Academic Programme:

The University is making a modest beginning by offering B.A.LL.B. (Hons.) from the academic year 2017-18.

UNDER-GRADUATE PROGRAMME

B.A.L.L.B. (Hons.) Five- Year Integrated Degree Course Academic Curriculum of the University is inspired by the University Grants Commission (UGC) Curriculum Development Committee Report (CDCR) wherein the recommendations of the CDC report and the Bar Council of India (BCI) guidelines have been considered as the basic parameters to bring it in consonance with trends of globalization, pluralism and social integration. Clinical legal education is an integral component of the academic curriculum of the university through which students understand how to appreciate practical socio-economic and legal issues and help the needy. The course curriculum promotes inter-disciplinary approach with integration between law, social sciences and humanities.

The University follows semester system with six working days in a week, a minimum of 90 working days in a semester; and 180 days in an academic year in addition to examinations. The University introduced Choice- Based Credit Based System (CBCS) for undergraduate degree course. The students are required to earn a total of 200 credit points spread out through the course of five years; however the students shall be allowed to earn more credits from the courses offered by the external experts from time to time. Further, course structure is designed to impart 42 (forty two) compulsory papers, 02 (two) clinical papers and 06 (six) optional papers. A wide range of optional papers would also be offered to the students.

The scheme of examination for undergraduate degree course includes an end-semester examination for 50 marks; mid-semester examination for 25 marks; a research project for 10 marks , presentation for 10 marks and 5 marks are allotted for attendance. The academic performance of the students on continuation basis shall be evaluated on a 10 (Ten) point scale with corresponding grade values.

ELIGIBILITY FOR ADMISSION

The eligibility is as per the CLAT-2017 Notification, for details see CLAT Website.

Intake and Reservation: Total = 60 Seats

The reservation policy of Maharashtra as envisaged in the Maharashtra National Law University Act 2014 would be made applicable and admissions will be made only on the merit secured by the applicants in the CLAT-2017. The allocation of seats is as follows:

Category

Percentage

No. of Seats

Maharashtra Scheduled Castes

13

08

Maharashtra Scheduled Tribes

07

04

Maharashtra De-notified Tribes (A)

03

02

Maharashtra Nomadic Tribes (B)

02.5

01

Maharashtra Nomadic Tribes (C)

03.5

02

Maharashtra Nomadic Tribes (D)

02

01

Maharashtra Special Backward Class

02

01

Maharashtra Other Backward Classes (OBC)

19

11

Unreserved-General

30

Total Seats

60

Note: The table above is being prepared based on the Section 6(1) of the Maharashtra National Law University Act 2014 and Section 4(2) of the Maharashtra State Public Services (Reservation for Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, De-notified Tribes (Vimukta Jatis), Nomadic Tribes, Special Backward Category and Other Backward Classes) Act 2001 provided that the principle of ‘Creamy Layer’ shall be applicable to all categories mentioned above except Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe.

(ii) 3% seats shall be reserved horizontally for Specially Abled Persons (SAP) and any other reservation approved by the Government of Maharashtra from time to time.

B.A.L.L.B. (HONS.) DEGREE COURSE- CURRICULUM
Following is the course curriculum for the undergraduate degree course: Also a foreign language to be introduced as non-credit course.

First Year

Semester-I

Credits

Semester-II

Credits

1.1 Legal Methods

4

2.1 Law of Contract-I

4

1.2 Law of Torts

4

2.2 Jurisprudence

4

1.3 History-I

3

2.3 History-II

3

1.4 Sociology-I

3

2.4 Sociology-II

3

1.5 English-I

3

2.5 English-II

3

Second Year

Semester-III

Semester-IV

3.1 Law of Contract-II

4

4.1 Constitutional Law-I

4

3.2 International Law

4

4.2 Property Laws

4

3.3 Family Law-I

4

4.3 Family Law-II

4

3.4 Economics-I

3

4.4 Economics-II

3

3.5 Political Science -I

3

4.5 Political Science-II

3

Third Year

Semester-V

Semester-VI

5.1 Constitutional Law-II

4

6.1 Code of Civil Procedure and Law of Limitation

4

5.2 Criminal Law-I (Indian Penal Code)

4

6.2 Criminal Law-II

4

5.3 Corporate Laws-I

4

6.3 Corporate laws-II

4

5.4 Administrative Law

4

6.4 Environment Laws-I

5

5.5 Clinic-I (Alternative Dispute Resolution)

5

6.5 Clinic-II (International Commercial Arbitration Laws)

5

Fourth Year

Semester-VII

Semester-VIII

7.1 Principles of Legislation and Interpretation of Statutes

4

8.1 Intellectual Property Rights

4

7.2 Taxation-I

4

8.2 Taxation-II

4

7.3 Labour Laws-I

4

8.3 Labour Laws-II

4

7.4 Environmental Laws-II

5

8.4 Optional Paper-I

5

7.5 Laws of Evidence

4

8.5 Optional Paper-II

5

Fifth Year

Semester-IX

Semester-X

9.1 Private International Law

4

10.1 Drafting, Pleading and Conveyancing

4

9.2 Merger, acquisition and Competition Laws

4

10.2 Law of Equity, Trusts, Suit Evaluation and Registration

4

9.3 Professional Ethics, Professional Accounting System And Bar-Bench Relationship

4

10.3 International Trade Law

4

9.4 Optional Paper-III

5

10.4 Optional Paper-V

5

9.5 Optional Paper-IV

5

10.5 Optional Paper-VI

5


FEE STRUCTURE B.A.,L.L.B. (HONS.) FIVE YEAR INTEGRATED COURSE

ACADEMIC YEAE: 2017-2018


ONE-TIME FEE [payable at the time of admission]*

Admission Fee

3,000/-

Library Caution Money (Refundable)

10,000/-

Hostel Caution Money (Refundable)

10,000/-

Mess Caution Money (Refundable)

10,000/-

ANNUAL [payable before commencement of academic session*]

Tuition fee:
(i)                 Students from State of Maharashtra
(ii)               Students from Other States

 

78,750/-
1,05,000/-

Other Fees

35,000/-

User Charges

12,000/-

Hostel Accommodation

30,000/-

Mess Charges

Actual

Total Fee for the candidates from State of Maharashtra is Rs. 1,88,750/- and for others is Rs. 2,15,000/-

Note: Every year there will be an increase of 10% in the Fee Structure. Other fees include Student welfare, Library, Journal, Charges, Moot Court, Seminar, Recreation Facilities, Examination fees and Health security. User Charges include Internet, Online Resources and Reading Materials.