VI-SEM

SEMESTER – VI : (Total : 500 Marks)

 

Paper No. Title of the Paper Paper Code Max.

Marks

I Interpretation of StatutesK-6001 100
II Legal Language and Legal Writing Including Proficiency In General EnglishK-6002 100
III Law of Human RightsK-6003 100
 

 

 

 

IV

Optional Papers

Student has to opt any one optional Paper (subject to availability of expert Faculty in the Department) among the following :

Intellectual Property Law

OR

K-6004 100
Information Technology And Cyber Law

OR

K-6005 100
Law Relating To Women And Child

OR

K-6006 100
Law Relating To Right To InformationK-6007 100
 V Moot Court, Pre-Trial Preparation And Participation In Trial Proceedings’ (Practical Training)K-6008 100

 

             Note : Paper Code – K-6008 entitled, “Moot Court, Pre-Trial Preparation And Participation In Trial Proceedings (Practical Training)”  shall comprise of the following :

 

            (A). Moot Court : The Maximum Marks to this Paper will be 100. Each student will do at least Two Moot Courts in a Semester with 10 Marks each. The Moot Court work will be on assigned problem and will be evaluated for 5 Marks for written submissions (to be recorded in Sessional Diary) and 5 Marks for Oral Advocacy.

 

            Guidelines :  For the purpose of Moot Court, groups will be formed of 8/10 students and cases involving several issues shall be assigned in Court practice i.e. Operation of Courts and legal professionals on panel of the College / University may be sought, especially in the matter of getting copies of paper books of cases which have been decided by various Courts.

           The Course shall emphasize points of Court craft and decorum. The male students shall wear white pant – shirt and a Black Tie and female students shall wear white dress with black scarf while addressing a Moot Court and during their visits to the Court / Advocates chambers and other practical training programmes.

Practice Moots shall be held as a routine in the class itself and the three compulsory test Moots for examination shall be held after such practice Moots near the end of semester term. Attendance at such practice Moot Courts shall be counted. Each student shall be required to maintain a regular record of his / her preparation for all the Moot Courts attended by him / her in the Sessional Diary. The Sessional Diary will carry 15 Marks (5 Marks for each Test Moot).

 

           (B). Court Assignments :  Observation  of  Trial  in  Four  Cases  i.e. Two Cases in Civil and     Two in Criminal. Each student will attend Four Trial Courts during the Semester term.    He / She  will  maintain  record  of  his / her visits in his / her Diary of  Sessional Work and enter  the various steps observed during  his / her attendance on  different days in the Court  assignment. This Scheme will carry 25 Marks.    

 

           (c). Interviewing Techniques And Pre-Trial Preparation :  

              (i). Each  student  will observe for  Interviewing  Sessions  of  Clients at the Lawyer’s Office / Lagal Aid Office and record the  proceedings  in  the Diary of  Sessional Work, which will carry 10 Marks.

           

                 (ii). Each  student  will further observe the  preparation of documents and Court Papers by the Advocate  and procedure for filing  the Suit / Petition. This will  be recorded in Sessional Diary which will carry 10 Marks.

            Guidelines : To make the training meaningful, students visits have to be organized for a continuous period, sufficiently long to observe and understand the process taking place in their proper context. Efforts should be directed to acquaint the students in the different branches of legal practice including

Civil, Criminal, Revenue, and Labour Court Practice. Besides the legal Professionals on the College / University Panel, the students should regularly be supervised and helped by the subject teacher / tutor. It is desirable that besides Advocates Chambers the students are taken for academic Family Court / Revenue Court / Income Tax & Sales Tax Offices and other venues where judicial administrative proceedings are held. The Indian Law Institute, Parliament, Supreme Court, and High Courts, Tribunals etc., may be visited to make the training academically multifarious. This programme can be intellectually and professionally challenging if properly organized and integrated with Curriculum.

 

(D). Viva-voce : The  Fourth Component of  this  Paper  will  be Viva-voce examination by the Board of Examiners on the above three aspects. This will carry 10 Marks.

 


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