Five year B.A.LL.B course
5 academic years, 10 semesters
A candidate who has passed the two years Pre-University Examination conducted by the Pre-University Education Board in the State of Karnataka or any other examination considered as equivalent thereto by the Karnataka State Law University is eligible for admission to the Five Year B.A. LL.B Degree Course. A candidate who fulfils the above requirement, shall have obtained not less then 44.5% of the aggregate marks in the qualifying examination. (39.5% in the case of SC and ST Students).
At the time of admission to B.A. LL.B (5 year) course following documents shall be produced.
- Mark-Cards of both I and II Year of the PUC/PDC or HSC (10+2) Examination and S.S.L.C Mark card.
- Transfer certificate and conduct certificate from the college where he/she last studied.
- SC/ST Caste Certificate and Income Certificate from the competent authority in case such candidates are seeking reservation facility.
- Migration Certificate. (For non-Karnataka students only)
- Four Passport size photos with name written on the backside and course opted.
- Copy of Aadhar Card
- Photostat copies of all the above documents (except conduct certificate) in three sets
- Candidate shall not send any original certificate by post. However all original certificate shall be submitted to the college office for University verification.
- Admission is not a matter of right. The college reserves every right to cancel the admission in cases of ineligibility or otherwise.
- General English
- Major-I - Economics-I
- Minor-I Sociology-I
- Minor-II Political Science -I
- Legal Methods
- Kannada / Kannada Kali for Non Karnataka students
- Major- Economics-II
- Minor-I Sociology - II
- Minor-II Political Science-II
- Law of Torts
- Major - Economics-III
- Major - Economics-IV
- Minor-I Sociology-III
- Minor-II Political Science-III
- Constitutional Law I
- Major - Economics-V
- Major - Economics-VI
- Constitutional Law II
- Law of Crimes I-Indian Penal Code
- Contract I-(Law of General contract)
- Labour Law - I
- Family Law –I : (Hindu Law)
- Contract II (Specific Contracts)
- Administrative Law
- Labour Law -II
- Company Law
- Property law
- Family law-II (Mohammedan Law & Indian Succession Act)
- Public International Law
- Law of Taxation
- Criminal Law-II (Cr.P.C)
- Clinical Course-I :Professional Ethics and Professional Accounting System
- Law of Evidence
- Human Rights Law and Practice / Insurance Law
- Banking Law/ Right to Information
- Clinical Course-II : Alternative Dispute Resolution Systems
- Civil Procedure Code and Limitation Act
- Intellectual Property rights–I/Penology & Victimology
- Interpretation of Statutes and Principles of Legislation/Competition Law
- Clinical Course-III: Drafting, Pleading and Conveyance
- Environmental Law
- Land Law/Law relating to International Trade Economics
- Intellectual Property rights–II/White Collar Crimes
- Clinical Course-IV: Moot Court exercise and Internship