BA LL.B. (Hons.) (Option to choose from 10 specializations)

DETAILS

Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Legislative Law (BA + LL.B. (Hons.) professional integrated degree of arts with a profound knowledge of the law gives a double boost to the career of students aspiring to join the legal fraternity. The subjects covered under the arts include Sociology, History, and Political Science in correlation with legal subjects of Criminal Law, Civil Law, Administrative Law, Constitutional Law and Labour Laws under the proficient guidance of highly qualified faculty members. Choose from 10 specialisations (Specialisation based on CGPA of IV / VI semesters)

Duration

Duration of Program

5 Years (10 Semesters)

Seats

Seats

240

Co-Delivered courses by Partner Industries

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UPES’ curriculum framework is holistic in its overall structure and yet focuses on the individual need of the student to discover, experience, explore and challenge. Along with the core subject, students have the option to choose from subject-focused specialisations. They are also allowed to choose minor/exploratory subject from other schools at UPES that are: School of Engineering, School of Computer Science, School of Law, School of Business, School of Health Sciences, School of Design, School of Modern Media, and School of Liberal Studies.

Further, based on the multifaceted needs of the global workplace and evolving lifestyles, the curriculum offers Signature and Life-Skills courses through School for Life. To round off this learning experience, students are required to do mandatory internships in the social sector, government/public sector, and industry. The combinations available for students to pick and choose from are endless, ensuring both depth and width of knowledge.

Details

Constitution Law

BA + LL.B with specialisation in Constitution Law is a five-year program that offers domain-specific subjects ranging from Making the Indian Constitution, Jurisprudential Approach to Constitution to Comparative Federalism, and Legislative Relations. Drawing heavily from the rulings made in the Supreme Court, it is designed to preserve the relationships between state and federal governments and protect the rights of the individual. Furthermore, Constitution Law enables the students to become better citizens by sensitising them about concepts that are the basis of a civilised society.

Criminal Law

BA + LL.B with specialisation in Criminal Law is a 5-year integrated law degree program – the first two years of the program focus primarily on arts and the last three on law subjects. The Criminal Law program prepares students for both national as well as international criminal justice systems. It has both classroom teaching as well as practical components like moot courts, law internships, workshops, guest lectures, national and international academic events, legal debates, and interaction with legal luminaries.

Corporate Law

BA + LL.B with specialisation in Corporate Law integrated course trains students in two different fields – commerce and legislative regulations – as a comprehensive concept for five years duration. The Corporate Law program provides students with a vast knowledge of business, commerce and law subjects that are crucial in the professional world such as Business Statistics, Business Communication, Auditing, Economics, as well as Law of Contract, Law of Taxation, Media Law, Competition Law, Corporate Law, International Trade Law, Corporate Finance, Investment Law, Corporate Restructuring, and the likes.

Taxation Law

BA + LL.B with specialisation in Taxation Law five-year undergraduate program is customized to give students comprehensive exposure to law, commerce, and tax. The Taxation Law course is delivered by a blend of full-time faculties, industry fellows, and workshops by taxation experts. The university also facilitates internships in consultancies and law firms, which not only expose students to industry experience and practical aspects of law but also expedite early placements.

Intellectual Property Rights

Through BA + LL.B with specialisation in Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) course, students will be able to demonstrate conceptual knowledge in core areas of computer science, integrated knowledge of legal principles and computer science, and exhibit skills in practices and procedures of Intellectual Property Law. In Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) program, students will take several non-law papers, core law subjects as well as honours papers. One formidable strength of UPES School of Law is the broad and diverse range of elective modules that allows students to pursue their interest in a particular field of law.

Energy & Environment Law

Within the sustainable development framework, the interdisciplinary approach of lawyers combined with the essential knowledge of how the energy sector influences the environment is important.

Subjects include Sustainable Energy and Environment Protection, Nuclear Energy Laws and Sustainable Development, International Environmental Law, Energy Law and Policy Governance in International Scenario, Climate Change and Energy Transition: The National and International Legal Framework, and Legal Framework of Indian Oil and Gas Sector.

This unique specialisation at the undergraduate level gives students exposure to both environment and energy law, and how they influence each other. Knowledge of the intersectionality between the two will add value to the strong foundations of their carrier ahead as Energy Lawyers. Students of this specialisation will be able to contribute to Energy Policy Research, Energy Sector Legal Advisory and Compliance with Safety and Environmental Laws apart from General Litigation and other options of law professionals.

Banking & Insolvency Law

BA + LL.B with specialisation in Banking, Finance and Insurance Law course is designed to train students in the intricacies of the law as well as financial markets, making them proficient in all basic law subjects such as constitutional law, criminal law, and international law. In addition to these, it has an in-depth focus on laws related to banking, finance and insurance, the pillars of modern economies, and regulatory bodies related to these fields such as the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI), Reserve Bank of India (RBI), Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (IRDAI), Competition Commission of India (CCI), and Pension Fund Regulatory and Development Authority (PFRDA).

Investment and Trade Law

BA + LL.B with specialisation in International Trade and Investment Law is a 5-year full-time course, which explores the role of international economic law in the contemporary global economy. International Trade and Investment Law provides an overview of the legal foundations of the global economy and the regulatory frameworks governing international trade and investment relations.

The emphasis of the course is on how international trade economics interacts with domestic investment law and cross-border investment law keeping in view MNCs as well as other state and non-state actors.

Disruptive Technologies Law

The Hons. specialisation in Disruptive Technologies Law helps students to explore legal issues surrounding the development and deployment of technologies, which have the potential to disrupt established industries and ways of doing things. The course will cover topics such as Legal Framework on Metaverse and Block Chain, Drone Laws, AI & Intelligence Robotics Law, Cyber Security, Data Privacy and Law relating to OTT/Social Media, Laws on Connected and Autonomous Vehicles, and Smart Cities. It will also include the social and ethical implications of disruptive technologies and the role of law in addressing these issues.

Students of this specialisation will gain an understanding of the legal framework within which disruptive technologies operate as well as the ways in which law can shape the development and impact of these technologies.

Industrial Relations and Constitution Law

The Hons. specialisation in Industrial Relations Law and the Constitution covers the complex legal aspects emerging out of the interdependence and interactions of the state, the employer, and the employee. It attempts to offer a wholesome understanding of labour issues and industrial aspects along with the constitutional and legal protections available to labour. The branch of labour/industrial laws impacts the lives and rights of a huge population. It puts the three stakeholders i.e., the state, the labour/worker, and the employer/entrepreneur at the fulcrum of the discussion and attempts to create a win-win situation for all three, making special emphasis on labour as the vulnerable section.

Students of this specialisation will gain an understanding of the legal framework and contribute to policy research and industrial consultancy, litigation, and labour law advisory apart from general areas of law.

Labour Law

  • Legal Advisor
  • Legal Assistant
  • Legal Manager
  • Documentation and Legal Writer
  • Pursue Masters
  • Doctoral Programs

Energy Law

  • Legal Advisor
  • Legal Assistant
  • Legal Manager
  • Documentation and Legal Writer
  • Pursue Masters
  • Doctoral Programs

Criminal Law

  • Legal Advisor
  • Legal Assistant
  • Bureaucrat
  • Legal Action Activist
  • Legal Manager
  • Documentation and Legal Writer
  • Pursue Masters
  • Doctoral Programs

Constitution Law

  • Advocate/Lawyer
  • Law Writer
  • Legal Assistant
  • Assistant Magistrate
  • Legal Office Manager
  • Law Compliance Officer
  • Legal Associate
  • Assistant Registrar
  • Professor

Corporate Law

  • Business Consultant
  • Management Accountant
  • Advocate/Lawyer
  • Attorney General
  • Law Reporter
  • Deputy Legal Advisor
  • Assistant Advisor

Banking, Insurance and Finance

  • Bank Consultant
  • Financial Analyst
  • Advocate/Lawyer
  • Attorney General
  • Law Reporter
  • Deputy Legal Advisor
  • Assistant Advisor

International Trade and Investment Law

  • Legal Consultant              
  • Academician
  • Advisor, Dispute Settlement
  • Researcher
  • Lawyer

Taxation Law

  • Legal Consultant
  • Tax Counsel   
  • Academician
  • Advisor, Dispute Settlement
  • Researcher
  • Tax Consultant

Media and Entertainment Law

  • Intellectual Property Lawyer
  • Litigation Lawyer
  • Legal Advisor
  • Entertainment Lawyer  
  • Document Drafting Lawyer
  • Independent Lawyer
  • Digital Forensics               
  • Corporate Lawyer

Legal Compliance and Secretarial Practice

  • Academician
  • Advisor, Dispute Settlement
  • Researcher
  • Lawyer
  • Assistant Manager
  • Associate Advocate
  • Legal Counsel/Officer

Food, Health and Environment

  • Advocate/Lawyer
  • Attorney General
  • Law Reporter
  • Legal Advisor
  • Law Officer
  • Teacher/Lecturer

Forensic Science and Law

  • Advocate/Lawyer
  • Attorney General
  • Law Reporter
  • Legal Advisor
  • Law Officer
  • Teacher/Lecturer

Medicine, Health, and Law

  • Advocate/Lawyer
  • Attorney General
  • Law Reporter
  • Legal Advisor
  • Assistant Advisor
  • Law Officer
  • Public Prosecutor

Digital Innovation and Law

  • Legal Assistant
  • Digital Innovation Officer
  • Consultant
  • Associate Officer
  • External Consultant
  • Lecturer or Professor
  • Associate Project Advisor
  • BA.LL.B(Hons) Criminal Law
  • APO
  • APP
  • Judiciary
  • Litigation
  • CBI Court
  • JAG dept. of Defense
  • law firms
  • BA.LL.B(Hons) Labor Law
  • Judiciary
  • Litigation
  • Labour Court
  • JAG dept. of Defense
  • Legal Depts of Industries
  • Corporate legal division
  • law firms etc.

Minimum 50% Marks in class X and XII.

ULSAT / CLAT /LSAT- India / Board Marks/ CUET

SEMESTER I

 

Subject Code Subject Credits
CLCC 1002 Law of Contract I 4
CLCC 1006 Law of Tort and Consumer Protection Laws 4
CLNL 1035 Law and Economics 3
CLNL 1036 History 3
CLNL 1037 Political Science-I 3
SLLS 0102 Learning how to learn 2
SLLS 0101 Living Conversation 2
TOTAL   21

 

  

SEMESTER II

 

Subject Code Subject Credits
CLCC 1004 Law of Contract II 4
CLCC 1001 Legal Methods and Legal Reasoning 3
CLNL 1014 Business Economics-I (Micro) 3
CLNL 1032 Legal History 3
CLNL 1038 Political Science-II 3
SLLS 0103 Leadership and Teamwork 2
SLSG 0101 Critical Thinking and Writing 3
TOTAL   21

 

  

SEMESTER III

Subject Code Subject Credits
CLCC 2001 Constitutional Law I 4
CLCC 2002 Law of Crimes I: Indian Penal Code 4
CLCC 2010 Family Law I 4
ECON 2021 Business Economics II (Macro) 3
CLNL 2005 World History 3
CLNL 2031 Political Science III 3
SLLS 2001 Social Internship 0
SLLS 0201 Design Thinking 2
SLSG 0201 Ethical Leadership in the 21st Century 3
TOTAL   26

 

  

SEMESTER IV

 

Subject Code Subject Credits
CLCC 2005 Constitutional Law II 4
CLCC 2012 Law of Crimes II: CrPC 4
CLCC 2013 Family Law II 4
CLCC 2008 Law of Evidence 4
SLLS 0202 Working With Data 2
SLSG 0202 Environment and Sustainability - Himalaya Fellowship 3
  Program Elective I 3
BAPP 2010 Poverty and Indian Agriculture  
BAPP 2009 Economics of Public Policy  
ECON 2022 Indian Economy  
ECON 2023 Introduction to Public Economics  
TOTAL   24

 

  

SEMESTER V

 

Subject Code Subject Credits
CLCC 3008 Labour Law I 3
CLCC 3001 Company Law I 4
CLCC 3035 Code of Civil Procedure & Limitation Act 4
CLCC 3036 Environmental Studies & Law 4
SLSG 0301 Start your Start-up 3
SLLS 0301 Persuasive Presence 2
SIIB 3107 Govt. Internship 0
  Program Elective II 3
CLCC 3015 Economics of Crime  
CLCC 3029 Economics of Labour  
CLCC 3018 Economics of Law Enforcement  
ECON 3022 Energy Economics  
TOTAL   23

 

  

SEMESTER VI

 

Subject Code Subject Credits
CLCC 3037 Labour Law II 3
CLCC 3003 Administrative Law 4
CLCC 3006 Company Law II 4
  Foreign Language 2
ECON 3023 Introduction to International Economics 3
  Choose Anyone 4
CLEL 3003 Law relating to Power Sector (Hons 1)  
CLCT 3002 Making of Indian Constitution (Hons 1)  
CLLB 3003 Personnel Management (Hons 1)  
CLCL 3003 Criminology (Hons 1)  
  Choose Anyone 3
SLSG 0302 Solving Complex Problems  
SLSG 0303 Technologies of the Future  
SLSG 0304 Future Casting  
SLSG 0305 Managing Relationships and Being Happy  
TOTAL   23

 

  

SEMESTER VII

 

Subject Code Subject Credits
CLCC 4001 Taxation Law 4
CLCC 4022 Transfer of Property and Easement Law 4
CLCC 4023 Jurisprudence 3
CLCC 4024 Interpretation of Statutes 4
  Choose Anyone 4
CLEL 4006 Upstream Oil and Gas Law (Hons 2) Energy Law Specialization
CLCT 4006 Transformative Constitutionalism (Hons 2) Constitutional Law
CLLB 4001 Industrial Jurisprudence (Hons 2) Labour Law
CLCL 4001 Comparative Criminal Procedure (Hons 2) Criminal Law
  Choose Anyone 4
CLEL 4007 Mining Law (Hons 3) Energy Law Specialization
CLCT 4002 Comparative Constitutionalism (Hons 3) Constitutional Law
CLLB 4005 Laws of Industrial Relations (Hons 3) Labour Law
CLCL 4006 Financial and Systemic Fraud (Hons 3) Criminal Law
  Signature Course 3
SLSG 0401 India and Its Place in the Contemporary World  
SLSG 0402 Theory of Everything  
SLSG 0403 Digital Transformation  
SLSG 0404 Finding your Purpose in Life  
SLSG 0405 Contemporary World  
TOTAL   26

 

  

SEMESTER VIII

 

Subject Code Subject Credits
CLCC 4025 Public International Law 4
CLCC 4009 Drafting, Pleading and Conveyance 4
CLCC 4007 Intellectual Property Law 4
CLCC 4026 Mediation (with Conciliation) 3
  Choose Anyone 4
CLEL 4008 Mid and Downstream Oil and Gas Law (Hons 4) Energy Law Specialization
CLCT 4003 Comparative Federalism (Hons 4) Constitutional Law
CLLB 4003 Laws for Labour Welfare (Hons 4) Labour Law
CLCL 4003 International Criminal Law (Hons 4) Criminal Law
  Choose Anyone 4
CLEL 4005 Health, Safety and Environmental Regulation in Energy Sector (Hons 5) Energy Law Specialization
CLCT 4007 Comparative Legislative Relations (Hons 5) Constitutional Law
CLLB 4006 Laws for Industrial Safety (Hons 5) Labour Law
CLCL 4007 Socio-Economic Offences (Hons 5) Criminal Law
TOTAL   23

 

 

SEMESTER IX

 

Subject Code Subject Credits
CLCC 5007 Alternate Dispute Resolution 4
  Program Elective III 4
CLCC 5008 Health Laws  
CLCC 5009 Insurance Law  
CLCC 5010 Aviation, Air and Space Law  
CLCC 5011 Law relating to Human Rights  
CLCC 5012 Laws of Land Acquisition & Land Reforms  
CLCC 5013 Law relating to Women & Children  
  Program Elective IV 4
CLCC 5014 Private International Law  
CLCC 5015 Competition Law  
CLCC 5002 Banking and Negotiable Instruments Law  
CLCC 5016 International Economic Law  
CLCC 5017 Wildlife Protection & Animal Rights  
CLCC 5018 Humanitarian & Refugee Law  
  Choose Anyone 4
CLEL 5005 Nuclear Energy Law (Hons 6) Energy Law Specialization
CLCT 5001 Election Law (Hons 6) Constitutional Law
CLLB 5004 Globalization and Labour Regulation (Hons 6) Labour Law
CLCL 5004 Forensic Science and the Law (Hons 6) Criminal Law
  Hons 7 (Seminar / PBL) 4
  Seminar I (or PBL-Part I) (Hons 7) Energy Law Specialization
  Seminar I (or PBL-Part I) (Hons 7) Constitutional Law
  Seminar I (or PBL-Part I) (Hons 7) Labour Law
  Seminar I (or PBL-Part I) (Hons 7) Criminal Law
TOTAL   20

 

 

SEMESTER X

 

Subject Code Subject Credits
CLCC 5006 Professional Ethics and Professional Accounting System 4
CLPJ 5104 Moot Court Exercise and Internship 4
CLCC 5019 Information Technology Law 4
  Hons 8 (Seminar / PBL) 4
  Seminar II (or PBL - Part II) (Hons 8) Energy Law Specialization
  Seminar II (or PBL - Part II) (Hons 8) Constitutional Law
  Seminar II (or PBL - Part II) (Hons 8) Labour Law
  Seminar II (or PBL - Part II) (Hons 8) Criminal Law
TOTAL   16

 

Details

Programs Specialization

Constitution Law

BA + LL.B with specialisation in Constitution Law is a five-year program that offers domain-specific subjects ranging from Making the Indian Constitution, Jurisprudential Approach to Constitution to Comparative Federalism, and Legislative Relations. Drawing heavily from the rulings made in the Supreme Court, it is designed to preserve the relationships between state and federal governments and protect the rights of the individual. Furthermore, Constitution Law enables the students to become better citizens by sensitising them about concepts that are the basis of a civilised society.

Criminal Law

BA + LL.B with specialisation in Criminal Law is a 5-year integrated law degree program – the first two years of the program focus primarily on arts and the last three on law subjects. The Criminal Law program prepares students for both national as well as international criminal justice systems. It has both classroom teaching as well as practical components like moot courts, law internships, workshops, guest lectures, national and international academic events, legal debates, and interaction with legal luminaries.

Corporate Law

BA + LL.B with specialisation in Corporate Law integrated course trains students in two different fields – commerce and legislative regulations – as a comprehensive concept for five years duration. The Corporate Law program provides students with a vast knowledge of business, commerce and law subjects that are crucial in the professional world such as Business Statistics, Business Communication, Auditing, Economics, as well as Law of Contract, Law of Taxation, Media Law, Competition Law, Corporate Law, International Trade Law, Corporate Finance, Investment Law, Corporate Restructuring, and the likes.

Taxation Law

BA + LL.B with specialisation in Taxation Law five-year undergraduate program is customized to give students comprehensive exposure to law, commerce, and tax. The Taxation Law course is delivered by a blend of full-time faculties, industry fellows, and workshops by taxation experts. The university also facilitates internships in consultancies and law firms, which not only expose students to industry experience and practical aspects of law but also expedite early placements.

Intellectual Property Rights

Through BA + LL.B with specialisation in Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) course, students will be able to demonstrate conceptual knowledge in core areas of computer science, integrated knowledge of legal principles and computer science, and exhibit skills in practices and procedures of Intellectual Property Law. In Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) program, students will take several non-law papers, core law subjects as well as honours papers. One formidable strength of UPES School of Law is the broad and diverse range of elective modules that allows students to pursue their interest in a particular field of law.

Energy & Environment Law

Within the sustainable development framework, the interdisciplinary approach of lawyers combined with the essential knowledge of how the energy sector influences the environment is important.

Subjects include Sustainable Energy and Environment Protection, Nuclear Energy Laws and Sustainable Development, International Environmental Law, Energy Law and Policy Governance in International Scenario, Climate Change and Energy Transition: The National and International Legal Framework, and Legal Framework of Indian Oil and Gas Sector.

This unique specialisation at the undergraduate level gives students exposure to both environment and energy law, and how they influence each other. Knowledge of the intersectionality between the two will add value to the strong foundations of their carrier ahead as Energy Lawyers. Students of this specialisation will be able to contribute to Energy Policy Research, Energy Sector Legal Advisory and Compliance with Safety and Environmental Laws apart from General Litigation and other options of law professionals.

Banking & Insolvency Law

BA + LL.B with specialisation in Banking, Finance and Insurance Law course is designed to train students in the intricacies of the law as well as financial markets, making them proficient in all basic law subjects such as constitutional law, criminal law, and international law. In addition to these, it has an in-depth focus on laws related to banking, finance and insurance, the pillars of modern economies, and regulatory bodies related to these fields such as the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI), Reserve Bank of India (RBI), Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (IRDAI), Competition Commission of India (CCI), and Pension Fund Regulatory and Development Authority (PFRDA).

Investment and Trade Law

BA + LL.B with specialisation in International Trade and Investment Law is a 5-year full-time course, which explores the role of international economic law in the contemporary global economy. International Trade and Investment Law provides an overview of the legal foundations of the global economy and the regulatory frameworks governing international trade and investment relations.

The emphasis of the course is on how international trade economics interacts with domestic investment law and cross-border investment law keeping in view MNCs as well as other state and non-state actors.

Disruptive Technologies Law

The Hons. specialisation in Disruptive Technologies Law helps students to explore legal issues surrounding the development and deployment of technologies, which have the potential to disrupt established industries and ways of doing things. The course will cover topics such as Legal Framework on Metaverse and Block Chain, Drone Laws, AI & Intelligence Robotics Law, Cyber Security, Data Privacy and Law relating to OTT/Social Media, Laws on Connected and Autonomous Vehicles, and Smart Cities. It will also include the social and ethical implications of disruptive technologies and the role of law in addressing these issues.

Students of this specialisation will gain an understanding of the legal framework within which disruptive technologies operate as well as the ways in which law can shape the development and impact of these technologies.

Industrial Relations and Constitution Law

The Hons. specialisation in Industrial Relations Law and the Constitution covers the complex legal aspects emerging out of the interdependence and interactions of the state, the employer, and the employee. It attempts to offer a wholesome understanding of labour issues and industrial aspects along with the constitutional and legal protections available to labour. The branch of labour/industrial laws impacts the lives and rights of a huge population. It puts the three stakeholders i.e., the state, the labour/worker, and the employer/entrepreneur at the fulcrum of the discussion and attempts to create a win-win situation for all three, making special emphasis on labour as the vulnerable section.

Students of this specialisation will gain an understanding of the legal framework and contribute to policy research and industrial consultancy, litigation, and labour law advisory apart from general areas of law.

Careers and Placements

Labour Law

  • Legal Advisor
  • Legal Assistant
  • Legal Manager
  • Documentation and Legal Writer
  • Pursue Masters
  • Doctoral Programs

Energy Law

  • Legal Advisor
  • Legal Assistant
  • Legal Manager
  • Documentation and Legal Writer
  • Pursue Masters
  • Doctoral Programs

Criminal Law

  • Legal Advisor
  • Legal Assistant
  • Bureaucrat
  • Legal Action Activist
  • Legal Manager
  • Documentation and Legal Writer
  • Pursue Masters
  • Doctoral Programs

Constitution Law

  • Advocate/Lawyer
  • Law Writer
  • Legal Assistant
  • Assistant Magistrate
  • Legal Office Manager
  • Law Compliance Officer
  • Legal Associate
  • Assistant Registrar
  • Professor

Corporate Law

  • Business Consultant
  • Management Accountant
  • Advocate/Lawyer
  • Attorney General
  • Law Reporter
  • Deputy Legal Advisor
  • Assistant Advisor

Banking, Insurance and Finance

  • Bank Consultant
  • Financial Analyst
  • Advocate/Lawyer
  • Attorney General
  • Law Reporter
  • Deputy Legal Advisor
  • Assistant Advisor

International Trade and Investment Law

  • Legal Consultant              
  • Academician
  • Advisor, Dispute Settlement
  • Researcher
  • Lawyer

Taxation Law

  • Legal Consultant
  • Tax Counsel   
  • Academician
  • Advisor, Dispute Settlement
  • Researcher
  • Tax Consultant

Media and Entertainment Law

  • Intellectual Property Lawyer
  • Litigation Lawyer
  • Legal Advisor
  • Entertainment Lawyer  
  • Document Drafting Lawyer
  • Independent Lawyer
  • Digital Forensics               
  • Corporate Lawyer

Legal Compliance and Secretarial Practice

  • Academician
  • Advisor, Dispute Settlement
  • Researcher
  • Lawyer
  • Assistant Manager
  • Associate Advocate
  • Legal Counsel/Officer

Food, Health and Environment

  • Advocate/Lawyer
  • Attorney General
  • Law Reporter
  • Legal Advisor
  • Law Officer
  • Teacher/Lecturer

Forensic Science and Law

  • Advocate/Lawyer
  • Attorney General
  • Law Reporter
  • Legal Advisor
  • Law Officer
  • Teacher/Lecturer

Medicine, Health, and Law

  • Advocate/Lawyer
  • Attorney General
  • Law Reporter
  • Legal Advisor
  • Assistant Advisor
  • Law Officer
  • Public Prosecutor

Digital Innovation and Law

  • Legal Assistant
  • Digital Innovation Officer
  • Consultant
  • Associate Officer
  • External Consultant
  • Lecturer or Professor
  • Associate Project Advisor
  • BA.LL.B(Hons) Criminal Law
  • APO
  • APP
  • Judiciary
  • Litigation
  • CBI Court
  • JAG dept. of Defense
  • law firms
  • BA.LL.B(Hons) Labor Law
  • Judiciary
  • Litigation
  • Labour Court
  • JAG dept. of Defense
  • Legal Depts of Industries
  • Corporate legal division
  • law firms etc.
Eligibility

Minimum 50% Marks in class X and XII.

Selection Criteria

ULSAT / CLAT /LSAT- India / Board Marks/ CUET

Curriculum

SEMESTER I

 

Subject Code Subject Credits
CLCC 1002 Law of Contract I 4
CLCC 1006 Law of Tort and Consumer Protection Laws 4
CLNL 1035 Law and Economics 3
CLNL 1036 History 3
CLNL 1037 Political Science-I 3
SLLS 0102 Learning how to learn 2
SLLS 0101 Living Conversation 2
TOTAL   21

 

  

SEMESTER II

 

Subject Code Subject Credits
CLCC 1004 Law of Contract II 4
CLCC 1001 Legal Methods and Legal Reasoning 3
CLNL 1014 Business Economics-I (Micro) 3
CLNL 1032 Legal History 3
CLNL 1038 Political Science-II 3
SLLS 0103 Leadership and Teamwork 2
SLSG 0101 Critical Thinking and Writing 3
TOTAL   21

 

  

SEMESTER III

Subject Code Subject Credits
CLCC 2001 Constitutional Law I 4
CLCC 2002 Law of Crimes I: Indian Penal Code 4
CLCC 2010 Family Law I 4
ECON 2021 Business Economics II (Macro) 3
CLNL 2005 World History 3
CLNL 2031 Political Science III 3
SLLS 2001 Social Internship 0
SLLS 0201 Design Thinking 2
SLSG 0201 Ethical Leadership in the 21st Century 3
TOTAL   26

 

  

SEMESTER IV

 

Subject Code Subject Credits
CLCC 2005 Constitutional Law II 4
CLCC 2012 Law of Crimes II: CrPC 4
CLCC 2013 Family Law II 4
CLCC 2008 Law of Evidence 4
SLLS 0202 Working With Data 2
SLSG 0202 Environment and Sustainability - Himalaya Fellowship 3
  Program Elective I 3
BAPP 2010 Poverty and Indian Agriculture  
BAPP 2009 Economics of Public Policy  
ECON 2022 Indian Economy  
ECON 2023 Introduction to Public Economics  
TOTAL   24

 

  

SEMESTER V

 

Subject Code Subject Credits
CLCC 3008 Labour Law I 3
CLCC 3001 Company Law I 4
CLCC 3035 Code of Civil Procedure & Limitation Act 4
CLCC 3036 Environmental Studies & Law 4
SLSG 0301 Start your Start-up 3
SLLS 0301 Persuasive Presence 2
SIIB 3107 Govt. Internship 0
  Program Elective II 3
CLCC 3015 Economics of Crime  
CLCC 3029 Economics of Labour  
CLCC 3018 Economics of Law Enforcement  
ECON 3022 Energy Economics  
TOTAL   23

 

  

SEMESTER VI

 

Subject Code Subject Credits
CLCC 3037 Labour Law II 3
CLCC 3003 Administrative Law 4
CLCC 3006 Company Law II 4
  Foreign Language 2
ECON 3023 Introduction to International Economics 3
  Choose Anyone 4
CLEL 3003 Law relating to Power Sector (Hons 1)  
CLCT 3002 Making of Indian Constitution (Hons 1)  
CLLB 3003 Personnel Management (Hons 1)  
CLCL 3003 Criminology (Hons 1)  
  Choose Anyone 3
SLSG 0302 Solving Complex Problems  
SLSG 0303 Technologies of the Future  
SLSG 0304 Future Casting  
SLSG 0305 Managing Relationships and Being Happy  
TOTAL   23

 

  

SEMESTER VII

 

Subject Code Subject Credits
CLCC 4001 Taxation Law 4
CLCC 4022 Transfer of Property and Easement Law 4
CLCC 4023 Jurisprudence 3
CLCC 4024 Interpretation of Statutes 4
  Choose Anyone 4
CLEL 4006 Upstream Oil and Gas Law (Hons 2) Energy Law Specialization
CLCT 4006 Transformative Constitutionalism (Hons 2) Constitutional Law
CLLB 4001 Industrial Jurisprudence (Hons 2) Labour Law
CLCL 4001 Comparative Criminal Procedure (Hons 2) Criminal Law
  Choose Anyone 4
CLEL 4007 Mining Law (Hons 3) Energy Law Specialization
CLCT 4002 Comparative Constitutionalism (Hons 3) Constitutional Law
CLLB 4005 Laws of Industrial Relations (Hons 3) Labour Law
CLCL 4006 Financial and Systemic Fraud (Hons 3) Criminal Law
  Signature Course 3
SLSG 0401 India and Its Place in the Contemporary World  
SLSG 0402 Theory of Everything  
SLSG 0403 Digital Transformation  
SLSG 0404 Finding your Purpose in Life  
SLSG 0405 Contemporary World  
TOTAL   26

 

  

SEMESTER VIII

 

Subject Code Subject Credits
CLCC 4025 Public International Law 4
CLCC 4009 Drafting, Pleading and Conveyance 4
CLCC 4007 Intellectual Property Law 4
CLCC 4026 Mediation (with Conciliation) 3
  Choose Anyone 4
CLEL 4008 Mid and Downstream Oil and Gas Law (Hons 4) Energy Law Specialization
CLCT 4003 Comparative Federalism (Hons 4) Constitutional Law
CLLB 4003 Laws for Labour Welfare (Hons 4) Labour Law
CLCL 4003 International Criminal Law (Hons 4) Criminal Law
  Choose Anyone 4
CLEL 4005 Health, Safety and Environmental Regulation in Energy Sector (Hons 5) Energy Law Specialization
CLCT 4007 Comparative Legislative Relations (Hons 5) Constitutional Law
CLLB 4006 Laws for Industrial Safety (Hons 5) Labour Law
CLCL 4007 Socio-Economic Offences (Hons 5) Criminal Law
TOTAL   23

 

 

SEMESTER IX

 

Subject Code Subject Credits
CLCC 5007 Alternate Dispute Resolution 4
  Program Elective III 4
CLCC 5008 Health Laws  
CLCC 5009 Insurance Law  
CLCC 5010 Aviation, Air and Space Law  
CLCC 5011 Law relating to Human Rights  
CLCC 5012 Laws of Land Acquisition & Land Reforms  
CLCC 5013 Law relating to Women & Children  
  Program Elective IV 4
CLCC 5014 Private International Law  
CLCC 5015 Competition Law  
CLCC 5002 Banking and Negotiable Instruments Law  
CLCC 5016 International Economic Law  
CLCC 5017 Wildlife Protection & Animal Rights  
CLCC 5018 Humanitarian & Refugee Law  
  Choose Anyone 4
CLEL 5005 Nuclear Energy Law (Hons 6) Energy Law Specialization
CLCT 5001 Election Law (Hons 6) Constitutional Law
CLLB 5004 Globalization and Labour Regulation (Hons 6) Labour Law
CLCL 5004 Forensic Science and the Law (Hons 6) Criminal Law
  Hons 7 (Seminar / PBL) 4
  Seminar I (or PBL-Part I) (Hons 7) Energy Law Specialization
  Seminar I (or PBL-Part I) (Hons 7) Constitutional Law
  Seminar I (or PBL-Part I) (Hons 7) Labour Law
  Seminar I (or PBL-Part I) (Hons 7) Criminal Law
TOTAL   20

 

 

SEMESTER X

 

Subject Code Subject Credits
CLCC 5006 Professional Ethics and Professional Accounting System 4
CLPJ 5104 Moot Court Exercise and Internship 4
CLCC 5019 Information Technology Law 4
  Hons 8 (Seminar / PBL) 4
  Seminar II (or PBL - Part II) (Hons 8) Energy Law Specialization
  Seminar II (or PBL - Part II) (Hons 8) Constitutional Law
  Seminar II (or PBL - Part II) (Hons 8) Labour Law
  Seminar II (or PBL - Part II) (Hons 8) Criminal Law
TOTAL   16

 

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