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Duration of Program 6 Years

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Seats 30

  • B.Sc., LL. B (Hons) with specialisation in Intellectual Property Rights/Food, Health & Environment Law/ Medical and Forensic Law is offered only in the Law component enabling a broad spectrum of science subjects to be studied
  • This LLB specialisation helps students to understand unique nuances and legal regimes governing the relevant sector. For example, Food, Health and Environment law are related to international obligations of the environment
  • Medical and Forensic Law works closely with Criminal Law

DETAILS

Semester I Semester II

Subject

  • General English I
  • Digital Devices and its Application
  • Mathematics
  • Physics
  • Legal Methods & Legal Reasoning
  • Law of Contract I
  • Law of Tort and Consumer Protection Laws
  • Fundamentals of Moot Court (Clinical 1)
  • Language Lab
  • Physics Lab

Subject

  • General English II
  • Quantitative Techniques for Decision Making
  • Legal History
  • Chemistry
  • Biology
  • Law of Contract II
  • Legal Language and Legal Writing
  • Chemistry Lab

Open Elective 1 (Any One)

  • Psychology
  • Sociology
  • Philosophy
  • Political Science
  • World History
Semester III Semester IV

Subject

  • Bio-Technology
  • Electronic Waste Management
  • 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)

  • Space Science and Communication Technology
  • Food and Nutrition
  • Plant and Animal Physiology

Subject

  • Pharmaceutical Science
  • Jurisprudence
  • Constitutional Law II
  • Transfer of Property and Easement Law
  • 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

  • Forensic Science
  • Company Law I
  • Family Law I
  • Environmental Studies and Law
  • Code of Civil Procedure I
  • Intellectual Property Law
  • Drafting of Writs & Conveyance (Clinical 5)

Program Elective 2 (any one)

  • Business Economics
  • Information Technology
  • Fundamentals of Electronics and Electricals

 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
  • Law of Copyrights and related Rights (Hons 1) / Food and Safety Regulation (Hons 1) / Medical Jurisprudence  (Hons 1)
  • Drafting of Civil Instruments (Clinical 6)
Semester VII Semester VIII

Subject

  • Taxation Law
  • Labour Law II
  • Law of Trademark and Registration (Hons 2) / Drugs and Cosmetics Law (Hons 2) / Organ Donation and Transplantation (Hons 2)
  • Law of Patents (Hons 3) / Bio-ethics and Bio safety Law in Food Safety and Environment Law(Hons 3) / Bio-ethics and Bio saftey Law in Medical and Forensic Law (Hons 3)
  • Books to Courtroom

 Program Elective 3 (Any One)

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

Program Elective 4 (Any One) Workshop Any one of the following (Clinical 7)

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

Program Elective 5 (Any One) Seminar 1

  • Seminar on Law Relating to Women & Children
  • Seminar on Media Law
  • Seminar on Medical Law
  • Seminar on Artificial Intelligence & 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 of Minorities
  • Seminar on Criminology and Criminal Justice Administration

Subject

  • Administrative Law
  • Interpretation of Statutes
  • Patent Drafting and Patent Procedure (Hons 4) / Stem Cell Research and Law in Food Safety and Environment Law (Hons 4) / Stem Cell Research and Law in Medical and Forensic Law (Hons 4)
  • Law of Industrial & ICL Designing (Hons 5) / Emerging technologies and legal challenges in Food Safety and Environment Law (Hons 5) / Emerging technologies and legal challenges in Medical and Forensics law (Hons 5)
  • 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 & 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 Plea Bargaining
  • Seminar on Compensation to Victims of Crime
  • Seminar on Labour Reforms
  • Seminar on Industrial Injury
SEMESTER IX SEMESTER X

Subject

  • Dissertation II
  • Trade Secret, Geographical Indication, Traditional Knowledge, Biodiversity and Farmers' Rights (Hons 6) / Environmental Compliance (Hons 6) / Biotechnology and DNA Forensics Law (Hons 6)
  • IP Litigation (Hons 7) / Nano-Technology and Synthetic Technology Law (Hons 7) / Surrogacy and Pre-natal Techniques Law (Hons 7)
  • IP Management and Technology Transfer (Hons-8) / Food and Health Litigation (Hons-8) / Medical Litigation (Hons-8)

Program Elective 8 (Any One) Seminar III (Hons 9)

  • Seminar on IP Valuation (Hons 9) / Seminar on Disability Law (Hons 9) / Seminar on Forensic Science and Forensic Medicines (Hons 9)
  • Seminar on Biomedical Law and Ethics (Hons 9) / Seminar on Healthcare Fraud and Corruption (Hons 9) / Seminar on Forensic Psychology and Criminal Profiling (Hons 9)
  • Seminar on Genetically Modified Food Regulations (Hons 9) / Seminar on Forensic Science and Criminology (Hons 9)

Subject

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

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

  • Seminar on IP Valuation (Hons 10) / Seminar on Disability Law (Hons 10) / Seminar on Forensic Science and Forensic Medicines (Hons 10)
  • Seminar on Biomedical Law and Ethics (Hons 10) / Seminar on Healthcare Fraud and Corruption(Hons 10)/ Seminar on Forensic Psychology and Criminal Profiling (Hons 10)
  • Seminar on Genetically Modified Food Regulations (Hons 10) / Seminar on Forensic Science and Criminology (Hons 10)
  • Lawyer Specialising in Technology Transfer
  • Lawyer Specialising in IPR Protection
  • Techno Lawyers Working with Energy Sector Companies
  • Patent Attorneys
  • Specialist in Technology Based Arbitration
 

Semester

Tuition Fee (Rs.)

Academic Service Fee (Rs.)

Total (Rs.)

I

84500

 56,250

140,750

II

84,500

 56,250

140,750

III

91,250

60,750

152,000

IV

91,250

60,750

152,000

V

98,500

65,500

164,000

VI

98,500

65,500

164,000

VII

106,250

70,500

176,750

VII

106,250

70,500

176,750

IX

114,750

76,000

190,750

X

114,750

76,000

190,750

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Examination Pathway :

  • Minimum 50% marks at Higher & Senior Secondary level (10th & 12th)
  • Minimum 50% aggregate in Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics or Biology at Senior Secondary level (12th)

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

Law programs through Board Merit/ CLAT Merit/ L-SAT India Merit

Candidates need to meet the following eligibility criteria to participate in the GDPI process:

CLAT Merit / L-SAT India Merit

 

  • For B. Sc. LL. B. (Hons.): Candidates are exempted from UPES Law Studies Aptitude test and will directly be invited for the GD and Interview if they meet the following criteria –
    • Minimum 50% Marks in Higher & Senior Secondary (10th & 12th)
    • Valid CLAT ranking up to 10000 or valid LSAT India score of 60% or above.

Board Merit

  • For B. Sc. LL. B. (Hons.): Candidates are exempted from UPES Law Studies Aptitude Test (UL-SAT) and will be invited directly for GD and Interview if they meet the following criteria:
    • Minimum 85% marks in 10th and 12th (best of five with English as a compulsory subject).
Age Criteria

Only candidates whose date of birth falls on or after October 1, 1998, are eligible to apply for admission (as per the Bar Council of India). The DoB that’s recorded in the Secondary Education Board/University Certificate will be taken as authentic.

Up to 20% of all available seats shall be filled through the Board Merit/CLAT/LSAT India Category. If any seat remains vacant, UPES has the right to fill these seats through their UPES Entrance Exam.

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