COURSE OF STUDY: (5 YRS. B.A. LL.B.)

The duration of the course leading to B.A LL.B integrated Double degree course combined Bachelor’s degree course in Arts together with the Bachelor’s Degree course in Law. The Duration of B.A. LL.B shall be 5 academic years consisting of 10 semesters. Each academic year comprises of Two Semesters and each semester shall consist of 18 weeks.

 

ELIGIBILITY FOR ADMISSION:  

  1. Any candidate who has passed examination in 10 +2 or 11+1 course recognized by the educational authorities by the Central or State Governments or posses such academic qualification which are considered to be equivalent to 10 +2 or 11+1 course shall be eligible for admission.
  2. A candidate who fulfills the above qualification should have scored at least 45% marks for Gen/OBC & 40% in case of SC/ ST in aggregate at the qualifying examination.

 

SYLLABUS PRESCRIBED FOR 5 YEARS LL.B DEGREE COURSE

I Semester II Semester
English -I-Compulsory Kannada /Special English- Compulsory
Political Science – I-Major Political Science – II-Major
Elements of Research-Compulsory Economics – I- Minor (II)
Sociology – I/Kannada I-Minor (I)  
   
III Semester IV Semester
Political Science – III-Major Political Science –V- Major
Political Science – IV-Major Political Science –VI-Major
Economics II-Minor (II) Sociology – III/Kannada III- Minor (I)
Sociology – II/Kannada II-Minor (I) Economics –III-Minor (II)
   
V Semester VI Semester
Constitution Law Contract- II
Contract- I Company Law
Law of Torts Property Law
Family Law – I  (Hindu Law) Administrative Law
Criminal Law – I ( IPC) Family Law- II (Mohd.Law, Indian Succ. Act)
VII Semester VIII Semester
Jurisprudence Public International Law
Labour Law Opt I- Human Rights Law & Practice/Insurance Law
Law of Taxation Opt II- Banking Law/ Right to Information
Criminal Law II ( CRPC , JJ Act, P.O Act) Clinical Course II- ADRs
Clinical Course-I (Prof. Ethics & Prof. Acct Sys)  
IX Semester X Semester
Civil Procedure Code & Limitation Ac Law of Evidence
Opt III- Intellectual Property Rights- I /Penology & Victimology Environmental Law
Opt. IV- Interpretation  of Statues & Principles of Legislation / Competition Law Opt V- Intellectual Property Rights- II/ White Collar Crimes
Clinical Course III-  Drafting , Pleading  and Conveyance Opt VI- Land Law/ Law relating to International Trade Economics
  Clinical Course IV- Moot Court Exercise and Internship