Post Graduate Law Degree Course

Post Graduate Law Degree Course – LL.M.,
Master of Laws (4 Semesters / 2 Years)

About PG Department
The Post-graduate department of law was started from the academic year 2005-06.It offers LL.M degree in the branch of Business laws. At the initial stage the intake was twenty and enhanced to twenty five seats. The department has experienced faculty members and involved in imparting education with innovative programmes. The Syllabus is framed to cope with the existing demands and reviewed, updated from the expert committee every year .

Specialization : Branch I – Business 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 StructureLL.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 International Commercial Arbitration
1.2 Law Making Process, Principles of Legislative Drafting and Interpretation 2.2 Research Methodology
1.3 Contemporary Contracts 2.3 Corporate Governance
1.4 Competition Law 2.4 Law of Export and Import Regulation
1.5 Formation of Companies & Capital Structure 2.5 Law of Insurance
III Semester IV Semester
3.1 Constitutional Law-Financial Relations 4.1 Labour Welfare Legislations
3.2 Corporate Restructuring and Insolvency 4.2 World Trade Organisation
3.3 Corporate Taxation 4.3 Law of Banking
3.4 Intellectual Property laws 4.4 Allied Corporate Laws and Practice
3.5 Project Work – (PEDAGOGIES AND METHODS OF TEACHING) 4.5 Dissertation