B.Sc. Technology (Hons.) LL.B. (Hons.)National Law University
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Admission to all undergraduate courses is through common law admission test (CLAT) on the merit basis.
The National Law University, Jodhpur has a programmed focus on managing contemporary legal issues in fast-evolving global environments. The University offers unique five year integrated undergraduate 'Double Honors' educational programs i.e. B.B.A.(Hons.), LL.B.(Hons.); B.P.Sc.(Hons.), LL.B.(Hons.); B.Sc.(Technology)(Hons.), LL.B.(Hons.). Thus, a 'Double Honors' in distinct stream courses as well as in Law is the uniqueness of its nature, which will help in shaping the curriculum by ensuring that the content for the core programs is relevant, well-timed, international in its perspectives, and, importantly delivered at world-class standards.
B.Sc. Technology (Hons.) LL.B. (Hons.)
Emerging facets of technology such as Information Technology, Biotechnology, Pharmaceutics, Nanotechnology, Electronics and Communication Technology have been generating variety of intricate legal disputes involving cyber crimes, product liability, environmental torts, intellectual property rights, regulatory proceedings and criminal cases. Furthermore, Scientific and technical evidence is more frequently presented in modern litigation resulting in new trends in judicial procedures. Hence, it is necessary to prepare skilled lawyers who can efficiently address these technology-generated legal disputes. Therefore, B.Sc. Technology (Hons.) is an integrated program being designed to provide extensive knowledge of contemporary technologies, having direct correlation with upcoming techno-legal disputes and IPR issues addressing the emerging trends in contemporary scholarship.
B.Sc. Technology (Hons.) program will consist of 18 courses covering:
* IT, Electronics and Communication Technology
* Applied Chemistry (Industrial Chemistry)
In each of these target areas, six courses each will be designed to provide the inputs relating to the fundamentals, advancements and applications.