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OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR: DIBRUGARH UNIVERSITY: DIBRUGARH Ref. No. DU/DR-A/6-1/14/853 Dated.08.12.2014

NOTIFICATION

As recommended by the meeting of the Board of Studies in Law held on 02.07.2014, the Hon’ble Vice-Chancellor, Dibrugarh University is pleased to approve the Revised Syllabus of B.A.LL.B/B.A.LL.B(Hons) Programme for the First and Second Semester under report to the Under Graduate Board and Academic Council, Dibrugarh University.

The above shall come into effect from the academic session 2014-2015.

Sd/- A. Hazarika Deputy Registrar (Academic)i/c Dibrugarh University Copy to: 1. The Vice-Chancellor, D.U. for favour of information. 2. The Registrar, D.U. for favour of information. 3. The Controller of Examinations, DU, for favour of information and necessary action. The copy of the Syllabus is enclosed herewith. 4. Prof. (Ms) K. D. Hazarika, Dept. of Assamese, Dean, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Dibrugarh University, for kind information. 5. The Director, Centre for Juridical Studies, Dibrugarh University for favour of information and necessary action. 6. All the Principals of the Colleges conducting the B.A.LL.B/B.A.LL.B(Hons) Programme, for favour of information and needful. They are requested to download the copy of the Syllabus from the website: www.dibru.ac.in. 7. The System Administrator, Dibrugarh University for kind information and with a request to upload the Notification along with the syllabus urgently in the University website. 8. File

Sd/- A. Hazarika Deputy Registrar (Academic)i/c Dibrugarh University

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SEMESTER – I Code B.A.,LL.B.: 1.1 B.A.,LL.B.: 1.2

B.A.,LL.B.: 1.3

B.A.,LL.B.: 1.4

B.A.,LL.B.: 1.5

Paper General English Major- Paper-I 1.Political Science 2.Sociology Minor I: Paper: I 1. History 2. Economics 3.Philosophy 4.Political Science 5. Sociology Minor II : Paper : I 1. History 2. Economics 3.Philosophy 4.Political Science 5. Sociology Constitutional Law of India- I

Total for Non-Honours Course

Credits 6 6

Marks 100 100

5

100

5

100

8

100

30

500

Semester I B.A.,LL.B.:1.1 General English End Semester – 80 Internal Assessment -20 Total Marks: 100 Credit 6 .66 Marks

Unit 1: Organs of Speech 1.1 The Respiratory System 1.2

The Phonatory System

1.3

The Articulatory System

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1.4.1 The Classification and Description of Speech Sounds 1.4.1 Consonants 1.4.2 Vowels Unit 2: Phonetic and Speech 2.1 Phonetic

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Unit 3: Introduction to Body Language 3.1 What is a Body Language?

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3.2 Body Language as a Part of Communication. 3.3 Three Aspects of Communication Unit 4: Grammar and usages 16 4.1 Article 4.2 Sentence 4.3 Parts of Speech 4.4 Tense 4.5 Determiners 4.5 Preposition 4.6 Phrases and Clauses 4.7 Detection of Common Errors 4.8 Transformation of Sentences Unit 5: 16 5.1 Legal Language: Its historical background, meaning, scope and related problems 5.2 Legal terms: A Abatement, Abduction, Abet, Abrogate, Abscond, Accomplice, Accused, Acquittal, Adjourn, adjudication, Affidavit, Aggrieved person, Agnates, Alibi, Alien, Alimony, Ambiguity, Amnesty, Appeal, Approver, Arbitration, Assent, Asylum B Bail, Bankrupt, Bicameral, Blasphemy, Bond, Breach, Burden of proof, Bother of full blood, Brother of half blood C Cabinet, Capital punishment, Caveat, Cheque, Client, Code, Codicil, Coercion, Collusion, Compound, Conjugal rights, Consumer, Conviction, Copyright, Criminal, Criminal negligence, Cruelty, Culpable, Custody D Damage, Debenture, Debtor, Decree, Defendant, Deponent, Deportation, Depose, Discharge, Disfranchise, Dishonour of bill, Dividend, Dominium, Doom, Dower, Duress, Dying declaration E Easement, Ejectment, Embezzlement, Emoluments, Enacting words, Enactment, Encroacher, Endowment, Escape, Escheat, Eviction, Exchequer, Excise, Ex-post-facto., Eye witness F Felony, Fiat, Final judgement, Firm, Forfeiture, Forgery, Franchise G Garnishee, Genocide, Golden rule, Good faith, Gratuitous, Gratuities, Guarantee, Guilty H Habeas corpus, Half blood, Heir, Heir apparent, High treason, Homicide, Honorarium I D:\Under Graduate Board\Actions\Action UR.doc

Identification parade, Illegal, Illegitimate child, Inalienable, Indemnity, Infant, Infringement, Injunction, Innuendo, Insanity, Interlocutory, Interrogation, Intimidation, Intoxication J Jeopardy, Judgement debtor, Judicial Separation, Judiciary, Juvenile courts K Kidnapping, Kill L Laches, Lapse, Law, Lawful, Lawyer, Lease, Legal, Legislation, Legitimacy, Libel, Liberty, Lunatic M Marriage, Marriage Settlement, Mens rea, Mental disorder, Minor, Mischief, Misfeasance, Money Bill, Moratorium, Murder N Nationalisation, Negligence, Nexus, Notary, Nuisance, Null and void O Oath, Offence, Offer, Ombudsman, Opinion P Parole, Pedigree, Penalty, Perjury, Petition, Plaintiff, Pleadings, Pledge, Postmartem, Power of attorney, Preamble, Precedent, Percept, Prejudice, Prima facia, Prison, Probation, Profession, Promise, Proof, Prosecution, Protocol, Public Policy Q Quasi, Quasi- Judicial R Rape, Rebellion, Reconciliation, Rectification, Redemption, Regent, Reinstatement, Remand, Repeal, Repudiation, Respondent, Restitution, Revocation S Sanction, Search Warrant, Sedition, Seizure, Servitudes, Shoplifting, Single Women, Slander, Solitary Imprisonment, Solus Agreement, Solvent, Special acceptance, Stakeholder, Stateless, Statement of claim, Statement of defence, Stay of execution, Stipulation, Street offence, Sub-lease, Sub-letting, Succession, Sue, Suffrage, Surrogate T Testimony, Tied house, Tort, Tortfeasor, Treason U Unlawful, Unlawful at Large V Vendee, Vendor, Venue, Verdict, Versus, Veto, Vocation, Void, Voidable, Voucher W Whip, Writ Internal Assessment: 20 Books Recommended: 1. S.R Myneni : English (l) for Pre Law 2. S.R Myneni : English (ll) for Pre Law 3. Rajimwale, S. : Elements of General Linguistics 4. Alam, A. : Body Language 5. Tripathi, S.C. :Legal Language , Legal Writing and General English

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Semester I B.A.,LL.B.:1.2 MAJOR- PAPER-I (Political Science) Political Theory-I End Semester – 80 Internal Assessment -20 Total Marks: 100 Credit 6 Marks Unit 1: Introduction to Political Science 16 1.1 Meaning, Nature and scope of Political Science. 1.2 Significance of political science to the study of Law. 1.3 Approaches to the study of Political Science- Traditional approach, Behavioral approach and Post-Behavioral approach. Unit 2: Concept of State: 16 2.1 2.2 2.3

Meaning of State, elements of State. State and Association, State and Government. Theories of the Origin of state. 2.3.1 Divine Origin Theory. 2.3.2 Social Contract Theory. 2.3.3 Evolutionary Theory.

Unit 3: Liberty, Equality and Justice. 16 3.1 Concepts, kinds and safeguards of Liberty. 3.2 Equality- meaning, kinds and importance of equality. 3.3 Justice-meaning, kinds and relationship between liberty, equality and Justice. Unit 4: Approaches to the study of State. 16 4.1 Normative Approach. 4.2 Descriptive Approach. 4.3 Marxist Approach. Unit 5: Law and Sovereignty. 16 5.1 Meaning, nature and sources of Law. 5.2 Historical and Positivists perspective of law. 5.3 Law and Morality 5.4 Soverignity Concept, characteristics and kinds. 5.5 Monistic Theory and Pluralistic Theory. 5.6 Challenges to Sovereignty in the 21st Century.

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Internal Assessment

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Books Recommended; 1. Ernest Barker: Principles of Social and Political Theory, Calcutta: Oxford University Press,1976. 2. H.J. Laski: A Grammer of Politics ,London: Allen and Unwin, 1948. 3. Anthony Arblaster: Democracy, New Delhi: World View, 1997. 4. S.P.Varma: Modern Poltical Theory, New Delhi: Vikas, 1990. 5. John A.Hall & G.John lkernberry: The State, New Delhi : World View,1997 6. O.P.Gauba: An Introduction to Political Theory, Delhi: Macmillan, 2007. 7. Jessica Kapur : Political Science and Polititcal Theory, London: Rotledge and Kegan Paul, 1987. 8. Geoffrey K. Robert: ADictionary of Political Analysis, London :Longman,1979. 9. Lain McLean: The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Politics , Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2003. 10. Andrew Vincent : Modern Political Ideologies, Oxford ; Blackwell, 1992. 11. Andrew Hacker: Political Theory – Philosophy , Ideology and Science, Toronto : Macmillan, 1961. 12. G.Poggi: The State Cambridge: Polity Press, 1990. 13. Andrew Haywood: Politics, New York, Palgrave, 2006. 14. Andrew Haywood: Political Ideologies: An Introduction, Basingstoke and New York: Palgrave, 1997. 15. P.Dunleavy and B. O’Leary: Theories of the State, London: Palgrave, 1987. 16. R.C.Agarwal: Political Theory, New Delhi, 2006 17. V.D.Mahajan: Principles of Political Theory, New Delhi, 2004 18. J.C.Johari: Contemporary Political Theory, New Delhi,2004.

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Semester I B.A.,LL.B.: 1.2 Major- Paper-I (Sociology) General Sociology End Semester – 80 Internal Assessment -20 Total Marks: 100 Credit 6 . Marks Unit 1: Basic Concepts: 1.1. Society and community, Institution and Association 1.2.

Social Norms and values

1.3.

Status and role

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Unit 2: Social Institution 16 2.1. Marriage and family 2.1.1. Marriage-definition, forms and functions 2.1.2. Family-definition, forms and changing patterns, universality of family; 2.1.3. Functions and dysfunctions of family 2.2. Religion and Caste Unit 3: Socialization 16 3.1. Meaning and process 3.2. Agencies of Socialization 3.3. Acquisition of Culture and personality formation Unit 4: Social Change 16 4.1. Social Change: 4.1.1. Meaning 4.1.2. Factors: Economic, Technological and cultural 4.1.3. Social processes of change-Sanskritization, modernization and westernization Unit 5: Perspectives of Studying Indian Society: 5.1. Indological Perspective (G.S.Ghurey) 5.2. Subaltern Perspective (Ranjit Guha) 5.3. Structural Functional Perspective (M.N. Srinibas)

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Internal Assessment

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Books Recommended: 1.

Johnson, H.M: Sociology – A Systematic Introduction, 1991.

2.

Smelser, N.J :

Sociology - An Introduction, 1967.

3.

Inkeles, Alex :

What is Sociology ? New Delhi, 1982.

4.

Bierstedt, R :

The Social Order – An Introduction to Sociology, New York 1962

5.

Bottomore,T :

Sociology ( Selected Chapters ), Reprinted, 1993.

6. Haralombos, M : Sociology: Themes and perspectives, New Delhi, OUP,1988 :

Social Control

7.

Rouchek, J

8.

Ommen, T.K, C.N. Venugopal: Sociology, Eastern Book Co, Lucknow, 1988

9. Yogesh Atal: Sociology: A study of the social sphere, Pearson, Delhi,2012 10. Saikia, J.P.&Kalita H.R. Sociology: Crisis as discipline?, Vidya Bhavan, Jorhat 11. Bottomore, T.B. Sociology: A Guide to Problems and Literature 12. ; Blackie and Sons India Ltd; 1971 13. Giddens, A. Sociology Polity Press, UK; 1993 14. Srinivas, M.N. Social Change in Modern India; Orient Longman Ltd. 1980 15. Guha, Ranjit, 1991Subaltern Studies, New York, OUP 16. Dhanagare, D.N Themes and perspectives in Indian Sociology, Rawat, Jaipur, 1993 17. Dumont, Louis : Homo Hierarchicus: The caste system and its implications, New Delhi, Vikas publishing house, 1970 D:\Under Graduate Board\Actions\Action UR.doc

Semester I B.A.,LL.B.: 1.3 MINOR -1 Paper I (Political Science) Political Theory End Semester – 80 Internal Assessment -20 Total Marks: 100 Credit

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Marks Unit 1: Introduction to Political Science 16 1.1 Meaning, nature and scope of political science. 1.2 Significance of political science to the study of Law. 1.3 Approaches to the study of Political Science Traditional approach, Behavioural approach and Post-Behavioral approach. Unit 2: Concept of State:16 2.1 2.2

State – Meaning & elements of State, State and Association. Theories of the Origin of state. 2.2.1 Divine Origin Theory. 2.2.2 Social Contract Theory. 2.2.3 Evolutionary Theory.

Unit 3: Liberty, Equality and Justice. 16 3.1 Concepts, kinds and safeguards of Liberty. 3.2

Equality- meaning, kinds and importance of equality.

3.3

Justice-meaning, kinds and relationship between liberty, equality and Justice.

Unit 4: Approaches to the study of State. 16 4.1 Normative Approach. 4.1

Descriptive Approach.

4.3

Marxist Approach.

Unit 5: Law and Sovereignty. 16 5.1 Meaning, nature and sources of Law. 5.2 Historical and Positivists perspective of law. 5.3 Sovereignty - Concept, characteristics and kinds. 5.4 Monistic Theory and Pluralistic Theory. 5.5 Challenges to Sovereignty in the 21st Century.

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Internal Assessment

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Books Recommended; 1 Ernest Barker: Principles of Social and Political Theory, Calcutta: Oxford University ress,1976. 2. H.J. Laski: A Grammer of Politics ,London: Allen and Unwin, 1948. 3. Anthony Arblaster: Democracy, New Delhi: World View, 1997. 4. S.P.Varma: Modern Poltical Theory, New Delhi: Vikas, 1990. 5 .John A.Hall & G.John lkernberry: The State, New Delhi : World View,1997 6 .O.P.Gauba: An Introduction to Political Theory, Delhi: Macmillan, 2007. 7. Jessica Kapur : Political Science and Polititcal Theory, London: Rotledge and Kegan Paul, 1987. 8 .Geoffrey K. Robert: ADictionary of Political Analysis, London :Longman,1979. 9. Lain McLean: The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Politics , Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2003. 10 .Andrew Vincent : Modern Political Ideologies, Oxford ; Blackwell, 1992. 11. Andrew Hacker: Political Theory – Philosophy , Ideology and Science, Toronto : Macmillan, 1961. 12. G.Poggi: The State Cambridge: Polity Press, 1990. 13. Andrew Haywood: Politics, New York, Palgrave, 2006. 14. Andrew Haywood: Political Ideologies: An Introduction, Basingstoke and New York: Palgrave, 1997. 15. P.Dunleavy and B. O’Leary: Theories of the State, London: Palgrave, 1987. 16. R.C.Agarwal: Political Theory, New Delhi, 2006 17. V.D.Mahajan: Principles of Political Theory, New Delhi, 2004 18. C.Johari: Contemporary Political Theory, New Delhi,2004.

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Semester I B.A.,LL.B.: 1.3 MINOR -1 Paper I (Philosophy) Logic End Semester – 80 Internal Assessment -20 Total Marks: 100 Credit 5 Marks Unit 1: Introduction to Logic 16 1.1 .Nature and Scope of Logic 1.2 Utility of the study of Logic 1.3 Deductive Logic and Inductive Logic Unit 2: Term, Proposition and Inference 16 2.1 Definition and classification of term 2.2 Definition and classification of Proposition- Simple, Compound and General. 2.3 Inference - Immediate and Mediate inference 2.3.1 Conversion and Obversion 2.3.2 Syllogism- Structure and Rules, Figure and Mood, Testing Syllogistic Arguments Unit 3: Symbolic Logic

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3.1 Nature and characteristics of Symbolic Logic 3.2 Utility of using symbols in Modern Logic 3.3 Truth functions, Truth- Table Method for testing the validity of arguments Unit 4: Induction and its kinds 16 4.1 Induction proper: Different kinds of Induction Proper 4.2 Induction Improperly so- called: Different kinds of Induction Improperly so-called Unit 5: Hypothesis 5.1 Definition and nature of Hypothesis 5.2 Kinds of Hypothesis 5.3 Conditions of a valid Hypothesis

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Internal Assessment

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Recommended Books: 1. Copi, I. M. : Introduction to Logic, Carl Cohen Prentice Hall India Ltd, Delhi. 2. Das, Saraju: Introduction to Logic and Philosophy, Part I, Bani Prokash Pvt. Ltd., Guwahati 3. Das, Saraju: Introduction to Logic and Philosophy, Part II, Bani Prokash, Guwahati 4. Roy, B. N. : Textbook of Deductive Logic, S. C. Sarcar & Sons Pvt. Ltd., Kolkata 5. Roy, B. N. : Textbook of Inductive Logic, S. C. Sarcar Sons Pvt. Ltd., Kolkata

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Semester I B.A.,LL.B.: 1.3 MINOR -1 Paper I (Economics) GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS End Semester – 80 Internal Assessment -20 Total Marks: 100 Credit 5 Marks Unit 1: Introduction to Economic Concepts:

1.1. 1.2. 1.3. 1.4. 1.5.

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Definition, Nature and Scope of Economics; Importance of Economics in the Context of Legal Education; Types of Economic Studies-Micro Economics and Macro Economics. Difference Between Micro and Macro Economics; Welfare Economics -Meaning

Unit 2: Consumer Behavior:

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2.1. Meaning of Demand-Law of Demand; 2.2. Meaning of Utility and Marginal Utility. 2.3 Cardinal Utility Analysis-Law of Diminishing Marginal Utility-Consumer’s equilibrium: Principle of Equi-marginal Utility; 2.4. Ordinal Utility Analysis- Indifference Curve Analysis-Assumptions-PropertiesConsumer’s Equilibrium. Unit 3: Theory of Production: 3.1. 3.2. 3.3. 3.4. 3.5.

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Meaning of Production Production Function-Law of Variable Proportions-Laws of Returns to Scale; Isoquants: meaning and properties. Ridge Lines Technical Progress and Production Function

Unit 4: Market and Price Determination:

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4.1. Meaning of Market 4.2. Forms of Market-Perfect Competition and Imperfect Competition. 4.3. Price and Output Determination in Perfect Competition, Monopoly and Monopolistic Competition. Unit 5: Factors of Production:

5.1. 5.2. 5.3. 5.4.

Land, Labour, Capital and Organization-Their Characteristics and Importance; Types of Business Organization Trade Union- Positive Role of Trade Union in Raising Wages-Effects of Trade Union on Wage and Employment in a Perfectly Competitive Labour Market Capital formation-Role in Economic Development.

Intenal Assessment Recommended Books:. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

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Koutsoyiannis, A.: Modern Microeconomics, McGraw Hill, London,1979 Case and Fair: Principles of Economics, Pearson Education, 2007 Lipsey & Chrystal: Economics, Oxford University Press, New York Chopra, P.N.: Advanced Economic Theory, Kalyani Publishers, New Delhi Ahuja, H.L.: Advanced Economic Theory: Micro Economic Analysis, S. Chand & Company Ltd., New Delhi.

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Semester I B.A.,LL.B.: 1.3 MINOR -1 Paper I (History) History of India (Ancient, Medieval and Modern Period) End Semester – 80 Internal Assessment -20 Total Marks: 100 Credit 5 Marks Unit 1: Introduction 16 1.1 1.2 1.3

1.4

Sources: History of India The Indus Valley Civilization Vedic period: the Tribal Polity 1.3.1 The Varna System 1.3.2 The Aranas (four stage of life) Evolution of Law and Legal Institutions 1.4.1 Legal Literature; the Dharmasashtras Unit 2: Empires 16

2.1 The Mayuran Empire and Polity 2.1.1 The Arthasastra 2.1.2 Ashoka’s Dharmma 2.2 Status of Women in Ancient India; 2.2.1 Marriage: Forms and Age of marriage 2.2.2 Right to property 2.2.3 Divorce 2.2.4 Prostitution 2.2.5 Widows 2.3 Judicial Administration in Ancient India 2.3.1 Types of Courts 2.3.2 Trial 2.3.3 Witness 2.3.4 Pleaders 2.3.5 Procedure 2.3.6 Punishments 2.3.7 Role of Judges Unit 3: Medieval India; 16 3.1 Legal System and Institution in Medieval India 3.1.1 Sources of Muslim Law 3.1.3 Salient features of Islamic Criminal Law. 3.2 Judicial Organization 3.2.1 The Royal Court 3.2.2 The chief Quazi 3.2.3 The Secular courts 3.2.4 Punishments 3.2.5 Investigation Process 3.3 Role of Panchayats in Medieval India Unit – IV: Indian Society; Beginnings of Change and Modernization 16 4.1 Attitude of the British towards: 4.1.1 Sati 4.1.2 Remarriage of widow 4.1.3 Slavery 4.1.4 Extension of education 4.1.5 Child Marriage 4.2 Land Revenue Policy of the British 4.2.1 Permanent Settlement of Bengal 4.2.2 Mahalwari Settlement 4.2.3 Ryotwari settlement D:\Under Graduate Board\Actions\Action UR.doc

Unit 5: India Awakening 5.1 The 1857 Movement 5.2 Causes and effects 5.3 Causes of India failure 5.4 Nature of 1857 movement 5.5 Rise of Indian Nationalism Internal Assessment

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Recommended Books: 1. A.S. Altekar, State and Government in Ancient India, Motilal Banarasi Das, Delhi 1958. 2. D.D. Kasoumbi, Culture and Civilization of Ancient India in Historical, Outline Vikas, Delhi, 1970 3. A.L. Bardan,Tthe Wonder That India Was, Rupa and Co., Delhi, 1987 4. R.C. Majumdar (ed), The Age of Imperial Unity, (A Bharatya Vidhya Publication), Bombay, 1951 6. R.C. Majumdar (ed), The Classical Age, (A Bharatya Vidhya Publication), Bombay, 1984 6. Romilla Thappr, Ancient Indian Social History, Orient Longman, Delhi, 1978 7. B.N. Dutta, Hindu Law of Inheritance, Nababarat Publishers, Calcutta, 1957 8. P.V. Karve, History of Dharmashastra, Bhandakar Oriental Research Institute, Poona, 1941 9. H.V. Sreeniovas Murthy, History of India, Part I, Eastern Book Company, Lucknow, 2001 10. V.A. Smith, Akbar the Great Mogul, 1542 – 1605, Clarendon Press. 11. V. A. Smith, The Early History of India, Third Edition, Atlantic Publisher and Distributors Pvt. Ltd., 1962 12. A.L. Srivastava, Akbar the Great, Vol. 1, 1542 to 1605, Shiva Lal Agarwalla Pvt. Ltd., 1962 13. Chaurasia. R.S., History of Ancient India (Earliest times to 1000 A.D.), Atlantic Publisher and Distributors, New Delhi

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Semester I B.A.,LL.B.: 1.3 MINOR -1 Paper I (Sociology) General Sociology End Semester – 80 Internal Assessment -20 Total Marks: 100

Unit 1: Basic Concepts: 1.1. 1.2. 1.3.

Credit 5 Marks 16

Society and community, Institution and Association Social Norms and values Status and role

Unit 2: Social Institution

16

2.1. Marriage and family 2.1.1. Marriage-definition, forms and functions 2.1.2. Family-definition, forms and changing patterns; universality of family; Functions and dysfunctions of family 2.2. Religion and Caste Unit 3: Socialization

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3.1. Meaning and process 3.2. Agencies of Socialization 3.3. Acquisition of Culture and personality formation Unit 4: Social Change and Social Control 16 4.1. Social Change: 4.1.1. Meaning 4.1.2. Factors: Economic, Technological and cultural 4.2. Social control: 4.2.1. Meaning and functions 4.2.2. Types and Agencies Unit 5: Problems and Issues in Indian Society:

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5.1 Problems: Unemployment, Deliquency and Poverty) 5.2 Issues: Ethics conflict, pluration (Language, Religion and Ethnic group) Internal Assessment Books Recommended: 1. Johnson, H.M: Sociology – A Systematic Introduction, 1991. 2. Smelser, N.J : Sociology - An Introduction, 1967. 3. Inkeles, Alex: What is Sociology ? New Delhi, 1982. 4. Bierstedt, R : The Social Order – An Introduction to Sociology, New York 1962 5. Bottomore,T Sociology ( Selected Chapters ), Reprinted, 1993. 6. Rouchek, J : Social Control 7. Ommen, T.K, C.N. Venugopal: Sociology, Eastern Book Co, Lucknow, 1988. 8. K.M. Kapadia: Marriage and Family in India, 1964. 9. G.R.Madan: Indian Social Problems,(1993) 10. Girin Phukan: Ethnic Conflict In North East India 11. Waskin Richard(ed) : Social Problems, Mc Graw Hill and Co, New York, 1964 12. Girin Phukan: Ethnic Conflict In North East India 13. Ram Ahuja: Social Problems in India

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Semester I B.A.,LL.B.: 1.4 MINOR -II Paper I (Political Science) Political Theory End Semester – 80 Internal Assessment -20 Total Marks: 100 Credit

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Marks Unit 1: 1. Introduction to Political Science 16 1.1 Meaning, nature and scope of political science. 1.2 Significance of political science to the study of Law. 1.3 Approaches to the study of Political Science- Traditional approach, Behavioural approach and Post-Behavioral approach. Unit - 2. Concept of State 16 2.1 State – Meaning & elements of State, State and Association. 2.2 Theories of the Origin of state. 2.2.1 Divine Origin Theory. 2.2.2 Social Contract Theory. 2.2.3 Evolutionary Theory. Unit 3: Liberty, Equality and Justice. 16 3.1 3.2 3.3

Concepts, kinds and safeguards of Liberty. Equality- meaning , kinds and importance of equality. Justice-meaning, kinds and relationship between liberty, equality and Justice. Unit 4: Approaches to the study of State. 16

4.1

Normative Approach.

4.1

Descriptive Approach.

4.3

Marxist Approach.

Unit 5:

Law and Sovereignty. 16

5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5

Meaning, nature and sources of Law. Historical and Positivists perspective of law. Sovereignty - Concept, characteristics and kinds. Monistic Theory and Pluralistic Theory. Challenges to Sovereignty in the 21st Century.

Internal Assessment

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Books Recommended: 1. Ernest Barker: Principles of Social and Political Theory, Calcutta: Oxford University Press,1976. 2. H.J. Laski: A Grammer of Politics ,London: Allen and Unwin, 1948. 3. Anthony Arblaster: Democracy, New Delhi: World View, 1997. 4. S.P.Varma: Modern Poltical Theory, New Delhi: Vikas, 1990. 5. John A.Hall & G.John lkernberry: The State, New Delhi : World View,1997 6. O.P.Gauba: An Introduction to Political Theory, Delhi: Macmillan, 2007. D:\Under Graduate Board\Actions\Action UR.doc

7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18.

Jessica Kapur : Political Science and Polititcal Theory, London: Rotledge and Kegan Paul, 1987. Geoffrey K. Robert: ADictionary of Political Analysis, London :Longman,1979. Lain McLean: The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Politics , Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2003. Andrew Vincent : Modern Political Ideologies, Oxford ; Blackwell, 1992. Andrew Hacker: Political Theory – Philosophy , Ideology and Science, Toronto : Macmillan, 1961. G.Poggi: The State Cambridge: Polity Press, 1990. Andrew Haywood: Politics, New York, Palgrave, 2006. Andrew Haywood: Political Ideologies: An Introduction, Basingstoke and New York: Palgrave, 1997. P.Dunleavy and B. O’Leary: Theories of the State, London: Palgrave, 1987. R.C.Agarwal: Political Theory, New Delhi, 2006 V.D.Mahajan: Principles of Political Theory, New Delhi, 2004 C.Johari: Contemporary Political Theory, New Delhi, 2004.

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Semester I B.A.,LL.B.: 1.4 MINOR -II Paper I (Philosophy) Logic End Semester – 80 Internal Assessment -20 Total Marks: 100 Credit 5 Marks Unit 1: Introduction to Logic 16 1.1 1.2 1.3

Nature and Scope of Logic Utility of the study of Logic Deductive Logic and Inductive Logic

Unit 2: Term, Proposition and Inference 2.1 2.2 2.3

16 Definition and classification of term Definition and classification of Proposition- Simple, Compound and General. Inference - Immediate and Mediate inference 2.3.1 Conversion and Obversion 2.3.2 Syllogism- Structure and Rules, Figure and Mood, Testing Syllogistic Arguments

Unit 3: Symbolic Logic 16 3.1 3.2 3.3

Nature and characteristics of Symbolic Logic Utility of using symbols in Modern Logic Truth functions, Truth- Table Method for testing the validity of arguments

Unit 4: Induction and its kinds 4.1 4.2

16 Induction proper: Different kinds of Induction Proper Induction Improperly so- called: Different kinds of Induction Improperly socalled

Unit 5: Hypothesis 16 5.1 5.2 5.3

Definition and nature of Hypothesis Kinds of Hypothesis Conditions of a valid Hypothesis

Internal Assessment Recommended Books: 1 Copi, I. M. : Introduction to Logic, Carl Cohen Prentice Hall India Ltd, Delhi 2 Das, Saraju: Introduction to Logic and Philosophy, Part I, Bani Prokash Pvt. Ltd., Guwahati 3 Das, Saraju: Introduction to Logic and Philosophy, Part II, Bani Prokash, Guwahati 4 Roy, B. N. : Textbook of Deductive Logic, S. C. Sarcar & Sons Pvt. Ltd., Kolkata 5 Roy, B. N. : Textbook of Inductive Logic, S. C. Sarcar Sons Pvt. Ltd., Kolkata

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Semester I B.A.,LL.B.: 1.4 MINOR -II Paper I (Economics) General Principles of Economics End Semester – 80 Internal Assessment -20 Total Marks: 100 Credit 5 Marks Unit 1: Introduction to Economic Concepts:

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1.1 Definition, Nature and Scope of Economics; 1.2 Importance of Economics in the Context of Legal Education; 1.3 Types of Economic Studies-Micro Economics and Macro Economics. 1.4 Difference Between Micro and Macro Economics; 1.5 Welfare Economics –Meaning Unit 2: Consumer Behavior:

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2.1. Meaning of Demand-Law of Demand; 2.2. Meaning of Utility and Marginal Utility. 2.3 Cardinal Utility Analysis-Law of Diminishing Marginal Utility-Consumer’s equilibrium: Principle of Equi-marginal Utility; 2.4. Ordinal Utility Analysis- Indifference Curve Analysis-Assumptions-PropertiesConsumer’s Equilibrium. Unit 3: Theory of Production:

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3.1. Meaning of Production 3.2. Production Function-Law of Variable Proportions-Laws of Returns to Scale; 3.3. Isoquants: meaning and properties. 3.4. Ridge Lines 3.5. Technical Progress and Production Function Unit 4: Market and Price Determination:

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4.1. Meaning of Market 4.2. Forms of Market-Perfect Competition and Imperfect Competition. 4.3. Price and Output Determination in Perfect Competition, Monopoly and Monopolistic Competition. Unit 5: Factors of Production:

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5.1. Land, Labour, Capital and Organisation-Their Characteristics and Importance; 5.2. Types of BusineSss Organization 5.3. Trade Union- Positive Role of Trade Union in Raising Wages-Effects of Trade Union on Wage and Employment in a Perfectly Competitive Labour Market 5.4. Capital formation-Role in Economic Development. Internal Assessment Recommended Books:. 6. Koutsoyiannis, A.: Modern Microeconomics, McGraw Hill, London,1979 7. Case and Fair: Principles of Economics, Pearson Education, 2007 8. Lipsey & Chrystal: Economics, Oxford University Press, New York 9. Chopra, P.N.: Advanced Economic Theory, Kalyani Publishers, New Delhi 10. Ahuja, H.L.: Advanced Economic Theory: Micro Economic Analysis, S. Chand & Company Ltd., New Delhi

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Semester I B.A.,LL.B.: 1.4 MINOR -II Paper I (History) History of India (Ancient, Medieval and Modern Period) End Semester – 80 Internal Assessment -20 Total Marks: 100 Credit 5 Marks Unit 1:

Introduction 16

1.1 1.2 1.3

1.4

Unit 2:

Sources: history of India The Indus Valley Civilization Vedic period: the tribal Polity 1.3.1 The Varna System 1.3.2 The Aranas (four stage of life) Evolution of Law and Legal Institutions 1.4.1 Legal Literature; the Dharmasashtras Empires 16

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3.3 Unit 4:

The Mayuran Empire and Polity 2.1.1 The Arthasastra 2.1.2 Ashoka’s Dharmma Status of Women in Ancient India; 2.2.1 Marriage: Forms and Age of marriage 2.2.2 Right to property 2.2.3 Divorce 2.2.4 Prostitution 2.2.5 Widows Judicial Administration in Ancient India 2.3.1 Types of Courts 2.3.2 Trial 2.3.3 Witness 2.3.4 Pleaders 2.3.5 Procedure 2.3.6 Punishments 2.3.7 Role of Judges Medieval India;

Legal System and Institution in Medieval India 3.1.1 Sources of Muslim Law 3.1.2 Salient features of Islamic Criminal Law. Judicial Organization 3.2.1 The Royal Court 3.2.2 The chief Quazi 3.2.3 The Secular courts 3.2.4 Punishments 3.2.5 Investigation Process Role of Panchayats in Medieval India Indian Society; Beginnings of Change and Modernization 16

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The 1857 Movement Causes and effects Causes of India failure Nature of 1857 movement Rise of Indian Nationalism

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Reference Books: 1. A.S. Altekar, State and Government in Ancient India, Motilal Banarasi Das, Delhi 1958. 2. D.D. Kasoumbi, Culture and Civilization of Ancient India in Historical, Outline Vikas, Delhi, 1970 3. A.L. Bardan,Tthe Wonder That India Was, Rupa and Co., Delhi, 1987 4. R.C. Majumdar (ed), The Age of Imperial Unity, (A Bharatya Vidhya Publication), Bombay, 1951 5. R.C. Majumdar (ed), The Classical Age, (A Bharatya Vidhya Publication), Bombay, 1984 6. Romilla Thappr, Ancient Indian Social History, Orient Longman, Delhi, 1978 7. B.N. Dutta, Hindu Law of Inheritance, Nababarat Publishers, Calcutta, 1957 8. P.V. Karve, History of Dharmashastra, Bhandakar Oriental Research Institute, Poona, 1941 9. H.V. Sreeniovas Murthy, History of India, Part I, Eastern Book Company, Lucknow, 2001 10. V.A. Smith, Akbar the Great Mogul, 1542 – 1605, Clarendon Press. 11. V. A. Smith, The Early History of India, Third Edition, Atlantic Publisher and Distributors Pvt. Ltd., 1962 12. A.L. Srivastava, Akbar the Great, Vol. 1, 1542 to 1605, Shiva Lal Agarwalla Pvt. Ltd., 1962 13. Chaurasia. R.S., History of Ancient India (Earliest times to 1000 A.D.), Atlantic Publisher and Distributors, New Delhi

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Semester I B.A.,LL.B.: 1.4 MINOR -1I Paper I (Sociology) General Sociology End Semester – 80 Internal Assessment -20 Total Marks: 100 Credit 5 Marks Unit 1: Introduction: 16 1.1 1.2 1.3

Society and community, Institution and Association Social Norms and values Status and role

Unit 2: Social Institution 2.1.

2.2.

16 Marriage and family 2.1.1. Marriage-definition, forms and functions 2.1.2. Family-definition, forms and changing patterns; universality of family; Functions and dysfunctions of family Religion and Caste

Unit 3: Socialization 16 3.1. 3.2. 3.3.

Meaning and process Agencies of Socialization Acquisition of Culture and personality formation

Unit 4: Social Change and Social Control 16 4.1.

Social Change: 4.1.1. Meaning 4.1.2. Factors: Economic, Technological and cultural 4.2. Social control: 4.2.1. Meaning and functions 4.2.2. Types and Agencies Unit 5: Problems and Issues in Indian Society: 16 5.1. 5.2

Problems: Unemployment, Deliquency and Poverty) Issues: Ethics conflict, pluration (Language, Religion and Ethnic group)

Internal Assessment

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Books Recommended: 1. Johnson, H.M: Sociology – A Systematic Introduction, 1991. 14. Smelser, N.J : Sociology - An Introduction, 1967. 15. Inkeles, Alex : What is Sociology ? New Delhi, 1982. 16. Bierstedt, R : The Social Order – An Introduction to Sociology, New York 1962 17. Bottomore,T : Sociology ( Selected Chapters ), Reprinted, 1993. 18. Rouchek, J : Social Control 19. Ommen, T.K, C.N. Venugopal: Sociology, Eastern Book Co, Lucknow, 1988. 20. K.M. Kapadia: Marriage and Family in India, 1964. 21. G.R.Madan: Indian Social Problems,(1993) 22. Girin Phukan: Ethnic Conflict In North East India 23. Waskin Richard(ed) : Social Problems, Mc Graw Hill and Co, New York, 1964 24. Girin Phukan: Ethnic Conflict In North East India 25. Ram Ahuja: Social Problems in India 26. Ram Ahuja, society in India, concept, theories and recent trends, Rawat Publications, 2009

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Semester I B.A.,LL.B.: 1.5 Constitutional Law of India - I End Semester – 80 Internal Assessment -20 Total Marks: 100

Unit 1: 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 Unit 2: 2.1

Credit 8 Marks Introduction to the Constitution of India; Preamble; India and its 16 Territories & Citizenship Salient Feature of the Indian Constitution Nature of Indian Federalism Preamble India and its Territories Citizenship Under the Constitution (Articles 5-11) Citizenship under the Citizenship Act, 1955 (as amended upto date) 16

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Fundamental Rights-I (Article -12 to Article -19) Definition of ‘State’ for enforcement of Fundamental Rights – Justifiability of Fundamental Rights –Doctrine of eclipse, severability and waiver Judicial Review Right to Equality – Doctrine of reasonable classification and absence of arbitrariness Right to Freedom –Expansion by Judicial interpretation –Reasonable restrictions

Unit 3: 3.1 3.2 3.3

Fundamental Rights-II (Article 20 to Article 24) Right to life and personal liberty –scope and content –judicial interpretation Preventive detention –policy and safeguards –judicial review Rights against exploitation –Forced labour and child employment

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Unit 4: 4.1 4.2 4.3

Fundamental Rights-III (Article 25 to Article 35) Right to Freedom of Religion –Secularism Cultural and educational rights of minorities Right to Constitutional Remedies –Judicial Review –Writs –Articles 32 and 226

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Unit 5:

Directive Principles; Fundamental Duties; Social Justice Article 51 A)

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Directive Principles of State Policy –Justifiability of Directive Principles –InterRelationship between Directive Principles and Fundamental Rights Fundamental Duties

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(Article 36 to

Internal Assessment Referred Cases: 1. Kesavananda Bharati Vs. State of Kerala, AIR 1973 SC 1461 2. S.P. Gupta and Others Vs. President of India and Others, AIR 1982 SC 149 3. Janata Dal Vs. H.S. Choudhury (1992) 4 SCC 305 4. Sarbananda Sonowal Vs. Union of India, AIR 2005 SC 2926 5. Maneka Gandhi Vs. Union of India, AIR 1978 SC 597 6. Bondhu Mukti Morcha Vs. Union of India, AIR 1997 SC 2218 7. Hussainara Khatoon Vs. State of Bihar, AIR 1979 SC 1369 8. Kihotal Hollohan Vs. Zachithu, AIR 1955 SC 781, AIR 1973 9. Sarala Mutgal Vs. Union of India, (1995) 3 SCC 635

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SEMESTER – II Code B.A., LL.B.: 2.1 B.A., LL.B.: 2.2

Paper Legal Language Major – Paper-II 1.Political Science 2.Sociology B.A., LL.B.: 2.3 Minor I : Paper :II 1. History 2. Economics 3.Philosophy 4.Political Science 5. Sociology B.A., LL.B.: 2.4 Minor II : Paper :II 1. History 2. Economics 3.Philosophy 4.Political Science 5. Sociology B.A., LL.B.: 2.5 Constitutional Law of India- II Total for Non-Honours Course

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SEMESTER II B.A.,LL.B.: 2.1 Legal Language End Semester – 80 Internal Assessment -20 Total Marks: 100 Credit 6 Marks

Unit 1: 16

Introduction to Legal Language 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5

Unit 2:

History of Legal Language Characteristics of Legal Language Legal Language in India-attention and awareness of practical legal import of sentences Law in general- concepts on Law of Contracts, Law of Property, Law of Tort, Law of Crimes, CPC, Cr. P.C., Law of Evidence Lawyer’s duty to: Client, Court, Opponent, Colleagues, Profession, Legal Aid and Trainees. Fundamental Principles of Legal Writing 16

2.1 2.2 Unit 3:

Concision - clarity - cogency - simplicity of structure 2.1.1 Brief writing, writing of case comment and drafting of law reports Legal citation

Legal Terminology 16 3.1 3.2

Terms used in civil law and criminal law Latin words and expressions- Law Register

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Maxims 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6 4.7 4.8 4.9 4.10 4.11 4.12 4.13 4.14 4.15

Unit 5:

Aequitas sequitur legem (Equity follows the law) Affirmanti, non neganti, incumbit probation (The proof is incumbent upon the one who affirms, not on the one who denies) Aequitas agit in personam (Equity acts in personam, not in rem) Ex turpi causa non oritur actio (No action arises out of a wrongful consideration) Exturpi causa non oritur action( He who seeks equity must come with clean hands ) Ignorantia facti excusat, Ignorantia juris non excusat (Ignorance of fact is an excuse but ignorance of the law is no excuse) Jus respicit aequitatem (The law pays regard to equity) Lex est norma recti (The law is a rule of right) Nemo potest esse simul actor et judex (No one can be at the same time both pursuer and judge) Nemo debet bis puniri pro uno delicto (No one should be punished twice for the same Non jus ex regula sed regula ex jure ( The law does not arise from the rule or maxim, but the rule or maxim from the law) Qui prior est tempore, potior est jure (Where there are equal equities, the first in time shall Prevail) Salus populi est suprema lex (The welfare of the people is the paramount Law) Ubi jus ibi remedium (No wrong to be without remedy) Vigilantibus et non dormientibus jura sub-veniunt (The law assist those who are vigilant of their rights, not those who are careless of them or Delay defeats equity)

Legal Literature :

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Advice to a young man interested in going into Law: Felix Frankfurter The Language of the Law: Urban A. Laveery In the Court: Anton Chekov The Five Functions of the Lawyer: Arthur T. Vanderbilt

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Recommended books: 1. Bhatnagar, R. P. & R. Bhargava, Dr. M. Menon (ed.), Law and Language (1985), Macmillan, Delhi 2. P C Wren & H Martin, English Grammar and Composition 3. Brown, Gordon W., Legal Terminology, Prentice Hall, New Jersey 4. Maitland, Equity 5. Rana and Mulji, An Epitome of the Principles of Equity 6. Keeton, Introduction to Equity 7. N. Krishnaswami, Modern English, Macmillan, 1975 8. Longman’s, Dictionary of Common Errors, Orient Longman 9. M.P.Bhaskaran & D. Harsburgh, Strengthen your English, OUP, 1973 10. Sarah Freeman, Written Communication in English, Orient Longman, 1977 11. P.H. Collin, Law Dictionary, Universal, New Delhi.1993 11. Bryan Garner’s, Dictionary of Modern Legal Usage, Oxford University Press 13. S.C. Tripathi, Legal Language, Writing and General English, Turton, New Delhi 14. Rupert Haigh, The Oxford Handbook of Legal Correspondence, Oxford University Press. 15. Snell, Principles of Equity 16. Story, Equity Jurisprudence 17. Hanbury and Maudsley, Modern Equity 18. Nathan, Equity through the Cases 19. Randall, Leading Cases in Equity

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SEMESTER II B.A.,LL.B.: 2.2 Major-Paper II (Political Science) Political Theory End Semester – 80 Internal Assessment -20 Total Marks: 100 Credit Marks Unit 1: Forms of Government:

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1.1 Parliamentary and Presidential 1.2 Unitary and Federal 1.3 System of Separation of Power. Unit 2: Democracy and Dictatorship: 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5

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Meaning, nature and importance of democracy. Merits and Demerits of democracy. Conditions for the successful working of democracy. Dictatorship: Meaning -Basic principles. Merits and Demerits of dictatorship.

Unit 3: Political Ideologies: 3.1 Individualism- Laissez Faire 3.2 Liberalism 3.3 Socialism 3.4 Concept of welfare state.

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Unit 4: Concept of Power, Authority and Legitimacy. 4.1 Meaning and characteristics of power-kinds of power 4.2 Legitimization of power 4.3 Meaning-characteristics-kinds of authority 4.4 Differences between power and authority

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Unit 5: Political Obligation: 5.1 Meaning 5.2 Nature. 5.3 Characteristics. 5.4 Theories of political obligation. 5.4.1 Unlimited political obligation. 5.4.1.1 Force theory 5.4.1.2 Divine origin theory 5.4.1.3 Conservative theory. 5.4.2 Limited political obligation. 5.4.2.1 Consent theory 5.4.2.2 Idealist theory. 5.4.3 Theory against political obligation. 5.4.3.1 Marxist theory.

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Internal Assessment Books Recommended: 1. Andrew Vincent: Modern Political Ideologies, Oxford; Blackwell, 1992. 2. Andrew Hacker: Political Theory – Philosophy, Ideology and Science, Toronto : Macmillan, 1961. 3. Andrew Haywood: Politics, New York, Palgrave, 2006. 4. Andrew Haywood: Political Ideologies: An Introduction, Basingstoke and New York: Palgrave, 1997 5. O.P.Gauba: An Introduction to Political Theory, Delhi: Macmillan, 2007. 6. Jessica Kapur : Political Science and Polititcal Theory, London: Rotledge and Kegan Paul, 1987. 7. Geoffrey K. Robert: ADictionary of Political Analysis, London: Longman, 1979. D:\Under Graduate Board\Actions\Action UR.doc

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8. Lain McLean: The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Politics , Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2003. 9. H.J. Laski: A Grammer of Politics ,London: Allen and Unwin, 1948. 10 Anthony Arblaster: Democracy, New Delhi: World View, 1997. 11. S.P.Varma: Modern Poltical Theory, New Delhi: Vikas, 1990. 12. John A.Hall & G.John lkernberry: The State, New Delhi : World View,1997 13. P.Dunleavy and B. O’Leary: Theories of the State, London: Palgrave, 1987. 14. R.C.Agarwal: Political Theory, New Delhi, 2006 15. V.D.Mahajan: Principles of Political Theory, New Delhi, 2004 16. J.C.Johari: Contemporary Political Theory, New Delhi,2004.

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SEMESTER II B.A.,LL.B.: 2.2 Major—Paper II (Sociology) Social Problems and Social Welfare End Semester – 80 Internal Assessment -20 Total Marks: 100 Credit 6 Marks Unit 1: Understanding Social problems 16 1.1. 1.2. 1.3.

Meaning, nature and scope Types of Social Problems Causes and consequences

Unit 2: Major Social problems:

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2.1. Crime and delinquency 2.2. Youth Unrest, Drug addiction and Unemployment 2.3. Population, Corruption in public life, Terrorism Unit 3: Problems of Weaker section:

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3.1. Child labour 3.2. Physically Challenged, Bonded Labour 3.3. Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe Unit 4: Social Welfare

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4.1. Meaning, Historical Background 4.2. Nature and Scope 4.3. Role of NGO’s in Social welfare agencies (Governmental and NonGovernmental) Unit 5: Social Security

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5.1. Meaning, Origin and Development 5.2. Importance and Scope 5.3. Social Security Measure in India Internal Assessment 20 References: 1. Samaj: Samachya and Samadhan, Vidya Bhavan, Jorhat,2013 2. Ram Ahuja: Social Problems in India. 3. H. Y. Siddiqui, Social Welfare In India,. Harnam Publications, 1990 Perspectives on social welfare in India 4. Jal Feerose Bulsara, R. M. Varma, Perspective on Social Welfare in India, S. Chand, 1984 , 5. Danny Pieters, Social Security: An Introduction to the Basic Principles, Klewer law international,2006 6. Walker Robert, Social Security and Welfare: Concepts And Comparisons, Open University press, 2005 7. M D Allen Selvakumar ,I Jenitta Mary,C Chidambaranathan, Social Problems In India 8. Handy, Kassam, Feeny & Ranade: “ Grass Roots NGOs by women for women, Sage Publications, New Delhi(2008) 9. Machael, charke (ed), Corruption, causes and consequences, francecis publishers, London, 1983. 10. Sharma, A.N., Bonded labour, Tata Institute of Social Science, Bombay, 1990. 11. G.R.Madan: Indian Social Problems,(1993) 12. Girin Phukan: Ethnic Conflict In North East India 13. Waskin Richard(ed) : Social Problems, Mc Graw Hill and Co, New York, 1964 D:\Under Graduate Board\Actions\Action UR.doc

SEMESTER II B.A.,LL.B.: 2.3 Minor –I Paper: II (Philosophy) Ethics and Social Philosophy End Semester – 80 Internal Assessment -20 Total Marks: 100 Credit 5 Marks Unit 1: Introduction to Ethics 16 1.1 Definition, Nature and Scope of Ethics 1.2 Ethical Concepts 1.2.1 Good, Right, Virtue, Duty 1.3 Moral Judgment 1.3.1 Object of Moral Judgment 1.4 Theories of Moral Obligation 1.4.1 Legal Theory, Hedonistic Theory, Intuitional Theory, Eudaemonistic Theory Unit 2: Theories of Moral Standard 2.1 Hedonism and Utilitarianism 2.2 Deontological Ethics of Kant 2.3 Ethics of the Bhagavad Gita 2.3.1 Niskama Karma, Svadharma 2.4 Gandhian Ethics 2.4.1 Ahimsa

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Unit 3: Theories of Punishment 3.1 Meaning of Crime 3.2 Preventive Theory 3.3 Reformative Theory 3.4 Retributive Theory 3.5 Capital Punishment

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Unit 4: Social Philosophy 4.1 Nature and Scope of Social Philosophy 4.2 Theories of the relation between Society and Individual 4.2.1 Individualism 4.2.2 Socialism 4.2.3 Organic Theory 4.2.4 Idealism or Group- mind Theory

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Unit 5: Problems of Social Evil 16 5.1 Unemployment, Causes of Unemployment, Remedial Measures 5.2 Dowry system, Remedial Measures 5.3 Juvenile Delinquency, Treatment of Juvenile Delinquents, Remedial Measures Internal Assessment

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Recommended Books: 1. Sinha, J. N. : A Manual of Ethics, New Central Book Agency (P) LTD., Kolkata 2. Lillie, William : An Introduction to Ethics, Surjeet Publications, Delhi 3. Mackenzie, J. S. : Outlines of Social Philosophy, Surjeet Publications, Delhi 4. Sengupta, P.B. : Handbook of Social Philosophy, Banerjee Publishers, Kolkata 5. Sinha, A. K. : Outlines of Social Philosophy, Sinha Publishing House, Kolkata

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SEMESTER II B.A.,LL.B.: 2.3 Minor-I Paper: II (Economics) MACRO ECONOMICS End Semester – 80 Internal Assessment -20 Total Marks: 100 Credit 5 Marks UNIT 1: National Income Analysis 16 1.1. 1.2. 1.3. 1.4. 1.5.

Meaning of National Income; Concepts of National Income. Methods of Measurement of National Income. Difficulties in measurement of National Income. Difference between National Income and Personal income.

UNIT 2: Inflation and Deflation: 16 2.1. Meaning-Causes and Effects of Inflation. 2.2. Demand Pull and Cost Push Inflation; 2.3. Deflation-Meaning; 2.4. Measures to control Inflation and Deflation; 2.5. Stagflation. UNIT 3: Business Cycle: 16 3.1. Meaning- Types –Characteristics of Business Cycles 3.2. Phases of a Business Cycle. 3.3. Control of Business Cycle. UNIT 4: Macro Economic Policy: 16 4.1Monetary Policy- Objectives and Instruments of Monetary Policy- Expansionary and Restrictive Monetary policy 4.2. Role of Monetary Policy in a Developing Country 4.3. Fiscal Policy- Objectives and Instruments of Fiscal Policy 4.4. Role of Fiscal Policy in a Developing Country UNIT 5: International Trade and Balance of Payment: 16 5.1. Free Trade vs. Protection-meaning of Free Trade-Case for and against Free tradeProtection-Meaning-Case for and against Protection. 5.2. Balance of Payments-Meaning-Disequilibrium in Balance of Payments-CausesMeasures to Correct Deficit in Balance of Payments. 5.3. Balance of trade- Meaning. 5.4. Foreign Exchange Rate-Meaning. Internal Assessment 20 Recommended Books: 1. Ahuja, H.L: Macro Economics-Theory and Policy, S. Chand and Company Ltd., New Delhi 2. Jhingan, M.L.: Macro Economic Theory, Vrinda Publications(P) Ltd., New Delhi 3. Rana, K.C. and K.N. Verma: Macro Economic Analysis, Vishal Publishing Company, Jalandhar. 4. Shapiro, Edward, Macro Economic Analysis, Galgotia Publications Private Ltd, New Delhi,2007 5. Paul R.R.:Money, Banking and International Trade, Kalyani publishers, Ludhiana, New Delhi 6. Jhingan, M.L.: Money, Banking and International Trade,Konarkk Publishers, New Delhi. 7. Mannur, H.G.: International Economics, Vikash Publishing House Pvt Ltd., New Delhi. D:\Under Graduate Board\Actions\Action UR.doc

SEMESTER II B.A.,LL.B.: 2.3 Minor-I Paper: II (History) Legal History of India End Semester – 80 Internal Assessment -20 Total Marks: 100 Credit Marks Unit 1: Introduction

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1.1 Beginning of East India Company in India 1.1.1 Charter of 1600 1.2 Administration of Justice in (1639-1726), Madras 1.3 Administration of Justice in Bombay (1661 – 1726) 1.4 Administration of Justice in Calcutta (1690 – 1726) 1.5 Charter of 1726 1.5.1 Mayor Courts 1.5.2 Courts of the Indians Unit 2: Adalat System

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2.1 Beginning of the Adalat System 2.1.1 Judicial Plan of 1772 2.2 Regulating Act 1773 2.2.1 Provisions and Merits and Demerits of the Regulating Act 2.2.2 Judicial Plan of 1774 2.3 Three Historic Cases 2.3.1Trial of Nanda Kumar 2.3.2 Patna case 2.3.3 Cossijurah case 2.4 Act of Settlement 1781 2.4.1 Supreme Court at Madras, Bombay and Calcutta Unit 3:

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3.1 Judicial Measures of Lord Cornwallis 3.1.1 Scheme of Civil Judiciary 1790 3.1.2 Criminal Judicial Reforms 1790 3.1.3 Civil and Criminal Judicial Reforms of 1793 3.2 Judicial Reforms of Lord William Bentinck 3.3 Charter Act of 1833 3.3.1 First Law Commission Unit 4:Establishment of High Courts

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4.1 The Indian High Court Act 1861 4.2 Composition and Jurisdiction of High Court 4.3 Prerogative writs in India Unit 5: Growth of Legal Profession 5.1 The Legal Practitioners Act 1879 5.2 The Indian Bar Council Act 1926 5.3 The Advocates Act 1961

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Books recommended:  Singh M.P., Outlines of Indian Legal and Constitutional History  Mittal, J.K., Constitutional History of India.  David, Monika, Indian Legal and Constitutional History, Central Law Agency, 2010, Allahbad  Paranjapi, Indian Legal and Constitutional History.  Puri, Indian Legal and Constitutional History.  Keith, A.B., Constitutional History of India  Kulshreshtha’s, V.D, Landmarks in Indian Legal and Constitutional History.  Jain M.P. Indian Legal History, Law Publishers, Agra, 1996

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SEMESTER II B.A.,LL.B.: 2.3 Minor-I Paper: II (Sociology) Sociology of Gender End Semester – 80 Internal Assessment -20 Total Marks: 100 Credit 5 Marks Unit 1: Conceptual Understanding of Gender 16 1.1. 1.2.

Concept, background and significance of Gender Gender and Sex: Sociological understanding of Gender

Unit 2: Gender theory and Feminism 16 2.1 2.2

Feminism: Concept and types, Women movement Feminist Criminology

Unit 3: Gender related issues and Laws 16 3.1. 3.2. 3.3.

Domestic violence, Sexual harassment, Witch hunting Female Sex& Protective Measure: the constitutional Provisions, Role of Media and Civil society

Unit 4: Gender and Development 16 4.1.

Women and Economic empowerment through NGO and self help group.

Unit 5: Conflict Situation and Gender 16 5.1. 5.2. 5.3.

Violence: Ethnic and communal Women in peace process Theoretical approaches of Development (Welfare, and Empowerment)

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Essential Readings: 1. Essed, Goldberg and Kobayashi – A Companion to Gender Studies, Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, UK 2005 2. Wadhwa – Jolly, K.S.: Gender: A Cross-Cultural Perspective. Gyan Publishing House, New Delhi 3. Essed, P – Diversity: Gender, Colour and Culture, Massachusetts Press, Massachusetts, 1996 4. Monro, Surya – Gender Politics: Citizenship, Activism and Sexual Diversity, Pluto Press, London, 2008. 5. Butler, J – Gender Trouble: Feminism and the Subversion of Identity, Routledge, London, 1990. 6. Connell, R.W. – Gender, Cambridge Polity Press, 2002. 7. Desai Neera – Women in Modern India, Vora and Co, 1957 8. Jena, Everett – Women and Social Change in India, Hertiage Publication, Delhi, 1979 9. Pillaj Jaya Kothari – Women and Empowerment, Gyan Publishing House, New Delhi, 1995 10. Saikia J.P. – Problems of Education and Rural Women, DVS Publishers, Guwahati, 2008 11. Madan. G.R. – Indian Social Problems, Allied Publishers Ltd. Asraf Ali Road, New Delhi, 1999 12. Saikia J.P. – Gender: Themes and Issues, Naba Bharati Prakashani, Kolkota – 70009, West Bengal, 2010.

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SEMESTER II B.A.,LL.B.: 2.3 Minor-I Paper: II (Political Science) POLITICAL THEORY – II. End Semester – 80 Internal Assessment -20 Total Marks: 100 Credit 5 Marks Unit 1: Forms of Government: 16 1.1 1.2 1.3

Parliamentary and Presidential Unitary and Federal System of Separation of Power.

Unit 2: Democracy and Dictatorship: 16 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5

Meaning, nature and importance of democracy. Merits and Demerits of democracy. Conditions for the successful working of democracy. Dictatorship: Meaning -Basic principles, Merits and Demerits Merits and Demerits of dictatorship.

Unit 3: Political Ideologies: 16 3.1 Individualism- Laissez Faire 3.2 Liberalism 3.3 Socialism Unit 4: Concept of Power, Authority and Legitimacy. 16 4.1 Meaning and characteristics of power-kinds of power 4.2 Legitimization of power 4.3 Meaning-characteristics-kinds of authority 4.4 Differences between power and authority

Unit 5: Political Obligation: 16 5.1 Meaning 5.2 Nature. 5.3 Characteristics. 5.4 Theories of political obligation. 5.4.1 Unlimited political obligation. 5.4.1.1 Force theory 5.4.1.2 Divine origin theory 5.4.1.3 Conservative theory. 5.4.2 Limited political obligation. 5.4.2.1 Consent theory 5.4.2.2 Idealist theory. 5.4.3 Theory against political obligation. 5.4.3.1 Marxist theory. Internal Assessment

Books Recommended: 1.Andrew Vincent : Modern Political Ideologies, Oxford ; Blackwell, 1992. 2.Andrew Hacker: Political Theory – Philosophy , Ideology and Science, Toronto : Macmillan, 1961. 3.Andrew Haywood: Politics, New York, Palgrave, 2006. 4.Andrew Haywood: Political Ideologies: An Introduction, Basingstoke and New York: Palgrave, 1997 5.O.P.Gauba: An Introduction to Political Theory, Delhi: Macmillan, 2007. D:\Under Graduate Board\Actions\Action UR.doc

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6.Jessica Kapur : Political Science and Polititcal Theory, London: Rotledge and Kegan Paul, 1987. 7.Geoffrey K. Robert: ADictionary of Political Analysis, London :Longman,1979. 8.Lain McLean: The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Politics , Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2003. 9.H.J. Laski: A Grammer of Politics ,London: Allen and Unwin, 1948. 10Anthony Arblaster: Democracy, New Delhi: World View, 1997. 11.S.P.Varma: Modern Poltical Theory, New Delhi: Vikas, 1990. 12.John A.Hall & G.John lkernberry: The State, New Delhi : World View,1997 13. P.Dunleavy and B. O’Leary: Theories of the State, London: Palgrave, 1987. 14.R.C.Agarwal: Political Theory, New Delhi, 2006 15.V.D.Mahajan: Principles of Political Theory, New Delhi, 2004 16. J.C.Johari: Contemporary Political Theory, New Delhi,2004.

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SEMESTER II B.ALL.B 2.4 Minor-I Paper: II (Philosophy) Ethics and Social Philosophy End Semester – 80 Internal Assessment -20 Total Marks: 100 Credit 5 Marks Unit 1: Introduction to Ethics 16 1.1 Definition, Nature and Scope of Ethics 1.2 Ethical Concepts 1`.2.1Good, Right, Virtue, Duty 1.3 Moral Judgment 1.3.1 Object of Moral Judgment 1.4 Theories of Moral Obligation 1.4.1Legal Theory, Hedonistic Theory, Intuitional Theory, Eudaemonistic Theory Unit 2: Theories of Moral Standard 16 2.1 Hedonism and Utilitarianism 2.2 Deontological Ethics of Kant 2.3 Ethics of the Bhagavad Gita 2.3.1 Niskama Karma, Svadharma 2.4 Gandhian Ethics 2.4.1 Ahimsa Unit 3: Theories of Punishment 16 3.1 Meaning of Crime 3.2 Preventive Theory 3.3 Reformative Theory 3.4 Retributive Theory 3.5 Capital Punishment Unit 4: Social Philosophy 16 4.1 Nature and Scope of Social Philosophy 4.2 Theories of the relation between Society and Individual 4.2.1 Individualism 4.2.2 Socialism 4.2.3 Organic Theory 4.2.4 Idealism or Group- mind Theory Unit 5: Problems of Social Evil 16 5.1 Unemployment, Causes of Unemployment, Remedial Measures 5.2 Dowry system, Remedial Measures 5.3 Juvenile Delinquency, Treatment of Juvenile Delinquents, Remedial Measures Internal Assessment

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Recommended Books: 1. Sinha, J. N. : A Manual of Ethics, New Central Book Agency (P) LTD., Kolkata 2. Lillie, William : An Introduction to Ethics, Surjeet Publications, Delhi 3. Mackenzie, J. S. : Outlines of Social Philosophy, Surjeet Publications, Delhi 4. Sengupta, P.B. : Handbook of Social Philosophy, Banerjee Publishers, Kolkata 5. Sinha, A. K. : Outlines of Social Philosophy, Sinha Publishing House, Kolkata D:\Under Graduate Board\Actions\Action UR.doc

SEMESTER II B.A.,LL.B.: 2.4 Minor –I Paper: II (Economics) MACRO ECONOMICS End Semester – 80 Internal Assessment -20 Total Marks: 100 Credit 5 Marks UNIT 1: National Income Analysis 16 1.1 Meaning of National Income; 1.2 Concepts of National Income. 1.3 Methods of Measurement of National Income. 1.4 Difficulties in measurement of National Income. 1.5 Difference Between National Income and Personal income. UNIT 2: Inflation and Deflation: 16 2.1. Meaning-Causes and Effects of Inflation. 2.2. Demand Pull and Cost Push Inflation; 2.3. Deflation-Meaning; 2.4. Measures to control Inflation and Deflation; 2.5. Stagflation. UNIT 3: Business Cycle: 16 3.1. Meaning- Types –Characteristics of Business Cycles 3.2. Phases of a Business Cycle. 3.3. Control of Business Cycle. UNIT 4: Macro Economic Policy: 16 4.1Monetary Policy- Objectives and Instruments of Monetary Policy- Expansionary and Restrictive Monetary policy 4.2. Role of Monetary Policy in a Developing Country 4.3. Fiscal Policy- Objectives and Instruments of Fiscal Policy 4.4. Role of Fiscal Policy in a Developing Country UNIT 5: International Trade and Balance of Payment: 16 5.1. Free Trade vs. Protection-meaning of Free Trade-Case for and against Free tradeProtection-Meaning-Case for and against Protection. 5.2. Balance of Payments-Meaning-Disequilibrium in Balance of Payments-CausesMeasures to Correct Deficit in Balance of Payments. 5.3. Balance of trade- Meaning. 5.4. Foreign Exchange Rate-Meaning. Internal Assessment

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Recommended Books: 1 Ahuja, H.L: Macro Economics-Theory and Policy, S. Chand and Company Ltd., New Delhi 2 Jhingan, M.L.: Macro Economic Theory, Vrinda Publications(P) Ltd., New Delhi 3 Rana, K.C. and K.N. Verma: Macro Economic Analysis, Vishal Publishing Company, Jalandhar. 4 Shapiro, Edward, Macro Economic Analysis, Galgotia Publications Private Ltd, New Delhi,2007 5 Paul R.R.:Money, Banking and International Trade, Kalyani publishers, Ludhiana, New Delhi 6 Jhingan, M.L.: Money, Banking and International Trade,Konarkk Publishers, New Delhi. 7 Mannur, H.G.: International Economics, Vikash Publishing House Pvt Ltd., New Delhi. D:\Under Graduate Board\Actions\Action UR.doc

SEMESTER II B.A.,LL.B.: 2.4 Minor-II Paper: II (History) Legal History of India End Semester – 80 Internal Assessment -20 Total Marks: 100 Credit Marks

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Unit 1: Introduction 16 1.1 Beginning of East India Company in India 1.1.1Charter of 1600 1.2 Administration of Justice in (1639-1726), Madras 1.3 Administration of Justice in Bombay (1661 – 1726) 1.4 Administration of Justice in Calcutta (1690 – 1726) 1.5 Charter of 1726 1.5.1 Mayor Courts 1.5.2 Courts of the Indians Unit 2: Adalat System 16 2.1 Beginning of the Adalat System 2.1.1 Judicial Plan of 1772 2.2 Regulating Act 1773 2.2.1 Provisions and Merits and Demerits of the Regulating Act 2.2.2 Judicial Plan of 1774 2.3 Three Historic Cases 2.3.1Trial of Nanda Kumar 2.3.2 Patna case 2.3.3 Cossijurah case 2.4 Act of Settlement 1781 2.4.1 Supreme Court at Madras, Bombay and Calcutta Unit 3: Changes in Judicial System 16 3.1 Judicial Measures of Lord Cornwallis 3.1.1 Scheme of Civil Judiciary 1790 3.1.2 Criminal Judicial Reforms 1790 3.1.3 Civil and Criminal Judicial Reforms of 1793 3.2 Judicial Reforms of Lord William Bentinck 3.3 Charter Act of 1833 3.3.1 First Law Commission Unit 4: Establishment of High Courts 16 4.1 The Indian High Court Act 1861 4.2 Composition and Jurisdiction of High Court 4.3 Prerogative writs in India Unit 5: Growth of Legal Profession 16 5.1 The Legal Practitioners Act 1879 5.2 The Indian Bar Council Act 1926 5.3 The Advocates Act 1961 Internal Assessment Books recommended:  Singh M.P., Outlines of Indian Legal and Constitutional History  Mittal, J.K., Constitutional History of India. D:\Under Graduate Board\Actions\Action UR.doc

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 David, Monika, Indian Legal and Constitutional History, Central Law Agency, 2010, Allahbad  Paranjapi, Indian Legal and Constitutional History.  Puri, Indian Legal and Constitutional History.  Keith, A.B., Constitutional History of India  Kulshreshtha’s, V.D, Landmarks in Indian Legal and Constitutional History.  Jain M.P. Indian Legal History, Law Publishers, Agra, 1996

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SEMESTER II B.A.,LL.B.: 2.4 Minor-II Paper: II (Sociology) Sociology of Gender End Semester – 80 Internal Assessment -20 Total Marks: 100 Credit 5 Marks Unit 1: Conceptual Understanding of Gender 16 1.1 Concept, background and significance of Gender 1.2 Gender and Sex: Sociological understanding of Gender Unit 2: Gender theory and Feminism 16 2.1 Feminism: Concept and types, Women movement 2.2 Feminist Criminology Unit 3: Gender related issues and Laws 16 3.1. Domestic violence, Sexual harassment, Witch hunting 3.2. Female Sex& Protective Measure: the constitutional Provisions, 3.3. Role of Media and Civil society Unit 4: Gender and Development 16 4.1. Women and Economic empowerment through NGO and self help group. Unit 5: Conflict Situation and Gender 16 5.1. Violence: Ethnic and communal 5.2. Women in peace process 5.3. Theoretical approaches of Development (Welfare, and Empowerment) Internal Assessment

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Recommended Books : 1. Essed, Goldberg and Kobayashi – A Companion to Gender Studies, Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, UK 2005 2. Wadhwa – Jolly, K.S.: Gender: A Cross-Cultural Perspective. Gyan Publishing House, New Delhi 3. Essed, P – Diversity: Gender, Colour and Culture, Massachusetts Press, Massachusetts, 1996 4. Monro, Surya – Gender Politics: Citizenship, Activism and Sexual Diversity, Pluto Press, London, 2008. 5. Butler, J – Gender Trouble: Feminism and the Subversion of Identity, Routledge, London, 1990. 6. Connell, R.W. – Gender, Cambridge Polity Press, 2002. 7. Desai Neera – Women in Modern India, Vora and Co, 1957 8. Jena, Everett – Women and Social Change in India, Hertiage Publication, Delhi, 1979 9. Pillaj Jaya Kothari – Women and Empowerment, Gyan Publishing House, New Delhi, 1995 10. Saikia J.P. – Problems of Education and Rural Women, DVS Publishers, Guwahati, 2008 11. Madan. G.R. – Indian Social Problems, Allied Publishers Ltd. Asraf Ali Road, New Delhi, 1999 12. Saikia J.P. – Gender: Themes and Issues, Naba Bharati Prakashani, Kolkota – 70009, West Bengal, 2010.

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SEMESTER II B.A.,LL.B.: 2.4 Minor-II Paper: II (Political Science) POLITICAL THEORY – II. End Semester – 80 Internal Assessment -20 Total Marks: 100 Detailed Syllabus

Credit 5 Marks

UNIT 1: Forms of Government: 16 2.1 Parliamentary and Presidential 2.2 Unitary and Federal 2.3 System of Separation of Power. UNIT 2: Democracy and Dictatorship: 16 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5

Meaning, nature and importance of democracy. Merits and Demerits of democracy. Conditions for the successful working of democracy. Dictatorship: Meaning -Basic principles, Merits and Demerits Merits and Demerits of dictatorship.

UNIT 3: Political Ideologies: 16 3.1 Individualism- Laissez Faire 3.2 Liberalism 3.3 Socialism UNIT 4: Concept of Power, Authority and Legitimacy. 16 4.1 Meaning and characteristics of power-kinds of power 4.2 Legitimization of power 4.3 Meaning-characteristics-kinds of authority 4.4 Differences between power and authority

UNIT 5: Political Obligation: 16 5.1 Meaning 5.2 Nature. 5.3 Characteristics. 5.4 Theories of political obligation. 5.4.1 Unlimited political obligation. 5.4.1.1 Force theory 5.4.1.2 Divine origin theory 5.4.1.3 Conservative theory. 5.4.2 Limited political obligation. 5.4.2.1 Consent theory 5.4.2.2 Idealist theory. 5.4.3 Theory against political obligation. 5.4.3.1 Marxist theory. Internal Assessment Books Recommended: 1.Andrew Vincent : Modern Political Ideologies, Oxford ; Blackwell, 1992. 2.Andrew Hacker: Political Theory – Philosophy , Ideology and Science, Toronto : Macmillan, 1961. 3.Andrew Haywood: Politics, New York, Palgrave, 2006. 4.Andrew Haywood: Political Ideologies: An Introduction, Basingstoke and New York: Palgrave, 1997 5.O.P.Gauba: An Introduction to Political Theory, Delhi: Macmillan, 2007. D:\Under Graduate Board\Actions\Action UR.doc

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6.Jessica Kapur : Political Science and Polititcal Theory, London: Rotledge and Kegan Paul, 1987. 7.Geoffrey K. Robert: ADictionary of Political Analysis, London :Longman,1979. 8.Lain McLean: The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Politics , Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2003. 9.H.J. Laski: A Grammer of Politics ,London: Allen and Unwin, 1948. 10Anthony Arblaster: Democracy, New Delhi: World View, 1997. 11.S.P.Varma: Modern Poltical Theory, New Delhi: Vikas, 1990. 12.John A.Hall & G.John lkernberry: The State, New Delhi : World View,1997 13. P.Dunleavy and B. O’Leary: Theories of the State, London: Palgrave, 1987. 14.R.C.Agarwal: Political Theory, New Delhi, 2006 15.V.D.Mahajan: Principles of Political Theory, New Delhi, 2004 16. J.C.Johari: Contemporary Political Theory, New Delhi,2004.

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SEMESTER II B.A.,LL.B.: 2.5 Constitutional Law of India – II

End Semester -80 Internal Assessment -20 Total Marks: 100 Credit8 Marks Unit 1:

The Union and the State Executive

1.1 1.1.1 1.1.2 1.1.3

1.1.4 1.2 1.2.1 1.2.2 1.2.3 1.2.4

Unit 2:

The Union and the State Executive The President of India –qualification –election –term of office –power – impeachment. The Governor –appointment and powers. Relationship between the President/Governor with the Council of Ministers. Nature, scope and extent of executive powers of the Union and the States –Articles 73 & 162. The Union Parliament and State Legislatures Compositions of the Parliament and State Legislatures. Qualification/Disqualification of Members of Parliament and State Legislatures –Anti Defection Law. Prime Minister –Cabinet System –Collective Responsibility Legislative Process –Legislative Privileges –Immunities of members of the Parliament and state legislature. Union and State Judiciary

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Supreme Court of India –Composition –appointment and removal of Judges of the Supreme Court. High Courts in the States Jurisdiction of Supreme Court –original/appellate/advisory jurisdiction – statutory appeal- special leave to appeal –power of review-

2.2 2.3

2.4 2.5

Writs (32-226) Judicial Review (nature and scope) –independence of the Judiciary – Judicial activism –PIL

Unit 3:

Relationship between the Union and the States

3.1 3.2 3.3

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Distribution of Legislative Powers. Administrative Relation. Financial Relation.

Unit 4:

Amendment of the Constitution and Emergency Provisions

4.1

Amendment of the Constitution 4.1.1 4.1.2

4.2 4.2.1 4.2.2 4.2.3

Power of the Parliament to amend the Constitution and procedures (Article 368) Limitation on the power to amend the Constitution –Doctrine of basic feature/structure Emergency Provisions National Emergency State Emergency –Grounds of imposition Financial Emergency

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4.2.4

Effect of declaration of emergency –emergency and fundamental rights 44th Amendment Act.

Unit 5:

Freedom of Trade, Commerce and Intercourse within the Territory of India, services under the Union and States

5.1

Freedom of trade, Commerce and Intercourse –meaning-power of the Parliament –restrictions. Services under the Union and the States –Doctrine of Pleasure –protection against arbitrary dismissal, removal or reduction in rank –Exception of Article 311.

5.2

Internal Assessment Reffered Cases: 1 Keshbananda Bharati Vs. State of Kerala, AIR 1973 SC 1461 2 Maneka Gandhi Vs. Union of India, AIR 1978 SC 597 3 In Respecial reference No. of 1998 (Judges Appointment Case), AIR 1999 SC 1 4 SR Bomai Vs. Union of India, AIR 1994 SC 1918 5 Kuldeep Nayar Vs. Union of India, AIR 2006 SC 312 6 A.D.M. Jabalpur Vs. Srikanth Shukla, AIR 1976 SC 1207 7 Rameswar Prasad Vs. Union of Inda, AIR 2006 SC 980 8 Keshab Singh in-re, AIR 1965 SC 745 9 Union of India Vs. Tulshi Ram, AIR 1985 SC 1416 10 Atiabari Tea State Co. Vs. State of Assam, AIR 1961 SC 232

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Recommended Books Dr. J. N. Pandey –Constitutional Law of India. D. D. Basu –Shorter Constitution of India. V. N. Shukla –Constitutional Law of India. M. P. Jain –Constitutional Law of India. H. M. Sreevai –Constitutional Law of India.

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