L.L.B.

Overview Of The Program

Three years full time graduation degree conferring the title of LL.B. (Bachelor of Laws).

Eligibility

1.Admission is strictly on merit basis.Admission for 5 year degree course in Law can be taken after passing HSC board examination or equivalent from any discipline (Passing requirement is Minimum 45 % and above If the candidate belongs to S.C.,S.T.the minimum required percentage is 40% be taken after completion of graduation from any discipline (Passing requirement is Minimum 45 % and above If the candidate belongs to S.C. ,S.T.the minimum required percentage is 40%.
2.Eligibility criteria is subject to Mumbai University Guidelines and Bar Council of India Rules
3.Preadmission online registration at http./mum.digitaluniversity.ac is compulsory

Duration Of Course

3 Years

Calendar Year

2016-2019

List Of Documents

Application forms for both five year degree course and three year degree course are available on
The web site or can be obtained from college administrative office. These forms are to be duly filled
And must be submitted to college office. Admission are based on the academic performance at the
Previous examination, merit. Students are required to take admission in person by submitting
following certificates with application form
1.Original Passing certificate of qualifying examination from the University and 2 attested
true copies of each
2.Original statement of marks of the qualifying examinations along with documents indicating
the date of birth for e.g. school leaving certificate and two photo copies attested
3.Five recent passport size photographs
4.In case of student migrating from another University, along with the migration certificate
a provisional eligibility from Mumbai University is required
5.In case student from college affiliated to Mumbai University , Transfer certificate from college
6.In case married female students they should produce attested photocopy of marriage
Certificate in case of change of name they should produce an affidavit copy of Govt Gazette.
7.At the time of admissions every student must undertake to attend a minimum 75 %
Of total number of lectures held during each semester as per University regulations.
8. Application form for admission duly completed in all details and accompanied by
requisite certificate address to the principle along with prescribed fees should reach
Before the stipulated date.

Subjects Covered

LL.B. First Year
Semester – 1
1. Labour Laws
2. Contract I
3. Tort and Consumer Protection Laws
4. Legal Language including Legal writing and General English
Semester – II
1. Law of Crimes
2. Constitutional Laws
3. Family Law I
4. Environmental Laws
5. Practical Training I
Second Year
Semester – III
1. Administrative Law
2. Family Law II
3. Transfer of Property Act and Easement Act
4. Company Law
Semester – IV
1. Jurisprudence
2. Contract II
3. Land Laws
4. Any One from the following:
a. Criminology and Correctional Administration
b. Taxation Laws
c. Bankruptcy Laws
5. Practical Training – II
Third Year
Semester – V
1. Civil Procedure Code and Limitation Act.
2. Criminal Procedure Code, Juvenile Justice Act, 2000 & Probation of Offenders Act
3. Interpretation of Statutes
4. Public International Law and Human Rights
Semester – VI
1. Alternate Dispute Resolution System
2. Law of Evidence
3. & 4. Optional Papers:
(Any Two from the following)
a) Banking Laws and Negotiable instruments Act.
b) Law of Insurance
c) Intellectual Property Law
d) Conflict of Laws
e) Law Relating to Women and Children
f) Law and Medicine
5. Practical Training III
6. Practical Training IV

7. Yearly Syllabus

LL.B. First Year
Semester – 1
1. Labour Laws
2. Contract I
3. Tort and Consumer Protection Laws
4. Legal Language including Legal writing and General English
Semester – II
1. Law of Crimes
2. Constitutional Laws
3. Family Law I
4. Environmental Laws
5. Practical Training I
Second Year
Semester – III
1. Administrative Law
2. Family Law II
3. Transfer of Property Act and Easement Act
4. Company Law
Semester – IV
1. Jurisprudence
2. Contract II
3. Land Laws
4. Any One from the following:
a. Criminology and Correctional Administration
b. Taxation Laws
c. Bankruptcy Laws
5. Practical Training – II
Third Year
Semester – V
1. Civil Procedure Code and Limitation Act.
2. Criminal Procedure Code, Juvenile Justice Act, 2000 & Probation of Offenders Act
3. Interpretation of Statutes
4. Public International Law and Human Rights
Semester – VI
1. Alternate Dispute Resolution System
2. Law of Evidence
3. & 4. Optional Papers:
(Any Two from the following)
a) Banking Laws and Negotiable instruments Act.
b) Law of Insurance
c) Intellectual Property Law
d) Conflict of Laws
e) Law Relating to Women and Children
f) Law and Medicine
5. Practical Training III
6. Practical Training IV

Grading System

Semister Examination Passing Crieteria for Both the courses for Practicle and Theory Paper is 45 Marks

Total Fees

As per Mumbai University