PO1. To study law in the context of Humanities and Social Sciences to groom students to respond to governance, administration, and Human behavior.
PO2. To lead and shape social and public enterprises such as State, Community organizations, and social enterprises.
PO3. To learn the law profoundly in response to contemporary developments along with having hands-on experience in legal knowledge and skills in a value framework in fast-changing India, set in a deglobalizing world.
PO4. Students will derive the dual benefit of exposure to the concepts of humanities together with knowledge of the law.
PO5. Students will be enriched with comprehensive theoretical and practical knowledge of indigenous as well as foreign legal traditions, lawyering skills, and research to meet contemporary challenges.
PO6. Students will develop a sense of responsibility to serve society through their professional skills in advocacy, judicial, and other legal services.
PO7. Students will be prepared as lawyers of tomorrow for handling legal issues that are not only restricted to the national boundaries, but also cutting across complex cross-border transactions, by developing legal skills in core areas, such as Civil Laws, Criminal Laws, and Business Laws.
PO8. Students will be able to develop a base of legal excellence with international and indigenous understanding.


PEO1. Investigate and clarify the substantive and procedural laws that are formed or drafted, as well as how pupils perceive and comprehend the legislative structure and use it to solve problems.
PEO2. Ability to learn the art of communicating and demonstrating their oral advocacy skills, projecting the facts in the way suitable to the client and ability to convince on legal reasoning forms the essence of communication in courts of law.
PEO3. Applying laws and regulations to social issues and problems can help discover answers. Interpret and analyse the legal and social difficulties.
PEO4. Inculcate values of Rights and Duties and conceptual clarity and transfer these values to real life through drafting of legal and judicial process for promoting community welfare by way of effective drafting skills.
PEO5. Apply ethical principles and commit to legal professional ethics, responsibilities and norms of the established legal practices.

The teaching methods adopted for the Degree programme are such as to promote multi-disciplinary enquiry and practical appreciation of problems. The method of teaching involves lectures, discussions, case studies, Moot Courts and project works. An innovative feature of teaching method followed by the School of Law and Justice is dialectic method of mooting and debating. This is particularly useful for the multidisciplinary analysis of socio-legal problems and development of legal acumen and skill.

There is a high degree of interaction between the students and the teachers in the classroom. This is largely facilitated by the fact that at the commencement of the Semester, each student is given a set of reading materials containing the course outline, teaching plan, reading lists and a fairly large volume of study materials in respect of each course. They consist of case studies, judicial decisions, articles and excerpts from reports.

With this material, the students are expected to come prepared for the classes and actively participate in classroom discussions.

Faculty at the School of Law and Justice are very accessible. With an excellent faculty-student ratio, the School of Law and Justice provides an exciting opportunity for the students to interact with their teachers.

Beyond exchanges between students and faculty in the classroom, there are more formal means of communication aimed at improving the class experience and study life. At the end of each Semester, the students are expected to complete an evaluation of the courses undertaken by them in that Semester. The extensive comments on the teaching, reading materials, availability for consultation, etc., in these evaluation forms are taken seriously by the faculty so that they can more accurately identify students’ concerns especially in courses that are taught for the first time.

The courses on Clinical Legal Education are taught by integrating classroom teaching with simulation exercises. Efforts are being made to expose students to court realities.

Project assignment is another component of each course that requires both literatures and field investigation. These methods help in improving research skills, analytical ability as well as the communication skills of the students.

Minimum 60% aggregate in 10 +2 or equivalent from any recognized board/ CLAT qualified.

Duration (in Year): 5

Admission Procedure
Admission to the course will take place in terms of the Admission Notification issued by the University every year before the commencement of the academic session. Selection for admission to the course will be based on the eligibility criteria, performance in the entrance exam and also on the policy of reservation, if any, as indicated in the admission notification.

Appropriate Scholarship ranging from 20% to 75% of Tuition Fees on the basis of different parameters including result of the eligibility qualifications, performance in admission test etc. as per policy of the University, may be sanctioned for the deserving candidates.

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