Courses Offered


Distribution of Seats: 105 (to be filled by the University through centralised online counselling)
Management Quota: 15 Seats

1 A candidate for admission to this course must have passed 10+2 examination of Punjab School Education Board or any other equivalent examination recognized as such by the Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar securing not less than 45% marks . In case of SC/ST candidates 40% marks of the total Marks.
2 Medium of Instruction and Examination shall be in English.

Scheme of Studies

Semester I
1 English–I
2 Punjabi Compulsory / Basic Punjabi (Mudhli Pbi.)
3 Political Science-1(Political Thought)
4 History–1(General History)
5 Economics-1(General and Legal Economics)
Semester II
1 English–II
2 Punjabi Compulsory / Basic Punjabi (Mudhli Pbi.)
3 Political Science–II (Political Theory)
4 History–II (Organizational History)
5 Economics–II (Indian Economic Development)
Semester III
1 English–III
2 Public International Law
3 Political Science–III (International Relations)
4 History–III (Legal and Constitutional History)
5 Sociology–I (General Principles)
6 Environmental Studies (Compulsory)
Semester IV
1 English–IV
2 Punjabi–III/Mudhli Punjabi
3 Sociology–II (Society in India)
4 Law of Tort including MV Accident and Consumer Protection Laws
5 Local Self Government including Panchayat Administration
6 Environmental Studies (Compulsory)
Semester V
1 Sociology–III
2 Constitutional Law–I
3 Labour Law and Industrial Law–I
4 Law of Contract and Specific Relief Act
5 Law of Crimes–I
Semester VI
1 Legal Methods
2 Constitutional Law–II
3 Labour Law and Industrial Law–II
4 Specific Contract
5 Law of Crimes–II
Semester VII
1 Family Law–I
2 Alternative Dispute Resolution
3 Administrative Law
4 Jurisprudence
5 Land Laws
Semester VIII
1 Family Law–II
2 Property Law
3 Company Law
4 Environmental Law
5 Any one of the following options

(i) Interpretation of Statutes and Principles of Legislation
(ii) International Organisation
(iii) Private International Law
(iv) International Human Rights(v) Penology and Victimology
Semester IX
1 Civil Procedure Code and Limitation Act
2 Criminal Procedure Code
3 Principles of Taxation Law
4 Any Two of the following options

(i) Socio-Economic Offences
(ii) Public Interest Litigation–Legal Aid and Para Legal Services
(iii) Prison Administration
(iv) Indian Federalism
(v) Humanitarian & Refugee Law
Semester X
1 Law of Evidence
2 Professional Ethics & Professional Accounting System
3 Drafting, Pleading and Conveyancing
4 Any one of the following options

(i) Women and Criminal Law
(ii) Cyber Laws
(iii) IPR Management
(iv) Insurance Law
(v) Health Law
5 Moot Court Exercise and Internship (Practical)