LLB 5 Yrs

Rizvi Education Society
In Mumbai

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  • Bachelor
  • Mumbai
  • Duration:
    5 Years
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Starts Location
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Mumbai
Bandra (West), Maharashtra, India
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Course programme

The 5 year Law Course leading to B.L.S. / LL.B. degree is a ten semester full time course. The First four semesters are the Pre-Law course in which the students are expected to pass the general humanities papers taught as per the requirement of the Mumbai University. (Please look into the subjects taught section for details). Students of the five year degree programme are entitled to B.L.S. (Bachelor of Legal Science) degree at the end of the third year (i.e. 6th semester). On completion of the five years (10 semester) they will be awarded the LL.B. Degree.

The results of students appearing at the 4th or 6th semester of the 3 year LL.B. Course shall not be declared unless and until the students are declared passed in all the papers upto 2nd or 4th semester respectively.

A student for being eligible for the First Semester examination must have completed the requisite attendance in the given semester as per the University rules and regulations.

Students of the 5 year course will be taught the following papers for each semester as mentioned below. University Examinations consisting of objective type questions of 40 marks and subjective questions of 60 marks (consisting of long answer short notes and problems) are conducted at the end of each semester.

SEMESTER ONE
- English - I (100 Marks)
- Logic - I (100 Marks)
- Economics (100 Marks)


SEMESTER TWO
- History (100 marks)
- Political Science (100 marks)
- Legal Language (100 marks)


SEMESTER THREE
- Political Science - II (100 marks)
- Sociology (100 marks)
- History of Courts (100 marks)


SEMESTER FOUR
- English II (100 marks)
- Logic - II (100 marks)
- Political Science - II (100 marks)


SEMESTER FIVE
- Labour Laws (100 marks)
- Contract - I (100 marks) (General Principles of Contract & Specific Relief Act)
- Law of Torts & Consumer Protection (100 marks)
- Law of Torts (70 marks) and Consumer Protection (30 marks)
- Legal Languages including Legal Writing and General English (100 marks)


SEMESTER SIX
- Law of Crimes (100 marks)
- Criminal Jurisprudence (30 marks)
- I.P.C. (70 marks)

- Constitutional Law (100 marks)
- Indian Constitutional Law (85 marks)
- Civil Rights Act 1995 (15 marks)

- Family Law - I (100 marks)
- Mohammedan Law (35 marks)
- Indian Divorce Act & Christian Marriage Act (15 marks)
- Indian Succession Act Section 1-166 only (35 marks)
- Parsi Marriage & Divorce Act (15 marks)
- Environment Laws (100 marks)
- Practical Training - I (100 marks)
(Professional ethics, advocacy for lawyers & Bar ? Bench relations)


SEMESTER SEVEN
- Administrative Law (100 marks)
- Family Law - II (100 marks)
- Property Law (Transfer of Property Act and Easement Act) (100 marks)
- Jurisprudential Controls of Property & Law Relating to Transfer of Property (85 marks)
- Easement Act 1882 (15 marks)
- Company Law (100 marks)


SEMESTER EIGHT
- Legal Theory (100 marks)
- Contract - II (100 marks)
- Indian Contract Act Section 124-238 (40 marks)
- Indian Partnership Act (30 marks)
- Sale of Goods Act (30 marks)

- Land Laws (100 marks)
- Central Legislation on Land Laws (20 marks)
- State Legislation on Land Laws (80 marks)

- Any One from the following (100 marks):
i) Criminology
ii) Taxation Laws
iii) Law of Insolvency

- Practical Training - II (100 marks)


SEMESTER NINE
- Civil Procedure Code & Limitation Act (100 marks)
- Civil Procedure Code (85 marks)
- Limitation Act (15 marks)

- Criminal Procedure Code, Juvenile Justice Act & - Probation of Offenders Act (100 marks)
- Criminal Procedure Code (70 marks)
- Juvenile Justice Act (15 marks)
- Probation of Offenders Act (15 marks)

- Interpretation of Statues (100 marks)

- Public International Law & Human Rights (100 marks)
- Human Rights (30 marks)
- Public International Law (30 marks)
- Human Rights and International Law (40 marks)


SEMESTER TEN
- Alternate Dispute Resolution (100 marks)

- Law of Evidence (100 marks)

- Optional Papers : Any Two from the following six subjects
i) Banking & Negotiable Instrument Act (100 marks)
ii) Law of Insurance (100 marks)
iii) Intellectual Property Law (100 marks)
iv) Conflict of Laws (100 marks)
v) Law Relating to Women & Children (100 marks)
vi) Law and Medicine (100 marks)

- Practical Training - III (100 marks)

- Practical Training - IV (Drafting, Pleading and Conveyancing) (100 marks)


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