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MAHARSHI DAYANAND UNIVERSITY ROHTAK NEW ORDINANCE AND SCHEME OF EXAMINATION OF B.A.LL.B.(Hons) 5 YEAR COURSE SESSION

NEW ORDINANCE AND SCHEME OF EXAMINATION OF B.A.LL.B.(Hons) 5 YEAR COURSE

SESSION 2009-2010

NEW ORDINANCE

B.A.LL.B.(Hons) 5 YEAR COURSE SEMESTER SYSTEM, 2009

1. The duration of the course leading to the B.A.LL.B.(Hons) Degree shall be of five academic years. Each year shall be divided into two semesters i.e. July to November/December and January to April/May. The examination shall ordinarily be held in the month of December and April/May on such dates as may be approved by

the Vice-Chancellor.

2. The schedule of dates fixed in accordance with Clause-1 shall be notified by the Controller of Examinations.

3. The last date by which the examination forms and fee must reach the Controller of Examinations shall be approved by the Vice-Chancellor.

4. A candidate, who fulfils the following conditions shall be eligible to seek admission in the First Semester of B.A.LL.B.(Hons) 5 Year Course:

i) has passed an examination in 10+2 course of a school recognized by the educational authority of Central or State Government with 45% (40% for SC/ST) marks in aggregate. OR

ii) Possesses any other equivalent academic qualifications recognized by this University. Those who have done graduation or Post-graduation shall not be eligible for B.A.LL.B.(Hons) 5 Year Course.

EXPLANATION:

Further, a candidate seeking admission in B.A.LL.B.(Hons) 5 Year Course shall not be more than 20 years of age (as on 31 st July of the concerned session). However, in case of SC/ST candidates the age should not be more than 22 years.

5. A person who has passed the Semester I or II or III or IV or V or VI or VII or VIII or

IX shall be eligible to join the Semester II or III or IV or V or VI or VII or VIII or IX

or X respectively of the B.A.LL.B.(Hons) 5-Year Course. This is, however, subject

to Clauses-12 and 13 below.

6. The examination of Semester I/II/III/IV/V/VI/VII/VIII/IX/X shall be open to a student who:-

i) has passed the requisite examination as laid down above in Clause 4 and 5, as the case may be, or is covered under Clause-13 below; and

ii) has his name submitted to the controller of Examinations by the HOD/Director and produces the following certificates signed by him:

a) of having good character

b) of having remained on the rolls of the Law College for the semester concerned proceedings the examination;

c) of having satisfactorily performed the work of his class.

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d) of having attended not less than 75% of the lectures in each semester as

also in practical training (to be counted upto the last day when the classes break up for the preparatory holidays).

7.

A candidate on the rolls of the Law College or an Ex-student shall submit his application for admission to an examination on the prescribed form with the requisite certificate duly countersigned by HOD/Director or a senior member of the teaching staff nominated by him.

8.

The amount of admission fee to be paid by a candidate for each Semester shall be as prescribed by the University from time to time.

9.

The medium of instructions shall be English. However the medium of examination shall be English/Hindi. Question paper, however, will be supplied in English only.

10.

Candidates shall be examined according to the scheme of examination and syllabus as approved by the Academic Council from time to time.

11.

The minimum number of marks required to pass in each paper of B.A.LL.B. I,II,III,IV,V,VI,VII,VIII,IX and X semester Examination shall be 45% in theory papers and internal assessment and 50% in aggregate of Semester examination.

12.

A candidate who has failed in a semester examination, or having been eligible fails to appear therein, may be allowed on the recommendation of HOD/Director to appear/re-appear in the examination/paper(s), as the case may be, in accordance with clause-II. Such a candidate may be exempted from appearing in the paper(s) in which he obtains at least 50% marks.

Provided that a candidate for the B.A.LL.B.(Hons) 5 Year Degree must pass the whole examination (Semester I,II,III,IV,V,VI,VII,VIII,IX and X within Seven years of his admission to the B.A.LL.B. first Semester class, failing which he will be deemed to be unfit for the course and shall not be allowed to appear in the same either by attending classes again as a regular student or as an ex-student. Note: The candidate admitted to B.A.LL.B.(Hons) 5 Year Course shall not be allowed to switch over to any other course, otherwise his candidature for B.A.LL.B.(Hons) 5 Years Course shall be cancelled forthwith.

13.1

A candidate who has appeared and failed in a semester Examination shall be promoted from I to II,III, to IV and V to VI,VII to VIII, IX to X Semester, subject to the provision of Clause 13.2 below:

The Vice-Chancellor may, in very exceptional cases and where he is satisfied that there were unavoidable circumstances e.g. serious illness, serious calamity like death of father or mother etc. allow a candidate who having been otherwise eligible, failed to appear in the I/III/V/VII/IX Semester Examination or to study for the II/IV/VI/VIII/X Semester Examination, as the case may be, provided that an intimation to this effect accompanied by a documentary proof

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thereof is received in the office of the Controller of Examinations through the H.O.D./Director within 10 days of the expiry of the concerned examination.

13.2.

A candidate who has failed in the Semester I & II or III & IV or V & VI or VII & VIII shall be promoted to the III,V,VII,IX Semesters, as the case may be, only if he has got exemption in the papers as mentioned below:

From Semester I & II to Semester III

If he has passed at least six papers of Semester I & II

From Semester III & IV to Semester V

If he has passed at least 13 papers of Semester – I to IV including six papers of Semester I & II and six papers of Semesters III & IV

 

If he has passed all

the papers of

 

From Semester V & VI to Semester VII

Semester - I & II, 13 papers of Semester III to VI including six papers of Semesters III & IV and six papers of Semester V & VI

From Semester VII and VIII to Semester IX

If he has passed all the papers of Semester -I to IV, 13 papers of Semester V to VIII including six papers of Semesters V & VI and six papers of Semesters VII & VIII

Every student of Semester I,II,III,IV,V,VI,VII,VIII and IX who is entitled to be promoted to B.A.LL.B.(Hons) 5 Year Semester II,III,IV,V,VI,VII,VIII,IX and X

respectively, shall submit an application on the prescribed form for fresh admission to the Semester II,III,IV,V,VI,VII,VIII,IX and X. Any such admission may be refused

by

the HOD/Director on reasonable grounds.

 

14.

The details of the practical training (Moot Court etc.) to be imparted as per syllabus and the dates will be notified by the HOD/Director from time to time.

15.

Four weeks after the termination of examination or as so thereafter as is possible, the Controller of Examinations shall publish the result and issue Detailed Marks Cards.

16.

The candidate who successfully completes the five years (Semester 1 to X) of B.A.LL.B.(Hons) 5 Year Course will be awarded B.A.LL.B.(Hons) 5 Year Degree.

A list of successful candidates shall be prepared on the aggregate marks obtained in

Semester V, VI, VII, VIII, IX and X examination

and

shall be

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arranged in division as under:

(a)

Those who obtain 60% or more mark

First Division

(b)

Those who obtain 50% marks or

Second Division

more marks but less than 60% marks

17. Notwithstanding the integrated nature of this course, which is spread over more than one academic year, the ordinance in force at the time a student joins the course shall hold good only for the examination held during or at the end of the academic year and nothing in this ordinance shall be deemed to debar the University from amending the ordinance and the amended ordinance, if any, shall unless specified otherwise, apply to all students whether old or new.

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SCHEME OF EXAMINATION B.A.LL.B.(HONS) 5 YEAR COURSE FIRST SEMESTER

Name of Paper

Code

Written

Internal

Total

Time

 

Marks

Hindi

101

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

English

102

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Political Science

103

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Sociology

104

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Economics

105

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

History

106

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Additional

102-A

80

20

100

3 Hrs

English*

* Foreign students and the students who have not read Hindi upto 10 th class (Matric/Secondary School) will be allowed to opt additional English in lieu of Hindi. Further, the College/Institute where Hindi is not being taught, may also be permitted to offer the paper of additional English in lieu of Hindi to the students of 1 to IV Semesters of B.A.LL.B.(5 years) Hons Course.

SCHEME OF EXAMINATION B.A.LL.B.(HONS) SEMESTER

5

YEAR

COURSE

SECOND

Name of Paper Code

Written

Internal

Total

Time

 

Marks

Hindi

201

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

English

202

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Political Science

203

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Sociology

204

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Economics

205

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

History

206

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Additional

202-A

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

English*

* Foreign students and the students who have not read Hindi upto 10 th class (Matric/Secondary School) will be allowed to opt additional English in lieu of Hindi. Further, the College/Institute where Hindi is not being taught, may also be permitted to offer the paper of additional English in lieu of Hindi to the students of 1 to IV Semesters of B.A.LL.B.(Hons) 5 Year Course.

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SCHEME

OF

EXAMINATION

B.A.LL.B.(HONS)

5

YEAR

COURSE

THIRD

SEMESTER

 

Name of Paper

Code

Written

Internal

Total

Time

 

Marks

Hindi

301

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

English

302

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Political Science

303

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Sociology

304

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Economics

305

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

History

306

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Additional

302-A

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

English*

* Foreign students and the students who have not read Hindi upto 10 th class (Matric/Secondary School) will be allowed to opt additional English in lieu of Hindi. Further, the College/Institute where Hindi is not being taught, may also be permitted to offer the paper of additional English in lieu of Hindi to the students of 1 to IV Semesters of B.A.LL.B.(Hons) 5 Year Course.

SCHEME OF EXAMINATION B.A.LL.B.(HONS) SEMESTER

5

YEAR

COURSE

FOURTH

Name of Paper Code

Written

Internal

Total

Time

 

Marks

Hindi

401

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

English

402

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Political Science

403

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Sociology

404

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Economics

405

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

History

406

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Additional

402-A

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

English*

* Foreign students and the students who have not read Hindi upto 10 th class (Matric/Secondary School) will be allowed to opt additional English in lieu of Hindi. Further, the College/Institute where Hindi is not being taught, may also be permitted to offer the paper of additional English in lieu of Hindi to the students of 1 to IV Semesters of B.A.LL.B.(5 years) Hons Course.

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SCHEME OF EXAMINATION B.A.LL.B.(HONS) 5 YEAR COURSE FIFTH SEMESTER

Name of Paper

Code

Written

Internal

Total

Time

 

Marks

Law of Contract

501

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Family Law-I

502

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Law of Crimes-I

503

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Constitutional

504

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Law-I Law of Torts

505

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Professional

506

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Ethics Company Law

507

80

20

100

3 Hrs

SCHEME

OF

EXAMINATION

B.A.LL.B.(HONS)

5

YEAR

COURSE

SIXTH

SEMESTER

 

Name of Paper

Code

Written

Internal

Total

Time

 

Marks

Special Contracts

601

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Family Law-II

602

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Constitutional

603

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Law-II Public International Law

604

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Right to Information Law

605

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

(including Media & the Law)

 

Information

606

80

20

100

3 Hrs

Technology Law(Cyber Law)

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SCHEME

OF

EXAMINATION

B.A.LL.B.(HONS)

5

YEAR

COURSE

SEVENTH

SEMESTER

 

Name of Paper

Code

Written

Internal

Total

Time

 

Marks

Jurisprudence

701

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Law of Crimes-II

702

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Administrative

703

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Law Competition Law

704

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Principles of

705

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Taxation Labour and

706

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Industrial Law-I Banking Law

707

80

20

100

3 Hrs

SCHEME

OF

EXAMINATION

B.A.LL.B.(HONS)

5

YEAR

COURSE

EIGHTH

SEMESTER

 

Name of Paper

Code

Written

Internal

Total

Time

 

Marks

Law of Evidence

801

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Environmental

802

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Law Labour and

803

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Industrial Law-II Property Law

804

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Equity & Trust

805

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Penology & Victimology

806

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

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SCHEME OF EXAMINATION B.A.LL.B.(HONS) SEMESTER

5

YEAR

COURSE

NINETH

Name of Paper Code

Written

Internal

Total

Time

 

Marks

CPC Limitation

901

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Drafting, Pleading 902 Conveyance

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

ADR

903

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Law of

904

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Corporate Finance Pvt. International 905 Law

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Foreign Trade

906

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Law

Insurance Law

907

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

SCHEME

OF

EXAMINATION

B.A.LL.B.(HONS)

5

YEAR

COURSE

TENTH

SEMESTER

 

Name of Paper

Code

Written

Internal

Total

Time

 

Marks

Land Law,

1001

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Tenancy & Panchayats

 

Intellectual

1002

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Property Law Interpretation of

1003

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Statutes Moots & Intern- ship

1004

100

Financial Market Regulations

1005

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

NOTE:

1. The internal assessment of 20 marks in each paper shall be as under:

i) Assignment and Presentation

5 Marks

ii) One Class Test

10 Marks

iii) Discipline/conduct/Attendance/etc.

5 Marks

The schedule of class tests and presentation of the assignments etc. will be finalized by the Head of the Deptt./College/Institute in consultation with the teacher concerned and shall be notified to the students accordingly. However, internal assessment shall be made by the teacher teaching the subject. A student who fails to appear in the Class Test or

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present the assignment on the scheduled date due to some emergency, one more chance may be given to such student for appearing in the test or present the assignment as the case may be by the concerned Head of the Department/College/Institute.

2. The question paper of each course will be divided into Five sections, each of the First Four Sections of the Question Paper will contain 2 questions respectively from Unit-1 to Unit-4 of the syllabus. The students will be required to attempt one question from each section. Section 5 of the question paper shall contain 8 short answer type questions of 3 marks each(without any choice) covering the entire syllabus. As such Section 5 will be compulsory. The examiner will be free to set the questions in problem forms based on case law. However, the scheme of examination in respect of Paper Code 1004, B.A.LL.B.(Hons) Tenth Semester, ‘Moots and Internship’ will be different , as there is no theory examination and the paper is totally practical based. Concerned Class Teacher shall conduct this examination and maintain a comprehension record of the evaluation of students. The students shall also prepare in writing a complete record of the various activities carried out by them in connection with this paper in the Class Room/Examination/Court/Lawyer’s office/Legal Aid office etc. and the same shall be produced by them at the time of viva-voce examination. The viva-voce examination of this paper in case of affiliated colleges as well as ILMS, Gurgaon shall be conducted by an examiner from the Department of Law duly appointed by the Head of the Department of Law in this behalf. He will also finalize the award list in consultation with the internal examiner.

3. Every student will have to obtain minimum pass marks in theory paper and internal assessment separately and he will be declared successful on the basis of aggregate of theory and internal assessment.

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MAHARSHI DAYANAND UNIVERSITY ROHTAK NEW ORDINANCE AND SCHEME OF EXAMINATION OF LL.B.(HONS) 3 YEAR COURSE SESSION

NEW ORDINANCE AND SCHEME OF EXAMINATION OF LL.B.(HONS) 3 YEAR COURSE

SESSION 2009-2010

NEW ORDINANCE

BACHELOR OF LAWS (LL.B. (HONS) 3 YEAR COURSE SEMESTER SYSTEM, 2009

1. The duration of the course leading to the degree of Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) Hons shall be of three academic years (six Semesters). Each year shall be divided into two semesters i.e. July to November/December and January to April/May. The examination shall ordinarily be held in the month of December and April/May on such dates as may be approved by the Vice-Chancellor.

2. The schedule of dates fixed in accordance with Clause-1 shall be notified by the Controller of Examinations.

3. The last date by which the examination forms and fee must reach the Controller of Examinations shall be approved by the Vice-Chancellor.

4. A candidate, who fulfils the following conditions shall be eligible to seek admission in the First Semester of LL.B.(Hons) 3-Year Course:

a. has passed an examination in B.A. (3-year) Degree Course of a recognized University with 45% (40% for SC/ST) marks in aggregate. OR

b. Possesses any other equivalent academic qualifications recognized by this University.

5. A person who has passed the Semester I or II or III or IV or V shall be eligible to join the Semester II or III or IV or V or VI respectively of the LL.B. (Hons) 3-year Course. This is, however, subject to Clauses-12 and 13 below.

6. The examination of Semester I/II/III/IV/V/VI shall be open to a student who:-

a. has passed the requisite examination as laid down above in Clause 4 and 5, as the case may be, or is covered under Clause-13 below; and

b. has his name submitted to the controller of Examinations by the HOD/Director and produces the following certificates signed by him:

i. of having good character

ii. of having remained on the rolls of the Law College for the semester concerned preceding the examination;

iii. of having satisfactorily performed the work of his class.

iv. of having attended not less than 75% of the lectures in each semester as also in practical training (to be counted upto the last day when the classes break up for the preparatory holidays).

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7. A candidate on the rolls of the Law College or an Ex-student shall submit his application for admission to an examination on the prescribed form with the requisite certificate duly countersigned by HOD/Director or a senior member of the teaching staff nominated by him.

8. The amount of admission fee to be paid by a candidate for each Semester shall be as prescribed by the University from time to time.

9. The medium of instructions shall be English. The medium of examination shall be English/Hindi. The question paper, however, will be supplied only in English.

10. Candidates shall be examined according to the scheme of examination and syllabus as approved by the Academic Council from time to time.

11. The minimum number of marks required to pass in each paper of LL.B.(Hons) 3-Year Course I,II,III,IV,V and VI semester Examination shall be 45% in theory papers and internal assessment and 50% in aggregate of Semester examination.

12. A candidate, who has failed in a semester examination, or having been eligible fails to appear therein, may be allowed on the recommendation of HOD/Director to appear/re-appear in the examination/paper(s), as the case may be, in accordance with clause-II. Such a candidate may be exempted from appearing in the paper(s) in which he obtains at least 50% marks.

Provided that a candidate for the LL.B.(Hons) 3-year Course Degree must pass the whole examination (Semester I,II,III,IV,V and VI) within five years of his admission to the LL.B. first Semester class, failing which he will be deemed to be unfit for the course and shall not be allowed to appear in the same either by attending classes again as a regular student or as an ex-student.

Note: The candidate admitted to LL.B.(Hons) 3-year Course shall not be allowed to switch over to any other course, otherwise his/her candidature for LL.B.(Hons) 3-year Course shall be cancelled forthwith.

13.1 A candidate who has appeared and failed in a semester Examination shall be promoted from I to II, III to IV and V to VI Semester, subject to the provision of Clause 13.2 below:

The Vice-Chancellor may, in very exceptional cases and where he is satisfied that there are unavoidable circumstances e.g. serious illness, serious calamity like death of father or mother etc. allow a candidate who having been otherwise eligible, failed to appear in the I/III/V Semester Examination or to study for the II/IV/VI Semester Examination, as the case may be, provided that an intimation to this effect accompanied by a documentary proof thereof is received in the office of the Controller of Examinations through the H.O.D./Director within 10 days of the expiry of the concerned examination.

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13.2.

A

candidate who has failed in the Semester I & II or III & IV or V & VI shall be

promoted to the III or V Semesters, as the case may be, only if he has got exemption

in

the papers as mentioned below:

From Semester I & II to Semester III

If he has passed at least six papers of Semester I & II

From Semester III & IV to

If he has passed at least 13 papers of

Semester V

Semester – I

to

IV

including six

 

papers of Semester I papers of Semesters III & IV

&

II

and

six

 

Every student of Semester I,II,III,IV,V and VI who is entitled to be promoted to LL.B.(Hons) 3-year Semester II,III,IV,V and VI respectively, shall submit an application on the prescribed form for fresh admission in the Semester II,III,IV,V and VI. Any such admission may be refused by the HOD/Director or reasonable grounds.

14.

The details of the practical training (Moot Courts etc.) to be imparted as per syllabus and the dates will be notified by the HOD/Director from time to time.

15.

Four weeks after the termination of examination or as so thereafter as is possible, the Controller of Examinations shall publish the result and issue Detailed Marks Cards.

16.

The candidate who successfully completes the three years (Semester 1 to VI) of LL.B.(Hons) 3-year Course will be awarded LL.B.(Hons) 3-year Degree.

A

list of successful candidates shall be prepared on the aggregate marks obtained in

Semester 1 to VI examination and shall be arranged in division as under:

(a)

Those who obtain 60% or more mark

First Division

 

(b)

Those who obtain 50% marks or more marks but less than 60% marks

Second Division

 

17.

Notwithstanding the integrated nature of this course, which is spread over more than one academic year, the ordinance in force at the time a student joins the course shall hold good only for the examination held during or at the end of the academic year and nothing in this ordinance shall be deemed to debar the University from amending the ordinance and the amended ordinance, if any, shall unless specified otherwise, apply

to all students whether old or new.

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SCHEME OF EXAMINATION LL.B.(HONS) 3-YEAR COURSE FIRST SEMESTER

Name of Paper

Code

Written

Internal

Total

Time

 

Marks

Law of Contract

501

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Family Law-I

502

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Law of Crimes-I

503

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Constitutional

504

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Law-I Law of Torts

505

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Professional

506

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Ethics Company Law

507

80

20

100

3 Hrs

SCHEME OF EXAMINATION LL.B.(HONS) 3-YEAR COURSE SECOND SEMESTER

Name of Paper

Code

Written

Internal

Total

Time

 

Marks

Special Contract

601

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Family Law-II

602

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Constitutional

603

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Law-II Public International Law

604

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Right to Information Law

605

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

(including Media & the Law)

 

Information

606

80

20

100

3 Hrs

Technology Law(Cyber Law)

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SCHEME OF EXAMINATION LL.B.(HONS) 3-YEAR COURSE THIRD SEMESTER

Name of Paper

Code

Written

Internal

Total

Time

 

Marks

Jurisprudence

701

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Law of Crimes-II

702

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Administrative

703

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Law Competition Law

704

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Principles of

705

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Taxation Labour and

706

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Industrial Law-I Banking Law

707

80

20

100

3 Hrs

SCHEME OF EXAMINATION LL.B.(HONS) 3-YEAR COURSE FOURTH SEMESTER

Name of Paper

Code

Written

Internal

Total

Time

 

Marks

Law of Evidence

801

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Environmental

802

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Law Labour and

803

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Industrial Law-II Property Law

804

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Equity & Trust

805

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Penology & Victimology

806

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

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SCHEME OF EXAMINATION LL.B.(HONS) 3-YEAR COURSE FIFTH SEMESTER

Name of Paper

Code

Written

Internal

Total

Time

 

Marks

CPC Limitation

901

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Drafting, Pleading 902 Conveyance

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

ADR

903

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Law of Corporate 904

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Finance Pvt. International 905 Law

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Foreign Trade

906

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Law

Insurance Law

907

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

SCHEME OF EXAMINATION LL.B.(HONS) 3-YEAR COURSE SIXTH SEMESTER

Name of Paper

Code

Written

Internal

Total

Time

 

Marks

Land Law,

1001

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Tenancy & Panchayats

 

Intellectual

1002

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Property Rights Interpretation of

1003

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

Statutes Moots & Intern- ship

1004

100

3 Hrs.

Financial Market Regulation

1005

80

20

100

3 Hrs.

NOTE:

1. The internal assessment of 20 marks in each paper shall be as under:

i) Assignment and Presentation

5 Marks

ii) One Class Test

10 Marks

iii) Discipline/conduct/Attendance/etc.

5 Marks

The schedule of class tests and presentation of the assignments etc. will be finalized by the Head of the Deptt./College/Institute in consultation with the teacher concerned and shall be notified to the students accordingly. However, internal assessment shall be made by the teacher teaching the subject. A student who fails to appear in the Class Test or

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present the assignment on the scheduled date due to some emergency, one more chance may be given to such student for appearing in the test or present the assignment as the case may be by the concerned Head of the Department/College/Institute.

2. The question paper of each course will be divided into Five sections, each of the First Four Sections of the Question Paper will contain 2 questions respectively from Unit-1 to Unit-4 of the syllabus. The students will be required to attempt one question from each section. Section 5 of the question paper shall contain 8 short answer type questions of 3 marks each(without any choice) covering the entire syllabus. As such Section 5 will be compulsory. The examiner will be free to set the questions in problem forms based on case law. However, the scheme of examination in respect of Paper Code 1004, B.A.LL.B.(Hons) Tenth Semester, ‘Moots and Internship’ will be different , as there is no theory examination and the paper is totally practical based. Concerned Class Teacher shall conduct this examination and maintain a comprehension record of the evaluation of students. The students shall also prepare in writing a complete record of the various activities carried out by them in connection with this paper in the Class Room/Examination/Court/Lawyer’s office/Legal Aid office etc. and the same shall be produced by them at the time of viva-voce examination. The viva-voce examination of this paper in case of affiliated colleges as well as ILMS, Gurgaon shall be conducted by an examiner from the Department of Law duly appointed by the Head of the Department of Law in this behalf. He will also finalize the award list in consultation with the internal examiner.

3. Every student will have to obtain minimum pass marks in theory paper as well as internal assessment separately and he will be declared successful on the basis of aggregate of theory and internal assessment.

B.A. LL.B.(HONS.) 5 YEAR COURSE FIRST SEMESTER

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B.A. LL.B.(HONS.) 5 YEAR COURSE FIRST SEMESTER

ENGLISH-I Code No.102 Paper Second

MM: 80 Time: 3 hours

NOTE FOR EXAMINER/PAPER SETTER

The question paper of each course will be divided into Five sections, each of the First Four Sections of the Question Paper will contain 2 questions respectively from Unit-1 to Unit-4 of the syllabus. The students will be required to attempt one question from each section. Section 5 of the question paper shall contain 8 short answer type questions of 3 marks each(without any choice) covering the entire syllabus. As such Section 5 will be compulsory.

NOTE FOR STUDENTS( ON QUESTION PAPER) Attempt four questions from sections 1 to 4, selecting at least one question from each section. These questions shall carry 14 marks each. Section 5 is compulsory and each question in this section shall carry 3 marks.

UNIT-I

Text Book (For detailed Study):

“Ten Mighty Pens” (Stories and Essays only) edited by K.A. Kalia Publisher, by Mac Millan India Limited (Two Essay Type Questions will be set, with internal choice, one on stories and one on Essays)

UNIT-II Grammar and usage:

- Tenses, sequence of tenses and concord

- Prepositions

- Basic Transformation:

.

Passives

.

Questions

.

Negatives

.

Indirect Speech

- Question Tags and short response

UNIT-III Composition

- Paragraph writing . Descriptive Paragraph . Expansions

. Paragraph on Legal Topics

- Preparing a debate (For and against)

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UNIT-IV

- Phrasal Verb

- Legal Terms-Meaning and usage Plaint, Plaintiff, Defendant, Petition, Alimony, Maintenance, Bigamy, Judicial Separation, Adoption, Tort, Libel, Homicide, Suicide, Lease, Mortgage, Eviction, Tenancy, Void, Ultra Vires, Mandamus, Deed, Legitimate, Illegitimate, Jurisprudence, Parole, Alibi, Forgery, Primafacie, Subjudice, Status quo, Bonafide, Malafide, Exparte, Exofficio, Interalia, Defacto, Dejure, Indemnity, Sine-die, Habeas corpus, assault, cartel, malfeasance, null, Omission, Overdraw, Patent, Pre-emption Rebuttal, Suffrage

BOOKS RECOMMENDED:

K.A. Kalia

M.L.Tikoo and Subramanian : Intermediate Grammar and Composition

: Ten Mighty Pens (published by Macmillan India Limited)

Macmillan India Ltd.

: Mastering English Grammar

J.C. Nesfield

: English Grammar, Composition and Usage

W.S. Allen

(Revised by N.K. Aggarwal) : Living English Structure

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B.A. LL.B.(HONS.) 5 YEAR COURSE FIRST SEMESTER

POLITICAL SCIENCE CODE NO.103 Paper Third

MM: 80 Time : 3 hours

NOTE FOR EXAMINER/PAPER SETTER The question paper of each course will be divided into Five sections. Each of the First Four Sections of the Question Paper will contain 2 questions respectively from Unit-1 to Unit-4 of the syllabus. The students will be required to attempt one question from each section. Section 5 of the question paper shall contain 8 short answer type questions of 3 marks each (without any choice) covering the entire syllabus. As such Section 5 will be compulsory. NOTE FOR STUDENTS (ON QUESTION PAPER) Attempt four questions from sections 1 to 4, selecting at least one question from each section. These questions shall carry 14 marks each. Section 5 is compulsory and each question in this section shall carry 3 marks.

UNIT-I

(i)

Political Science: Meaning, origin, nature and scope of the discipline

(ii)

Relationship of Political Science with other Social Sciences and especially to Law.

(iii)

State: Meaning, essential elements and distinction between state, society, government and other associations

UNIT-II

(i)

Theories of the origin of the State

(ii)

Theories of nature and functions of the state- Organic, Juristic, Idealistic, Individualistic and Marxist

UNIT-III

(i)

Political Ideologies: Liberalism, Marxism, Socialism, Fascism, Utilitarianism, Gandhism and Sarvodaya

(ii)

Sovereignty: Meaning, Features, Kinds and theories of sovereignty-Austin and Pluralist

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UNIT-IV

(i)

Rights: Meaning, Nature, classification and different theories

(ii)

Liberty: Meaning, Nature, kinds, safeguards and relationship between liberty and law

(iii)

Equality: Meaning, Nature, kinds and relationship with liberty

(iv)

Law: Meaning, sources, classification and relationship with Morality and Public Opinion

BOOKS RECOMMENDED:

Joad, C.E.M. Appadorai, A Asirvatham, A Ray & Bhattacharya, M.:

Narain, Iqbal Singh, G.N. Jain, M.P. Rathore, L.S. and Haqqi, S.A.S. Ghose, Shankar A.C. Kapoor J.C. Johri

: Political Theory : Substance of Politics : Political Theory Political Theories Ideas and Institutions : Rajniti Ke Mool Sidhant : Fundamental of Political Science and Organisation : Rajniti Ke Sidhant : Political Theory and Organisation (Eastern Book Company, Lucknow) : Socialism and Communism in India (Bombay A.Pub.) : Principles of Political Science : Principles of Political Science

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B.A. LL.B.(HONS) 5 YEAR COURSE FIRST SEMESTER

INTRODUCTION OF SOCIOLOGY-I CODE NO.104 Paper Fourth

MM: 80 Time: 3 hours

NOTE FOR EXAMINER/PAPER SETTER The question paper of each course will be divided into Five sections, each of the First Four Sections of the Question Paper will contain 2 questions respectively from Unit-1 to Unit-4 of the syllabus. The students will be required to attempt one question from each section. Section 5 of the question paper shall contain 8 short answer type questions of 3 marks each(without any choice) covering the entire syllabus. As such Section 5 will be compulsory. NOTE FOR STUDENTS( ON QUESTION PAPER) Attempt four questions from sections 1 to 4, selecting at least one question from each section. These questions shall carry 14 marks each. Section 5 is compulsory and each question in this section shall carry 3 marks.

UNIT-I

Nature & Scope of Sociology, relevance of Sociology in the study of law; Basic Concepts:

Norms Values; Status & Role, Institution, Social Structure and Functions

UNIT-II

Marriage: Meaning, Objects and types of Marriage; Family-Meaning, Types and Functions of Family, Political Institutions-Power and Authority; Bureaucracy Economic Institution, Capitalism and Division of Labour

UNIT-III

Socialization-Meaning, Stages and Agencies of Socialization, Social Control-Meaning, Forms and Agencies of Social Control, Religion-Meaning, Forms and Functions of Religion; Educational Institutions-Meaning, Aims and Agencies of Education

UNIT-IV

Social Stratification-Meaning and Forms of Stratification, Social Mobility-Meaning and Types of Social Mobility, Social Change-Meaning, Factors of Social Change and Law and Social Change, Profession-Meaning and its attributes.

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BOOKS RECOMMENDED

Ahuja Ram(2001) Ahuja Ram(2003) Bottomore, T.B.(1972) Giddens, Anthony Harlambos, M.(1998) Inkeles, Alex(1987)

Jayaram, N

Johnson, Harry M.(1995) Schaefer, Richard, T. and Robert P.Lamm

: Indian Social System : Society in India : Sociology: A guide to problems and literature : Sociology, Polity Press : Sociology: Themes and Perspective : What is Sociology? : Introductory Sociology : Sociology: A Systematic Introduction : Sociology

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B.A. LL.B.(HONS.) 5 YEAR COURSE FIRST SEMESTER

ECONOMICS-I CODE NO.105 Paper Fifth

MM: 80 Time: 3 hours

NOTE FOR EXAMINER/PAPER SETTER The question paper of each course will be divided into Five sections, each of the First Four Sections of the Question Paper will contain 2 questions respectively from Unit-1 to Unit-4 of the syllabus. The students will be required to attempt one question from each section. Section 5 of the question paper shall contain 8 short answer type questions of 3 marks each(without any choice) covering the entire syllabus. As such Section 5 will be compulsory. NOTE FOR STUDENTS( ON QUESTION PAPER) Attempt four questions from sections 1 to 4, selecting at least one question from each section. These questions shall carry 14 marks each. Section 5 is compulsory and each question in this section shall carry 3 marks.

UNIT-I: General Economics

a) Central Problems of Economy

b) Nature of Economics, Economics and Law

c) Economics as a basis of social welfare and social justice

d) Economic systems: Capitalism, Socialism and mixed economic system

UNIT-II: Micro Economics

Elementary Knowledge of Economic Theories

a) Demand, Elasticity concepts

b) Supply; Elasticity of Supply

c) Production; Production Functions

d) Factors of Production

UNIT-III: Markets & Price determination

a) Cost and Revenue Functions

b) Market Structures and price determination and Equilibrium

c) Theories of distribution

d) Wages, Rent, Interest, Profit

UNIT-IV: Macro Economics

a) National Income Concept

b) Determinants and Measurement of National Income

c) Role of Credit and Banking System in India

d) Rural Money Market

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BOOKS RECOMMENDED Alfred W.S. Stonier & Hague P. Samuelson Dewett K.K. Leftwitch R.G. Myrdal Gunnar

: The Essentials of Economics : Economics An Introductory Analysis (ISER) : Modern Economic Theory S Chand and Company : Price System and Resource Allocation : The Challenges of World Poverty(Penguin)

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B.A. LL.B.(HONS.) 5 YEAR COURSE FIRST SEMESTER

HISTORY-1 CODE NO.106 (History of Ancient India) Paper Sixth

MM: 80 Time: 3 hours

NOTE FOR EXAMINER/PAPER SETTER The question paper of each course will be divided into Five sections, each of the First Four Sections of the Question Paper will contain 2 questions respectively from Unit-1 to Unit-4 of the syllabus. The students will be required to attempt one question from each section. Section 5 of the question paper shall contain 8 short answer type questions of 3 marks each(without any choice) covering the entire syllabus. As such Section 5 will be compulsory. NOTE FOR STUDENTS( ON QUESTION PAPER) Attempt four questions from sections 1 to 4, selecting at least one question from each section. These questions shall carry 14 marks each. Section 5 is compulsory and each question in this section shall carry 3 marks.

UNIT-I

1. History and its extent-Nature, Scope and importance of the Subject, its relationship with Law and other Social Sciences

2. Sources of Ancient Indian History- Religious Literature, Historical Literature and Archaeological Surveys

3. The Indus Valley Civilization-Origin, Extent, Characteristics and Causes of Decline

UNIT-II

1. Vedic Society-Advent of Aryans, Changes from Regvedie to later vedic phases; political and social organizations, religion and economy

2. Rise of new religious movements in Ancient India-Doctrines and social dimensions of early Jainism and Budhism

3. Post Vedic Era-The Mauryan Empire: State Administration and Economy, Ashoka’s Dhamma. The Gupta Empire: Administration, agrarian and revenue systems, society and culture.

UNIT-III

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1. Status and position of women in Ancient India-Marriage, property rights, Divorce, Widowhood and prostitution

2. Social Organisations and Economic structure in Ancient India

3. Concept of Dharma and Law-Meaning, Characteristics, Inter-relationship and application.

UNIT-IV

1. Sources of Legal Knowledge-Shruti and Smriti; Kautiliya’s Arthasastra as a Source of Law and Administration.

2. Administration of justice in Ancient India-Main elements and types of courts, various stages in court proceedings

3. Classification of Law-Civil Law, Concept of Crime and Punishment.

BOOKS RECOMMENDED

Khanna, Anju Bhattacharya, N.N. Majumdar, R.C. Carr, E.H. Das, Shukla Jha, Chakradhar Ramajois, M Saran, Mahesh Kumar

: History of India (Political and Legal Trends) : Ancient Indian History and Civilization : Ancient India : What is History? : Crime and Punishment in Ancient India : History and Sources of Law in Ancient India : Ancient Indian Law : Court Procedure in Ancient India

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B.A. LL.B.(HONS.) 5 YEAR COURSE FIRST SEMESTER

ADDITIONAL ENGLISH CODE NO.102-A (History of Ancient India) Paper Seventh

MM: 80 Time: 3 hours

NOTE FOR EXAMINER/PAPER SETTER The question paper of each course will be divided into Five sections, each of the First Four Sections of the Question Paper will contain 2 questions respectively from Unit-1 to Unit-4 of the syllabus. The students will be required to attempt one question from each section. Section 5 of the question paper shall contain 8 short answer type questions of 3 marks each(without any choice) covering the entire syllabus. As such Section 5 will be compulsory. NOTE FOR STUDENTS( ON QUESTION PAPER) Attempt four questions from sections 1 to 4, selecting at least one question from each section. These questions shall carry 14 marks each. Section 5 is compulsory and each question in this section shall carry 3 marks.

UNIT-I

Text Book:

Roses in December by M.C. Chagla, Edited by Bhartiya Vidya Bhavan, Bombay (Chapters 3,4,5,6) (One essay type question with internal choice (carrying 10 marks), One question of explanation with reference to context (with internal choice) (carrying 4 marks)

UNIT-II

Essay of about three hundred words on topics of current interest

UNIT-III

Precis Writing

UNIT-IV

Comprehension Passage

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B.A. LL.B.(HONS) 5 YEAR COURSE SECOND SEMESTER

HINDI-II CODE NO.201

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Paper First

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B.A. LL.B.(HONS.) 5 YEAR COURSE SECOND SEMESTER

GENERAL ENGLISH-II CODE NO.202 Paper Second

MM: 80 Time: 3 hours

NOTE FOR EXAMINER/PAPER SETTER The question paper of each course will be divided into Five sections, each of the First Four Sections of the Question Paper will contain 2 questions respectively from Unit-1 to Unit-4 of the syllabus. The students will be required to attempt one question from each section. Section 5 of the question paper shall contain 8 short answer type questions of 3 marks each(without any choice) covering the entire syllabus. As such Section 5 will be compulsory. NOTE FOR STUDENTS( ON QUESTION PAPER) Attempt four questions from sections 1 to 4, selecting at least one question from each section. These questions shall carry 14 marks each. Section 5 is compulsory and each question in this section shall carry 3 marks.

UNIT-I

Text Book ‘Merchant of Venice” by Shakespeare (one general question carrying 10 marks on character, Theme, Plot etc. (with internal choice). One Question carrying 4 marks on explanation with reference to the context (with internal choice)

UNIT-II

Grammar and Usage

(a)

Phrases and Clauses

(b)

Synthesis of Sentences(use of connectives)

(c)

Conditional Sentences

(d)

Correction of Common Errors

UNIT-III

Composition:

(a)

Formal Correspondence

(i)

Invitations and Replies

(ii)

Applications

(iii)

Letters to Editor

(iv)

Letters to authorities

(b)

Comprehension Questions on an Unseen Legal Passage (Extract from Law Text Books, Legal Document, Reports, Court Judgment etc.)

UNIT-IV

Vocabulary:

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(a)

Foreign Words and Phrases-Meaning and usage, Abinitio, Abintra, Adinterim, Adhoc, Advalorem, denovo, detenue, Corpus Juris Civils, Enroute, Erratum, Exgratia, Expost Facto, Faux p[as, Homo Sapiens, Interalia, Intoto, Fait Acompli, Chef Devvoure, Jure divino, Jure Humano, Emeritus, Bon voyage, Honoris Causa, ibidem, id est, burgois, avant-garde, En masse, détente, fete, ipsofacto, magneum opus, coup de grace, Lingua franca, Modus Operandi, Liaison, pr excellence, Post Mortem, Tour de force, Resume, Viamedia Vice Versa, vis-à-vis, Volte facr, Vox Populi

(b)

Legal Terms-Meaning and usage, Agency, Agreement, Bail, Bailable, Bailment, Contract, Culpable, Decree, Defamation, Execution, First Information Report, Fraud, Genocide, Guarantee, Guardian, Ipugne, Locus Standi, Indemnity, Judgement, Judiciary, Legislation, Legislature, Libel Minor, Mistatement, non bailable, Order, Award, Pledge, Slander, Arbitration bankruptcy, clemency, cognizance, confiscate, consideration, divorce, illicit, immunity, impeach, Laches, Liability, Liquidate, notary public, cause celebre, overrule, uphold, perjury, statute, testify, waive, will, writ, ratify, proviso, tenancy, pecuniary, voidable, verdict

BOOKS RECOMMENDED Wordsworth Julie Moore L.R.H. Chapman David Green J.C. Nesfield revised by N.K. Aggarwal

: Merchant of Venice : Common Mistakes New Delhi CUP, 2000 : English Grammar and Exercised (Book 1,2,3) : Contemporary English Grammar and Structure : English Grammar, Composition & Usage

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B.A. LL.B.(HONS.) 5 YEAR COURSE SECOND SEMESTER

POLITICAL SCIENCE-II CODE NO.203 Paper Third

MM: 80 Time: 3 hours

NOTE FOR EXAMINER/PAPER SETTER The question paper of each course will be divided into Five sections. Each of the First Four Sections of the Question Paper will contain 2 questions respectively from Unit-1 to Unit-4 of the syllabus. The students will be required to attempt one question from each section. Section 5 of the question paper shall contain 8 short answer type questions of 3 marks each (without any choice) covering the entire syllabus. As such Section 5 will be compulsory NOTE FOR STUDENTS (ON QUESTION PAPER) Attempt four questions from sections 1 to 4, selecting at least one question from each section. These questions shall carry 14 marks each. Section 5 is compulsory and each question in this section shall carry 3 marks.

UNIT-I

(i)

Concepts of Totalitarian and Welfare State

(ii)

Forms of Government: Democracy; Dictatorship; Military Rule.

UNIT-II

(i)

Forms of Government: Parliamentary; Presidential; Unitary and Federal

(ii)

Organs of the Government: Legislature, Executive and Judiciary

UNIT-III

(i)

Conceptions of Political Participation; Representation and Public Opinion

(ii)

Key Concepts: Rule of Law; Separation of Powers; and Justice

UNIT-IV

(i)

Concepts of Power; Authority; Legitimacy and the Contemporary Crisis of Legitimacy

(ii)

Concepts of Political Obligation and Civil Disobedience: Meaning; Basis and Limitations

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BOOKS RECOMMENDED Joad, C.E.M.

Appadorai, A Asirvatham, A Ray & Bhattacharya, M. Narain, Iqbal

Verma, S.P.

Singh, G.N. Jain, M.P. Rathore, L.S. and Haqqi, S.A.S. Ghose, Shankar

A.C. Kapoor

J.C. Johri

: Political Theory : Substance of Politics : Political Theory : Political Theories Ideas and Instituions : Rajniti Ke Mool Sidhant : Modern Political Theory : Fundamental of Political Science and Organisation : Rajniti Ke Sidhant : Political Theory and Organisation (Eastern Book Company, Lucknow) : Socialism and Communism in India (Bombay A.Pub.) : Principles of Political Science : Principles of Political Science

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B.A. LL.B.(HONS) 5 YEAR COURSE SECOND SEMESTER

SOCIOLOGY-II CODE NO.204 Paper Fourth

MM: 80 Time: 3 hours

NOTE FOR EXAMINER/PAPER SETTER The question paper of each course will be divided into Five sections, each of the First Four Sections of the Question Paper will contain 2 questions respectively from Unit-1 to Unit-4 of the syllabus. The students will be required to attempt one question from each section. Section 5 of the question paper shall contain 8 short answer type questions of 3 marks each(without any choice) covering the entire syllabus. As such Section 5 will be compulsory. NOTE FOR STUDENTS( ON QUESTION PAPER) Attempt four questions from sections 1 to 4, selecting at least one question from each section. These questions shall carry 14 marks each. Section 5 is compulsory and each question in this section shall carry 3 marks.

UNIT-I: INDIAN SOCIETY

Traditional bases of Indian Society-Varna System and Asharm System. Indian Caste System:

Meaning, merits and demerits of caste, disintegration, caste and class in Indian Society; Unity and Diversity in Indian Society

UNIT-II

Hindu Marriage-Meaning, objects and forms of Hindu Marriage,

and demerits of joint family, Breaking of joint-family: Social Legislations of Indian Society

Joint-Family: Meaning, merits

UNIT-III

Village-Meaning, difference between rural and urban, Jajmani System, Indian Tribal System:

Meaning of tribe, caste and tribe; tribal methods of marriage, Dormitory system, Tribal Economy and religion.

UNIT-IV

Processes of Social Charge: Westernization; Sanskritization; Modernization, Industrialization and Urbanization. Contemporary Social changes in Indian Society

BOOKS RECOMMENDED

Ahuja Ram(1997) Beteille, Andre(1992) Dube S.C.(1991) Ghurye, G.S. (1968) Karve, Iravati(1961) Mandelbaum, D.G. Sharma K,L.(ed.)(1994) Srinivas, M.N. (1980) Srinivas, M.N.(1985)

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: Society in India: Concept, Theories and Recent Trends : Backward Classes in Contemporary India : Indian Society : Social Tension : Hindu Society: An Interpretation : Society in India : Caste and Class : India’s: Social Structure : Social Change in Modern India

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B.A. LL.B.(HONS.) 5 YEAR COURSE SECOND SEMESTER

ECONOMICS-II CODE NO.205 Paper Fifth

MM: 80 Time: 3 hours

NOTE FOR EXAMINER/PAPER SETTER The question paper of each course will be divided into Five sections, each of the First Four Sections of the Question Paper will contain 2 questions respectively from Unit-1 to Unit-4 of the syllabus. The students will be required to attempt one question from each section. Section 5 of the question paper shall contain 8 short answer type questions of 3 marks each(without any choice) covering the entire syllabus. As such Section 5 will be compulsory. NOTE FOR STUDENTS( ON QUESTION PAPER) Attempt four questions from sections 1 to 4, selecting at least one question from each section. These questions shall carry 14 marks each. Section 5 is compulsory and each question in this section shall carry 3 marks.

UNIT-I: Money Banking:

1. Concept of Money and Measures of Money Supply

2. Commercial Banks and Credit Creation

3. Central Bank and Control overmoney supply

4. Inflation, its causes and remedies

UNIT-II: Public Finance:

1. Public Income- Tax Revenue and Non-Tax Revenue

2. Public Expenditure, Public Borrowing

3. Budget, Types of Budget Deficit

4. Division of Financial Resources between Centre and States in India

UNIT-III

1. International Economics: Theories of International Trade, Comparative Costs Hechscher Ohlim

2. Concepts of Free Trade and Protection

3. Evolution of the International Monetary Systems

4. World Bank-WTO

UNIT-IV

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1. Growth and Development: Meaning and Measurement of Growth

2. Characteristics of under development

3. Obstacles of Economic Development

4. Planning in a mixed economy-Inductive Planning

BOOKS RECOMMENDED Leibenstem Jagdish Bhagwati S. Kuznets J.A. Schumpeter Richard A. Musgrane Peggv B. Musgrane A.R. Prest

: Causes of Economic Development & Backwardness : Economics of Developing Countries : Economic Growth : Capitalism, Socialism and Democracy : Public Finance in Theory and Practice (Mc Graw Hill Editions) : Public Finance

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B.A. LL.B.(HONS.) 5 YEAR COURSE SECOND SEMESTER

HISTORY-II CODE NO.206 (HISTORY OF MEDIEVAL INDIA)

Paper Sixth

MM: 80 Time: 3 hours

NOTE FOR EXAMINER/PAPER SETTER The question paper of each course will be divided into Five sections, each of the First Four Sections of the Question Paper will contain 2 questions respectively from Unit-1 to Unit-4 of the syllabus. The students will be required to attempt one question from each section. Section 5 of the question paper shall contain 8 short answer type questions of 3 marks each(without any choice) covering the entire syllabus. As such Section 5 will be compulsory. NOTE FOR STUDENTS( ON QUESTION PAPER) Attempt four questions from sections 1 to 4, selecting at least one question from each section. These questions shall carry 14 marks each. Section 5 is compulsory and each question in this section shall carry 3 marks.

UNIT-I

1. Advent of Muslims in India-Structure of Hindu Society and the subsequent expansion of Muslims under Mohammed Bin Qasim, Mahmud Ghazni and Mohammed Ghori

2. Rise of Delhi Sultanate-Main currents of administration.

3. Polity, Society and economy under Sultanate and its subsequent downfall.

UNIT-II

1. The Mughals-Consolidation and expansion of empire.

2. Mughal administrative structure, land revenue system and Mansabdari system

3. Decline and disintegration of Mughal Empire.

UNIT-III

1. Religion and Culture in Medieval India-Religious Policies of Akbar and Aurangzeb. Mystic movements in Hinduism and Islam-Bhakti Cult and Sufism

2. Medieval Indian Society-Social transformation; status and position of women.

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UNIT-IV

1. Islam: Early Life and preachings of Prophet Mohammed; Concept of Islam and Islamic Law

2. Sources and development of Islamic Law-Shia and Sunni schools of thought

3. Administration of justice under the Muslims-Court system, court procedure, Criminal law and

punishment

BOOKS RECOMMENDED

Pandey, A.B.

: Later Medieval India

Bakshi, S.R.

: Advanced History of Medieval India

Bhatia,

H.S.

: Mughal Empire in India

Diwan, Paras

: Muslim Law in Modern India

Fyzee, A.A.

: Outlines of Mohammedan Law

Qureshi, I.H

: The Administration of Mughal Empire

Rai, Kauleshwar

: Delhi Sultanate

Siddiqui, M.A.

: History of Muslims

Khanna, Anju