The University offers LL.M. One-Year Degree in five different specializations i.e. (1) Corporate and Commercial Laws; (2) Intellectual Property Laws; (3) Constitutional Law; and (4) Personal Laws; and (5) Energy and Telecommunication Laws. It reserves the right to expand the number of specializations and offer the specialization(s) subject to the availability of faculty, in any given academic year.
One-Year LL.M. Course Curriculum
The Course Curriculum will have the following compulsory papers: Research Methods and
Legal Writing; Comparative Public Law / System of Governance; and Law and Justice in a
Globalizing World. They will also have to write a Dissertation and face a Viva-Voce.
The admission shall exclusively be based on the performance of the candidate in the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT).
An LL.B Degree or an equivalent examination with a minimum of Fifty five percent (55%) of marks or its equivalent grade in case of candidates belonging to General/OBC/PWD/NRI/PIO/OCI categories and Fifty percent (50%) of marks or its equivalent grade in case of candidates belonging to SC/ST categories.
Candidates appearing in the qualifying examination in April/May 2019 are also eligible to apply.
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