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Foundation/Compulsory Course.


The course structure/curriculum for One-Year LL.M. shall have the following components:

  • Foundation/Compulsory Papers (3 papers of three credits each)
  • Optional/Specialization Papers (6 papers of two credits each)
  • Dissertation (three credits)
LL.M. Research Methodology
LL.M. Comparative Public Law
LL.M. Law and Justice in a Globalizing World
Optional Papers

International and Comparative Law

Constitutional and Administrative Law

Corporate and Commercial Law

Criminal and Security Law

Family and Social Security Law

Legal Pedagogy and Research

International Organizations

Centre-State Relations and Constitutional Governance

Competition Law

Criminal and Security Law

Law relating to Marriage and Separation

Law and Development

International Economic Law

Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles

Bankruptcy Law


Uniform Civil Code

Ideas of Justice and Justice Education

International Human Rights Law

Local Self-Government & Federal Governance

Laws on Securities and Financial Markets

Criminal Justice and Human Rights

Law of Inheritance and Succession

Educational Psychology and Adult Learning

Comparative Law

Police and Security Administration

Investment Law

National Security and Regional Co-operation

Child Rights and Protection

Curriculum Planning and Teaching Plans Development

Conflict of Laws/Private International Law

Administrative Law

Banking and Insurance Law

International Criminal Law

Religion and Family Law

Legal Clinics and Clinical Methodology

International Humanitarian Law

Media Law

Labour/Employment Law

Police Law and Administration

Labour and Employment Law

Supervision and Evaluation of Student Performance

Telecommunications Law

International Criminal Law

Minorities Law

Company Law

Sentences and Sentencing

Rights of Women and their Protection

Co-curricular Programmes and Law School Management

Air and Space Law

Religion, Diversity and the Law

International Trade Law

Corporate Crimes/White Collar Crimes

Agriculture and Rural Development Law

Legal Research and Writing

Environmental Law

Educational Law

Intellectual Property Law

Cyber Crime & Cyber Security

Health Law

Copyright Law and Promotion of Scholarship

Public Policy Development

Public International Law


International Dispute Settlement

Health Law

Corporate Social Responsibility

Cross Border Organized Crime






Disaster Management law

Science, Technology and Law


Education Law

Global Administrative Law

Global Administrative Law

Housing and Urban Development

Cyber Law


Infrastructure Law

Environment Law

Law, Religion and Culture




Transportation Law

Commercial Arbitration

Forest Law



Legal Profession and Social Justice

NOTE: University is currently offering specializations in Constitutional & Administrative Law and Criminal & Security Law only.