- School of Law, Christ University
SCHOOL OF LAW Motto Excellence and Service Established 2006 Type Private Chancellor Dr. (Fr.) Augustine Thottakkara, CMI. Vice-Chancellor Dr. (Fr.) Thomas C. Mathew, CMI Director Fr. Benny Thomas., CMI Students 300 Location Bangalore, India
12°56′5.13″N 77°36′21.62″E / 12.9347583°N 77.6060056°E
Campus Urban Website http://law.christuniversity.in
The School of Law, Christ University, (SLCU) formerly known as Christ College of Law is one of the professional undergraduate schools of Christ University. It is situated in Bangalore, India, on the Christ University-Dharmaram College campus.
SLCU is approved by the Bar Council of India to conduct the five year B.A.,LL.B. course and a five year BBA,LLB course.
Candidates who have passed their 10+2 examination or its equivalent with a minimum of 45% marks at the final examination are eligible to appear for the entrance examination. The candidates should also be below the age of 21 years as on 1 April of the year for which they are seeking admission. In 2006, while it was Christ College of Law (CCL), it admitted students on the basis of a personal interview. In 2007, it held an All India Entrance Test (AIET) in Kolkata, Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Chennai, Kochi and Bangalore. Candidates were called for a personal interview in Bangalore, with sufficient representations from all regions. In 2008, SLCU once again conducted AIET in the same cities. Selected candidates after the AIET were then called for group discussion (GD), personal presentation (PP) and personal interview (PI) at Bangalore.
The curriculum for the BA.,LLB course is a mix of social science subjects and legal subjects. In the first two years, students are taught History, Political Science, Sociology and Economics along with value-added courses such as Introduction to Law and Legal Methods. After the first two years, it is mostly legal subjects that constitute the curriculum. The curriculum of the BBA LLB course is similar, except management Courses such as Human Resource Management, Business Environment and Marketing are conducted in place of political science.
COURSES Semester I Semester II 1 Communicative English 1 Institutional Economics 2 Economics 2 Public Speaking 3 Political Science I 3 Political Science II 4 Contract-I 4 Legal Methods 5 Torts & Consumer Protection 5 Contracts II 6 Indian Penal Code 6 Criminal Procedure Code Semester III Semester IV 1 Indian Constitutional & Legal History 1 Economics II (Law and Economics) 2 Law and Society 2 Constitutional Law II 3 Law and Economics I 3 Family Law II 4 Legal Research and Writing 4 Law of Crimes 5 5 Law of Evidence Semester V Semester VI 1 Political Science III 1 Jurisprudence 2 Criminal Procedure Code 2 Company Law II 3 Company Law I 3 Administrative Law 4 International Law 4 Civil Procedure Code 5 Labour Law 5 Environmental Law Semester VII Semester VIII 1 Law of Taxation 1 International Human Rights Law 2 Banking Law & Negotiable Instruments Act 2 Property Law 3 Intellectual Property Law 3 Clinical Education II (Drafting) 4 Clinical Education I (Moot Courts) 4 English II (Law and Literature) 5 Optional I 5 Optional III 6 Optional II 6 Optional IV Semester IX Semester X 1 Clinical Education III (Professional Ethics) 1 Land Laws 2 Arbitration Law 2 Clinical Education IV (Public Interest Lawyering) 3 Optional V 3 Optional VIII 4 Optional VI 4 Optional IX 5 Optional VII 5 Optional X
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