Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Law- BA LLB (Hons)

Programme Overview

Duration: 5 years | Programme Code: 060401

This course provides insights into the policy initiatives within the framework of the constitution and integrates legal studies with aspects of governance. The course is designed not only with the objective of encompassing knowledge of law but also to teach subjects like English, Sociology, Economic, Political Science and History. These courses help to understand how central and state governments function and how legislations are enacted and enforced. The students get a strong footing for undertaking professional legal education and to have a competitive acumen.

Programme Educational Objectives

  • To equip students with a sound understanding of the foundations of legal knowledge.
  • To offer students the opportunity to study law from an extensive catalogue of optional subjects, covering the entire range of legal knowledge.
  • To develop students’ analytical and research skills, equipping them with the generic skills they will need in their future careers.
  • To expose students to a wide range of disciplinary approaches to legal study, encouraging them to reflect on the complexity of legal practice.

Programme Outcome

  • Develop a depened understanding of law in a variety of contexts.
  • Display the ability to deal with different types of legal issues and laws.
  • Apply critical and contextual approaches across a wide variety of subject matter.
  • Acquire necessary knowledge that is a pre-requisite to obtain Bar Council registration.
  • Analyze and understand changes in regard to rule of law, economic reforms, human rights, women’s rights, rights of children, elderly, sick and disadvantaged segments of the population.

Programme Highlights

The course is administered by highly qualified and experienced faculty members who have their evident exposure at home and abroad. Class-size is kept small to ensure personal care with professional touch. Moot court, Law Club, Debate Club, etc enhance the extra-curricular activities of the students. These activities enable students develop their thinking and analytical skills and significantly contributes to the development of general skills in preparation for life and work.

Career Avenues

Students can make professional choices in a number of fields. Possible career paths include advocacy, research, policy making and judicial services. Career options also available in the corporate houses, public sector and government, community relations, civil society etc.

Entry Requirements

10+2 from CBSE or equivalent examination. In addition, candidates will also have to successfully complete Goenka Aptitude Test for Admission (GATA) and a personal interview.

Course Structure

BALLB (Hons) :

All Modules in this Semester are core and compulsory

Codes Pre-Requisite LTP Per Week Credits
SLE 1701 English Paper I: Law and Language 4-0-0 4
PSC 1709 Political Science-I (Political Theory) 4-0-0 4
SCG 1719 Introduction to Sociology 4-0-0 4
ECO 1727 Economics-I(Principles of Economics) 3-1-0 4
SLL 1701 Law of Tort 4-0-0 4
SLL 1702 Law of Contract 4-0-0 4

BALLB (Hons) :

All Modules in this Semester are core and compulsory

Codes Paper Title LTP Per Week Credits
SLE 1702 English Paper II: L P C Skills 4-0-0 4
PSC 1702 Political Science-II (History of Indian Political System) 4-0-0 4
PSY 1705 Psychology of Life 4-0-0 4
ECO 1728 Economics-II(Business Economics) 3-1-0 4
SLL 1703 Law of Crimes Paper I (Penal Code) 4-0-0 4
SLL 1704 Special Contracts 4-0-0 4

BALLB (Hons) :

All Modules in this Semester are core and compulsory

Codes Paper Title LTP Per Week Credits
PSC 2703 Political Science-III (Public Policy and Administration in India) 4-0-0 4
SLA 2708 Law and Society 4-0-0 4
SLL 2705 Constitutional Law-I 4-0-0 3
SLL 2706 Law of Crimes Paper II (Cr.P.C.) 4-0-0 3
SLL 2707 Public International Law 4-0-0 4
  Inter Disciplinary Project   3

BALLB (Hons) :

All Modules in this Semester are core and compulsory

Codes Paper Title LTP Per Week Credits
PSC 2704 Political Science-IV (International Relations) 4-0-0 4
ECO 3729 Economics-III (Public Economics) 3-1-0 3
SLL 2708 Constitutional Law-II 4-0-0 4
SLL 2709 Environmental Law 4-0-0 4
SLL 2710 Property Law 4-0-0 4
  Inter Disciplinary Project   3

BALLB (Hons) :

All Modules in this Semester are core and compulsory

Codes Paper Title LTP Per Week Credits
PSC 3704 Political Science-V (International Organizations) 4-0-0 4
SLL 3711 Family Law-I 4-0-0 4
SLL 3712 Jurisprudence 4-0-0 4
SLL 3713 Law of Evidence 4-0-0 4
SLL 3714 Company Law I 4-0-0 4
  Inter Disciplinary Project   3

BALLB (Hons) :

All Modules in this Semester are core and compulsory

Codes Paper Title LTP Per Week Credits
PSC 3706 Political Science-VI (Feminism and Indian Politics) 4-0-0 4
SLL 3715 Company Law II 4-0-0 4
SLL 3716 Family Law-II 4-0-0 4
SLL 3717 Civil Procedure Code and Limitation Act 4-0-0 4
SLO 3701 Intellectual Property Rights 4-0-0 4
  Inter Disciplinary Project   4

BALLB (Hons) :

3 Modules are core and compulsory to earn 9 credits. Rest 9 credits can be earned choosing either of the given 4 specializations of law. Once chosen the same specialization shall be carried till the last semester

Codes Paper Title LTP Per Week Credits
FRE 1503 Foreign Language - French 4-0-0 4
SLL 4718 Administrative Law 4-0-0 4
SLL 4719 Labour and Industrial Laws-I 4-0-0 4
SLC 4701  Alternate Dispute Resolution 4-0-04  4
Honours 1 of 1 4-0-0 4
Honours 2 of 1 4-0-0 4

BALLB (Hons) :

3 Modules are core and compulsory to earn 9 credits. Rest 9 credits can be earned through the specialization chosen in Semester 7

Codes Paper Title LTP Per Week Credits
SLL 4720 Labour and Industrial Laws-II 4-0-0 4
SLO 4703 Cyber Law 4-0-0 4
SLO 4704 Interpretation of Statutes 4-0-0 4
  Honours 3 of 1 4-0-0 
Honours 4 of 1 4-0-0 4
Inter Disciplinary Project 3

BALLB (Hons) :

3 Modules are core and compulsory to earn 9 credits. Rest 9 credits can be earned through the specialization chosen in Semester 7

Codes Paper Title LTP Per Week Credits
SLC 5502 Moot Court Exercise & Internship 0-4-0 4
SLC 5703 Drafting: Pleading & Conveyancing 0-4-0 4
SLO 5705 Conflict of Laws 4-0-0/td> 4
SLO 5706 Consumer and Competition Law 4-0-0
Honours 1 of 2 4-0-0 4
Honours 2 of 2 4-0-0 4

BALLB (Hons) :

3 Modules are core and compulsory to earn 9 credits. Rest 9 credits can be earned through the specialization chosen in Semester 7

Codes Paper Title LTP Per Week Credits
SLL 5721 Principles of Taxation Laws 4-0-0 4
SLC 5704 Professional Ethics & Professional Accounting System 4-0-0 4
SLO 5506 Seminar Course 0-4-0 4
  Honours 3 of 2 4-0-0 4
Honours 4 of 2 4-0-0 4