to be
in 5 pages. One question is to be set from each unit and the candidates are
required to attempt any two questions. 32 Marks

Atleast two Judgments should be reflected in the paper from the syllabus.

Unit-I
Punjab Value Added Tax, 2005
1. Definitions under VAT
2. Registration and Cancellation of Registration
3. Filing of Returns
4. Payment and Mode of Payment of Taxes
5. Input Tax Credit

Judgments:-
1. Steel Authority of India Ltd. V. State of Punjab, 1994 PHT 265
2. J.K. Synthetics Ltd. V. CTO, 1994 PHT 450

Unit-II
1. Assessment of Tax and Rectification of Order.
2. Recovery of Tax
3. Appeals and Revision
4. Penal Provisions

Judgments:-
1. Daulat Ram and Company, Amritsar v. State of Punjab, 1996 RTC 2312
2. Saleg Ram Dal v. State of U.P. DHT Vol. 9 (1997) p.27


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Unit-III
CST Act, 1956
1. Defer Items, Dealer, Place of Business Sale, Sale Price (Sec. 2)
2. Formulation of Principles for Delivering when a Sale or Purchase takes Place
outside a State or in Center of Import Export (Sec. 3,4,5)
3. Liability to tax on Inter state Sale (Sec. 6)
Judgments:-
1. Collector Land Acquisition V. Master Kateps, 21 STL 82 (SC)
2. Shree Bhawani Cotton Mills V. State of Punjab, 1995 PWT 160

Unit-IV

CST Act, 1956
1. Registration of Dealers Sec.7
2. Amendment of Certificate and cancellation of Certificate 74 (b)
3. Declared goods Sec. 14
4. Penal Provisions Sec. 8-10

Judgments:-
1. Union of India v. Kamlakhi Finance Corporation Ltd.1998 11 PHT 193 (SC)
2. Brij Bassi Hitech Udyog Ltd., v. State of Punjab 1997 10 PHT 122 (P & H)

Suggested Readings:

1. Commentary on VAT Act. & Rules.
2. Value Added Tax, 2005
3. Value Added Rules, 2005




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PAPER-V OPT. (IV) ELECTION LAW

Time: 3 Hrs. Max. Marks: 100

GUIDELINES FOR THE PAPER SETTERS

The syllabus consists of four units & the paper setter is required to set the paper as
under:

Section-A: It will consist of 10 compulsory questions of 2 marks each. Answer to each
question is to be in five lines. The paper setter is required to set not less than
two & not more than three questions from each unit. 20 Marks

Section-B: It will consist of 12 questions of 6 marks each. Answer to each question is to
be in 2 pages. Three questions are to be set from each unit & the candidates
are required to attempt two questions from each unit 48 Marks

Section-C: It will consist of 4 questions of 16 marks. Answer to each question is to be
in 5 pages. One question is to be set from each unit and the candidates are
required to attempt any two questions. 32 Marks

Atleast two Judgments should be reflected in the paper from the syllabus.

Unit-I
Election Commission: Powers & Functions
Offences against Elections under Indian Penal Code, 1860

Judgments:-
Charan Lal Sahu v. Giani Zail Singh AIR 1984 SC 309
Trilochan Singh v. Karpal Singh AIR 1968 Pb. 416

Unit-II
Elections of Municipal Corporations, Municipal Committees
Panchayats & their Disputes
Electoral Reforms

Judgments:-
Rishi Kumar Gupta v. Nanumal Yadav AIR 1976 All. 365
Ram Sarup v. State of Pb. AIR 1964 Pb. 62

Unit-III
Disputes regarding elections under RPA 1951

Judgments:-
Rajendra Singh v. Smt. Usha Rani 1984 SC 956
Kumari Shardha Devi v. K.C. Pant AIR 1984 SC 382






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Unit-IV
Electoral Offences
Bye-Elections

Judgments:-
Chanda Singh v. Ch. Shiv Ram AIR 1975 SC 404
Nand Lal v. Elections Commission of India AIR 1934 Raj. 84

Suggested Readings:

M.M. Dube Elections Law and Procedure
& K.L. Jainsco

N.S. Gehlot Elections and Electoral Administrations in India

Rameshwar Dial Elections Law

B.A. Masodkar The Supreme Court on Election Law

D.D. Basu 1) Shorter Constitutions of India
2) Commentary on the Constitution of India

The Representation of Peoples Act 1951






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PAPER-V OPT. (V) CRIMINOLOGY AND PENOLOGY

Time: 3 Hrs. Max. Marks: 100

GUIDELINES FOR THE PAPER SETTERS

The syllabus consists of four units & the paper setter is required to set the paper as
under:

Section-A: It will consist of 10 compulsory questions of 2 marks each. Answer to each
question is to be in five lines. The paper setter is required to set not less than
two & not more than three questions from each unit. 20 Marks

Section-B: It will consist of 12 questions of 6 marks each. Answer to each question is to
be in 2 pages. Three questions are to be set from each unit & the candidates
are required to attempt two questions from each unit 48 Marks

Section-C: It will consist of 4 questions of 16 marks. Answer to each question is to be
in 5 pages. One question is to be set from each unit and the candidates are
required to attempt any two questions. 32 Marks

Unit-I
Nature, Scope and Objectives of Criminology
Relationship with Criminal Law
Schools of Criminology

Unit-II
Methods of Studying Crime and Criminals
Crime Causation: Physiological Psychological and Sociological, Economic,
Mental, Family and Mass Media
Probation of offenders Act, 1958
Parole: Meaning, Principles, Distinction with Probation, Supervision during
parole

Unit-III
While collar crimes
Juvenile Delinquency, Main Features Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of
Children) Act, 2000 with amendments of 2006
Capital Punishment, Desirability, Judicial attitude in India as to imposition

Unit-IV
Victimology
Compensation to victim and other Remedial Measures
Role of NHRC in Providing Compensation to Victom

Suggested Readings:

Sutherland: Principles of Criminology
Ahmed Siddique: Criminology: Problems and Perspectives
J.P.S. Sirohi: Criminology and Criminal Administration
V.N. Paranjape: Criminology and Penology

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PAPER-V (opt.vi) DISABILITY LAW AND THE HUMAN RIGHTS

Time Allowed: 3 Hours Max. Marks: 100

GUIDELINES FOR THE PAPER SETTERS

The syllabus consists of four units & the paper setter is required to set the paper as
under:

Section-A: It will consist of 10 compulsory questions of 2 marks each. Answer to each
question is to be in five lines. The paper setter is required to set not less than
two & not more than three questions from each unit. 20 Marks

Section-B: It will consist of 12 questions of 6 marks each. Answer to each question is to
be in 2 pages. Three questions are to be set from each unit & the candidates
are required to attempt two questions from each unit 48 Marks

Section-C: It will consist of 4 questions of 16 marks. Answer to each question is to be
in 5 pages. One question is to be set from each unit and the candidates are
required to attempt any two questions. 32 Marks

Unit I
Concept Perspective
Special Laws and Policies for Persons with Disabilities
Disability question in jurisprudence discourse:-
The equality
Justice
Welfare models

Unit II
Human Rights approach to Disability
Principles for the protection of persons with mental illness and improvement of mental
health care.
Standard Rules on Equalisation of Opportunities for Persons with Disability, 1993 Mental
Health Act, 1993
Draft Convention on Disability

Unit III
Provisions in International and Regional Documents on Human Rights relation to:
Non-discrimination
Life
Standard of Living
Health
Education
Work and Social Security
International Norms for Protection of Disabled
UN General Assembly Declaration on the Rights of Disabled Persons, 1975
Declaration on Mentally Retarded Persons, 1971
Resolutions on the Rights of the Disabled Persons Adopted by the Coordination
Committee of National Institutions for promotion and Protection of Human Rights, 1993

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Unit IV
Disability:
Marginalization
Oppression and Discrimination
Accessibility to built Environment and Transport
Access to Education
Equality of Opportunity in Employment
Vulnerability to Violence

References:
1. Dr. G.N. Karna, United States and Rights of Disabled Persons
2. U.N. Declaration on the Rights of Persons with Disability
3. The Persons with Disability Act, 1995