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What is the Syllabus for LLM course at Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University. Please give yearwise / semester wise syllabus. I am not able to find it on the university web site.

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PAPER III : - CONCEPT AND DEVELOPMENT OF HUMAN RIGHTS


Syllabus
1.
Human Rights : Concept
Human Right in Indian tradition : ancient, medieval and modern
Human rights in western tradition
Development of natural rights
Human rights in international law and national law
2.
Classification of Human Rights First Second and Third Generations: Historical Development
3.
Human Right : Politics and Society
Colonization, imperialism and human rights
Power, practices, accountability and transparency
Liberalization, privatization and transparency
Human duties : responsibilities and obligations
4
Human Rights and Judicial Process
Judicial activism
5. Human Rights Protection Agencies



PAPER IV : HUMAN RIGHTS AND INTERNATIONAL ORDER

Syllabus
1.
Development of the Concept of Human Rights Under International Law
Role of International Organization and Human Rights
Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948)
Covenant on Political and Civil Rights (1966)
Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (1966)
ILO and other Conventions and Protocols dealing with human rights
2.
Role of regional Organizations
European Convention on Human Rights
European Commission on Human Rights / Court of Human Rights
American Convention on Human Rights
African Convention of Human Rights
Other regional Conventions.
3.
Protection agencies and mechanisms
International Commission of Human Rights
Amnesty International
Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs)
U.N. Divison of Human Rights
International Labour Organization
UNESCO
UNICEF
Voluntary Organizations
National and State Human Rights Commissions
4.
International enforcement of Human Rights
Role of ICJ and regional institutions

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PAPER I: - LAW AND SOCIAL TRANSFORMATION IN INDIA

Syllabus

1.Law and social change
Law as an instrument of social change.
Law as the product of traditions and culture. Criticism and evaluation in the light of colonization and the introduction of common law system and institution in India and its impact on further development of law and legal institution in India.

2.Religion and the law
Religion as a divisive factor.
Secularism as a solution to the problem
Reform of the law on secular lines: Problems.
Freedom of religion and non-discrimination on the basis of religion.
Religious minorities and the law

3.Language and the Law
Language as a divisive factor: Formation of linguistic states.
Constitutional guarantees to linguistic minorities.
Language policy and the constitution: Official language, multi-language system.
Non-Discrimination on the ground of language

4.Community and the law
Caste as a divisive factor
Non-discrimination on the ground of caste
Protective discrimination: Scheduled castes, tribes and backward classes.
Reservation: Statutory commissions, Statutory Provisions.

5.Regionalism and the law
Regionalism as a divisive factor
Concept of India as one unit
Right of movement, residence and business; impermissibility of state or regional barriers.
Admission to educational institutions: Preference to residents of a state

6.Women and the law
Crimes against women
Gender injustice and its various forms
Women’s Commission
Empowerment of women: Constitutional and other legal provisions

7. Children and the law
Child labour
Sexual exploitation
Adoption and related problems
Children and education

8.Modernization and the law
Modernization as a value: Constitutional
Modernization of social institutions through law
Reform of family law
Agrarian reform – Industrialization of agriculture
Industrial reform: Free enterprise v. State regulation – Industrialization v. environmental protection.
Reform of court process
Criminal law: Plea bargaining; compounding and payment of compensation to victim
Civil law: (ADR) Confrontation v. Consensus; mediation and Counciliation; Lok adalats
Prison reforms
Democratic decentralization and local self-government

9.Alternative approaches to law
The jurisprudence of Sarvodaya – Gandhiji, Vinoba Bhave, Jayprakash Narayan – Surrender of dacoits; Concept of Grama Nyayalayas.
Socialist thought on law and justice: An enquiry through constitutional debates on the right to property.
Indian Marxist critique of law justice.
Naxalite movement: causes and cure
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PAPER II :- INDIAN CONSTITUTIONAL LAW : THE NEW CHALLENGES

Syllabus

1. Federalism
1.1 Creation of new states
1.2 Allocation and share of resources – distribution of grants in aid
1.2.1 The inter-state disputes on resources
1.3 Rehabilitation of internally displaces persons.
1.4 Centre’s responsibility and internal disturbance within States.
1.5 Directions of the Centre to the State under Article 356 and 365
1.6 Federal Comity : Relationship of truth and faith between centre and State
1.7 Special status of certain States
1.7.1. Tribal Areas, Scheduled Areas
2. “State” : Need for widening the definition in the wake of liberalization
3. Right to equality: Privatization and its impact on affirmative action
4. Empowerment of women
5. Freedom of press and challenges of new scientific development
5.1. Freedom of speech and right to broadcast and telecast
5.2 Right to strikes, hartal and bandh
6. Emerging regime of new rights and remedies
6.1 Reading Directive Principles and Fundamental Duties into Fundamental Rights
6.1.1 Compensation jurisprudence
6.1.2 Right to education
6.1.2.1. Commercialization education and its impact
6.1.2.2 Brain drian by foreign education market
7. Right of minorities to establish and administer educational institutions and state control.
8. Secularism and religious fanaticism
9. Separation of powers: stresses and strain
9.1 Judicial activism and judicial restraint
9.2 PIL : implementation
9.3 Judicial independence
9.3.1 Appointment, transfer and removal of judges
9.4 Accountability : executive and judiciary
9.5 Tribunals
10. Democratic process
10.1 Nexus of politics with criminal and the business
10.2 Election
10.3 Election commission : Status
10.4 Election Reforms
10.5 Coalition government, ‘Stability, Durability, corrupt Practice’
10.6 Grass root democracy
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PAPER V :- PROTECTION AND ENFORCEMENT OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN INDIA


Syllabus
1.
History and Development of Human Rights in Indian constitution
Constitutional Philosophy – Preamble
Fundamental Rights
Directive Principles of State Policy
Fundamental Duties
2.
Judicial Activism and Development of Human Rights Jurisprudence
3.
Enforcement of Human Rights
Formal enforcement mechanisms
Role of supreme court
Role of High Court
Role of Civil and Criminal Courts
Statutory Tribunals
Special Courts
4.
Role of India in implementing international norms and standards.
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LL.M. stands for Master of Laws is a post-graduate program of two year duration offered by Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University that is in-depth study of law covering the study of statutes in specified areas of law, their historical development, comparative study, judicial analysis and impact of law on the society. Master of Laws program is designed as per the UGC guidelines & is updated with the latest amendments in law.

Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University LLM Syllabus
LL.M. First Year
1. Compulsory Papers
Paper I: Law & Social Transformation in India
Paper II: Indian Constitutional Low: The New Challenges
2. Optional Papers
Group A: Human Rihts
Paper III: Concept and Development of Human Rights
Paper IV: Human Rights and International Order
Paper V: Protection and Enforcement of Human Rights in India
Paper VI: Dissertation
Group B: Business Laws
Paper III: Law of Industrial and Intellectual Property
Paper IV: Legal Regulation of Economic Enterprises
Paper V: Law of Export Import Regulation
Paper VI: Dissertation

LL.M Second Year
Compulsory Papers
Paper I: Judicial Process
Paper II: Legal Education & Research Methodology
Optional Papers (Four papers for 100 marks each)
Group A: - Human Rights
Paper III: Human Rights of Disadvantaged Groups
Paper IV: International Humanitarian Law & Refugee Law
Paper V Science, Technology & Human Rights
Paper VI: Dissertation
Group B: Business Laws
Paper III: Banking Law
Paper IV: Insurance Law
Paper V: Corporate Finance
Paper VI: Dissertation

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can anyone give me notes on above syllbus of ll.m sem -I
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Old October 9th, 2019, 09:52 PM
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Hi sir, I have "business environment and government policy" notes In Kannada language.
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