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Here I am looking for the LLB Syllabus offered at Banaras Hindu University (BHU), Varanasi. Can you please tell me from where I can get it??
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As you require the LLB Syllabus offered at Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi so here I am sharing with you same

LLB Syllabus:

LL.B. First Semester

Compulsory Papers:
1. Formation of Contract (Contract - I)
2. Structure and Working of the Indian Constitution (Constitutional Law - I)
3. Law of Torts
4. Hindu Law-I (Family Law-I)
5. Muslim Law (Family Law- II)
6. General Principles of Crimes (Law of Crimes-I)
7. General Principles of Law Relating to Transfer of Properties
8. Legal Writing Including General English and Hindi-I
9. International Law
10. Interpretation of Statutes - I

LL.B. Second Semester

Compulsory Papers:
11. Performance of Contracts and Specific Relief Act (Contract-II)
12. Constitutional Rights and Liberties (Constitutional Law - II)
13. Consumer Protection Laws
14. Hindu Law - II (Family Law - III)
15. Muslim Law including Indian Divorce Act and Indian Succession Act (Family Law-IV)
16. Specific Offences (Law of Crimes-II)
17. Property Law relating to Specific Transfer and Easement
18. Legal Writing including General English and Hindi- II
19. Law of Human Rights
20. Interpretation of Statutes - II

LL.B. Third Semester

Compulsory Papers :
21. Legal Theory (Jurisprudence - I)
22. Specific Contracts (Contract - III)
23. Criminal Procedure Code
24. Civil Procedure Code
25. Law of Evidence - I
26. Administrative Law - I
27. Formation of Companies and Corporate Capital (Company Law- I).
28. Land Laws Including Ceiling and Other Local Laws-I
29. Professional Ethics, Accountability of Lawyers and Bar-Bench Relation (Practical Training -I)
30. Drafting and Pleadings (Practical Training - II).

LL.B. Fourth Semester

Compulsory Paper :
31. Legal Concepts (Jurisprudence- II)
32. Specific Contracts of Partnership, Sale of Goods and Hire-purchase (Contract -IV)
33. Criminal Procedure Code, Juvenile Justice and Probation of Offenders Act
34. Civil Procedure Code and Limitations
35. Law of Evidence - II
36. Administrative Law - II
37. Company Management, Administration and Winding up of Companies (Company Law - II)
38. Land Laws Including Ceiling and Other Local Laws - II.
39. Professional Ethics, Accountability of Lawyers and Bar-Bench Relation (Practical Training - III) 40. Conveyancing (Practical Training - IV).

LL.B. Fifth Semester

Compulsory Papers :
41. Labour Management Relationship (Labour Law-I)
42. Arbitration , Conciliation and Alternate Dispute Resolution System-I
43. Environmental Law - I
44. Moot Court, Pre-Trial Preparation and Participation in Trial Procedures. Optional Papers : Any four of the optional papers given in Schedule-A (i).
45. Optional Paper - I
46. Optional Paper - II
47. Optional Paper - III
48. Optional Paper - IV

Seminar Papers : Any two of the seminar papers given in Schedule-A(ii)
49. Seminar Paper - I
50. Seminar Paper - II

LL.B. Sixth Semester

Compulsory Papers :
51. Social Security and Other Labour Legislations (Labour Law-II).
52. Arbitration, Conciliation and Alternate Dispute Resolution System - II
53. Environmental Law - II
54. Public Interest Lawyering, Legal Aid and Para Legal Services

Optional Papers : Any four of the optional papers given in Schedule-A(i)
55. Optional Paper - V
56. Optional Paper - VI
57. Optional Paper -VII
58. Optional Paper - VIII Seminar Papers Any two of the seminar papers given in Schedule -A(ii)
59. Seminar Paper - III
60. Seminar Paper - IV

Rest of the detailed syllabus is attached in below file which is free of cost for you

Address:
Banaras Hindu University
Varanasi,
Uttar Pradesh ‎
India

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Hello sir I want to get the LLB course Syllabus of the Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi so can you please provide me this?
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As you need the LLB course Syllabus of the Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi so here I am sharing this with you

LL.B. (HONS.) FIRST SEMESTER
LBH 111: CONSTITUTIONAL LAW-I
The course shall comprise of the following
1 Characteristics of the Indian Constitutions. Special Emphasis shall be placed on (A) Federal Structure and (B) Form of the Government.
2 Union Parliament : Organization, Procedure regarding Enactment of Legislation, Parliamentary Privileges.
3 Union Executive : The President, his Powers and Position including Ordinance Making Power.
4 Prime Minister and the Cabinet. Is the Prime Minister Real Head?
5 Distribution of Legislative Powers between Union and the States. Territorial and Topical Distribution of Powers. Power of Parliament to Legislate on State Matters. Doctrine of Territorial Nexus. Doctrine of Pith and Substance, Doctrine of Colourable Legislation.
6 Emergency Provisions with Special References to Proclamation of Emergency and President's Rule.

LBH112: LAW OF CONTRACT -I (GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF FORMATION OF CONTRACT)
The course shall comprise of the following:
1. Purpose, evaluation and scope of the law of contract.
2. Formation of Contract- Essential conditions:
(a) Proposal and acceptance: Meaning and law relating to communication of
proposal, acceptance and its revocation.
(b) Consideration: Meaning, essential conditions and doctrine of privity of
contract.
(c) Lawful object and lawful consideration.
(d) Consent and free consent: Meaning and essential conditions including
standard Form Contracts.
(e) Capacity to contract including nature and effects of minorís agreement
(f) Void agreement: Meaning and agreements declared to be void by the Indian
contract Act, 1872 with special emphasis on agreements in restraint of trade
and wagering agreements.
3. Discharge of Contract: Meaning and Modes:
(a) Discharge by Performance
(b) Discharge by breach including anticipatory breach of contract.
(c) Discharge by agreement
(d) Discharge by impossibility of performance and its relation with English Law
Doctrine of Frustration.
4. Law Relating to certain Relations resembling those created by contract with special emphasis on doctrine of unjust enrichment.
5. Remedies available under Indian Contract Act, 1872:
(a) Compensation: Meaning and nature
(b) Law relating to award of compensation in case of breach of contract.
(c) Liquidated damages and penalty.

LBH113: LAW OF TORTS INCLUDING MV ACCIDENT AND CONSUMER PROTECTION LAWS
The course shall comprise of the following:
1. Nature and definition of Tort
2. Tort distinguished from crime and contract
3. General differences in Tort: Valenti non Fit Injuria, Act of God, inevitable accident, statutory authority.
4. Vicarious liability: Masterís liability for act of servant
5. Remoteness of damage
6. Absolute and Strict liability
7. Tort against person: Assault, Battery, False imprisonment
8. Tort against property: Nuisance
9. Tort of Negligence: Essentials; contributory negligence, rule of Res Ipra Loguitur
10. Consumer Protection Act 1986: Salient features; consumer Dispute Redressal Agencies
11. Salient features of Motor Vehicle Act 1988 with Special reference to compulsory Insurance; Insurerís liability for third party risks.

LBH114: LAW OF CRIMES-I (INDIAN PENAL CODE)
The Course shall comprise of the following:
1. Definition and nature of crime; General conditions creating criminal liability; Strict
Liability.
2. General Exceptions:
(i) Mistake ( Sections 76 and 79 )
(ii) Accident ( S.80)
(iii) Necessity ( Section 81 )
(iv) Infancy (Sections 82-83)
(v) Unsoundness of Mind ( Section 84)
(vi) Intoxication (Sections 85-86)
(vii) Right of Private Defence (Sections 96-106)
3. Joint and Constructive Liability ( Section 34 and 149 )
4. Preliminary Offences: Abetment, Attempt; Criminal Conspiracy
5. Offences against Human Body:
(i) Culpable Homicide
(ii) Murder
(iii) Kidnapping and Abduction
6. Offences against Property:
(i) Theft
(ii) Extortion
(iii) Robbery and Dacoity
7. Offences against Marriage:
(i) Bigamy
(ii) Adultery
8. Offences against State and Public Tranquility:
(i) Sedition
(ii) Rioting
(iii) Affray

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Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh 221005
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