Master of Legislative Law (L.L.M.)
( Constitutional Law / International Trade and Business Law / Taxation Law / Insurance Laws / Family Law / Corporate law and governance / Environmental Law / Criminal Law / Human rights / Intellectual property Law / Jurisprudence)
DURATION : 1 YEAR / 2 YEARS
The LL.M. (Master of Laws) is an internationally recognized postgraduate law degree. An LL.M. is usually obtained by completing a one-year full-time program. LL.M. is an abbreviation of the Latin Legum Magister, which means Master of Laws. Graduates who have pursued Bachelor of Law (L.L.B) and want to pursue specific specialisations in the field of law can take up LLM programmes. The programme focuses on certain areas of law that the candidates have opted. The course is designed to provide education regarding trademarks and trademark law practice in India and across the world. Candidates enrolled in these programmes also learn about various international treaties, agreements and conventions. From the legal history to various present-day legal constraints, different segments of the law are covered in the LLM programme.
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA (QUALIFYING EXAM)
Pass with 50% aggregate marks in Graduate or equivalent. Relaxation to reserved category students as per State Govt. norms.
(5% relaxation to the students of North East states including Sikkim/ Defense Personnel and their Dependents/ Wards of Kashmiri Migrants)
Based on Merit in qualifying examination. Reservation for SC/ST/OBC/PH as per State Government.