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NEW LLAAWW ACADEMY

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(Aided by Government of Maharashtra Approved by the Bar Council of India & Permanently Affiliated to University of Pune NAAC Accredited ‘B’ Grade)

2390-B, K.B. Hidayatullah Road, Azam Campus, Camp, Pune 411 001. Tel. : 020 2644 2068, Fax : 020 2643 5959 Email : principal@nlapune.org, Web : www.nlapune.org

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CONTENTS

CONTENTS

  • v President's Message

  • v Principal's Desk

  • v About New Law Academy

  • v Vision, Mission & Goals

  • v Faculty

  • v Courses

  • v Qualification required for Eligibility

  • v Admission Procedure

  • v Course Structure (U. G. Courses)

  • v LL. B. Course (Three Year Course)

  • v B.S.L. LL.B., Course (Five Year Course)

  • v Diploma Courses

  • v Career Prospects

  • v LL. M. Course (Two Year Course)

  • v College Infrastructure & Facilities

  • v Fees Structure

  • v Research & Publication Centre

  • v Anti Ragging Committee

  • v Right to Information Act, 2005

  • v Rules of Discipline

  • v M.C.E. Society Governing Board

  • v Local Managing Committee

PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE

PRESIDENT’S

MESSAGE

Dear Student,

Welcome to A.K. K. New Law Academy (NLA), Pune.

Legal education is a very powerful tool for empowering people and for giving justice to the society. It becomes even more important for a nation like ours that is in the process of harnessing its human resources for rapid growth. Today, we need more young minds to study law to take up social causes. The law helps to define a society's values and also provides means to solve problems and disputes without resorting to violence. Knowledge of the law can give people more control over their lives and more confidence in their dealings with others. The legal profession continues to be among the more highly sought after careers today. Lawyers are still held in high esteem in our society. Moreover, legal complexities are multiplying day by day, opening up challenging opportunities for law graduates in the corporate sector. Lawyers are now playing a prominent role in the international arena as legal matters are now spanning national and international boundaries.

With its rich history, vibrant academic community, accomplished students and distinguished alumni, NLA offers an extra-ordinary environment in which the students study law. We strive to offer our students the skills, the confidence and the courage to find fulfillment in the law. At NLA, you will get the best legal education available and have the best experience while learning. Whether you plan to practice law, enhance your performance at your job, run a business or enter in government office, the goal of NLA is to make certain that you are prepared and confident to face the global scenario.

A.K.K. New Law Academy is a place where law happens. At NLA, students also participate in social activities like free legal aid camps in nearby villages for the welfare of the society. We have produced an immensely talented, accomplished and diverse family of alumni who are working throughout the nation in private and public sector. Not only this but the conferences, seminars and other events throughout the year conducted in the college create an ambience in which the role of law in society is continuously interrogated and analyzed.

However, I am deeply committed to maintain and expand our tradition of quality legal education to nurture and sustain our unique community of outstanding faculty, students, alumni and staff. Therefore, I invite you to experience for yourself the remarkable environment that New Law Academy has to offer and get benefitted by this

.

P. A. INAMDAR

President, M.C.E. Society, Pune

PRINCIPALAL’S’S DESK

PRINCIP

DESK

Dear Student,

  • I am ecstatic to invite you to join us at A.K. K. New Law Academy (NLA) which is one of the premier law schools in India particularly

in Maharashtra State. The college is recognized by Bar Council of India, permanently affiliated to University of Pune and aided by Govt. of Maharashtra. It is also recognized by UGC under section 2(f) and 12(b). In addition to this, the college has been accredited by NAAC and awarded 'B' Grade.

A.K. K. New Law Academy (NLA), Pune as an institute of Legal Studies and Research provides career - oriented quality education. At NLA, we aim to impart human values and professional skills with the knowledge to enable the students to contribute effectively and efficiently to the strategic success of their organizations. No matter what career path you plan to follow- legal practice, corporate or public sector, NLA will give you what you need to succeed.

NLA has talented, well-qualified and accessible teaching staff. You will find at NLA energetic faculty of scholars who bring an impressive range of talents and practical experiences to the classroom. Moreover, our students come from different background, therefore, they bring a rich variety of life and work experience to our law academy. I am committed to drive up academic standards. I want to use every opportunity to improve the quality of our students' learning experience and I aim to create an atmosphere where the students should get an opportunity to expose their potential. I am delighted by the rise in our results at all levels and determined that we will continue to improve.

  • I will have the opportunity to personally welcome you at NLA. I wish you every success as you pursue your laudable dream of becoming a successful lawyer- one of the most honourable professions. I am

looking forward to see you fulfilling the aspirations of the society and goals of the college.

With best wishes,

DR. RASHEED SHAIKH

Principal, A.K.K. New Law Academy, Pune & Dean, Faculty of Law, University of Pune

ABOUT A.K.K. NEW

ABOUT A.K.K.

NEW LALAWW ACADEMY

ACADEMY

M.C.E. Society i.e. Maharashtra Cosmopolitan Education Society, Pune, the parent Governing Body of the college was established in the year 1948, with the objective of providing quality education. M.C.E. Society endeavors to bring education for all sections of the society irrespective of religion, caste and creed. It is both a religious and linguistic minority society as per Article 30(1) of the Constitution of India.

ABOUT A.K.K. NEW ABOUT A.K.K. NEW LA LA W W ACADEMY ACADEMY M.C.E. Society i.e. Maharashtra

The NLA situated at Azam Campus is placed in the heart of Pune City with a pleasing surrounding spread over 24 acres. The Azam Campus is a conglomeration of 29 various educational institutions catering to the need of around 25,000 students right from primary school to post graduate and research level in the field of Arts, Science, Commerce, Computer Science, Education, Law, Pharmacy, Medicine, Dentistry, Management, Architecture, Hospitality, etc, with the modern multistoried buildings designed and constructed to give the best educational

atmosphere and hostel complex for boys and girls separately. The NLA at Azam Campus is enclosed in such ambience as it helps to maintain a congenial environment for study and reflection. NLA offers a rich environment for studying law and prepares to enter into legal profession. From your first day of classes, you will get benefit from a hands-on academic programme and well-equipped computer lab with high speed computers and free internet facility.

The college is approved by Bar Council of India and Permanently Affiliated to University of Pune. It has been recognised under Section 2(f) & 12(B) of U G C Act, 1956. The college has been accredited by NAAC and awarded 'B' Grade.

VISION

A.K.K. New Law Academy (NLA) is a dynamic, creative learning institution that strives to meet challenges by providing innovative solutions leading to learning breakthroughs for all students. NLA is dedicated to establish strong, just upright minds and develop the talents of the students thereby to discover their greatness.

MISSION

ABOUT A.K.K. NEW ABOUT A.K.K. NEW LA LA W W ACADEMY ACADEMY M.C.E. Society i.e. Maharashtra

The aim of A.K.K. New Law Academy (NLA) is to cater to the needs of students of all communities in General and Minorities and Backward Classes in particular and to provide them required amenities, assistance and help for their upliftment by giving opportunity in joining the legal Profession and make them an able, confident, competent, efficient and well trained Advocates.

VISION, MISSION

VISION,

MISSION && GOALS

GOALS

VISION, MISSION VISION, MISSION & & GOALS GOALS NLA aims that the students should understand the

NLA aims that the students should understand the basic concepts and procedure of law and become self sufficient to carry out the necessary research on any legal problems that may come their way.

NLA aims to promote the understanding of law in its social, economic, political, and scientific contexts.

NLA aims to promote the understanding of law in its social, economic, political, and scientific contexts.

NLA seeks to assimilate rich cultural values with justice oriented legal learning.

NLA seeks to assimilate rich cultural values with justice oriented legal learning.

NLA provides a major force in the intellectual, cultural and economic life of its students with

NLA provides a major force in the intellectual, cultural and economic life of its students with the objectives of creating a world class learning Process.

NLA has embraced a secular culture of experimentation, communication and commitment to the society.

NLA has embraced a secular culture of experimentation, communication and commitment to the society.

NLA aims not only to convert laymen into lawmen but to mobilize the youth creating dynamic

NLA aims not only to convert laymen into lawmen but to mobilize the youth creating dynamic law professionals.

THE GOALS OF NLA ARE

  • To introduce and

train the

students in

basic

skills

of

law

practice and

to promote

understanding and reflection on the ways in which students best learn from experience.

  • To inculcate high standards of learning and ethical practice by offering students the opportunity in a supervised, reflective and analytical setting to shoulder responsibilities, rewards, frustrations, temptations and ethical dilemmas involved in representing clients.

  • To increase and enhance strong habits of self- initiation, reflective learning and self - development, so that students will be able to attain high professional standards after graduation.

  • To increase and enhance understanding of legal doctrines and institutions.

  • To make the students confident and responsible citizens and advocate to serve both the society and the nation.

FACULTY

NLA has qualified and experienced full time and visiting faculty. It has empanelled a good number of retired judges, practicing lawyers, retired professor’s and eminent scholars to recommend / improve the methods of teaching structured inputs and recommended assignments. Teachers follow case study and interactive lecture methods.

ACULTYTY

FFACUL

LIST OF FULL TIME FACULTY (2011 - 12)

NAME OF THE FACULTY

QUALIFICATION

DESIGNATION

Dr. Rasheed Shaikh

M. A. LL.M.,

Principal,A.K.K. New Law Academy, Pune

Ph.D.,(Law)

Director, Free Legal Aid and Advice Centre

 

Director, Consumer Protection & Empowerment Centre Director, Centre for Human Rights & Minorities Welfare Chief Editor, ‘Journal of Minorities Rights’ National Half yearly journal with ISSN number. Ph. D. Guide - University of Pune, Chanakya National Law University, Patna & CMJ University, Shillong, Meghalaya

Other Positions Dean, Faculty of Law, University of Pune Member, Senate, University of Pune Member, Academic Council, University of Pune

NAME OF THE FACULTY

QUALIFICATION

DESIGNATION

Dr. Shweta Gupta

M.A. (English), B.Ed., Ph.D.(English)

Asst. Professor

Dr. Preetam Jain

M.A.( Political Sci.) Ph.D. (Poli. Sci.)

Asst. Professor

Mr. M.B. Kothawade

LL.M, NET. (submitted thesis for Ph.D. (Law) at North Maharashtra University, Jalgaon)

Asst. Professor

Mr. Saleem Shaikh

LL.M, NET. (Registered for Ph.D. at

Asst. Professor

Mr. Atul Zarkar

Chanakya National Law University, Patna) LL.M. SET (Registered for Ph.D. at

Asst. Professor

Mr. Satish Shinde

Chanakya National Law University, Patna) LL.M., NET, SET, DLL&LW,G.D.C.& A (Registered for

Asst. Professor

Ms. Manisha Mittal

Ph.D. at Chanakya National Law University, Patna) LL.M, SET (Registered for Ph.D. at University of Pune, Pune)

Asst. Professor

Ms. Jacinta Bastian

LL.M, NET (Registered for Ph.D. at University of Pune, Pune)

Asst. Professor

Mrs. P. Doulat Begam

M.A., LL.M. (Registered for Ph.D. at

Asst. Professor

Ms. Deepali Patil

Chanakya National Law University, Patna) LL.M.,SET

Asst. Professor

Ms. Swati Shingate

LL.M., SET (Registered for Ph.D. at University of Pune, Pune)

Asst. Professor

Mrs. Nuzhat Shaikh

LL.M., NET.

Asst. Professor

Ms. Reshma Ahire

LL.M

Asst. Professor

Ms. Ishrat Nadaf

M.A., LL.M.,

Asst. Professor

Ms. Tanzeema Contractor LL. M.

 

Asst. Professor

Mr. Intekhab Alam

M.A. M.L.I.Sc., D.C.A, SET, M. Phil.

Librarian

VISITING FACULTY

NAME OF THE FACULTY

QUALIFICATION

SUBJECT

Adv. B.R. Choudhary ( Retired Judge)

LL.M.

Procedural Laws

Adv. Latika Salgaonkar (Senior Counsel, Pune)

M.Com., LL. M.

Procedural Laws

Dr. M.G. Mulla

M.Com., Ph.D.

Law

Mr. S.T. Ranadive

M.A. (History)

History

Mrs. Hasina Shaikh

M.A, M. Ed., Net

Sociology

Mr. Rahul P. More

M.A. (Economics)

Economics

COURSES

COURSES

REGULAR COURSES OFFERED

Name of the Course

Duration

Eligibility for Admission

1)

LL. M.

2 Years

Graduate in law.

2)

LL. B.

3 Years

Any graduate or postgraduate in any faculty of any recognized statutory University with a minimum of 45% marks in aggregate. Relaxation of 5%marks in favour of SC/ST students is allowed.

3)

B. Law (Bachelor of Law)

5 Years

A candidate should have passed the H.S.C. examination (10+2) conducted by the Higher Secondary School Examination Board Course) of the State of Maharashtra or any other examination recognized as an equivalent to H.S.C. examination by the University of Pune with a minimum of 45% in aggregate. Relaxation of 5% marks in favour of SC/ST students is allowed.

DIPLOMA COURSES OFFERED

Name of the Course

Duration

Eligibility for Admission

1)

P. G. Diploma in Master of Labour Laws & Labour Welfare (M.L.)

2 Years

Graduate of any faculty either or University of Pune or of any other University whose degrees

2)

P.G. Diploma in Labour Laws and and Labour Welfare (D.L.L. & L.W)

1 Year

are recognized or equivalent to the corresponding Degrees of this University ---DO–--

3)

P. G. Diploma in Taxation Law

1 Year

---DO–--

4)

P.G. Diploma in course in Forensic & Medical Jurisprudence (D.F.M.J.)

1 Year

----DO—

5)

Diploma in Cyber Laws (D.C.L)

1 Year

H.S.C.

6) Diploma in Human Rights (D.H.R.)

1 Year

H.S.C.

QUALIFICATION REQUIRED FOR ELIGIBILITY

  • 1. Three Year Law Course

    • (a) First LL. B. :

A student passing Bachelor's degree examination with Minimum 45% Marks in any faculty of this University or any other Recognised University shall be eligible for admission to First year LL.B. Course (three-year degree course). There shall be relaxation of 5% marks in case of SC/ST students.

Bar Council of India Resolution - Item No.55/1998(LE) para 2 of the minutes of the L.E.C. meeting held on June,1998,

QUALIFICATION

QUALIFICA

TION REQUIRED FOR ELIGIBILITY

REQUIRED FOR ELIGIBILITY

44.5% marks or more are permitted to be rounded off as 45% marks and students who have secured 44.5% marks or more in their graduation can be admitted to the first LL. B. Course. Bar Council of India Resolution - Item No.55/1998(LE) para 4 of the minutes of the L.E.C. meeting held on June,1998,

“ the percentage may be calculated by totaling the marks obtained in each paper at the time of clearing the subjects”

Norms of Eligibility for graduates and Post graduates of Open Universities Ref:-Bar council of India letter No.LE/Cir:02/2010 dated 20-12-2010

“The applicants who have obtained 10 + 2 or Graduation / Post Graduation through open Universities System directly without having any basic Qualifications for Prosecuting such Studies are not Eligible for admission in law courses”.

Ref. Bar Council of India letter NO.BCI:D:1823/2010(LE) Dated 30-11-2010

“In view of Rules of Legal Education 2008, no candidate from the Open University having a degree contrary to the U.G.C. Act and regulations and contrary to Legal Education Rules 2008 shall be admitted into law course.”

U.G.C. Regulations 1985 regarding the Minimum Standards of Instructions for the Grant of the first Degree through Formal Education : (U.G.C. letter No. F-1-117/83(CP) dated 25-11-1985) – Para 2 (3)

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“ (1) No students shall be eligible for the award of the 1 Degree unless he has successfully completed a three year course ; provided no student shall be eligible to seek admission to the Master's course in these faculties, who has not successfully pursued the first Degree Course of three years duration.

U.G.C. Regulations 1985 regarding the Minimum Standards of Instructions for the Grant of the first Degree through Non- Formal/ Distance Education: (U.G.C. letter No. F-1-117/83(CP) dated 25-11- 1985 ) – Para2 (2)

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“ (1) No students shall be eligible for the award of the 1 Degree unless he has successfully completed a three year course ; provided that no student shall be eligible to seek admission to the Master's course in these faculties, who has not successfully pursued the first Degree Course of three years duration”.

Prohibition to register for two regular courses of study :

(Ref. B.C.I. Rules of Legal Education 2008)

“No Student shall be allowed to simultaneously register for a law degree programme with any other graduate or Post Graduate or certificate course run by the same or any other university or an institute for academic or professional learning excepting in the integrated degree programme of the same institution.

Provided that any short period part time certificate course on language, computer science or computer application of an institute or any course run by a centre for distance learning of a University however, shall be excepted.”

Prohibition against lateral entry and exit :

There shall be no lateral entry on the plea of Graduation in any subject or exit by way of awarding degree splitting the integrated double degree course, at any intermediary stage of integrated double degree course. “

Explanation: (Ref. Definitions of B.C.I. Rules of Legal Education 2008)

“Lateral Entry” is an admission given to graduate applicants at the beginning of third year in an integrated five year Course.

Lateral Exit” means opting out at the end of three year after successfully completing the courses up to the third year, from an Integrated Five Year course on being awarded a Bachelor Degree.

  • (b) Second LL. B. :

A student who has taken admission to II LL.B. course of this University, after passing the First LL.B. examination from any other University recognised by AIU and Bar Council of India will have to appear and pass in the subjects of First LL.B. course of this University in which he has not already passed, in his parent University. Further, if he so desires, he will be exempted in any of the subjects of the Second LL.B. examination of this University in which he has already passed in the parent University.

  • (c) Third LL.B.:

A student passing the Second Year LL.B. (LL.B. General) examination from a Statutory Indian University recognised by AIU and Bar Council of India is allowed to seek admission to the Third LL.B. Course in his University on the condition that he shall appear for and pass in all papers prescribed for the First and Second Year LL.B. Course of this University of which he has not passed in his parent university. Further if he so desires, he will be exempted in any of the subject at the Third LL.B. examination of this University if he has already passed in those subjects in the parent University. However, in such a case, he will be required to appear and pass in the deficient papers according to syllabus of First LL.B./Second LL. B. of this University.

AGE LIMIT FOR ADMISSION

(AS PER THE BAR COUNCIL OF INDIA, NEW REGULATIONS 2008 :

The maximum age for seeking admission into a stream of integrated Bachelor of Law Degree Programme (5 Year B.S.L. LL.B.,) is limited to twenty years in case of General category of applicants and to twenty two years in case of applicants from SC, ST and other Backward Communities.

The maximum age for seeking admission into a stream of Three Year Bachelor Degree Course in Law is limited to thirty years with right of the University to give concession of 5 further years for the applicant belonging to SC, ST or any other Backward Community.

(This condition of age limit is applicable as soon as notification regarding implementation of BCI New regulation 2008 is issued by University of Pune).

ADMISSION PROCEDURE

ADMISSION

PROCEDURE

ADMISSION PROCEDURE

All prospective students are required to complete the entire admission procedure as per admission schedule notified by the institution on web site - www.nlapune.org every year before the commencement of the academic year. To facilitate the students, on-line admission procedure has been made available. All prospective applicants are requested to down-load the admission form directly from the website and send the downloaded application form duly filled in. There is no entrance test and admission is based purely on merit at the qualifying examination. The merit list of candidates who are given provisional admission will be displayed in the college notice board and also on the web site. After verification of documents and payment of fees, their provisional admission will be confirmed. The admissions confirmed by the institution are subject to approval of the University of Pune.

NLA also reserves the right to deny admission to a prospective student if the management of the institution considers that it will affect the discipline and peaceful atmosphere of the institution and the campus.

ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS TO BE SUBMITTED FOR CONFIRMATION OF ONLINE PROVISIONAL ADMISSION

At the time of confirmation of online provisional admission, the following documents are required to be submitted at the office of A.K.K. New Law Academy, Pune (NLA) for verification and assessing the eligibility for the course. After verification, all the original documents will be returned to the candidate except T.C. and migration certificates.

1)

Original mark sheets of qualifying examination (H.S.C. / Degree).

2)

Date of Birth Certificate.

3)

School leaving certificate / Transfer Certificate in original.

4)

In case of student migrating from another University or Board, a migration certificate from that University or Board as the case may be in Original.

5)

Four copies of the latest identity card size photograph.

6)

Gap certificate if there is a gap from the date of last study.

FOREIGN STUDENTS’ ADMISSION

Foreign students desirous of securing admission in this college have to obtain “Confirm Letter of Admission” from the International Students Centre, University of Pune and produce the same at the time of admission. After admission all information regarding passport, visa, residential details should be communicated to foreign cell of Commissionarate of Police, Pune.

COURSE STRUCTURE

COURSE

STRUCTURE (U.G.

(U.G. COURSES)

COURSES)

LL.B. (THREE YEAR COURSE)

The course shall extend to three academic years comprising of 6 Semesters. A candidate after successful completion of total 3 years course i.e. 6 Semesters of the course will be eligible for the award of Degree of LL.B. After completion of LL. B. (3 year course), the student has to clear ‘All India Bar Examination’ conducted by Bar Council of India and then he is eligible to enroll himself as an Advocate under Advocate Act,1961.

B. S.L. LL.B., (FIVE YEAR COURSE)

This integrated course is conceived of with an objective to bring legal education on par with other professional courses like medicine and engineering, where a student fresh out of H.S.C. can make an immediate career choice. The duration of the course shall extend to Five Academic Years of 10 semesters.

A candidate who successfully completes the 5 years of the course, i.e. the ten semesters of the course will be eligible for the award of the degree of B.S.L. LL. B. After completion of B.S.L. LL. B.(5 year course), the student has to clear ‘All India Bar Examination’ conducted by Bar Council of India and then he is eligible to enroll himself as an Advocate under Advocate Act,1961.

PROGRAMME OF LL.B. - (THREE YEAR COURSE)

 

Semester 1

Semester 2

First Year LL.B.

1.Family Laws - I

  • 6. Family Law II

2.

Law of Crimes

  • 7. Constitutional Law

3.

Labour Laws

  • 8. Law of Torts & Consumer Protection Act

4.

Law of Contract - I

  • 9. Practical Training III

5.

Optional Papers(Any One)

(Professional Ethics, Accountancy for

  • a) Trust, Equity and Fiduciary Relationships

Lawyers and Bar-Bench Relations

  • b) Criminology and Penology

(Theory Paper)

 
  • c) Woman and Law and Law relating to the child

  • d) International Economic Law

 

Semester 3

Semester 4

  • 10. Law of Evidence

1 . Jurisprudence

4

Second Year LL.B.

  • 11. Environmental Law

  • 15. Property Law including Transfer of

  • 12. Human Rights and International Law

Property Act and Easement Act

  • 13. Arbitration, Conciliation and Alternative

  • 16. Public Interest Lawyering, Legal Aid

Disputes Resolution Systems

& Para Legal Services (Theory Paper)

  • 17. Law of Contract - II

  • 18. Optional Paper (Any One)

  • a) Comparative Law

  • b) Law of Insurance

 
  • c) Conflict of Laws

  • d) Intellectual Property Laws

 

Semester 5

Semester 6

  • 19. Code of Civil Procedure and

  • 24. Code of Criminal Procedure, Juvenile Justice Act

Limitation Act

(Care & Protection of Children) and Probation of

Third Year LL.B.

  • 20. Land Laws Including Ceiling &

Offenders Act

Other Local Laws

  • 25. Company Law

  • 21. Interpretation of Statutes

  • 26. Practical Training - I

  • 22. Legal Writing

Moot courts, Pre Trial Preparations &

  • 23. Administrative Law

Participation in Trial Proceedings.

  • 27. Drafting, Pleading & conveyancing (Theory paper)

  • 28. Optional Papers (Any One)

  • a. Investment and securities laws

 
  • b. Law of Taxation

  • c. Banking Laws including Negotiable Instruments Act

  • d. Co-operative Law

PROGRAMME OF B.S.L. LL.B. , (FIVE YEAR COURSE) BACHELOR OF SOCIO-LEGAL SCIENCES & BACHELOR OF LAWS

 

B.S.L. LL.B.,

Semester 2

First Year

  • 5. Political Sciences - I

(Political Theory and Political Organisation)

 

Semester 1

 

1.

General English - I

  • 4. General English - II

2.

History

3.

Economics

 
  • 6. Sociology

Second Year

B.S.L. LL.B.,

Semester 3

 

Semester 4

7.

Political Science II

10.

Legal Language

(Foundations of Political Obligation)

11.

Legal History (History of Courts,

8.

Political Science III

12.

Legislatures & Legal Profession in India)

(International Relations & Organisation)

Law of Contract - II

9.

Law of Contract - I

 

Semester 5

Semester 6

  • 13. Family Laws - I

  • 17. Family Laws - II

Third Year

B.S.L. LL.B.,

  • 14. Law of Crimes

  • 18. Constitutional Law

  • 15. Labour Laws

  • 19. Law of Torts and Consumer Protection

  • 16. Optional Papers (Any one)

Act

  • a) Trust, Equity and Fiduciary Relationships

  • 20. Professional Ethics, Accountancy

  • b) Criminology and Penology

for Lawyers and Bar-Bench Relations

 
  • c) Woman and Law and Law relating to

(Theory Paper)

 

the Child

  • d) International Economic Law

DIPLOMA COURSES

DIPLOMA

COURSES

 

Semester 7

Semester 8

  • 21. Law of Evidence

  • 25. Jurisprudence

Fourth Year

B.S.L. LL.B.,

  • 22. Environmental Law (including laws

  • 26. Property Law including Transfer of

for the protection of wild life & other

Property Law and Easement Act

living creatures and animal welfare)

  • 27. Public Interest Lawyering, Legal Aid

  • 23. Human Rights And International Law

and Para Legal Services (Theory Paper)

  • 24. Arbitration, Conciliation and

  • 28. Optional Paper (Any one)

Alternative Disputes Resolution

  • a) Comparative Law

 

Systems.

  • b) Law of Insurance

  • c) Conflict of Laws.

  • d) Intellectual Property Laws

 

Semester 9

Semester 10

  • 29. Code of Civil Procedure and

  • 33. Cr. P.C. Juvenile Justice (Care & Protection of

Limitation Act

Children) Act & Probation of Offenders Act

  • 30. Land Laws including Ceiling

  • 34. Company Law

Fifth Year

B.S.L. LL.B.,

and other Local Laws

  • 35. Practical Training - I

  • 31. Interpretation of Statutes

Moot Courts, Pre-Trial Preparations &

  • 32. Administrative Law

Participation in Trial Proceedings

  • 36. Drafting, Pleading & Conveyancing (Theory paper)

  • 37. Optional paper (Any one)

 
  • a. Investment & Securities laws

 
  • b. Law of Taxation

  • c. Banking Laws including Negotiable Instruments Act

  • d. Co-operative Law

DIPLOMA COURSES

The following Diploma Courses are available for taking admission in NLA . All the following diploma courses are annual pattern and there is no semester system. The examination for the diploma courses shall be held at the end of every academic year on the dates to be announced by the University. A candidate who secures minimum 35 % marks in each paper, and an aggregate of 50 % on the whole shall be declared to have passed the examination.

P.G. DIPLOMA IN MASTER OF LABOUR LAWS AND LABOUR WELFARE (M.L.L. & L.W.)

 

Part - I (First Year)

Part - II (Second Year)

Two Years M.L .L. & L.W.

  • 1. Law relating to Labour Management Relations-I

  • 1. Law Relating to Labour Welfare.

  • 2. Law relating to Labour Management Relations-II

  • 2. Personnel Management and Case

  • 3. Principles of Wage Fixation, Law of Wages and

Studies in Personnel Management

Social Security Legislation

  • 3. Industrial Sociology & Psychology

  • 4. Research Methodology & Case Studies in

  • 4. Labour Economics and Indian

Industrial Relations

Labour Problems

 
  • 5. Practical Training - Field-Work & Viva- Voce

  • 5. Practical Training-Field-Work &

Viva- Voce

DIPLOMA COURSES (ANNUAL PPAATTERN)

DIPLOMA COURSES (ANNUAL

TTERN)

P.G. DIPLOMA IN TAXATION LAWS (D.T.L.) (ONE YEAR COURSE)

ONE YEAR

 
  • 1. General Laws, Affecting Taxation

D.T.L.

  • 2. Income Tax Act 1961 (as amended upto date).

  • 3. Wealth Tax Act, Central Excise Act and Service Tax Act

  • 4. Central Sales Tax & the Maharashtra Value Added Tax Act, 2002.

 
  • 5. Book Keeping and Accountancy

P.G. DIPLOMA IN LABOUR LAWS AND LABOUR WELFARE (D.L.L. & L.W.)

ONE YEAR D.L.L. & L.W.

  • 1. Law relating to Labour Management Relations.

  • 2. Social Security Legislation.

  • 3. Principles of Wages Fixation and Law of Wages.

  • 4. Legislation affecting conditions of Work.

  • 5. Practical Training (Field Work, Visits and Viva-Voce).

P.G. DIPLOMA IN DIPLOMA IN CYBER LAWS (D.C.L.)

 
  • 1. Basis & Regulatory Frame Work of Cyber World

ONE YEAR

 
  • 2. E-Commerce

D.C.L.

  • 3. Information Technology Act,2000

  • 4. Intellectual Property Rights in the Cyber World.

 
  • 5. Dissertation / Field based project report (Viva -Voce)

DIPLOMA IN HUMAN RIGHTS (D.H.R.)

 
  • 1. Human Rights and Duties Conceptional Perspective

ONE YEAR

 
  • 2. International Human Rights, Norms and Standards

D.H.R.

  • 3. Protection System and Implementation of Human Rights and Duties

  • 4. Human Rights and Duties in India

 
  • 5. Dissertation / Field based project report

DIPLOMA IN FORENSIC & MEDICAL JURISPRUDENCE

ONE YEAR

 
  • 1. Forensic Science and Criminal Investigation Procedure.

D.F.M.J.

  • 2. Forensic Medicine and Toxicology

  • 3. Medical Negligence & Liability

  • 4. Practical Training and Viva - Voce

RULES OFOF STSTANDARD

RULES

ANDARD OFOF PPASSING

ASSING

RULES REGARDING SEMESTER SCHEME / STANDARD OF PASSING

(As mentioned in Circular No 230 of 2003 of University of Pune - Ref. No. ICB/3524 dtd 12-6-2003). Semester Scheme for LL.B. (Three Year Law Course) and B.S.L. LL.B.,(Five years Law course) from Academic year 2003-2004.

The 1st and 2nd years of the LL.B. (Three year Law course) and B.S.L. LL.B.,(Five year Law course) will adhere to the following semester pattern from the academic year 2003-2004.

The improved semester pattern of 100 marks for each paper will be introduced in a phased manner as shown below :

THE RULES OF STANDARD OF PASSING

The examination pattern has been simplified for the semester scheme and it shall be as follows :

  • A) Since law subjects of these two courses are the same with same prescribed syllabus, only one paper will be set for the two courses at any examination session.

  • B) Since one subject shall have only one paper during any session, all candidates regular, repeaters of all semesters and non-semesters candidates of earlier years will appear for the same paper.

  • C) The papers for that subject will however have different code numbers according to the course for identification.

NOTE

  • 1. Students appeared for 1st year of New Five Year Course B.S.L. LL.B., in the academic year 2002-2003 will be exempted from the paper Contract-I in the 2nd year B.S.L. LL.B., provided they have passed the subject. The student from this batch, who passed all subjects of 1st year B.S.L. LL.B., except paper Contract-I, will be eligible for admission to 2nd B.S.L. LL.B., Provided the candidate clears the pass/ATKT rules of 2nd year B.S.L. LL.B. However class will be awarded for student getting exemption in Contract - I.

  • 2. The above batch will be converted to new semester system from 2nd B.S.L. LL.B. commencing from 2003-2004.

  • 3. All admission in both the law courses from academic year 2003-2004 will be given to the new semester scheme of 2003-2004.

  • 1. STANDARD OF PASSING :

To pass the 1st and 2nd years of B.S.L. LL.B., Examination (Five year law course) a candidate must obtain:

  • a) 40% of the full marks in each paper.

b)

40% of the total marks in the examination.

To pass the 3rd, 4th & 5th year B.S.L. LL.B. and 1st, 2nd and 3rd year of LL. B. Examination, a candidate must obtain :

  • i) 35% of the full marks in each paper and

ii)

50% of the total marks in the examination.

A candidate who has completed his term for Semester I, III, V, VII and IX of the Five year B.S.L., LL.B. Course and has paid examination fees for such Semester Examination, shall be entitled to appear for any or all of such papers respectively along with the Semester II, IV, VI, VIII or X examination respectively.

Any student who has appeared for Semester I, III, V, VII or IX Examination of the five year B.S.L. LL.B.,Courses shall be entitled to re-appear for all or any of the papers along with the Semester II, IV, VI, VIII or X examination for improving his marks.

  • i. EXEMPTION :

A Candidate who obtains at least 50% of the full marks in a paper shall at his option be exempted from that paper at a subsequent examination. He/She shall however have to pass in the remaining paper or papers in accordance with the standard of passing laid down above. The benefit of exemption so earned may be available for six years only.

ii. FIRST-SECOND CLASS :

At the end of the academic year, those of the successful candidates who obtained 50% or more of the total marks will be placed in the Second Class, and those who obtain 60% or more of the total marks will be placed in the First Class, and those who obtain 70% or more marks will be place in First Class with Distinction.

iii. ALLOWED TO KEEP TERMS :

A candidate who obtains at the 1st, 2nd, 3rd year of B.S.L. LL.B. or 4th year of B.S.L. LL.B. (Five year B.S.L. LL.B. Course) hereinafter earlier year 50% of the full marks in the number of subjects given below out of the total number of papers prescribed for the respective academic year shall be allowed to keep terms respectively for next year i.e. the 2nd, 3rd year of B.S.L. LL.B. and 4th and 5th year B.S.L. LL.B., Examination i.e. ATKT for 1/3 of the total subjects.

1st B.S.L. LL.B., Examination

- 4 subjects

3rd B.S.L. LL.B.,Examination - 5 subjects

2nd B.S.L. LL.B.,Examination - 4 subjects 4th B.S.L. LL.B.,Examination - 5 subjects

Provided however, that he shall not be declared to have passed the examination of such next year, i.e 2nd and 3rd year of B.S.L. LL.B., and 4th and 5th year of B.S.L. LL.B., unless he has passed such subjects and the remaining papers in the examination of such previous year according to the standard of passing laid down above.

Such a candidate shall not be eligible for a Cash prize or scholarship awarded at the examination.

RULES REGARDING EXEMPTION

A candidate who obtains at least 50 percent of the full marks in a paper shall at his option be exempted from the paper at a subsequent examination. He shall, however, have to pass in the remaining paper/s in accordance with the standard of passing laid down.

RULES OF ATTENDANCE AND PRACTICAL TRAINING

CLASS ATTENDANCE

Students shall attend at least 75% of lectures delivered in each subject/semester. Otherwise they are not eligible to write examinations at the end of each semester.

RULES OFOF AATTENDANCE

RULES

TTENDANCE && PRACTICAL TRAINING

PRACTICAL TRAINING

TUTORIALS FOR LL. B. /B.S.L. LL.B.,COURSES

Students shall write and attend the prescribed number of tutorials for each year to the satisfaction of the faculty.

JOURNAL WORK AND ORAL EXAMINATION FOR LL.B. / B.S.L. LL.B.,COURSES

Under the scheme of Practical Training Programme, each student shall compulsorily maintain a Journal as may be prescribed by the institution for the clinical work done by him and from time to time regularly record in it the work allotted to and done by him in his own handwriting and the dates thereto under his signature and the same be scrutinized and counter signed from time to time by concerned Professor-in-charge. The journal shall be submitted to the institution for assessment. The Professor- incharge or some other examiner or a panel of examiners from time to time or at the end of the term as per the discretion of the Principal of the academy shall assess the journal. Questions on the basis of the journals, so maintained may also be asked at the time of Viva Voice Examination that may be taken for the practical training course.

DRESS CODE

The dress code of the college for academic and other ceremonial activities is :

For Boys’ : White Shirt, Black pant with black tie and black blazer. For Girls’ : White Salawar kurta / Saree with black blazer.

COURT VISITS / ATTENDANCE AT LAWYER'S CHAMBER VISIT

Students under the supervision of a Professor-in-charge shall visit at least three of the following places during such working day and timing as may be decided by the institution. The object of this course is to enable the students to understand the actual working in some of the departments and the documents maintained by them with a view to familiarize them.

The visits will be to any of the following places :

  • u Office of the Registrars, Clerks of Court,

  • u Nazirs, Record Keepers etc in courts

  • u Police station

  • u Office of the Sub-Registrar under the Indian Registration Act

  • u Prison / Jail / Sub-jail.

  • u Chemical Analyzer's Laboratory

ATTENDANCE IN COURTS

Each students shall be required to attend at least two cases or proceedings or interim petitions of courts, as far as possible from start to finish, arising out of the following :

  • 1. Civil Suits

CAREER PROSPECTS AFTER LL. B.

CAREER PROSPECTS AFTER LL.

B. DEGREE

DEGREE

  • 3. Sessions Cases

  • 4. Small cause court proceedings or

  • 5. Proceedings before a Co-operative court or a Labour court, or a Revenue court or any other court as may be decided by the Professor-in-charge

  • 6. Field visit to local areas and villages for Free Legal Aid Activities. Students shall be required to make their own notes and observations about the proceedings so visited and attended by them including the facts of the proceedings, legal issues involved and record them in the journal maintained by them. The journal so maintained for this purpose shall be assessed for the purpose of allotting marks under practical training paper.

ATTENDANCE AT A LAWYER’S CHAMBER

Students under practical training paper shall attend the offices of advocates on such days and during such timings as the concerned Advocates may suggest. The object of this course is to enable a student to make himself conversant with the working in an Advocates office as to how he takes instructions form clients and so on. The observation made by the student shall be recorded in the journal under practical training paper and the same shall be assessed for allotment of marks.

VIVA-VOCE EXAMINATION

As per the syllabus prescribed for practical training paper, a Viva-Voice Examination shall be held on behalf of the University by a committee of two examiners (one external and one internal) to be appointed by the University who will ask questions to the students on the basis of the clinical work done by them and marks will be allotted to them accordingly. The students shall submit the journal at the time of viva-voce.

CAREER PROSPECTS AFTER LL. B. DEGREE

  • u Private Practice or Government Pleader and Public Prosecutor after enrollment as an Advocate with Bar Council of concerned state.

  • u Eligible to judicial and Administrative Services.

  • u Employment in non-government organizations like World Bank, United Nations etc.,

  • u Opportunities in company services, LPOs (Legal Process Outsourcing) as Legal Officer, Legal Executive, or Legal Advisor.

  • u Establishment own Legal consultancy. Join as Legal Draftsman.

  • u Absorption as Legal Draftsmen in Ministry of Law and Affair, Govt of India, and Law officer in any Nationalize or Private Banks.

  • u Scope for Higher education and Research.

  • u Teaching in Colleges and Universities.

In addition to above, a placement cell has been functioning at NLA for providing placements to final year students. Students are requested to go through the Placement brochure for details.

LL. M.

LL.

M. COURSE

COURSE -- ELIGIBILITY

ELIGIBILITY,, CURRICULUM

CURRICULUM && OTHER

OTHER RULES

RULES

ELIGIBILITY FOR ADMISSION

Every candidate seeking admission to the Master of Laws Course (LL.M. Degree course) must have passed the LL.B. Degree after completing three years of the LL.B. Course or all the five years of the Five year course of this University or its equivalent degree of another statutory University recognized as equivalent to said degree of this University.

DURATION OF THE COURSE

The duration of the course of study for the degree of Master of Laws shall be two years.

CURRICULUM

In each course there shall be four lectures per week and each lecture shall be of sixty minutes. In addition to four lectures in each course there shall be weekly tutorials. (for details, see Oral work, Group Discussions and Seminars). A candidate is required to attend a minimum of 85 percent of the tutorials and lectures delivered in each semester to become eligible for grant of term. The Principal shall debar a candidate from appearing in the examination, if he has not secured the prescribed minimum of attendance in the class in each subject. The four subjects in the first semester and the four subjects in the second semester shall be compulsory.

In the first two semesters four compulsory subjects will be taught i.e. each subjects is divided into two parts of total marks 400 + 400 = 800 marks. The internal assessment pattern would be out of 40 marks. In the semester III optional subjects (groups) will be introduced. The number of seats for each optional subject shall be decided by the Principal from time to time.

There shall be six papers (3+3) of the two opted specilizations distributed in the third and fourth semester. In the third semester 2+2=4 papers of the two specializations and in the fourth semester 1+1=2 papers of the two specializations. In Semester III the students are required to opt for four papers consisting of total 400 marks from two optional groups selected by him. The internal assessment for these four papers (of semester III) will be same as semester I&II. (The six papers of the two opted specialisations will be distributed in the third and fourth semesters i.e. in the III semester 2+2=4 papers of the two specializations and in IV semester 1+1=2 papers of the two specialization will be offered).

In respect of the internal assessment in these two papers of semester IV he/she is not to write additional questions in the two internal written tests. However, viva of 5 marks each shall be held in these two papers of semester IV at the end of the terms. (also see, Sr. No. 7).

At the semester IV, the students shall write a dissertation in the optional group chosen by him/her consisting of total 200 marks. The dissertation topic shall be chosen by the student at the beginning of semester III. The dissertation shall be examined by one external examiner.

At the beginning of each academic year, the Principal shall notify the optional courses in which instruction would be available during the academic year. No regular candidate is permitted to opt for courses not so notified.

The specializations shall be opted by the students with the permission of the Principal, on or before the last date of the second semester and also choose the topics for dissertation which shall be submitted in

the fourth semester. The dissertation will be of 200 marks (150 marks for the dissertation and 50 marks for viva-voce examination on dissertation) in lieu of the two papers in the fourth semester. In the third semester instead of Long Term Papers in two subjects, the students shall attempt two questions of 7 ½ marks, in two written tests in the semester to enable them to focus on the dissertation research work.

The dissertation shall be examined by one external and shall also hold a viva-voce test along with one internal examiner nominated by the Principal, before awarding the marks. The work for which a candidate shall be assessed with respect to each course shall comprise of the following :

Written examination through question papers for each course. An external papers for one semester course shall carry 60 marks. Internal assessments work (as detailed separately). It shall carry 40 marks for one semester course. The final written examination through question papers shall be held at the end of each semester. The Internal Assessment Work will have to be completed during the duration of the course only. No candidate shall be permitted to appear in more than six papers at any one examination at a time. The performance of the candidates shall be indicated through classes instead of numerical marks. The marks for the written examination, internal assessment work and/or dissertation, if any, shall be indicated separately on the transcript. (The table for the conversion of marks into classes is given separately).

STANDARDS OF PASSING

To pass the LL.M. examination, a candidate must obtain 40 marks for each subject (the marks for the written examination, internal assessment being added up) and 50 marks in the aggregate. Provided further that the difference between the internal and external assessment marks of a candidate for any subject shall not be more than 15 percent. If the marks obtained in internal assessment by a candidate exceed the marks obtained by him in external assessment by more than 15 percent, the marks obtained by him in internal assessment shall be brought down to that extent.

In order to improve the Class, a candidate shall be permitted to reappear at the external written examination for any subject or subjects, in subsequent attempts.

However, he/she shall not be permitted to improve his/her internal assessment class except as a regular student. If he/she seeks admission as a regular student, it shall be both for internal assessment work and external examination.

Terms shall be granted for each subject independently at the end of the semester. A candidate who fails to complete his/her terms successfully with respect to one or more subjects can complete the same during the semesters when the subjects are taught.

TERM VALID FOR SIX YEARS, IF GRANTED

INTERNAL ASSESSMENT

Work for internal assessment in each semester course shall comprise of :

WRITTEN WORK CARRYING 25 MARKS

Longish Term Paper 15 marks or 2 questions of 7 ½ marks each. Two Tests 10 marks (of 5 marks each).

ORAL WORK CARRYING 15 MARKS

Tutorial Discussion 10 marks. Oral Test 5 marks.

LONGISH TERM PAPER AND DISSERTATION

The students will have to complete a longish term paper or a project in lieu thereof for any two subjects.

As far as possible the contents of the longish term paper shall be the following depending upon the nature of the topic assigned :

Collection of relevant material Judicial, Legislative, Juristic, Comparative and international and/or otherwise.

Critical analysis and appreciation of this material. Proper citation of necessary reference consulted and relied upon. Empirical data when the LTP is non-doctrinal (field-visit).

For all semester the LTPs shall be submitted not later than stipulated date for submission as notified by the Principal.

The students are to make two typed/hand written copies of the longish term papers since the one submitted to the college will be retained by it as part of the record and will not be returned to the students.

In case of Dissertation three typed copies are to submitted, one to external referee, one with the Principal and one to the concerned teacher.

No candidate shall be allowed to publish the LTP / Dissertation :

submitted to the College, without prior written sanction of the Principal. The paper shall run into 3000 to 5000 words.

NATURE OF TOPICS OF LTP AND DISSERTATION

The topic shall relate to a specific area of enquiry.

While assigning the topic it shall be kept in view that sufficient material in libraries within reach of the student exists and/or the area of inquiry is suitable for field study. The topic would be so delimited that the student is required to go beyond the standard text books and to consult the reference material or conduct field study for preparing his/her paper/dissertation.

A list of topics or projects to be assigned to the students shall be prepared by the teacher of the subject concerned and sent to the Principal, within the stipulated date in each semester. The topics (titles) or projects of LTP/Dissertation shall be finalized with the approval of Principal.

These topics or projects or dissertation titles shall be communicated and assigned to the students at the beginning of each term by the teacher concerned. The student shall submit synopsis of all the above assignments to the concerned teacher who shall, approve the same before writing the final LTP

or dissertation. Any additional topic suggested by the students and approved by the teacher and the

Principal, can also be assigned. The candidate shall submit 3 monthly progress reports (typed) on the

work done by him/her to Principal through the concerned subject teacher.

PERIODIC WRITTEN TESTS

There shall be two periodic written tests for each subject in every semester.

The topic(s) for the test may be announced by the teacher concerned in advance.

The test shall be conducted by the College.

A detailed record of the test shall be maintained by the teacher concerned which can at any time be

examined by the Principal.

ORAL WORK

GROUP DISCUSSION AND SEMINARS

Group discussion and seminars shall be regularly held during the tutorial period on pre-assigned topics

or pre-prepared papers in consultation with the Principal. The college may arrange weekly seminars

for two hours.

A record of the same shall be maintained by the teacher concerned which can at any time be

scrutinized by the Principal.

ORAL TEST

ORAL TEST

There shall be one oral viva test towards the end of each semester for each subject.

The topic(s) for the test shall be assigned by the teacher concerned well in advance. Questions are to

be asked also on the LTP.

The oral test shall be conducted jointly by the teacher concerned and another person appointed by the

Principal from Faculty for about 15 minutes per student.

A record of the oral tests shall be maintained by the teacher concerned, which can at any time be

scrutinized by the Principal.

NOTWITHSTANDING what has been provided above regarding the components of internal assessment

work and the marks for each such component, a student shall have the choice to select any two

subjects in any semester for writing the long terms papers. For such subjects, for which he/she does

not choose to write the long term papers, He/she shall be required to appear the written tests as

prescribed, but those written test shall carry 12 ½ marks (5 + 7 ½ marks) each and such student would

be required to attempt two questions instead of one at each such test.

INTERNAL ASSESSMENT

The evaluation of internal assessment work shall be made with reference to the norms laid down below

NORMS FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF ORAL WORK IN ORDER OF PRIORITY

Participation

Grasp

Ready response

Expression

Presence

NORMS FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF WRITTEN WORK IN ORDER OF PRIORITY

Coverage of the subject matter

Arrangement and presentation

Nature of reference materials used

Critical appreciation and original contribution, if any.

POINTS TO BE COVERED IN THE TEACHER'S REPORT

Coverage of the subject matter under the topic.

Extent of critical appreciation of matter discussed.

Expression and presentation.

Nature of reference materials used and accuracy of citations.

Original contribution, if any.

The total performance of the student, in internal and external examination shall be shown separately

on the result sheet.

CONVERSION OF MARKS INTO CLASSES

70% and above Distinction

60% to 69% - First Class

55% to 59% - Higher Second Class

50% to 54% - Second Class

40% to 49% - Pass Class (for individual subject)

GENERAL OBJECTIVES OF LL.M. STUDIES (REGULAR)

To make the students aware of the conceptual basis, nature of the law and its formulation.

To familarise them with the basic principles underlying each course of study.

To acquaint them with the evolutionary processes of each law in the context of social, political,

economic and other factors.

Exposition of the subject matter in detail with the help of legislative, judicial and other materials,

TO INCULCATE THE CAPACITY TO

Interpret and evaluate law, legal processes and legal institutions.

Analyze fact situations and suggest probable legal solutions.

Evaluate societal needs, and suggest viable solutions through modification in the existing laws,

processes and institutions.

To familiarize the students with the use of the library and to develop the capacity to search and collect

reading and reference materials on a given topic.

To develop the capacity for coherent and reasoned expression.

To introduce them to research methodology and its practical application.

To train them in the writing of research papers/dissertations.

To train the students in skills for collection of empirical data and applying the law to practical situation

to study role of law in social change (practical ramification).

EXPECTATION OF STUDENT'S ATTAINMENT

The student shall be expected to exhibit:

Understanding of the basic Principles in each course.

Understanding of the basic Principles in each course.

Acquaintance with up-to date statutory, judicial and other materials.

Appreciation of leading juristic writings.

Coherent and reasoned expression.

Solution of given problems in the context of laws and principles.

Anticipation of legal solutions to evolve societal needs.

Capacity for critical appreciation of the materials studied, and ability for independent thinking.

Familiarity with the elementary rule of research methodology and practice in legal research and

writing. To understand practical implication and ramification of theoretical law with inter disciplinary

approach.

ATKT RULES

No student shall be allowed to take an admission and appear in the examination of LL.M. Semester III

unless he/she passes LL.M. Semester I in all the four papers with aggregate 50% marks and similarly no

student will be permitted to take an admission and appear in the examination of Semester IV unless

he/she passes LL.M. Semester II in all the four papers with aggregate 50% marks.

Evaluate societal needs, and suggest viable solutions through modification in the existing laws, processes and institutions.

COURSE STRUCTURE

COURSE STRUCTURE

(P(P..

G.

G.

COURSE)

COURSE)

LIST OF SUBJECTS OF LL. M. , - TWO YEAR COURSE :

First Year LL.M.

Semester 1

Semester 2

  • 1. Constitutional and Legal Order I

  • 1. Constitutional and Legal Order II

  • 2. Legal Theory and Feminist Jurisprudence I

  • 2. Legal Theory and Feminist Jurisprudence II

  • 3. Law, Social Transformation and Judicial Process in India I

  • 3. Law, Social Transformation and Judicial Process in India II

  • 4. Research Methods and Legal Education I

  • 4. Research Methodology and Legal Education II

 

Semester 3

Semester 4

1.

Criminal Law :

1

Criminal Law :

i.

Principles of Criminal Law and

  • i. Penology

Second Year LL.M.

Procedure

  • 2. Business Laws

ii. Criminology

 
  • i. Business Law

2.

Business law

  • 3. Sciences & Technology

i.

Law of Contracts

  • i. Biotechnology Law

ii.

Company Law

  • 4. Administrative Law

3.

Science & Technology

  • i. Comparative Administrative Law

i.

Medical Law

  • 5. Dissertation

ii.

Information Technology Law

 

4.

Administrative Law

i.

Administrative Process Nature and Scope

ii.

Administrative Process and Judicial Control

COLLEGE INFRASTRUCTURE & FACILITIES

LIBRARY AND LEGAL INFORMATION CENTRE

The library is the 'heart' of any academic institution and plays an important role in all academic activities and more so in law institutions. NLA library serves as the intellectual foundation for the students and faculty engaged in legal education and research. The library collection includes a comprehensive array of legal resources in both print and electronic forms as well as access to online law resources. The library is dedicated to provide expert services to the student community with legal research guidance and to look forward to assist students and researchers for their legal research.

The library is located at second floor of the NLA building with immense number of seating capacity. Library is automated and circulation of books is maintained with the help of barcode system. The library is automated using library module of VRIDDHI Software integrated campus management software). VRIDDHI Software integrates all the libraries through Intranet in Azam Campus and the OPAC of all the campus libraries can be searched at one terminal. Library has CCTV system to monitor activities of students and other patrons towards security and safety issue.

LIBRARY

LIBRARY

READING HALL

READING HALL

COLLEGE INFRASTRUCTURE && FFACILITIES

COLLEGE INFRASTRUCTURE

ACILITIES

BOOKS

The collection comprises over 6,000 documents including encyclopedias, commentaries, reference books, text books on various subjects like Jurisprudence and Legal Theory, Clinical and Legal Education, Legal Research, Professional Ethics, Law and Society, Family Law, International Law and Human Rights, Constitutional Law, Administrative Law, Cyber Law, Labour Law, Medical Law, Biotechnology Law, Environmental Law, Criminal Law, Law of Contracts, Torts,

REFERENCE SECTION

REFERENCE SECTION

Property Laws, Land Laws, Company Law, Banking Law, Judicial Process, Judicial Activism, Arbitration and Conciliation, Interpretation of Statutes and so on. In non-law section, library has books of Economics, Sociology, Political Science, English, Legal Language and History.

REFERENCE RESOURCES

The collection includes handbooks, general and legal dictionaries, legal encyclopedias like Halsbury's Laws of England, Halsbury's Laws of India, Manuals, Digests, and Index to Indian legal periodicals and other reference books.

LAW REPORTS

The College also subscribes a number of reports like All England Law Reports, All India Reporters, Arbitration Law Reporter, Accidents Claims Journal, Supreme Court Case, Company Cases, Income Tax Reports, Bombay Law Reporter, Maharashtra Law Journal, Labour Law Journal, Criminal Law Journal, Consumer Protection Judgments, Corporate Law Adviser, Patent and Trade Marks Cases, Divorce and Matrimonial Cases etc.

NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL JOURNALS

The college also subscribes various national and international journals including American Journal of International Law, Columbia Law Review, Harvard Law Review, Human Rights Law Review, Law Quarterly Review, Indian Bar Review, Indian Journal of Criminology and Criminalistics, Indian Journal of Human Rights, Indian Journal of International Law, Indian Journal of Political Science, Journal of English Language Teaching, Journal of India Law Institute, Journal of Intellectual Property Rights, Kashmir University Law Review, Nyaya Deep, Orient Journal of Law and Social Sciences, University News, etc. Most of the Reporters also include the Journal Section.

LIBRARY SERVICES & FACILITIES

  • A) ON LINE PUBLIC ACCESS CATALOGUE (OPAC)

Library has OPAC of its holdings and users can search database of books and journals through Title, Author, Subject, etc. OPAC also helps the users to search database of other college libraries in Azam Campus and the status of Books and other documents.

  • B) DIGITAL LIBRARY

Digital Library collection comprises text books, syllabi, question papers etc.

  • C) CIRCULATION (ISSUE/RETURN OF BOOKS)

Students may borrow books for home for 8 days as per details given below:

B.S.L. LL.B.,I & II Year: 2 Books at a time of their syllabus and one general book. LL.B. & B.S.L. LL.B.,(III Year onwards): 3 Books at a time.

LL. M. – 4 Books at a time.

  • D) REFERENCE SERVICE/ASSISTANCE

The Library provides both anticipatory and on-demand services for better utilization of information resources with maximum satisfaction of students and faculty. Reference and general queries from users are answered personally by the library staff. News paper clippings, display of new arrivals, display of notices and other useful information are main activities under Current Awareness Services. The library also organises books exhibition.

  • E) PHOTOCOPY SERVICE

Library provides photocopy and printouts service to the students at nominal charges.

  • F) INTER-LIBRARY LOAN

Library has an inter-library loan arrangement with all the college libraries in institutional membership of Jaykar Library, University of Pune.

  • G) ON-LINE DATABASES

Azam Campus and has

Library provides access to over 3,000 e-journals and 75,000 e-books of all subjects through N- LIST of INFLIBNET (UGC) and also has IP based access to www.manupatra.com to search database of Judgments of the Supreme Court and High Courts and other related legal resources. The library also has AIR Supreme Court Database 1950-2011 and CD of the Journal of the Indian Law Institute (1958 – 2011).

  • G) LIBRARY ORIENTATION PROGRAMME

At the beginning of every academic year, an orientation programme is organized in the Library for new students. Orientation programme includes library tour, familiarity with online resources, OPAC, reference and allied tools useful for legal research. Students are guided by the library staff to be familiar with the collection and its location within the library.

  • H) READING ROOM AND REFERENCE SECTION

Library has an excellent reading room with 112 comfortable chairs and tables with divider and a separate

reference section with seating capacity of 28.

The reading room remains open from 9 a.m. to 8.00 p.m.

There are 2 reading rooms separate for boys and girls which are common for all the students of Azam Campus and remain open till late night.

  • I) LIBRARY MEMBERSHIP

All the Library facilities are provided to the Library Members only and Library Membership is given on payment of refundable deposit of Rs. 500/-. This deposit continues for the entire course and will be refunded to the students after the completion of the full course.

COMPUTER INTERNET ROOM

Taking into consideration the importance of the use of the Internet into academics NLA provides for a full fledged air conditioned Computer Room for its students. All the Computers are connected to the internet with 256 kbps high speed with fiber optic lines.

HOSTEL

Separate Hostels are available to accommodate adequate number of

COMPUTER LAB

COMPUTER LAB

male and female students of the college For admission to hostel and further details students should contact the Rector at the Hostel office. Hostel Office : Phone : +91-20-26452040

RECREATION

For those who favour physical exercise, the college offers fairly decent V.M. Gany Sport Pavilion with all sports facilities in Azam camps. A football field, a basketball court, two volleyball/ throwball courts, a tennis court are some of the sporting facilities available in the campus. In addition to this, facilities for playing badminton,table tennis and other indoor games are also available to the students. The play ground has a running track of 800 Meters. There is also a well-equipped gym open from 6 am to 8 pm.

STUDENTS’ CLUB

The college has Students’ Club with the indoor games like carrom, chess and LCD TV. After studies students can refresh themselves by playing these games and watching TV. It also provides the students a platform to gather and share their views while playing.

CANTEEN

The canteen is run on a no-profit-no-loss basis and provides wholesome food in the afternoon (lunch) and eatables, and tea at other times.

BANK

An extension counter of Muslim Co-operative Bank is operating in the Campus of NLA.

MOOT COURT HALL

NLA has moot court hall in which moot court competitions are held regularly to enable the students to understand and get the experience of court proceedings. After giving proper training, students will be sent to attend national and international moot court competition.

FEES STRUCTURE

Note : Students are requested to contact the office or our website at www.nlapune.org for details of fees structure.

REFUND OF FEES ON CANCELLATION OF ADMISSION

Cancellation of admission if applied for within 10 days from the commencement of the academic year, 10% of tuition fee will be deducted and the remaining balance will be refunded. If cancellation is applied for within 15 days from the commencement of the academic year, only 75% of tuition fee will be refunded. If cancellation is applied for within 30 days from the commencement of the academic year, only 50% of tuition fee will be refunded. No fee will be refunded in case of admission after 30 days from the commencement of the academic year.

GIRLS’ HOSTEL

GIRLS’ HOSTEL

BOYS’ HOSTEL

BOYS’ HOSTEL

ASSEMBLY HALL FOR CONDUCTING SEMINARS

ASSEMBLY HALL FOR CONDUCTING SEMINARS

CANTEEN

CANTEEN

MOOT COURT HALL

MOOT COURT HALL

RESEARCH AND PUBLICATION TION CENTRE

RESEARCH AND PUBLICA

CENTRE

GOVERNMENT FEE CONCESSION

The students are entitled to receive the Government Fee concessions such as BC, EBC, PTC etc as per the Government norms. These eligible students shall be admitted on payment of required amount of fees to NLA at the time of admission. Such students are required to submit their applications (in proforma) and / or other essential documents in the academy office at the time of admission. This will enable the college to forward their cases to the concerned Govt. offices without any delay. It will also help student in getting the concession amount as early as possible.

COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIPS, FREE STUDENT SHIPS, STUDENT’S AID

The institution grants merit scholarship to merit students on the basis of their outstanding performance. Merit is determined on the basis of performance in examinations, regularity of attendance and participation in other academic activities of the institution. Financial aid under the STUDENTS AID FUND is given to deserving students on the basis of their regular attendance, tutorial work, good behaviour and progress during the term/semester.

OTHER ACTIVITIES

STUDY TOUR

The college conducts study tour to make a practical study of the history of the ancient and medieval kingdoms and to get the students acquainted with the cultural and legal system of various places & people.

NATIONAL SERVICE SCHEME (N.S.S. UNIT)

The college has one unit of National Service Scheme consists of fifty students. The purpose of N.S.S. is to develop national consciousness and a sense of social service among the students. The Prime motive of the National Service Scheme is to create a generation, which is unselfish, kind and dutiful. The volunteers of National Service Scheme will have occasions to render valuable service to the people in the nearby villages. The volunteers of N.S.S. work with the spirit of Education through community service.

RESEARCH AND PUBLICATION CENTRE

The college has an active Research and Publication centre, under which the following publications are made

  • 1. Journal of Minorities Rights.

  • 2. Legist- Student Magazine

‘JOURNAL OF MINORITIES RIGHTS’

The College publishes a “Journal of Minorities Rights”, a National half yearly journal with ISSN No.

2229-

  • 3663 to encourage research spirit among the Law Teachers, Advocates, Students and academicians

throughout the country. The Journal is committed to publish innovative research that speaks to theoretical

and empirical questions in law and society.

‘LEGIST’- STUDENT MAGAZINE

The Magazine gives an opportunity to the students to showcase their talents, inculcate writing skill, develop a research attitude and gain confidence amongst the students which will help them in continuing the 'Legacy of Excellence' in various fields by sharing their valuable views on different topics.

PROHIBITION OFOF RAGGING

PROHIBITION

RAGGING

Admission to NLA is subject to the requirement that the student will comply with the college

registration procedure and conditions of eligibility and will duly observe the provisions of the

Maharashtra Universities Act, 1994, norms laid down in Statutes, Ordinances, and Regulations of the

University of Pune, Govt. of Maharashtra, Bar Council of India and the Regulations of University Grants

Commission New Delhi regarding Prohibition of Ragging in Educational Institutions.

It is hereby notified to all the students of AKK New Law Academy (NLA) that,

  • 1. Ragging within or outside of the institution is strictly prohibited according to the Maharashtra Prohibition of Ragging Act, 1999.

  • 2. According to the Act, Ragging means teasing, abusing, Threatening or playing practical jokes on or causing hurt to such student or asking a student to do any act or perform something which such student will not in the ordinary course willingly do.

  • 3. Anti-ragging Committee and Anti-ragging Squad have been working in the institution and if any student is found indulged in ragging directly or indirectly by the members of the squad, strict action will be taken against that student, i.e. cancellation of his / her admission/rusticate / filing of Police Complaint etc.

ANTI RAGGING COMMITTEE - MEMBERS

NAMES OF THE MEMBERS

DESIGNATION

CONTACT NO.

Prof. Muzaffar Shaikh

Chairman, LMC

+91 - 9561071222

Dr. Rasheed Shaikh

Principal

020 - 26442068/ 9423023420

Mr. Moreshwar Kothawaade

Asst. Professor

+91 - 9921921101

Mr. Saleem Shaikh

Asst. Professor

+91 - 9922466244

Dr. Shweta Gupta

Asst. Professor

+91 - 9822501810

ANTI RAGGING SQUAD - MEMBERS

NAMES OF THE MEMBERS

DESIGNATION

CONTACT NO.

Prof. Muzaffar Shaikh

Chairman, LMC

+91 - 9561071222

Dr. Rasheed Shaikh

Principal

020 - 26442068 / 9423023420

Dr. Shweta Gupta

Asst. Professor

+91 - 9822501810

The above committee and squad have been constituted & working in this college as per the directions

of Hon’ble Supreme Court of India by its judgement and order dated 11-02-2009 in University of Kerla

V/s the council of Principals of College in Kerala and Others to prevent ragging in the

colleges/institutions.

RIGHT TTOO INFORMA

RIGHT

INFORMATION

TION ACT

ACT,, 2005

2005

Under Right to information Act 2005, the following persons have been designated as :

  • A. PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER

 

Sr. No.

Name of the Officer

Designation of the Officer

Contact No.

 
  • 1. Dr. Rasheed Shaikh

Principal A.K.K. New Law Academy, Pune

(O) 020-2644 2068 (F) 020-2643 5959

 
  • B. FIRST APPELLATE AUTHORITY

 
 
 

Sr. No.

Name of the Officer

Designation of the Officer

Contact No.

 
  • 1. Mr. Latif Magdum

Hon. Secretary M.C.E. Society, Pune

+91 - 92263 95736 (O) 020-2645 2040

RULES OF DISCIPLINE

Students must observe silence in the college premises. They must not loiter in the garden and passage and corridors after the classes have begun. They must read quietly in the Library and spend other spare time in such a way as not to cause disturbance to others.

Students must be punctual and regular in attendance with minimum of 75% attendance of lectures held. It is mandatory for students to attend all the Seminars, Symposia, Workshops, Legal Aid Camps, Guest Lecturer and Other Co-Curricular activities organised by College, failing which they will not be eligible to appear the examination.

No society or association of the students will be started without the previous permission of the principal. No person shall be invited to address or entertain the students of the college without the previous permission of the Principal.

Every student shall undertake to abide by Ordinance No. 157 of University of Pune pertaining to maintenance of discipline and good conduct by students, as provided for under Ordinances framed under the Maharashtra Universities Act or such other laws in force.

Every student of the college is provided an identity card. He/She should always carry it with him/her in and outside the college and should produce it whenever called upon to do so by the relevant authorities. No student of the college should travel without his/her identity card. Every candidate for the examination shall produce this card at time of university examination.

The students are bound by all the rules and regulations laid down by the college from time to time. Any matter not expressly provided for in these rules shall vest at the absolute decision of the Principal who also reserves the right of modifying these rules as and when felt necessary.

To safeguard its ideals of character and personal behavior, the college reserves the right to expel any student at anytime for any reason deemed sufficient by the Principal as misbehavior in the institute.

The Principal reserves the right to remove from the rolls the name of any student for failure to pay the college dues in time.

Students are required to read the notices put up on the notice boards of the college. The college shall not accept any responsibility for any loss / damage incurred by a student owing to his / her failure to read the

notice in time.

Smoking, Chewing Pans, Gutkha, Tobacco, (Alcohol) and use of ‘Drugs’ are strictly premises of the college.

prohibited in the

Any one found indulging in ragging in any form within or outside the college should be instantly expelled from the college and action will be initiated as per relevant act, statutes passed by Govt/ University of Pune.

Students are required to show due regard for the rights and property of the college. Any students found guilty of tampering / damaging the property, fixtures, equipments, furniture, books, buildings, vehicles etc. in the college or its sister institutions shall be punishable and might be liable for expulsion from the institute.

Remember, No Donation or Capitation fee(s) are required to be paid for admission to any course(s) offered by New Law Academy, Pune. All students aspiring for admission are therefore cautioned against falling prey to any such assurance /offer by any individual or outside agency.

It is the students’ responsibility to be known and familiar with the latest rules, information and regulations of University of Pune relating to their academic and connected matters, in case of any dispute, Ignorance of rules and regulations can not be used as excuse.

M.C.E. SOCIETY GOVERNING BOARD

Mr. P. A. Inamdar

President

Mrs. Abeda Inamdar

Vice President

Mr. Latif Magdum

Secretary

Mr.

Shaikh Muzaffar Peer Mohd.

Treasurer

Mr. Irfan J. Shaikh

Jt. Secretary

Mr. Quadeer Abdul Qureshi

Jt Secretary

Mr. Mohd Iashque Shaikh Sharfuddin

Member

Mr. Majeed Usman Dawood

Member

Mr. Baig Abdul Haq A. Kader

Member

Mr. Iqbal Ajbar Mulani

Member

Mr. Sayed Ali Raza Inamdar

Member

Mr. Abbas Ismail Shaikh

Member

LOCAL MANAGING COMMITTEE

   

Prof. Shaikh Muzaffar Peer Mohd.

Chairman

Mrs. Abeda Inamdar

Member

Dr. Shweta Gupta

Mr. Shaikh Abbas Ismial

Member

Dr. Rasheed Shaikh

Principal & Member

Mr. Moreshwar Kothawade

Rep. Teaching Staff

Secretary

Mr. Intekab Alam

Rep. Teaching

Staff

Rep. Teaching Staff

Mr. Ataashraf Shaikh

Rep. Non-Teaching Staff

NOTE Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of information contained in this Prospectus, but the A.K.K. New Law Academy (NLA) can accept no responsibility for errors or omissions. This Prospectus is informational and should not be taken as binding on this institution. NLA reserves the right in every case at its discretion and for any reason to introduce changes to the information given including the addition, withdrawal or restructuring of the courses, rules, policies, fees, or other matters. The prospectus is issued on the express condition that it shall not form part of any contract between NLA and any student. NLA reserves the right to deny admission to a prospective student, if NLA authorities consider that it will affect the discipline and violate the academic integrity and students code of conduct in the campus.

 

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A A .K.K. L L A A W W ACADEMY NEW ACADEMY , , PUNE PUNE

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(Aided by Government of Maharashtra,

Permanently Affiliated to University of Pune, Approved by the Bar Council of India & NAAC Accredited ‘B’ Grade)

2390-B, K.B. Hidayatullah Road, Azam Campus,Camp, Pune 411 001. Tel. : 020 2644 2068, Fax : 020 2643 5959 Email : principal@nlapune.org, Web : www.nlapune.org