Registration Open for CRASH COURSE 2020

Government College of Law, Mumbai

From 2016, admission to GLC Mumbai’s LLB course has been changed from Merit based to Entrance Based. Admissions will be through Online Common Entrance Test(CET) to be conducted on 12th April 2020. First CET was held on 22nd May 2016.

The Primary Requisite for admission in the Five Year Law Course will be the CET score. Minimum CET score required by students in the open category for admission is 50 out of 150 marks.

Total seats available for 1st Year of B.L.S.L.L.B (Five Year Law Course):

2 divisions aided - 160

1 division unaided - 80

CET PATTERN:

  1. Total Marks: 150

  2. Number of Multiple Choice Questions: 150

  3. Duration of Examination: 2 hours

  4. No Negative Marking

CET Subjects:

S.NO SUBJECT WEIGHTAGE OF MARKS
1 Legal Reasoning 40
2 General Knowledge including Current Affairs 30
3 Logical Reasoning 40
4 English 30
4 Basic Mathematics 10
Total 150

Syllabus:

  • Legal Aptitude - This subject will test the interest of candidates towards the subject of law, research aptitude and problem solving ability. Questions will be the help of legal propositions and a set of facts to which the said proposition has to be applied. Some propositions may not be true in the real sense, candidates will have to assume truth of these propositions and answer the questions drawing well-supported conclusions.

  • General Knowledge with Current Affairs - The topics such as History (Ancient, Medieval and Modern Period), Geography, Civics, General Science, Economics, Current Affairs of the past one year. The subject is to assess the knowledge of the recent happening and awareness of the world.

  • Logical and Analytical Reasoning -

    • Logical Reasoning - The subject is to test the candidate’s ability to identify patterns, logical links and rectify illogical arguments. It will include a wide variety of logical reasoning questions such as syllogisms, logical sequences, analogies, completing arguments, drawing well supported conclusions, reasoning by analogy, applying principles or rules.

    • Analytical Reasoning - The subject is to measure the ability of students to understand the structure of relationship and to draw logical conclusions about the structures. It includes reasoning deductively from a set of statements and rules or principles that describes the relationship among persons, things or events.

  • English - Vocabulary (synonyms, antonyms, analogies etc.) proficiency (idioms and phrases, one word substitution, sentence rearrangement, fill in the blanks etc.) English usages errors (common errors)

  • Basic Mathematics - This section is to test the numerical ability of candidates. The mathematics question will be set from the 10th level, of various topics including Profit and Loss, Speed and Distance, Time and Work, Algebra, Average, Venn Diagram.

Fee Structure:

Approx. Rs 6890 per year

COURSE CURRICULUM:

Five Year Law Course, leading to B. L. S. LL. B. is a ten semester full-time course. The first and the second Year of the five year course, i.e. 1st to 4th semester is a “ Pre- Law” course. The students of the five Year degree course are awarded B. L. S. (Bachelor of Legal Science) degree at the end of the third Year, (i.e. 6th semester) and on completion of five Years, (10th semester) LL.B. degree is awarded.

FIRST SEMESTER
English-I
Logic-I
Economics
SECOND SEMESTER
History
Political Science-I
Legal Language
THIRD SEMESTER
Political Science-II
Sociology
History of Courts
FOURTH SEMESTER
English –II
Logic-II
Political Science-III
FIFTH SEMESTER
LABOUR LAWS Industrial Disputes Act, 1947 Collective Bargaining Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act,1946
Workmen’s Compensation Act,1923 MRTU and PULP Act, 1971
CONTRACT-I
General Principles of Contract Sec.1-75 &
Specific Relief Act 1963
TORTS AND CONSUMER PROTECTION LAWS Law of Torts & Consumer Protection Act,1986
LEGAL LANGUAGE INCLUDING LEGAL WRITING & GENERAL ENGLISH
SIXTH SEMESTER
LAW OF CRIMES
Criminal Jurisprudence I.P.C. 1860
CONSTITUTIONAL LAW Indian Constitutional Law Protection of Civil Rights Acts 1955
FAMILY LAW-I
Mohammaden Law
The Divorce Act 1869 & Christian Marriage Act 1872 Indian Succession Act 1925
Parsi Marriage & Divorce Act 1936
ENVIRONEMNTAL LAW
5. PRACTICAL TRAINING-I (Professional ethics, advocacy for lawyers & Bar Bench relations)
SEVENTH SEMESTER
ADMINISTRATIVE LAW
FAMILY LAW-II
PROPERTY LAW
(Transfer of Property Act 1882 and Indian Easements Act, 1882)
COMPANY LAW
EIGHTH SEMESTER
LEGAL THEORY (Jurisprudence)
CONTRACT-II
Indian Contract Act 1872, Sec.124 - 238
Indian Partnership Act, 1932
Sale of Goods Act, 1930
LAND LAW Central Legislations
State Legislations (80 Marks)
OPTIONAL PAPER
Any One of the following:-
CRIMINOLOGY & CORRECTIONAL ADMINISTRATION
LAW OF TAXATION
Income Tax Act, 1961 (55 Marks) Wealth Tax Act, 1957
Value Added Tax Act, Central Sales Tax Act, iii. LAW OF INSOLVENCY
PRACTICAL TRAINING-II
NINTH SEMESTER
CIVIL PROCEDURE CODE Civil Procedure Code 1903 Limitation Act
CRIMINAL PROCEDURE CODE Criminal Procedure Code 1973 Juvenile Justice Act 2000
Probation of Offenders Act
INTERPRETATION OF STATUTES
PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW &
HUMAN RIGHTS
Public International Law
Human Rights and International Law
TENTH SEMESTER
ALTERNATE DISPUTE RESOLUTION
LAW OF EVIDENCE
OPTIONAL PAPERS:
Any Two from the following Six subjects:
I BANKING & NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTS ACT
II LAW OF INSURANCE
III INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW
IV CONFLICT OF LAWS
V LAW RELATING TO WOMEN & CHILDREN VI LAW AND MEDICINE
PRACTICAL TRAINING –III
PRACTIAL TRAINING –IV

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