LL.M. in Human Rights LawMATS University
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The LL.M. course is a two-year programme consisting of six Trimesters. The LL.M. course at MATS University is organized on the basis of the report of the Curriculum Development Committee (CDC) of UGC (University Grants Commission). All the candidates have to undergo the prescribed compulsory courses. The University may periodically revise the courses of study.
There shall be a Legal Education Council (LEC) constituted by the Vice Chancellor for each year with the Director of the MATS School of Law as its Chairperson and not less than two teachers of the Law School. Every teacher will submit to the LECC at the beginning of each Trimester, the outline of the course he/she is teaching, a detailed teaching plan, and the plan being adopted for evaluation of student performance. The course outline, the teaching plan as well as the evaluation scheme will be made available to the students at the beginning of the Trimester itself.
Eligible candidates should apply in the prescribed form with supporting attested documents in the University Office. Candidates for LL.M. course shall be selected by the Admission Committee consisting of the Director of the School of Law as Chairman and other members of the Faculty nominated by the Vice Chancellor as members, based on assessment of performance at the interview to determine the aptitude for higher studies and research.