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Department of Legal Studies
 
Dean : Dr. A.K. Gautam
Head of the Department / Coordinator  : Dr. K.K.Mittal
Phone No. Mobile                                           : 9358420211
Year of Establishment : 2003   
LL.M. 2003 and B.A.,LL.B. from 2005

Discription Name Qulaifications Specializations Email Resume
Lecturer Ms. Kapila Raghav LL.M.(MercantileLaw), PGDBMPursuing LL.D  Available Resume
Lecturer Mrs Manjula Kapahi M.A English Email Not Available Resume
Lecturer Smt Meena Sharma LL.M., Retd. Meerut College Meerut Available Resume
Lecturer Shri Vivek Kumar LL.M. Business Law, (II rank holder) DRTM, Pursuing LL.D Available Resume
Lecturer Shri Avdhesh Pratap LL.M., (Mercantile Law) Pursuing LL.D Available Resume
Lecturer Dr. Manoj Malik L.L.D Email Not Available Resume
Lecturer Dr.Yogendra Kumar LL.M. (Business Law)
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Lecturer Smt. Sudheshna LLM. NET. Available Resume
  Shri Brajesh Kumar LLM. NET. Email Not Available Resume
  Dr.Pravesh Kumari M.A.(Gold Madilist),
M Phil (Gold Madilist), Ph.d.
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  Dr. Dhanpal Singh MA, M.Phil. Ph.D. Email Not Available Resume
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Programmes / Classes:    
B.A.,LL.B. and LL.M.
 
Duration:
B.A.,LL.B. 10 Semesters in 5 Years for and 04 Semester in 2 Years for LL.M.
 
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Self Finance Course for Regular and self finance course:
 
Eligibility Candidates: 
For B.A., LL.B. Higher School or Inter pass with 45% of marks In LL.M.  B.A.,LL.B. and LL.B. with 50% of marks
 
Intake (Number of Seats):
B.A., LL.B. 80 (Eighty) and LL.M. 50 (Fifty)
 
 
Courses Offered:-
LL.M. Two years (Four Semesters)


Specialization in:-

Banking
Business Law                  I. P.R.
                                         Insurance
                                        Corporate Finance   
                                         History and Principles of criminal law

Criminal Law                   Penology and Treatment of Offenders
                                        Crime & Women
                                        Police and the Criminal Justice

Syllabus
L.L.M. Ist Semester
Course I (L-101) “Constitutional Law Of India”
  • Nature of Indian Constitution
  • Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles of State Policy their relationship.
  • Independence of Judiciary
  • State Liability-Tortious
  • Legislative Relations between Centre and State
  • Freedom of Trade, Commerce and Intercourse
  • Parliamentary Privileges
  • Election Commission
  • Emergency Provisions in Indian Constitution
  • Amendment of the Constitution
 
Recommended Books:
1. Constitution of India                                                          V.N. Shukla
2. Constitution of India                                                           M.P. Jain
3. Constitution of India                                                           D.D. Basu
4. Constitutional Law of India                                                H.M. Seerval
5. Indian Constitution                                                             Kagzi, M. C. Jain
6. Modern Constitutions                                                         Wheare, K. C.
7. Federal Government                                                          K.C. Where
8. Framing India’s Constitution                                                Shiva Rao
9. Making of Indian Constitution                                              Banerjee AC
10. Some Insights into Fundamental Rights                            Tripathi P. K.
11. Constitution in the Making                                                 B. N. Rao
12. Federalism and Frictions in Centre-State Relations          K. L. Bhatiya
13. Basic Structure and Constitutional Amendments             A. Lakshminath
14. Amending Powers and Constitutional Amendments         Diwan, P.
15. Reconstitution of the Constitution of India                         Sharma, K.
16. Reservation Justice to OBC’S                                           Prasad, A.
17. The Constitution of India                                                    Grover, V.
 
Course II (L-102) “Jurisprudence”
  • Nature and Scope of Jurisprudence
  • Schools of Law:  Analytical School, Historical School, Sociological

School, Realist School, Economic School, Natural Law School.

  • Sources of Law:                 Customs, Precedent. Legislation 
  • Theories of Justice:
  • Concepts of Law:               Rights and Duties, Liability, Possession,

Ownership, Person, Property

  • Law and Morality:
 
Recommended Books:
Jurisprudence                                                 Dias
Legal Theory                                                   Friedmen, W.
Law in a Changing Society                             Friedmen, W.
A Text Book of Jurisprudence                        Paton, G. W.
Province and Function of law                         Stone, Julius
Introduction to the Philosophy of Law            Rascoe Pound
Concept of Law                                              Hart, HLA
Law in the Making                                           Allen C.K.
Jurisprudence and Legal theory                     Dwivedi, S.P.
Jurisprudence                                                 Tripathi, B N M
Jurisprudence & Legal Theory                        V. D. Mahajan
 
Course III (L-103) “Legislative Oughts ,Interpretation & Judicial Process”

1.  Principles of Legislation:          Bentham’s Theory of Utility and its
Relevance, Relationship of Law and Public Opinion.

2.  Interpretation:  Meaning, Purpose, Main Rules of Interpretation, Subsidiary Rules of Interpretation, External and Internal Rules of Interpretation, Interpretation of the Constitution and Penal statutes

3.   Judicial Process: Nature of Judicial Process, Notion Of Judicial Review Judicial Role in Adjudication Judicial Law Making and Judicial Activism

 
Recommended Books:
Law and Public Openion             Dicey, A.V.
Theories Of Legislation               Bentham
Nature Of Judicial Process         Cardozo
Judicial Process                          Henry J. Abraham
Interpretation                               Maxwell
Statute Law                                Craise W. F.
Interpretation                               J. Swaroop
LL.M. IInd Semester
Course IV (L-201) “Administrative Law”
  • Nature and Scope of Administrative Law and Reasons of its Growth & Development.
  • Administrative Action
  • Delegated Legislation and its Control
  • Administrative Discretion and Restraints on Discretionary Powers.
  • Principles of Natural Justice
  • Administrative Tribunals and their Control
  • Public Corporations
  • Ombudsman
 
Recommended Books:
Judicial Review of Adm. Action                                             A. T. Marcose
Comparative Administrative Law                                           D.D.Basu
Administrative Law                                                                Wade & Philips
Judicial Review of Adm. Action                                             D. Smith
Cases and Materials on Administrative
Law in India                                                                           Indian Law Institute Publication
Judicial Control of Administrative in India,
Pak. And Bangla Desh                                                           M. A. fazal
Administrative Law                                                                M.C. Jain, Kagzi
Principles of Adm. Law                                                          Jain & Jain
Administrative Law                                                                S.P.Sathe
Administrative Law                                                                 I. P. Massey
General Principles of Constitutional
and Administrative Law                                                          Alder  
 
Course V (L-202) “Family Law- A Comparative Study”
Nature and Concept of marriage in Hindu and Muslim Law.
Essentials and Kinds of Marriage in Hindu and Muslim Law.
Restitution of Conjugal rights
Judicial separation
Divorce under Hindu and Muslim Law
Adoption Under Hindu and Muslim Law
Maintenance under Hindu and Muslim Law
Succession and Inheritance under Hindu and Muslim Law
Uniform Civil Code
 
Recommended Books:
1. Principles of Hindu Law                                                 D.F Mulla
2. Hindu Law                                                                      Paras Diwan
3. Hindu Law of Marriage and Divorce                              Jaspal Singh
4. An Introduction to Modern Hindu Law                            J.D.M. Deret
5. Hindu Law and the Constitution                                      A.M. Bhattacharya
6. Principles of Mohammedan Law                                     D.F. Mulla
7. Muslim Law                                                                     Paras Diwan
8. Outlines of Mohammedan Law                                        Fyzee
9. Mohammedan Law                                                          Tyabjee
10. Mohammedan Law                                                        Amir Ali
11. Muslim Law of Marriage and Divorce                            M.A. Qureshi
12. Muslim Law of Marriage and Succession                      Kader
13. Uniform Civil Code                                                          M. S. Ratnaparkhi
14. Uniform Civil Code                                                          Kiran Deshta
15. Hindu Law                                                                      Reghavachariar
 
Course VI (L -203) “Legal Education & Research Methodology”
Objective of Legal Education
Lecture Method of Teaching-merits and Demerits
The Problem Method
Discussion Method and its suitability at postgraduate Level Teaching
The Seminar Method Teaching
Examination system and Problem of Evaluation
Students Participation in Law school Programmes
Clinical Legal Education, Legal Aid, Literacy, Legal Survey and Law Reform
 
Research Methods:
Sociologal Research, Doctrinal and non- Doctrinal, Relevance of Empirical Research Induction and Deduction.

Identification of Problem of Research: What is Research problem, Survey of available Literature Legislative  materials, Decisional material, Juristic writings.

Preparation of the Research Design: Formulation of Research Problem, Devising tools and Techniques for collection of data, Methods for collection of statutory and case materials and juristic Literature use of historical and comparative research materials, use of observation studies, use of questionnaires/interview, use of case studies, sampling procedures-design of sample, types of sampling, use of scaling techniques, Computerised Research – a study of Legal programmes, classification and ablation of data, Analysis of data.
 
Recommended Books:
1. Legal Education in India:                                          S.K. Agarwal
2. Handbook of Clinical Legal Education:                     N.R. Madhava Menon
3. Effective Legal Research:                                       M.O. Price, H. Bitner and Bysiening
4. Scientific Social Survey and Research:                   P.V. Young
5. Methods of Social Research:                                   William J. Grade & P.K. Hatt
6. A Guide to Legal Research:                                     E.C. Surrency, B. Fieff and J.Crea
7. Legal Research in nutshell:                                      Morris L. Cohan
8. Legal Research and Methodology:                           I.L.I. Publication 

 
LL.M IInd Year IIIrd Semester CRIMINAL LAW GROUP COURSE VII (L-301) “History and Principles of criminal law”
1. History and Development of Criminal law in India and England:
2. Crime and criminal law: - Nature of crime & place of criminal law in criminal science:
3. Basic Elements of Crime:
4. Stages in Commission of Crime:
5. Constructive Joint Criminality:
6. Abetment and Criminal Conspiracy:
7. General Exceptions:
 
Recommended Books
(1)        Outlines of Criminal law                                   Kenny
(2)        History of Criminal law in England                   J.F.Stephen     
(3)        General Principles of Crime.                            Jerome Hall
(4)        Principles & Practices of Criminal law             Harrie
(5)        Law of Crimes                                                 Ratan Lal         
(6)        Principles of Criminal law                                 R.C.Nigam
(7)        History of English Criminal Law                       Radzinowicz
(8)        Criminal Law                                                    G. Williams
(9)        Law of Crimes                                                 Russel
 
Course -VIII (L-302)  “Penology and Treatment of Offenders”
 
(A)       Ancient and Medieval Concept of Treatment Offenders:
(1)        Primitive Treatment of Offenders.
(2)        Transportation of Criminals
(3)        Capital Punishment.
 
(B)       Era of Reform: - Emergence of Concept of Imprisonment:
(1)        Reforms in Criminal law.
(2)        Genesis and development of Penitentiary.
(3)        Appraisal of Conventional Imprisonment
(4)        County Jails and Town lock-up
(5)        Correctional Treatment for women
(6)        Rise of Reformatory
 
(C)       Rehabilitative Process with in the Framework of Imprisonment :
(1)        Emergence of the Concept of Corrections.
(2)        The Processing of the Convicted offenders by the Prison.
(3)        Education and Religion Behind Bars.
(4)        Self Government in Prison.
(5)        Prison Visiting, Citizen Participation and inmate Contribution to Society.
(6)        Inmate Labour in Correctional Program.
 
(D)       Resocialsation  of Offenders in Community :
(1)       Release and Reception of the criminal in Community.
(2)       Suspended Sentences and Probation.
(3)       Conditional Release and Parole.
(4)       The Challenge of Delinquency and Crime.
 
Recommended Books:
  • Punishment.                                            Fitzgerald
  • Punishment & Responsibility.                  H.L.A Hart       
  • Rationale of Punishment.                        Oppenheimer
  • Limits of Criminal Sanction                      Iterbert L. Packer
  • On Guilt, Responsibility & Punishment    A. Ross
  • Sociology of Deviant Behavior               K.S.Shukla      
  • Criminology                                             A.Siddiqui
  • Background of Indian Criminal Law.      T.K.Banerji
  • Horizons of New Criminology                Barnes and Teeters
  • Criminology                                            Sutherland
  • The Crime Problem                                 Waltr, C. Recdlss
 
Course -IX (L-303) “Crime & Women”
  • Crime Relating to women- Historical retrospect
  • Obscenity & Indecent Representation of Women
  • Female Feticide and Female Infanticide
  • Prostitution
  • Rape
  • Dowry Deaths
  • Domestic Violence
  • Sexual Harassment at Workplaces
  • Reasons of Crime Causation and their Solution.
 
Recommended Books :
(1)        Gender Justice- Women and Law in India
(2)        Dowry Death
(3)        Empowerment of women
(4)        Immoral Traffic (Prevention) Act, 1956
(5)        Law Relating to Sexual Harassment at workplaces
(6)        Law of Domestic Violence
(7)        Crime against Women
(8)        Women and the Law 
(9)        A History of Pornography
(10)      Crime and Sex in Ancient India
(11)      Crime against Women
(12)      Obscenity and Public Morality 
(13)      Sexual Harassment
(14)      Women, Crime & Criminal Justice
(15)      Violence against Women
(16)      The Law of Obscenity
(17)      The Secret oppression: Sexual Harassment of working women
(18)      Sexual Victimization
(19)      Penal Law of India  
(20)      Legal Status and Remedies for women in India
(21)      Justice for women
(22)      Law of Crime 
(23)      Law of Crime
(24)      Law of Crime 
(25)      The Position of Women in Hindu Civilization
(26)      To the Women
(27)      Women and Social Injustice
(28)      Violence Against women
(29)      Status of Women in India
Monika Chawla
Vinay Sharma
Gour
B.R. Beotra
Indira Jaising
Indira Jaising
R.N. Chaudhary
G.B. Ready
H.M. Hyde
S. Banerjee
J.P. Atray
Clor
Hazel Houghton James
A. Morris
S. Sood
A.K. Sarkar
Black house and Cohen
J.D. West
H.S.Gour
Roma Mukherjee
Justic A.S. Anand
Justic V.V. Raghvan
Ejaj
Ratan Lal Dhiraj Lal
A.S. Altekar
Mahatma Gandhi
M.K. Gandhi
M.K. Roy
 Indu Menen
 
LL.M IInd Year
IIIrd Semester BUSINESS LAW GROUP
Course -VII L-(304) “Banking Law”       
  • Law Relating to Banking Companies in India: -Controls by Govt. & its Agencies:- On management, On Accounts & Audit, Lending, Credit policy. – Reconstruction & Reorganization, Suspension & Winding up. – Contract between Banker & Customer. – Their Rights & Duties.
  • Social Control over Banking: – Nationalisation, Evaluation – Private Ownership, Nationalisation & Disinvestments – Protection of Depositors – Priority Lending, - Promotion of Underprivileged Classes.
  • Deposit Insurance:– The Deposit of Insurance Corp. Act 1961: Objects & Reasons.-  Establishment of Capital of DIC – Registration of Banking Companies – Insured Banks – DIC & Reserve Bank of India.
  • Central Bank:–  Characteristics & Functions – Economic & Social Objectives – Central Bank & the State as Bankers Bank – Reserve Bank of India as the Central Bank– Functions of the RBI, control of RBI on Financial Companies & Non-Financial Companies.
  • Regulation of Bankers & Customers-Legal Character. -  Bankers Lien, Protection of Bankers & Customers, Banking Duty to Customers .
  • Negotiable Instruments:- Meaning & kinds, Negotiability.- Holder & Holder in Due Course, Presentment & Payment .– Liabilities of Parties.
  • Recent Trends of Banking systems in India New Technology- Information Technology- Automation and Legal Aspect. – ATM’s & use of Internet- Smart card- use of Expert Systems & Credit Cards.
  • Reforms in Indian Banking Law:-Recommendation of  Committees- A Review.
 
Recommended Books:
Paget’s Law of Banking                                                           M. Hapgood (ed)
Commercial Law                                                                      R. Good
Principles of Banking Law                                                       R. Cranston
The Law of Banking and Bankers                                           L.C. Goyal
Tannan’s Banking Law and Practice in India                           M.L. Tannan
Banking Therory and Practice                                                  K.C. Sharma
Banking Law                                                                            M. Dassesse, S.Isaacs and G. Pen, E.C.
Banking Reforms in India                                                          K. Suberamanyan
Report of working Group on Customer Service in Banks
Janakiraman Committee Report on Securities Operation of Banks and Financial Institution (1993)
Narasaiumham Committee Report on Financial System Second Report (1999)
 
Course-VIII (L-305) “Law of Industrial & Intellectual Property”
  • I.P.R and International Perspectives
  • Trademarks and consumer Protection (study of UNCTAD report on the subject).
  • Legal Regime of unfair Trade Practices and Intellectual Industrial property
  • United Nations approaches (UNTAD, UNCITRAL)
  • EEC Approaches
  • Indian Situation
Select Aspects of the law of copyright in India : Historical evolution of the law, Meaning of Copyright. Copyright in Literary, Dramatic & Musical Works – Copyright in Sound Records & Cinematograph Films – Copyright in Computer Programme – Ownership of Copyright, Assignment of Copyright – Authors Special Rights – Notion of Infringement – Criteria of Infringement – Infringement of Copyright by Films of Literary and Dramatic Works – Importation of Infringement  - Fair use Provisions – Piracy in Internet – Aspects of Copyright Justice – Remedies – Specially the possibility of Anton pillar Injunctive relief in India.
Trade Marks: Concept of Trade Mark and Service Marks, Nature and Functions, Protection of Trade Marks as an aspect of Commercial and Consumer rights, Role in Economic Development, Registered and Unregistered Marks, Distinction between Trade Mark and Property Mark, Protection of Well known Marks –Collective Marks, Passing off and Infringement, Criteria of Infringement, Remedies, International Conventions and Treaties on Trade Marks.Patents: Concept and Meaning of Patent, Patentable Inventions, Process and Product Patents, Inventive steps- Novelty; Industrial application- Utility, Inventions not Patentable.
New forms- Patents in Biotechnology and in Computer Program
Process for obtaining Patents- Priority dates, Application for Patent- True and First Inventor, Particulars of Application, Examination, Opposition and Sealing of Patents
Procedure for Filing Patents. Foreign applications, International applications under Patent Cooperation Treaty, Specifications, Disclosure of Invention, Drafting of Claims. Grounds for Opposition- Problem of limited locus stand to oppose in relation to inventions having potential of Ecological & Mass disasters, Wrongfully Obtaining the Invention. Grant of Patents, Rights of Patentee, Grant and Sealing of Patents, Term of Patent, Exclusive Marketing Rights.
Working and Transfer of Patents: Assignment, General Principles applicable to working of Patented inventions, Licenses-Voluntary and Compulsory, Revocation of Patent for non working, use and acquisition of inventions by central government, Surrender of Patents, Transfer of Technology, know-how & problem of self reliant development.
Special Problems of Proof of Infringement : State of Intellectual Property in Transit- TRIPS obligation –Indian Position, The Evidentiary Problems in action of Passing off, The Proof of non-anticipation, Novelty of inventions protection Patent Law, Evidentiary Problems in Privacy – TRIPS obligation, Need and scope of Law Reforms.

 
Recommended Books:
A.K.Koul & V.K.Ahuja, ed.,The Law of Intellectual Property Rights:In Prospects and Retrospects,2001
Bibek Debroy, ed., Intellectual Property Rights-Rajiv Ghandhi Foundation
B.L.Wadhera, Patents, Trade Marks & Copyrights, Universal 2006
D.P.Mittal, Indian Patents Law and Procedure, 2002
P.Narayanan, Intellectual Property:Eastern Law House,Calcutta
P.S.Sangal & Kishor Singh, Indian Patent System & Paris Convention:Legal Perspective
W.R.Cornish, Intellectual Property: Patents, Trade Marks, Copyright and allied rights,Universal,2001
UIF Anderfell, International Patent Legislation & Developing Countries,1971
Ashwani Kr.Bansal, Law of Trade Marks in India,2003
B.L.Wadhera, Patents, Trade Marks, & Copyrights, Universal, 2006
P.Narayanan, Trade Marks and Passing off, 2001-2004
Kerley’s Law of Trade Marks and Trade Names
Matadin, Passing off and Infringement of Trade Marks
W.R.Cornish, Intellectual Property:Universal,2001
A.K.Koul and V.K.Ahuja, The Law of Copyright from Guttenberg’s invention to the Internet, Faculty of Law, University of Delhi 2001
K.Thairani, Copyright:The Indian Experience
I.P. Cooper, Biotechnology and Law (1998)
Carios M.Correa (ed) Intellectual Property  and International Trade Christoher wadlow, The Law of Passing off- Sweet & Maxwell.
 
Course-IX (L-306) “Insurance Law”
  • General History & Development, Nature of Insurance Contract, Definition, Various kinds of Insurance, Proposal, Policy, Parties, Consideration need & Importance Contract of Insurance.
  • General Principals of the law of Insurance Risk, Commencement, Assignment, Need for utmost Good faith, Insurable Interest, Subrogation , Indemnity, Double Insurance & Re-insurance, Proximate course.
  • State Control of Insurance Business (Indian Insurance Law), Insurance Act, 1938 IRDA, 1999.
  • Life Insurance: Nature & Scope, Event insured against life Insurance Contract, Circumstances affecting the risk, Amount recoverable under life policy, Person entitled to stay out Settlement of Claim & payment of money life Insurance Corporation Act,  
  • Marine Insurance:   Nature & Scope, Classification of Marine Policy, the Marine Insurance Act, 1963.
  • Fire Insurance:
  • Insurance against Third Party Risks: Scope and nature of motor insurance, compulsory insurance of motor vehicle, motor accidents claims tribunals. The motor vehicle Act,1988, other types of insurance Miscellaneous Insurance-liability Insurance, Employees State Insurance, Public liability Insurance Fidelity insurance, Aviation Employees liability Insurance.
 
 IVth Semester
CRIMINAL LAW GROUP
Course-X L-(401)“Privileged Class Deviance“
Conceptions of white collar crime. Indian approaches to social, Economic offences. - Notions of Privileged class deviance as providing a wider categorization of understanding Indian development – official deviance:- (By Legislator, Judge, bureaucrats & police administration) Professional deviance:- (Journalists, Teachers, Doctors, Lawyers, Engineers, Architects & Publishers. – Gender based aggression by socially, Economically & Politically powerful. – Police deviance. – Deviance on electoral process.
 
Course-XI (L-402) “Police and the Criminal Justice”

(1)        The Police system.
(2)        Structural organisation of police at the Centre and the States.
(3)        Powers and Duties of Police under U.P. Police Acts, Criminal Procedure Code and other Laws.
(4)        Arrest, Search, Seizure and Constitutional Imperatives.
(5)        Methods of Police Investigation.
(6)        Third Degree Methods.
(7)        Corruption in Police.
(8)        Relationship between Police and Prosecution.
(9)        Liability of Police for Custodial Violence.
(10)      Police Public Relations.
(11)      Select aspects of National Police Commission report.

 
L-403) “Dessertation”
IVth Semester
BUSINESS LAW GROUP
Course-X (L-404) “International Trade Law”
(1)        International Trade and Trading Blocks:
Theory and policy, Institutionalisation of international trade, pre general agreement on tariff and trade (Gatti), Establishment of World Trade Organization (WTO).
(2)        Establishment of World Trade Organization, WTO and Tariff Restrictions, WTO and non-tariff restrictions:
(3)        Competition law and International Trade:Interface between trade and competition, International aspects of competition policy, competition and consumer protection, regulation of anti-competition activities, multinational corporations and competition in international trade.
(4)        Settlement of Disputes under World Trade Orginisation:Dispute settlement under would trade orginisation rules, regulations and procedures relation to settlement of disputes under world trade orginisation.
(5)        International Commercial Arbitration: International commercial contract and International commercial arbitration, Agreement, Procedure for International commercial Arbitration, International commercial institution.
(6)        Regulations on Investments: Borrowing and landing of money and foreign currency, Immovable property, Purchase abroad, Establishment of business outside, Investment in Indian banks, Repatriation and surrender of foreign securities.
 
Books Recommended:
Foreign Exchange Principles & Practice, Andley, K.K.
Economic Development: Benjanius Higgius
The W.T.O. Agreement, Deficiencies, Imbalances and required charges: Bhagirath Lal Das
The World Trade Organisation – Aguide to the Framework International Trade : Earth worm books Pvt. Ltd. Chennai
The Polities of New International order: C. Clyde Fergusonj.
The International Economy : Ellsworth P.T & clark Leith.
World Trade Organisation: Gupta, K R
International Economics: Kindloberger     
 
Course-XI (L-405) “Corporate Law”
Prospectus: Definition of Prospectus, Requirements, Statement in lieu of Prospectus, Public Issue, Contents of Prospectus, Formalities of Issue, Misrepresentation- Remedies for Liabilities Misrepresentation

Share Capital: Shares-Meaning, Allotment –restrictions on allotment, Certificate of shares, Transfer – Restrictions on transfer, Kinds of Share Capital-Equity Share Capital, Preference Share Capital, Bonus Shares, Issue and Redemption-Allotment, Alteration, Reduction, Transfer, Transmission, Surrender, Forfeiture of Shares Share Capital-Its Raising : Issue of Shares at premium, Issue of shares at discount, Redemption of shares, purchase by a company of its own shares- buy-back of shares, Financial Assistance by a company for the acquisition of its shares.
Share Holders and Members: Differences, How to become a member, Who may be a member, Rights of share holders- Right to receive dividend, Right to transfer of shares, Preemptive right, Right to information, Inspection and Investigation
Shares and Debentures: Difference and similarities between shares and debentures, Redeemable and Irredeemable debentures, Remedies of debenture holders, Company Charges : Registration, Fleating Charge, Fixed Charge, Crystallization of floating Charge.
Take-Over and Mergers: Meaning, Provisions relating to Take-over in Company Law, Guidelines of the Security and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) on Take-over

Insider Trading: Meaning, Reason for prohibiting Insider Trading, Provisions in Company Law to prohibit Insider Trading ; American and English perspective
Guidelines of SEBI on Insider Trading
Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI): Its Constitution, Powers and Functions of SEBI the Securities and Exchange Board of India Act, 1992
Dividends: Meaning of Dividends, How are they paid – Payment of Dividend only out of profits Deduction of loss or depreciation, Reserves - Transfer of certain percentage of profits to reserves, Declaration- No declaration on dividend on equity shares in case of non compliance with S.80-A, Dividend to be paid in cash
Accounts and Audit: Account Books, Annual Accounts and Balance Sheets- their inspection   
Auditors – Appointment, Powers, Duties, Removal Special Audit, Audit of Cost Accounts
 
Recommended Books:
Avtar Singh, Company Law, Eastern Book Company
Cary, Law of Corporations
George D.Hornstein, Law of Corporations
Herry G.Henn, Company Law
Kailash Rai, Company Law
LCB Gower, Modern Company Law
Palmer, Company Law
R.R.Pennington, Company Law
Ramaiya, Guide to Companies Act
Suman Gupta Shareholder Democracy: Fact and Fiction
Rider and Efrench, Regulation of Insider Trading
 
(L-406) “Dissertation”
B.A., LL.B. Five years (Ten Semesters)
 
Placements:
  • No. of  Symposia /Conferences/Workshop  Organized: 06
  • Refresher / Orientation Course Organized: 01
  • LL.M. final year students are given projects on the subjects in accordance with the need of present scenario  
  • NET/SLET/GATE Passed: 01
  • PCS (J) / HJS / APO / LAW OFFICERS: 03 /  01 /  01 / 04
  • Hundred percent placement:- Our LL.M. passed students are working as lecturers in various self finance Institutions 
 
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