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The University of Kalyani was established in 1960 and is a state-government administered, affiliating and Research University in Nadia district of West Bengal, India which offers courses at the undergraduate and post-graduate levels.

It has been awarded B grade by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC)

Syllabus of 5-Years B.A.LL.B (Honours) Course

First Semester
1.1 English – I
1.2 Political Science-I
1.3 Economics-I
1.4 Sociology-I
1.5 Law of Torts
1.6 Law of Contract-I

Second Semester
2.1 English – II
2.2 Political Science-II
2.3 Economics-II
2.4 Sociology-II
2.5 Law of Contract-II
2.6 Family Law-I

Third Semester
3.1 English – III
3.2 Political Science-III
3.3 Economics-III
3.4 Sociology-III
3.5 Family Law-II
3.6 Honors Paper-I

Forth Semester
4.1 Political Science-IV
4.2 Environmental Law
4.3 Law of Crimes Paper-I – Penal Code-I
4.4 Law of Crimes Paper-II – Cr.P.C.
4.5 Labour and Industrial Law-I
4.6 Honors Paper-II
L- 1
University of Kalyani B.A.LL.B. (Honours) Course

Fifth Semester
5.1 Political Science-V
5.2 Constitutional Law-I
5.3 Labour and Industrial Law-II
5.4 Jurisprudence (Legal Method, Indian Legal System and Basic Theory of Law).
5.5 Honors Paper-III
5.6 Optional Paper-I

Sixth Semester
6.1 Political Science-VI
6.2 Constitutional Law-II
6.3 Company Law
6.4 Honors Paper-IV
6.5 Optional Paper-II

Seventh Semester
7.1 Civil Procedure Code -I
7.2 Property Law
7.3 Honors Paper-V
7.4 Optional Paper-III
7.5 Clinical Paper-I

Eighth Semester
8.1 Civil Procedure Code -II
8.2 Public International Law
8.3 Honors Paper-VI
8.4 Optional Paper-IV
8.5 Clinical Paper-II

Ninth Semester
9.1 Law of Evidence
9.2 Principles of Taxation
9.3 Honors Paper-VII
9.4 Optional Paper-V
9.5 Clinical Paper-III

Tenth Semester
10.1 Administrative Law
10.2 Honors Paper-VIII
10.3 Optional Paper-VI
10.4 Clinical Paper-IV

Syllabus of 5-Years B.A.LL.B (Honours) Course
Honors Papers
Honors Paper-I – Land Laws including Tenur e & Tenancy System
Honors Paper-II -- Offences against Child & Juvenile Offence
Honors Paper-III – Health Law
Honors Paper-IV – Human Right Law and Practice
Honors Paper-V – Corporate Governance
Honors Paper-VI – Information Technology Law
Honors Paper-VII A– IPR Management
Honors Paper-VIII – International Trade Economics
Optional Papers
Optional Law Paper-I – Local Self Government including Panchayat Administration
Optional Law Paper-II – Gender Justice and Feminist Jurisprudence
Optional Law Paper-III – Interpretation of Statutes and Principles of Legislation
Optional Law Paper-IV – Banking Law
Optional Law Paper-V – Private International Law
Optional Law Paper-VI – Penology and Victomology
Clinical Papers
Clinical Law Paper-I – Drafting, Pleading and Conveyance
Clinical Law Paper-II – Professional Ethics and Professional System
Clinical Law Paper-III – Alternate Dispute Resolution
Clinical Law Paper-IV – Moot Court Exercise and Internship
(1.1) General English-I
(Written examination)
Grammar and usage
1. Concord (agreement of the verb with subject)
2. Prepositional phrases/ idioms
3. Adverbs (forms, comparison, formation)
4. Clauses (noun, adjective, adverb)
5. Basic transformations:
( passives, negatives, questions )
6. Question-tags and short responses
7. Reported speech
8. Punctuation
Composition skills
1. Paragraph writing(single paragraph)
2. Letter writing (formal / informal )
3. Précis (with title)
4. Translation from English into Bengali or Hindi
(1.2) Political Science
Paper –I
1. What is Politics---- Approaches to the status of Politics ; Traditional , Modern , Marxist,
2. Political Science and Allied Studies : Politics and History, Politics and Sociology, Politics
and Economics, Politics and Jurisprudence.
3. Theories of the origin and nature of the State: Define origin of theory, Social Construct
Theory, Evolutions Theory, Marxist Theory.
4. Sovereignty of the State : monism and pluralism changing c oncept of Sovereignty in the
context of Globalization
5. Forms of government- Parliamentary, Presidential, Unitary and federal, democracy and
6. Organs of government: Executive, Legislature, Judiciary -functions, changing role.
7. Political party, Interest group, Public opinion, role in a democracy.
8. Rights , Duties , Liberty, Equality, Law, Justice, Obligation –Basic concepts and their inter
Texts: Politics. Andrew Heywood.
Political Theory. Amal Roy
Mohit Bhattacharya.( World Press)
(1.3) Economics Paper –I
Economics and Law
Basic Concepts in Economics – Human wants, Utility, Commodity – value, Price- Income, wealth, -
Production – Consumption – Factors of Production – Equilibrium – Market.
Household Behaviour – Consumption
Marshallian Analysis: Law of Diminishing Marginal Utility – Equi-Marginal Utility-Consumer’s
Surplus – Optional Purchase- Derivation of Demand Curve – Market Demand Curve – Law of
demand – Demand Elasticity, Income Elasticity and Cross Elasticity.
Cardinalism and Ordinalism
Hicks-Allen Indifference Curve Analysis:
Properties of Indifferent Curves – Budget Line – Optional Purchase – Condition of Equilibrium –
Substitution Effect, Income Effect, Price Effect.
Behaviour of the Firm: Production and Costs
Production Function – Laws of Variable Proportion and returns to Sca le.
Costs: Accounting Costs and Opportunity Costs – Short and Long run Costs Curves – Average and
Marginal Costs Curves – Supply Curve.
Revenue: Average Revenue, Marginal revenue - relation with Elasticity of Demand.
Profit Maximizing Output: Break -Even Point and Shut-Down Point in the Short Run
Market and Pricing
Market and Monopoly – Pricing under perfect competition – Monopoly Pricing – Discriminating
Monopoly – Features of Monopolistic Competition and Oligopoly.
Factor Pricing
Marginal Productivity Theory- Theories of Rent – Theories of Wages - Loanable Fund Theory and
Liquidity Preference Theory of Rate of Interest – Profit as a reward of risk and uncertainty.
Suggested Text:
I.P. Samuelson and W. Nordhams – Economics
(1.4) Sociology –I
1. Definition, Nature and Scope of Sociology.
Relationship between Law and Sociology.
2. Basic Concepts- society, community, association, culture, customs, norms and values,
Sanction, folkways, institution.
3. Socialization- concepts and meaning, stages of socialization and agencies.
4. Social Stratification- concepts, types, Linear and Cyclical theories.
5. Social Control- meaning, types and agencies with emphasis on law.
6. Social Institutions and Law
- Marriage (meaning, forms of marriage and functions).
- Kinship (meaning, types, degrees, kinship terms, kinship usages).
7. Social Groups- Definition and Characteristics, types.
8. Village- features, growth, characterist ics of Indian Village and changes in village
(1.5) Torts and Consumer Protection Laws
Group-A (Answer any four question out of eight given choices)
Torts and Tortious Liability
1. Introduction
- Definition and nature of torts torious liability
- Constituents of Tort
- Tort distinguished from contract, quasi -contract crime
2. Principles of liability in tort
- Elements - Mental elements –Malice , negligence, motive, malfeasance,
- Fault –Damnum sine injuria and Injuria sine damnum,
3. Justifications in tort
- General defences
4. Liability for torts committed by others
- Vicarious liability
- Principal and Agent
- Master and servant
- Partners
- Liability of the state
- Doctrine of Sovereign Immunity
- Joint torts-feasers
5. Specific Torts:
Kind of nuisance
- Essentials of tort of nuisance
- Defences
- Essentials of tort of negligence
- Proof of negligence: res ipsa loquito
- Nervous shock
- Contributory negligence
Trespass to reputation ( Defamation )
- Libel and slander
- Essentials of defamation
- Defences
Rule of Strict and Absolute Liability.
- The rule of strict liability
- Exception to the rule
- The rule of absolute liability as developed by Indian Judiciary.
6. Liability without fault under the M.V. Act, 1988
- Sections 140, 141 ,142
1.5 Torts and Consumer Protection Laws
Definitions – Consumer , Complaint ,Complainant, Consumer dispute , Goos,
Service, Unfair trade practice
- Consumer protection Councils - objects
- Consumer Disputes Redressal Agencies
- Composition , Jutrisdiction, Powers a nd Procedure of District Consumer For
- State Commission
- National Commission
- Appeals
General principles of contracts
1. General
- Definitions
2. Elements of contract
- Agreement
- Proposal and Acceptance
- Offer and invitation to an offer
- Communication and revocation of proposal and acceptance
- Consideration
- Definition
- Requirement of consideration in a contract
- Exceptions of consideration u/s 25
- Inadequacy of consideration
- Privity of Contract and of Consideration
- Views of the Law Commission of India
- Capacity to contract
- Minor
- Person of unsound mind
- Person disqualified by law
- Free consent
- Factors vitiating free consent
- Coercion
- Fraud
- Undue influence
- Misrepresentation
- Mistake
- Legality of object
3. Contingent Contract and Wagering Agreement
4. Discharge of Contract-
-By Performance
-By Impossibility of Performance
-By Agreement
-By Breach
- Consequences of Breach of Contract
5. Damages for Breach
-Remoteness of Damages
-Measure of Damages
-Section 73 of the Act
(2.1) General English-II
1. The Merchant of Venice
a) Non- detailed study:
Act-I, Sc iii
Act III, Sc. iii
Phraseology & vocabulary from the said scenes - meaning in modern English
Class teaching: reading & interpretation; Shakespearian phraseology & vocabulary ----
--- its equivalent in modern English

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