This three-year integrated programme has distinct objective of preparing young minds with knowledge, skills and attitude so as to make them proficient of efficaciously meeting the present necessities and to combat future challenges in legal profession. The courses are intended to impart intensive knowledge and training in management to have an overview in different subjects like Humanities, Social Science etc. and a comprehensive understanding of legal subjects through Moot Court exercises, Clinical work, Client interviewing & Counselling, Practical session in Procedural laws, lectures in Substantive laws etc. The objective is to make students efficient to handle managerial responsibilities as well as to become a competent legal practitioner. A vision and unique approach of School of Legal Studies has been emerged as an innovative institution. School of Legal Studies adopts a progressive teaching methodology which makes the teaching and learning process systematic, transparent, research-based, result-oriented and student- friendly.
Law of Contract , Law of Torts , Family Law ( Hindu Law & Mohammedan Law ), Constitutional Law of India ,Law of Crimes, Law relating to Transfer of Property and Easement , Land Laws, Company Law, Labour Laws, Administrative Law, Taxation Law , Law of Evidence Act,1872, The Code of Criminal Procedure 1973,The Code of Civil Procedure 1908, Juvenile Justice Act 2015 and Probation of Offenders Act,1958 , Law of Limitation,1963. Arbitration, Conciliation and Alternative Disputes Resolution System , Profession Ethics ,Lawyers Accountability and Bar- Bench Relations, Public Interest Lawyering, Legal Aid and Para Legal Services, Environmental Law, Public International Law and Human Rights ; Criminology and Penology and Victimology, Trust, Equity, Fiduciary Relationship , Legal Languages , Legal Writing, Interpretation of Statues, Drafting , Pleading, Conveyancing and Moot Court Trial. Students can do specialization in Criminal law / Constitutional law / Human Rights law / International laws etc.
Bar Council of India in a survey had found that there is a great demand of skilled lawyers. Law students after successful completion of the programme can appear in various competitive examinations conducted by the Public/State Service Commission or different high courts and can become a Judicial Officer. A law graduate can also become a Pleader / Public Prosecutor / Attorney General / Advocate General / Solicitor General. A good lawyer can work in ministry, government departments and various legal advice organizations, LPOs etc. In due course of time one can have specialization as Criminal Lawyer, Civil Litigation Lawyer, Legal Analyst, Document drafting Lawyer, Legal Journalist, Legal Advisor, General Counsel in Banks and Business Houses.
The candidate should have completed undergraduate degree from a recognised University with minimum aggregate of 50%.
|First Year Fee||Rs.1,40,000/-|