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B.A.LL.B (Five years Course)

RULES FOR STANDARD OF PASSING BENEFIT ETC. FOR B.A.LL.B

STANDARD OF PASSING

To pass the Ist and IInd years of B.A.LL.B Examination (Five year law course),a candidate must obtain

  • 40% of the full marks in each paper
  • 40% of the total marks in the examination

To pass the IIIrd year of BSL and IVth and Vth year of B.A.LL.B (Five year law course)a candidate must obtain

  • 35% of the full marks in each paper and
  • 50% of the total marks in the examination.

ENTITLEMENT TO APPEAR AT THE END OF THE ACADEMIC YEAR

A candidate who has completed his term for Semester I, III, V, VII or IX of the five year B.A.LL.B course and has paid examination fees for such examination for such Semester Examination but has remained absent for any or all papers or has failed in any or all papers at such Semester Examination shall be entitled to appear for any or all of such papers respectively along with the Semester II, IV, VI, VIII or X examination respectively.

Any student who has appeared for Semester I, III, V, VII or IX examination of the five year B.S.L LL.B. course shall be entitled to reappear for all or any of the papers along with the Semester II, IV, VI, VIII or X examinations for improving his marks.

EXEMPTION

A candidate who obtains at least 50% of the full marks in a paper shall at his option be exempted from that paper at a subsequent examination. He shall however have to pass in the remaining paper or papers in accordance with the standard of passing laid down above. The benefit of exemption so earned may be available for six years only.

FIRST – SECOND CLASS

At the end of the academic year, those of the successful candidate who obtains 50% or more of the total marks will be placed in the second class and whose who obtain 60% or more of the total marks will be placed in the First Class and whose who obtain 70% or more marks will be placed in First Class with Distinction.

ALLOWED TO KEEP TERMS

A candidate who obtains at the Ist, IInd, IIIrd year of B.A.LL.B or IVth year of B.A.LL.B (Five year B.A.LL.B course) (hereafter year) 50% of the full marks in the number of subject given below out of the total number of papers prescribed for the respective academic year shall be allowed to keep terms respectively for the next year, i.e. the IInd, IIIrd year of B.A.LL.B and IVth and Vth year of B.A.LL.B Examination i.e. ATKL for 1/3 of the total subjects.

      Ist B.A.LL.B examination
:
4 Subjects
      IInd B.A.LL.B examination
:
4 Subjects
      IIIrd B.A.LL.B examination
:
5 Subjects
      IVth B.A.LL.B examination
:
5 Subjects

Provided however that he shall be required to clear such subjects before he joins the class following such next year, or shall not be declared to have passed the Vth year ofB.A.LL.B Unless he has passed such subjects and the examination of the previous year.

Such a candidate shall not be eligible for a Class prize or scholarship awarded at the examination.

OR

Provided however that he shall not be declared to have passed the examination of such next year, i.e.IInd and IIIrd year of B.A.LL.B and IVth and Vth year of B.A.LL.B Unless he has passed such subject and the remaining papers in the examination of such previous year according to the standard of passing laid down above.

Such a candidate shall not be eligible for a class prize or scholarship awarded at the examination.

First Year of the B.A.LL.B (Five years Course)
Semester I (June-October)

1. General English - I
:
100 marks
2. History
:
100 marks
3. Economics
:
100 marks

Semester II (November-April)

4. General English - II
:
100 marks
5. Political Science - I (Political Theory and Political Organization)
:
100 marks
6. Sociology
:
100 marks

IInd year of B.A.LL.B (Five Years Course)
Semester III (June –October)

7. Political Science - II (Foundations of Political Obligations)
:
100 marks
8. Political Science - III (International Relations and Organization)
:
100 marks
9. Law of Contact - I
:
100 marks

Semester IV (November – April)


10. Legal Language
:
100 marks
11.Legal History (History of Court, Legislature and Legal Profession in India)
:
100 marks
12.Contract – II
:
100 marks

IIIrd year of B.A.LL.B (Five Years Course)
Semester V (June –October)

13. Family Laws - I
:
100 marks
14. Law of Crimes
:
100 marks
15. Lab our Laws
:
100 marks
16. Optional Papers (any one)
:
100 marks
     a. Trust, Equity & Fiduciary Relationships    
     b. Criminology & Penology    
     c.Woman & Law and Law relating to the child    
     d. International Economic Law    

Semester VI (November –April)


17. Family Laws - II
:
100 marks
18. Constitutional Law
:
100 marks
19.Law of Torts & Consumer Protection Act
:
100 marks
20. Practical Training III (Professional Ethics, Accountancy for Lawyers and Bar – Bench Relations)
:
100 marks

IVth Year of B.A.LL.B (Five Years Course)
Semester VII (June- October)

21. Laws of Evidence
:
100 marks
22. Environment Law
:
100 marks
23. Human Right & International Law
:
100 marks
24. Arbitration, Conciliation and Alternative Deputes Resolution System
:
100 marks

Semester VIII (November-April)

25. Jurisprudence
:
100 marks
26. Property Law Including transfer of property Act & Easement Act.
:
100 marks
27. Practical Training
      Public Interest lawyering Legal Aid and Para legal services.
:
100 marks
28. Optional Papers (Any one)
:
100 marks
     a. Comparative Law    
     b. Insurance Law    
     c. Conflict Law    
     d. Intellectual Property Law    

Vth Year of B.A.LL.B (Five Year Law Course)
Semester IX (June-October)


29. The Code of Civil Procedure and Limitation Act
:
100 marks
30. Land Laws Including Ceiling and Other Local Laws
:
100 marks
31. Interpretation of Statutes
:
100 marks
32. Administrative Law
:
100 marks

Semester X (November-April)

33. The code of Criminal Procedure
:
100 marks
34.Company Law
:
100 marks
35. Practical Training Paper-I Moot Court ,Pre-TrialPreparation and participation in Trial Proceedings.(To be conducted throughout the academic year.Viva-voce will be held at the conclusion of academic year.)
:
100 marks
36. Drafting, Pleading and Conveying (Theory Paper)
:
100 marks
37. Optional Papers (Any one)
:
100 marks
     a. Law of Taxation    
     b. Banking Laws including Negotiable instrument Act    
     c. Co-operative Law    
     d. Investment and Security Laws    
    
 
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