- Mode: Full time
- Duration: 5 Years
- B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) integrated degree course in law is a five-year course comprising fifty-four papers in ten semesters based on credit and grade system.
- This course is designed in such a way that it fulfills the need and demand of the present day society in general and young lawyers in particular. The 5 yr. integrated B.A., LL. B. (Hons.) (CBCS) Mode is divided into ten semesters. After completion of each semester, there is an examination conducted by the University. The entire course consists 60 subjects and 10 Practical papers of varied nature as desired by Bar Council of India, which is the regulatory body of legal education in India. Besides the conventional subjects, some very contemporary subjects are also included in this curriculum, such as Environmental Law, Intellectual Property Law including Information Technology Act, Human Rights, Law and Medicine, and Insurance Law. The in taking of students in B.A., LL. B.(Hons.) Course is presently 93. The provision of 10 seats for foreign national as supernumerary quota for admission into B.A. LL.B.(H) is under consideration before the University authority.
- The age of the applicant shall not be above 20 years in case of candidates belonging to general category and shall not be above 22 years in case of applicants belonging to Scheduled Caste/scheduled tribe category as on 1st July of the same academic year in which he or she may be seeking admission.
Selection for the admission to the first year B.A. LL. B. (Honours) course is made on the basis of marks obtained in the Higher Secondary or any other equivalent and recognized qualifying examination.
- A student shall be eligible for admission into the semester-I of the B.A. LL.B [Hons] Integrated Degree course in Law Under CBCS Mode if he/she has passed the higher secondary [10+2] examination held by the West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education or any other examination which is recognized by the University as equivalent thereto provided that:
- Such student must have obtained minimum 55% marks in the aggregate in the qualifying examination; persons belonging to scheduled caste and scheduled tribe shall be eligible to apply if they secure at least 50% marks in the qualifying examination. Such a student has not passed any other examination higher than the 10+2 examination mentioned above prior to seeking admission into the course.