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SCHEME OF STUDY

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SCHEME OF STUDY


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Detail of Papers
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PAPER-I SOCIOLOGY (MAJOR-V)
PAPER-II ADMINISTRATIVE LAW
PAPER-III CRIMINAL LAW-I (SUBSTANTIVE LAW)
PAPER-IV CRIMINAL LAW-I (PROCEDURAL LAW)
PAPER-V FAMILY LAW-I
PAPER-VI COMPANY LAW

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PAPER - I
SOCIOLOGY (MAJOR-V)
ACADEMIC SESSION
(2013-2014)
MARKS: 80


MODULE I
INTRODUCTION

DEVELOPMENT (CONCEPT, FEATURES, PATTERNS)
SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
GROWTH AND EVOLUTION
SOCIAL TRANSFORMATION AND SOCIAL CHANGE


MODULE II
PERSPECTIVES ON DEVELOPMENT

LIBERAL
ECOLOGICAL
MARXIAN
THEORIES OF DEVELOPMENT (MODERNIZATION, CENTRE-PERIPHERI, WORLD
SYSTEM, UNEQUAL EXCHANGE)


MODULE III
AGENCIES OF DEVELOPMENT

CAPITALIST
SOCIALIST
MIXED ECONOMY
GANDHIAN, MARKET AND NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATION


MODULE IV
EVOLVING ISSUES

REDEFINING SECURITY
GENDER DISPARITY
SANCTITY OF MARRIAGE
SOCIO-ECONOMIC DISPARITIES


SUGGESTED READINGS

(1) Abraham, M.F., Modern Sociological Theory: An Introduction, OUP, New Delhi
(2) Agarwal, B., A Field of Ones Own: Gender and Land Rights in South Asia, Cambridge
University Press, Cambridge
(3) Appadurai, Arjun, Modernity at Large: Cultural Dimensions of Globalization, OUP, New
Delhi
(4) Dereze, J ean and Amartya Sen, India: Economic Development and Social Opportunity,
OUP, New Delhi
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(5) Desai, A.R. Inidas Path of Development: A Marxist Approach, Popular Prakashan,
Bombay
(6) Giddens Anthony, Global Problems and Ecological Crisis in Introduction to Sociology,
Second Edition, W.W. Norton & Co., New York
(7) Harrison, D. The Sociology of Modernization and Development, Sage, New Delhi
(8) Haq, Mahbub Ul, Reflections on Human Development, OUP, New Delhi
(9) Moor, Wilbert and Robert Cook, Social Change, Prentice-Hall (India), New Delhi
(10) Sharma, S.L. Criteria of Social Development, Journal of Social Action, Rawat, J aipur
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PAPER - II
ADMINISTRATIVE LAW
ACADEMIC SESSION
(2013-2014)
MARKS: 80

MODULE - I

NATURE, SCOPE AND DEVELOPMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE LAW
HISTORY AND REASONS OF GROWTH OF ADMINISTRATIVE LAW
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ADMINISTRATIVE LAW AND CONSTITUTION LAW
DOCTRINE OF RULE OF LAW AND SEPARATION OF POWERS

MODULE - II

DELEGATED LEGISLATION
CONCEPT, NECESSITY AND COMPARATIVE STUDY OF UK AND USA
CLASSIFICATION OF DELEGATED LEGISLATION
CONTROL MECHANISM AND FINALITY CLAUSE

MODULE - III

ADMINISTRATIVE FUNCTIONS AND CLASSIFICATION
ADMINISTRATIVE DISCRETION AND ITS CONTROL
PRINCIPLES OF NATURAL JUSTICE
STATUTORY CORPORATIONS

MODULE - IV

JUDICIAL REVIEW OF ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION
GROUNDS OF JUDICIAL REVIEW: WRIT JURISDICTION, EXCLUSION OF JUDICIAL
REVIEW
PUBLIC INTEREST LITIGATION AS TOOLS OF REDRESS
ALTERNATIVE REMEDIES AGAINST MALADMINISTRATION: COMMISSION OF
ENQUIRY, RIGHT TO INFORMATION AND OMBUDSMAN

RECOMMENDED READINGS

(1) Sathe, S.P., Administrative Law, NexisNexis Butterworths, New Delhi
(2) Takwani, C.K., Lectures on Administrative Law, Eastern Book Company, Lucknow
(3) Basu, Durga Das, Administrative Law, Kamal Law House, Kolkata
(4) J ain, M.P. and S.N. J ain, Principles of Administrative Law, Wadhwa and Company,
Nagpur
(5) J oshi, K.C., An Introduction to Administrative Law, Central Law Publications, Allahabad
(6) Kautilya, Administrative Law, C. J amnadas and Company, Mumbai
(7) Leyland, Peter, Textbook on Administrative Law, Oxford University Press, Delhi
(8) Massey, I.P., Administrative Law, Eastern Book Company, Lucknow

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PAPER - III
CRIMINAL LAW-I (SUBSTANTIVE LAW)
ACADEMIC SESSION
(2013-2014)
MARKS: 80


MODULE I

CONCEPT, ELEMENTS AND DEFINITION OF CRIME
TERRITORIAL JURISDICTION UNDER THE INDIAN PENAL CODE, 1860
GENERAL EXPLANATIONS (SECTIONS 6-52A) AND PUNISHMENTS (SECTIONS 53-75)
GENERAL EXCEPTIONS (SECTIONS 76-106)


MODULE II

ABETMENT (SECTIONS 107-120), CRIMINAL CONSPIRACY (SECTIONS 120A-120B) AND
ATTEMPT TO COMMIT AN OFFENCE (SECTION 511)
OFFENCES AGAINST STATE (SECTIONS 121-130) AND OFFENCES AGAINST PUBLIC
TRANQUILITY (SECTIONS 141-160)
CONTEMPT OF THE LAWFUL AUTHORITY OF PUBLIC SERVANTS (SECTIONS 172-190)
FALSE EVIDENCE AND OFFENCES AGAINST PUBLIC JUSTICE (SECTIONS 191-229)
AND OFFENCES AFFECTING PUBLIC HEALTH, CONVENIENCE, (SECTIONS 268-291)

MODULE III

OFFENCES AFFECTING LIFE (SECTIONS 299-318), HURT AND AGGRAVATED FORM OF
HURT (SECTIONS 319-338)
WRONGFUL RESTRAINT, WRONGFUL CONFINEMENT (SECTIONS 339-348) AND
CRIMINAL FORCE AND ASSAULT (SECTIONS 349-358)
KIDNAPPING AND ABDUCTION (SECTIONS 359-362)
SEXUAL OFFENCES (SECTIONS 375-377)

MODULE IV

THEFT, EXTORTION, ROBBERY AND DACOITY (SECTIONS 378-402), CRIMINAL
MISAPPROPRIATION OF PROPERTY AND CRIMINAL BREACH OF TRUST (SECTIONS
403-409)
CHEATING AND MISCHIEF (SECTIONS 415- 440), CRIMINAL TRESPASS (SECTIONS 441-
462) AND FORGERY (SECTIONS 463- 470)
OFFENCES RELATING TO MARRIAGE (SECTIONS 493-498) AND CRUELTY BY
HUSBAND OR RELATIVES OF HUSBAND (SECTION 498A)
DEFAMATION (SECTIONS 499-502) AND CRIMINAL INTIMATION, INSULT AND
ANNOYANCE (SECTIONS 503-510)

SUGGESTED READINGS

(1) Gaur, K.D., Commentary on Indian Penal Code, Universal Law Publishing Company,
Delhi
(2) Ratan and Dhiraj Lal, Indian Penal Code, Wadhwa and Company, Nagpur.
(3) Misra, S.N., Indian Penal Code, Central Law Agency, Allahabad.
(4) Gaur, K.D., Criminal Law, Lexis Nexis, Butterworths, New Delhi.
(5) Gaur, K.D. Criminal Law: Cases and Materials, Lexis Nexis, Butterworths
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(6) Gaur, K.D., Text Book on the Indian Penal Code, Universal Law Publishing Company,
Delhi.
(7) Kenny, Outlines of Criminal Law, Universal Law Publishing Company, Delhi
(8) Mishra, S.K., Criminal Law of India (Indian Penal Code), Allahabad Law Agency,
Faridabad.
(9) Nelson, R.A., Indian Penal Code, Ninth Editions, Lexis Nexis, Butterworths
(10) Pillai, K.N.C., Essays on Indian Penal Code, Indian Law Institute, New Delhi.
(11) Pillai, P.S.A., Criminal Law, Lexis, Nexis, Butterworths, New Delhi.
(12) Srivastava, S.S., Criminal Law, Central Law Agency, Allahabad.
(13) Tandon, R. Indian Penal Code, Allahabad Law Agency, Faridabad.
(14) Turner, J .W.C., Outlines of Criminal Law, Universal Law Publishing, Delhi.
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PAPER - IV
CRIMINAL LAW-I (PROCEDURAL LAW)
ACADEMIC SESSION
(2013-2014)
MARKS: 80

MODULE - I
INTRODUCTION TO CRIMINAL PROCEDURE CODE

CONSTITUTION OF CRIMINAL COURTS
FUNCTIONARIES UNDER THE CODE
JURISDICTION OF CRIMINAL COURTS
FAIR TRIAL
POWERS OF EXECUTIVE MAGISTRATES


MODULE - II
INVESTIGATION AND PREVENTIVE MEASURES

INVESTIGATION BY POLICE
ARREST, SEARCH AND SEIZURE
PROCEDURE TO SECURE THE ATTENDANCE OF THE ACCUSED
MAINTENANCE OF WIVES AND CHILDREN

MODULE - III

COGNIZANCE OF OFFENCES, CHARGES AND FRAMING OF CHARGES
PLACE OF TRIAL
TRIAL BY MAGISTRATE AND TRIAL BY COURT OF SESSIONS
LIMITATION FOR TAKING COGNIZANCE
JUDGMENT

MODULE - IV

APPEAL, REFERENCE AND REVISION
TRANSFER OF CASES
BAIL
INHERENT POWERS OF COURT
PLEA BARGAINING AND VICTIM COMPENSATION
EXECUTION OF SENTENCES

SUGGESTED READINGS

(1) Kelkar, R.V., Criminal Procedure, Eastern Book Company
(2) Sarkar, S.C., Code of Criminal Procedure, Lexis Nexis
(3) Ratanlal and Dhirajlal, Code of Criminal Procedure, Allahabad Law Agency
(4) Shailender Malik, Code of Criminal Procedure, Allahabad Law Agency
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PAPER - V
FAMILY LAW-I
ACADEMIC SESSION
(2013-2014)
MARKS: 80
MODULE - I

SOURCES AND SCHOOLS OF HINDU LAW
EXTENT AND APPLICATION OF HINDU LAW AND MUSLIM LAW
MARRIAGE UNDER HINDU LAW, MUSLIM LAW, SPECIAL MARRIAGE ACT, 1954
PROHIBITION OF THE CHILD MARRIAGE ACT, 2006

MODULE - II

MATRIMONIAL RELIEF OF RESTITUTION OF CONJUGAL RIGHTS AND JUDICIAL
SEPARATION UNDER HINDU LAW
DIVORCE UNDER HINDU MARRIAGE ACT, 1955 AND SPECIAL MARRIAGE ACT, 1954
JURISDICTION, PROCEDURE APPEALS AND DECREES - Under the Hindu Marriage Act,
1955
BARS TO MATRIMONIAL RELIEF UNDER HINDU LAW

MODULE - III

DIVORCE (TALAQ) UNDER MUSLIM LAW
DOWER
UNCODIFIED LAW OF ADOPTION UNDER HINDU LAW
CODIFIED LAW OF ADOPTION UNDER HINDU LAW (with latest amendments)

MODULE - IV
UNIFORM CIVIL CODE
LAW RELATING TO MAINTENANCE AND ALIMONY: Under the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955;
Under the Hindu Adoption and Maintenance Act, 1956; Under the Criminal Procedure Code,
1973 (Section 125 to 128)
MAINTENANCE TO MUSLIM WIFE
FAMILY COURTS ACT, 1984

SUGGESTED READINGS

1. Bromleys, P.M., Family Law, Fifth Edition, Butterworths, London
2. Derrett, J . D. M., A Critique of Modern Hindu Law, N.M. Tripathi Private Limited,
Bombay
3. Derrett, J . D. M., Introduction to Modern Hindu Law, Oxford University Press, London
4. Diwan, Paras, Law of Adoption Minority Guardianship And Custody, Wadhwa and
Company, Allahabad
5. Fayzee, AAA, Outlines of Muhammedan Law, Oxford
6. Gapalakrishnan, T.P., Codified Hindu Laws, Law Book Company, Allahabad
7. Gour, H.S., The Hindu Code, Law Publishers Private Limited, Allahabad
8. J oseph J ackson and D.T.A. Davies, Matrimonial Offences, Buttersworths, London
9. Mahmood, Tahir, The Hindu Marriage Act, 1955, The Law Book Company Private
Limited, New Delhi
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10. Mulla, Sunderlal T. Desai, Principles of Hindu Law, N.M. Tripathi, Bombay
11. Mulla : Principles of Mohammedan Law
12. Desai, Kumud, Family Law in India, Wadhwa Publication, Nagpur
13. Kusum, Family Law Lectures - I, Lexis Nexis Butterworths, New Delhi
14. Saxena, Poonam Pradhan, Family Law Lectures-II, Lexis Nexis Butterworths, New
Delhi

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PAPER - VI
COMPANY LAW
ACADEMIC SESSION
(2013-2014)
MARKS: 80
MODULE - I

BUSINESS STRUCTURES AND CORPORATE PERSONALITY
CLASSIFICATION OF COMPANIES
LIFTING OF CORPORATE VEIL
ROLE OF PROMOTERS AND REGISTRATION OF COMPANIES

MODULE - II

MEMORANDUM AND ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION
PROSPECTUS AND LIABILITY FOR MISREPRESENTATION
MANAGEMENT AND BOARD GOVERNANCE
MEETINGS AND REQUISITES OF VALID MEETING

MODULE - III

MEMBERSHIP IN COMPANY
TRANSFER OF SHARES AND SHARE CAPITAL
BORROWING AND INVESTMENTS
DEBENTURES AND CHARGES

MODULE - IV

INVESTIGATION IN COMPANY
MAJORITY RULE AND PROTECTION OF MINORITY
INTRODUCTION TO CORPORATE RESTRUCTURING
KINDS OF WINDING UP

SUGGESTED READINGS

(1) Garg, K.C. and Vijay Gupta, Company Law
(2) Majumdar, A.K., Company Law and Practice
(3) Singh, Avatar, Company Law
(4) Datev, V.S., Elements of Company Law
(5) Anantharaman, K.S., Lectures on Company Law and Competition Act
(6) Bourne, Nicholas, Bourne on Company Law, Routledge. Cavendish, New York
(7) Morse, G, Charlesworth Company Law, Sweet & Maxwell, London



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SCHEME OF STUDY


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B.A.LL.B. (HONS.) FYIC
Detail of Papers
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SIXTH SEMESTER





PAPER-I SOCIOLOGY-VI (MAJOR) | SOCIOLOGY OF GENDER
PAPER-II FUNDAMENTALS OF IPRS
PAPER-III TAXATION LAW
PAPER-IV CIVIL PROCEDURE
PAPER-V FAMILY LAW-II
PAPER-VI ENVIRONMENTAL LAW

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PAPER - I
SOCIOLOGY-VI (MAJOR)
SOCIOLOGY OF GENDER
ACADEMIC SESSION
(2013-2014)
MARKS: (80)


MODULE I
INTRODUCTION
SOCIAL CONSTRUCTION OF GENDER
INDIAN FAMILY STRUCTURE AND GENDER DISPARITY
SEXUAL DIVISION OF LABOUR
PATRIARCH NORMS AND VALUES

MODULE II
GENDER AND SOCIETY
ECONOMY AND MARGINALISATION OF WOMEN
POLITY _ RESERVATION AND GENDER EMPOWERMENT
RELIGION AND CULTURE
SOCIAL LEGISLATION

MODULE III
MAJOR SOCIAL ISSUES
ECOLOGICAL DEGRADATION
HARASSMENT IN ORGANIZATION SECTOR
HEALTH AND VIOLENCE
PRESERVATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS AND DIGNITY

MODULE IV
THE CHANGING GENDER PROFILE
WOMEN IN ORGANISED SECTOR
CIVIL SOCIETY AND AND ROLE OF INDIAN WOMEN
IMPACT OF GLOBALISATION ON INDIAN WOMEN
REPRODUCTIVE AND MATERNITY RIGHTS

SUGGESTED READINGS
(1) Altekar, A.S., The Position of Women in Hindu Civilization, Motilal Banarasidass
(Second Edition : Fifth reprint . . ), Delhi
(2) Chodrow, Nancy, The Reproduction of Mothering, University of California Press,
Berkeley
(3) Desai, Neera and M. Krishnaraj Women and Society in India, Ajanta, New Delhi
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(4) Dube, Leela et.al. (eds.) Visibility and Power. Essays on Women in Society and
Development, OUP, New Delhi
(5) Forbes, G., Women in Modern India, Cambridge University Press, New Delhi
(6) India, Government of India Towards Equality: Report of the Committee on the Status of
Women
(7) Maccoby, Eleaner and Carol J acklin The Psychology of Sex Differences, Stanford
University Press, Stanford
(8) McCormack, C. and M. Strathern (ed.) Nature, Culture and Gender, Cambridge
University Press, Cambridge
(9) Myers, Kristen Anderson et.al. (eds.), Feminist Foundations: Towards Transforming
Sociology, Sage, New Delhi
(10) Oakley Ann, Sex, Gender and Society, Harper and Row, New York



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PAPER - II
FUNDAMENTALS OF IPRs
ACADEMIC SESSION
(2013-2014)
MARKS: (80)

MODULE I
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS
MEANING; TYPES OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY UNDER TRIPS; ORIGIN AND
FUNCTIONS OF WIPO
THE COPYRIGHT ACT, 1957: Introduction; Subject-Matter; Ownership
ECONOMIC RIGHTS; MORAL RIGHTS
INFRINGEMENT AND FAIR USE OF COPYRIGHT
MODULE II
LAW RELATING TO PATENTS
OBJECTIVE; SALIENT FEATURES; PATENTABLE AND NON-PATENTABLE INVENTIONS
PROCEDURE FOR REGISTRATION; SECRECY PROVISIONS; PATENT OF ADDITION
AND COMPULSORY LINCENCING
GROUNDS OF OPPOSITION AND REVOCATION
REMEDIES FOR THE INFRINGEMENT
MODULE III
LAW RELATING TO TRADE MARKS
MEANING; FUNCTIONS; DEFINITIONS
PROCEDURE FOR REGISTRATION
INFRINGEMENT OF TRADEMARKS; PASSING OFF ACTION FOR INFRINGEMENT OF
TRADE MARK
REMEDIES FOR INFRINGEMENT
MODULE IV
LAWS RELATING TO DESIGN AND GEOGRAPHICAL INDICATIONS
THE DESIGNS ACT, 2000: Object and Concept; Registration of Design
CANCELLATION OF DESIGN
THE GEOGRAPHICAL INDICATIONS OF GOODS (REGISTRATION AND PROTECTION)
ACT, 1999: Object and Definitions
PROCEDURE FOR REGISTRATION AND REMEDIES

SUGGESTED READINGS

(1) Ahuja, V.K. Law Relating to Intellectual Property Rights, Lexis Nexis, Butterworth, New
Delhi
(2) Wadehra, B.L., Law Relating to Patents, Trade Marks, Copyright, Design and Geographical
Indications, Universal Law Publishing Company, Limited, New Delhi
(3) Anderman, Steven D.,The Interface Between Intellectual Property Right and Competition
Policy, Cambridge University Press, New York
(4) Bently, Lioner, Intellectual Property Law, Oxford University Press, Delhi
(5) Cornish, W.R., Intellectual Property, Patents, Copyright, Trade Marks and Allied Rights,
Sweet and Maxwell, London
(6) David, Bainbridge, Intellectual Property, Pearson Education, Singapore Private Limited
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PAPER - III
TAXATION LAW
ACADEMIC SESSION
(2013-2014)
MARKS: (80)


MODULE I
TAX - Meaning; Types; Canons of Taxation
INCOME TAX ACT, 1961 - Relationship between Income Tax Act and Finance Act
BASIC CONCEPTS Person, Assessee; Income; Assessment Year; Previous Year
RESIDENTIAL STATUS AND SCOPE OF TOTAL INCOME - Residential Status and
Nationality; Types of Residential Status; Determination of Residential Status of Different
Types of Assessees; Scope of Total Income; Income Received or Deemed to be Received ;
Income Accruing or Arising; Incomes Deemed to Accrue or Arise in India
EXEMPTED INCOMES Meaning; Examples of Exempted Incomes under Section 10
TOTAL INCOME Income Under Different Heads; Income Under the Head Salary Basis of
Charge; Allowances; Perquisites; Profit in Lieu of Salary; Deductions from Gross Salary
MODULE II
INCOME FROM HOUSE PROPERTY Basis of Charge; Meaning and Determination of
Annual Value in Case of Let Out House and Self Occupied House; Deductions from Annual
Value
PROFIT AND GAINS FROM BUSINESS OR PROFESSION Basis of Charge; Expressly
Allowed Deductions; Expressly Disallowed Deductions; Methods of Accounting; Compulsory
Maintenance of Books of Account; Tax Audit; Presumptive Taxation
INCOME UNDER THE HEAD CAPITAL GAINS Basis of Charge; Meaning of Capital Asset
and Transfer; Computation of Short Term Capital Gain and Long Term Capital Gain; Meaning
of Cost of Acquisition and Cost of Improvement; Exempted Capital Gains
INCOME FROM OTHER SOURCES Basis of Charge; Gift as Income; Deductions
MODULE III
CLUBBING OF INCOMES Cases Where Income of Others is added in Assessees Total
Income; Revocable Transfer
SET OFF AND CARRY FORWARD OF LOSSES Rules Regarding Set Off of Losses; Carry
Forward and Set Off of Losses under the Head Income from House Property; Business Losses
and Losses under the Head Capital Gains
DEDUCTIONS ALLOWED FROM GROSS TOTAL INCOME Meaning of Gross Total
Income; Deductions in Respect of Certain Payments Savings; Payment of Medical Insurance
Premium; Loan Taken for Higher Education; Donations; Deductions in Respects of Certain
Incomes Under Sections 801A; 801B and 80U of Income Tax Act, 1961
INCOME TAX AUTHORITIES Administrative and Appellate Authorities; Powers of Assessing
Officers
MODULE - IV

ASSESSMENT PROCEDURE - Rules Regarding Filing of Return of Income; Types of
Assessment; Self Assessment; Regular Assessment; Best Judgment Assessment
COLLECTION OF TAX - Deduction of Tax at Source; Salaries; Interest on Securities; Interest
Other Than Interest on Securities; Lotteries Fees for Professional or Technical Services and
Royalty
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ADVANCE TAX When Liability to Pay Advance Tax Arises; Advance Tax Liability Under
Different Situations; Interest Payable by the Assessee or Government
SERVICE TAX - Historical Background; Service Tax - Concept and General Principles;
Payment of Service Tax; Filing of Returns
SUGGESTED READI NGS

(1) Ahuja and Gupta, Direct Tax Laws, Taxmann's Publication, New Delhi
(2) Ahuja, G., Systematic Approach to Income Tax, Bharat Law House, Delhi
(3) Aiyar, A.N., Income Tax Laws, Company Law Institute of India, Chennai
(4) Balachandran, V., Indirect Taxes, Sultan Chand and Sons, New Delhi
(5) Bhargava, U.K., Taxmaan's Income Tax Rules and Forms, Taxmann Publication, New Delhi
(6) Datey, V.S., Indirect Taxes - Law and Practice, Taxman Publications, New Delhi
(7) Davies, W. Williams and Geoffery Morse, Principles of Tax Laws, Sweet and Maxwell,
London
(8) Gaur and Narang, Income Tax Law and Practice, Kalyani Publishers, Ludhiana
(9) Kanga and Palkhivala, Law and Practice of Income Tax, Lexis and Lexis, New Delhi
(10) Manoharan, T.N., Income Tax Law, Snow White Publication, Mumbai
(11) Mehrotra, H.C., Income Tax and Sales Tax, Sahitya Bhawan, Agra
(12) Morse, G., Davies, Principles of Tax Law, Sweet and Maxwell, London
(13) Singhania, Vinod K. and Singhania Monika, Taxmanns Students Guide to Income Tax,
Taxmann Publication Private Limited, New Delhi
(14) Tuli, Arvind, Income Tax Law and Practice, Kalyani Publishers, Ludhiana
(15) Veera Reddy, P., Guide to Service Tax, Asia Law House, Hyderabad

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PAPER - IV
CIVIL PROCEDURE
ACADEMIC SESSION
(2013-2014)
MARKS: (80)

MODULE I
GENERAL

Introduction - History of the Code, Scheme, Definitions and Amendments
Jurisdi ction and Place of Suing Lack of J urisdiction, Irregular Exercise of J urisdiction,
Place of Suing and Objections as to Place of Suing (Ss. 9, 15-21A)
Doctrine of Res Sub-Judi ce and Res Judi cata Applicability, Object, Scope and Limitations
(Ss. 10-11)
Parti es to Suit and Frame of Suit J oinder, Misjoinder and Non-J oinder and Objections as to
Misjoinder and Non J oinder (Order I, II), Pleadings Generally (Order VI), Plaint (Order VII),
Written Statement (Order VIII), Vakalatnama

MODULE II
FILING OF CIVIL SUITS

Summoning of Parties Issue & Service of Summons (Order V, Ss. 27-32)
Appearance of Parti es Appearance and Consequences of Non-Appearance (Order IX), Oral
Examination of Parties by the Court (Order X), Discovery & Inspection (Order XI), Admissions
(Order XII)
Hearing of the Suit Framing of Issues (Order XIV), Disposal of Suits at First Hearing (Order
XV) and Trial (Orders XVI, XVIA, XVII, XVIII)
Judgment, Decree and Order Contents of J udgment, Decree and Order and Distinction
between them (Order XX, Section 34)

MODULE III
SUPPLEMENTAL PROCEEDINGS AND SUITS IN PARTICULAR CASES

Supplemental Proceedings - General, Arrest Before J udgment, Attachment Before J udgment,
Temporary Injunction, Interlocutory Orders and Receiver (Ss. 94-95, Orders XXXVIII, XXXIX,
XL)
Commissions Appointment, Powers, Functions and Commissions at the instance of Foreign
Courts (Ss. 75-78, Order XXVI)
Suits in Particular Cases - General Principles, Suits by (or) Against Government (or) Public
Officers, Suits by (or) Against Aliens and Foreign Rulers, Suits by (or) Against Soldiers, Suits
by (or) Against Corporation, Suits by (or) Against Firms, Suits by (or) Against Trustees,
Executors and Administrators, Suits by (or) Against Minors and Lunatics, Suits Relating to
Family Matters, Suits by Indigent Persons, Suits Relating to Mortgages, Interpleader Suits,
Summary Procedure, Suits Relating to Public Nuisance, Suits Relating to Public Charities (Ss.
79-88, 91-92, Orders XXVII to XXXVII)

Effect of events occurring during the pendency of Suits - Death, Marriage and Insolvency
of Parties, Withdrawal and Compromise of Civil Suits (Order XXII, XXIII)

MODULE IV
PROCEEDINGS AFTER JUDGMENT AND DECREE

Appeals First Appeal, Second Appeal, Appeal to Supreme Court (Ss. 96-111, Orders XLI to
XLV)
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Reference, Review and Revision Object, Scope, Limitations and Difference (Ss. 113-115,
Orders XLVI, XLVII)
Execution Proceedings - General Principles, Courts by which Decree may be Executed,
Payment under Decree, Application for Execution, Modes of Execution, Stay of Execution,
Questions to be Determined by Executing Court, Arrest and Detention, Attachment of Property,
Sale and Delivery, Distribution of Assets (Ss. 36-74, Order XXI)
Miscellaneous Provisions - Inherent Powers of Civil Courts (Ss. 148-153B), Transfer of Suits
(Ss. 22-25), Costs (Ss. 35-35B, Order XXA)

SUGGESTED READI NGS

(1) Takwani, C.K., Code of Ci vil Procedure, Eastern Book Company, Lucknow
(2) Mulla, Code of Civil Procedure, Universal Publishing Company, Delhi
(3) Banerjee, A.K., Code of Ci vil Procedure, 1908-2007, Dwivedi Law House, Allahabad,
(4) Chary's, V.K., Code of Civil Procedure, Gogia Law Publishing, Hyderabad
(5) J ain, M.P., Code of Civil Procedure, Wadhawa and Company, Nagpur
(6) Majumdar, P.K and R.P., Kataria, Commentary on the Code of Civil Procedure,
Universal Publishing Company, Delhi
(7) Majumdar, P.K., Code of Civil Procedure 1908, Orient Publication, New Delhi
(8) Malik, B., Commentaries on Code of Civil Procedure, Central Law Agency, Allahabad
(9) Aiyers, V. Vishwanath, Code of Civil Procedure, Gogia Law Publishing, Hyderabad
(10) Myeni, S.R., Code of Civil Procedure and Limitation Act, Asia Law House, Hyderabad
(11) NLSIU, Bangalore, Case and Material on Civil Procedure, Case No. 1542, NLSIU,
Bangalore
(12) Professional Book, Code of Civil Procedure, Professional Book, New Delhi
(13) Saha. A.N., The Code of Civil Procedure, Universal Law Publishing, Delhi
(14) Sarkar's, Law of Civil Procedure, Universal Law Publishing Company, Delhi
(15) Singh S.N , The Code of Civil Procedure, Sixteenth Edition, Central Law Agency,
Allahabad
(16) Srivastava, R.S., Civil Procedure Code, Central Law Agency, Allahabad
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PAPER - V
FAMILY LAW II
ACADEMIC SESSION
(2013-2014)
MARKS: (80)

MODULE I
LAW OF INHERITANCE UNDER HINDU LAW
HINDU JOINT FAMILY AND COPARCENARY
DISTINCTION BETWEEN MITAKSHRA AND DAYABHAGA SCHOOLS OF HINDU LAW
POSITION OF KARTA IN JOINT FAMILY
PARTITION AND REUNION
MODULE II

GENERAL PROVISIONS RELATING TO SUCCESSION
HINDU SUCCESSION ACT, 1956
INTESTATE SUCCESSION OF A HINDU MALE
INTESTATE SUCCESSION OF HINDU FEMALE
MODULE III
LAW OF INHERITANCE UNDER MUSLIM LAW
MUSLIM LAW OF SUCCESSION AND INHERITANCE
DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SHIA AND SUNNI LAW OF INHERITANCE
HIBA AND WASIYAT
MODULE IV
HINDU MINORITY AND GUARDIANSHIP ACT, 1956
GUARDIANSHIP UNDER MUSLIM LAW
GUARDIANSHIP AND WARDS ACT, 1890
CONVERSION AND ITS EFFECT
SUGGESTED READINGS
(1) Alison Diduck and Felicity Kaganas, Family Law, Gender and the State - Text, Cases
and Materials, Second Edition, Hart Publishing, Oxford
(2) Bromleys, P.M., Family Law, Fifth Edition, Butterworths, London
(3) Derrett, J . Duncon M., A Critique of Modern Hindu Law, N.M. Tripathi, Private Limited,
Bombay
(4) Derrett, J . Duncon M., Introduction to Modern Hindu Law, Oxford University Press,
New Delhi
(5) Diwan, Paras, Law of Adoption Minority Guardianship And Custody, Wadhwa and
Company, Allahabad
(6) Eekelaar, J ohn, Family Law and Social Policy, Weidenfeld and Nicolson, London
(7) Gour, H.S., The Hindu Code, Law Publishers Private Limited, Allahabad
(8) J onathan Herring, Family Law, Longman Law Series, Second Edition Pearson
Longman, Harlow
(9) Mahmood, Tahir, The Hindu Marriage Act, 1955, The Law Book Company Private
Limited
(10) Mulla, Sunderlal T. Desai, Principles of Hindu Law, N.M. Tripathi, Bombay
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(11) Nigel, Lowe and Gillian, Dougals, Bromley's Family Law, Tenth Edition, LexisNexis
U.K., London
(12) Raos, E.L. Bhagiratha, Marriage Law and Family Courts Act, Asia Law House,
Hyderabad
(13) Raydens, Law and Practice in Divorce and Family Matters, Vol. 2, Butler Tonner
Limited, London
(14) Stephen M., Cretney, J udith M., Massion and Rebecca Bailey-Harris, Principles of
Family Law, Sweet and Maxwell, London
(15) Saxena, Poonam Pradhan, Family Lectures - II, Lexis Nexis Butterworths, New Delhi



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PAPER - VI
ENVIRONMENTAL LAW
ACADEMIC SESSION
(2013-2014)
MARKS: (80)

MODULE I
GENERAL PRINCIPLES: NATIONAL PERSPECTIVE

GENESIS OF THE PROBLEM
COMMON LAW REMEDIES
STATUTORY REMEDIES UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF IPC/Cr.P.C./CPC
CONSTITUTIONAL PROVISIONS AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION IN INDIA
MODULE II
GENERAL PRINCIPLES: INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE

STOCKHOLM DECLARATION OF 1972
WORLD COMMISSION ON ENVIRONMENT AND DEVELOPMENT 1987
RIO-DECLARATION 1992, EARTH SUMMIT 1997 AND JOHANNESBURG DECLARATION
ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT 2002
EMERGING PRINCIPLES
MODULE III
PREVENTION AND CONTROL OF WATER / AIR / ENVIRONMENT AND
PUBLIC LIABILITY INSURANCE ACT

THE WATER (PREVENTION AND CONTROL OF POLLUTION) ACT, 1974
THE AIR (PREVENTION AND CONTROL OF POLLUTION) ACT, 1981
NOISE POLLUTION AND ITS CONTROL INCLUDING NOISE POLLUTION (REGULATION
AND CONTROL) RULES 2000
THE ENVIRONMENT (PROTECTION) ACT, 1986
MODULE IV
THE NOISE POLLUTION, HAZARDOUS WASTE, RULES AND WILD LIFE
AND NATIONAL GREEN TRIBUNAL ACT

THE PUBLIC LIABILITY INSURANCE ACT, 1991
THE WILD LIFE (PROTECTION) ACT, 1972 - Chapter I, II, III and V
THE NATIONAL GREEN TRIBUNAL ACT, 2010
RULES RELATED TO HAZARDOUS WASTE
SUGGESTED READINGS
(1) Bell, Stuart and Donald Mc Gillivary, Environmental Law, Oxford University Press, New
York
(2) Chandra, Geetanjali and J .N. Pandey, Public Interest Litigation and Environment
Protection, Deep and Deep Publications, New Delhi
(3) Divan, Shyam and Arwin Rosencrantz, Environmental Law and Policy in India, Oxford
University Press, New Delhi
(4) Doabia, T.S., Environmental and Pollution Law in India, Wadwa and Company, Nagpur
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(5) Holder, J ane, Environmental Protection, Law and Policy, Cambridge, New York
(6) J aswal, P.S., Environmental Law, Pioneer Publication, New Delhi
(7) Kothari, Ashish and Anuprita Patel, Environment and Human Rights, National Human
Rights Commission, New Delhi
(8) Leelakrishnan, P., Environmental Law Case Book, LexisNexis Butterworths, New Delhi
(9) Padma, International Environmental Law, Asia Law House, Hyderabad
(10) Rao, R.S., Lectures on Environmental Law, Asia Law House, Hyderabad
(11) Saxena, H.M., Environmental Studies, Rawat Publications, J aipur
(12) Singh G., Gurdip, Global Environmental Change and International Law, Aditya Book,
Delhi
(13) Tripathi, S.C., Environmental Law, Central Law Publications, Allahabad
(14) Upadhyay, Sanjay and Videh Upadhyay, Handbook on Environmental Law, Vols. 1, 2,
and 3, LexisNexis Butterworths, New Delhi
(15) Wolf, Susan, Wolf and Stanley on Environmental Law, Cavendish Publishers, London
(16) Armin Rosencranz and Shyam Diwan, Environmental Law and Policy in India, Oxford
(17) Leela Krishanan, P, The Environmental Law in India, Butterworths, India
(18) Leela Krishnan, Petal, Law and Environment, Eastern, Lucknow
(19) J aswal, P.S, Environmental Law, Allahabad, Law Agency
(20) Patricia Birnie and Alan Boyle, International Law and the Environment, Oxford
(21) Stuart Bell and Donald McGillivray, Environmental Law, Oxford