› › A. The eligibility criteria for admission to LL.B. Degree course are as follows:-

For General and Other Backward Classes (OBC) candidates, Graduate/Post- Graduate Degree from the University of Delhi or any other Indian or Foreign University recognized as equivalent by the University of Delhi with at least 50% marks or an equivalent grade point in the aggregate in either of them. However, the cut off marks for admission of OBC candidates shall be up to 10% less than the marks notified for general candidates in the Entrance Test.

For Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe (SC/ST) candidates, a Graduate/Post- GraduateDegree from the University of Delhi or any other Indian or Foreign University recognized as equivalent by the University of Delhi.

Relaxation of 5% marks in the minimum eligibility prescribed for general candidates willbe allowed to widows/wards of ex-servicemen/serving personnel (CW) category.

Relaxation of up to 5% marks in the minimum eligibility prescribed for general candidates will be allowed to the candidates belonging to physically handicapped (PH) category on therecommendations of the Medical Board as per the prescribed procedure.

The candidates securing marks prescribed above or appearing in the qualifying Degree examination or awaiting the results of any such examination are eligible to appear in the LL.B. Entrance Test 2013 but the admission will depend on their securing the minimum prescribed eligibility marks.

Rounding of a fraction of marks is not allowed.

No candidate on the rolls of LL.B. or who is otherwise ineligible to be admitted to LL.B. course shall be allowed to appear in the LL.B. Entrance Test 2013.


  • Q.What is the duration of the LL.B. Program?
  • › › A. The LL.B. Program is a full time program of 3 years, divided into 6 Semesters.

  • Q.What are the semester wise examinations that I am supposed to write?

› › A. The following shall be the subjects and courses of study for the examinations:-

› LL.B. I Term Examination:

Compulsory Subjects:

(i) LB-101 : Elements of Indian Legal System (Growth of Constitutional Government and Rule of Law with special reference to India)

(ii) LB-102 : Principles of Contract (General Principles)

(iii) LB-103 : Law of Torts (Nature, General Principles, General Defences and Specific Torts)

(iv) LB-104 : Criminal Law- I (Specific Crimes)

(v) LB-105 : Family Law-I (Hindu Law of Marriage, Adoption & Maintenance, Minority and Guardianship, Muslim Law of Marriage, Divorce and Dower & Acknowledgement of Paternity, Wakfs and Endowments)

› LL.B. II Term Examination:

Compulsory Subjects:

(i) LB-201 : Law of Evidence

(ii) LB-202 : Family Law-II (Hindu Law of Joint Family, Partition, Gifts and Wills, Muslim Law ofGifts & Wills, Hindu Succession Act and General Principles of Inheritance underMuslim Law)

(iii)LB-203 : Criminal Law-II (General Principles and Criminal Procedure)

(iv) LB-204 : Property Law

(v) LB-205 : Public International Law-I (Law of Peace)

› LL.B. III Term Examination:

Compulsory Subjects:

(i) LB-301 : Constitutional Law-I (Distribution of powers between the Union and States, Freedom of trade, commerce and intercourse, Union and State executive, Parliament and StateLegislatures, Judiciary and Emergency)

(ii) LB-302 : Limitation and Arbitration

Optional Subjects: (Opt any three of the following)

(i) LB-3031 : BusinessAssociation-I (Partnership andAgency)

(ii) LB-3032 : Labour Law-I (Trade Unions Act, Industrial Disputes Act excluding principles of industrial adjudication relating to procedure for taking disciplinary action and principles of fixation of wages including various allowances and retirement and other benefits foremployees)

(iii) LB-3033 : Taxation-I (Income Tax)

(iv) LB-3034 : Private International Law

(v) LB-3035 : Law of Carriage

(vi) LB-3036 : Public International Law-II (Settlement of Disputes and International HumanitarianLaw).

› LL.B. IV Term Examination:

Compulsory Subjects:

(i) LB-401 : Constitutional Law-II (Fundamental Rights, Fundamental Duties, Directive Principlesof State Policy, Civil Servants,Amendment of the Constitution)

(ii)LB-402 : Administrative Law

Optional Subjects: (Opt any three of the following)

(i) LB-4031: BusinessAssociation-II (Company Law)

(ii) LB-4032 : Labour Law-II (The Industrial Disputes Act provisions not included in Labour Law-I;the Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act; the Payment of Bonus Act; theMinimum Wages Act; the Workmen’s Compensation Act; the Employees’ StateInsurance Act and the Factories Act))

(iii) LB-4033 : Taxation-II (The Wealth Tax and provisions of the Income Tax Act not covered inTaxation-I)

(iv) LB-4034 : Law and Poverty (An examination of the relationship between law and the status ofpoverty; Examples of legal problems of the poor would be studied with reference tolegislative attempts to alleviate the condition of poverty, methods of legal redress ingovernmental administration and administration of justice. A primary focus of thecourse would be on problems faced by the poor as litigants and as consumers)

(v) LB-4035 : Commercial Transactions (Sale of Goods, Consumer Protection)

(vi) LB-4036 : Criminology.

(vii) LB-4037 : Gender Justice

(viii) LB-4038 : Intellectual Property Law - I (General Principles, Enforcement and Abuse of IPRs,International Conventions, Law of Trade Marks, Domain Names, GeographicalIndications and Designs).

› LL.B. V Term Examination:

Compulsory Subjects:

(i) LB-501 : Civil Procedure

(ii) LB-502 : Jurisprudence- I (Theory of Law)

Optional Subjects: (Opt any three of the following)

(i) LB-5031 : Military Law (Martial Law governingArmed Forces in India)

(ii) LB-5032 : Business Regulation

(iii) LB-5033 : Rent Control and Slum Clearance)

(iv) LB-5034 : Intellectual Property Law-II (Copyright and Neighbouring Rights, Law of Patents, Law of Plant Varieties and Farmers’ Rights, Traditional Knowledge, ConfidentialInformation and Integrated Circuits)

(v) LB-5035 : International Institutions

(vi) LB-5036 : International Trade Law

(vii) LB-5037 : Environmental Law.

› LL.B. VI Term Examination:

Compulsory Subjects:

(i) LB-601 : Professional Ethics, Pleadings, Conveyancing and Moot Courts

(ii) LB-602 : Jurisprudence-II (Concepts)

(iii) LB-603 : Minor Acts and Supreme Court Rules (Minor Acts will include the Court-fees Act, theSuits ValuationAct, the StampsAct and the RegistrationAct)

Optional Subjects: (Opt any three of the following)

(i) LB-6041: Interpretation of Statutes

(ii) LB-6042 : Negotiable Instruments, Banking and Insurance

(iii) LB-6043 : Legislative Drafting

(iv) LB-6044 : Law relating to Elections

(v) LB-6045 : Comparative Law

(vi) LB-6046 : Law of Insolvency

(vii) LB-6047 : Clinical Legal Education and Practical Training for the Profession of Law

(viii) LB-6048 : Human Rights.

  • Q.Can I change my Optional Subjects?
  • › › A. No student shall be allowed to change his/her option of a subject except during the first week of commencement of teaching.


  • Q.What is the fee structure of the LL.B. Course?

› › A. detailed bifurcation of the semester wise fee can be found on the following link:

  • Q. Can I go through the Prospectus (Bulletin of Information) online?

› › A. The Prospectus can be viewed on the following link.

  • Q. When does the session start?

› › A. The I/III/V Semesters commence in July, and the II/IV/VI Semesters commence in January.


  • Q.Does the Centre have a Parking Lot?

› › A. The Centre has adequate parking space within the premises of Atma Ram Sanatan Dharma College to suit the students commuting by cars/two-wheelers/motorcycles etc.

  • Q. Is there a Canteen inside the Campus?

› › A. There is a Canteen located in the Centre, which has a variety of dishes to offer. From South Indian to Continental, All priced at very economical rates.

  • Q.Is there any playing area inside the Centre?

› › A.A There is a huge playground right next to the parking lot. Students can play Cricket, Football, Badminton etc without any objections.

  • Q.Does the Centre have a Library?

› › A. The Centre has a decent Library consisting of Books on all subjects of Law and other important material for Research Purposes. It is well furnished and provides a quiet and comfortable atmosphere for students. Various plans are being formulated and the same shall soon be transformed into a computerized one.

  • Q.What about other course related material?

› › A. Case materials are provided to the students which comprises of the relevant cases chosen by the teachers for every subject in each of the semesters. The case material provides comprehensive and exhaustive data which is pretty helpful in the examinations.

  • Q.Where are other meetings and group discussions held?

› › A. The Centre has a well-furnished Seminar Room and can accommodate upto 100 students at one time..


  • Q. What should I look forward to other than academics?

› › A. Moot Court: Various intra-class and intra-college Mooting Sessions/Competitions are held occasionally. The Staff and Faculty never hesitate to help the participants. Imminent Lawyers and other Legal Personnel also grace these occasions with their presence and Judge the participants based on their skills. at one time..

Debating: Inter-class Debating Competitions are organised in the Seminar Room.

Sports: The centre has a huge ground, Badminton court, Basket Ball court and provision for other outdoor sports.