LLM

The University of Kashmir
In Srinagar

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Srinagar
The University of Kashmir, Hazratbal, Srinagar, J&K, India , 190006, Jammu and Kashmir, India
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Course programme

Course Details :

LLM-01 LAW AND SOCIAL TRANSFORMATION IN INDIA.
LLM-02 INDIAN CONSTITUTIONAL LAW: THE NEW CHALLENGES
LLM-03 JUDICIAL PROCESS
LLM-04 LEGAL EDUCATION AND RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
LLM-05 COMPARATIVE CRIMINAL PROCEDURE
LLM-06 COMPARATIVE CRIMINAL PROCEDURE
LLM-07 PENOLOGY: TREATMENT OF OFFENDERS
LLM-08 PRIVILEGED CLASS DEVIANCE
LLM-09 DRUG ADDICTION, CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND HUMAN RIGHTS
LLM-10 JUVENILE DELINQUENCY

COLLECTIVE VIOLENCE AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM:

1. Introductory:

1.1. Notions of “force”, “coercion”, “violence”
1.2. Distinctions: “symbolic” violence, “institutionalised” violence, “structural violence”
1.3. Legal order as a coercive normative order
1.4. Force-monopoly of modem law
1.5. “constitutional” and “criminal” speech: Speech as incitement to violence
1.6. “collective political violence” and legal order
1.7. Notion of legal and extra-legal “repression”

2. Approaches to Violence in India:

2.1. Religiously sanctioned structural violence: Caste and gender based
2.2. Ahimsa in Hindu, Jain, Buddhist, Christian, and Islamic traditions in India
2.3. Gandhiji’s approach to non-violence
2.4. Discourse on political violence and terrorism during colonial struggle
2.5. Attitudes towards legal order as possessed of legitimate monopoly over violence during the colonial period

3. Agrarian Violence and Repression:

3.1. The nature and scope of agrarian violence in the 18-19 centuries India.
3.2. Colonial legal order as a causative factor of collective political (agrarian) violence
3.3. The Telangana struggle and the legal order
3.4. The Report of the Indian Human Rights Commission on Arwal Massacre

4. Violence against the Scheduled Castes:

4.1. Notion of Atrocities
4.2. Incidence of Atrocities
4.3. Uses of Criminal Law to combat atrocities or contain aftermath of Atrocities
4.4. Violence against Women.