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About – Department of Law

The objective of the Department of law is to promote an environment of independent thinking, along with the promotion of the ideals of social inclusion and equality among students &scholars. This is done through a dedicated library with material provided on line of international standards, a fully equipped moot court where regular sessions are organized class room teaching, assignments, projects and through various outreach activities. The students also undertake many legal literacy programs for social welfare causes. The Department provides the learning environment to students to help developing an analytical approach towards law that enables them to be the leaders of the legal profession, render public service and be a great help to the society as a whole. Expert, experienced faculty, excellent library and e-resources and world class infrastructure provide a perfect environment in the University to transforms a student in to a good legal professional with strong moral & ethical traits.



Faculty


List of Faculties
Sr. No. Name Qualification Designation
1 Dr. Kusum Dixit Chouhan LL.M. Ph.D Dean & Head
2 Mrs. Shweta Saxena LL.M. Associate Professor
3 Mr. Yogesh Vamankar LL.M. Ph.D Asst. Professor
4 Mr. Rahul Namdev LL.M. Asst. Professor
5 Ms. Madhavi Patkar LL.M. Asst. Professor


Board of Studies
Internal Members
Sr. No. Name Designation
1 Dr. Kusum Dixit Chouhan Chairman
2 Ms. Shweta Saxena Member
3 Mr. Yogesh Vamankar Member
4 Mr. Rahul Namdev Member
6 Student Member (Will be nominated by the HoD)
External Members
Sr. No. Name Designation
1 Mr. Shrivastava Expert Member


Programme Offered
Department Programme Level Degree Duration Eligibility Criteria
Law Undergraduate Courses BALLB (Hons) 5 years Pass 10 + 2/Equivalent with Science/Commerce
Group

Programme Outcomes

Programme Specific Outcome

  1. Corporate law
  2. International law
  3. Criminal law
Programme Outcome
  1. Students will be able to recognize inter disciplinary relationship between law and other discipline
  2. Students will be able to design solutions with regard to social legal problem.
  3. Students will be able to demonstrate research skills to analyze national international issues.
  4. Students will be able to identify the areas of practical application of law in relation to inter disciplinary area.
  5. Students will be able to develop legal research skills in professionalism.
  6. Students will be able to demonstrate professional ethics and moral values.
  7. Students will be able to interpret theory through clinical legal practice
  8. Students will be able to develop and reflect learning through their career
Programme Specific Outcomes

After learning this programme they have scope in various field like legal processing outsource, self practice in high court, district court in civil & criminal field, & legal associate or advisor in MNC companies &CJ , consumer cases.


Department Programme Level Degree Duration Eligibility Criteria
Law Under Graduate Courses Bachelor of Law (LLB) 3 years Graduate in any Stream with 45%marks for Gen. and 40% for OBC/SC/ST

Group

Programme Outcomes

Programme Specific Outcome

Group
  1. Criminal law
  2. Constitutional law
  3. Corporate law

Programme Outcome
  1. Students will be able to understand in depth knowledge of the subject.
  2. Students will be able to explore interdisciplinary avenue through innovation and research excellence and to synthesize theoretical and practical knowledge.
  3. Students will be able to use contemporary technologies to accumulate information from various sources to analyze and interpret in legal application.
  4. Students will be able to demonstrate leadership qualities and professional etiquette in legal field.
  5. Students will be able to comprehend and apply case laws through verbal and non verbal skills to communicate for timely action.
  6. Students will be able to demonstrate entrepreneurial abilities to capitalize on opportunities and create own ventures..
  7. Students will be able to develop understanding towards social issues and problems and facilitate networking skills for the benefit of the society.
  8. Students will be able to develop and reflect learning through their career.
Programme Specific outcome

As a result of completing this program, students should be able to

  1. After learning this programme they have scope in various field like legal processing outsource, self practice in high court, district court in civil & criminal field, & legal associate or advisor in MNC companies , CJ & also eligible for teaching field.


Department Programme Level Degree Duration Eligibility Criteria
Commerce Post Graduation Master of Law (LLM) 1 years LLB with 45%marks for Gen. and 40% for OBC/SC/ST
Group
  1. Criminal law
  2. Constitutional law
  3. Corporate law

Programme Outcome
  1. Students will be acquainted with national/ international corporate laws.
  2. Students will be exposed to international practices such as commercial arbitration, globalization, investment, foreign collaboration and competition in the business arena
  3. Students will be able to develop a broader and comprehensive approach which could help the students to have a deep understanding of intertwined relationship between law, society and the rising culture.
  4. Students will be able to analyze, interpret and communicate legal information.
  5. Students will be able to develop skills and capacity building of high standards in professional behaviour and personal integrity.
  6. Students will be able to use advanced techniques and methods in legal research and teaching.
  7. Students will be able to recognize the diversity in culture and bring awareness in the global legal fraternity.
  8. Students will be able to develop skills in legal profession to enhance employability and entrepreneurial ventures.
Programme Specific Outcome

After learning this programme they have scope in various field like legal processing outsource, self practice in high court, district court in civil & criminal field, & legal associate or advisor in MNC companies , CJ & also eligible for teaching field.


Department Programme Level Degree Duration Eligibility Criteria
Law Post Graduate Courses PG Diploma (Cyber Law) 1 years LLB with 45%marks for Gen. and 40% for OBC/SC/ST
Programme Outcomes

Programme Specific Outcome

Programme Outcome
  1. This course explores technical, legal, and social issues related to cybercrime.
  2. Cybercrime is a broad term that includes offences where a computer may be the target, crimes where a computer may be a tool used in the commission of an existing offence, and crimes where a computer may play a subsidiary role such as offering evidence for the commission of an offence.
  3. The operation of computers and the internet will be discussed.
  4. The origins and extent of cybercrime, responses from legal systems to cyber-criminals, and the social impact of cybercrimes will be addressed.
  5. Various types of cybercrimes, cyber-criminals, as well as the motivations and methods involved in cyber-offences will be explored.
  6. The etiology of cybercrimes will be analyzed from cultural, subcultural, sociological, and opportunity perspectives. .
  7. International issues and jurisdictional challenges will be critically examined..
Programme Specific Outcome

At the conclusion of this program students will be able to:

  1. Illustrate the operation of computers and the internet.
  2. Identify various classifications of cybercrimes and cyber-criminals.
  3. Describe the prevalence of cybercrimes In India.
  4. Identify the methods and techniques commonly used by cyber-criminals.
  5. Distinguish between various types of cybercrimes with respect to the motivations and methods of operation of offenders, the types of victims or targets, and the spatial, temporal, and legal domains in which they are carried out.
  6. Analyse international issues such as cyber-terrorism, cyber-warfare, and human trafficking..
  7. Examine the ability of existing criminological theories to explain cybercrime.
  8. Explain jurisdictional challenges that nations face when responding to cybercrime..

Department Programme Level Degree Duration Eligibility Criteria
Law Post Graduate Courses PG Diploma (Labour Law) 1 years LLB with 45%marks for Gen. and 40% for OBC/SC/ST
Programme Outcomes

Programme Specific Outcome

Programme Outcome

In this course we will develop the following program outcomes:

  1. Critically analyse, synthesise and reflect on advanced theories, principles, philosophies in the justice sector, both locally and globally, to extend and challenge knowledge and practice.
  2. Use a range of communication, conflict management and teamwork skills to work productively with a diverse range of people in justice environments.
Programme Specific outcome

Upon successful completion of this course, we will be able to:

  1. Critically examine the context of Indian employment laws and the rights and obligations that arise in employment relationships;.
  2. Critically appraise the principles, statutory frameworks, and institutions regulating labour relations in local & global.
  3. Apply principles and rules governing the employment relationship to real world problems and devise solutions;
  4. Apply theoretical and practical skills in the practice of conciliation and arbitration
  5. Outline dispute resolution processes appropriate to culturally diverse environments;
  6. Hypothesise the future direction of labour law and relevant dispute resolution processes and formulate ideas for law reform;
  7. Discuss the legal consequences of a protected and unprotected strike, and describe the correct procedures to be followed in the dismissal of striking employees.


Department Programme Level Degree Duration Eligibility Criteria
Law Post Graduate Courses PG Diploma (Consumer Protection) 1 years LLB with 45%marks for Gen. and 40% for OBC/SC/ST
Programme Outcomes

Programme Specific Outcome

Programme Outcome
  1. Analyse and assess the need for consumer protection, its historical development and outline the areas covered by consumer protection laws,
  2. Analyse and assess the legal obligations of a supplier of goods or services and expalin the legal effect of the use of exclusion clauses in relation to case study material, and explain the concept of supply chain liability.
  3. Analyse and assess the obligations of manufacturers or suppliers in relation to unfair and unsolicited sales techniques and the rights of consumers under the law of tort.
  4. Analyse and outline the liability of manufacturers for unsafe products under Consumer protection Act.
  5. Analyse legislation improving product safety and product information standards and recalls and bans, and enforcement processes.
  6. Identify and analyse the types of credit available, their relative advantages and disadvantages, and the requirements on the part of the credit provider and the consumer.
  7. Analyse and evaluate the bodies available to protect the rights of the consumer and discuss their operations
Programme Specific outcome

Have expert, specialised cognitive and technical skills that equip them to independently:

  1. Analyse, critically reflect on and synthesise complex information, concepts and theories in the field of competition and consumer law.
  2. Research and apply such information, concepts and theories to the relevant body of knowledge and practice; and
  3. Interpret and transmit their knowledge, skills and ideas to specialist and non-specialist audiences
  4. Apply their knowledge and skills to demonstrate autonomy, expert judgment, adaptability, adroitness and responsibility as a practitioner and learner in the field of competition and consumer law.




Special Trainings & Values Addition
    

Moot Court in Operation at AISECT University


At least one work shop & one Seminar every semester

Workshop on Cyber Security
National Seminar in Progress
National Conference
Workshop in Carrier Possibilities

Training on Software


There are large numbers of training sessions on Legal Software enhancing placement options

Guest lecture by High court Advocate
Legal Software Training Visits & Camps
Legal Literacy Camp in progress
District Court Training
Thana Training
Gender Justice



Academic Calendar

Dept of Law(Odd Sem)2017

S.No.

Activity

Date

1

Commencement of semester , Fees Payment and Registration 1st, 3rd, 5th Sem

24 July 2017

2

Commencement of classes  3rd, 5th Sem

25 July 2017

3

MSA- 1 (After Unit- 1) Assignment

10 Aug. 2017

4

Mid Semester Test (MST-I) After (Unit 2)

28-30 Aug. 2017

5

Display of Mid Semester Test-I results and attendance

04 Sept. 2017

6

MSA- 2 (After Unit- 3) Assignment

18 Sept. 2017

7

MST-II, (Test) (Unit 4)

03-05 Oct. 2017

8

Display of MST II Result & Attendance

09 Oct. 2017

9

Submission of Examination Forms and Examination Fees

20 Oct. to 15 Nov. 2017

10

Minor (All Units )

20-25 Nov. 2017

11

Display of Result of Minor

28 Nov. 2017

12

Submission of Examination Forms with Late Fees

16-23 Nov. 2017

13

Preparation Leave

To be notified later

14

Major Semester Final Examination Theory & Practical

04-30 Dec. 2017

15

Semester Vacation

01-20 Jan. 2018

16

Commencement of new semester

22 Jan. 2018

All the two MST's (MST I & MST II) will be for duration of one period only. Class teacher will conduct the MST any day between the block dates given above during class hours with prior notice to the class. MSA's will be two/three sheets assignments to evaluate problem solving skill, analytical approach and conceptual understanding of the student. Minor and Major will be for 3 hours duration each, covering entire syllabus.
Note: -

  1. SAC will notify separately Extracurricular Activity Callander of functions, social gathering and sports meet in consultation with NSS/NCC/Sports incharge and all deans, latest by 14 July 2017.
  2. Deans/department will notify separately an Faculty/Departmental Activity (seminar/guest lecture/visits/value addition workshops/classes etc.) in consultation with other Deans, & SAC by 14 July 2017.

Academic Calendar 2018
Dept of Law
Even Sem

S.No.

Activity

Date

1

Commencement of semester , Fees Payment and Registration 6th, 4th, 2nd Sem

22 Jan. 2018

2

Commencement of classes (Attendance Compulsory) 6th, 4th, 2nd Sem

23 Jan. 2018

3

MSA- 1 (After Unit- 1) Assignment

07 Feb. 2018

4

Mid Semester Test (MST-I) After (Unit 2)

27 Feb. 2018

5

Display of Mid Semester Test-I results and attendance

04 March 2018

6

MSA- 2 (After Unit- 3) Assignment

22 March 2018

7

MST-II, (Test) (Unit 4)

19-21 April 2018

8

Display of MST II Result & Attendance

20 April to 15 May 2018

9

Submission of Examination Forms and Examination Fees

24 April 2018

10

Minor (All Units )

21-25 May 2018

11

Display of Result of Minor

16-23 May 2018

12

Submission of Examination Forms with Late Fees

28 May 2018

13

Preparation Leave

To be notified later

14

Major Semester Final Examination Theory & Practical

30 May to 25 June 2018

15

Semester Vacation

26 June to 10 July 2018

16

Commencement of new semester

11 July 2018

All the two MST's (MST I & MST II) will be for duration of one period only. Class teacher will conduct the MST any day between the block dates given above during class hours with prior notice to the class. MSA's will be two/three sheets assignments to evaluate problem solving skill, analytical approach and conceptual understanding of the student. Minor and Major will be for 3 hours duration each, covering entire syllabus.

  1. SAC will notify separately Extracurricular Activity Callander of functions, social gathering and sports meet in consultation with NSS/NCC/Sports incharge and all deans, latest by 10 Jan. 2018.
  2. Deans/department will notify separately an Faculty/Departmental Activity (seminar/guest lecture/visits/value addition workshops/classes etc.) in consultation with other Deans, & SAC by 10 Jan. 2018.

Placement

Placement Options after Legal Degrees

  •  Placement in Government sector: ADPO, Civil judge, Govt. Pleader, Additional District Judge, Judge Advocate Journal etc.
  • Placement in Private Sector: Legal Associate in MNC companies, legal advisor, Advocacy, Cyber Expert, Academician, LPO etc.

S.No.

Enrollment No.

Name of Student

Placement

Year

1.

AU140102

Shivagi Shrivastav

Civil Judge 2 Class

2015-2016

2.

AU150223

Neha Agarwal

Civil Judge  2 Class

2015-2016

3.

AU151653

Sneh Tiwari

Airport Authority of India

2015-2016

4.

AU160959

Harjeet Kukreja

A.D.J(Bihar&Hariyana)        

2016-2017

5.

 

Mohizzudin Jamali

Airport Authority of India  

2015-2016

6.

AU150519

Nupur N Goyal

Net Qualified

2016-2017

7.

AU161674

Mohit Badke

Civil Judge 2 Class

2015-2016

8.

AU151655

Altmash Rahman

Civil Judge 2 Class

2016-2017

9.

AU150216

Ayushi Gupta

Civil Judge 2 Class

2016-2017

10.

AU150235

Mohit Parsai

Civil Judge 2 Class

2015-2016

11.

AU160335

Muhammad Jeelani

District Legal Aid Officer

2016-2017

Archives
Faculty Cabins
Computer Lab for Law
Workshop on cyber security awareness

Workshop on cyber security awareness
Jail Manual Training
Visit to Central Jail Bhopal

Guest Lecture by Asst. Prof. Aura University Surat
Workshop by high court Delhi Advocate
Cultural Activities - Drama in Wardha ashram
Workshop on cyber security awareness

Gender justice

Thana Training ( T T Nagar Thana)
Thana Training ( T T Nagar Thana)
Extension Work Wardha Ashram
NCC Field Training

NCC Camp