Bcom LLB

Regulation *

The Bachelor's Degree in Commerce (B.Com.) and Law (LLB) (Honours) shall consist of regular course of study for a minimum period of 10 semesters in five years after plus two.

  • 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.

  • Number of seats: Number of students to be admitted each year shall be decided and notified by the University from time to time.


Minimum qualification for admission: A candidate who seeks admission to the course shall have passed plus two examinations with the prescribed percentage of marks (including languages) at the time of admission. The candidate should have secured a minimum of sixty percent marks for the plus two examinations if he/she pursued science group. The candidates who are from the commerce/arts/humanities stream shall have a minimum of fifty-five percentage of marks for the plus two examinations. Candidates belonging to SC or ST communities or belonging to OEC communities with a pass in the plus two examinations with 40 percent marks are entitled to seek admission.

The maximum age for seeking admission into stream of 5 years integrated Bachelor Degree course in Law is limited to 20 years in general category and in case of applicants belonging to SC or ST or OBC, the upper age limit shall be 22 years. Candidates should not have crossed 20 years of age on July 1st of the year of admission and a candidate belonging to SC or ST or OBC 22 years on the above mentioned date.

Procedure for selection

Admission to the course shall be made from the rank list prepared by the University on the basis of score obtained by the candidate in all India Common Admission Test
consisting of written test, group discussion and interview. If large number of candidates qualify the written test, a short list of five times than the sanctioned strength of the course may be made to call candidates for group discussion and interview. In case where there is no adequate representation of SC and ST as well as OBC studetns in the list so drawn, SC, ST as well as OBC candidates who have appeared for CAT may be invited for group discussion and interview. In making selection for admission, the pattern of reservation prescribed by the University from time to time shall be followed.

Fee structure

A student shall pay the fees prescribed by the University from time to time.


The B.Com, LL.B. (Hons.) curriculum shall consist of 2 language courses and 18 compulsory courses in commerce, 26 compulsory and 14 elective courses in Law. Six of the elective courses shall be chosen and offered by the Law School from among the General Elective Courses. The other eight elective courses shall be chosen either wholly from a particular group or from various groups shown as Special Elective Groups viz., Constitutional Law, Business Law, Law and Agriculture, Intellectual Property Law and such other groups introduced by the University/ Bar Council from time to time depending upon the availability of infrastructural facilities. However, if the Special Elective Courses are chosen entirely from one special group the student shall be awarded an Honours degree specifically mentioning the group. For example, if all the 8 special electives are from Business Law Group, the student shall be given a B.Com., LL.B. (Honours) Degree in Business Law.

Compulsory Subjects 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

  • Consumer Protection Law

  • Family Law – I

  • Family Law – II

  • Law of Crimes-I

  • Law of Crimes-II

  • 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 Subjects are:

  • Drafting, Pleading and Conveyance

  • Professional Ethics and Professional Accounting System

  • Alternative Dispute Resolution

  • Moot Court Exercise and Internship

Compulsory Subjects in Commerce are:

  • Business Organisation and Management

  • Managerial Economics

  • Business Statistics

  • Financial Accounting

  • Business Communication

  • Business Environment

  • Cost Accounting

  • Modern Banking

  • Life Insurance and Social Security

  • Financial Management

  • Marketing Management

  • Human Resource Management

  • Cooperation and Rural Development

  • Information Technology for Business and Law

  • Entrepreneurship Development

  • Corporate Accounting

  • Accounting for Specialised Institutions

  • Auditing Principles and Practice

General Elective Subjects 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

  • Intellectual Property Laws

  • Human Rights Law

  • Animal Protection laws

Special Elective Courses in Law are:

  • Banking Law

  • Insurance Law

  • Law of Carriages

  • Foreign Trade Law

  • Bankruptcy and Insolvency Law

  • Law of Corporate Governance

  • Law of Merger and Acquisition

  • Competition Law

  • Information Technology Law

  • Law on Corporate Finance

Teaching Scheme

Every teacher shall prepare a teaching plan at the commencement of the course. The teaching plan shall contain the details of lectures, seminars, discussions, treatises and other materials relied upon by him or her for handling the classes which shall be participatory. Discussion methods of teaching will be adopted.


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 tenth 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.

A candidate admitted for this course shall complete the programme within a period of eight years from the date of admission.

Pass minimum and classification

A candidate who secures not less than forty percentage in the internal as well as external examinations and also secure and aggregate of fifty percent of the total marks for individual papers in the semester examination shall be declared to have passed the examination in that paper.

A candidate who passes in all the papers and secures 50% or more of the aggregate marks for all the ten semesters but less than 60% shall be declared to have passed whole examination in second class.

Successful candidates with 60% marks and above in the aggregate for all the ten 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 ten 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