Academic       
     
  Syllabus for Semester I of Three Years Course and Semester V of Five Years Course :  
  Paper I (Contract I)
Semester I of Three Years Course Semester V of Five Years Course

1) General Principles of Law of Contract
2) Free Consent- Its need and definition- factors vitiating free consent.
3) Legality of objects
4) Discharge of a contract and its various modes
5) Quasi Contracts or certain relations resembling those created by contract
6) Remedies in contractual relations

Semester II of Three Years Course and Semester VI of Five Years Course
1) Government as a Contracting Party
2) Standard Form Contract
3) Multi-national Agreement
4) Strategies and constraints to enforce Contractual obligations
5) Specific Relief

Paper II (Contract II)
Semester I of Three Years Course Semester V of Five Years Course

1) Indemnity
2) Guarantee
3) Bailment
4) Pledge
5) Agency

Semester II of Three Years Course and Semester VI of Five Years Course
1) Sale of Goods
2) Partnership
3) Negotiable Instruments

Paper III (Tort and Consumer Protection Laws)
Semester I of Three Years Course Semester V of Five Years Course

1) Evolution of Law of Torts
2) Definition, Nature, Scope and Objects
3) Principles of Liability in Torts
4) Justification in Tort
5) Extinguishment of library in certain situations
6) Standing
7) Doctrine of immunity and its relevance in India
8) Venire is Liability
9) Torts against persons and personal relations
10) Wrongs affecting property
11) Negligence
Semester II of Three Years Course and Semester VI of Five Years Course
1) Nuisance
2) Absolute/ Strict liability
3) Legal remedies
4) Consumer movements : historical perspectives
5) Consumer, the concept
6) Unfair Trade Practices
7) Consumer of Goods
8) Supply of essential commodities
9) Consumer Safety
10) Service
11) Commercial Services
12) Enforcement of Consumer Rights

Paper IV (Law of Crimes)
Semester I of Three Years Course Semester V of Five Years Course

1) General
2) Elements of criminal liability
3) Group Liability
4) Stages of crimeunits
5) Factors negativing guilty intention
6) Types of punishment

Semester II of Three Years Course and Semester VI of Five Years Course
1) Specific offences against human body
2) Offences against women
3) Offences against property
4) New Kinds of crimes such as terrorism, pollution and adulteration
5) Law Reforms

Paper V (Constitution Law)
Semester I of Three Years Course Semester V of Five Years Course

1) General
2) Parlimentary Government
3)Federalism
4) Constitutional Process of Adaptation and alteration
5) Secularism
6) Equality and Social Justice

Semester II of Three Years Course and Semester VI of Five Years Course
1) Freedoms and Social Control units
2) Personal Liberty
3) Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles
4)Fundamental duties
5) Emergency
6) Judiciary under the Constitution
7) services under the Constitution


Paper VI (Family Law-I)
Semester I of Three Years Course Semester V of Five Years Course

1) Marriage and Kinship
2) Customary practices and regulation
3) Conversion and its effect on family
4) Joint Family

Semester II of Three Years Course and Semester VI of Five Years Course
1) Inheritance
2) Matriminial Remedies

Paper VII (Administrative Law)
Semester I of Three Years Course Semester V of Five Years Course

1) Evolution, nature and Scope of Administrative Law
2) Civil Service in India
3) Legisletive Powers of Administration
4) Judicial Powers of Administration

Semester II of Three Years Course and Semester VI of Five Years Course
1) Juducial Control of Administrative Action
2) Administrative Discretion
3) Liability for wrongs (Tortious and Contractual)
4) Corporations and Public Undertakings
5) Informal Methods of settlement of Disputes and Grtevance Redressal Procedures

Paper VIII (Legal Language)
Semester I of Three Years Course Semester V of Five Years Course

1) Law in General and its Meaning : Classification of Law.
2) i) Importance of Language to legal profession
ii) Acquiring command oyer language.
3) Legal and ordinary meaning of the following concepts
4) maxims :
5) Phrases with their meaning

Semester II of Three Years Course and Semester VI of Five Years Course
1) Civil Procedure code
2) Criminal Procedure Code
3) Law of Evidence
4) Property Law

 
  Year Wise Syllabus :  
 
A) a) 
First year of the Five Year Law Course -  
  Paper-I   : English Paper - I
Paper-II  : Political Science Paper -I
Paper-III : Economics Paper -I
Paper-IV : History
Paper-V  : Sociology Paper -I
Paper-VI : Logic & Scientific Method
 
    b) 
Second year of the Five year Law Course -  
  Paper-I   : English Paper -II
Paper-II  : Political Science Paper - II
Paper-III : Political Science Paper-III
Paper-IV : Economics Paper - II
Paper-V  : Sociology Paper-II
Paper-VI : Indian Legal History
(History of Courts, Legislature and Legal Profession in India)
c) 
Third Year of the Five Year Law Course & First Year of Three Year Law Course -
  Paper-I   : Contract I
                A) Indian Contract Act-S-I to 175
                B) Specific Relief Act 1963

Paper-II  : Contract-II
                A) Indemnity & Guarantee
                B) Bailment
                C) Agency 
                D) Indian Partnership Act, 1932
                E) Sale of Goods Act, 1930

Paper-III : Torts & Consumer Protection Laws
                A) Law of Torts
                B) Consumer Protection Act, 1986

Paper-IV : Law of Crimes (Indian Penal Code)

Paper-V  : Constitutional Law
                A) Federalism
                B) Indian Constitution

Paper-VI : Family Law- 1
               A) Mohammedan Law
               B) Indian Succession Act, 1925 (S.1 to 191 only)
               C) Indian Divorce Act

Paper-VII : Administrative Law

Paper-VIII : Legal Language
 
d) 
Fourth Year of Five Year Law Course & Second Year of Three Year Law Course -
  Paper-I    : Jurisprudence
Paper-II   : Family Law - II
Paper-III  : Property Law Including Transfer of Property Act and                  Easement Act.
Paper-IV  : Company Law (100) Marks
Paper-V   : Human Rights and International Law
Paper-VI  : Environmental Law including laws for the protection of                  wild life & prevention of cruelty to Animal Act, 1960
Paper-VII : Interpretation of Statutes

 
  Optional Papers : Any one of the following

Paper-VIII : (A) Insurance Law
                 (B) Banking Law incl. Negotiable Instruments Act.
                 (C) Criminology and Penology.



 

Practical Training:
Following two papers be taught under the practical training scheme as per the guidelines of the Bar Council of India -

Paper-IX. : Professional Ethics, Accountancy of lawyer and Bar Bench                 Relations.
              
(a) Written Examination
               (b) Viva-voce
Paper-X. : Public Interest Lawyering Legal Aid and Para Legal                Services.
               (a) Written Examination
               (b) Viva- voce






e)
Fifth Year of the Five Year Law Course & Third Year
of the Three Year Law Course -
 
 

Paper-I   : Criminal Procedure Code, Juvenile Justice Act And                 Probation of Offenders Act
Paper-II  : Law of Evidence
Paper-III : Civil Procedure Code and Indian
                i)   Limitation Act
                ii)  Civil procedure Code
                iii) Limitation Act
Paper-IV : Arbitration, concilliation and alternative
                Dispute Resolution System
                The Arbitration and Concilliation Act of 1996. (The whole                 Act)
Paper -V : Labour Laws
               i)   The Industrial Disputes Act of 1947
               ii)  The factories Act of 1948
               iii) The Minimum Wages Act, 1948
               iv) The Payment of Wages Act, 1936
               v)  Employees State Insurance Act of 1948
               vi) The workmens compensation Act of 1923
Paper-VI : Land Laws
              i)  Maharashtra Land Revenue code of 1966
              ii) Maharashtra Rent Control Act of 1999
Paper No. VII & VIII : Law Relating to Women & Children Women                                and Law
Paper- V :  A) Taxation Laws
                     i) Income Tax Act of 1961
                     ii) The Central Sales Tax Act 1956
                     iii) The Bombay Sales Tax Act
                B) Trust, Equity and fiduciary Relationship
                    i) The Indian Trust Act of 1882
                    ii) The Bombay Public Trust Act of 1950
                    iii) Principles and Maxims of Equity
                    iv) Fiduciary Relations

 
 

Practical Training :
The following two papers be taught under the practical training scheme as pe the guidelines of the Bar Council of India.
Paper- IX : Moot Court, Pre- Trial Preparations and Participation in                 trial proceedings.
Paper- X  : Drafting, Pleadings and conveyancing.




D) 
Diploma in Income Tax & Sales Tax  
 

The following shall be the subjects for the Diploma in Income Tax & Sales Tax Each paper shall carry 100 marks and shall be of 3 hours duration.
Paper- I  : Income Tax Act 1961 (as amended upto date)
               General Principles of Indian Income - Tax Act and Income                Tax practice.
Paper-II : a) Bombay Sales Tax Act 1953 as amended upto date -
:              b) Central Sales Tax Act 1956 as amended upto date -
Paper - III : General English
                 i)   Essay (Descriptive)
                 ii)  Precis Writing
                 iii) Letter Writing
                 iv) Translation of passage fro Marathi
                                 or
                 iv) Paraphrase
                 v) Transformation of sentence pattern
                 vi) Correction of sentences with reasons





     
 
   
     
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