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B.A., LL.B.(Hons.)
 
 
Admissions
 
Admission to the First Year of the 5-Year B.A., LL.B. (Hons.) Degree Programme is made strictly on merit, based on a Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) at different Centres across the country. NLSIU-Bangalore, NALSAR-Hyderabad, NLIU-Bhopal, NUJS-Kolkata, NLU-Jodhpur, HNLU-Raipur and GNLU-Ahmedabad have come together to conduct Common Law Admission Test. Further details regarding the Admission Test is made available at http://www.clat.ac.in
 
Eligibility and Admission Procedure

To be eligible for admission, a candidate should have passed the 10 + 2 or equivalent examination with not less than 50% marks in the aggregate (45% in case of reserved categories, i.e., S.C. / S.T./ Persons with Disability) and should not be more than 20 years of age as on July 1, 2011 (22 years in case of S.C. / S.T. / Persons with Disability).
To be eligible for seats reserved under NALSAR (Amendment) Act No. 6 of 2010 for “Resident Students of Andhra Pradesh”, a candidate should be a Resident Student of A.P. and should have passed the qualifying examination from any educational institution in Andhra Pradesh and should secure appropriate rank in order of merit in the Common Law Admission Test-2011.

Statute-V provides that “Resident Student of Andhra Pradesh” means:

  • a student who or any one of his parents has resided in the State of Andhra Pradesh for a period of at least four years; or
  • a student who has studied in any one of the educational institutions in the State of Andhra Pradesh for a period of not less than four years leading to the qualifying examination.

Intake and Reservation

The total number of seats to be filled in through CLAT-2011 is 70 (SEVENTY) with the following distribution across various Categories:

Category

TOTAL Seats Category-wise

No. of seats for
All India candidates

Number of seats for Resident Students of A.P.

General

52

41   

11  

Scheduled Caste (15%)

11

09    

02   

Scheduled Tribe (7.5%)

05

04    

01 

Persons with Disability (3%)

02

02  

--  

Women Reservation

30% HORIZONTAL

TOTAL SEATS

70

56

14

If a Resident Student of Andhra Pradesh qualifies for admission in the regular merit of all India CLAT-2011, he / she shall be considered against the All India Seat only and not against A.P. Quota Seat. If no candidate is available against the Seats reserved for Resident Students of Andhra Pradesh, such Seats shall be added to the relevant Categories under All India Quota.

The unfilled Seats reserved for Scheduled Caste candidates are assigned to Scheduled Tribe candidates and vice-versa. If sufficient eligible SC and ST candidates are not available to fill such Seats, they are reallocated to General Category candidates in order of CLAT merit. The vacant Seats of Persons with Disability Category shall be offered to the All India General Category Candidates only in order of CLAT-2011merit.

Direct Admission

TEN Seats are allocated to Foreign Nationals. Only such candidates who possess citizenship of a country other than India shall be considered under this Category. Foreign Nationals need not take CLAT-2011 and shall apply direct to NALSAR. The vacant Seats of Foreign National Category shall be offered to the All India General Category Candidates only in order of CLAT-2011 merit.

REVISED FEE STRUCTURE Applicable from the Academic Year 2013-14 for B.A.,LL.B.(Hons.)

FEE Notification for 2nd year LL.B.

FEE Notification for 3rd year LL.B.

FEE Notification for 4th year LL.B.

FEE Notification for 5th year LL.B.

 


Course Structure

SEMESTER – I
   
Code and Course
Credits
Marks
1.1 Legal Methods
4
100
1.2 Law of Torts
3
100
1.3 English I
3
100
1.4 History I
3
100
1.5 Political Science I
3
100
 
SEMESTER – II
Code and Course
Credits
Marks
2.1 Law of Contracts I
4
100
2.2 Sociology I
3
100
2.3 Family Law I
3
100
2.4 History II
3
100
2.5 Political Science II
3
100
 
SEMESTER – III
Code and Course
Credit
Marks
3.1 Law of Contracts II
3
100
3.2 Sociology II
3
100
3.3 Economics I
3
100
3.4 Criminal Law I
3
100
3.5 Family Law II
4
100
SEMESTER – IV
Code and Course
Credits
Marks
4.1 Criminal Law II
3
100
4.2 English II
3
100
4.3 Economics II
3
100
4.4 Property Law
3
100
4.5 Law and Poverty
3
100
 
SEMESTER – V
Code and Course
Credits
Marks
5.1 Jurisprudence I
4
100
5.2 Constitutional Law I
3
100
5.3 Administrative Law
3
100
5.4 Civil Procedure Code and Law of Limitation
3
100
5.5 Law of Evidence
4
100
   
SEMESTER – VI
Code and Course
Credits
Marks
6.1 Jurisprudence II
3
100
6.2 Constitutional Law II
4
100
6.3 International Law
3
100
6.4 Labour Law I
3
100
6.5 Clinic I (Alternative Dispute Resolution)
6
100
 
SEMESTER – VII
Code and Course
Credits
Marks
7.1 Intellectual Property Law
4
100
7.2 Environment Law (including Laws for the protection of theWild Life and other Living Creatures including Animal Welfare)
4
100
7.3 Corporate Law I
3
100
7.4 Labour Law II
3
100
7.5 Judicial Process and Statutory Interpretation
3
100
 
SEMESTER – VIII
Code and Course
Credits
Marks
8.1 Banking & Finance
3
100
8.2 Taxation I
3
100
8.3 Insurance
3
100
8.4 Clinic II (Trial & Appellate Advocacy and Drafting, Pleading & Conveyancing)
6
100
8.5 Corporate Law II
3
100
 
SEMESTER – IX
Code and Course
Credits
Marks
9.1 International Trade Law
3
100
9.2 Taxation II
3
100
9.3 Clinic III (Legal aid and Para Legal Services)
6
100
9.4 Seminar Course I
6
100
9.5 Seminar Course II
6
100
   
SEMESTER – X
Code and Course
Credits
Marks
10.1 Human Rights, International Humanitarian Law and Refugee Laws
4
100
10.2 Consurmer Laws
3
100
10.3 Private International Law
3
100
10.4 Clinic IV (Court attendance, diary and Professional Ethics)
6
100
10.5 Seminar Course III
6
100



 
 
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