ADARSHA LAW COLLEGE   IS OFFERING 3 COURSES

1.LL.B -3 Years Course – 300 Seats
2.LL.B-5 Years Course  – 80 Seats
3.LL.M -2 years Course  – 40 Seats

Admission Procedure LL.B 3 Years Course: Candidates who are having 45% in the degree course (any degree under 10+2+3 scheme) or in post graduate course are eligible to get admission in LL.B 3 Years course.

A Category seats: (Convener Seats-240 Seats) who have appeared LAW common entrance Test conducted by the state Government and get qualified are eligible for these seats. Seats will be allotted through state wide on-line counseling.

B Category Seats (Management Seats-60 Seats) Who have 45% marks in any Degree (10+2+3 Pattern) are eligible to apply. LAWCET is not required.

SUBJECTS FOR LL.B 3 YEARS COURSE

1.Law of Contract – I
2.Family Law –I
3.Constitutional Law- I
4.Law of Torts including Motor Vehicle Accidents and Consumer Protection Laws
5.Environmental Law

1.Law of Contract – II
2.Family Law – II
3.Constitutional Law – II
4.Law of Crimes
5.Company Law

1.Jurisprudence
2.Property Law
3.Administrative Law
4.Company Law
5.Labour and Industrial Law – I

1.Labour and Industrial Law – II
2.Public International Law
3.Interpretation of Statutes
4.Land Laws
5.Intellectual Property Law

1. Civil Procedure Code and Law of Limitation
2. Criminal Procedure Code, Law of Juvenile Justice and Probation of Offenders
3. Law of Evidence
4. Principles of Taxation Laws
5. Law of Insurance

1. Professional Ethics and professional Accounting System (PT –I)
2. Alternative Dispute Resolution (PT-II)
3. Drafting, Pleadings and Conveyancing (PT-III)
4. Moot Courts, Observation of Trial, Pre-trial Preparations and Internship(PT-IV)
5. International Human Rights Law

LL.B 5 Years Course

Candidates who are having 45% in Intermediate or its equalent are eligible to admission in LL.B 5 years course.
Category A seats / Convener seats (64 seats). candidates who have appeared LAW common entrance Test conducted by the state Government and get qualified are eligible for these seats. Seats will be allotted through state wide on-line counseling.
B Category Seats (Management Seats-16 Seats)
Candidates having 45% marks in Inter are eligible to apply LAWCET is not required.

PAPER I: ENGLISH-I
PAPER II: POLITICAL SCIENCE-I (Concepts and Theories)
PAPER III: ECONOMICS-I (General Principles of Economics)
PAPER IV: SOCIOLOGY-I (Principles of Sociology)

PAPER I: POLITICAL SCIENCE-II (Political Institutions)
PAPER II: POLITICAL SCIENCE-III (Indian Government and Politics)
PAPER III: ECONOMICS- II (Macro Economics)
PAPER IV: SOCIOLOGY II (Indian Society)

PAPER I: ENGLISH – II
PAPER II: POLITICAL SCIENCE –IV (Political Thought)
PAPER III: ECONOMICS-III (Indian Economy)
PAPER IV: SOCIOLOGY-III

PAPER I: POLITICAL SCIENCE-V (Foundations of Political Obligation)
PAPER II: POLITICAL SCIENCE-VI (International Relations)
PAPER III : HISTORY OF COURTS LEGISLATURE AND LEGLA PROFESSION IN INDIA
PAPER IV: LEGAL LANGUAGE AND LEGAL WRITING

Paper-I: LAW OF CONTRACT–I
PAPER-II: FAMILY LAW–I (Hindu Law)
PAPER-III: CONSTITUTIONAL LAW-I
PAPER- IV: LAW OF TORTS INCLUDING MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENTS AND CONSUMER PROTECTION LAWS
PAPER – V: ENVIRONMENTAL LAW

PAPER I: LAW OF CONTRACT – II
PAPER II: FAMILY LAW – II (Muslim Law and Other Personal Laws)
PAPER III: CONSTITUTIONAL LAW – II
PAPER IV: LAW OF CRIMES
PAPER V: COMPANY LAW

PAPER-I: JURISPRUDENCE
PAPER-II: LAW OF PROPERTY
PAPER-III: ADMINISTRATIVE LAW
PAPER-IV: PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW
PAPER-V: LABOUR AND INDUSTRIAL LAW–I

PAPER-I: LABOUR AND INDUSTRIAL LAW-II
PAPER- II: LAW OF BANKING AND NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTS
PAPER-III: INTERPRETATION OF STATUTES
PAPER-IV: LAND LAWS
PAPER-V: INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW

PAPER-I: CIVIL PROCEDURE CODE AND LIMITATION ACT
PAPER-II: CRIMINAL PROCEDURE CODE, LAW OF JUVENILE JUSTICE AND PROBATION OF OFFENDERS
PAPER-III: LAW OF EVIDENCE
PAPER-IV: PRINCIPLES OF TAXATION LAW
PAPER –V: LAW OF INSURANCE

PAPER-I: PROFESSIONAL ETHICS AND PROFESSIONAL ACCOUNTING SYSTEM (Practical Training – I)
PAPER-II: ALTERNATE DISPUTE RESOLUTION (Practical Training – II)
PAPER-III: DRAFTING, PLEADINGS AND CONVEYANCING (Practical Training – III)
PAPER-IV: MOOT COURTS, OBSERVATION OF TRIAL, PRE-TRIAL PREPARATIONS AND INTERNSHIP (Practical Training – IV)
PAPER-V: INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS

L.L.M

This college is offering LL.M in 2 branches
1. Corporate Laws
2. Intellectual Property Rights.

Each branch has 20 seats out of them 16 are convener seats. A Law Graduate qualified through PG LAWCET is eligible for Convener seats in LL.M . A Law graduate with 50% is eligible to get admission in LL.M under management quota . A minimum of 45% of marks are required of SC /ST candidates to get admission in LL.M.1

Subjects

LL.M (Corporate Laws)

1.Legal theory and jurisprudence – I
2.Law and social transformation – II
3.General principles of contract

1.Legal theory and jurisprudence – ii
2.Law and social transformation – ii
3.Special contracts

1.Corporate law – I
2.Law of banking and negotiable instruments
3.Research methodology


1.Corporate law – ii
2.Law of insurance
3.Consumer protection laws
4.Dissertation

LL.M Intellectual property Rights

1.LEGAL THEORY AND JURISPRUDENCE – I
2.LAW AND SOCIAL TRANSFORMATION – I
3.INTRODUCTION TO INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAWS

PAPER – I LEGAL THEORY AND JURISPRUDENCE – II
PAPER – II LAW AND SOCIAL TRANSFORMATION – II
PAPER – III INTERNATIONAL LEGAL REGIME RELATING TO INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS

PAPER – I LAW RELATING TO COPY RIGHT AND NEIGHBORING RIGHTS
PAPER – II LAW RELATING TO PATENTS IN INDIA
PAPER-III RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

PAPER – I LAW RELATING TO TRADE MARKS
PAPER – II INDUSTRIAL DESIGNS AND GEOGRAPHICAL INDICATIONS
PAPER – III INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS AND EMERGING TRENDS
PAPER-IV DISSERTATION.