|Progressive Education Society's
Modern Law College
Ganeshkhind, Savitri Bai Phule Pune University Circle, Pune 411016.
Recognised by the Government of Maharashtra, Permanently Affiliated to the Savitribai Phule Pune Unversity & Approved by the Bar Council of India, N Delhi
I.D. No. PU/PN/LAW/189/2003; Recognized U/S. 2(f) &12(B) of UGC Act 1956
L.L.M.(2 Years Credit Pattern)
Master of Law is a Post-Graduation course of Savitribai Phule Pune University. The credit system to be implemented through this curriculum, woul allow students to develop a strong footing in the fundamentals and specialize in the disciplines of his/her liking and abilities. The students pursuing this course would have to develop in depth understanding of various aspects of the subject.
The candidate should have completed B.A.LL.B. /LL.B. (Bachelor Degree of Law).
Admissions will be given as per the selection procedure / policies adopted by the respective Modern Law College, in accordance with conditions laid down by th Savitribai Phule Pune University. Reservation and relaxation will be as per the university rules.
Instructions for the Students:The students seeking admission to Master of Laws course is hereby informed that they are supposed to adhere to the following rules:
A. External Examination
B. Internal Examination
Internal assessment for each course would be continuous and dates for each tutorials/practical tests etc. will be pre-notified in the time table for teaching or placed separately as a part of time table. The P. G. Department / College Internal Assessment Committee will coordinate this activity.
It is a continuous evaluation process. The Internal marks will be evaluated on the basis of the following i.e. attendance, punctuality, practical skills, and oral skills etc., Assessment of internal work will be conducted before conducting External examination.Longish Term Paper will be evaluated by the examiners the same college and the dissertation will be evaluated by one internal and one external examiner.
* 1 Credit is equivalent to 25 Marks.
Distribution of marks:
The Each semester shall consists of four papers; a student has to submit two Longish Term Paper on any two subjects of his/her choice, out of which one Longish Term Paper. The student not opting for LTP in a subject has to opt Seminar paper in that subject.