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Re: BGL course in Madras University

As you want to get the details of admission in Bachelor of General Laws in University of Madras so here is the information of the same for you:

According to my information and knowledge Bachelor of General Laws is not offered in University of Madras

Law courses which are offered at University of Madras:
Masters of Laws (Two Years) in Constitutional Law and Legal Order
International Law and Organisation
M.A. Human Rights and Duties Education (Distant Mode)

Here for your reference I am giving you the syllabus of MASTER OF LAW of LABOUR AND ADMINISTRATIVE LAW:

Creation of new states, Allocation and share or resources-distribution of Grantsin-aid, Rehabilitation of internally displaced persons, Centre’s responsibility and internal disturbances within States, Direction of the Centre to the State under Article 356 and 365, Federal Comity: Relationship of trust and faith between Centre and States, Special status of certain States. – “State”: Need for widening the definition in the wake of liberalization, Right to equality: Privatization and its impact on affirmative action, Empowerment of women, Freedom of press and challenges of new scientific technology. Freedom of speech and right to broadcast and telecast, Right to strike, hartal and bandth, Reading Directive Principles and Fundamental Duties into Fundamental Rights. Compensatory jurisprudence – Right to education, Commercialization of education and its impact, Brain drain by foreign education market, Right of minorities to establish and administer educational institution and state control, Secularism and religious fanaticism, Separation of powers: Stresses and strain, Judicial activism and judicial restraint, PIL: implementation, Judicial independence, Appointment, transfer and removal of judges, Accountability: executive and judiciary, Tribunals, Nexus of politics with criminals and the business, Election, Election Commission: Status, Electoral Reform, Coalition government, stability, durability, corrupt practice, Grass root democracy.

Socio Legal Research, Doctrinal and non-doctrinal, Relevance of empirical research, induction and deduction, What is a research problems? Survey of available literature and bibliographical research, Legislative materials including subordinate legislation, notification and policy statements, Decisional Material including foreign decision; methods of discovering the “rule of the case”, tracing the history of important cases and ensuring that these have not been over-ruled discovering judicial conflict in the area pertaining to the research problems and the reasons there of, Juristic writings – a survey of juristic literature relevant to select problems in India and foreign periodicals.

Completion of list of reports or special studies conducted, relevant to the problems. Formulation of the research problems. Devising tools and techniques for collection of data: Methodology, Methods for the collection of statutory and case materials and juristic literature, Use of historical and comparative research materials, Use of observation studies. Sampling procedures- design of sample, types of sampling to be adopted, Use of scaling techniques, Jurimetrics.

Computerized Research - A study of legal research programmers such as Lexis and West law coding, Classification and tabulation of data – use of cards for data collection – Rules for tabulation. Explanation f tabulated data, Analysis of data. Objective of Legal Education, Lecture Method of Teaching – Merits and Demerits, The problem method, Discussion method and its suitability at postgraduate level teaching, The Seminar Methods of Teaching, Examination system and problems in evaluation – external and internal assessment, Student participation in Law School programmers – Organization of Seminars, publication of journals and assessment of teachers, Clinical legal education – legal aid, legal literacy, legal survey and law reform, Clinical legal education – legal.

1. High Brayal, Nigel Dunean and Richard Crimes, Clinical Legal Education: Active Learning in Your Law school, (1998)
2. Blackstone Press Limited, London, S.K.Agrawal (ed.), Legal Education in India (1973), Tripathi, Bombay
3. N.R.Madhava Menon, (ed.) A Handbook of Clinical Legal Education, (1988) Eastern Book Company, Lacknow
4. M.O.Price, H.Bitner and Bysiewiez, Effective Legal Research (1978), Pauline
5. V.Young, Scientific Social Survey and research, (1962)
6. William J. Grade and Paul K.Hatt, Methods in Social Research, MC Graw-Hill Book Company, London
7. H.M.Hyman, Interviewing in Social Research (1965)
8. Erwin C. Surrency, B.Fielf and J.Crea, A Guide to Legal Research (1959)
9. Morris L.Coha, Legal Research in Nutshell, (1996), West publishing Co.
10.Harvard Law Review Association, Uniform system of Citations, ILI Publication, Legal Research and Methodology

Freedom of organisation, International Norms –I. L. O. Convention and Recommendations on right to organize, Right to association of industrial labour in U.K and U.S.A, Right to association of industrial labour in India’s – the constitutional and legal aspects, Trade Unionism in India, Factors affecting trade Unions, Multi Unionism and Trade Union Rivalry, Trade Unions and politics, Problems of outside in the Union, trade Union Recognition, Trade Unionism – Comparative analysis of position in U.K., U.S.A and India, Trade Union Law, Legal Status of trade Unions, Privileges and Immunities, Trade union Status of trade unions, Privileges and Immunities, Trade Union funds, Comparative study o Law in U.K., U.S.A & India, Collective Bargaining, Concept of Collective Bargaining, Methodological aspects, Factors affecting collective bargaining in India, Condition for successful functioning, Bargaining Process, types of bargaining, Collective bargaining agreements, Enforcements of agreements, Comparative study of Law in U.K., U.S.A. and India, Coercive action in industrial Employment, Concepts of strike and lock-out, Legal control of strike and lock out, Comparative study of law in U.K., U.S.A and India, Worker’s Participation in Management, Role of the State, Policies in U.K., U.S.A. and India.

1. O.P. Malhothra, The Law of Industrial Disputes. (Tripathi)
2. K.D. Srivastava, Law Relating to trade Unions and Unfair Labour Practices in India. (Eastern Book Company)
3. V.V.Giri, Labour Problems in Indian industry (Asia Publishing House), V.B. Kher – Indian.
4. Trade Union Law, J.N. Mallik-Trade Law, (S.C.Sarker & Sons),
5. Karnik, Indian Trade Unions,
6. Ganga Sahai Sharma – Trade Union Freedom in India. (Deep and Deep Publicaion)
7. S.N. Dhayani – Trade Union and the Right to strike. (S.Chand & Co.),
8. Relevant Chapters of National Commission on Labour 1969.
9. Mary Sur, Collective bargaining, Morris D. Korkash – A Tretise on Labour Law. (The Bobbs. Merrill Co. India)
10.Benjamin. J. Taylor & Fred Witney, Labour Relations Law. (Practice Hall), Otto
11.Kahan Freund, Labour and the Law (Stevan & Sons)
12.Roger W. Ridout – Principles of Labour Law (Sweet & Maxewell)

French System, England and U.S., Other System, Dicey’s concepts of Rule of Law, Changing dimension, Regulation & administrative process, Comparative survey – common law and continental system; English, U.S. French and Indian, From rigidity to flexibility, Comparative approaches: Widening contours: classification, Controls over delegated legislation, Need for discretionary power, Nature, scope and limits, Evolution and significance of natural justice, England: judicial process: doctrine of fairness and doctrine of legitimate, expectation-legislation, Institutional decisions, US: Due process and judicial decision – legislation India: through judicial process doctrine of fairness: Articles 14, 19 and 21 – Access to information U.S.A. and India, Contractual liability, Tortuous liability, Federal Tort Claims Act, 1946, Crown Proceeding Act, 1947, Indian attempts at legislation, Government privileges in legal proceedings, Ombudsman concept, Comparative prospective, Evolving Indian models – Lokpal and Lokayukata institution, Commission of inquiry, Vigilance Commission.

1. Jain & Jain, Principles of Administrative Law
2. M.P.Jain, Cases and Materials on Administrative Law.
3. Peter H.Schuck, Foundation of Administravie Law (1994), Oxford
4. Friedman, The State and the Rule of Law in a Mixed Economy,
5. Neville L.Brown and J.F.Garner, French Administrative Law
6. Ivor Jennings, Law and the Constitution,
7. H.W.R. Wade, Administrative Law
8. Schwartz & Wade, Legal Control of Government
9. Davis, Discretionary Justice
10.De smith, Judicial Review of Administrative Action (1955),
11.D.D.Basu, Comparative Administrative Law, (1998)
12.J.J.R.UPADHAYA Administrative Law, (1998)

Local self-government law, Optional paper, Historical Perspectives, Early period, Gram Swaraj: the Gandhian concept, Constitutional scheme, Directive principles, Structure and powers of local bodies, Legislative Powers, Direct democracy and grass root planning, Municipalities and corporation, Gram Sabha, Quasi-legislative Powers, Rule making power of the State Government, Regulations and Bye-law, financial powers, Levying taxes, Licensing power, Financial resources and powers, Judicial and quasi-judicial powers of the Local Bodies, Election to Local Bodies, Conduct of Meetings: Corporation, Municipal Council, Panchayat Committee and Gram Sabha, Institutional and Judicial Control.

1. Friedman, The State and the Rules of Law in a Mixed Economy.
2. Neville L.Brown and J.F.Garner, French Administrative Law.
3. Dicey, Introduction to the Law of the Constitution.
4. Ivor Jennings, Law and the Constitution.
5. Schwartz & Wade, Legal Control of Government.
6. Justice. Jain & Jain, Principles of Administrative Law (1986), Tripathi, Bombay,
7. Dr. A.T.Markose, Judicial Control of Administrative Action in India.
8. De Smith, Judicial Review of Administrative Action (1995).
9. Indian Law Institute, Government Regulation of Private Enterprises,
10.D.C.Pandey, W.Thornhill (ed), The Growth and Reform of English Local Self government (1971),
11.Radhakumud Mokerji, Local Government in Ancient India (1985). Daya Publishing Delhi.
12.M.Venketarangaiya & M.Pattabhira, Local Government in India (1969) Allied, New Delhi.
13.G.Palanidurai, New panchayat Raj Institutions.
14.S.R.Maheswari, Local Government in India, Agra Lakshmi Narain Agarwal Publication.

Concept of employment-Evolution of the concept of master and servant relationship – State regulation of employer – employee relationship – Special features of industrial relations law – Nature of industrial disputes – Need for state interference – Methods of settlement of industries disputes – conciliation – Arbitration – Adjudication – Collective Bargaining. Access to adjudicatory authorities – Control by Government – Reference Power – Extent of Governments discretion – time expediency and matters for adjudication – Limitations – Direct access to adjudicatory authority by employer and workmen problems and perspective – Comparative overview of access to adjudicatory process in the UK, USA and India. Adjudicatory Process

Industrial adjudication as a modality of harmonizing the interests of capital and labour – Equity and Justice as guiding principles – Jurisdiction and Powers of Labour Courts and Industrial Tribunals – Finality of decision making – Post Natal control by Government over adjudication – A Comparative appraisal of the adjudicatory process in UK, USA and India. Adjudicatory process and jurisdictional issues – Concepts of Industry, Industrial dispute and Women – Juridical formulation of these concepts

Need for reforms in Law. Juridical review of the adjudicatory process – Finality of decision making in adjudicatory process – Formation through Constitutional remedies of writs and appeal – Jurisprudences of industrial adjudication. – Employers prerogatives and workmen rights – Lay off, Retrenchment and closure – Retrenchment the widening dimensions through decisional law – Comparative over view of position in UK and India. Disciplinary action in Industrial employment – Misconducts in Industrial employment – Employers prerogative to take disciplinary action – Standing orders – domestic enquiry procedure – punishments – jurisdiction of the authority in respect of dismissal of workmen.

1. O.P.Malhothra, The Law of Industrial Disputes. (Tripathi)
2. K.D.Srivastava – Law Relating to Trade Unions and Unfair Labour Practices in India.
(Eastern Book Company),
3. V.V.Giri, Labour Problems in Indian Industry (Asia Publishing House),
4. V.B.Kher – Indian Trade Union Law,
5. J.N.Mallik – Trade Law, (S.C.Sarker & Sons),
6. Karnik, Indian Trade Unions,
7. Ganga Sahai Sharma, Trade Union Freedom in India. (Deep and Deep Publication)
8. S.N.Dhayani, Trade Union and the Right to strike. (S.Chand & Co.,)
9. Relevent Chapters of National Commission on Labour 1969,
10.Mary Sur, Collective Bargaining,
11.Morris D.Korkash, A Tretise on Labour Law. (The Bobbs. Merrill Co. Inc.,)
12.Benjamin. J.Taylor & Fred Witney, Labour Relations Law. (Practive Hall), Otto –
13.Kaha Freund, Labour and the Law (Stevan & Sons),
14.Roger W.Ridout, Principles of Labour Law (Sweet & Maxewell)

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