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Courses Provided By S.D. Law College


L.L.B. Five Year Course

Duration of course

This Law course shall cover five Attendance of year and shall be known as Part-I & Part -II of Pre Law (Part-I) & 3rd, 4th, 5th year of study as (Part-II) Professional teaching and training in Law. Practical training shall be imparted the student in 2nd and 3rd year of Part-II of this course.

Eligibility for admission to the course

A. At the time of joining the course of instruction Law (Part-I Pre-Law) the person concerned must have passed an examination of 10+2 or 11+1 course of study as recognized by the central or state Government in proposed such academic qualification, which are considered equivalent to 10+2 or 11+1 course by Bar council of India with minimum of the marks, which is required in qualifying examination.
B. Students who have passed intermediate examination in Arts / Science / Commerce with 45% marks shall also be eligible for admission and provided that in case of schedule caste, schedule Tribe and for girls may be reduced by 4%.
C. Any students may be admitted in Part-II five year Law examination who has passes Part-I Per-Law examination with at least 45% of marks in the agregrate.
D. A student who is a graduate of a University with at least 45% marks or possesses such other Qualification, which is recognized equivalent there to by the university or Bar Council of India will also be eligible to seek admission to Part-II of the five years course if he has completed regular course of study for not leesthen there academic years in university.

Provided that while studying Law he shall not be permitted to take up any other course such as M.A., M.Com., M.Sc., Diploma Course.

A student who has completed Lecture in Part-II of any year in any other law college of the university may directly be admitted in Part-II of 1st, 2nd, 3rd of Part-II course as the case may be if the seat is vacent.

Examination Pre-law

A. In order to be admitted to L.L.B. Degree under five year L.L.B. course a student has to pass for University examination in Law Namely.

B. Pre-Law Part-I examination to the course. The students who have not appeared in the screening test he will not be eligible for appearing in University examination of Pre-Law.

Subject of Examination of Pre-Law

The Pre-Law Course shall comprise the following six.

S.No. Compulsory Subject Full Marks
1. General English (Part-I Part-II)
Two Papers each carrying 100 Marks
200
2. Political Science(Part-I Part-II)
Two Papers each carrying 100 Marks
200
3. Economics (Part-I Part-II) 200
4. Sociology (Part-I Part-II) 200
5. History (Part) 100
6. History of courts legislature and
legal Profession in India
100
Passing Marks

A. A candidate to pass Pre-Law examination in each paper 33 marks and in the aggregate 45% total-405 marks.
B. In order to be placed in the 65% total-585 marks first-division. If a candidate for Pre-Law examination fails to secure first or second division by not more than five marks, He shall be awarded the marks required to unable him to secure first or second class as the case may be of his result shall be declared accordingly. The provision for moderation of results shall not be applicable in Pre-Law examination.

Publication of Result

As soon as possible after the examination the vice-chanceller shall cause a list of successful candidate Pre-Law examination to be published.

The list of successful candidate at the Pre-Law examination shall be published college wise in tho categories in the first division in order of merit and inthe second division in alphabetical order.

Enforcement of Resolution

The resolution for the Pre-Law course in Law shall come into effect from the pre-Law examination.

Award of Degree

A student who have passed Pre-Law course in Law shall come into effect from the Pre-Law examination

L.L.B.Part-II Examination

Duration of this course there shall be examination at every Year known as Part-II 1st year examination, Part-II 2nd year examination, Part-II 3rd year examination.

No Candidate shall be permitted

A. To appear in 1st year examination of Part-II unless ha has completed a course of study for one academic year in a college after passing the Pre-Law examination or, he has fulfilled other condition of the regulation.

B. In appearing at 2nd year examination of Part-II unless he has completed a course of study for one academic a year in a college passing the 1st year examination or he has fulfilled other condition of the regulation.

C. To appear at 3rd year examination of Part-II unless he has completed a course of study for one academic year in the college after passing the 2nd year examination of Part-II or has fulfilled other condition of the regulation.

L.L.B. Three Year Course

Subject for Examination in Law
L.L.B. PART-II
Paper-I Jurisprudence 100 Marks
Paper-II Constitutional Law 100 Marks
Paper-III 1. Law of Contract
2. Specific Relief Act
60 Marks
40 Marks
100 Marks
Paper-IV Law of Crime
1. I.P.C.-1860
2. Dowry Prohibitron-1961 & Harijan Attrecities

80 Marks
20 Marks
100 Marks
Paper-V Family Law-I(Hindi Law) 100 Marks
Paper-VI Human Rights and International Law
1. International Law
2. Human Right Protection Act-1993

80 Marks
20 Marks
Paper-VII Legal Language, Legal writing & General English
1. Legal Language Latin & French Phrase
2. Legal Writing
3. General English

40 Marks
40 Marks
20 Marks
Paper VIII (Optional, Select either A or B)
Paper VIII A. Banking Law & N.I. Act
   1. Banking Law
   2. N.I. Act (Act-1 to 142)
B. Intellectual Property Rights

60 Marks
40 Marks
100 Marks
L.L.B. PART-II
There will be seven compulsory Paper and one optional Paper each paper carries 100 Marks and Two Practical Paper of 100 Marks each.
Paper-I Family Law-II
1. Muslim Law
2. Indian Succession Act

80 Marks
20 Marks
100 Marks
Paper-II Property Law
1. T.P. Act 1882
2. Easement Act

80 Marks
20 Marks
100 Marks
Paper-III Arbitration & comciliation Act 100 Marks
Paper-IV Contract Act-II
1. Indian Contract Act
2. Indian Partnership Act
3. Sales of Goods Act

40 Marks
40 Marks
20 Marks
Paper-V Law of Torts of consumer Protection Act-1986
1. Law of Torts
2. Consumer Protection Act

80 Marks
20 Marks
Paper-VI Environmental Law
1. Industrial Dispute Act-1947
2. Trade Union Act-1926
3. Workman's Compensation Act-1923
4. Minimum wages Act-1948
5. Factories Act-1956
100 Marks
Paper-VII Company Law-1956 100 Marks
Paper VIII (Optional, Select either A or B)
Paper-VIII A. Legal History
B. Insurance Law
100 Marks
Practical Training of six month course will be started in 2nd half of the session.
Paper-IX Practical
1. Moot court
2. Observation of trail
3. Interviewing Technique
Viva Voca

30 Marks
30 Marks
30 Marks
10 Marks
100 Marks
Paper-X Drafting Pleading & Conveyancing 100 Marks
L.L.B. PART-III
There will be seven compulsory Paper and one optional Paper and Two Practical Paper each paper will carry hundred marks.
Paper-I Civil Procedure Code & Limitation Act
1. C.P.C.
2. Limitation Act

80 Marks
20 Marks
100 Marks
Paper-II Law of Evidence-1872 100 Marks
Paper-III Criminal Procedure Code 100 Marks
Paper-IV 1. B.T. Act
2. Bihar land reforms Act
3. Acquisition of surplus Land Act
60 Marks
20 Marks
20 Marks
100 Marks
Paper-V Interpretation of status 100 Marks
Paper-VI Labour Law 100 Marks
Paper-VII Administrative Law 100 Marks
Paper VIII (Optional, Select either A or B)
Paper-VIII A. Taxation Law
B. Private International Law (Conflict Law)
100 Marks
Practical Training
Paper-IX Professional Ethics, Accountancy for Lawyers & Bar Bench relation 100 Marks
Paper-X Public Interest Lawyering 100 Marks
Passing Marks
A Candidate must be obtain :
A. 1. In order to pass the Law Examination on Part-I
   In each paper
   In the aggregate
2. In order to be placed in the 1st Class

33 Marks
960(45%) Marks
650(45%) Marks
B. 1. In order to pass the Law Examination on Part-III
   In each paper
   In the aggregate
2. In order to be placed in the 1st Class in Part-III, Law Examination Marks obtained in Part-I, Part-II, Part-III of the examination taken together in the aggregate 1820 Marks.

33 Marks
450(45%) Marks