LL.B.

Banaras Hindu University
In Varanasi

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  • Bachelor
  • Varanasi
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Starts Location
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Varanasi
Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, UP, 221005, Uttar Pradesh, India
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Course programme

First Semester

Compulsoy Papers

1 Formation of Contract ( Contract –I )
2 Structure and Working of Indian Constitution ( Constitutional Law –I )
3 Law of Torts
4 Hindu Law – I ( Family Law – I )
5 Muslim Law ( Family Law – II )
6 General Principles of Crimes ( Law of Crimes – I )
7 General Principles of Law Relating to Transfer of Properties
8 Legal Writing including General English and Hindi –I
9 International Law
10 Interpretation of Statutes – I

Second Semester
Compulsory Papers

11 Performance of Contracts and Specific Relief Act ( Contract –II )
12 Constitutional Rights and Liberties ( Constitutional Law – II )
13 Consumer Protection Laws
14 Hindu Law – II ( Family Law –III )
15 Muslim Law including Indian Divorce Act and Indian Succession Act ( Family Law – IV )
16 Specific Offences ( Law of Crimes – II )
17 Property Law relating to Specific Transfer and Easement
18 Legal Writing including General English and Hindi – II
19 Law of Human Rights
20 Interpretation of Statutes – II

Third Semester
Compulsory Papers

21 Legal Theory ( Jurisprudence – I )
22 Specific Contracts ( Contract – III )
23 Criminal Proedure Code
24 Civil Procedure Code
25 Law of Evidence - I
26 Administrative Law – I
27 Formation of Companies and Corporate Capital ( Company Law – I )
28 Land Laws including Ceiling and other Local Laws - I
29 Professional Ethics , Accountability pf Lawyers and Bar- Bench Relation ( Practical Training – I )
30 Drafting and Pleading ( Pratical Training – II )

Fourth Semster
Compulsoy Papers

31 Legal Concepts ( Jurisprudence – II )
32 Specific Contracts of Partnership , Sale of Goods and Hire Purchase ( Contract – IV )
33 Criminal Procedure Code , Juvenile Justice and Probation of Offenders Act
34 Civil Procedure Code and Limitations
35 Law of Evidence – II
36 Administrative Law – II
37 Company Management , Administration and Winding up of Companies ( Company Law – II )
38 Land Laws including Ceiling and Other Local Laws –II
39 Professional Ethics,Accountability of Lawyers and Bar-Bench Relation(Practical Training – III )
40 Conveyancing ( Practical Training – IV )

Fifth Semester
Compulsory Papers

41 Labour Management Relationship ( Labour Law – I )
42 Arbitration , Conciliation and Alternate Dispute Resolution System – I
43 Environmental Law – I
44 Moot Court , Pre-Trial Preparation and Participation in Trial Procedures

Optional Papers : Any four from the following

* Intellectual Property Laws – I
* Law of Income Tax
* Criminology
* Animal Law – I
* Comaparative Law
* International economic Laws
* Bankruptcy Laws
* Insurance Laws
* Conflict of Laws
* Banking Law including Negotiable Instruments Act
* Investment and Security Laws
* Trust, Equity and Fiduciay Relationships
* Air and Space Law
* Women and Law
* Legal and Constitutional History

Seminar Papers : Any two of the following

* Law and Society
* Law and Medicine
* Law and Education
* Law and Population
* Natural Resource Law
* Law Science and Technology
* Human Rights

Sixth Semester
Compulsory Papers

51 Social Security ands other Labour Legislations ( Labour Laws – II )
52 Arbitration , Conciliation and Alternate Dispute Resolution System – II
53 Environmental Law – II
54 Public Interest Lawyering , Legal Aid and Para Legal Services

Optional Papers: Any four of the following

* Intelletual Property Laws – II
* VAT , Income Tax and Excise Duty
* Penology
* Animal Law – II
* Law and Child
* Maritime Law
* Military Law
* Civil and Political Rights
* Law of Election in India
* Feminist Legal Theory
* Legal Remedies
* Federal Constitutions
* International Organisation
* Law and Religion
* Hindu Jurisprudence

Seminar Papers: Any two of the following

* Law and Poverty
* Law relating to Foreign Trade
* Information Technology and Cyber Law
* Law relating to Corruption
* Country and Town Planning Law
* Law and Biotechnology
* Law and Rural Development


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