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Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Law (B.A., LL.B.)(B.A., LL.B. Honours)

Course Duration

10 Semesters
(5 Years)

Eligibility Criteria

Pass in PUC or Senior Secondary School course (‘+2’) or equivalent (such as 11+1, ‘A’ level in Senior School Leaving certificate course) from a recognized University of India or outside or from a Senior Secondary Board or equivalent, constituted or recognized by the Union or by a State Government securing in the aggregate, marks not less than 45% (40% in case of SC/ST) 42% in case of OBC) of the total marks.

Note: Candidates who have obtained 10 + 2 or graduation/post-graduation through open universities system directly without having any basic qualification for pursuing such studies are not eligible for admission in the law courses B.A., LL.B (HONS.), B.B.A., LL.B (HONS) candidates having possessed job oriented course and diploma course are not eligible to seek admission to law courses. Admission is based on CLAT/LSAT/REVACLAT.

Good score in REVA University Common Law Aptitude Test (REVA CLAT) or CLAT or any other equivalent examination conducted by recognized Institute / Agency.


Law degrees in India are granted and conferred in terms of the Advocates Act, 1961, which is a law passed by the Parliament both on the aspect of legal education and also the regulation of the conduct of the legal profession. Under the Act, the Bar Council of India is the supreme regulatory body to regulate the legal profession in India and also ensure compliance with the laws and maintenance of professional standards by the legal profession in the country. Traditionally the degrees that were conferred carried the title of LL.B. (Bachelor of Laws) or B.L. (Bachelor of Law). The eligibility requirement for these degrees was that the applicant already has a Bachelor's degree in any subject from a recognized institution. Now, universities offer 5-year duration integrated degrees with the title of B.A., LL.B. (Honours), B.B.A, LL.B. (Honours) etc.

India, today produces the largest number of legal professionals in the world. According to reports, about half a million law students pass out from various colleges in India. The Indian legal market is in a nascent stage in terms of growth. A law student with all desired skills and inherent interests has a wide range of legal professional opportunities available these days. One way, lawyers are required in all walks of life.

In this context, an integrated programme in legal studies leading to B.A., LL.B. degree is designed to create legal professionals to meet the human resources' requirements of various sectors of society

The programme offers students an opportunity to study law by choosing courses from a repository of related courses.

Course Curriculum

01Law and Language-I (Skill)

02Political Theory (Skill)

03General Principles and Economics (Entrepreneurship)

04Essentials of Sociology (Innovation and skill)

05Legal Methods and Legal Systems (Skill )

06Law of Torts, Consumer protection Act & Motor Vehicle Act (Employability)

07 Moot Court (Skill and Employability)

01Law and Language-II (Skill and Employability)

02State and Political Obligations (Skill)

03Managerial Economics (Entrepreneurship)

04Law and Social Issues in India (Skill)

05Jurisprudence (Skill )

06Law of Contract-I (Skill and Employability)

07 Moot Court (Skill and Employability)

01International Relations (Skill)

02Money, Banking & Public finance (Skill and Employability)

03Exploration of Social Inequalities (Skill)

04Constitutional Law- I (Skill and Employability)

05Law of Contract-II (Skill and Employability)

06 Summer Internship (Evaluation) (Skill and Employability)

01Public Policy and Public Administration (Skill)

02Law of Crimes (IPC 1860) (Employability)

03Public International Law (Skill and Employability)

04Constitutional Law- II (Skill and Employability)

05Administrative Law (Skill)

06 Sociology of Diaspora (Skill)

01Political Science V (Anatomy of Political Institutions) (Skill)

02Family Law -I (Skill and Employability)

03Law of Evidence (Skill and Employability)

04Corporate Law (Employability)

05Labour Law -I (Employability)

06Transfer of Property (Skill and Employability)

07 Summer Internship (Evaluation)* (Skill and Employability)

08 Interpretation of Statutes (Skill and Employability)

01Political Science VI Comparative Politics & Governance (Skill)

02Family Law- II (Skill and Employability)

03Criminal Procedure Code, Probation of Offenders Act & Juvenile Justice Act (Skill and Employability)

04Labour Law - II (Employability)

05Civil Procedure Code and Law of Limitation (Skill and Employability)

07 Optional I (choose any one):

  • Criminology & Penology (Subject is Skill Employability)
  • Information Technology Law (Innovation and skill)

01Environmental Law (Skill and Employability)

02Intellectual Property Right (Innovation and Employability)

03International Human Rights Law (Legal Interpretation )

04Private International Law (Legal Interpretation )

05Summer Internship (Evaluation)* (Skill and Employability)

06Optional II (choose any one):

  • Law Relating to Mergers and Acquisition (Honours) (Entrepreneurship and Employability Legal Interpretation)
  • Right to Information Act (Honours) (Entrepreneurship and Employability Legal Interpretation)

07Optional III (choose any one):

  • Banking and Insurance Law (Honours) (Entrepreneurship Skill and Employability)
  • International Criminal Law (Honours) (Entrepreneurship Skill and Employability)

01Law of Taxation (Skill and Employability)

02International Humanitarian & Refugee Law (Skill and Employability)

03International Trade Law (Innovation and skill)

04International Air and Space Law (Innovation and Employability)

05Trade in Service & Immigration Laws (Skill and Employability)

07 Optional IV (choose any one):

  • Maritime Law (Skill and Employability)
  • Media Law (Skill and Employability)
  • Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity and Justice (Innovation and skill)
  • Artificial Intelligence & Law (Intellectual Property Right) (Innovation and skill)

01Professional Ethics and Accountancy (Skill and Employability)

02Research Methodology (Skill and Innovation)

03Moot Court & Internship

04Drafting, Pleadings and Conveyancing (Skill and Employability)

05Infrastructure Law (Skill)

06Summer Internship (Evaluation)* (Skill and Employability)

07 Optional V (choose any one):

  • Investment and Competition Law (Skill and Employability Skill)
  • Women and Law (Honours) (Skill and Employability Skill)

08 Alternative Dispute Resolution (Skill and Employability)

01Major Project / Dissertation (Skill and Employability)

02Moot Court & Internship (Skill and Employability)

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)


To practice as an advocate officer by enrolling as per the rules of the Bar Council of India.


The students are eligible to write the judiciary exam and become judges as per the Judicial Act.


Students can also be part of law firms having the chamber work.

Programme Outcomes (POs)

PO 1Legal knowledge

To acquire and analyse the substantive and procedural laws.

PO 2Problem analysis

Analyse legal documents and resolve problems legally to achieve social and economic justice.

PO 3Problem analysis

Analyse legal documents and resolve problems legally to achieve social and economic justice.

PO 4 Professional Ethics

Understand the principles of Professional Ethics, its processes, procedures and relevant application in the legal world.

PO 5Professional Skills

Demonstrate and provide adequate legal skills in different areas of the legal profession.

PO 6Legal Research and Legal Reasoning

To conduct legal research using analytical and critical thinking.

PO 7Self-employability

To provide a platform of self-employability by developing professional skills in the legal industry.

PO 8Lawyering skills

Practice advocacy skills in different legal professions.

PO 9 Individual and Teamwork

Work as individual and team member in resolving issues in Legal Profession.

PO 10Self-reflection & lifelong learning

To develop an attitude of self-reflection while learning & to be independent and to update the legal knowledge with the latest amendments.

Programme Handbooks

Programme Specific Outcomes

  • PSO - 1: Understand the structure, components and functioning of the various institutions of the Indian legal system and the role of law in day-to-day life.
  • PSO - 2:Describe the general principles of law with the nature and sources of law, relation of law with human and institutional agencies responsible for the protection of human rights, liberty and balancing the interests of individuals and society.
  • PSO - 3: Demonstrate the concepts of the legal provisions by addressing the ideological framework and analyse and apply for the benefit of the larger society.

Career Opportunities

  • Judiciary
  • Law Firm Associate
  • Civil Services
  • JAG (Judge Advocate General) in Indian Army and Navy
  • In-House/General Counsel
  • Officers in Banks
  • ACIO (Assistant Central Intelligence Officer)
  • Mediators, Conciliators
  • Legal Analyst, Law Officers at Public Sectors Units (ONGC, HPCL, etc.)
  • Assistant Manager SEBI
  • Legal Content Writers
  • Legal Process Outsourcing.
  • Ample career opportunities to serve/practice in judicial courts ranging from the District Court to High Court
  • Serve as successful lawyers at district, state, and national levels
  • Business firms
  • Industrial sectors
  • Insurance companies
  • Indian / SAARC Nationals₹ 1000
  • NRI Fee₹ 2000
  • Foreign NationalsUS$ 50