LL.M.University of Pune
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LL.B. degree of the University or its equivalent degree of another statutory University, recognized as equivalent to said degree of the University of Pune.
The Department of Law was established in 1965. It has been rated by the University Grants Commission (UGC) as one of the top five Law Departments in the country because of its academic excellence, research outputs and remarkable contribution to the development of legal education in India.
LL.M. is a full time course comprising of four semesters (Two academic years). Academic session generally commences in the month of July every year. Indian applicants are required to apply to the Department in a prescribed form. And overseas applicants are advised to approach the Department through International Students Centre of the University. Semesters I & II courses envisage a study of certain core subjects, viz., Legal Theory, Legal Research Methods, Growth of the Modern Indian Legal System, Constitutional Law and Principles of Legislation. A number of optional courses have been provided for specialization in the fields of Criminal Law, Administrative Law, International Law, Mercantile Law, Labor Law, Human Rights, Taxation Law etc. in the Semesters III & IV. LL.M. Semester I Indian Constitutional Law (I) Fundamental Rights. Legal Theory (I) The Nature, Purpose and Functions of law. Growth of the Modern Indian Legal System.(I) Legislative Principles. Semester II Indian Constitutional Law (II) Centre-State Relations. Legal Theory (II) Growth of the Modern Indian Legal System (II) Research Methodology Semester III Public International Law (I) Private International Law (I) Protection of Human Rights and World Order (I) Principles of Criminal Law (I) Criminology Law relating to Labour-Management Relations (I) Social Security Legislations British Constitutional Law Indian Administrative Law (I) Law of Contracts (I) General Principles of Contract. Corporate Laws (I) General Principles and Constitutional Scheme Relating to Taxation Tax on Income Economic Legislation Mercantile Law Semester IV Public International Law (II) Settlement of Disputes, War and Neutrality Private International Law (II) Protection of Human Rights and World Order (II) Principles of Criminal Law (II) Penology Law relating to Labour-Management Relations (II) Principles of Wage Fixation and the Law of Wages British Administrative Law Indian Administrative Law (II) Law of Contracts (II) Special Contracts Corporate Laws (II) Current Tax Problems and Tax Reforms Tax on Capital and Transactions Intellectual Property Laws International Trade Law