CURRICULUM for 5 Years ll.b.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

For candidates wishing to pursue the five year LL.B. Degree course

The Five Year Law degree course leading to B.L.S/LL.B. degree is a ten-semester full-time course. The first four Semesters are the pre-law course in which the students are expected to pass the general humanities papers taught as per the requirement of the Mumbai University (Please look into the subjects taught section for details) On completion of the five years (10 semesters) they will be awarded the LL.B. Degree. A student for being eligible for the first-semester examination must have completed the required attendance in the given semester as per the University rules and regulations.

Curriculum for 5 years

Students of the 5 year course will be taught the following papers for each semester as mentioned below. Each Subject consists of 60 marks of semester end examination and 40 marks of internal assessment to the total of 100 marks.

SEMESTER ONE

1. English – I (100 Marks)
2. Logic – I (100 Marks)
3. Economics – (100 Marks)

SEMESTER TWO

1. History (100 Marks)
2. Political Science (100 Marks)
3. Legal Language(100 Marks)

A student for being eligible for admission to the third semester must have passed the first & second semester with an exemption in at least four papers of the first second.

SEMESTER THREE

1. Political Science – II (100 Marks)
2. Sociology (100 Marks )
3. History of Courts (100 Marks )

SEMESTER FOUR

1. English – II (100 Marks )
2. Logic – II ( 100 Marks )
3. Political Science – II (100 Marks )
A student for being eligible for admission for the fifth semester must have successfully passed the third and fourth semester with an exemption in at least six papers of same semesters combined. However, he/she must have passed the papers of the first and second semesters to be eligible for admission to the fifth semester

SEMESTER FIVE

1. Labour Laws (100 Marks )
2. Contract – I (100 Marks )
3. Law of Torts & Consumer Protection (100 Marks)
4. Legal Language (100 Marks )

SEMESTER SIX

1. Law of Crimes (100 Marks )
2. Constitutional Law (100 Marks )
3. Family Law – I (100 Marks )
4. Environmental Law (100 Marks )
5. Practical Training -I (100 Marks )
A student for being eligible for admission for the seventh semester must have successfully passed the fifth and sixth Semesters with an exemption in at least six papers of same semester combined.However, they must have passed all the papers of the third and fourth semesters to be eligible for admission to the seventh semester

SEMESTER SEVEN

1. Administrative Law(100 Marks)
2. Family Law – II (100 Marks)
3. Transfer of Property Law (100 Marks)
4. Company Law (100 Marks)

SEMESTER EIGHT

1. Legal Theory (100 Marks)
2. Contract – II (100 Marks)
3. Land Law (100 Marks)
4. Any One from the following (100 Marks)
Criminology
Taxation Law
Law of Insolvency
5. Practical Training– II (100 Marks)

The standard of passing and rules of exemptions for first to the sixth semester of the three-year law courses shall be the same as that of fifth to the tenth semester of the five years degree Law Course

SEMESTER NINE

1. Civil Procedure Code (100 Marks )
2. Criminal Procedure Code (100 Marks)
3. Interpretation Of Statues (100 Marks)
4. Public International Law & Human Rights (100 Marks)

SEMESTER TEN

1. Alternate Dispute Resolution (100 Marks)
2. Law of Evidence (100 Marks)
3. Optional Papers: – Any Two from the following Subjects
• Banking & Negotiable Instruments Act.(100 Marks)
Law of Insurance (100 Marks)
• Intellectual Property Law (100 Marks)
Conflict of Law (100 Marks)
Law Relating to Woman & Children (100 Marks)
Law and Medicine (100 Marks)
4. Practical training III (100 Marks)
5. Practical Training IV (100 marks)

The standard of passing and rules of exemptions for first to the sixth semester of the three-year law courses shall be the same as that of fifth to the tenth semester of the five years degree Law Course. A student of both LLB, as well as BLS-LL.B. programme, must secure a minimum of 45% of marks in each paper to be declared to have passed the examination in the passed class.A student who secures an aggregate of 60% in both the semesters combined in the first attempt shall be declared to have passed the examination in first class.