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JSS LAW COLLEGE AUTONOMOUS
B.A.,LL.B (Hons.) SUBJECTS LIST AR SCHEME 2016-17
Semester Course Subjects Subject Code
KANNADA / SPECIAL ENGLISH
CONTRACT - I (GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF CONTRACT)
LAW OF TORTS
POLITICAL SCIENCE - I (POLITICAL THOUGHT
HISTORY - I
ENGLISH AND LEGAL LANGUAGE
CONTRACT - II (SPECIAL CONTRACTS)
POLITICAL SCIENCE - II (FOUNDATION OF
HISTORY-II (HISTORY OF COURTS)
ECONOMICS-I (PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS)
CONSTITUTIONAL LAW - I (CONSTITUTIONAL
FEATURES AND PRINCIPLES)
LAW OF CONSUMER PROTECTION
SOCIOLOGY - I (PRINCIPLES OF SOCIOLOGY)
POLITICAL SCIENCE - III (INTERNATIONAL
ECONOMICS - II (ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN
CONSTITUTIONAL LAW - II (CONSTITUTIONAL
PSYCHOLOGY OF CRIME
LOCAL SELF GOVERNMENT
SOCIOLOGY - II (INDIAN SOCIETY)
ECONOMICS - III (MONEY AND PUBLIC FINANCE)
FAMILY LAW - I (HINDU LAW)
LAW OF CRIMES
PUBLIC HEALTH LAW
LAW OF BANKING
LAW AND AGRICULTURE
LAW OF INSURANCE
FAMILY LAW - II (MOHAMMEDAN LAW AND INDIAN
LAW ON INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT
INTERNATIONAL TRADE LAW
CIVIL PROCEDURE CODE AND LIMITATION ACT
TRANSFER OF PROPERTY LAW
MEDIA AND LAW
RIGHT TO INFORMATION AND INFORMATION
LAW OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
LAW OF TAXATION
LAW OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE
INTERPRETATION OF STATUTES
LAW OF ENVIRONMENT
LABOUR WELFARE LEGISLATIONS
PRINCIPLES OF LEGISLATIVE DRAFTING
CLINIC I: DRAFTING, PLEADING AND CONVEYANCE
CLINIC II: PROFESSIONAL ETHICS AND
PROFESSIONAL ACCOUNTING SYSTEM
PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW & HUMAN RIGHTS
LAW OF EVIDENCE
CLINIC III: ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION
CLINIC IV: LITIGATION ADVOCACY AND INTERNSHIP
I SEMESTER COURSE I
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COURSE I SPECIAL ENGLISH
Course Objectives: One of the significant aspects of introducing Special English is to develop general linguistic abilities such as listening, reading and communication and the ability to comprehend documents. It also aims at honing the skills of advocacy, argumentation, writing etc., The content of the subject is framed to train the students increase their vocabulary,in the proper use of sentence linkers, introduce them to legal terms etc., There is also a scope for the enhancement of the creative ability of a student. The syllabus also has a prescribed text Roses in December An Autobiography by M.C. Chagla, where in the students are given training not only in reading and comprehension but also learning from the experiences of a great jurist. Unit I Synonyms, Antonyms, Sentence Linkers, Legal Words, Foreign words and one word substitution. Unit II Paragraph writing, Prcis writing, refutation of arguments, prefixes and suffixes. Unit III Composition: Dialogue writing, Interview Skills, Reporting skills, creative writing, Connecting words into a meaningful paragraph Unit IV Chapters I, II, III & IV Page No: 1 - 74 Chapters VI Page No: 122 146 Prescribed text: Roses in December An Autobiography by M.C. Chagla Unit V Chapters VII, XIII & XVII Page No: 391 407 & 463 478 Prescribed Book: 1. Roses in December An Autobiography by M.C. Chagla Books Prescribed: 1. David Grene - Contemporary English Grammar: Structure and Composition. 2. R.P.Bhatnagar and R.Bhatnagar - English for Competitive Examinations.
COURSE II CONTRACT - I
(GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF CONTRACT) Course Course Objectives:
Contracts are the foundation for most of the transactions especially transactions dealing with the property. The general principles governing contracts remain the same, whether the transaction is in the ordinary course of life or in the electronic world (e-commerce). For this reason it is very important to introduce the students to the basic principles governing contracts and lay a powerful foundation for their study of other transactional and related laws in higher semesters. Unit I Introduction: Formation of an Agreement, Intention to create legal relationship, Proposal and Acceptance, their various forms, Essential elements, communication and revocation , Mode of Revocation of offer, proposal and invitations for proposal, Making of an Agreement. Consideration: Meaning, basis and the nature of Consideration kinds essential elements, Doctrine of Privity of Contract and Consideration and its exceptions, nudum pactum, Adequacy of Consideration Present, past and adequate consideration. Unit II Capacity to Contract: Legal disability to enter into contract Minors, Persons of unsound mind, Person under legal disability - lunatics, idiots. Restitution in cases of minors agreement liability for necessaries supplied to the minor, fraud by a minor agreements made on behalf of a minor and Estoppels Evaluation of the law relating to minors agreements and the illustrations. Free consent Its need and definition, factors vitiating Free Consent. Coercion - definition, essential elements, Misrepresentation, Undue Influence, Fraud-definition, essentials elements. Mistake definition, mistake of law and of fact, their effects. Unit III Legality of objects: Unlawful Agreements, Forbidden by law, Defeating the provisions of any law, injurious to person or property, immoral, against public policy. Void Agreement: Agreement without consideration, Agreements in restraint of marriage, Agreements in restraint of trade and its exception, Wagering agreement its exceptions. Formation of Contract through Tenders Unit IV Discharge of a contract and its various modes: By performance, by breach, frustration application to leases, theories of frustration Effect of frustration, frustration and restitution. By agreement and novation, recision and restoration, remission of performance extension of time accord and satisfaction.
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