LL.M. (HUMAN RIGHTS AND DUTIES EDUCATION)

Banaras Hindu University
In Varanasi

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  • Master
  • Varanasi
  • Duration:
    2 Years
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Varanasi
Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, UP, 221005, Uttar Pradesh, India
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Course programme

FIRST SEMESTER
Core Paper: Human Rights and Duties Jurisprudence
Optional Paper:
Any one of the Optional Papers in each Optional Groups given in Schedule – A(i)
1. Group – I
2. Group – II
3. Group – III
LL.M. (HUMAN RIGHTS AND DUTIES EDUCATION) SECOND SEMESTER
Core Paper: Research Methodology
Optional Paper:
Any one of the Optional Papers in each Optional Groups given in Schedule – A(i)
1. Group – IV
2. Group – V
3. Group – VI
LL.M. (HUMAN RIGHTS AND DUTIES EDUCATION) THIRD SEMESTER
Core Paper: Human Rights and Duties Law in India
Optional Paper:
Any one of the Optional Papers in each Optional Groups given in Schedule – A(i)
1. Group – VII
2. Group – VIII
3. Group – IX
Note: The topic for Dissertation will be assigned in the beginning of the session and the candidates are to start Dissertation work in this semester.
LL.M. (HUMAN RIGHTS AND DUTIES EDUCATION) FOURTH SEMESTER
Core Paper: International Law of Human Rights
1. Dissertation
2. Viva-Voce

SCHEDULE – A

Optional Paper 6 : People’s Right of Self-Determination
Group IV :
Optional Paper 7 : International Humanitarian Law
Optional Paper 8 : Socially & Economically Disadvantaged People and Human Rights and Duties
Group V :
Optional Paper 9 : International Refugee Law
Optional Paper 10 : Minorities and Human Rights
Group VI :
Optional Paper 11 : Science & Technology and Human Rights and Duties
Optional Paper 12 : Aged and Disabled and Human Rights and Duties
Group VII :
Optional Paper 13: Women and Human Rights and Duties
Optional Paper 14: Societal Issues of Human Rights and Duties in India
Group VIII :
Optional Paper 15: Children and Human Rights and Duties
Optional Paper 16: Social Movement and Human Rights in India
Group IX :
Optional Paper 17: International Law of Development
Optional Paper 18: Working Class and Human Rights and Duties

SCHEDULE - B
HUMAN RIGHTS AND DUTIES JURISPRUDENCE

The course shall comprise of the following:
1. Concept of Rights
(a) Meaning, Nature and Definition
(b) Classification of Rights
(c) Relationship between Rights and Duties
2. Concept of Human Rights
(a) Historical Background
(b) Theories: Traditional and Modern
(c) Principles
3. Concept of Human Duties
(a) Moral and Ethical
(b) Social and Economic
(c) Political and Cultural
4. Dialectics of Human Rights
(a) Universal verses Cultural Relativism
(b) Basic needs versus Value - Based
(c) Individualism versus Collectivism
5. Emerging Concept of Human Rights
(a) Human Rights : Human Sufferings
(b) Human Rights Movements and Human Rights Markets
(c) Emergence of an Alternative Paradigm : Trade Related Market Friendly Human Rights

Optional Paper – 1: HUMAN DUTIES, RESPONSIBILITIES AND ITS EFFECTUATION
Optional Paper – 2 : INTERNATIONAL OBLIGATION
Optional Paper – 3 : EMERGING DIMENSION OF HUMAN RIGHTS AND DUTIES
Optional Paper – 4 : ENVIRONMENT AND HUMAN RIGHTS AND DUTIES
Optional Paper – 5 : HUMAN RIGHTS AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM
Optional Paper – 6 : PEOPLE’S RIGHT OF SELF-DETERMINATION

SECOND SEMESTER

Part – A : Study
Part – B Research Project Work

Optional Paper – 7 : INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW
Optional Paper – 8 : SOCIALLY & ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED PEOPLE AND HUMAN RIGHTS AND DUTIES
Optional Paper – 9 : INTERNATIONAL REFUGEE LAW
Optional Paper – 10 : MINORITIES AND HUMAN RIGHTS AND DUTIES
Optional Paper – 11 : SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY AND HUMAN RIGHTS AND DUTIES
Optional Paper – 12 : AGED AND DISABLED AND HUMAN RIGHTS AND DUTIES

THIRD SEMESTER
Optional Paper – 13 : WOMEN AND HUMAN RIGHTS AND DUTIES
Optional Paper – 14 : SOCIETAL ISSUES OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN INDIA
Optional Paper – 15 : CHILDREN AND HUMAN RIGHTS AND DUTIES
Optional Paper – 16 : SOCIAL MOVEMENTS AND HUMAN RIGHTS AND DUTIES
Optional Paper – 17 : INTERNATIONAL LAW OF DEVELOPMENT
Optional Paper – 18 : WORKING CLASS AND HUMAN RIGHTS AND DUTIES

FOURTH SEMESTER


INTERNATIONAL LAW OF HUMAN RIGHTS


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