B.A.LL.B. 5 Years
Literally, B.A. in B.A. LL.B stands for a combination of Bachelor of Arts and LL.B. stands for Legum Baccalaureus. It is a 5 year degree course which can be pursued after the 12th standard, i.e. 10+2.
B.A.LL.B. is specially targeted for the students who have an interest to pursue legal education with social sciences for the benefit and betterment of the society and also for the creation of well trained and dedicated professionals within the legal framework.
The Eligibility criteria to get enrolled into B.A. LL.B. (Five year course) is to secure a minimum of 44.5 % marks for General , 42% marks for OBC and 39.5% marks for SC/ST (All subjects) in 10+2 in either of the streams i.e. Science, Commerce or Humanities (Arts).
|PO1||Explore and explain the substantial & procedural laws in which they are made/ drafted and how students think and understand the legislative setup.|
|PO2||Interpret And Analyze the legal and social problems and work towards finding solutions to the problems by application of laws and regulations.|
|PO3||Inculcate values of Rights and Duties, and transfer these values to real-life through legal and judicial process for promoting community welfare.|
|PO4||Apply ethical principles and commit to legal professional ethics, responsibilities and norms of the established legal practices.|
|PO5||Recognize the need for and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broader context of legal change.|
PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES
|PSO1||Acquire advance knowledge in the specific field of law chosen for the specialization.|
|PSO2||Students are equipped with the knowledge of teaching methods through the subject on Teaching Pedagogy thereby enabling them to enter the teaching profession.|
|PSO3||The students get acquainted with research methods through the subject of Research Methodology.|
|PSO4||Through compulsory research component in the form of Dissertation, the students learn to conduct research study.|
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR ADMISSION
B.A.LL.B. 5 Years Integrated Course | LL.B. 3 Years Course