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Master of Law (LLM)
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2 Academic Years - 4 Semesters
Faculty / School / Department / Center offering the course
Facility of Law
Intake / Seats
10 Seats for each of the five branches
Eligibility Criteria / Entry Requirements
Candidates seeking admission to LL.M Degree under Semester Scheme should have passed the LL.B Degree of the Bangalore University of any other recognized University having secured 45% in the aggregate of 3 year / 5 year LL.B Degree Examinations and also must have secured 50% marks in the subject of specialization. A weightage of 5 percent of marks shall be given to the candidates belonging to scheduled caste and scheduled tribes.
Mode of Admission
There shall be a common written test and Viva-voce for all the eligible candidates for deciding the admission to the course. There shall be 100 marks (one hundred for the test, out of which 50 marks (fifty) shall be allotted to the marks obtained in the LL.B Degree Examination. 30 marks for the written test and 20 marks for viva-voce. The candidate shall secure not less than 40% of marks in the aggregate of written test and Viva-voce for the purpose of selection to the semester course.
Criminal Law, Business Law, Labour, Capital and Law, Environment and Legal order, Constitution and Legal order
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Law Topics: Administrative Law ~ Alternative Dispute Resolution ~ Company Law ~ Constitutional Law ~ Contract Law ~ Criminal Law ~ Civil Procedure ~ Environmental Law ~ Family Law ~ Human Rights ~ Industrial Law ~ Intellectual Property ~ International Law ~ Jurisprudence ~ Law of Evidence
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