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The Oxford College of Law has grown in stature and over the period with excellent academic athmosphere provided and it is provided with   an unparallel ambience. Oxford college offers  both 3tears fulltime course in law and 5 years integrated course in B.A.LL.B. and BB.A.LL.B. All courses are offered under the banner of Karnataka State Law University.
  • LL.B. 5 Years 
  • B.A.LL.B.,BB.A.LL.B.
  • LL.B.3 Years
  • Time; 10-00a.m. to 4-00 p.m.

5 YEARS B.A., LL.B COURSE:

Title and Commencement
These Regulations may be called the Regulations governing the X (Ten) Semesters for Bachelor’s Degree in Law under Semester Scheme. 

  1. It is in force from the academic year 2009-2010 with the existing Syllabus. The syllabus pertaining to 5 years BA, LL.B course has been revised from the academic year 2009-2010 as by the Karnataka State Law University. 
Duration of the Course: 
The duration of the course, leading to BA, LL.B shall be of X (Ten) Semesters (5 years).

 The Law degree shall be obtained after undergoing a regular course of study in a duly recognized Law College for a minimum period of five years, (10 Semesters). The last six months of the IV & V years of the law course shall include a regular course of practical training. 
      
A student who successfully completes X semesters shall be eligible for the award of  BA,LL.B. 
      
The teaching and instruction shall be in accordance with the Bar Council of India rules. 

Significance of the Five Year Law Course: 
  1. Student after his Pre-university education can opt for legal education just as some other Professional education at this stage. 
  2. It attracts serious minded students to enter the field of legal education at a very early stage of their educational career. 
  3. This course would be taught only by whole time day colleges or University departments recognized by the Bar Council of India. 
  4. It provides for compulsory practical training for students and also compulsory participation in Moot Courts. 
All the above features have been incorporated in the syllabus approved by the Karnataka State Law University. 

Content of the Course: 
 The subject of study prescribed for the Semester Scheme shall be as under: 

I  SEMESTER:  II SEMESTER:  III SEMESTER
  1. English
  2. Major-1
  3. Elements of Research
  4. Minor-I-1
  1. Kannada/Special English
  2. Major-2
  3. Minor-II-1
  1. Major-3
  2. Major-4
  3. Minor-I-2
  4. Minor-II-2
IV  SEMESTER:  V Semester VI Semester
  1. Major-5
  2. Major-6
  3. Minor-I-3
  4. Minor-II-3
  1. Constitutional Law
  2. Contract-I
  3. Law of Torts
  4. Family Law-I: Hindu Law
  5. Criminal Law-I: Indian Penal Code
  1. Contract-II
  2. Company Law
  3. Property Law
  4. Administrative Law
  5. Family law-II: Mohammadan Law & Indian Succession Act
VII Semester VIII Semester IX Semester
  1. Jurisprudence
  2. Labour Law
  3. Law of Taxation
  4. Criminal Law-II: CR.P.C.,JJ Act & Probation of Offenders Act
  5. Clinical Course-I: Professional Ethics & Professional Accounting System
  1. Public International Law
  2. Optional-I: Human Rights Law &  Practice/Insurance Law
  3. Optional –II: Banking Law/Right to Information
  4. Clinical Course-II: Alternative Dispute Resolution Systems

 

  1. Civil Procedure Code & Limitation Act
  2. Optional –III: Intellectual Property Rights-I/Penology & Victimology
  3. Optional –IV: interpretation of Statutes & Principles of Legislation/Competition Law
  4. Clinical Course-III: Drafting, Pleading  & Conveyance
X Semester    
  1. Law of Evidence
  2. Environmental Law
  3. Optional –V: Intellectual Property Rights-II/ White Collar Crimes
  4. Optional –VI: Land Law/ Law relating to International Trade Economics
  5. Clinical Course-IV: Moot Court Exercise & Internship
   

The Syllabus
  1. The Syllabus shall be prescribed by the Karnataka State Law University from time to time. 
  2. The Board of studies shall periodically review the syllabus and recommend such changes as it considers necessary. 
Scheme of Examination
There shall be University Examinations at the end of every six months. First, third, fifth, seventh and nineth  semester examinations are held generally in the month of January every year. Second, fourth ,sixth, eighth and tenth semester examinations are held generally in the month of June, every year. I year comprises of I semester and II semester. II year comprises of III semester IV semester. III year comprises of V semester and VI semester. IV year comprises of  VII semester and VIII semester. V year comprises of  IX semester and X semester. Each paper shall be for a maximum of 100 marks and three hours duration. The examination fee shall be as prescribed by the Karnataka State Law University.

NOTE:
 
  • Practicals will be conducted as per the  guidelines of the Karnataka State Law University.
  • For 5 year LL.B. course 6 + 2 hours per week per subject is fixed by the Karnataka State Law University .
Standard of Passing: 
  1. No candidate shall be declared to have passed examination of any semester unless he/she has obtained a minimum of 40% of marks in each paper.
  2. However, a student may not be admitted to the 3rd Semester if he/she has not passed the 1st and 2nd Semester.
3 Year LL.B
The duration of the course leading to the Bachelor's Degree in Law (LL.B) shall be 3 years. Each academic year comprises of 2 semesters. Each Semester consists of 18 Weeks

Content of the Course:
 

I  SEMESTER:  II SEMESTER:  III SEMESTER
  1. Contract - I
  2. Constitution
  3. Law of Torts
  4. Family Law- I (Hindu Law)
  5. Criminal Law- I (Indian Penal Code)
  1. Contract-II
  2. Company Law
  3. Property Law
  4. Administrative Law
  5. Family -II (Mohammedan law and Indian Succession Act)
  1. Environmental Law
  2. Labour Law
  3. Criminal Law- II (Criminal Procedure Code, Juvenile Justice Act,  Probation of Offenders Act)
  4. Jurisprudence
  5. Clinical Course I- Professional Ethics and Professional Accounting System
IV  SEMESTER:  V  SEMESTER:  VI  SEMESTER 
  1. Public International Law
  2. Optional- I Human Rights Law and Practice/Right to Information
  3. Optional- II Banking Law/Insurance Law
  4. Clinical Course II- Alternative Dispute Resolution Systems
  1. Civil Procedure Code & Limitation Act
  2. Optional- III Intellectual Property Rights-I/Penology & Victimology
  3. Optional- IV Interpretation of Statutes & Principles of
     Legislation/Competitive Law
  4. Clinical Course III- Drafting, Pleading & Conveyance
  1. Law of Evidence
  2. Taxation
  3. Optional- V Intellectual Property Rights-II/White Collar Crimes
  4. Optional- VI Women and Criminal Law & Law related to Child/International Trade Economics
  5. Clinical Course IV- Moot Court Exercise and Internship

The Syllabus
  • The Syllabus shall be prescribed by the Karnataka State Law University from time to time. 
  • The Board of studies shall periodically review the syllabus and recommend such changes as it considers necessary. 
NOTE: 
  • Practicals  will be conducted as per the  guidelines of the Karnataka State Law University.
  • For 3 year LL.B. course 6 + 2 hours per week per subject is fixed by the Karnataka State Law University .

Scheme of Examination
There shall be University Examinations at the end of every six months. First, third and fifth semester examinations are held generally in the month of January every year. Second, fourth and sixth, semester examinations are held generally in the month of June, every year. I year comprises of I semester and II semester. II year comprises of III semester IV semester. III year comprises of V semester and VI semester. Each paper shall be for a maximum of 100 marks and three hours duration. The examination fee shall be as prescribed by the Karnataka State Law University.

Enrichment Programmes:
Certificate Course in Cyber Laws and Intellectual Property Law( 3 months duration, week end classes) Time;10-00a.m. to 4-00 p.m.



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