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                        Vidya Prasarak Mandal's , the pioneer institute of Education in Thane town has started the LAW COLLEGE in june 1972.

                        The College is situated on the campus at Bunder Road, Chendani, near Thane Railway Station, Thane.  The College has its own building since 1992/93.

                        The College is singulary fortunate in haing a Board of Advisors of eminent jurists with Honorable Mr.Justice Y.V.Chandrachud Ex-chief Justice of India as Chairman, who graced the College by his visit on 11th June 1979 and expressed appreciation of the progress made by the College since its inception.

                        Highly qualified and experienced staff has been appointed for the guidance of the students.  The Library has been equipped with standard text books, reference books and journals.

                        The College offers full guidance and help to the Backward class students to secure various State and Central Government Scholarships.  Freeships and also helps other eligible students to get the benefit of E.B.C.Concession, Primary Teacher's Ward Concession, Freedom fighter's Wards Scholarship, State government Servant's Wards Commission, Ex-Servicemen and Service Personnal Concession.

                        From the academic year 1974-75 the College provides instruction to
First , Second and Third L.L.B. classes.  The University conferes a degree viz. L.L.B. (General) on passing the Second L.L.B. Examination.


                        Candidates for the L.L.B. (General) / L.L.B. degree must have passed the Bachelor's degree examination of this University in any faculty or a corresponding degree examination of any other University recognised as equivalent thereto Provided however, that the candidates passing the M.B., B.S. or B.A.M.S. or B.H.M.S. or B.U.M.S. examination must have been declared to have qualified for the M.B.B.S. degree or B.A.M.S. or B.H.M.S. or B.U.M.S. degree of their respective Universities.  Candidates for the LL.B. (General) degree will be required to pass two examinations, the first to be called 'First examination for the degrees of LL.B (General) / LL.B.' and the second to be called 'Second examination for the degrees of LL.B. (General) / LL.B.' Candidates for the LL.B. degree will be required to pass the aforesaid two examinations and the third to be called 'Third examination for the degree of LL.B.'

First Examination for the degree of LL.B. (General) / LL.B.

Paper I    :    Labour Law

Paper II    :    General Principles of Contract :

            The India Contract Act , (Sections 1-75)
            Specific Contracts viz , Indemnity.
            Guarantee , Pledge , Bailment and Agency
            ( Section 76 onwards )

Paper III    :    Law of Torts ( including Statutory Torts)

Paper IV    :    Law of Crimes i.e. Indian Penal Code.
            Including topics of Administration of Justice and Concept of Liability and
            Criminal Jurisdrudence.

Paper V     :    Constitutional Law of India :

Paper VI   :    Mohammedan Law ,  Indian Divorce Act and Indian Succession Act ,
                       1925 (Sections 1 to 191 only)

            Mahommedan Law
            Indian Divorce Act
            Indian Succession Act

Second Examination for the degree of LL.B. (General) / LL.B.

Paper I    :    Legal Theory ( Jurisprudence excluding chapter on topics of Administration of
                    Justice and concepts of liability )
Paper II   :    Hindu Law :

            A.    Sources and Schools of Law , Joint Family and Coparcenery.  Partition , Debts,
                    Religious and Charitable Endowments , Jains , Shudras Rule of Damdupat.

            B.    1. (a) The Special Marriage Act , 1954   ( Act 43 of 1904 )

                        (b) The Hindu Marriage Act , 1955   ( Act 25 of 1955 )

                    2. The Hindu Succession Act , 1956   ( Act 30 of 1956 )

                    3. The Hindu Minority and Guardianance Act , 1956.

                    4. The Hindu Adoption and Maintainance Act , 1956.

Paper III    :    Property Law  ( i.e.T.P.Act and Easements Act.)

            1. The Transfer of Property Act , 1882.

            2. The Indian Easements Act , 1882.

Paper IV    :    Adminstrative Law
                       Legal Remedies i.e.,
                       Specific relief Act.
Paper V     :    Special Contracts

            1. Partnership Act , 1932

            2. Sales of Goods Act , 1932.

            3. Negotiable Instruments Act,
Paper VI    :    Company Law   ( The Companies Act , 1956.)

Examination for the degree of Bachelor of Law ( LL.B. )

Paper I     :    1. Civil Procedure and Practice
                     2. Arbitration conciliation Act of 1996
                     3. Indian Limitation Act.

Paper II    :    Criminal Procedure and Practice.

Paper III   :    Indian Evidence Act.

Paper IV   :    Drafting , Pleading and Conveyancing plus Proffessional Ethics.

Paper V    :    Any two of the following optional Subjects
and VI
                1. Air Law including Space Law.
                2. Bankruptcy.
                3. Comparative Law.
                4. Consumer Protection Law.
                5. Law of Cooperation and Public Control of Business.
                6. Criminology and Criminal Administration.
                7. Law of Environment.
                8. Equity Trust and other Fiduciary Obligations.
                9. Law relating to Higher Education.
              10. Insurance.
              11. International Economics Law.
              12. Interprietations of Statutes and Principles of Legislation.
              13. Labour Welfare.
              14. Taxation ( I.T. & C.S.T. )
                    Income Tax Act , 1961
                    Central Sales Tax Act
              15. Law relating to Land Revenue , Land Reform and Rural Development.
              16. Legislative Drafting.
              17. Law relating to Local Self Government.
              18. Maritime Law.
              19. Military Law.
              20. Law and Planning.
              21. Law and Poverty.
              22. Private International Law.
              23. Public International Law and International Organisations.
              24. Law and Social Change.
              25. Socialistic Concept of Law.
              26. Trade marks Copy Rights and patents.
              27. Law of Education and Educational Institutions.

Paper VII   :    Legal Language including Legal writing and Practical training ( includes Court visit , work at Lawyer's Chambers , Case Diary , Court Fees Act and Viva - voce.

Master of Law (LL.M.)


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