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BA, LL.B. (Hons.) at Alard University Pune

PROGRAM OVERVIEW

The BA, LL.B. (Hons.) program at Alard University Pune is a 5-year full-time course designed to provide high-quality legal education. It blends theoretical knowledge with practical skills, preparing students to become competent legal professionals. The curriculum focuses on current legal theory, practical applications, and emerging trends, aiming to develop responsible and visionary professionals. Students learn advocacy skills, legal writing, time management, and court etiquette.

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE PROGRAM

ABOUT CURRICULUM

The curriculum combines core humanities subjects like Political Science, Sociology, and History with Law subjects such as Family Law, International Law, and Constitutional Law over five years.

FACILITIES

Alard University Pune offers state-of-the-art infrastructure, well-equipped computer labs and classrooms, libraries, teaching facilities, campus placements, highly experienced faculty, and more. The university provides a user-friendly and conducive environment for an excellent learning experience, with highly qualified specialists to guide students.
  • Legal Practitioner/Solicitor
  • Advocate/Barrister
  • Corporate Counsel/In-house Lawyer
  • Judicial Services
  • Legal Advisor/Consultant
  • Public Sector/Government Jobs
  • Academician/Legal Educator
  • Legal Researcher/Policy Analyst
  • Legal Journalist/Writer
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Academic Qualification: A bachelor’s degree with at least 50% marks from a 
    recognized university. 
  • Entrance Exams: exams such as CLAT, AILET & MH CET LAW  
  •  Alard Entrance & Scholarship Test (AEST).
  • Duration: 5 Years  
  • Fees Per Year: INR 1,50,000/ 
The BA LLB course integrates legal education with humanities subjects over five

SYLLABUS

Sr.NoCourse Name
1.General English - I 
2History-I
3.Legal Methods
4Protection Law-I
5.Political Science-I
6.Law of Torts including M.V. Accident and Consumer Protection Law-I 
7.Sociology - I  
8.Computer Application* 
Sr.No Course Name
1. Legal English
2 History – II
3. Law of Contract - I
4 Political Science – II
5. Law of Torts including M.V. Accident and Consumer Protection Law - II
6. Criminology Sociology
7. Environmental Science
Sr.NoCourse Name
1.Foreign Language - I 
2History-III
3.Law of Contract - II 
4Political Science - III 
5.Constitutional Law - I 
6.Family Law - I  
7.Internship
8.Value Added Courses (Any One) 
a.Communication Skills and Personality Development 
b.EU-Human Rights
c.Medical Ethics Essential for Evidence 
Sr.NoCourse Name
1.Foreign Language - II 
2History of Courts & Legal Profession in India 
3.Law of Crimes (IPC) 
4Economics - I 
5.Constitutional Law - II 
6.Family Law - II
7.Value Added Courses (Any One) 
a.Use of ICT Tools in Law 
b.Research Methodology
c.Competitive/Judicial Examination Training 
Sr.NoCourse Name
1.Economics - II
2Civil Procedure Code - I 
3.Company Law 
4Urban Sociology 
5.Labour Law - I
6.Administrative Law
7.Internship 
8.Value Added Courses (Any One) 
a.Introduction to Statistics for Law Students 
b.Training and Skills Development in Legal Drafting and Office Management 
c.Understanding the International Criminal Court Training 
Sr.No Course Name
1. Criminal Psychology
2 Civil Procedure Code - II
3. Principles of Taxation Laws 
4 Public Administration 
5. Labour Law - II 
6. Intellectual Property Rights 
7. Open Elective I
a. Patent Filing Procedure in India 
b. Cyber Law

 

Sr.NoCourse Name
1.Legal Language and Legal Writing 
2Environmental Law 
3.Criminal Procedure Code-I 
4Law of Property
5.Jurisprudence 
6.Public International Law 
7.Internship 
8.Open Elective II 
a.Introduction to Constitutional Law 
b.Women and Law 
Sr.No Course Name
1. Human Rights Law 
2 Law of Evidence 
3. Programme Elective – II 
4 Criminal Procedure Code - II 
5. Programme Elective – I 
6. Alternate Dispute Resolution System 
7. Elective – I (Crime and Criminology) 
a. International Criminal Law 
b. White Collar Crime 
8. Elective – I (Corporate and Commercial Law) 
a. Goods and Services Tax 
b. Banking Law 
9. Elective – II (Crime and Criminology) 
a. Prision Administration 
b. IT Offences 
10. Elective – II (Corporate and Commercial Law) 
a. Information Technology Law 
b. Competition Law 
 
Sr. No 
Course Name 
1.
Interpretation of Statutes 
2.
Drafting Pleading and Conveyancing 
3.
Programme Elective – III 
4.
Health Care Law 
5.
Professional Ethics and Professional Accounting System 
6.
Programme Elective – IV 
7.
Programme Elective – III (Crime and Criminology) 
a.
Forensic Science and Law 
b.
Penology and Criminology 
8.
Programme Elective – III (Corporate and Commercial Law) 
a.
Transportation Law 
b.
Investment Law 
9.
Programme Elective – IV (Crime and Criminology) 
a.
Woman and Criminal Law 
b.
Offences against Child and Juvenile 
10. 
Programme Elective – IV (Corporate and Commercial Law) 
a.
Law of Carriage 
b.
Financial Market and Regulations 
 
Sr. No 
Course Name 
1.
Research Projects and Internship 
2.
Programme Elective – V 
3.
Elective Programme – VI 
4.
Programme Elective – V (Crime and Criminology) 
a.
Humanitarian Refugee Law 
b.
Comparative Criminal Procedure 
5.
Programme Elective – V (Corporate and Commercial Law) 
a.
Insurance Law 
b.
Bankruptcy and Insolvency 
6.
Programme Elective – VI (Crime and Criminology) 
a.
Juvenile Justice Law and Policy 
b.
Financial and Systematic Fraud 
7.
Programme Elective – VI (Corporate and Commercial Law) 
a.
Law and Corporate Finance 
b.
Corporate Governance