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Duration of Course 5 Years

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Seats 210 Only

  • Create legal experts in the field of law and equip professionals with the upgraded knowledge on national and international regulatory frame work of Criminal Law
  • Position to deal with the key legal issues that may arise in the Criminal Justice System.
  • Create legal experts in the field of law and equip professionals with the upgraded knowledge on national and international regulatory frame work of Labor Law

DETAILS

Semester I Semester II

Subject

  • General English I
  • Digital Device and its Applications
  • Political Science I
  • History
  • Legal Methods & Legal Reasoning
  • Law of Contract I
  • Law of Tort and Consumer Protection Laws
  • Fundamentals of Moot Court (Clinical 1)

Subject

  • General English II
  • Political Science II
  • Legal History
  • Business Economics I (Micro)
  • Sociology
  • Law of Contract II
  • Legal Language and Legal Writing
  • Language Lab

Open Elective 1 (Any One)

  • Principles and Practices of Management
  • Financial Management
  • Marketing Management
  • Human Resource Management
  • Counselling Skills for Law Professionals
Semester III Semester IV

Subject

  • Business Economics II (Macro)
  • Political Science III
  • Constitutional Law I
  • Law of Crimes I : Indian Penal Code
  • Law of Crimes II : Code of Criminal Procedure I
  • Client Counselling (Clinical 2)
  • Advance Skillset Development

Program Elective 1 (Any Two)

  • Philosophy
  • Psychology
  • World History

Subject

  • Jurisprudence
  • Constitutional Law II
  • Interpretation of Statutes
  • Law of Crimes III : Code of Criminal Procedure II, Juvenile Justice Act and Probation of Offenders Act
  • Law of Evidence
  • Drafting in Criminal Matters (Clinical 3)
  • Trial Advocacy (Clinical 4)
  • Advance Skillset Development Pro

Open Elective 2 (Any One)

  • French
  • Arabic
  • Spanish
  • Mandarin
  • German
Semester V SEMESTER VI

Subject

  • Company Law I
  • Family Law I
  • Administrative Law
  • Code of Civil procedure I
  • Transfer of Property and Easement Law
  • Drafting of Writs & Conveyance (Clinical 5)

Program Elective 2 (Any One)

  • Economics of Crime
  • Economics of Labour
  • Comparative Civil and Political Rights
  • Economics of Law Enforcement

Subject

  • Company Law II
  • Family Law II
  • Labour Law I
  • Public International Law
  • Code of Civil Procedure II and Limitation Act, 1963
  • Alternate Dispute Resolution
  • Criminology (Hons 1) (Criminal Law Specialization) / Personnel Management (Hons 1) (Labour Law Specialization) / Making of the Indian Constitution (Hons 1) (Constitutional Law Specialization)
  • Drafting of Civil Instruments (Clinical 6)
SEMESTER VII SEMESTER VIII

Subject

  • Taxation Law
  • Labour Law II
  • Environmental Studies and Law
  • Comparative Criminal Procedure (Hons 2) (Criminal Law Specialization) / Industrial Jurisprudence (Hons 2) (Labour Law Specialization) / Jurisprudential approach to the Constitution (Hons 2) (Constitutional Law Specialization)
  • Financial and Systematic Fraud (Hons 3) (Criminal Law Specialization) / Laws of Industrial Relations (Hons 3) (Labour Law Specialization) / Comparative Constitutionalism (Hons 3) (Constitutional Law Specialization)
  • Books to Courtroom

Program Elective 3 (Any One)

  • Right to Information Law
  • Insurance Law
  • Aviation, Air and Space Law
  • Law relating to Human Rights
  • Maritime Law

Workshop on Anyone of the following: Program Elective 4 (Clinical 7)

  • Workshop on Mediation
  • Workshop on International Arbitration
  • Workshop on Negotiation and Drafting of International Commercial Contracts

Program Elective 5 (Any One) Seminar I

  • Seminar on Law relating to Women and Children
  • Seminar on Media Law
  • Seminar on Medical Law
  • Seminar on Artificial Intelligence and Law
  • Seminar on International Humanitarian Law
  • Seminar on Comparative Public Law
  • Seminar on Infrastructure Law
  • Seminar on Law and Governance
  • Seminar on National and International Perspectives of Law on Minorities
  • Seminar on Criminology and Criminal Justice Administration

Subject

  • Intellectual Property Law
  • International Criminal Law (Hons 4) (Criminal Law Specialization) / Laws for Labour Welfare (Hons 4) (Labour Law Specialization) / Comparative Federalism (Hons 4) (Constitutional Law Specialization)
  • Socio-Economic Offences (Hons 5) (Criminal Law Specialization) / Laws for Industrial Injury (Hons 5) (Labour Law Specialization) / Legislative Relations (Hons 5) (Constitutional Law Specialization)
  • Dissertation I

Program Elective 6 (Any one)

  • Private International Law
  • Competition Law
  • Banking and Negotiable Instruments Law
  • International Economic Law

Program Elective 7 (Any One) Seminar II

  • Seminar on Law and Economics
  • Seminar on Climate Change and Law
  • Seminar on Water Law
  • Seminar on Housing Law
  • Seminar on Law of the Global Commons
  • Seminar on Internet Security Law
  • Seminar on Patenting of Life forms
  • Seminar on WTO and Law
  • Seminar on Corporate Crimes
  • Seminar on Victimology
  • Seminar on International e-Commerce
  • Seminar on Plea Bargaining
  • Seminar on Compensation to Victims of Crime
  • Seminar on Labour Reforms
  • Seminar on Industrial Injury
SEMESTER IX SEMESTER X

Subject

  • Forensic Science and the Law (Hons 6) (Criminal Law Specialization) / Laws for Labour Regulation (Hons 6) (Labour Law Specialization) / Election Law (Hons 6) (Constitutional Law Specialization)
  • Cyber Crimes (Hons 7) (Criminal Law Specialization) / Laws of Industrial Dispute Resolution I (Hons 7) (Labour Law Specialization) / Constitutional Amendment Procedure (Hons 7) (Constitutional Law Specialization)
  • Penology and Victimology (Hons 8) (Criminal Law Specialization) / Laws of Industrial Dispute Resolution II (Hons 8) (Labour Law Specialization) / Gender Justice and Feminist Jurisprudence (Hons 8) (Constitutional Law Specialization)
  • Dissertation II

Program Elective 8 (Any one) Seminar III (Hons. 9)

  • Seminar on International Labour Laws/Seminar on Right to education/Seminar on Criminal Sociology
  • Seminar on Shale Gas Development(Hons. 9)/Seminar on Trade Union and Workers Welfare/Seminar on Local Self Government Administration/Seminar on Probation and Parole
  • Seminar on Comparative Energy Law (Hons. 9)/Seminar on Labour Laws in Globalised World/Seminar on Media and the Constitution/Seminar on offences against Child and Juveniles

Subject

  • Professional Ethics and Professional Accounting System
  • Information Technology Law
  • Internship (Clinical 8)

Program Elective 9 (Any One) Seminar IV Hons. 10

  • Seminar on Protection of Women and Children at Workplace / Seminar on Parliamentary Privilege / Seminar on Sentencing Guidelines (Hons. 10)
  • Seminar on Social Security Law / Seminar on Protective Discrimination / Seminar on Women and Criminal Law (Hons. 10)
  • Seminar on International and Regional Labour and Human Rights Law/ Seminar on Constitutional and International Law / Seminar on Prison Administration (Hons. 10)
  • 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.
 

Semester

Tuition Fee (Rs.)

Academic Service Fee (Rs.)

Total (Rs.)

I

78,250

 52,250

130,500

II

78,250

 52,250

130,500

III

84,500

56,250

140,750

IV

84,500

56,250

140,750

V

91,250

60,750

152,000

VI

91,250

60,750

152,000

VII

98,500

65,500

164,000

VII

98,500

65,500

164,000

IX

106,250

70,500

176,750

X

106,250

70,500

176,750

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  • Minimum 50% Marks at Higher & Senior Secondary level (10th & 12th)

LLB admissions through UL-SAT (Upto 80% of seats)

The UPES ULSAT 2018 is scheduled on 5th May 2018(Offline) and 13th-19th May'19 (Online). Last date to apply for ULSAT is 8th May' 2019.

 

LAW Programs through Board Merit/ CLAT Merit/ L-SAT India Merit#

Please note that you should meet the eligibility criteria to participate in the GDPI process. 

CLAT Merit / L-SAT India Merit

  • For BA LLB (Hons.)/ BBA LLB (Hons.)/ B.Com, LLB (Hons)- Candidates with minimum 50% Marks in Higher & Senior Secondary (10th & 12th) and CLAT ranking upto 5000/ L-SAT India score of 60 percentile or above will be exempted from UPES Law Studies Aptitude test and will be invited directly for GD and Interview.
  • For B. Tech LLB (Hons.) Candidates with minimum 50% Marks in Higher & Senior Secondary (10th & 12th), minimum 50% Marks in PCM at Senior Secondary Level (12th) and CLAT ranking upto 5000/ L-SAT India score of 60 percentile or above will be exempted from UPES-EAT and admissions through Merit Ranking.

Board Merit

  • For BA LLB (Hons.)/ BBA LLB (Hons.)/B.Com LLB (Hons)- Candidates with 85% marks in 10th and 12th best of five subjects (English as one of the compulsory paper) are exempted from UPES Law Studies Aptitude Test (UL-SAT) and will be invited directly for GD and Interview.
  • For B.Tech LLB (Hons.) Candidates with minimum 70% marks in 10th, 12th and 12th PCM (Physics, Chemistry & Maths) are exempted from UPES-EAT and admissions will be through Merit Ranking.

  Age Criteria

Only candidates whose date of birth falls on or after October 1, 1996 are eligible to apply for admission( as per Bar Council of India). Date of Birth as recorded in the Secondary Education Board/University certificate only will be taken as authentic.

#Upto 20% seats shall be filled through Board Merit/ CLAT/ L-SAT India Category. In case, any seat remaining vacant UPES has the right to fill such seats through UPES Entrance Exam.

 

Candidates placed in compartment are not eligible for admission to any program of study in the University