Centre of Post Graduate Legal Studies

About Department

Centre of Post Graduate Legal Studies was established under School for Legal Studies in 2013 started functioning from the session 2013-14 to offer One Year LL.M. Degree as per UGC Guidelines .The intake is 20.The teaching is done by the senior faculty members of Department of Human Rights and Department of Law under School for Legal Studies. Presently Three Group i.e. Constitutional law and Administrative Law, Corporate and Commercial Law and Intellectual Comparative Law are running in the Centre. The object of the course is to promote good academicians, corporate lawyers and Masters in International principles. The Students of the centre are also benefitted by the special lectures delivered by visiting faculties, guest faculties and internal faculties.

Course Name One Year LL.M.
Duration 1 Year (2 Semester)
Intake 20

Course Structure for One Year LL.M.

School Name: School for Legal Studies

Department Name: Centre of Post Graduate Legal Studies

Course Name: One Year LL.M.

  • Semester - I
    The first term shall have the following two foundational/compulsory papers of three credits each and three papers of two credits each from the areas of specialization
    • Course Code Course Title Lectures per week TutorialPer week SeminarPer week Research Per week Total Number of credits
      PGLCP1 Research methods and Legal Writing 3 01 2 Hours 6 Hours 3
      PGLCP2 Comparative Public Law/System of Governance 3 1 2 Hours 6 Hours 3
      PGL CA/CCL/IC Optional 1 2 1 3 Hours 8 Hours 2
      PGL CA/CCL/IC Optional 2 2 1 3 Hours 2 2
      PGL CA/CCL/IC Optional 3 2 1 3 Hours 8 Hours 2
      • Semester - II
        The second term shall have the following two foundational/compulsory papers of three credits each and three papers of two credits each from the areas of specialization
        • Course Code Course Title Lectures per week TutorialPer week SeminarPer week Research Per week Total Number of credits
          PGL CP3 Law and Justice in a Globalising world 3 01 2 Hours 6 Hours 3
          PGL CP4 Dissertation&Viva-Voce 3 1 2 Hours 6 Hours 3
          PGL CA/CCL/IC Optional 4 2 1 3 Hours 8 Hours 2
          PGL CA/CCL/IC Optional 5 2 1 3 Hours 2 2
          PGL CA/CCL/IC Optional 6 2 1 3 Hours 8 Hours 2
          Dissertation:
        • The selection and registration of the topics of dissertation shall start after Home Tests of First Semester. The submission of the dissertation shall be at the end of the Teaching of Second Semester
        • (The total credit for the One Year LL.M. Degree Programme will be 24 credits)
        • The CPGLS has following Foundational/Compulsory and Optional / Specialisation papers from which a student can choose his / her area of Specialisation. However, the Optional / Specialisation shall be offered only if minimum required number of students opts for it
        • Foundational /Compulsory Papers (3 credits each)
        • PGL CP 1 Research Methods and Legal Writing
        • PGL CP 2 Comparative Public Law/System of Governance
        • PGL CP 3 Law and Justice in a Globalising World
        • PGL CP 4 Dissertation &Viva-Voce
        • Optional/Specialisation Papers (2 credits each)
        • PGL IC 1 LL.M. (International and Comparative Law)
        • PGL IC 1:01 International Humanitarian Law
        • PGL IC 1:02 International Human Rights Law
        • PGL IC 1:03 Environmental Law
        • PGL IC 1:04 Global Administrative Law
        • PGL IC 1:05 International Criminal Law
        • PGL IC 1:06 Comparative Law
        • PGL IC 1:07 International Organizations
        • PGL IC 1:08 International Dispute Settlement
        • PGL IC 1:09 Law International Economic Law
        • PGL IC 1:10 Public International Law
        • PGL IC 1:11 Conflict of Laws/Private International Law
        • PGL IC 1:12 AIR and Space Law
        • PGL CA 2 LL.M. (Constitutional and Administrative Law)
        • PGL CA 2:01 Fundamental Rights and Directive
        • PGL CA 2:02 Administrative Law
        • PGL CA 2:03 Local Self-Government & Federal Governance
        • PGL CA 2:04 Right to Information Law
        • PGL CA 2:05 Centre-State Relations and Constitutional Governance
        • PGL CA 2:06 Judicial Review and Judicial Activism
        • PGL CA 2:07 Education Law
        • PGL CA 2:08 Minorities Law
        • PGL LG 3 LL.M. (Law and Governance)
        • PGL LG 3:01 Media Law
        • PGL LG 3:02 Election Law
        • PGL LG 3:03 Health Law
        • PGL LG 3:04 Law of Poverty
        • PGL LG 3:05 Food Security Law
        • PGL LG 3:06 Lokpal Law
        • PGL LG 3:07 Law Against Corruption
        • PGL LG 3:08 Law on Right to Work
        • PGL LG 3:09 Land Acquisition Law
        • PGL LPR 4 LL.M. (Legal Pedagogy and Research)
        • PGL LPR 4:01 Law and Development
        • PGL LPR 4:02 Ideas of Justice and Justice Education
        • PGL LPR 4:03 Educational Psychology and Adult Learning
        • PGL LPR 4:04 Curriculum Planning and Teaching Plans Development
        • PGL LPR 4:05 Legal Clinics and Clinical Methodology
        • PGL LPR 4:06 Supervision and Evaluation of Student Performance
        • PGL LPR 4:07 Co-curricular Programmes and Law School Management
        • PGL LPR 4:08 Legal Research and Writing
        • PGL LPR 4:09 Copyright Law and Promotion of Scholarship
        • PGL LPR 4:10 Science, Technology and Law
        • PGL LPR 4:11 Legal Profession and Social Justice
        • PGL FSL 5 LL.M. (Family and Social Security Law)
        • PGL FSL 5:01 Law relating to Marriage and Separation
        • PGL FSL 5:02 Uniform Civil Code
        • PGL FSL 5:03 Law of Inheritance and Succession
        • PGL FSL 5:04 Child Rights and Protection
        • PGL FSL 5:05 Religion and Family Law
        • PGL FSL 5:06 Labour and Employment Law
        • PGL FSL 5:07 Rights of Women and their Protection
        • PGL FSL 5:08 Agriculture and Rural Development Law
        • PGL FSL 5:09 Disaster Management law
        • PGL CSL 6 LL.M. (Criminal and Security Law)
        • PGL CSL 6:01 Criminology and Criminal Justice Administration
        • PGL CSL 6:02 Victimology
        • PGL CSL 6:03 Criminal Justice and Human Rights
        • PGL CSL 6:04 National Security and Regional Co-operation
        • PGL CSL 6:05 International Criminal Law
        • PGL CSL 6:06 Police Law and Administration
        • PGL CSL 6:07 Sentences and Sentencing
        • PGL CSL 6:08 Corporate Crimes/White Collar Crimes
        • PGL CCL 7 LL.M. (Corporate and Commercial Law)
        • PGL CCL 7:01 Intellectual Property Law
        • PGL CCL 7:02 Company Law
        • PGL CCL 7:03 International Trade Law
        • PGL CCL 7:04 Banking and Insurance Law
        • PGL CCL 7:05 Investment Law
        • PGL CCL 7:06 Cyber Law
        • PGL CCL 7:07 Competition Law
        • PGL CCL 7:08 Bankruptcy Law
        • PGL CCL 7:09 Laws on Securities and Financial Markets
        • PGL CCL 7:10 Corporate Social Responsibility
        • PGL CCL 7:11 Labour/Employment Law
        • PGL CCL 7:12 Infrastructure Law