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    BB.A. LL.B.

    The BBA LLB degree program is an integrated five-year course that combines the study of law and business administration. The objective of the program is to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of legal and business concepts, with a emphasis on Indian knowledge systems (IKS).

    During the first three years of the program, students study core business subjects such as financial accounting, marketing management and organizational behaviour. The legal aspects of the course include constitutional law, the law of contracts and torts. Students are also introduced to the Indian legal system, culture and ethics.

    In the final two years of the program, students delve deeper into legal and business topics, such as securities law, corporate law and intellectual property rights. Additionally, students are required to complete a legal internship and a research project in their final year.

    The emphasis on Indian knowledge systems in the program helps students develop a unique perspective on the study of law and business. By studying IKS, students can gain an appreciation for the cultural and historical context of legal and business practices in India. This provides a deeper understanding of the legal framework and its implications on business practices in India. Overall, the BBA LLB program provides students with a solid foundation in both law and business, with a special focus on IKS.

    The BBA. LLB. program with an option of Honours course is a distinctive academic offering, integrating business administration and law in a single course of study. This interdisciplinary program provides students with a comprehensive understanding of legal principles and their application in a business context. Additionally, students are given the opportunity to undertake an Honours course, which enables them to specialize in a specific area of legal practice, such as Business law or intellectual property law, International Law, Cyber and Data Protection Law, Intellectual Property Rights . Graduates of this program emerge equipped with a unique skill set and a robust understanding of the legal and business landscape, poised to excel in a range of careers, including corporate law, legal consulting, or entrepreneurship.

    Minimum eligibility Criteria:

    • 10 + 2/ PUC/ HSC with minimum 45 % marks (40 % marks for SC. ST. students )

    • Cleared the CLAT or Chanakya University Pravesh Pariksha .

    • Appeared for the Counselling Session under Chanakya University

    USP. BB.A. LL.B. :

    i) Business acumen development for legal preneurship.

    ii) Vaps in emerging domains of law.

    iii) Internship exposure at international legal institutions program with credit (4 credits per year)

    iv) Exposure and training for national and international moot competitions.

    v) Most eminent Judicial officers as adjunct faculty.

    vi) Fostering a unique lex nexis for academic collaboration research.

    vii) Unique modules on Indic/ native models of jurisprudence.

    viii) Practical training on every week basis (court visit/ jail visit/ law firm visit/ NGO visit/ Corporate Visit etc.).

    ix) Basket of six different and prominent honors course to choose.

    x) Corporate training from industrial tycoons

    xi) A corporate law professional training by industry leaders.

    List of Honours / Major under BB.A. LL.B.

    1. Constitutional Law

    2. Alternative Dispute Resolution

    3. International Law

    4. Intellectual Property Rights

    5. Cyber and Data Protection Law

    6. Criminal Law

    Details of Honours Course : –

    1. Constitutional Law: Constitutional law is the backbone of any legal system. It establishes the fundamental principles that govern the relationship between the state and its citizens, as well as the structure of the state itself. Constitution defines the centre and state relations and limitation. It is critical for anyone interested in pursuing a career in law practitioner or Corporate lawyer or social work (CSR) to understand the principles of constitutional law, as it provides the basis for interpreting and applying laws at all levels of government. Advocate who is interested to practice in the High Court or Supreme Court this Specialization is must for the success in the practice.

    2. Alternative Dispute Resolution: Alternative dispute resolution methods, such as mediation and arbitration, Conciliation have become increasingly popular in recent years as a means of resolving legal disputes without the need for costly and time-consuming court proceedings. Understanding alternative dispute resolution is essential for lawyers, as it enables them to provide effective legal representation to their clients and to explore alternative solutions to legal conflicts. ADR is becoming the first choice for corporates to solve their dispute. Indian Apex judiciary is very much interested to promote ADR; hence it is a great opportunity for a future advocate to choose as a career option.

    3. International Law: International law plays a crucial role in governing the relationship between different countries and ensuring global stability and security. Studying international law provides students with an understanding of the legal principles that underpin international relations, as well as the legal frameworks that govern issues such as human rights, trade, and environmental protection. This course and specialization will provide the opportunity for an advocate to work on international level for multinational companies, international agencies, government, or nongovernment organisations.

    4. Intellectual Property Rights: Intellectual property law is an area of law that protects the rights of creators and innovators, and it is critical for anyone involved in creative or technological industries. Understanding intellectual property law is essential for protecting the rights of individuals and businesses, as well as fostering innovation and creativity. There is a great scope of this specialization in India because this is one of the emerging fields of its kind. In future not only the corporate or industries but individual inventors will ask for the legal support from the legal expert of the field.

    5. Cyber and Data Protection Law: As technology continues to advance, so too does the need for laws that govern the use and protection of digital data. Cyber and data protection law is an emerging area of law that focuses on regulating the collection, use, and storage of digital data. Studying this area of law is essential for anyone working in the tech industry, as well as for anyone who uses digital technology in their personal or professional life. This honours course is specially designed for the future advocate who has interest of practice in this emerging field and willing to deal with new area of faceless crime and protect the interest of their innocent client from data theft. This course will provide the opportunity and candidature to work with data protection agencies.

    1. Criminal Law: Criminal law is an essential area of law that governs the behaviour of individuals who break the law. It is critical for anyone interested in pursuing a career in law enforcement or criminal justice to have a thorough understanding of criminal law, as it provides the basis for enforcing laws and maintaining public safety. For an aspirant Advocate this honours course in very – very useful because it strengthens the one of the core areas of practice. Additionally, understanding criminal law is important for individuals who may face criminal charges, as it can help them to protect their rights and defend themselves in court.

    List of General Electives BB.A. LL.B.

    Sr. No.

    Elective – I (Business Law)

    Sr. No.

    Elective – II (International Trade Law)


    International Investment Law


    International Banking & Finance


    Financial Law and Policy


    International Commercial Arbitration and ICC


    Capital Market Regulations


    International Financial Institutions


    Elective – III (International Law)


    Elective – IV (Law and Agriculture)


    Private International Law


    Farmers and Breeders Rights


    International Criminal Law and International Criminal Court


    Law on Micro-finance and Micro-insurance


    International Dispute Resolutions


    Real Estate and Infrastructure Laws


    Elective – V (Crimes & Criminology)


    Elective – VI (Constitutional Law)


    Criminal Psychology


    Gender Justice


    Forensic Science


    Media Law


    Financial and Systemic Frauds


    Judicial Institutions in India: The Law, The Courts, and the Judicial Process


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