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1 COURSE STRUCTURE FOR INTEGRATED B.A., LL.B PROGRAMME S.No. Course Code Course Title Type of Course Teaching hours per week Credits Marks Total Marks CIA ESE SEMESTER FIRST 1 IL-101 General English-I C 4 4 40 60 100 2 IL-102 Political Science-I C 4 4 40 60 100 3 IL-103 Sociology-I C 4 4 40 60 100 4 IL-104 History-I C 4 4 40 60 100 5 IL-105 Indian Legal History C 4 4 40 60 100 6 IL-106 Legal writing and Legal language C 4 4 40 60 100 SEMESTER SECOND 7 IL-201 General English-II C 4 4 40 60 100 8 IL-202 Political Science-II C 4 4 40 60 100 9 IL-203 Sociology-II C 4 4 40 60 100 10 IL-204 History-II C 4 4 40 60 100 11 IL-205 Law of Social Transformation C 4 4 40 60 100 12 IL-206 Constitutional History of India C 4 4 40 60 100 SEMESTER THIRD 13 IL-301 Economics-I C 4 4 40 60 100 14 IL-302 Political Science-III C 4 4 40 60 100 15 IL-303 Sociology-III C 4 4 40 60 100 16 IL-304 History-III C 4 4 40 60 100 17 IL-305 Law of Torts & Consumer Protection C 4 4 40 60 100 18 IL-306 Constitutional Law-I C 4 4 40 60 100 SEMESTER FOURTH 19 IL-401 Economics-II C 4 4 40 60 100 20 IL-402 Contract-I C 4 4 40 60 100 21 IL-403 Family Law-I C 4 4 40 60 100 22 IL-404 Constitutional Law-II C 4 4 40 60 100 23 IL-405 International Law-I C 4 4 40 60 100

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COURSE STRUCTURE FOR INTEGRATED B.A., LL.B PROGRAMME

S.No. Course Code

Course Title Type of Course

Teaching hours per week

Credits Marks Total Marks

CIA ESE

SEMESTER FIRST

1 IL-101 General English-I C 4 4 40 60 100

2 IL-102 Political Science-I C 4 4 40 60 100

3 IL-103 Sociology-I C 4 4 40 60 100

4 IL-104 History-I C 4 4 40 60 100

5 IL-105 Indian Legal History C 4 4 40 60 100

6 IL-106 Legal writing and Legal language C 4 4 40 60 100

SEMESTER SECOND

7 IL-201 General English-II C 4 4 40 60 100

8 IL-202 Political Science-II C 4 4 40 60 100

9 IL-203 Sociology-II C 4 4 40 60 100

10 IL-204 History-II C 4 4 40 60 100

11 IL-205 Law of Social Transformation C 4 4 40 60 100

12 IL-206 Constitutional History of India C 4 4 40 60 100

SEMESTER THIRD

13 IL-301 Economics-I C 4 4 40 60 100

14 IL-302 Political Science-III C 4 4 40 60 100

15 IL-303 Sociology-III C 4 4 40 60 100

16 IL-304 History-III C 4 4 40 60 100

17 IL-305 Law of Torts & Consumer Protection C 4 4 40 60 100

18 IL-306 Constitutional Law-I C 4 4 40 60 100

SEMESTER FOURTH

19 IL-401 Economics-II C 4 4 40 60 100

20 IL-402 Contract-I C 4 4 40 60 100

21 IL-403 Family Law-I C 4 4 40 60 100

22 IL-404 Constitutional Law-II C 4 4 40 60 100

23 IL-405 International Law-I C 4 4 40 60 100

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24 IL-406 Mercantile Law C 4 4 40 60 100

SEMESTER FIFTH

25 IL-501 Economics-III C 4 4 40 60 100

26 IL-502 Family Law-II C 4 4 40 60 100

27 IL-503 Contract-II C 4 4 40 60 100

28 IL-504 International Law-II C 4 4 40 60 100

29 IL-505 Jurisprudence-I C 4 4 40 60 100

30 IL-506 Law of Crimes-I C 4 4 40 60 100

SEMESTER SIXTH

31 IL-601 Jurisprudence-II C 4 4 40 60 100

32 IL-602 Labour Law-I C 4 4 40 60 100

33 IL-603 Law of Crimes-II C 4 4 40 60 100

34 IL-604 Corporate Law C 4 4 40 60 100

35 IL-605 Environmental Law C 4 4 40 60 100

36 IL-606 Transfer of Property Law C 4 4 40 60 100

GRAND TOTAL 144 144 1440 2160 3600

Note: -

1. C: Core course. 2. Elective courses shall be offered subject to the availability of faculty.

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First Semester Paper-IL-101-General English-I Max. Marks: 60 Unit I: Grammar and Usage

a. Simple Sentence (One Clause): Their Phrase Structure. i. Tense and Concord

ii. Basic Transformation: (a) passive,(b) negative, (c) question b. Compound and Complex Sentences: Use of connectives, conditionals c. Reported Speech

Unit II: Word formation a. Abbreviations and acronyms b. Root words, prefixes and suffixes c. Phrasal verbs and prepositional phrases

Unit III: Comprehension Skills a. Reading Comprehension: Principles and practice b. Reading techniques: skimming, scanning, intensive and extensive reading c. Reading a legal passage and answering comprehension questions given

at the end/beginning. Unit IV: Speaking Skills

a. Sounds and Spelling: Differences b. English Consonant and Vowel Sounds: Description and production c. Transcription: changing words from normal spelling into phonetic symbols and

vice versa. Unit V: Pronunciation in Use

a. Syllable, Stress and intonation b. Word and Sentence stress c. Connected speech: A short piece of conversation to be changed from normal

spelling into phonemic symbols showing stress and intonation. Examination Scheme: In this paper, there will be six questions. Q1, which will consist of ten MCQS and True-False items—based on Units I-V— will be compulsory. Questions 2 & 3 based on Unit I & II will have three parts each based on the prescribed units. Question 4 will contain a long legal passage for comprehension followed or preceded by questions involving skimming, scanning and intensive reading. No question should involve grammatical knowledge and vocabulary. Question 5 and 6 will be based on Units IV and V and contain three parts each. Part C or 3 of Unit V shall contain a short piece of conversation for transcription from normal English into phonemic symbols showing stress and intonation marks. Students will be required to attempt all questions. Prescribed Books

• Aslam, Mohamad&Kaak, Adil. 2007. English Phonetics and Phonology: A Practical Course. New Delhi: Cambridge University Press.

• Aslam, Mohammad. 2008. Teaching of English for B Ed (2nded). New Delhi: Cambridge University Press.

• Grelle, Francoise. Developing Reading Skills.CUP.

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• McCarth, Michael and O’Dell, Felicity. 2002. English Vocabulary in Use (with CD). Cambridge University Press.

• Connor, JD. 2000. Better English Pronunciation. CUP. • Richards, Murphy. Advanced English Grammar(with CD). Cambridge University Press.

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Paper-IL-102- Political Science-I Max. Marks: 60

Attempt six questions selecting one question from each unit. Question No.1 is compulsory. All questions carry equal marks. Unit I (Introduction to Political Science)

1. Political Science: Meaning, Nature and Scope 2. Approaches to the Study of Political Science:

a) Traditional Approaches: Philosophical and Legal b) Modern Approaches: Behavioural and Post Behavioural

3. Relationship of Political Science with Law and Sociology. Unit II (the Concept of State)

1. The Concept of State and the Essential Elements of the State. 2. Theories of the Origin of the State

a) The Divine Origin Theory b) The Social Contract Theory c) The Evolutionary Theory

3. The Concepts of the Welfare State and the Hindu State Unit III (the Concept of Sovereignty)

1. The Concept of Sovereignty: Difference between Legal Sovereignty and Political Sovereignty.

2. Theories of Sovereignty: a) Monistic Theory of Sovereignty b) Pluralistic Theory of Sovereignty

3. The Concept of Sovereignty and Globalization. Unit IV (the Concept of Government)

1. The Concept of Government. 2. The Organs of Government. Legislative, Executive and Judiciary. 3. The Doctrine of Separation of Powers & Independence of Judiciary

Unit V (Major Political Ideologies) 1. The Concept of Political Ideology 2. Major Political Ideologies:

a) Liberalism b) Marxism c) Utilitarianism d) Communitarianism.

3. The End of Ideology Debate.

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Readings: 1) A Dictionary of Political Analysis. Geoffrey K. Roberts. London, Longman 1971. 2) The Grammar of Politics. Harold J. Laski. Anamika Pub & Distributors. 3) Modern Political Theory. S.P.Verma. Vikas Publishing House Pvt Limited. 4) Political Theory. O.P.Gauba. Macmillan. 5) Understanding the Political Philosophers: From Ancient to Modern Times. Alan

Haworth. Routledge, 2004. 1) The Principles and Theory of Political Science. Urmila Sharma and S.K.Sharma. Atlantic

Publishers. 2) Political Theory: An Introduction. Rajeev Bhargava. Pearson Education India. 3) Political Ideologies, an Introduction. Andrew Heywood. Palgrave Macmillan. 4) Key Concepts in Political Science Andrew Heywood. Palgrave Macmillan 5) Political Ideas and Concepts. Andrew Heywood. Palgrave Macmillan. 6) Political Theory and the Modern State. David Held. (London, Polity, 1994) 7) Modern Political Analysis. (New Delhi, Prentice – Hall, 1991) 8) The Nature of Politics. J.D.B.Miller. (London, Gerald Duckworth, 1962) 9) A Discipline Divided: Schools and Sects in Political Science. Gabriel A.Almond. New

Delhi: Sage 10) Political Ideologies – Their Origin and Impact. Leon P. Baradat. Englewood Cliffs,

Prentice – Hall, 1979. 11) The State – its Nature, Development and Prospects. Gianfranco Poggi. Cambridge, Polity

Press, 1990. 12) The State in Theory and Practice. Harold J.Laski. London, George Allen and Unwin,

1935. 13) Modern Political Thinkers and Ideas: An Historical Introduction. Tudor Jones.

Routledge, 10-Sep-2012. 14) Contemporary Political Thinkers. Bhikhu C. Parekh. Martin Robertson, 1982. 15) Modern Political Thought: A Reader. John Gingell, Adrian Little, Christopher Winch.

Routledge, 04-Jan-2002.

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Paper-IL-103-Sociology-I Max. Marks = 60 Attempt six questions in all. Question no. 1 is compulsory. Question no. 2 to 6 (five questions) to be attempted by selecting one question from each unit. All questions carry equal marks (6x10=60). [This paper intends to familiarise the students with the social, political, economic and intellectual contexts in which sociology emerged as a distinctive discipline. The main objective of this paper is to make students understand the essentials and fundamentals of sociology. The focus is on the introduction of the subject, relationship of sociology with some other related subjects, basic concepts in sociology and social institutions.] Unit I Introduction to Sociology (Lectures required = 08)

i) Sociology: meaning, nature and scope ii) The emergence of sociology: transition from social philosophy to sociology iii) Relationship of sociology with social anthropology and criminology iv) Relevance of sociology in law with an emphasis on relationship between law and society

Unit II Basic Concepts in Sociology-I (Lectures required = 11)

i) Society, community, institution and association: meaning, features and differences ii) Group: meaning and types iii) Social system, structure and function: meaning and features iv) Status and role: meaning and types

Unit III Basic Concepts in Sociology-II (Lecturers required = 07)

i) Culture: meaning and elements ii) Race and ethnicity: meaning, characteristics and differences iii) Folkways, mores, norms and values: meaning and features iv) Socialisation: meaning and agencies

Unit IV Basic Concepts in Sociology-III (Lectures required = 05)

i) Social control: meaning, forms and agencies ii) Social change: meaning, characteristics & law as an instrument of social change iii) Social stratification: meaning and characteristics iv) Social Mobility: concept and types

Unit V Social Institutions (Lectures required = 12)

i) Family, marriage and kinship: meaning, characteristics, types and functions ii) Polity and economy: meaning, characteristics and components iii) Religion: meaning, features and functions iv) Education: meaning and functions

Essential Readings: Unit I Anthony Giddens, Sociology, 6th edition, Wiley India Pvt. Ltd., reprint 2010, pp.5-31 (What is Sociology?); T.K. Oommen & C.N. Venugopal, Sociology for Law Students, A project of the

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National Law School of India in association with Bar Council of India Trust, Eastern Book Company, Lucknow, reprinted 2010, pp.5-8 (scope of sociology), pp.201-220 (law & society); Paul B. Horton & Chester L. Hunt, Sociology, sixth edition, Tata McGraw-Hill Education Private Limited, New Delhi, seventh reprint 2007, pp.14-21 (the development of sociology), pp.25-27 (the field of sociology); T.B. Bottomore, Sociology: A Guide to Problems and Literature, S. Chand, Blackie & Son (India) Ltd., 1986 (original George Allen & Unwin Ltd, 1962, 1972), pp.78-80 (origin of sociology from philosophy), pp.65-67 (social anthropology); Ahmad Siddique, Criminology & Penology, revised sixth edition by S.M.A. Qadri, Eastern Book Company, Lucknow, 2011, pp.15-31 (criminology); Nicholas S. Timasheff, An Introduction to the Sociology of Law, with a new introduction by A. Javier Trevino, Transaction Publishers, New Brunswick (U.S.A.) and London (U.K.), 2007, pp.3-5 & 19-21. Unit II R.M. MacIver & C.H. Page, Society: An Introductory Analysis, MacMillan, 1962; T.K. Oommen & C.N. Venugopal, Sociology for Law Students, A project of the National Law School of India in association with Bar Council of India Trust, Eastern Book Company, Lucknow, reprinted 2010, pp.57-61 (classification of groups), pp.66-75 (social structure, social functions, status, role, values, norms, folkways, mores, socialization, social control and social deviance); Paul B. Horton & Chester L. Hunt, Sociology, sixth edition, Tata McGraw-Hill Education Private Limited, New Delhi, seventh reprint 2007, pp.190-208 (groups and associations), pp.105-127 (role and status); T.B. Bottomore, Sociology: A Guide to Problems and Literature, S. Chand, Blackie & Son (India) Ltd., 1986 (original George Allen & Unwin Ltd, 1962, 1972), pp.113-117 (social structure). Unit III Paul B. Horton & Chester L. Hunt, Sociology, sixth edition, Tata McGraw-Hill Education Private Limited, New Delhi, seventh reprint 2007, pp.52-77 (culture, norms, values, institutions, laws, folkways, mores, ethnocentrism); Anthony Giddens, Sociology, 6th edition, Wiley India Pvt. Ltd., reprint 2010, pp.631-635 (race and ethnicity), pp.288-295 (agencies of socialization); R.M. MacIver & C.H. Page, Society: An Introductory Analysis, MacMillan, 1962. Unit IV Paul B. Horton & Chester L. Hunt, Sociology, sixth edition, Tata McGraw-Hill Education Private Limited, New Delhi, seventh reprint 2007, pp.156-167 (social control); Anthony Giddens, Sociology, 6th edition, Wiley India Pvt. Ltd., reprint 2010, pp.120-126 (social change), pp.431-471 (chapter 11: Stratification & Social Mobility); T.B. Bottomore, Sociology: A Guide to Problems and Literature, S. Chand, Blackie & Son (India) Ltd., 1986 (original George Allen & Unwin Ltd, 1962, 1972), pp.255-259 (law and social change). Unit V T.K. Oommen & C.N. Venugopal, Sociology for Law Students, A project of the National Law School of India in association with Bar Council of India Trust, Eastern Book Company, Lucknow, reprinted 2010, pp.107-124 (family & kinship); T.B. Bottomore, Sociology: A Guide to Problems and Literature, S. Chand, Blackie & Son (India) Ltd., 1986 (original George Allen & Unwin Ltd, 1962, 1972), pp.168-184 (family, marriage and kinship), pp.134-167 (economy

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and polity); Anthony Giddens, Sociology, 6th edition, Wiley India Pvt. Ltd., reprint 2010, pp.988-995 (polity), pp.677-691 (religion), pp.834-836 (education). Prescribed Readings: • A. Javier Trevino, editor, Classic Writings in Law and Society, Transaction Publishers, New

Brunswick (U.S.A.) and London (U.K.), 2011, pp.77-103 (for social control through law). • George Ritzer, Sociological Theory, 5th edition, Tata McGraw-Hill Education Private

Limited, New Delhi, reprinted 2011 (for emergence of sociology). • Georges Gurvitch, Sociology of Law, with a new introduction by Alan Hunt, Transaction

Publishers, New Brunswick (U.S.A.) and London (U.K.), 2001, pp. 1-41. • H.K. Rawat, Sociology: Basic Concepts, Rawat Publications, Jaipur & New Delhi, 2007. • Harry M. Johnson, Sociology: A Systematic Introduction, Allied Publishers Ltd., New Delhi,

original 1960. • Kingsley Davis, Human Society, Macmillan and Co., London & New York, 1949. • M. Haralambos with R.M. Heald, Sociology: Themes and Perspectives, Oxford University

Press, New Delhi, 37th impression 2010. • Paul B. Horton & Chester L. Hunt, Sociology, sixth edition, Tata McGraw-Hill Education

Private Limited, New Delhi, seventh reprint 2007, pp. 231-262 (family and marriage), 315-339 (polity and economy), (Ch. 14: Social Stratification-social class, social mobility), (Ch. 16: Race and Ethnic Relations).

• R.M. MacIver & C.H. Page, Society: An Introductory Analysis, MacMillan, 1962. • Tom Bottomore, Sociology: A Guide to Problems and Literature, New York: Pantheon

Books, 1971.

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Paper-IL-104-History–I Max. Marks: 60 Attempt six questions selecting one question from each unit. Question No.1 is compulsory. All questions carry equal marks. Unit-I

1. Definition of History & its Extent. 2. Sources of Historical knowledge in ancient History. 3. Indus Valley Civilization.

Unit-II 1. Aryans and their role in constructing the social, economic and political history in

Vedic and post Vedic times. 2. Jainism and Buddhism – its advent and importance in Indian History.

Unit-III 1. The Mauriyan Empire including importance of Arthashastra and Ashoken edicts. 2. The Gupta Empire, Administrative organisation, cultural developments.

Unit-IV 1. Administration of justice in ancient India with special reference to court system 2. Legal literature produced by various Hindu law givers like Kautilya, Manu &Naradar. 3. Evolution of Judicial institutions in ancient India.

Unit-V 1. Evolution, nature and importance of legal history in ancient India. 2. Concept of Dharma and law in ancient India. 3. Sources of law in ancient India.

Suggested Readings:

1. V.S. Sreenivasan Murthy History of India, Eastern Book Co. Lucknow 2. R.S. Tripathi History of Ancient India 3. E.H. Carr What is History 4. Radha K. Mookerji The Gupta Empire 5. P.V.Kane The History of Dharma Shastra 6. RomilaThapar History of India (Vol. I) 7. S.D. Sharma Administration of Justice in ancient India. 8. R.C. Majumdar Ancient India

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Paper-IL-105-Indian Legal History Max. Marks: 60

Attempt six questions selecting one question from each unit. Question No.1 is compulsory. All questions carry equal marks. The subject aims to educate a student about the various aspects of legal history and development of law/ legal institutions in the country. Unit-I: Administration of Justice in Bombay, Madras and Calcutta.

1.1. Emergence of East India Company under various charters. 1.2. Administration of Justice in Madras 1639 – 1726. 1.3. Administration of Justice in Bombay from 1688 – 1726. 1.4. Administration of Justice in Calcutta from 1619 – 1726. 2. Working, Constitution and importance of Major court 3. Charter of 1753. 4. Defects in Judicial system.

Unit-II 1. Adalat System

1.1.Grant of Diwani and Diwani functions. 1.2. Judicial Plan of 1772, its defects. 1.3. Judicial plans of 1774 and its importance. 1.4. Judicial plan of 1781.

Unit-III: the Regulating Act 1773.

1.1. Charter of 1774, establishment of Supreme Court and its working. 1.2. Study of cases of Raja Nandkumar, Cossijuriahcase and Patna case. 1.3. Act of Settlement 1781, its working and defects.

Unit-IV: Process of codification in India:

i. The charter Act of 1833. ii. Constitution, working and importance of 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th law commission. iii. Development of Criminal law and its codification.

Unit-V: Establishment of High courts: i. The Indian High Courts Act 1861. ii. Establishment, working and Jurisdiction of Federal Court. iii. Abolition of Federal Court.

Suggested Readings:

1. Courtney Robert, The Mechanics of Law making (1914). 2. Jain M.P. The lines of Indian Legal and Const. history,Wadhwa. 3. Mittal, JK, Legal and Const. history of India. 4. KulShretra V.D. Land Marks in India Legal History EBC Lucknow.

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Paper-IL-106-Legal writing and Legal language Max. Marks: 60 Attempt six questions selecting one question from each unit. Question No.1 is compulsory. All questions carry equal marks. Unit-I:

Law and Language: a) Historical Background of Law and Language b) Characteristics of Legal Language c) Importance of Language for Law d) Problems of Legal Language e) English as a medium of communication for legal transaction in India

Unit-II:

a. Oral communication/ presentation. b. Important Greek and Latin maxims. c. Foreign Legal Words and Phrases d. Legal Terms & their Usage.

Unit-III:

a. Urdu in J & K, historical and constitutional perspective. b. Use of Urdu in various legal documents, police investigation, land records and court

working. {Non-urdu knowing students can use Hindi as a medium for response to the questions in this particular section}

c. Comparison of Urdu and English legal terms. Unit-IV:

a. Introduction to Legal Instruments b. Briefing and Drafting, Use of Citations in Law. c. Essay on any current legal issue.

Unit-V: a) Legal Drafting

i. Plaints, Complaints, Written Statements, Affidavit, Bail Bonds and Appeals b) Conveyancing

i. Sale Deed, Mortgage Deed, Gift Deed, Lease Deed and Will Deed.

Suggested Readings:- 1. Selected materials from renowned judgments (for free writing) 2. Osburn: Dictionary of law. 3. Précis and comprehension by E.L. Black and A.S. Lawkey. 4. M.K. Gandhi: The Law and the lawyers (Navjeevan Publications, Ahmadabad) 5. IshtiyaqAbidi: Law and Language, University Publishing House, Aligarh. 6. H.K. Mukherjee, Legal Language, Legal writing and General English, Law Point,

Calcutta. 7. Kashmir main Urdu, A.Q. Sarwari, Cultural Academy, Srinagar.

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Second Semester Paper-1L-201-General English II (Communication Skills) Marks: 60 Unit I: Basics of Communication

a. Communication: Definition and Nature b. Linguistic Communication: Literal/Non-literal; direct/indirect c. Effective Communication

Unit II: Aspects of Communication

a. Barriers in Communication b. Verbal and Non-verbal Communication c. Presentation Skills

Unit III: Written Communication

a. Oral and Written Communication: Differences and Similarities b. Effective Writing (CODER) c. Legal and Non-legal Writing: Differences and Similarities

Unit IV: Writing Tasks

a. Paragraph Writing based on topic sentences (only legal topics) b. Writing Legal Documents: deeds, appeals, notices, etc. c. Writing Reports

Unit V: Conversation Skills

a. Introduction to Functions of Language b. Turn-taking in Conversation c. Preparing for Formal Interviews

Examination Scheme: There will be six questions in this paper. Q1, which will be compulsory, will contain ten MCQs and True-False items based on Units I-V. Other five questions will be based on five prescribed units. Each question will have alternative wherever possible. Prescribed Books:

• Akmajian et al. 2001. Linguistics: An Introduction to Language and Communication (5th Ed). Prentice Hall

• Aslam, Mohammad. 2008. Teaching of English for B.Ed (2nd Ed). New

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Delhi: Cambridge University Press.

• Dutt, P Kirnmai&Rajeevan, Geetha.2005.Basic Communication Skills. New Delhi: Foundation Books

• Parkash, Dr CLP.2007. An Advanced Course in Communication and Media

Skills. New Delhi: Foundation Books

• Sasikumar, Dutt& Rajeevan.2005.A Course in Listening and Speaking I&II. New Delhi: Cambridge University Press.

• Yadigiri&Bhaskar. 2005. English for Law. New Delhi: Cambridge University Press.

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Paper-IL-202-Political Science-II Max. Marks: 60 Attempt six questions selecting one question from each unit. Question No.1 is compulsory. All questions carry equal marks. Unit-I:

i. International Relations: its meaning, nature and scope. ii. Foreign Policy: its definition and determinations. iii. Role of national interest and ideology in formation of foreign policy. iv. Meaning and Concept of Diplomacy. Importance of diplomacy in the modern world.

Unit-II: 1. National Power 2. National Interest 3. International Law 4. CollectiveSecurity &Balance of Power.

Unit-III: i. Human Rights: its Meaning, Nature and Scope. ii. Settlement of disputes: role of UN in the Settlement of Disputes. iii. Concept of World Community and World Government. iv. Disarmament

Unit-IV: i. Cold war: its Origin, Nature and its Impact on International Relations. ii. Non-alignment: its Meaning, Non-Alignment movement and its New role International

Scenario. iii. The Concept of Security.

Unit-V: i. The Present Economic Order: Struggle for New International Economic Order. ii. The North South dialogue in UN and outside. iii. The crisis in the west Asia with reference to Arab-Israel Conflict. iv. International Organizations and their Role:

a) Arab League, b) SAARC c) European Union

Readings:

1. International Relations. Palmer & Perkins. CBS Publishers & Distributors, 01-Feb-2001. 2. The Globalization of World Politics: An Introduction to International Relations. John

Baylis, Steve Smith, Patricia Owens. Oxford University Press, 2011. 3. Global Politics. Andrew Heywood. Palgrave Macmillan, 15-Mar-2011. 4. International Relations Theories. Dunne, Kurki and Smith. Oxford University Press. 5. Introduction to International Relations: Theories and Approaches. Robert Jackson, Georg

Sørensen. Oxford University Press, 13-Dec-2012. 6. Understanding International Relations.Chris Brown. Palgrave Macmillan, 2001. 7. International Relations. Goldstein Joshua S.Pearson Education India, 01-Sep-2008 8. International Relations.Vinay Kumar Malhotra. Anmol Publications Pvt. Limited, 01-

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Oct-2002. 9. Fundamental Principles of International Relations. J. Martin Rochester.

ReadHowYouWant.com, 09-Jul-2010. 10. International Relations Today: Concepts and Applications. Chatterjee Aneek.Pearson

Education India. 11. The Economic North-South Divide: Six Decades of Unequal Development. Kunibert

Raffer, Hans Wolfgang Singer. Edward Elgar Pub., 2001.

12. Redefining Roles of Non-Aligned Movement in Unipolar World. Jai Nandan Prasad Singh.Academic Excellence, 01-Jan-2006.

13. Globalisation and the Third World. Ray Kiely, Philip Marfleet.Routledge, 1998.

14. International Organizations. Clive Archer. Routledge, 2001.

15. Demand For New International Economic Order. Sandeep Chauhan. M.D. Publications Pvt. Ltd., 01-Jan-1997.

16. Global Political Economy: Understanding the International Economic Order. Robert Gilpin.Princeton University Press, 29-Aug-2011.

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Paper-IL-203-Sociology-II Max. Marks = 60 Attempt six questions in all. Question no. 1 is compulsory. Question no. 2 to 6 (five questions) to be attempted by selecting one question from each unit. All questions carry equal marks (6x10=60). [This paper intends to make students understand the theoretical perspectives in sociology with an objective to help students gain an understanding of some of the classical contributions in sociology and their continuing relevance to its contemporary concerns.] Unit I Auguste Comte

i) The law of three stages ii) Social statics and social dynamics iii) Scientific theory of morality

Unit II Karl Marx i) Theory of class and class conflict in the light of materialistic conception of history ii) The concept and features of alienation

Unit III Herbert Spencer

i) The theory of evolution ii) Social Darwinism

Unit IVEmile Durkheim

i) Social solidarity ii) Suicide iii) Society of morality iv) Crime and punishment

Unit V Max Weber

i) Social action: Concept and types ii) The ideal type: meaning and characteristics iii) Features of protestant ethic and spirit of capitalism iv) Bureaucracy and types of authority

Essential Readings: • Francis Abraham & John Henry Morgan, Sociological Thought: From Comte to Sorokin,

Macmillan Publishers India Limited, 2009, pp.7-9, 13-15, 17-18, 24-30, 34-45, 59-65, 106-110, 114-118, 123-128, 156-160, 175-183, & 185-188.

Prescribed Readings: • Anthony Giddens, Sociology, 6th edition, Wiley India Pvt. Ltd., reprint 2010. • George Ritzer, Sociological Theory, 5th edition, Tata McGraw-Hill Education Private

Limited, New Delhi, reprinted 2011. • Lewis A. Coser, Masters of Sociological Thought: Ideas in Historical and Social Context,

Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1977.

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• Raymond Aron, Durkheim, Pareto, Weber: Main Currents in Sociological Thought, Volume Two, with a new introduction by Daniel J. Mahoney & Brian C. Anderson, Transaction Publishers, New Brunswick (U.S.A.) and London (U.K.), third print 2009.

• Ronald Fletcher, The Making of Sociology: A Study of Sociological Theory, Volume 1, Beginnings and Foundations, Volume 2, Developments, Rawat Publications, Jaipur & New Delhi, reprinted 2011.

• Yogendra Singh, Modernization of Indian Tradition (A Systemic Study of Social Change), Rawat Publications, Jaipur & New Delhi, reprinted 2011, p.141 (bureaucracy).

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Paper-IL-204-History-II Max. Marks: 60 Attempt six questions selecting one question from each unit. Question No.1 is compulsory. All questions carry equal marks. Unit-I Advent of Islam & establishment of Muslim Rule in the Indiansubcontinent. Administrative features in Medieval India with special reference to central & provincial administration. Concept and sources of Muslim law in Medieval India. Unit-II The Delhi Sultanate: theories of kingship with special reference to the Balban’s theory of kingship, powers & functions of the sultan, features of judicial system; position of women with special reference to their legal status and property rights. Unit-III Taxation in Delhi sultanate: imposition of land tax and other taxes. Changes in taxation hours under successive rulers, features of Iqta system. Unit-IV State under Afghan rule, polity under Lodhis, Land Revenue System and reforms in Sher Shah Suri rule. Unit-V Concept of Mughal State, new concepts of Monarchy, Administration of Justice during Mughal Rule, state & religion. System of collection of Land Revenue during Mughal Rule.Decline & fall of Mughal Rule, main causes of decline. Concept & Sources of Muslim law in medieval India with special reference to the Mughal rule. Suggested Readings:

1. Saitsh Chandra, Medieval India, From Sultanate to Mughals, Her Anand Publications, New Delhi.

2. I.H. Qureshi, the Administration of Sultanate of Delhi, Munshi Ram, ManoharLal, New Delhi.

3. IrfanHabib, the Agrarian system of Mughal India. 4. R.N. Chitnis, Medieval Indian History. 5. S.D.Sharma, Administration of Justice in Ancient India.

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Paper-IL-205- Law of social Transformation Max. Marks: 60 Attempt six questions selecting one question from each unit. Question No.1 is compulsory. All questions carry equal marks. Unit-I:

i. Law as an instrument of social change. ii. Law as social engineering. iii. Definition of social change.

Unit-II- Women and Law: a. Protection of women under Indian constitution. b. Crimes against women.

i. Matrimonial offences. ii. Offences relating dowry. iii. Harassment of women at work place. iv. Foeticide

Unit-III – Child and law: i. Child and law. ii. Child labour; meaning and measures to control it. iii. Juvenile Delinquency, definition and measures to control it. iv. Child marriages, extent and law to control it.

Unit-IV – Law and Poverty: i. Legal aid, constitutional provisions. ii. Public interest lawyering and role of courts.

Unit-V – Prison reform and concept of compensatory justice: i. Rights of prisoners. ii. Reports of various jail committees. iii. Compensation to victims of crimes.

Books Recommended:

1. ParasDiwan; Women and Legal protection. 2. Raval& Malik; law of social transformation. 3. Ahmed Siddique; Criminology. 4. UpendraBaxi; Law and Poverty, N.M. Tripathi, Bombay.

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Paper-IL-206- Constitutional History of India Max. Marks: 60 Attempt six questions selecting one question from each unit. Question No.1 is compulsory. All questions carry equal marks. Unit-I:

a. The charter Act of 1833 and 1853. b. The Government of India Act 1858.

Unit-II: a. Indian Councils Act 1861. b. Indian Councils Act 1909.

Unit-III: 1. The Government of India Act 1919:

a. Effects of the Act. b. Various aspects of Diarchy System c. Members, qualifications, powers and defects of the Act.

2. The Government of India Act 1935, Central Legislature, Constituent Assembly.

Unit-IV: 1. Cripps mission, Wavel Plan and Cabinet mission. 2. The Indian Independence Act, 1947. 3. The Constituent Assembly of India.

Unit-V: 1. Constitutional development in Jammu and Kashmir

Recommended Readings:-

1. Keith, Constitutional History of India. 2. Bhagwan V, Constitutional History of India. 3. Mahajan V.D. Constitutional History of India. 4. Jain M.P, The Lines of Indian Legal and Constitutional History. 5. Puri S.K, Indian Legal and Constitutional History. 6. Anand A.S, The Development of Constitution of Jammu and Kashmir 7. A.G. Noorani, Article 370: A Constitutional History of Jammu and Kashmir.

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Third Semester Paper-IL-301- Economics-I Max. Marks: 60 Attempt six questions selecting one question from each unit. Question No.1 is compulsory. All questions carry equal marks. Unit-I

a. Nature of economics, definition of economics, economics as a basis of social welfare and social justice.

b. Elementary knowledge of economic theories. c. Nature of capitalist, socialist and mixed economic system

Unit-II- Micro Economic theory: Demand & Supply: 1. Basic principles of demand and supply, measures and importance of price elasticity of

demand. 2. Supply, nature concept and measurement of elasticity of supply, interaction between

demand and supply. 3. Marginal utility and the law of diminishing utility. 4. Indifference curves approach(consumer’s equilibrium and derivation of demand curve)

consumer surplus. Unit-III: Features of Production and Market structure:

1. Theory of product, production function. 2. Land; labour and wages; wage differentials; capital and capital fixation entrepreneur. 3. Cost and revenue functions under different market firms. 4. Perfect competition, monopoly and monopolistic competitions, price discriminations.

Unit-IV: Money and Banking: 1. Money; types and function; Banking functions of commercial banks, Rural money

market. 2. Nature, working and functions of IMF and IBRD. 3. Economic growth and development- need for sustainable

development. Unit-V:

1. Distribution of income and wealth, marginal productivity and the price inputs, demand from labour, wage differences.

2. Various forms of business organizations: i. Sole Trader. ii. Partnership. iii. Joint Stock company.

Suggesting Readings:

1. Aggarwal A.N. Indian Economy. 2. Sundaran Indian economy. 3. Fredrathue Lewis, Theory of Economic Growth. 4. H.L. Ahuja, Advance Economic Theory.

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Paper-IL-302- Political Science-III Max. Marks: 60 Attempt six questions selecting one question from each unit. Question No.1 is compulsory. All questions carry equal marks. Unit - I. ( Ancient Indian Political Thought )

1) The Hindu Tradition of Political Thought 2) Manu 3) Kautilya

Unit- II (Modern Indian Political Thought – I)

1) Sri Aurobindo Ghosh: Freedom and Nationalistic Ethic 2) V.D.Savarkar: Hindu Nationalism 3) Sir Syed Ahmad Khan: Muslim Reformation.

Unit - III (Modern Indian Political Thought – II)

1) M.K.Ghandhi: Ahimsa and Sarvodaya 2) J.L.Nehru: Democratic Socialism 3) B.R.Ambedkar: Annihilation of Caste

Unit – IV (Western Political Thought –I)

1) Plato: a) The State and the Philosopher King b) Theory of Communism

2) Aristotle a) The Concept of Citizenship b) The Classification of States

Unit – V (Western Political Thought – II)

1) Hegel a) Philosophy of History b) Theory of State

2) T.H. Green: a) Revision of Liberalism b) Theory of State

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Readings:- 1) History of Political Thought: Ancient and medieval, with a chapter on Manu. 6th

ed. 1967. Jyoti Prasad Suda. Jai Prakash Nath, 1967. 2) Aspects of Political Ideas and Institutions in Ancient India. Ram Sharan Sharma.

Motilal Banarsidass Publishers Private Ltd. 3) A History of Indian Political Ideas: the ancient period and the period of transition

to the middle Ages. Upendra Nath Ghoshal. Oxford University Press. 4) Political Thought in Modern India. Thomas Pantham and Kenneth L. Deutsch.

Sage Publications. 5) Annihilation of Caste. Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar. Bheem Patrika Publications,

1968. 6) Ideology, Modernization and Politics in India. V.R.Mehta. New Delhi: Manohar. 7) Modern Indian Political Thought. N.Mehta and S.P. Chhabra. Jallundra: New

Academic Publishing Co., 1976. 8) The Renaissance in India. Sri Aurobindo. (Pondicherry: Sri Aurobindo Ashram,

1951) 9) Makers of Modern India. Ramachandra Guha. Harvard University Press, 31-Mar-

2011 10) Hindutva: Who is a Hindu? Vinayak Damodar Savarkar. Veer Savarkar Prakashan,

1969. 11) A History of Political Theory. George Holland Sabine. Oxford and IBH

Publishing, 1973. 12) Political Discourse: Explorations in Indian and Western Political Thought. Bhikhu,

Parekh and Thomas Pantham (eds.) (1987). 13) The Oxford Handbook of the History of Political Thought. Klosko George (ed.)

2011. Oxford University Press. 14) A History Of Political Theory. George Holland Sabine. Oxford and IBH

Publishing, 1973. 15) Political theory: Philosophy, Ideology, Science. Andrew Hacker. Macmillan, 1961. 16) A History of Political Thought: Plato to Marx. Subrata Mukherjee, Sushila

Ramaswamy. PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd., 2002

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Paper-IL-303-Sociology-III [Social Problems and Society in India] Max. Marks = 60 Attempt six questions in all. Question no. 1 is compulsory. Question no. 2 to 6 (five questions) to be attempted by selecting one question from each unit. All questions carry equal marks (6x10=60). [The objective of this paper is to introduce students with the traditional features of Indian society, sociological concept of crime and corrections and various dimensions of social change in India. This paper becomes essential for students with a view that it helps in understanding a range of social problems in Indian society.] Unit I Traditional bases of Indian Society

i) Caste: definition, merits and demerits of caste systemss ii) Caste (jāti) and varna, difference between caste, class and tribe iii) Characteristics of village society and rural-urban differences

Unit II Dimensions of social change in India

i) Modernization, industrialization, urbanization ii) Sanskritization, westernization, secularization

Unit III Sociology of Crime

i) Meaning and characteristic features of crime and deviance ii) Types of crime: white collar crime, organized crime, cyber crime iii) Meaning of correction and goals of corrections: rehabilitation, retribution, and deterrence

Unit IV Social Problems in India-I

i) Poverty ii) Unemployment iii) Population explosion iv) Child abuse

Unit V Social Problems in India-II

i) Gender inequality and violence against women ii) Drug abuse iii) Terrorism iv) Corruption

Essential Readings: • A.R. Desai, Rural Sociology in India, Popular Prakashan, Bombay, 5th edition, reprinted

2003, pp.10-16 (village society & rural-urban differences). • Ahmad Siddique, Criminology & Penology, revised sixth edition by S.M.A. Qadri, Eastern

Book Company, Lucknow, 2011, pp. 1-31 (crime and criminology), 127-136 (retribution theory & deterrent theory), 437-477 (white-collar crime & organized crime), 515-529 (drug abuse), 566-586 (personal violence against women), 535-537 (terrorism).

• Anthony Giddens, Sociology, 6th edition, Wiley India Pvt. Ltd., reprint 2010, pp. 937- 956 (crime and deviance), 967- 974 (white-collar crime, organized crime & cyber crime).

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• J.S. Gandhi, “Law as an Instrument of Change in India,” and Yogendra Singh, “Law and Social Change in India,” in Sociology of Law, edited by Indra Deva, Oxford University Press, New Delhi, first published 2005, pp.98-111, 320-323 & 337-351.

• M.N. Srinivas, Social Change in Modern India, Orient BlackSwan, New Delhi, reprinted 2013, Chapter 1, 2 & 4 (Sanskritization, westernization, secularization).

• Ram Ahuja, Indian Social System, Rawat Publications, Jaipur and New Delhi, reprint 2012, (for Family, Marriage, Kinship, Caste, Social Change, Modernization, Sanskritization and Westernization).

• Ram Ahuja, Social Problems in India, second edition, Rawat Publications, Jaipur & New Delhi, 2012, pp. 282-307 (urbanization), 308-326 (crime), 27-69 (poverty), 70-90 (unemployment), 91-118 (population explosion), 218-234 (child abuse), 243-264 (violence against women), 386-407 (drug abuse), 422-448 (terrorism), 449-474 (corruption).

• T.K. Oommen & C.N. Venugopal, Sociology for Law Students, A project of the National Law School of India in association with Bar Council of India Trust, Eastern Book Company, Lucknow, reprinted 2010, pp. 9-10 (the study of Indian society), 125-139 (caste, class, varna & tribe) ), 301-304 (characteristics of urban community), 367-373 (social deviance), 378-380 (drug abuse).

• Yogendra Singh, Modernization of Indian Tradition (A Systemic Study of Social Change), Rawat Publications, Jaipur & New Delhi, reprinted 2011, pp. 5-12, 52-54 (sanskritization & westernization), 61-63, 117-121 & 202-204 (modernization), 107-111, 153-158 (urbanization & industrialization).

Prescribed Readings: • Anthony Giddens, Sociology, 6th edition, Wiley India Pvt. Ltd., reprint 2010, pp.219-235

(Industrialisation and Urbanisation), 480-498 (poverty), 581-582, 600-623 (gender inequality), 695-698 (secularization), 926-930 (unemployment), 1055-1063 (terrorism).

• David G. Mandelbaum, Society in India: Volume I Continuity and Change & Volume II Change and Continuity, Popular Prakashan, Bombay, reprinted 1996.

• N. Jayapalan, Rural Sociology, Atlantic Publishers & Distributors, Delhi, 2002, pp.56-77. • Ram Ahuja, Society in India: Concepts, Theories and Recent Trends, Rawat Publications,

Jaipur & New Delhi, reprinted 2005. • S.C. Dube, Indian Society, National Book Trust, India, reprinted 2006. • Yogendra Singh, Social Change in India: Crisis and Resilience, Har-Anand Publications Pvt.

Ltd., New Delhi, reprint 2013.

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Paper-IL-304- History-III Max. Marks: 60 Attempt six questions selecting one question from each unit. Question No.1 is compulsory. All questions carry equal marks. Unit-I Advent of British & its impact on Indian society Establishment of British rule in India. Unit-II India’s struggle for freedom Home Rule movement and its Importance in Indian history. Unit-III Factors responsible for contributing the emergence of Nationalism. Non-Cooperation movement and Civil Disobedience movement. Unit-IV Factors responsible for partition of India. Gandhian philosophy of non-violence. Unit-V British Judicial System as introduced in India. Evolution of the legal system under British rule. Brahmosamaj and AryaSamaj movements. Suggested Readings:

1. A. Bhatacharya, A History of Modern India 2. A.V. Krishna Murthy Freedom Movement in India. 3. Bipin Chandra India’s Struggle for Independence.

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Paper-IL-305- Law of Torts & Consumer protection: Max. Marks: 60 Attempt six questions selecting one question from each unit. Question No.1 is compulsory. All questions carry equal marks. Unit – 1:

1. Introduction and Principles of Liability in Tort. a. Definition of Tort. b. Development of Tort actions in England and India. c. Difference between Tort & crime. d. Wrongful Act, Danga and Remedy. e. Strict liability and Absolute liability. f. Vicarious liability. g. Doctrine of sovereign immunity.

Unit – 2: 1. Volunti non fit infuria. 2. Necessity, plaintiffs default. 3. Act of God. 4. Judicial and Quasi-Judicial

Acts. Unit – 3: 1. Specific Torts:

a. Defamations b. Negligence, contributory negligence. c. Assault. d. Tress Pass to person & property.

Unit – 4: 1. False imprisonment & malicious prosecution. 2. Inevitable accidents. 3. Nuisance.

Unit – 5: 1. Basic concept of consumer & consumer rights. 2. Authorities for consumer protection. 3. Consumer Disputes Redressal Agencies and

Remedies. Books Recommended: 1. Bangria, R.K Law of Torts. 2. Minfield&Jolonics Tort 3. Avtar Singh Law of Consumer Protection 4. Aggarwal, V.K Consumer Protection Act; Law & Practice 5. D.N. Saraf Law of consumer Protection in India.

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Paper-IL-306- Constitution Law-I: Max. Marks: 60 Attempt six questions selecting one question from each unit. Question No.1 is compulsory. All questions carry equal marks. Unit-I:

i. Salient features of Indian constitution. ii. Parliamentary form of

Government. Unit-II: i. Powers & position of Indian president. ii. Legislative privileges, relations between privileges and fundamental rights. iii. Collective responsibility, relation between president and prime

minister. Unit-III: i. Principles of federalism. ii. Distribution of legislative powers- Art. 245, 246, 254. iii. Failure of constitutional machinery (Art 356). iv. Special status of J & K (Art 370)

Unit-IV: i. Constitutional Amendments (Art 368). ii. Freedom of trade and commerce.

Unit-V: i. Regulatory and compensatory measure (Art 301-304). ii. Services under the constitution. iii. Doctrine of pleasure 310, Restriction

311. Recommended Readings: 1. D.D. Basu; Commentary on Constitutional law. 2. M.P. Jain; Indian Constitutional Law. 3. M.P. Singh; Shukla’s Constitutional Law. 4. Dicey; Law of the Constitution.

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Fourth Semester

Paper-I- Economics-II Max. Marks: 60 Attempt six questions selecting one question from each unit. Question No.1 is compulsory. All questions carry equal marks. Unit-I:

1. Indian Economy: basic structure, national income and its sect oral distribution& measurement of national income, poverty extent, causes and impact; population problem, review of major population control programs, unemployment and employment generation scheme.

Unit-II- India as a developing economy: 1. Planning for development, appraisal of development strategies and their impact through

successive five year plannings. Unit-III:

1. Indian Agricultural Development: basic characteristics and problems of agricultural economy; trends in growth of agricultural productivity, green revolution, land reforms- legal issues and solutions, integrated rural development.

Unit-IV: 1. Indian Banking System:

Trends & growth of commercial banks since nationalization, cooperative banking; structure working and problems; regional rural banks. Institutional finance for agriculture and industry, RBI and its monitory

policy.Unit-V- Principles of public finance: a. Tax system, its meaning and classification. b. Public finance V/s private finance. c. Fiscal policy, concept, objectives and instruments. d. Central Budget. e. Burden of deficits and debts.

Suggested Readings: 1. Aggarwal A.N, Indian Economy. 2. ChaudharyP.K, the Indian Economy- Poverty and Development. 3. T.R. Jain, Economics. 4. K.C. Gopal Krishnan, Legal Economics.

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Paper-IL-402- Contract- I (General Principles of Contract) Max. Marks: 60 Attempt six questions selecting one question from each unit. Question No.1 is compulsory. All questions carry equal marks. Unit-I.

i. General Principles of Law of Contract, Agreement, offer, acceptance, consideration. ii. Communication and Revocation of offer and acceptance. iii. Essentials of contract. iv. Competency of contract.

Unit-II:

i. Free consent, consent by coercion, undue influence, fraud, mis-representation and mistake.

Unit-III: Legality of object, void and voidable contracts. Unit-IV: Contingent contracts, contracts which must be performed, performance of reciprocal promises. Unit-V: Discharge of contracts, breach of contracts, quasi contract damages. Case law:

1. CarlillVs. Carboline Smoke Ball Co (1892) 2QB484. 2. Bhagwan Das KohandiaVs. GirdhariLal& Co A.I.R 1966 Sec 543. 3. HadlyVsAxendale 16 LQR 275 (1900). 4. MohsiBibiVsDharmodasGhosh (1903) ILR 30 Cal 539. 5. ChinnayaVsRamayya (1882) 4 Med. 137.

Books Recommended:

1. Mulla: Indian Contract Act. 2. Anson Law of Contract. 3. R.K. Bangia; Indian Contract Act. 4. Jain J.D; Indian Contract Act. 5. Pulluer&Mulla; Indian Contract &Specific Relief Act. 6. Avtar Singh; Law of Contract.

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Paper-IL-403- Family Law-I Max. Marks: 60 Attempt six questions selecting one question from each unit. Question No.1 is compulsory. All questions carry equal marks. Unit-I: Sources and Schools of Muslim law.Unit-II: Marriage:

a. Nature of Muslim marriage. b. Essentials of Muslim marriage. c. Valid and invalid marriages. d. Classifications of marriage. e. Dower, its definition, classification of dower, empowerment of dower and right to

retention by a widow. Unit-III Divorce, nature and its classification, legal effect of divorcee under Muslim law, dissolution of Muslim marriage act 1939. Unit-IV:

i. Maintenance of divorcee under Muslim law. ii. Law of maintenance under (Muslim women protection of Right on divorce) Act 1986. iii. Maintenance under criminal procedure code 1973.

Unit-V- a. General principles of inheritance & guardianship. b. Wakf. c. Will and gifts.

Leading cases:

1. SarlaMudgalVs Union of India (1995) 3 Sec 635. 2. Mohammad Ahmad Khan Vs Shah Bano Begum AIR 1985 Sec 945.

Suggested Readings:

1. Fayzee A.A.A.; Outlines of Mohammadan Law. 2. TahirMehmood; The Muslim Law of India. 3. ParasDiwan; Muslim Law in Modern India. 4. Kusum; Marriage & Divorce Law Manual.

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Paper-IL-404- Constitutional Law-II Max. Marks: 60 Attempt six questions selecting one question from each unit. Question No.1 is compulsory. All questions carry equal marks. Unit-I:

1. Fundamental Rights – Concept of State (Art 12). 2. Justifiability of the Fundamental Rights (Art 13).

Unit – II: 1. Right to Equality – Articles 14, 15 and 16. 2. Right or Freedom – Arts 19.

Unit – III: 1. Personal Liberty Arts 20 – 22. 2. Freedom of Religion – Arts 25

– 28. Unit – IV:

1. Cultural & Educational Rights – Arts 29 & 30. 2. Constitutional Remedies. 3. Writ Jurisdiction

i. Scope of Article 32. ii. Scope of Article 226.

Unit – V: 1. Directive Principles – Relationship between Directive Principles and Fundamental

Rights. 2. Emergency Provisions: Arts 352 to 354, 358 &

359. Leading Cases:

1. Electricity Board Rajasthan Vs Mohan Lal AIR 1967 SC 1857. 2. R.D. ShettyVs.The International Airport Authority AIR 1979 SC 1628. 3. Sodan Singh Vs. New Delhi Municipal Committee Air 1984 SC 1966. 4. Air India Cabin Crew Assn Vs. Yesaswinee Merchant 2003 111LLJ SCI 5. M. NagrajVs. Union of India 2006 8SCC 212. 6. State of Bihar Vs. Project UchalaVidyaSikshak (2006) 2 SCC 545. 7. Ajay HashiaVs. Khalid Mujib AIR 1981 SC 487. 8. State of West BengalVs. Anwar Ali Sarkar AIR 1952 SC 75. 9. Kathi Rani RawatVs. State of Saurashtra AIR 1952 SC 123. 10. In re Special Court Bill, 1978, AIR 1979 SC 478. 11. Air India Vs. NargeshMeerza AIR 1981 SC 1829. 12. IndraSawhneyVs. Union of India AIR 1993 SC 477. 13. L.I.C. India V.M.D. Shah (1992) 3 SCC 615. 14. BijoeEmmanualVs. State of Kerala (1986) 3 SCC 615. 15. Mohni Jain Vs. State of Karnataka (1993) 1 SCC 666. 16. Unni Krishnan Vs. State of A.P (1993) 1 SCC645. 17. A.K. GopalanVs. State of Madras AIR 1950 SC 597. 18. Kharak Singh Vs. State of U.P AIR 1963 SC 1295. 19. Francis CoralieVs. Union Territory of Delhi AIR 1978 SC 597. 20. Manika Gandhi Bs Union of India AIR 1981 SC 746.

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21. Ministry of I& B Vs. Cricket Association of West Bangal (1995) 2 SCC 161. 22. Shankri Prasad Vs. Union of India AIR (1951) SC 455. 23. Sajan Singh Vs. State of Rajasthan AIR (1965) SC 845. 24. GolakNathVs. State of Punjab AIR (1971) SC 1643. 25. KesaVanandaBharatiVs. State of Kerala AIR (1973) SC 1461. 26. Minerva Mills Vs. Union of India AIR (1980) SC 1789. 27. ADM Jabalpur Vs. S. Shukla AIR (1976) SC 1207. 28. Mr. X Vs. Hospital Z AIR (1999) SC 495. 29. Ahemadabad Municipal Corporation Vs. Nawab Khan Gulab Khan (1977) II SCC 21. 30. DKV Basu Vs. State of West Bengal (1997) I SCC 416. 31. VishakaVs. State of Rajasthan AIR (1997) SC 3011. 32. T.A. PaiFaindatrenVs. State of Karnataka (200) 8SCC 481. 33. Union of India Vs. Association for democratic reforms (2000) 5 SCC 294. 34. Air India Cabin Crew Association Vs. Yeashaswine Merchant (2003) 6 SCC 277. 35. Islamic Academy of Education Vs. State of Karnataka (2003) 6 SCC 697.

Suggested Readings:

1. D.D. Basu Commentary on Constitution of India. 2. M.P. Jain Indian Constitutional Law. 3. M.P. Singh Shukla’s Constitutional Law. 4. H.M. Seervai Constitution of India. 5. K.C. Wheare Modern Constitution. 6. Dicey Law of the Constitution.

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Paper-IL-405- International Law – I Max. Marks: 60 Attempt six questions selecting one question from each unit. Question No.1 is compulsory. All questions carry equal marks. Unit – I: Origin & Development

Definition, Nature and Theories of International Law. Relation between International Law and Muncipal Law

Unit – II:

i. Sources of International Law. ii. Custom, Treaties, General principles and Judicial Decision. iii. Treaties, Ratification, Reservation, Amendments, modifications.

Unit – III:

i. State including an overview of Rights & duties, Recognition ii. International organizations. iii. Individuals.

Unit – IV:

i. Jurisdiction, Territorial, Personal and Universal. ii. Modes of Acquisition of state territories.

Unit – V:

i. Principles of extradition and asylum. ii. Privileges and immunities of diplomatic envoys

Books Recommended:

1. Oppenhein International Law. 2. Stark J.G Introduction to International Law. 3. M.P. Tandum International Law. 4. S.K. Kapoor International Law. 5. S.K. Verma Public International Law.

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Paper –IL-406: Mercantile Law Max. Marks: 60 Attempt six questions selecting one question from each unit. Question No.1 is compulsory. All questions carry equal marks. Unit – I: Sale of goods, conditions & preference.

i. Concept of sale as a contract. ii. Essentials of sale.

Unit – II: i. Conditions & Warranties. ii. Passing of property. iii. Performance of contract.

Unit – III: i. Transfer of Title. ii. Rights of unpaid seller. iii. Remedies for breach of

contract. Unit – IV: i. Partnership, its nature and definition. ii. Relationship between partners. iii. Relation of partners to third

parties. Unit – V: i. Incoming & outgoing parties. ii. Partnership registration. iii. Dissolution of partnership.

Cases: 1. SomnathPruna Vs. S.P. Raju AIR 1970 Sec 846. 2. Kali Ram Vs V. Durani AIR 1998 mad 657B.

Books Recommended:

1. Avtar Singh, Principle of law of Sale of Goods Act and Hire purchase. 2. Benjamin, Sale of Goods.

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Fifth Semester Paper-IL-501- Economics-III Max. Marks: 60 Attempt six questions selecting one question from each unit. Question No.1 is compulsory. All questions carry equal marks. Unit-I Concept of Economic Development and growth. Factors responsible for economic growth in economics & non-economic. Factors responsible for inadequate economic development. Unit-II Issues in economic development

i. Debate on State Vs Market. ii. Relation between public and private sector and their role for economic development. iii. Economic planning in India, pattern of planning in India and its assessment.

Unit-III:International Trade

i. Free trade and its protection. ii. Meaning of fixed & flexible exchange rates. iii. Balance of trade and balance of payments.

Unit-IV New liberalization policy of the government. Structural adjustment programme (SAP) Second generation reforms Regional and bilateral trade treaties. Unit-V Foreign trade: Trade policy and post reform period. India & WTO SEZ, FDI, Inclusive growth. Books Suggested:

1. Jahan, Bimal, The Indian Economy, Problems & Prospects. 2. Dhingra, I.C. Indian Economy 3. Mathur, B.P. Public Enterprise Management. 4. Myneni, S.R. Indian Economics, Allahabad Law Agency.

5. Economics Survey 6. Todaro, M. Economic Development in the third world. 7. Saxena, D. Law, Justice & Social Change, Veedam Books, Delhi.

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Paper-IL-502- Family Law-II Max. Marks: 60 Attempt six questions selecting one question from each unit. Question No.1 is compulsory. All questions carry equal marks. Unit-I- Sources & Schools of Hindu Law.

i. Ancient sources. ii. Modern sources. iii. Schools of Hindu law.

a. Mitakshara School. b. Dayabhaga School.

Unit-II: Concept of marriage under Hindu Marriage Act 1955: i. Origin and evolution of marriage and family. ii. Essentials of Hindu Marriage. iii. Groundsfor divorcee. iv. Matrimonial causes, nullity of marriage, cruelty, adultery, separation. v. Bar to matrimonial relief.

Unit-III: i. Mitaksha joint family. ii. Dayabhage joint family. iii. Karta of joint family, his position, powers and privileges.

Unit-IV: i. Hindu Minority and Guardianship Act 1956. ii. Hindu Succession Act.

Unit-V: a) Hindu Adoption and Maintenance Act 1956.

Cases: 1. SarlaMudgalVs Union of India (1995) 3 SCC 635. 2. Kapur Chand Vs Ganesh Dutt AIR 1993 Sc

1145. Books Recommended: 1. ParasDiwan; Modern Hindu Law. 2. Basu N.D; Law of Succession. 3. ParasDiwan; Law of Marriage and Divorce in India. 4. Kusum; Marriage and Divorce Law Manual.

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Paper-IL-503-Contract-II Max. Marks: 60 Attempt six questions selecting one question from each unit. Question No.1 is compulsory. All questions carry equal marks. Unit-I- Contract of Indemnity and guarantee:

i. Definition of indemnity, rights of indemnity. ii. Nature and extent of liability of indemnifier. iii. Commencement of liability of

indemnifier. Unit-II: i. Guarantee, its essentials, difference between guarantee and indemnity. ii. Essentials of surety and his liability. iii. Rights of surety, discharge of surety’s liability.

Unit-III- Bailment: i. Definition and essentials. ii. Rights & Duties of bailer and bailee. iii. Position of finder of goods.

Unit-IV:

i. Agency; definition, kinds of agents, difference between agent and servant. ii. Creation, termination and ratification of agency. iii. Rights and duties of agent and principal.

Unit-V: i. Pledge; definition and essentials. ii. Rights and duties to pawer&pawnee iii. Nature and scope of pledge.

Books Recommended:

1. Pollver&Mulla; On Contract & Specific Relief Act. 2. Dr.Avtar Singh; Law of contract.

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Paper-IL-504-International Law-II Max. Marks: 60 Attempt six questions selecting one question from each unit. Question No.1 is compulsory. All questions carry equal marks. Unit-I:Law of the Sea

1. Historical development 2. Internal Waters 3. Territorial Waters and Contiguous Zone 4. Exclusive Economic Zone 5. Continental Shelf 6. High Seas

Unit-II: 1. Recognition 2. State Succession Unit – III: 1. State Responsibility i. Introduction, theories ii. Imputability iii. Responsibility for the treatment of aliens. iv. Reparations Unit – IV: 1. The Use of force: i. The law before 1945. ii. Article 2(4) of the UN charter. iii. Enforcement actions under chapter VII. iv. Self-defence. v. Neutrality Unit – V: 1. Pacific settlement of international disputes –

i. Negotiations, Mediation, Conciliation & Arbitration. 2. International Court of Justice: composition and jurisdiction. 3. International Criminal Court

Leading Cases:

1. Corpus channel merits cases (1949) ICJ. 2. Albama claim’s Award (1872) 3. Legality of the threat or use of Nuclear Weapons (ICJ 1996) 4. Admission to membership case. 5. Carolinecase (1841). 6. Lockerbre case (1992).

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Paper-IL-505-Jurisprudence-I Max. Marks: 60 Attempt six questions selecting one question from each unit. Question No.1 is compulsory. All questions carry equal marks. Unit-I:

a. Concept, definition and need to study Jurisprudence. b. Relation of Jurisprudence with politics, power structure and society. c. Nature and definition of law

Unit-II: a. Analytical Legal Positivism b. Realistic school

Unit-III: a. Historical school b. Sociological

school Unit-IV:

a. Definition of Natural Law b. Pure theory of law c. Administration of

justice Unit-V – School of law:

a. Custom. b. Legislation. c. Judicial

precedent. Suggested Readings:

1. Salmund; Jurisprudence. 2. Dias, R.W; Jurisprudence. 3. Dhayani S.N; Jurisprudence. 4. Tripathi B.N; Jurisprudence.

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Paper-IL-506-Law of Crimes-I Max. Marks: 60 Attempt six questions selecting one question from each unit. Question No.1 is compulsory. All questions carry equal marks. Unit-I:

1. Introduction of criminal law: i. Crime, its definition and essentials. ii. Pre-colonial concepts of crime as reflected in Hindi, Muslim law. iii. Difference between crime and wrong.

2. Applicability of IPC/ RPC. 3. Definitions under section 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 39, 40, 52.

Unit-II: Elements of criminal liability i. Mensrea and octusreus and its development. ii. Application of Mensrea in strict liability cases and socio-economic

offences. Unit-III:

i. Group liability section 34, 149, IPC. ii. Unlawful Assembly: basis of liability. iii. Rioting, Affray.

Unit-IV- General defenses: i. Mistake (Section 76-79 IPC). ii. Consent. iii. Intoxication. iv. Insanity. v. Right of Private

defense. Unit-V:

i. Abetment section 107-110. ii. Criminal conspiracy. iii. Criminal attempt including impossible

attempt. Leading Cases:

1. Queen Vs Prince 1875 L.R.2C.C. R154. 2. Queen VsTolson (1889) 23 Q.B.D. 168. 3. SherresVs De Rutzan (1895)1Q.B. 918. 4. State of Maharashtra Vs M.H. George A.I.R. 1965 SC 722. 5. NathulalVs State of M.P A.I.R. 1966 SC 43. 6. Amjad Khan Vs Haji Mohd.Kalaam A.I.R. 1952 SC 165. 7. AlamGirVs State of Bihar A.I.R. 1969 SC 436.

Recommended Books: 1. Pillai P.S; Criminal Law. 2. Nigam R.C; Law of crimes in India. 3. K.D. Gaur; cases & material on criminal law. 4. Rattan Lal; Indian Penal Code.

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5. H.S. Gover; Penal law of India. 6. S.N. Mishra; Indian Penal Code.

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Sixth Semester Paper-IL-601-Jurisprudence-II Max. Marks: 60 Attempt six questions selecting one question from each unit. Question No.1 is compulsory. All questions carry equal marks. Unit-I:

i. Definition and meaning of legal rights. ii. Classification of rights. iii. Relation between right and duty.

Unit-II: i. Nature of personality. ii. Status of unborn person, minor, lunatic iii. Corporate personality.

Unit-III: i. Possession, meaning of possession, kinds of possession.

Unit-IV: i. Meaning of ownership. ii. Kinds of ownership. iii. Difference between possession and ownership.

Unit-V: i. Property & its meaning. ii. Kinds of

property Recommended Readings:

1. Dias; Jurisprudence. 2. Dhayani S.N; Jurisprudence; A study of Indian legal theory. 3. Hart H.L.A; The concept of law. 4. Friedman; Legal Theory.

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Paper – IL-602: Labour Law-I Max. Marks: 60 Attempt six questions selecting one question from each unit. Question No.1 is compulsory. All questions carry equal marks. Unit-I-Historical perspective on Labour

i. Labour through ages- slave labour, guild system, labour during federal days. ii. Changing labour perspective and labour policy. iii. History of trade union movement in India. iv. International labour standards and their implementation.

Unit-II: i. Problems and multiplicity of unions, trade unions and politicization. ii. Right to trade union and human rights. iii. Legal control and protection of trade unions. iv. Rights, liabilities and amalgamation of trade unions.

Unit-III:

i. Concept of collective bargaining. ii. Machinery for settlement of industrial disputes. iii. Strike, lockout, layoff and retrenchment

Unit-IV: i. State prescription of machinery: Reference for adjudication. ii. Unfair trade practices. iii. Doctrine of hire and fire. iv. Punishment for misconduct.

Unit-V- Labour Welfare: i. Welfare scheme provided for labours. ii. Obligation for health and safety of workmen iii. Workman’s compensation. iv. Maternity benefits to women workers. v. Regulation of employment of young

workers. Suggested Readings:

1. Hone Ball; Text book on Labour Law. 2. O.P. Malhotra; The Law of Industrial disputes. 3. V.V. Giri Labour problems in Indian industry. 4. S.N. Dhiyani; Trade unions and right to strike. 5. S.C. Srivastava; Labour Laws and Industrial Relations. 6. K.D. Srivastava; Laws Relating to Trade Union Act.

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Paper-IL-603- Law of Crimes-II Max. Marks: 60 Attempt six questions selecting one question from each unit. Question No.1 is compulsory. All questions carry equal marks. Unit-I- Offences against human body:

i. Culpable Homicide- (Sec 299) ii. Murder (Sec 300) iii. Posh and Negligent Act. iv. Hurt and Grievous hurt. v. Assault and Criminal force. vi. Kidnapping &

Abduction. Unit-II- Offences against women:

i. Insulting the modesty of a woman. ii. Causing miscarriage without women’s consent. iii. Rape and custodial rape. iv. Cruelty by husband and relatives.

Unit-III- Offences against property:

i. Theft: Section 378 & 379 IPC. ii. Extortion: Section 383 & 384 IPC. iii. Robbery: Section 390 & 392 IPC. iv. Dacoity: Section 391 & 395

IPC. Unit-IV- Offences against marriage:

i. Bi-gamy, Section 494 and 495 IPC. ii. Adultery, Section 497 IPC. iii. Dowry Death.

Unit-V: i. Criminal misappropriation and criminal breach of trust, Sec 403, 405 IPC. ii. Cheating, Sec 415 – 417 IPC. iii. Mischief, Sec 426 – 426IPC. iv. Forgery.

Leading Cases: 1. R.V.Govinda ILR (1876) 1 Bombay 342. 2. Virsa Singh Vs State of Punjab 1958 Sc 465. 3. K.M. NanavatiVs State of Maharashtra AIR 1962 Sc 605. 4. S. VordaRajanVs State of Madras AIR 1965 Sc 942. 5. K.N.MehraVs State of Rajasthan AIR 1957 Sc 369. 6. VishwaNathVs State of U.P. AIR 1960 Sc 67. 7. State (Delhi Adm.) Vs V.C. Shula and others AIR 1980 Sc 8. 1382. Books Suggested:

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1. Pilli, P.S. Criminal Law. 2. Nigam, R.C. Law of crimes in India. 3. S.N. Mishra, Indian Penal Code. 4. K.D. Gaur, Cases and materials on criminal law.

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Paper-IL-604: Corporate Law(Law relating to Companies Act 1956) Max. Marks: 60 Attempt six questions selecting one question from each unit. Question No.1 is compulsory. All questions carry equal marks. Unit – I:

1. Need of company for development, formation of a company, registration and incorporation.

2. Memorandum of association- various clauses – alteration therein – doctrine of ultra vires.

Unit – II: 1. Articles of association – binding force – alteration- its relation with memorandum of

association – doctrine of constructive notice and indoor management – exceptions. 2. Prospectus – issue – contents – liability for mis-statements – statement in lieu of

prospectus and relevant provisions of SEBI. 3. Promoters – position – duties and liabilities.

Unit –III:

1. Shares – general principles of allotment statutory restrictions - share certificate its objects and effects – transfer of shares – restrictions on transfer – procedure for transfer – refusal of transfer – role of public finance institutions – relationship between transferor and transferee – issue of shares at premium and discount – depository receipts – dematerialized shares (DEEMAT) and relevant provisions of SEBI.

2. Shareholder- who can be and who cannot be a shareholder- modes of becoming a shareholder – calls on shares – forfeiture and surrender of shares –lien on shares.

Unit – IV: 1. Share capital – kinds – alteration and reduction of share capital – further issue of

capital conversion of loans and debentures into capital duties of courts to protect the interests of creditors and shareholders.

2. Directors – position – appointment – qualifications – vacation of office – removal resignation – powers and duties of directors.

3. Debentures – meaning – fixed and floating charge – kinds of debentures – shareholder and debenture holder- remedies of debenture holders.

Unit – V: 1. Prevention of oppression and mismanagement. 2. Winding up – types – who can apply? Consequences of

winding up. Leading Cases:

1. Solomon Vs. Soloman& Co 1897 AC 22. 2. Daimler Co. Ltd Vs Continental Tyre& Rubber Co. 1916 2 AC 307.

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3. LakshmanasawamiMudaliarVs. Life Insurance Corporation of India AIR 1963 SC 1185. 4. Royal British Bank Vs. Turqund (1856) 119 ER 886. 5. T.R. Pratt (Bombay) Ltd. Vs. M.T.Ltd. AIR 1938 PC 159. 6. Foss Vs. Harbottle (1957) Camp. LJ. 194. 7. Shanti Prassad Jain Vs. Kalinga Tubes AIR 1965 IC 1535.

Suggested Readings: 1. Avtar Singh, Indian Company Law (1999). 2. L.C.B. Gower, Principles of Modern Company Law (1997). 3. Palmer, Palmer’s Company Law(1987). 4. R.R. Pennington, Company Law (1990). 5. A. Ramaiya, Guide to the Companies Act (1998). 6. S.M. Shah, Lectures on Company Law (1988).

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Paper-IL-605- Environmental Law Max. Marks: 60 Attempt six questions selecting one question from each unit. Question No.1 is compulsory. All questions carry equal marks. Unit – I:

1. Environment: meaning, environment pollution – Meaning and issues. 2. Historical development of Environmental Laws in India.

a. Nuisance: Penal Code, Criminal and Civil Procedure Codes, old laws and new interpretations – Absolute and no- fault liability under Environmental Laws.

3. Constitutional Provisions – Art. 14, 19(1) (g), 48-A, 51A, g, Art.21, Right to wholesome environment – evolution and application. PIL and protection of the environment.

Unit – II: 1. The Water and Air Pollution Controls Act:

a. Standards, CPCB and SPCB Consent Mechanisms, Control Areas and Restraint Orders.

b. Citizen Suit and Access to Environmental information. c. Corporate & Government Liability for environmental offences.

Unit – III: 1. Environmental Protection Act, 1986 and other Environmental legislation.

a. Powers of Central Govt., Citizen suit, Policing of pollution. b. Rules:

i. Bio-medical Waste Rules, 1998. ii. Hazardous Waste Rules, 1998.

iii. Ozone depleting Substances Rules. iv. Noise Pollution control Rules, 2000.

c. BIA, Bio-logical Diversity Act 2003 and National Environmental Appellate Authority Act. 1997.

Unit – IV: International Environmental law and Norms: 1. Stockholm Declaration, Global Warming and Ozone conventions. 2. Sustainable development, Public Trust doctrine. 3. Precautionary Principle, Polluter Pays Principle.

Unit – V: Local Environmental Laws and Problems in J & K. 1. Forest Act 1930, J & K Wild Life Protection Act J & K Forest Conservation Act,

(Summary of the Provisions with special emphasis on Forest Dwellers and Forests, Medicinal plants and related traditional knowledge.)

2. Protection of Biodiversity in J & K – Local Laws and Central Acts – Forest (Protection) Force Act.

3. Preservation and protection of lakes and waterways in J& K Existing related laws and future legal needs.

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Suggested Readings: 1. Center for Science and Environment Citizen’s Reports – Anil Aggarwal. 2. Rosencranz, Diwan Noble Environmental Law and Policy in India. 3. Lai Commentaries on Water & Air pollution Law 4. Chaturvedis Law on Protection of Environment and

Prevention of Pollution. 5. BaxiUpendra The Environment Protection Act. An

agenda for implementation (ILI Publication) 6. Bakshi P.M The Air Act, 1986. 7. Bakshi P.M The Environment Protection Act. 8. P. Leela Krishnan Environmental Law in India. 9. Iyer V.R. Krishna Environmental Pollution & the Law. 10. Kashmir University Law Review – Relevant Papers.

International Documents: Stockholm Conference, Ozone Convention, climate change convention. Local Legislations:

1. J & K Wildlife (Protection) Act, 1978. 2. J & K Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, 1934. 3. J & K Forest (Protection) Force Act, 2001. 4. J & K Kuth Act, 1921. 5. J & K Preservation of Specified Trees Act,

1969. Central Legislations:

1. The Water (Prevention& Control of Pollution) Act, 1974. 2. The Air (Prevention& Control of Pollution) Act, 1981. 3. The Environment Protection Act, 1986. 4. Noise Pollutions Control Rules, 2000. 5. Bio-Medical Waste Management Rules, 1998 as amended. 6. Ozone Deletion (Substances & Control) Rules. 7. Hazardous Waste Management Rules, 1989. 8. Ozone Depleting Substances Rules. 9. Bio-logical Diversity Act,

2003. Essential Case Law:

1. Subhashkumar B State of Bihar, AIR 1991 SC 420. 2. M C Mehta Vs Union of India, AIR 1997 SC 734. 3. M C Mehta Vskamalnath, AIR 2000 SC 1997.

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4. M/S Abhilash textiles Vs Rajkot Municipal corpn. AIR 1988 Guj 57. 5. Indian Council for Enviro-Legal Action Vs Union of India, AIR 1996 sc 1446. 6. Vellore Citizen Welfare Forum VsUnion of India, AIR 1996 SC 2715. 7. A.P. Pollution Control Boards Vs. M.Y. Nayudu, AIR 1999 SC 812. 8. NannadaBachaoAndolenVs Union of India AIR 2000 SC 3751. 9. M.C. Mehta Vs. Union of India AIR 2002 SC 1696. 10. M.C. Mehta Vs. Union of India AIR 1988 SC 1037. 11. M.C. Mehta Vs. Union of India AIR 1988 SC 1115. 12. M/S. Delhi Bottling Co. Pvt. Ltd. Vs. Central Board for the Prevention & Control of

Water Pollution AIR 1988 DET 152. 13. Tata Tea Ltd. Vs. State of Kerala 1984, KLT 645. 14. M.C. Mehta Vs. Union of India, AIR 2001 SC 1948. 15. M.C. Mehta Vs. Union of India, AIR 1998 (4) SCALE 196. 16. Orissa State Pollution Control Board Vs. M/s Orient Paper Mills, AIR 2003 SC 1966. 17. TarunBaghat Singh Vs. Union of India (1994) 2 SCALE 68. 18. T.N. GodavarmanThirumulk pad Vs. Union of India AIR 1998 SC 769. 19. Vellore Citizens Welfare Forum Vs. Union of India, AIR 1996 SC 2715. 20. S. JangannathVs. Union of India, AIR 1997 SC 811. 21. M.C. Mehta Vs. Union of India, AIR 2002 SC 1696. 22. M.C. Mehta Vs. Union of India, AIR 1987 SC 965. 23. M.C. Mehta Vs. Union of India, AIR 1987 SC 982. 24. M.C. Mehta Vs. Union of India, AIR 1987 SC 1086. 25. M.C. Mehta Vs. Union of India, (Relocation of Industries in Delhi), AIR1996 SC 2231. 26. A.P. Pollution Control Board Vs. M.V.Nayudu, AIR 199 SC 812.

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Paper-IL-606 – Transfer of Property Law Max. Marks: 60 Attempt six questions selecting one question from each unit. Question No.1 is compulsory. All questions carry equal marks. Unit – I:

Interpretation Clause – Section 3 Transfer of property defined - section 5 Non-transferable properties – Section 6 Condition restraining alienation of property – Section 10

Unit – II:

Transfer of property by Act of parties - Sections 11 to 21 and sections 25 to 29. Unit – III:

Doctrine of Election Section 35, Sale of immovable property sections 54 & 55 Mortgage of immovable property - Sections 58, 60, 67, 81, 82, 91, 92, 96.

Unit – IV:

Charge -Sections 100, 101, Lease of immovable property- 105 to 108 and 111. Section 139 and 140 of the J & K Transfer of Property Act.

Unit – V:

The Indian Easement Act, 1882:

1. Easement generally. 2. The incidents & disturbance of easements. 3. License, Lease and easement distinction.

Leading Cases:

1. Associated Hotels Vs. R.N Kapoor AIR 1959 SC 1262. 2. Mr.AchammaCyriacVs. the Kerala Financial Corpn. & others AIR 1997 Kerala. 3. NemiChandaVs. OnkarLal AIR 1991 SC 2346. 4. Munisami Naidu Vs. R. Ranganathan AIR 1991 SC 492. 5. A.K. VeeraghavaLyengarVs N.V. Prasad AIR 1994 SC 2357. 6. Shanty Bhai Vs. State of Bombay, AIR 1958 SC 582, 7. BamdevPanigrahiVs. Smt. Moharama AIR 1974 AP. 8. Ahmadabad Municipal Corporation Vs. Haji Abdul Gofoor, AIR 1971 SC 1201. 9. Ram BaranVs. Ram Mohit AIR 1967 SC 755. 10. R. KemprajVs. Barton Sons & Co. AIR 1970 SC 1872. 11. Rajesh Kanta Roy Vs. Smt. Shant Devi AIR 1957 SC 255. 12. AamirthanKudumbahVs. SarnamKudumbah AIR 1991 SC 1256.

Suggested Readings:

1. Mulla Transfer of Property Act.

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2. B.B. Mitra Transfer of Property Act. 3. SabaRao Lectures and Commentaries on Transfer of Property. 4. Shukla Transfer of Property. 5. Tripathi G.P The Indian Easement Act. 6. Jain J.D. The Indian Easement Act.

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