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LL.B Program (3 years)

Duration3 Yrs
Intake60
COURSE FEES (Per annum) for Indian Nationals in Rupees1,64,500
COURSE FEES (Per annum) in US $ For PIO/NRI Students US $ 5000
Criteria for Preparation of Merit list
Merit preparation/ short listing of candidates shall be on the basis of score in SAT/MRNAT 2022 / Graduation Qualifying Examination.
Eligibility Criteria
Pass with 50% or more marks in aggregate in the Bachelor’s degree in the qualifying 3 or
4 year bachelor degree examinations.
Note: Manav Rachna now accepts Pearson Test Score for admission
Subject to BCI Approval.

Program Structure

Subject Code

Subject Name

Course Type

Credits

LWH101

Law of Torts

Core

4

LWH102

Principles of Contract 1

Core

4

LWH103

Environmental Law

Core

4

LWH104

Public International Law

Core

4

LWH105

Family Law

Core

4

 

Total

 

20

Subject Code

Subject Name

Course Type

Credits

LWH106

Law of Contract II

Core

4

LWH107

Jurisprudence

Core

4

LWH108

Family Law II

Core

4

LWH109

Legal and Constitutional History of India

Core

4

LWH110

Law of Crimes

Core

4

 

Total

 

20

Subject Code

Subject Name

Course Type

Credits

LWH201

Constitutional Law I

Core

4

LWH202

Law of Evidence

Core

4

LWH203

Criminal Procedure Code

Core

4

LWH204

Administrative Law

Core

4

LWH205

Company Law

Core

4

 

Total

 

20

Subject Code

Subject Name

Course Type

Credits

LWH206

Constitutional Law II

Core

4

LWH207

Civil Procedure Code and Limitation Act

Core

4

LWH208

Intellectual Property Laws

Core

4

LWH209

Property Law

Core

4

LWH210

Labour Laws

Core

4

 

Total

 

20

Subject Code

Subject Name

Course Type

Credits

LWH301

Clinic I (Drafting, Pleading and Conveyancing)

Core

4

LWH302

Clinic II ( Alternate Dispute Resolution)

Core

4

LWH303

Information Technology and Telecommunication Law

Core

4

OPTIONAL SUBJECTS: CHOOSE ANY TWO

LWH304 (1)

Law on Mergers and Acquisitions

Core

4

LWH304 (2)

Juvenile Justice

Core

4

LWH304 (3)

Criminology, Victimology & Penology

Core

4

LWH304 (4)

Banking & Insurance Law

Core

4

LWH304 (5)

Gender Justice

Core

4

LWH304 (6)

Commercial Arbitration – Theory and Doctrines

Core

4

LWH304 (7)

International Humanitarian & Refugee Law

Core

4

LWH304 (8)

Competition Law

Core

4

 

Total

 

20

Subject Code

Subject Name

Course Type

Credits

LWH305

Clinic III (Professional Ethics & Professional Accounting)

Core

4

LWH306

Clinic IV (Moot Court Exercise & Internship)

Core

4

LWH307

Interpretation of Statutes

Core

4

OPTIONAL SUBJECTS: CHOOSE ANY TWO

LWH308 (1)

International Criminal law

Core

4

LWH308 (2)

Insolvency and Bankruptcy Law

Core

4

LWH308 (3)

Socio-economic Offences

Core

4

LWH308 (4)

Forensic Science and Criminal law

Core

4

LWH308 (5)

Securities Law and Market Regulations

Core

4

LWH308 (6)

International Investment Law

Core

4

 

Total

 

20

Detailed Syllabus

Program-Specific Outcomes

PO1: Knowledge Of Law: To gain the knowledge of fundamental principles of Law, basic legislations and leading cases relating to the subjects that form part of an undergraduate programme of study.

 

PO2: Communication Skills: To build an ability to express thoughts and ideas effectively in writing and verbally; communicate with others using appropriate media; confidently share views and express opinions; demonstrate the ability to listen carefully, read and write analytically and present complex information in a clear and concise manner.

 

PO3: Critical Thinking: To gain the capability to analyse and evaluate evidence, arguments, claims, beliefs on the basis of empirical evidence; identify relevant assumptions and implications; formulate coherent arguments; critically evaluate practices, policies and theories to develop knowledge and understanding.

 

PO4: Problem Solving: To be able to extrapolate from what one has learned and apply their competencies to solve different kinds of legal problems, rather than replicate curriculum content knowledge; and apply one’s learning to real life situations.

 

PO5: Analytical Reasoning: To gain the ability to evaluate the reliability and relevance of evidence; identify logical flaws and holes in the arguments of others; analyse and synthesize data from a variety of sources; draw valid conclusions and support them with evidence & examples, and address opposing viewpoints.

 

PO6: Research-related Skills: To build a sense of inquiry and capability for asking relevant/appropriate questions, synthesizing and articulating; ability to recognize and predict cause-and-effect relationships; define problems; formulate and test hypotheses; analyse, interpret and draw conclusions from data; establish hypotheses; ability to plan, execute and report the results of an experiment or investigation.

 

PO7: Moral and Ethical Awareness/Reasoning: To gain the ability to embrace moral/ethical values in life, formulate a position/argument about an ethical issue from multiple perspectives, and use ethical practices in all work. Capability to demonstrate the ability to identify ethical issues related to one’s work, avoid unethical behaviour such as fabrication, falsification or misrepresentation of data or committing plagiarism, not adhering to intellectual property rights; appreciating environmental and sustainability issues; and adopting objective, unbiased and truthful actions in all aspects of work.

 

PO8: Professional Advocacy and Consultancy: To understand how to carry out advocacy and consultancy work in professional capacity and represent the matter of the client before the court or any other appropriate forum in a professional manner.

 

PO9: Digital Literacy: To gain the capability to use ICT in a variety of learning situations, demonstrate ability to access, evaluate, and use a variety of relevant information sources; and use appropriate software for analysing data.

 

PO10: Self-directed Learning: Ability to work independently, identify appropriate resources required for a project, and manage a project upto completion.

 

Program-Educational Outcomes

PEO1: Foundation: Integration of Humanities subjects in the foundation years, provides adequate footing in understanding law and legal principles.

PEO2: Core Competence: Comprehensive understanding of legal concepts, principles and theories, quintessential to the discipline of Law.

PEO3: Skills: Analytical ability, logical reasoning, lateral thinking, attention to detail and persuasive communication are the skills that are critical to an accomplished legal professional.

PEO4: Professionalism: The ability to advise, counsel and represent the clients effectively and responsibly as legal professionals.

PEO5: Learning Environment: The holistic approach to law by reference to the socio-economic-legal & cultural environment in India, giving exposure to cutting edge issues leading to the experiential learning in an encouraging and open academic environment.

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Placement Opportunities 

The legal profession is one of the most lucrative and sought after by the students today. And not without reasons! A law student gets invariably equipped with a host of skills such as critical analysis, lateral thinking, research and public speaking etc. There is no dearth of good prospects available for a sincere law student. Litigation or court room practice, Law firm practice, judicial clerkship, solicitor, arbitration, Mediation, LPO’s etc are the popular avenues that enable a law graduate to find firm footing after Law School. Apart from Judicial and Civil services, a law graduate may opt for higher studies too either in the field of law or any other fields such as MBA or MBL etc. depending on one’s interest. Lawyers can be employed in various fields, be it litigation, judiciary, as in-house counsels in organizations, legal officers and advisors, and many more. Due to the trans-border nature of the legal profession, lawyers now-a-days are also practicing in international law firms. Many students are attracted towards this profession as they are instilled with a sense of justice and helping those in need within the legal framework. In short, the legal field holds hundreds of legal careers including multinational-corporation, International Organizations like UN, academics, court-room practice, Judicial Services and Civil

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