Master of Law (LL.M.) under the School of Public Policy and Law in the University is a highly sought after programme. The syllabus is quite comprehensive and has sufficient depth to enable the students to gather knowledge and competency in the subject. Broadly, the syllabus includes Legal Theory, Constitutional Law of India: The New Challenges, Legal Research Methodology, Theory of Legislation, Law and Social Transformation in India and so on.
LL.M. is a two year (4 semesters) Mater Degree Programme in Law. The products of this course would be suitable not only in the world of academics but also in organisations dealing with Government policies. Because of their practical learning, NGOs, financial organisations, cooperatives would be ready to pick up LL.M. products as legal staff. Further, to facilitate students for entry into academics, the syllabus has been designed as per the requirement of UGC-NET.
The Candidates must have passed the Bachelor degree with 50% marks from any recognized university.
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