LL.M.

Post Graduate Law Degree Course – LL.M.,

Specialization : Branch I – Business Laws, Branch II – Industrial Relations & Labour Laws

Eligibility for Admission

Candidates possessing a degree in Law from any recognised University complying with the eligibility criteria are eligible for admission to Postgraduate Degree course with a minimum of 45% marks (40% for SC/ST candidates).

Admission Procedure

Admission to the LL.M. degree programme is made purely on the basis of merit. The admission to the course shall be subject to fulfilling the conditions stipulated in the regulations at the time of admission and production of documentary evidence of their eligibility. The candidate shall after submission of duly filled application, appear before the admission committee for screening. The admission committee shall determine the eligibility of the candidate for admission.

Course Structure – LL.M – Branch I, Business Laws

Paper No. Title of the Paper Paper No. Title of the Paper
I Semester II Semester
1.1 Legal Theory 2.1 Judicial Process
1.2 Law and Social transformation in India 2.2 Research Methodology
1.3 Foundations of Contract Law 2.3 Corporate Governance
1.4 Contractual Remedies 2.4 Environmental Laws
1.5 Formation of Companies & Capital Structure 2.5 Law of Insurance
III Semester IV Semester
3.1 Constitutional Law-The New Challenges 4.1 Dissertation for 100 Marks
(80marks Dissertation* submission and 20marks for viva)
3.2 Corporate Restructuring and Insolvency 4.2 Allied Corporate laws and practice
3.3 Corporate Audit and Taxation 4.3 Law of Banking
3.4 Intellectual Property laws 4.4 Commercial Transactions
3.5 Choice Based Scheme.  (Any one of the following)
a. Socio-Psychological Issues and Social Work Intervention
b. Marketing Management
c. Public Economics
d. Intellectual Property Rights (Offered by the college for Non-Laws Students)
4.5 Human Resource Management and Corporate Relations


Course Structure – LL.B – Branch II, Industrial Relations and Labour Laws

Paper No. Title of the Paper Paper No. Title of the Paper
I Semester
II Semester
1.1 Legal theory 2.1 Judicial Process
1.2 Law and Social transformation in India 2.2 Research Methodology
1.3 Trade Unions & Trade Union Laws 2.3 Industrial Relations – Compulsory Adjudication and Voluntary Arbitration
1.4 International Labour Organization & Basic Human Rights 2.4 Wages and Fixation of Wages
1.5 Industrial Relations – Prevention, Settlement of Industrial Disputes 2.5 Law relating to Service Regulations
III Semester
IV Semester
3.1 Constitutional Law 4.1 Dissertation for 200 Marks
3.2 Social Security Laws 4.2 Challenges to Industrial Relations Law and Comparative Labour Law
3.3 Conditions of Work and Employment Injury Compensation 4.3 Agricultural Labour
3.4 Unorganized Labour and Legal Representation 4.4 ILO and WTO Interface
3.5 Child Law & Women Law