Course outcome LL.B.

Semester -1

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Jurisprudence-1 K-1001

On successful completion of this course, you will be able to:

  • Demonstrate an advanced and integrated understanding of the political, social, historical, philosophical, and economic context of law.
  • Engage in identification, articulation and critical evaluation of legal theory and the implications for policy.
  • Critically analyze and research complex problems relating to law and legal theory and make reasoned and appropriate choices amongst alternatives.
Constitutional Law of India K-1002
  • To create and set up a basic philosophical tenets of Indian Constitutional Law
  • To instill not just a bare understanding of but a perspective on constitutional developments in Indian Constitutional Law.
  • To understand the system of Government and the fundamental principles governing its organization.
  • To understand the detailed analysis of fundamental freedoms guaranteed under the Indian Constitution.
Law of Torts K-1003
  • To study the principles of Tortuous liability, The defenses available in an action for torts, the capacity of parties to sue and be sued and matters connection there with.
  • To study and evaluate the specific torts against the individual and property. With rapid industrialization, inadequacy of the law to protect the individual is exposed.
  • The students should reflect on the alternative forms, and also the remedies provided under the Consumer Protection Act, 1986.
Law of Crimes – I (Indian Penal Code) K-1004
  • Understand and describe areas of criminal justice, law and society through a critical analysis of the subject
  • Analyze lacunas within the criminal justice system and suggest the amendments have to make to provide the justice according to the changing needs of the society.
  • Summarize the process of judicial review and identify criteria used by courts to evaluate the constitutionality of criminal law of India.
  • Identify and synthesize social theory about crime, justice, and social deviance and explain and address various obstacles and barriers experienced by individuals before, during, and after internment
  • Problem-solve complex issues in the criminal justice system and society related to policy, law enforcement, vulnerability, and marginalization
Contract – I (General Principles of Contract) K-1005
  • Define, distinguish and apply the basic concepts and terminology of the law of contract;
  • Define and distinguish amongst the various processes involved in contract formation;
  • Identify the relevant legal issues that arise on a given set of facts in the area of contract law;
  • Select and apply a range of approaches to written communication, and apply the critical thinking required to bring about creative solutions to complex legal problems in the area of contract law;
  • Formulate oral and written arguments in response to a given set of facts;


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Jurisprudence-II (Legal Concepts) K-2001
  • To learn about the various aspects related to personality in law.
  • To know about the legal requirement for ownership and possession.
  • To understand the relation between law and morality and its effect in development of society.
  • To know about various sources of law and their importance in the present legal system in India.
Constitutional Law of India-II (Structure and working of the Indian constitution) K-2002
  • To understand the form of Government- Parliamentary and Presidential.
  • To understand the Parliamentary democracy and its structure
  • To understand the contemporary status of centre-state relations.
  • To generate understanding of methods of amendment in the constitution of India.
Family law I (Hindu Law) K-2003
  • Students studying family law learn about   concepts like Succession, Inheritance etc.
  • Family law examines and compares   personal laws.
  • To under the various aspects related to family relation including maintenance, marriage, divorce etc.
Contract – II (Specific Contract and Law of Partnership) K-2004
  • In the society wherein all major ventures are getting corporatized, a law student should acquaint himself with the knowledge of special contracts apart from equipping himself with general principles of contract.
  • To understand the requirement of specific enforcement of a contract and situations in which the specific enforcement can be refused.
  • To understand the requirements of establishing a partnership firm and various legal aspect thereto
Indian Legal and Constitutional History K-2005
  • This subject provides information about the historical aspect of legal history of India.
  • To provide insight about the pre independence development of legal system in India.
  • To aware about the part played by the britishers in the establishment of legal system in India.
  • To understand about the historical aspects of development of Indian Constitution.
  • To understand the role of Constituent assembly in framing of the Indian Constitution.
Law of Taxation K-2006
  • This subject provides an introduction to, and overview of, fundamental concepts of income tax law.
  • Employ a broad understanding of tax law
  • Conduct tax law research by using research skills to interrogate primary and secondary legal materials, and analyse and synthesise complex legal information


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Family Law- II (Muslim Law) K-3001
  • Students studying family law learn about concepts like Succession, Inheritance
  • Family law examines and compares personal laws
  • Students will gain skills of thinking, analysis, written and verbal presentation of ideas of argument
Public International Law K-3002
  • To aware the students about the importance of International Law and its development.
  • To know about the various sources of International Law.
  • To understand the relation between International Law and Municipal law and their effects on each other.
  • To understand the various aspects of International Law relating to Law of War and Sea.
  • To know about the various elements that are required to establish a state.


Administrative Law K-3003
  • Administrative law is mainly a judge-made law and has secured its present features through a Myriad of judicial decisions. A student got a deep knowledge of the operation and changing phenomena of these standards from a comparative angle.
  • The ever increasing number of delegated legislation in the form of rules, regulations, circulars and general orders has the characteristics of law, which though framed by administration, impose burden on the rights of citizens.
  • Analyze the scope of review of delegated legislation and the limitations on the judicial review of administrative action, the Principles of Natural Justice also have studied in detail in this course.
Law of Property and Easement K-3004
  • Analyse and define the concept and nature of transfer of immovable property and  illustrate the different types of transfers and rules relating to it.
  • Analyse the rule relating to transfer of property within two living people and the consequences of it.
  • Evaluate the rules relating to general transfer of immovable property.
  • Determine and analyse the rules of Sale of Immovable Property and rights and liabilities of seller and buyer.
  • Analyse and evaluate the rules governing Mortgage’s, Leases, Exchanges, Gift and Actionable Claims rights and liabilities of transferor and transferee.
  • Analyse and evaluate the rules relating concept of easement and kinds of easement and rights and liabilities of transferor and transferee.
Professional Ethics, Accountability of Lawyers and bar Bench Relation (Practical Training K-3005
  •  To understand and apply the professional ethics and ethical standards of the legal profession.
  • To know and evaluate the key themes in professional ethics, to give them an insight into moral decision making in the legal profession.
  • To know, should lawyers aim to win at all costs, and how should they balance duties to their client, to the Courts, to justice in the abstract, and to themselves?



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Company law K-4001

Explain and apply to various fact scenarios the concept of separate legal entity.


To explain the basic documents such as MOA and AOA required for company.


To develop the ability to identify and effectively use corporate law resources. And to develop the ability to learn company law both independently and cooperatively in a professional environment.


To evaluate and analyze socially reasonable corporate behavior.

Labour and Industrial Law


  • The nature and scope of labor laws
  • The rationale of labor laws in organizations.
  • To identify all aspects of Labour Law practiced in India
  • To exhibit a comprehensive theoretical and practical understanding of Labour Law
  • To demonstrate an intellectual capacity for solving industrial disputes.
Environmental Law K-4003
  • Analyze advanced and integrated understanding of the complex body of knowledge in the field of environmental law.
  • Develop the capacity to identify new law and apply existing law in the rapidly evolving legal context for environmental law
  • Understand in depth knowledge of the specialist area of environmental law and associated disciplinary areas
  • Determine and analyse the different causes of pollution and legal remedies to control it on national level.
  • Analyse and evaluate laws relating to environmental aspect on a national level and its comparison with other countries.

Criminology and Penology


  • Analyse and define the concept of crime and antisocial behaviour in society and the difference between crime and morality as the concept of crime changes from society to society.
  • Analyse the various views given by philosophers on criminology.
  • Evaluate the reasons behind the crime and significance of Penology in the present society and theories of the punishments and its application in the criminal justice system.
  • Determine and analyse the role and function of the Police in the administration of criminal justice system as they play important role in maintaining law and order.
  • Analyse and evaluate the role of prison and prison officers in execution of the punishment given by the court.

Law of Trust, Equity and Fiduciary Relation


  • To facilitate and promote awareness among people to donate various organs of human body. Within preview of law.
  • To ensure people’s involvement in developing a society wherein peace, justice and equality prevail.
  • To promote self-employment and other ventures for the benefits of weaker sections.
Banking Law Including Negotiable Instrument Act K-4006
  • To study the importance of Banking Law and Institutions in the present-day economy.
  • To understand and apply the several policy initiatives and legislative amendments have changed the role of Banks from being mere economic institutions into agents of social change.
  • To study and deploy a range of subject specific, cognitive and transferable skills to the different government enactments, regulation and control the banks and banking operations, through Reserve Bank of India and Ministry of Finance.
  • Students should develop the skills by studying the operational parameters of banking law, and teach the general principles of banking law and to develop appreciative faculties of the students in statutory as will as well as case – law in this area.
Arbitration, Conciliation and Alternate dispute Resolution (Practical Training) K-4007
  • Familiarize with the modalities and techniques of resolution of conflict which is a necessary component in the endeavors of developing expertise in juridical exercise.
  • To understand and analyze the traditional justice delivery system through adjudication along with an alternative mode of dispute resolution in the common law countries.
  • To approach the processes of arbitration, conciliation and mediation in areas where the traditional judicial system had its sway in the past and in the new areas of conflicts that demand resolution by alternative methods.



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Civil  Procedure code and Limitation Act K-5001
  • Know the detail procedure for redressal of civil rights.
  • Understand, where the suit is to be filed? The essential forms and procedure for institution of suit, the documents in support and against, evidence taking and trial, dimensions of an interim order, the peculiar nature of the suits, the complexities of executing a decree and provisions for appeal and revision are all matters which a lawyer for any side is to be familiar with.
  • To have good grounding in the subject before one enters the profession
Law of Crimes-II (Code of Criminal Procedure) K-5002
  • Students will understand importance of criminal procedure followed by criminal courts
  • It explains procedure from arrest till trials and punishments
  • It is important legislation which gives practical knowledge to students
  • It also covers appeals revision etc
  • It explains hierarchy of criminal courts
Law of Evidence K-5003
  • Analyse and define the concept and general nature of evidence, and illustrate the different types of evidence and court procedures relating to evidence.
  • Analyse the rule relating to relevance of evidence and admissibility of evidence before the court.
  • Evaluate the rules relating to dying declaration and admissibility of dying declaration
  • Determine and analyse the standard of proof and burden of proof in civil and criminal cases, and specify types of presumptions.
  • Analyse and evaluate the rules governing examination in chief, cross examination and re- examination, and establish the procedures in the conduct of a civil or criminal trial
  • Determine the rules relating to competence and compellability of witnesses in relation to case study material.
Land Laws including Ceiling and other Local Laws K-5004
  • Understand and describe legislative power to make laws relating to land and land ceiling is in the state list.
  • Different states have enacted their own laws on this subject and the application of these laws is varied from state to state.
  • The Constitutional perspectives relating to these subjects have to be taught as an essential part of this course.
  • Problem-solve complex issues in the land related matters and society related to policies, law enforcement, government bindings and etc.
Drafting and Pleading and Conveyancing (Practical Training) K-5005
  • Analyze and define the concept of Pleading and various rules of pleading and able to handle the client during the course of interaction.
  • Articulate the argumentation process and apply the legal drafting abilities during the appearances before Court and Tribunals
  • Recognize the way to move to the criminal justice system with aid of various complaints.
  • Identify and discuss the various forms of conveyancing deed such as sale deed, gift, mortgage etc.
  • Apply legal drafting skills and understand practical aspect of registration of such documents.


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Interpretation of Statues K-6001
  • Know what are the  echniques adopted by courts in construing statutes? And the importance of the law making process in the present context.
  • What are the matters to be reckoned with by legislature while enacting laws?
  • Understand and analyze the judicial interpretation, construction of words, phrases and expressions.
Legal Language and Legal Writing Including Proficiency in General English K-6002
  • Understand and describe importance of Legal Language.
  • Develop the Composition skills.
  • To provide the students with adequate experience to apply to legal rules.
  • To equip the students with sufficient knowledge of countries legal systems.
Law of Human Rights K-6003
  • Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the international human rights framework, its origins and justifying theories;
  • Demonstrate capacity to assess how specific human rights may be asserted, enforced or violated;
  • Critically evaluate the relationship between international and domestic law on human rights;
  • Demonstrate understanding of the role of lawyers in human rights protection and capacity to contribute to ongoing processes of law reform.
Intellectual Property Law OR K-6004
  • Students in this course will be able to get a holistic understanding of the complexities involved in the process of attributing intellectual property rights to people.
  • Students learn the legalities of intellectual property to avoid plagiarism and other IPR relates crimes like copyright infringements, etc.
Information Technology and Cyber Law OR K-6005
  • Cyber Law deals with all the aspects of Cyber law as per Indian/IT act 2008.It also covers overview of Intellectual l Property Right and Trademark Related laws with respect to Cyber Space
  • With the knowledge of Cyber Law students are able to demonstrate a critical understanding of the Cyber law with respect to Indian IT/Act 2008
  • It also covers cyber security to curb the incidences of cyber crime
Law Relating to Woman and Child OR K-6006
  • Apply a systematic approach to eliminate on the ideas in the institutions which marginalize, subordinate and accord secondary citizenship women and underestimate or makes the women’s contribution invisible.
  • Organizes awareness, skill training and capacity building programmes to different classes of women and men.
  • Provides consultancy to Identify and discuss issues related to women and child development and inculcates entrepreneurial spirit among the girls, rural and urban grass root women and promote micro entrepreneurs.
  • Develops a portal of potential employment opportunities in local areas.
  • The course will Study and analyze, what are the legal provisions enacted to ameliorate these situations with special emphasis on Indian Municipal Law and what is the scope and shortcomings in the existing legal regime in this regard?
Law Relating to Right  to Information K-6007
  • Throughout the world, the right to information is seen by many as the key to strengthening participatory democracy and ensuring more people centered development. It is important for the students to understand the significance of right to information in the changing scenario.
  • In India also, the Government enacted RTI Act in 2005 allowing transparency and autonomy and access to accountability in Public Authority.
  • At the end of the study lesson students have understood and analyze the important definitions, Public Authorities and their obligations, information which is exempted from disclosure, Constitution of information commissions and their powers and penalties.
Moot Court, Pre-Trial Preparation and Participation in Trial Proceedings(Practical Training) K-6008
  • Understand how to prepare a suit and how to file
  • Know the practical approach of the law course Get the practical training to make the career bright