- LL.M. (Intellectual Property Rights)
- LL.M. (Real Estate Laws)
- LL.M. (Human Rights)
LL.M. (Intellectual Property Rights, Real Estate and Human Rights):
This one year LL.M. course with specialization in Intellectual Property Rights, Real Estate Laws and Human Rights has been designed to provide a global exposure for students seeking a world class Post Graduate education in law. To achieve above objectives, our LL.M. one year programme in Intellectual Property Rights, Real Estate Laws and Human Rights is an innovative and job oriented programme. School of Law intends to make our students capable for new job opportunities in the field of Corporate Real Estate business and Human Rights in India and abroad.
|Sl.No.||COURSE||ELIGIBILITY||Admission Process||Course Fees||Admission Fees||Security Deposit (Refundable)||Duration|
|1||LLM||The minimum eligibility requires an overall aggregate of 50% marks in BA/BBA/BSc/BTec/BCom-LL.B., five Years integrated course or LLB, three years course. Score in CLAT/ LSAT is considered as admission criteria. Candidates who do not have CLAT/ LSAT score are required to take Ansal University Entrance Exam (AUEE). Candidates passing out in 2016 may also apply.||75% weightage for marks in law + and 25% weightage to interview and CLAT or LSAT Score.||150000||15000||15000||1 Year, Full Time, Post Graduate Degree|
Course Matrix for LL.M.
|LL.M. (Real Estate)||LL.M. (Intellectual Property Rights)||LL.M (Human Rights)|
|Semester I· Research Methods and legal writing· Comparative Public Law· Law and Justice in Globalized World· Property Law· Competition Law||Semester I· Research Methods and legal writing· Comparative Public Law· Law and Justice in Globalized World· Changing Dimensions in IPR· Copyright and Design||Semester I·Research Methods and legal writing·Law and Justice in a Globalizing World·Human Rights Jurisprudence·International Human Rights Law·International Humanitarian Law and Refugee Law
|Semester II· Construction Laws· Public Premises Laws· Haryana Development and Regulations· Land Acquisition Laws· Dissertation (4 Credit)||Semester II· Trademark and Geographical Indications· Intellectual Property in the Digital Era· Sui Generis System of Intellectual Property Protection· Dissertation (4 Credit)||Semester II· Comparative Public Law· Science technology and Human rights· Human Rights and Indian Legal System· International Criminal Law· Dissertation (4 Credit)|