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HALDIA LAW COLLEGE

HALDIA LAW COLLEGE
(An Institution of ICARE)
Dr. B. R. Ambedkar Bhaban, City Centre, Haldia Dist. Purba Medinipur
Phone (03224) 255355/ 255356

The College, an institution of Indian Centre for Advancement of Research and Education (ICARE) is affiliated to Vidyasagar University and approved by the Bar Council of India. The main object of establishing HLC is to produce new generation lawyers by providing quality legal education through innovative pedagogic techniques. HLC keeps pace with the fastchanging technology and the on-going process of globalisation by providing the scope of in-depth research in the interactive dimensions of law, economics and society. The Law College at Haldia is surrounded by the Engineering College, Paramedical College and Marine Science Institute of ICARE and thus provides the most perfect and congenial atmosphere for inter-disciplinary studies in Law, in its real sense.

The College is offering a Five-Year Integrated B.A.LL.B. (Hons.) Course and a Three-Year LL.B. Course. A student of Five-Year Integrated B.A.LL.B. (Hons.) Course during the course of his/her studies at the College is exposed to sixty different branches of law and whereas a student of Three-Year Course takes thirty-six subjects. The highly innovative curriculum followed by the College not only adheres to the recommendations of the Bar Council of India but it includes papers which go well with the ground reality of Haldia like, Marine Environment and Law, Port Management and Law.

The unique feature of Haldia is that it represents the glimpse of both industrially developed and rural India and thus provides an amiable environment for understanding the real predicaments of the Indian Society and learning the discourse of law from the social as well as commercial Standpoint.

The faculty of the College ensures personal attention and care of the students. We, in our College, maintain absolute transparency – any member of the public is allowed to step into our class-ßroom and even allowed to participate in the discussion that is being taking place. The College also follows a non-traditional and continuous system of evaluation which endeavours to assess the performance of a student from the day when he/she steps into the College so that examination does not become a mere test of memory.

Syllabus of 5 yrs. LL.B. course

Semester I

  1. Paper I Legal Informatics, Languages and Methods.
  2. Paper II Contact 1 [General Principals of Contract and Specific Relief]
  3. Paper III History of Courts, Legislature and Legal Profession in India
  4. Paper IV Political Science 1
  5. Paper V English 1
  6. Paper VI Sociology

Semester II

  1. Paper VII Family Law I
  2. Paper VIII Economics
  3. Paper IX General History
  4. Paper X Political Science II
  5. Paper XI English II
  6. Paper XII :Law of Tort and Consumer Protection

Semester III

  1. Paper XIII Political Science III
  2. Paper XIV Law and Child
  3. Paper XV Contract II (Specific Contracts, Partnership and Sale of Goods)
  4. Paper XVI Law of Crimes
  5. Paper XVII Criminal Procedure I
  6. Paper XVIII Seminar Course on any one of the following areas
  7. • i.) Implementation of Human Rights Standards
  8. • ii.) Public Health Law

Semester IV

  1. Paper XIX Property Law
  2. Paper XX Family Law II
  3. Paper XXI Law of Evidence
  4. Paper XXII Constitutional Law
  5. Paper XXIII Civil Procedure I
  6. Paper XXIV Seminer Course on any one of the following areas
  7. • i.) Law and Development
  8. • ii.) Media and Entertainment Law

Semester V

  1. Paper XXV Gender Justice
  2. Paper XXVI Judicial Power and Judicial Process
  3. Paper XXVII Criminal Procedure II
  4. Paper XXVIII Public International Law
  5. Paper XXIX Jurisprudence and Legal Theory
  6. Paper XXX Seminar course on any one of the following areas
  7. •  Law and literature
  8. •  Law and Medicine
  9. •  Socio- Economic Offences

Semester VI

  1. Paper XXXI Civil Procedure II
  2. Paper XXXII Land System and Land Laws
  3. Paper XXXIII Company Law I
  4. Paper XXXIV Intellectual Property Law
  5. Paper XXXV Labour Laws
  6. Paper XXXVI Seminar Course on any one of the following areas
  7. •  Nautical Resource Management and Law
  8. •  Sports Law
  9. •  Law and Disaster Management

Semester VII

  1. Paper XXXVII Interpretation of Status
  2. Paper XXXVIII Law Relating to Cyber Space and Information Technology
  3. Paper XXXIX Administrative Law
  4. Paper XL Taxation Laws
  5. Paper XLI Company Law II
  6. Paper XLII Seminar Course on any one of the following areas
  7. •  Port Management and Law
  8. •  Law and the Disabled
  9. •  Criminology and Penology
  10. •  Law, Management and Accountancy

Semester VIII

  1. Paper XLIII International Economic law
  2. Paper XLIV Arbitration, Conciliation and Alternative Dispute Resolution System
  3. Paper XLV Law of Insurance
  4. Paper XLVI Banking Laws including Negotiable Instruments Act
  5. Paper XLVII Environmental Law
  6. Paper XLVIII Seminar Course on any one of the following areas
  7. •  Law and Psychology
  8. •  Law and Economics
  9. •  Trusts and religious Endowments

Semester IX

  1. Paper XLIX Investment and Security Law
  2. Paper L Maritime Law
  3. Paper LI Corporate Finance
  4. Paper LII Conflict of Laws
  5. Paper LIII Law and Public Servant
  6. Paper LIV Seminar Course on any one of the following areas
  7. •  Antitrust, Monopoly and Law
  8. •  Marine Environment and law
  9. •  Educational Process, Planning and the Law

Semester X

  1. Paper LV &
  2. Paper LVI Two Seminar Courses from the following
  3. •  Air and Space Law
  4. •  Computer law
  5. •  Takeover of Companies
  6. •  Artificial Intelligence and the Patent System
  7. •  Philosophy and Law
  8. •  Democracy, Election Processes and Law
  9. •  Agriculture and World Trade
  10. •  Antidumping Practices and World Trade
  11. •  Indigenous People and Intellectual property
  12. •  Biotechnology and Law
  13. Paper LVII Moot Court, Preparations and Participation in Trial Proceedings
  14. Paper LVIII Drafting, Pleading and Convincing
  15. Paper LIX Professional Ethics, Accountancy for Lawyers and Bar Bench
  16. Relations
  17. Paper LX Public Interest Lawyering, Legal Aid and Paralegal Services

Syllabus of 3 yrs. LL.B. course

The Curriculum of Studies for the Three-Year LL.B. Course shall consist of thirty six Papers of one hundred marks each. The course outline is given below:

Semester I

  1. Paper I Legal Informatics, Legal Methods Languages and Legal Languages
  2. Paper II Contract I [General Principles of Contract (Section 1 to 75) and Specific Relief]
  3. Paper III History of Courts, Legislature and Legal Profession in India
  4. Paper IV Law of Tort and Consumer Protection
  5. Paper V Family Law I
  6. Paper VI Constitutional Law

Semester II

  1. Paper VII Environmental Law (including Laws For the Protection of the Wild Life and Other Living Creatures including Animal Welfare)
  2. Paper VIII Contract II (Specific Contracts, Partnership and Sale of Goods)
  3. Paper IX Property Law including Transfer of Property Act and Easement Act
  4. Paper X Human Rights and International Law
  5. Paper XI Administrative Law
  6. Paper XII Law of Crimes

Semester III

  1. Paper XIII Criminal Procedure Code, Juvenile Justice Act and Probation of Offenders Act
  2. Paper XIV Company Law
  3. Paper XV Family Law II
  4. Paper XVI Interpretation of Statutes
  5. Paper XVII Land System and Land Laws
  6. Paper XVIII Seminar Course on any one of the following areas
    (i) Antitrust, Monopoly and Law
    (ii) Criminology and Penology
    (iii) Law and Medicine
    (iv) Refugee Law

Semester IV

  1. Paper XIX International Economic Law
  2. Paper XX Law Relating to Cyber Space and Information Technology
  3. Paper XXI Jurisprudence and Legal Theory
  4. Paper XXII Civil Procedure Code and Limitation Act
  5. Paper XXIII Taxation Laws
  6. Paper XXIV Seminar Course on any one of the following areas
    (i) Air and Space Law
    (ii) Law and Economics
    (iii) Media and Entertainment Law
    (iv) Agriculture and World Trade

Semester V

  1. Paper XXV Arbitration, Conciliation and Alternative Dispute Resolution
  2. Paper XXVI Law of Evidence
  3. Paper XXVII Intellectual Property Law
  4. Paper XXVIII Labour Law
  5. Paper XXIX Banking Laws including Negotiable Instruments Act
  6. Paper XXX Seminar Paper on any one of the following areas
    (i) Conflict of Laws
    (ii) Security and Investment Law
    (iii) Biotechnology and Law
    (iv) Computer Law

Semester VI

  1. Paper XXXI Law of Insurance
  2. Paper XXXII Seminar Paper on any one of the following areas
    (i) Takeover of Companies
    (ii) Antidumping Practices and World Trade
    (iii) Law, Management and Accountancy
    (iv) Socio- Economic Offences

PRACTICAL PAPERS

  1. Paper XXXIII Moot Court, Preparations and Participation in Trial Proceedings
  2. Paper XXXIV Drafting, Pleading and Conveyancing
  3. Paper XXXV Professional Ethics, Accountancy for Lawyers and Bar Bench Relations
  4. Paper XXXVI Public Interest Lawyering, Legal Aid and Paralegal Services

Intake Capacity

  1. 5 yrs. Integrated B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) - 160 nos. (Session July in every year)
  2. 3 yrs. LL.B. – 160 nos. (Session January in every year)

FEES

During Admission

1 . Admission Fee - Rs. 1,000/-(One Time)

2. Caution Deposit for Library - Rs. 2,000/-(Refundable)

Half-Yearly Fees

1 .Tuition Fee. - Rs. 12,000/-

2. Development Fee - Rs. 2,000/-

3. Semester Fee - Rs. 500/-

4. Uniform Charge - Rs. 500/-

Total - Rs. 15,000/-

Annual Fees

  1. Tuition Fees - Rs.24,000/-
  2. Development Fees - Rs. 4000/-
  3. Semester Fees - Rs. 1,000/-
  4. Uniform Charge - Rs. 1,000/-(Two set)

Total - Rs. 30,000/-

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