LL.B. Course

Course Contents

Theories Paper (Compulsory and Optional Both)

(l) The syllabus has been divided into five units. Questions will be set from each unit.

(II) The questions paper shall contain three section. Section A shall contain 10 questions two from each unit of 2 marks each. The Candidate is required to answer all the questions answers should not exceed 50 words. Section B shall contain 5 questions one from each unit with internal choice each question shall be of 7 Marks. The answers should not exceed 200 words. The candidate is required to answer all the questions. Section C shall contain 5 questions of 15 marks each, one from each unit. The candidate is required to answer any 3 questions. The answers shall not exceed 500 words.

(Ill) In order to ensure that students do not leave out important portions of the syllabus, examiners shall be free to repeat the question set in the previous examination.

(IV) In the case of discrepancies between English and Hindi Version, English Version will prevail.

(V) Acts are to be read with their Amendments

Practical Paper :

(i) The syllabus has been divided into four units. Questions will be set from each unit.

(ii) The questions paper shall contain three sections. Section A shall contain 8 questions two from each unit of 2.5 arks each. The Candidate is required to answer all the questions. The answers should not exceed 50 words. Section B shall contain 4 questions one from each unit with internal choice each question shall be of 10 marks. The answers should not exceed 200 words. The candidate is required to answer all the questions. Section C shall contain 4 questions of 20 marks each, one from each unit. The candidate is required to answer any 1 questions. The answers shall not exceed 500 words.

(iii) ln order to ensure that students do not leave out important portions of the syllabus, examiners shall be free to repeat the question set in the previous examination.

(iv) In the case of discrepancies between English and Hindi Version, English Version will prevail.

(v) Acts are to be read with their Amendments

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