Bachelor of Law- LLB (Hons)

Programme Overview

Duration: 3 Years | Programme Code: 060201

This course familiarizes students intimately with the teaching methodologies and legal research of both national and international characters keeping in view the different types of legal systems, especially in Common Law traditions as well as Civil Law system as practiced in India. It enables students capable of analyzing and examining the economic, cultural and political impact of enacted laws. The course fosters study and research into legal theory and values; examines the relationship between theory and practice; and enhance opportunities for scholarly research, writing, and publication.

Programme Educational Objectives

  • To provide the best education, training and knowledge resources for the preparation of the legal minds and professionals of tomorrow.
  • To develop talented individuals with fully developed theoretical and practical knowledge of the law as well as excellent leadership capabilities to provide quality service to all, in all spheres of endeavor and in all circumstances.
  • To provide students breadth, expertise and a foundation for professional practice.
  • To develop fundamental in-depth knowledge and understanding of: the principles, concepts, values, substantive rules and development of the Indian legal system and core areas of business law.
  • To provide our graduates with self-confidence, knowledge, understanding and skills that will provide added benefit to them as individuals, to the legal profession and to society as a whole.

Programme Outcome

  • Develop a deepened understanding of law in a variety of contexts.
  • Critically engage with the role of law in managerial practice.
  • 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.
  • Develop the ability to analyze, articulate and write on the subject

Programme Highlights

The objectives of the Bachelor of Laws (LLB) program at GDGU are to enable students to gain an understanding of basic legal concepts and legal institutions and of the historical, social, political and economic factors influencing their development. Upon completion of the LLB, students will be able to identify, use and evaluate the concepts, principles, rules and methods used in legal argument and will have developed oral and written skills, especially of legal argument, legal research and critical analysis. Students will have gained an understanding of concepts of justice, a concern to promote justice and an appreciation of their professional responsibilities.

Career Avenues

Central/State Government jobs are open to Lawyers. They can be appointed as Judges of various courts, as Attorney and Solicitor General, as Public Prosecutor and also in Defense, Tax and Labour departments. Lawyer can also work as legal counsel and legal advisers for international firms, organizations and families. They also can work with legal consultancy firms dealing with tax, excise, patent, labour and environmental laws.

Entry Requirements

Graduation in any field from a UGC recognized university. In addition, candidates will also have to successfully complete Goenka Aptitude Test for Admission (GATA) and a personal interview.

Course Structure

LLB (Hons) :

All Modules in this Semester are core and compulsory

Codes Pre-Requisite LTP Per Week Credits
SLL 1701Law of Tort4-0-0 4
SLL 1702Law of Contract4-0-0 4
SLL 2705 Constitutional Law-I 4-0-0 4
SLL 2707 Public International Law 4-0-0 4
SLL 3711Family Law-I4-0-0 4
SLL 3712Jurisprudence4-0-0 4

LLB (Hons) :

All Modules in this Semester are core and compulsory

Codes Paper Title LTP Per Week Credits
SLL 1703 Law of Crimes Paper I (Penal Code) 4-0-0 4
SLL 1704 Special Contracts 4-0-0 4
SLL 2708 Constitutional Law-II 4-0-0 4
SLL 2710 Property Law 4-0-0 4
SLL 3716 Family Law-II 4-0-0 4
SLO 3701 Intellectual Property Rights 4-0-0 4

LLB (Hons) :

Codes Paper Title LTP Per Week Credits
SLL 3714 Company Law - I4-0-0 4
SLL 3713 Law of Evidence 4-0-0 4
SLL 2706Law of Crimes Paper II (Cr.P.C.) 4-0-0 4
SLL 4719 Labour and Industrial Laws-I 4-0-0 4
SLC 4701 Alternate Dispute Resolution 4-0-0 4
Honours 1of 1 4-0-0 4
Honours 2 of 1 4-0-0 4

LLB (Hons) :

Codes Paper Title LTP Per Week Credits
SLL 3717 Civil Procedure Code and Limitation Act 4-0-0 4
SLL 3715 Company Law - II 4-0-0 4
SLL 4720 Labour and Industrial Laws-II4-0-0 4
SLO 4703Cyber Law4-0-0 4
SLO 4704Interpretation of Statutes 4-0-0 4
Honours 3 of 1 4-0-0 4
Honours 4 of 14-0-0 4

LLB (Hons) :

Codes Paper Title LTP Per Week Credits
SLL 4718Administrative Law0-4-0 4
SLC 5502 Moot Court Exercise & Internship 0-4-0 4
SLC 5503 Drafting, Pleading & Conveyancing0-4-0 4
SLO 5705Conflict of Laws 4-0-0 4
SLO 5706 Consumer and Competition Law 4-0-0 4
Honours 1 of 24-0-0 4
Honours 1 of 2 4-0-0 4

LLB (Hons) :

Codes Paper Title LTP Per Week Credits
SLL 5721Principles of Taxation Law 4-0-0 4
SLC 5704 Professional Ethics & Professional Accounting System 4-0-0 4
SLO 5506 Seminar Course 0-4-0 4
SLL 2709 Environmental Law4-0-0 4
Honours 3 of 2 4-0-0 4
Honours 4 of 24-0-0 4
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