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First Year B.L.S. LL.B Course

Semester I

1. General English Paper I

2. Logic – I

3. Economics


Semester II

1. Political Science -I

2. History

3. Legal Language


Second Year B.L.S. LL.B Course


Semester III

1. Political Science Paper II

2. Sociology

3. History of Courts


Semester IV

1. English - II

2. Political Science –III

3. Logic –II


From Third Year of Five Year Course the curriculum will be the same as that of the Three Years Degree Course of Law.


Curriculum for Three Years Degree Course of Law


First Semester of 3 Years LL.B. Course Paper I- Labour Law


1. Industrial Disputes Act, 1947                   40 Marks

2. M.R.T.U. & P.U.L.P. Act, 1971                   20 Marks

3. Industrial Employments                  20 Marks

4. Standing orders Act, 1971               15 Marks

5. Workmen Compensation Act, 1926   15 Marks

6. Collective Bargaining Act, 1926       10 Marks

          I.L.O. Publication



Paper II – Contract I

General Principles of Contract, Indian Contract Act,

Section 1-75                                                                             60 Marks

Specific Relief Act                                                                     40 Marks



Paper III –

Torts and Consumer Protection Laws

1. Law of Torts                                                                          70 Marks

a. Definition of tort, Nature of tortuous Liability

b. Vicarious Liability

c. Modes of Discharge of Tort

d. General Defense

e. Defamation

f. Torts against body and property

g. Negligence, Contributory negligence, Remoteness

    of damage

h. Public and Private Nuisance

i.  False imprisonment and malicious prosecution

j.  Strict liability

k. Deceit

1. Tort to Domestic Relations

2.  Consumer Protection Law 30 Marks

(Substantive Provisions Only)


Paper IV – Legal Language including General English

1. Grammar usage brief revision of rules of grammar and punctuation 15 marks

    Exam Law related – Do as directed Finding errors Passage for punctuation


2. Comprehension composition & Communication skills             20 Marks.



1. Any 2 out of 3

2. Comprehension           10 Marks

3. Exam Passage from law & language

4. Composition

5. Communication

6. Exam write up on a situation contained in Law & Language


3. Legal Maxims                        15 Marks


(Explain and illustrate their meanings)


Any 3 out of 5


1. Legal concepts (meaning)                            5 Marks

2. Legislative Materials                                 10 Marks

3. Judicial Materials                                    10 Marks

4. Official Reports – Specified Law                10 Marks


Reports                                                       10 Marks

5. Citations & References                              5 Marks

6. Search of Case Law                                  5 Marks



Second Semester of 3 Years Degree Course


1. Law of Crimes                                                             100 Marks

   (Indian Penal Code and General Principals of Crimes)

2. Constitutional Law

    a. Indian Constitution                                                 85 Marks

    b. Protection of Civil Rights Act                                    15 Marks

3. Family Law

    a. Mohammedan Law                                                   35 Marks

    b. Indian Divorce Act and Marriage Act                        15 Marks

    c. Indian Succession Act (sections i-66 only)                          35 Marks

    d. Parsi Marriage and Divorce Act                                15 Marks



3. Environmental Law

    Introduction to problem of Environmental Protection    15 Marks

    Constitutional Provision Regarding Environmental       14 Marks

    Protection Environmental Protectional under

    the General Laws                                                        14 Marks

    Air Pollution Control Act – 1974                                   14 Marks

    Environmental Protection Act – 1986                                     14 Marks

    Environmental Cases decided by the Court                             15 Marks

    Wild Life Protection Act                                                         15 Marks


Paper IX Practical Training Paper -I


Professional Ethics, Advocacy for Lawyers and Bar Bench Relations. This course will be taught in association with practicing lawyers on the basic of the following materials.

i.        Mr. Krishnamurthy Iyer’s book on “Advocacy”

ii.       The Contempt lf Law and Practice

iii.      The Bar Council Code of Ethics

iv       50 Selected opinions of the Disciplinary Committees of Bar Councils and 10 major judgments of the Supreme Court on the subject. The written examination on this paper will have 80 marks and the viva voce will carry 20 marks.

In lieu of the written examination. College may be encouraged wherever appropriate to give the students, seminars and project where they are expected to research and write persuasive memoranda on topic identified in the above subjects.



Third Semester of Three Years Degree Course

1. Company Law                                           100 Marks

2. Transfer of Property Act                              85 Marks

    Indian Easement Act                                 15 Marks

3. Administrative Law                                  100 Marks

4. Family Law II                                           100 Marks


Fourth Semester of Three Years Degree Course


Paper I Legal Theory                                     100 Marks

Paper II Land Laws                                       100 Marks

a. The Land Acquisition Act 1894                    20 Marks

b. The Maharashtra Land Revenue Code

     1966 (Chapter 1 to 5 and 10)

c. The Bombay Rent Act 1947                         20 Marks

    (Section 1 to 31 J only)

d. The MRTP Act 1966                                  20 Marks

e. The Maharashtra Ownership of Flats

    Act 1963                                                  10 Marks



 Paper III Contract II

Agency, Bailment, Indemnity i.e., Indian Contract Act, Section 124 onwards                                                                                40 Marks

Indian Partnership Act                                 30 Marks

Sale of Goods Act                                         30 Marks


Paper IV Optional Subjects (any one of the following)


a. Criminology & Penology

b. Taxation

c. Indian Income Tax Act

d. Bombay Sales Act

e. Central Sales Act



Paper IV –C Bankruptcy 



Paper V Practical Training Paper IX

Public Interest Litigation, Legal Aid and Para Legal Services


This Course carrying 100 marks will have to be designed and evaluated according to local conditions by the Colleges in consultation with the Universities and State Bar Councils. It can be taught partly through classrooms instructions including simulation exercise and partly through extension programme like Lok Adalat, Lagal Aid Camp, Legal Literacy and Para Legal Training. The Course should also contain lessons on Negotiations and counceling, use of Computer in Legal Work, Legal Research in support of Public Interest Litigation, writing of case comments, editing of Law Journals and Law Office Management marks may be appropriately divided to the different programmers that each University might evolve for introduction in the colleges under its control.





Fifth Semester


LL.B. 3rd Year

1. Civil Procedure Code                                 85 Marks

    Limitation Act                                          15 Marks

    Total                                                       100 Marks

2. Criminal Procedure Code                          70 Marks

    Juvenile Justice Act                                  15 Marks

    Probation offenders Act                                        15 Marks

    Total                                                       100 Marks

3. Interpretation of Statutes                         100 Marks

     a. General Principles of Construction and Interpretation

     b. Presumptions and Maxims

     c. Principles of Interpretation

    d. Internal and External Aids to Interpretation

    e. Operation, Expiry and Repeal of Statutes.

    f. Statutes affecting the State, and Jurisdiction of Courts

    g. General Clauses Act

4. Human Rights and International Law                 100 Marks

    a. Public International Law

    b. Human Rights


Semester VI


1. Arbitration Conciliation Act 1966 A lone for        75 Marks

2. Law of Evidence                                       100 Marks


Optional Paper 7 & 8


Any two of the following six papers Law and Medicine       100 Marks

Law relating to Women and Children                                100 Marks

Insurance Law                                                                100 Marks

Intellectual Property Law                                                 100 Marks

Conflict of Laws                                                               100 Marks


Paper IX Practical Training                                              100 Marks


This paper will have three components of 30 marks each and a viva for 10 marks

a. Moot Court: Every student will do at least three moot courts in a year with 10

    marks for each. The moot court work will be on assigned problems and it will be

    evaluated for 5 marks for written submission and 5 marks for oral advocacy.                                                                                                                (30 Marks)


b. Observance of Trial in two cases, one Civil one Criminal        (30 Marks)


Students will attend two trial in the course of the last 2 or 3 years steps observes during their attendance on different days in the court assignment. This scheme will carry                                                (30 Marks)



c. Interviewing techniques and Pre- Trial Preparations               (30 Marks)


Each students will observe two interviewing sessions of clients at the Lawyer’s Office/ Legal Aid Office and record the proceedings in a dairy, which will carry 15 marks. Each students will further observe the Preparation of documents and court papers by the Advocate and the procedure for the filling the suit/ petition. This will be recorded in the diary, which will carry 15 marks.

d. The fourth component of this paper will be viva Voce examination on all the above three aspects. This will carry 10 marks.

Paper X 3rd LL.B Drafting, Pleading and Conveyancing:


This course will be taught through class instructions and simulation exercises, preferably with assistance of practicing lawyers/ retired judges. A part from teaching the relevant provisions of law, the course will include 15 exercise in Drafting carrying a total 45 marks and 15 exercises in Conveyancing carrying another 45 marks (3 marks for each exercise)


Drafting: General Principles of drafting and relevant substantive relevant substantive rules shall be taught.


Pleadings: This will include Civil & Criminal Pleadings




Written Statement

Interlocutory Application

Original Petition and Affidavit

Execution Petition and Memorandum of Appeal and revision

Petition Under Article 226 and 32 of the constitution of India.




Criminal Miscellaneous petition

Bail Application and Memorandum of appeal and revision


Conveyancing :

Sale Deed

Mortgage Deeds

Lease Deed

Gift Deed

Promissory Note

Power of Attorney



The remaining 10 marks will be given in a viva voce examination which will test the understanding of legal practice in relation to Drafting, Pleading and Conveyancing.