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With effect from the academic year 2010 – 11) (Time – 4 pm to 9 pm ) Structure and Duration


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MAHATMA GANDHI UNIVERSITY

SCHOOL OF INDIAN LEGAL THOUGHT

REGULATIONS FOR THE THREE YEAR LL.B COURSE

(with effect from the academic year 2010 – 11)

(Time – 4 PM to 9 PM )
1.Structure and Duration

The LL.B course shall be of three years duration consisting of six semesters. Each semester shall consist of six papers. The total number of papers in the course shall include, among other additional papers, twenty compulsory papers, six optional papers and four papers on practical training, carrying hundred marks each as prescribed by the Bar council of India. The timing of the LL.B course shall be from 4 PM to 9 PM on all working days including Saturday. However the timing during the Sixth Semester of the course shall be from 10 AM to 5 PM on all working days.


2. Number of Seats :

The number of students admitted to the course shall be limited to sixty.


3. Eligibility :

A candidate seeking admission should be a graduate of Mahatma Gandhi University or of any other University recognized equivalent there to by the Mahatma Gandhi University. The minimum marks required is 45% in aggregate. The candidates who are employed shall produce supporting documents to prove the nature of employment or profession and a No Objection Certificate from the employer. For SC/ST candidates the minimum marks required is 40% in the aggregate.

All candidates including those who are employed shall give a written undertaking at the time of admission to the effect that they would abide by the timing of the course as provided in clause(1) above failing which they will not be able to complete the course.
4. Admission :
Admission to the course will be made from the rank-list prepared on the basis of the marks obtained in the entrance test conducted by the School. Every candidate selected for admission will be interviewed by the Director of the School before granting admission. The admissions will be made subject to the reservation rules followed in the University.

5. Entrance Test :
The test shall be of two hours of duration carrying hundred marks. The Entrance Test is intended to test the general knowledge, logical reasoning, language skills etc.
6. Fees :-
The fee structure as applicable to the course at present is:


  • Medical Inspection Fee : 5/-

  • Sports/Games Fee : 150/-

  • University Union Fee : 30/-

  • Quasi University Fee : 8/-

  • Department Union Fee : 50/-

  • Students Aid Fund : 10/-

  • GPA Insurance : 2/-

  • Audio Visual : 10/-

  • Admission Fee : 200/-

  • Library Fee : 100/-

  • Stationery Fee : 100/-

  • Calendar : 50/-

  • Identity Card : 10/-

  • Law Journal Fund : 100/-

  • DDF : 1,000/-

  • Vehicle Maintenance Fund : 1,000/-

  • Magazine Fee : 25/-

  • Matriculation Fee : 100/-

  • Caution Deposit : 250/-

  • Tuition Fee (per Year) : 12,000/-

The fee shall be paid on such dates as notified by the School. This fee structure is subject to the changes that may be made by the University from time to time.



7. Attendance

In order to be eligible for admission to the University Examinations, the candidate shall have attended not less than seventy five percent of the lectures in each paper. However if a candidate has secured not less than sixty percent of the attendance in a subject, the deficiency to make up the required minimum of seventy five percent may be, for valid reasons, condoned by the Vice-Chancellor on the recommendation of the Director of the School. A candidate shall be allowed to avail this benefit of condonation only once during the entire course.



8. Examination :
There shall be a University Examination at the end of each semester.

9. Internal Assessment.
There shall be a component of internal assessment marks in all the semesters as indicated in the table of distribution of papers and marks in this Regulations. The marks for internal assessment shall be awarded by the Course Teacher on the basis of the following guidelines:


  • Attendance : Five Marks

For every five percent of attendance above seventy five percent of the attendance of the lectures in the subject, one mark shall be awarded.

  • Test Papers :

Twenty five Marks (minimum of two test papers - the average thereof)

  • Assignment : Ten Marks

The mode of internal assessment in the case of the papers on practical training shall be as prescribed by the Bar Council of India. The internal assessment marks awarded in a paper or papers in a semester by the concerned course teacher shall be final. The re-assessment or improvement of the internal assessment marks shall be permissible only in cases of redoing of the course.



10. Viva-voce

There shall be a viva-voce examination, carrying 50 marks, at the end of the sixth semester of the course. The viva-voce shall be based on the subject studied in the course and on the practical training undergone.


The Viva-voce shall be conducted by a Board consisting of the Director of the School as its Chairman, a Course Teacher from the School and an External Expert who shall either be a Professor of Law or a Senior Advocate from the Bar, having not less than fifteen years of standing in the Bar. The Board shall be constituted by the Director of the School
11. Promotion
Passing of the examination in one semester is not compulsory for promotion to the next semester. A student who has satisfactorily completed the course of one semester and is found to be eligible for admission to the examination of that semester and who has registered for that examination shall be allowed to continue the studies for the next semester even if he has not sat for or passed the examination of that semester. Provided that no student shall be allowed to appear for any semester examinations of the course after the expiry of five years from the commencement of the academic year in which the student had joined for the course in the School.

12. Passing Standard

A candidate who obtains not less that 50% of the marks in individual papers in the examination for a semester shall be declared to have passed in the examination of that semester.



A candidate who passes in all the six semesters shall be declared to have passed the LL.B Degree Examinations.

13. Exemption :
A candidate who obtains not less than 50% of the marks in a paper or papers may be allowed to claim exemption and to count the marks so obtained at any subsequent appearance.
14. Gradation:
A candidate who obtains not less than 60% of the total aggregate marks in all the six semesters and who does not claim any exemption as referred to in Reg. 13 shall be placed in the First Class. A candidate who has secured a First Class with 70% or more of the marks shall be declared, to have passed with distinction. Other successful candidates shall be placed in the second class. The first three ranks may be declared on the basis of the total aggregate marks obtained in all the six semesters by the candidates, provided the candidate does not claim any exemption as referred to in Reg. 13 in any paper through out the course.

15. Table of distribution of papers and marks

Title of the Paper Marks Total

External Internal

SEMESTER – I

  • Jurisprudence 60 40 100

  • Constitutional Law – I 60 40 100

  • Law of Contract 60 40 100

  • Family Law – I 60 40 100

  • Law of Torts 60 40 100

  • Law of Crimes I- Penal Code 60 40 100

SEMESTER – II

  • Indian Legal Thought 60 40 100

  • Constitutional Law – II 60 40 100

  • Special Contract 60 40 100

  • Family Law – II 60 40 100

  • Law of Crimes-II: Criminal Procedure Code 60 40 100

  • Law of Property 60 40 100

SEMESTER – III

  • Administrative Law – I 60 40 100

  • Civil Procedure Code and 60 40 100

Limitation Act.

  • Law of Evidence 60 40 100

  • Law of Consumer Protection 60 40 100

and Motor Accident Claims

  • Law of Insurance 60 40 100

(Optional Paper – I)

  • Labour and Industrial Law – I 60 40 100

SEMESTER - IV

  • Administrative Law – II 60 40 100

  • Principles of Taxation Law 60 40 100

  • Environmental Law 60 40 100

  • Public International Law 60 40 100

  • Intellectual Property Law 60 40 100

(Optional Paper – II)

  • Labour and Industrial Law – II 60 40 100


SEMESTER - V

  • Company Law 60 40 100

  • Land Laws 60 40 100

  • Alternate Dispute Resolution 60 40 100

(Clinical Paper – 1)

  • Human Rights Law 60 40 100

(Optional Paper – III)

  • Cyber Law 60 40 100

(Optional Paper – IV)

  • Law of Local Self Govt. 60 40 100

(Optional Paper – V)
SEMESTER - VI


  • Interpretation of Statutes 60 40 100

(Optional Paper – VI)

  • Professional Ethics and 60 40 100

Professional Accounting System

(Clinical Paper – II)



  • Drafting, Pleading and 100 100

Conveyance(Clinical Paper-III)

  • Moot Courts and Mode Trials 100 100

((Clinical Paper – IV)

  • Court Visits and Pre-trial 100 100

Preparations (Clinical paper-V)

  • Viva-voce 50 50


The course contents of the papers in each semester and the study materials and texts will be determined by the Staff Council.


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