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Course Matrix - BBALLB (Honors)

The innovatively conceived 5 year integrated B.B.A.LL.B. (Honours) Degree Program of NCU Law School integrates the study of law with management in a semester mode for enhancing the employability of NCU Law Students and for a stress free legal education in an era of specialty and super specialty subjects. This five year program gives students the intellectual foundations for legal study, and gives them the opportunity to focus their studies on areas of particular interest through advanced classes, clinics, moot courts and writing projects.

NCU Law School had adopted the "clinical method" for exposing "the student to actual problems confronting him with actual people who are in actual trouble". Through clinical courses, students of NCU Law School are exposed not only to lawyering skills but also the essential values of the legal profession: provision of competent representation; promotion of justice, fairness, and morality; continuing improvement of the profession; and professional self-development.

Getting a job after graduation is a real challenge, especially when one doesn’t have any work experience.  The irony is: to get work experience one must first get a job. We consider ‘Internship’ as the only solution for this.  Hence internship at NCU Law School is mandatory and is the main strategy for improving the ‘employability’ of our students.

Internship at NCU Law School is compulsory for every student of B.B.A.LL.B. (Honours) Degree Program.  The Students of NCU Law School will get enviable opportunities to intern at various institutions/Law firms / Courts / Banks / MNCs / Insurance Companies, etc., and to intern with eminent Lawyers and Judges.  The Academic Calendar and the internship program of NCU Law School are designed very diligently to ensure that the students of NCU Law School will have an edge over students studying in other law schools.

 

I YEAR I SEMESTER II SEMESTER
FAMILY LAW - I JURISPRUDENCE
LAW OF TORT including MV Act and Consumer Protection Act FAMILY LAW - II
PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
BUSNIESS ENVIRONMENT MARKETING MANAGEMENT
ENGLISH-I ENGLISH - II
II YEAR III SEMESTER IV SEMESTER
LAW OF CONTRACTS - I LAW OF CONTRACTS-II
LAW OF CRIMES (IPC) LAW OF CRIMES (Cr.PC)
LAW OF EVIDENCE COPORATE LAW - I
ORGANIZATION BEHAVIOUR INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
ENTREPRENEURSHIP BUSINESS ETHICS
BUSNIESS STATISTICS STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT
III YEAR V SEMESTER VI SEMESTER
CORPORATE LAW - II INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS
PROPERTY LAW CONFLICT OF LAWS
ADMINISTRATIVE LAW ENVIRONMENTAL LAW
LABOUR LAW - I LABOUR LAW – II
CIVIL PROCEDURE CODE AND LIMITATION ACT INTERNATIONAL LAW
CONSTITUTIONAL LAW - I CONSTITUTIONAL LAW - II
IV YEAR VII SEMESTER VIII SEMESTER
LAW OF TAXATION HONOURS – 1/3
CLINICAL COURSE – I CLINICAL COURSE -2
ELECTIVE– 1 HONOURS – 1/4
ELECTIVE- 2 ELECTIVE- 3
HONOURS – 1/1 HONOURS – 2/1
HONOURS – 1/2 HONOURS – 2/2
V YEAR IX SEMESTER X SEMESTER
CLINICAL COURSE – 3 ELECTIVE- 4
CLINICAL COURSE – 4 ELECTIVE– 5
HONOURS – 2/3 ELECTIVE– 6
HONOURS – 2/4 EUROPEAN UNION LAW
SEMINAR – 1 SEMINAR – 2
US LEGAL SYSTEM ENGLISH LEGAL SYSTEM

The Course Plan mentioned above is only indicative and the University reserves the right to change the same in future, to suit the requirements of the profession/ industry and as per the norms of the University / Bar Council of India / University Grants Commission.

Subjects for Optional and Honours Courses:

Constitutional Law Group Business Law Group
Legal Philosophy including theory of Justice Law and Economics
Indian Federalism Banking Law
Affirmative Action and Discriminative Justice Investment Law
Comparative Constitution Financial Market Regulation
Human Right Law and Practice Foreign Trade
Gender Justice and Feminist Jurisprudence Law of Carriage
Fiscal Responsibility & Management Transportation Law
Local Self Government including Panchayat Administration Insurance Law
Right to Information Bankruptcy & Insolvency
Civil Society & Public grievance Corporate Governance
Government Accounts & Audit Merger & Acquisition
Law on Education Competition Law
Media & Law Information Technology Law
Health Law Direct Taxation
Citizenship & Emigration Law Indirect Taxation
Interpretation of Statutes and Principle of Legislation Equity and Trust
Legislative drafting Law on Project Finance
  Law on Corporate Finance
  Law on Infrastructure Development
  Special Contract
International Trade Law Crime & Criminology
International Trade Economics Criminal Psychology
General Agreement on Tariff & Trade Forensic Science
Double Taxation International Criminal Law
Dumping and Countervailing Duty Prison Administration
Trade in Services & Emigration Law Penology & Victimology
Cross Border Investment Offences Against Child & Juvenile Offence
Agriculture Women & Criminal Law
Dispute Resolution IT Offences
International Monetary Fund Probation and Parole
Trade in Intellectual Property Criminal Sociology
International Banking & Finance Comparative Criminal Procedure
  Financial and Systemic Fraud
  White Collar Crime
International Law Law & Agriculture
International Organization Land Laws including Tenure & Tenancy system
International Human Rights Law on Agriculture Infrastructure: seed, water, fertilizer, pesticide etc.
Private International Law Law on Agricultural Finance
International Environmental Law Law on Agricultural Labour
IMF & World Bank Agricultural Marketing
Regional Agreement & Regionalization Farming & Cultivation
UNCITRAL Model Codes Farmer and Breeders’ Right
International Labour Organization & Labour Laws Cooperative and Corporatization of Agriculture
International Dispute Resolution Bodies Dispute Resolution and Legal aid
Maritime Law Agricultural Insurance
Law of the Sea and International River Law on SMEs on agricultural processing and rural industry
Humanitarian and Refugee Law  
International Criminal Law and International Criminal Court  
Intellectual Property Law
Patent Right creation and Registration
Patent Drafting and Specification Writing
IPR Management
Copyright
Trade Mark and Design
Trade Secret and Technology transfer
Other Forms of IPR creation and registration
IPR Litigation
IPR Transactions
Life Patent
Farmers and Breeders right
Bio Diversity protection
Information Technology
IPR in Pharma Industry
IPR in SMEs

The list is not exhaustive and subject to revision from time to time in consultation with the University Authorities/Board of Studies.