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It is essential for a graduate fo law to have a robust understanding of the social sciences. Law and social sciences share a strong mutual relationship. While a legal instrument is a mechanism to express the socio-economic and political will of the state, it is equally undeniable that the effectiveness of the legal system has a definite impact on the society. Hence a successful attorney should have a sound knowledge of the social sciences in order to appreciate how to use law as an instrument of social change. Students faulty and learning resources produces some of the best minds in the country.
PUC or senior secondary school courses ( +2 ) or equivalent such as ( 11+1’A’ level in senior school leaving certificate course ) from a recongnized university of India or outside India or from senior secondary board or equivalent, constituted or recognised by the central or state government or from any equivalent institution from foreign country recognised by the government of that country, for the purpose fo issue of international qualifying certificate equivalent to ( 10+2) apply for the course. Provided those who have obtained +2 higher secondary pass certificate or first degree certificate or equivalent course through distance or correspondence method, only after passing the basic qualification (1to10th std) for prosecuting such correspondence/ Distance +2 shall also be legible for admission to 5year B.A LLB course.
Minimum Percentage of Marks
Candidate who have scored 45% marks in qualifying exam ( PUC/10+2) and above case of general category (GM) shall be eligible for admission (44.5% and above all be treated as 45%) and 40% of marks in qualifying exam (PUC/10+2) in case of SC & ST candidates ( 39.5% and above shall be treated as 40% ).
Contents of the Course
Major-I (Political Science-I)
Elements of Research
Kannada /Special English
Major-2 (Political Science-II)
Elements of Research
Major-3 (Political Science-III)
Major-4 (Political Science-IV)
Major-5 (Political Science-V)
Major-6 (Political Science-VI)
Minor-6 (Political Science -VI)
Course-II Law of Torts
Course-III Family law-I: Hindu Law
Course-IV Criminal Law-I: Indian Penal Code
Course-I Company LAw
Course-II Property Law
Course-III Administrative Law
Course-IV Family Law-II: Mohammedan Law and /Indian Succession Act
Courses-I Environmental Law
Course-II Labour Law
Course-III Criminal Law-II: Criminal Procedure code etc.
Course-V Clinical Course-I: Professional Ethics and Professional Accountancy System
Course-I Public International Law
Course-II Optional-I Human rights Law & Practice/Right to information
Course-III Optional-II Banking Law/Insurance Law
Course-IV Clinical Course-II Alternative Dispute Resolutions System
Course-I Civil Procedure code 7 Limitation Act
Course-II Optional-III: Intellectual Property Rights-I/Penology & Victimology
Course-III Optional-IV: Interpretation of statutes and principles of legislation and competition Law
Course-IV Clinical Course-III: Drafting, Pleading & Conveyance.
Course-I Law of Evidence
Course-II Taxation Law
Course-III Optional-V: Intellectual property rights-II/White collar crimes
Course-IV OptionalVI: women and criminal law& law relating to child/ Law relating to international trade
Course-V Clinical course IV: Moot court exercises and internship.
SEA Faculty they are committed foremost to their students’ success and to the ideals of legal education
The highly innovative curriculum followed by the SEA Law College not only adheres to the recommendations fo the Bar Council fo India but it includes papers which go well with the ground reality fo Karnataka like, environmental law or management and law.
The college campus with a majestic building architecture as a temple of justice ensures personal attention and care fo the students. the college also follows a non-traditional teacher-student relationship and continuous system of evaluation to assess the performance of students from the day when he/she steps into the college os that examination does not become a mere test of memory.
An applicant who is graduated in any discipline of knowledge from a university established by an act of parliament or by a state legislature or an eguvlent national institution recognised as a deemed to be university of foreign university recognised as equivalent to the status of an indian university by an authority competent to declare equivalence, may apply for three year degree course in law leading to the conferment of LLB degree on successful completion of the regular program conducted under the KSLU regulations.
Provided an applicant who has passed the degree or PG directly from open or distance mode from recongnized university, after prosecuting the studies in the pattern of 10+2/higher secondary schooling is also eligible for admission to 3 years LLB. However, the applicants who have obtained 10+2 or graduation or post graduation through open university directly without having any basic qualification as above said not eligible to 3 year LLB.
Minimum percentage of marks
The prescribed minimum % of marks in any discipline of graduation for general category is 45% & 40% for SC/ST(44.5% and above shall be treated as 45% for GM and 39.5% and above shall be treated as 40% in case of SC/ST).
Contents of the Course
Course I contract -I
Course II constitution
course III Law of Torts
Course IV family law-I: Hindu law
Course V Criminal Law-I: Indian Penal Code
Course II Company Law
Course III Property Law
Course IV Administrative Law
Course V Family Law -II Mohammedan Law & Indian Succession Act
Course I Environmental Law
Course II Labour Law
Course III Criminal Law-II: Criminal Procedure Code, JJ aCt & Probation of offenders act
Course IV Jurisprudence
Course V Clinical Course-I Professional Ethics and Professional Accounting system
Course I Public International Law
Course II Optional -I: Human Rights Law and practice/ Insurance Law
Course III ‘Optional-II Banking Law/ Rights to Information
Course IV Clinical Course-II Alternative Dispute Resolutions Systems.
Course I Civil Procedure code and limitation Act
course II optional III Intellectual Property rights-I/ Penology & Victimology
courses III Optional-IV interpretation of statutes & Principles of Legislation /Competition Law
Course IV Clinical Course-III Drafting, Pleading and conveyance.
Course I Law of Evidence
Course II Taxation
Course III Optional – -V intellectual property rights II/ white collar crimes
Course IV Optional -VI women and criminal law & Law relating to child. International’s trade law
Course V Clinical Course-IV moot court exercise and internship