Regulations *

  • The Bachelors Degree in Law (LL.B) shall consist of regular course of study for a minimum period of six semesters after graduation.

  • The course of study shall be by regular attendance at the requisite number of lectures, tutorials and practical training.

  • The medium of instruction shall be English.

  • From the 2017-18 batch onwards this course will be an academic programme and the candidates are not eligible to enroll as advocates


Admission to the 3 year LLB programme shall be made in compliance with the Bar Council Rules except to their prescription as to upper age limit. There shall be no upper age limit for admission to this programme.

The candidate shall have a minimum of fifty five percentage (55%) of marks in aggregate of the degree examination. A candidate belonging Scheduled castes (SC), Scheduled Tribes (ST) or Other Backward Communities (OBC) shall be eligible to seek admission if they have a minimum of fifty percentage (50%) of marks in aggregate of the degree examination.

Procedure for Selection

Admission to the course shall be made from the rank list prepared by the University on the basis of the performance of the candidate in the Common Admission Test, group discussion and interview. If large number of candidates qualifies the written test, a short list of five times the sanctioned strength of the course shall be made and all candidates from this list shall be called for group discussion and interview. In cases where there is no adequate representation of SC, ST or OBC students in the said list, SC, ST or OBC candidates, as the case may be, who have appeared for the CAT may be invited for group discussion and interview. The pattern of reservation prescribed by the University shall be followed in the admission procedure.


The curriculum shall consist of 20 compulsory, 6 optional and 4 compulsory practical training papers prescribed by the Bar Council of India. The optional papers will be chosen and offered by the school from among the optional paper in the syllabus.

Compulsory Subjects in Law are:

  • Jurisprudence (Legal Method, Indian Legal System and Basic Theory of Law)

  • General Principles of Contract (Law of Contract – I)

  • Special Contracts (Law of Contract – II)

  • Law of Torts and Motor Vehicles Accidents

  • Family Law – I

  • Family Law – II

  • Law of Crimes

  • Law of Criminal Procedure

  • Constitutional Law – I

  • Constitutional Law – II

  • Property Law

  • Law of Evidence

  • Civil Procedure Code and Limitation Act

  • Administrative Law

  • Company Law

  • Public International Law

  • Principles of Taxation Law

  • Environmental Law

  • Labour Law – I (Trade Unions and Industrial Disputes)

  • Labour Law – II (Social Securities Law)

Compulsory Clinical Courses in Law

  • Drafting, Pleading and Conveyancing

  • Professional Ethics and Professional Accounting System

  • Alternative Dispute Resolution

  • Moot Court Exercise and Internship

General Elective Courses in Law:

  • International Trade Law

  • Criminology, Penology and Victimology

  • Air and Space Law

  • Law and Medicine

  • Women and Law

  • Law Relating to Child

  • Law, Poverty and Development

  • Interpretation of Statutes

  • Science, Technology and Law

  • Forensic Science and Medical Jurisprudence

  • Private International Law

  • Land Utilization Law

  • International Humanitarian and Refugee Law

  • Law of the Sea

  • Laws Relating to Armed Forces

  • Laws Relating to Agriculture

  • Law of Local Self Government

  • Disability Law

  • Law Governing Scientific Research

  • Law Relating to Ships

  • Law on Building and Engineering Contracts

  • Securities Laws

  • Marine Safety Law

  • Healthcare Law

  • Law of Co-operative Societies

  • Disaster Management Law

  • Human Rights Law

  • Intellectual Property Laws


There shall be a University examination at the end of each semester. Candidates having not less than 80% attendance in each paper shall alone be admitted to the examination. 10% of the required percentage of attendance in each paper may be condoned by the Vice Chancellor on medical grounds. For each written paper carrying 100 marks, 50% shall be set apart for being awarded by way of internal assessment and 50% marks for the written external examination. Internal assessment shall be made on the basis of overall performance during the semester such as regularity of attendance, preparation and presentation of assignments, test paper scoring and class room participation. The performance in practical training papers shall be assessed internally.

A candidate who is registered and is entitled to be presented for the examination in a semester shall be entitled to pursue the studies for the next semester of the course. There shall be a viva-voce at the end of sixth semester examination which may cover all the courses taught for the whole programme. The viva board shall consist of the Chairman and two examiners, at least one of whom shall be an external examiner.

Pass minimum and classification

For getting a pass in the examination the student shall secure a minimum of 40% of the marks in the continuous evaluation as well as in the end semester examination and a minimum of 50% mark in the aggregate of each paper, except in courses where there is 100% internal assessment. In courses where there is 100% internal assessment the student shall secure a minimum of 50% of total marks earmarked for the programme A candidate who passes in all the papers and secures 50% or more of the aggregate marks for all the six semesters but less than 60% shall be declared to have passed the whole examination in second class.

Successful candidates with 60% marks and above in the aggregate for all the six semesters shall be declared to have passed the whole examination in first class. Successful candidates with seventy-five percentage marks or above in the aggregate for all the six semesters shall be declared to have passed the examination with distinction provided he/she passes all the examinations within the period of whole programme. Ranking shall be done on the basis of marks obtained by the candidate in the whole examination passed in the first chance.

* These regulations are subjected to changes as per the decisions of concerned authorities