Welcome to KLU COLLEGE OF LAW

KLEF College of Law was established in the Academic Year 2015-16 with the prior approval of the Bar Council of India (BCI). The College of Law at KL University is training students for the Five Year Integrated BBA. LL.B. program.

The College of Law runs on the lines of National Law Schools in India. The Vice Chancellor of National Law School of India University, Bangalore Prof. R. Venkata Rao and the Central Information Commissioner and former Professor of Law at NALSAR, Hyderabad, Prof. Madabhushi Sridhar, Justice K.G.Shankar, (retired Judge of AP High Court) are part of the External Experts on the Board of Studies in Law, and have helped finalize the program structure and detailed syllabus.

KLU has a highly reputed Management faculty who are training the students in the courses on Business Administration.

COLLEGE OF LAW

Vision

1. To be a centre of excellence in legal education and research
2. To be a catalyst in law reforms.

Mission

1. To impart and disseminate knowledge of law and legal processes
2. To develop students into scholars of law with a sense of social responsibility to serve the community

Objectives of the Program

The 5-year integrated program for B.B.A., LL.B. is aimed at integrating the legal education as a major along with business management as subsidiary. The mandatory law courses as prescribed by the Bar Council of India (BCI) are linked with the courses of business management to enhance the understanding to interpret the law in a better way under any given situation. Law is an instrument of social engineering aimed at social change and social justice. It requires proper understanding of various disciplines across the streams and social sciences subjects like economics and sociology are also integrated into the program along with communication skills and personality development.

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOs)

1. Should be able to stimulate compassion and creativity in the field of legal profession.
2. Strengthen intellectual growth and the capacity to develop ingenious and conscientious solutions to unique and varying tribulations of society and business environment.
3. Acquire leadership capabilities necessary for the competent practice of law and lifelong learning in practice
4. Pursue advanced education, research and development, and other innovative and pioneering efforts in the field of law.

PROGRAM OUTCOMES (POs)

The BBA; LL.B program in KL University is designed to meet the Program Outcomes as identified by Bar Council of India. These constitute a superset of program outcomes identified by National Assessment and Accreditation Council. a) Ability to gain knowledge of law and the application of such knowledge in practice;
b) Be proficient to use the fundamentals and vital principles in law;
c) Identify and solve the social, economic and cultural issues in law;
d) Ability to synthesis academic knowledge to legal problems and find solutions;
e) Recognize the ethical and professional responsibilities and the norms of advocacy ;
f) Ability to research, review, comprehend and utilize such knowledge for Law reform;
g) Converse effectively and work in inter-disciplinary groups and legal institutions;
h) To guide the trainee legal practitioners in the right direction;
i) Ability to understand the real life situation in legal profession and practice;
j) To make the student to learn aesthetically pleasing practice and make it socially relevant; PSOs
k) To equip skills required to deal with a fast changing business environment and legal arena (PSO1);
l) To acquaint with technological developments and to make suitable changes in the field of law and legal profession(PSO2)

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSOs)

1.(PSO1):To equip the students with the skills required to deal with the fast-changing business and legal environment
2.(PSO2):To get the students acquainted with the technological developments and to make suitable changes in the field of law and the legal profession

COURSE OUTCOMES

055 BBA-LLB
Course Course Title Description of the Course Outcome
15BL11C0 General English and Legal Language CO1: Understanding General English and Legal Language with accuracy.
CO2: Apply the reading Techniques to understand the concept fully.
CO3:Demonstrating the Professional mannerisms in Court Room context
15BL11C1 Principles of Management CO1:Understand the key management concepts along with an insight into skills and functionsof managers
CO2: Understand the various tools and processes used in planning.
CO3: Develop in-depth knowledge and insight into organization and staffing related issues.
CO4: Analyze the link between planning and controlling, and various means of directing,controlling there by developing the ability to resolve managerial issues and problems.
15BL11C2 Principles of Economics and Managerial Economics CO1:To understand the basic concepts of economics and responsiveness of consumers' demand to changes in the price of a good or service, the price of other goods and services,and income.
CO2:Understand the different costs of production and how they affect short and long rundecisions.
CO3: To understand managerial economics and the theory of the firm to model businessorganizations.
CO4:Analyze the real world market as being competitive, oligopolistic, or monopolistically competitive and to describe to a non-economist how that market structure affects firmdecisions.
15BL11C3 Law of Torts CO1:Understand the nature and extent of tortuous liability.
CO2:Understand and Disposition on issues of Law Of Trots.
CO3:Apply the Principles of other laws to settle the dispute relating to Law Of Trots.
CO4:Analyze the legal issues of the Law of Torts and Consumer safety and Protection.
15BL11C4 Law of Contracts – I CO1:Understand the basic principles relating to the contracts under the provisions of theIndian contract Act.
CO2: Understand the legal requirements relating to formation and performance of contracts.
CO3:Apply various remedies available for breach of contracts and other circumstances ofdischarge of contracts.
CO4: Analyze the appropriate remedies in appropriate circumstance.
15BL11C5 Introduction to Law and Legal system CO1:Understand the concept of law.
CO2:Understing the law and its interrelation with principles of ethics, religion and morality,
CO3:Apply legal provisions to the legal issues.
CO4:Analyze the legal issues by explaining the structure and working of legal systems.
15ES119 Introduction to I.T CO1:Understand the importance of a computers, devices, basic concepts of software andnetworks.
CO2: Evaluate various formatting option of MS Word
CO3:Understand different features of presentation and Spreadsheet.
15BL12C0 Legal Professional Communication Skills(English – II) CO1:Understanding professional communication skills with accuracy
CO2: Applying the reading technique to understand the context fully.
CO3: Demonstrating the professional manner in a courtroom context.
15BL12C1 Human Resource Management CO1:Integrated perspective on role of HRM in modern business.
CO2:Ability to plan human resources and implement techniques of job design.
CO3:Competency to recruit, train, and appraise the performance of employees.
CO4:Rational design of compensation and salary administration and ability to handleemployee issues.
15BL12C2 Business Environment CO1:Out line various components of business environment.
CO2:Recognize, distinguish, paraphrase and explain impact of business environment onbusiness activities.
CO3:Apply the knowledge to analyze the current situation take prudent decisions .
CO4:Identify, distinguish and present the various facts and uniqueness of the any componentsof the Business Environment.
15BL12C3 Corporate Law CO1:Understand the core concepts in the legal structure of the formation, operation andfundamental aspects of the company.
CO2: Apply the main statutory provisions of the company and other relevant enactments ofthe company.
CO3:Analyze the legal provisions to the legal issues arising in incorporation, functions andoperations of the company.
15BL12C4 Law of Contracts – II CO1: Understand the core concept in the legal structure of contracts, partnership ,sale ofGoods etc.
CO2: Apply the main statutory provisions of the Contract ,partnership and Sale of Goods etc.
CO3: Analyze legal provisions to the legal issue arising in some of the main day to daydealing of the business.
15BL12C6 Cyber Security CO1:Introduction to Information System, Development of Information System, Introductionto information security, Cyber security.
CO2:Analyze Application Security, Archival Storage and Disposal of Data, Identifyingsecurity Threats, security ?Threats to E-Commerce.
CO3:Caterorize Developing Secure Information System, Security Architecture & DesignSecurity Issues, Physical Security of IT Assets, CCTV and instruction Detection Systems.
CO4: Analyze Why Policies should be Developed?, Publishing and Notification Recruitmentof the policies, Information security standards- ISO,IT Act 2000 Provisions, Intellectual Property Law.
15BL21C0 Marketing Management CO1:Explain the key terms ,definitions, and concept used in the study of MarketingManagement.
CO2:Apply the Knowledge of marketing concepts to analyze changing marketingenvironment and factors influencing success in the market.
CO3: Evaluate the effectiveness of marketing decisions and their applicability in a givenenvironment.
CO4:Create better programs and strategies basing on the knowledge of Marketing concepts.
15BL21C1 Macro Economics CO1:Understand the macro economy by using National Income, full employment andunemployment.
CO2:Understand the concepts of Classical Theory, Keynes’s Theory of Income andEmployment, Consumption function, Investment function, Multiplier and Accelerator and Inflation.
CO3:Understand the Money meaning and it’s functions. Analyze monetary and fiscal policyoptions as they relate to economic stabilization in the short run and in the long run.
CO4:Understand how comparative advantage provides the basis for gains through trade.
15BL21C2 Financial and Cost Accountancy CO1:To gain comprehensive understanding of all aspects relating to financial statements, principles, procedure of accounting and their application to different practicalsituation.
CO2:Understand and explain the conceptual frame work of accounting.
CO3:Prepare accounts for various entities under different situations.
CO4:Acquire basic concepts of cost accounting relevant for managerial decision making
15BL21C3 Constitutional Law – I CO1:The student will be able to understand the law relating to constitutional functionaries.
CO2:The students will be able to acquire knowledge relating to three different organs ofstate and their powers and functions.
CO3:The students will be able to grasp the basic ideology about legislature, executive andjudiciary and their sphere of activity.
CO4:The students will be able to understand the nature of performance of three organs ofstate and also appropriate the law governing relationship between them and their working.
15BL21C4 Law of Crimes – I CO1: The students will be able to understand the concept of crime, principles, definition andessential ingredients.
CO2:The students will be able to attain the basic concept of general exceptions to thecriminal liability.
CO3:The students will be able to apply the general principles to various kinds of offences andits criminal liability under the Indian penal code.
15BL21C5 Family Law – I CO1:The students will be able to get full knowledge about family system and differentaspects of marriage under various personal Laws.
CO2:The students will be able to acquire full knowledge about divorce and maintenanceunder various personal Laws
CO3:The students will be able to get full knowledge about legitimacy, conditions relating to adoption, various kinds of guardians and their powers and also working of Family Courts.
CO4:Finally the learner develops his professionalism by applying the rules in solving variousdisputes between the parties to the marriage.
CO1: Understand the core concept of the society in sociological perspectives.
15BL22C0 Dynamics of Social Change CO2:Apply the principles of sociology to the relevant issue and problems of social change.
CO3:Analyze the different theories of sociology on the different dimensions of the socialchange.
15BL22C1 Financial Management CO1:To gain comprehensive understanding of all aspects relating to financial managementand basics of management of business finance.
CO2:Evaluate the financial and divided decisions by using different techniques of valuation.
CO3:Evaluate the Long term and short term investment decisions.
CO4:Determine the working capital requirement in order to maintain optimum level ofworking capital in the organization.
15BL22C2 Management Information Systems CO1:Understand the information needs of an organization and business function.
CO2: Evaluate effectiveness of decision making process and identify its tools.
CO3:Understand DSS techniques for making effective decisions.
CO4:Design parameters for MIS application , for data analysis uses.
15BL22C3 Constitutional Law – II CO1:The students will be able to understand the law relating functionaries.
CO2: The student will be able to acquire knowledge relating to three different organs of stateand their powers and functions.
CO3: The students will be able to grasp the basic ideology about legislature, executive andjudiciary and their sphere of activity.
CO4: The student will be able to understand the nature of performance of three organs ofState and also appreciate the law governing relationship between them and their working.
15BL22C4 Administrative Law CO1:The basic distinction between the constitutional law and administrative law.
CO2:Various methods and procedure to be adopted by the administrative authorities Whileexercising their powers.
CO3:The jurisdiction of court and the extent of judicial review of administrative action.
CO4
15BL22C5 Family Law – II CO1:The student will be able to get full knowledge of succession issues in Hindu familylaw.
CO2:The students will be able to acquire rich understanding of succession issues in Muslimpersonal Law.
CO3:The students will be able to get full knowledge about succession issues in ChristianFamily law.
CO4:Finally the learner is able to apply such principles of solution in dispute settlement.
15BL31C0 Organizational behavior CO1:Understand concept of managing individual behaviour.
CO2: Understand managing groups with an understanding of the group behaviour andleadership.
CO3:Analyse various motivational levels of people and competitive business environment.
CO4:evaluate organizational culture and implement organization change and Developmentinventions.
15BL31C1 Management accounting CO1: To gain comprehensive understanding of all aspects relating to managementaccounting, principles and procedure of financial statements.
CO2: Understand and explain the conceptual frame work of ration analysis.
CO3: Understand the preparation of funds flow statements.
CO4:Acquire basic concept of cash flow statements.
15BL31C2 Labour law – i CO1:The student will be able to UNDERSTAND THE Law Relating to labour visa-visEmployers.
CO2:The learner will be proficient to acquire knowledge relating to various labourlegislations available in India.
CO3: The student will be capable to grapple the basic problems of labour against employers such as situation of labour, service conditions and division of labour, discipline of labour andtheir sphere of activity.
CO4:The students will be competent to recognize the possible disagreements between labourand employers and provide the solution for them.
15BL31C3 Jurisprudence CO1: Students will be familiar with basic concepts of Jurisprudence .
CO2: Students will gain knowledge as to various schools of thought. Students will be able to distinguish differences between various schools of thoughts and their relevance to the presentcontext. Students also be familiar with Sources of Law.
CO3: Students will learn judicious application of mind to various Jural Concepts of law.
CO1:The student will be able to learn different ways of transferring property.
15BL31C4 Law of property CO2:The students will have deeper understanding of procedural understanding of transfer ofproperty.
CO3: Improve ability to examine the substantive law relating to particular transfers such assale, mortgage, lease, exchange , gift and actionable claims and the Easements Act,1882.
15BL31C5 Public international law CO1:The students will be able to understand the concept of public international law.
CO2:The students will be able to acquire Knowledge about basic concept of variousinternational institutions.
CO3:The students will be able to apply the general principles of public international law andits adoption under the Indian Law.
15BL32C0 Quantitative methods CO1:Graphical representation of a given numerical data through its frequency distributionand also calculation of various measures of location and dispersion.
CO2:To estimate the closeness of Bi-variant data and its predictions.
CO3:Determines the chances of occurrences of an event through various probabilitydistributions .
15BL32C1 Interpretation of statutes CO1: Make students aware of the need for statutory interpretation given the imprecision oflanguage and impossibility of anticipating all future events.
CO2: Introduce students to various theories of interpretation and familiarize them withpositions of skepticism and faith in judicial process.
CO3: Enable students to understand and apply various canons of statutory interpretationfollowed in the common law legal system.
CO4:Develop among students the skills involved in legislative drafting
15BL32C2 Labour law – ii CO1:The student will be able to understand the law relating to Wages and factors influencinglabour and employer relations.
CO2:The learner will be proficient to acquire knowledge relating to various social securitylegislations available in India.
CO3:The trainee will be capable of grapple the basic problems of labour against employerssuch as payment of wages, minimum wages and compensation in respect of employment injuries and retirement benefits etc.
CO4:The student will be competent to identify the possible differences between labour and employers in respect of social security & remuneration aspects and provide for the resolutionof such incongruity.
15BL32C3 Law of Banking and N.I. Act CO1:Students will learn various services of banks do have a significant contribution to the development of the economy as such the security to the assets like Money as well as othervaluables belonging to individuals and family units is to a large extent assured.
CO2:The variety of assistance tended by the banks to the common people and businesscommunity cannot be overemphasized in this context.
CO3: The process of the working of the banks and the legal control over them as well as the protection to the consumers of banking services are areas which a student of law isnecessarily familiar with.
15BL32C4 Human rights law CO1:1. Students will have international perspective of law and Human Rights.
CO2:2. students will be conversant about various conventions and Protocols on HumanRights
CO3:3. Students will develop analytical frame work of Municipal & International laws withregard to human rights.
15BL32C5 Moot Court training-I CO1: Articulate the arguments relevant for the competition case.
CO2: Define the structures and general procedures of the Courts in India.
CO3:Understand and competently utilize the rules of procedure, protocol, and negotiatingtechniques common to Moot Court competitions;
CO4: Explain the rationale, format, and instructional methods of the Moot Court simulation.
15BL32C6 Mobile device threats & investigation CO1: Students will be familiar with mobile technological investigating tools/mobileapplications.
CO2:Students will know the associated legal aspects of the mobile applications.
CO3: acquire the necessary knowledge of mobile threats
15BL41C0 Intellectual Property CO1: able to understand the basics of IPR Law
CO2: able to apply the same in the profession
Rights CO3: analyze legal provisions to the legal issue arising in copy rights and patent laws
15BL41C1 Law of Taxation CO1: acquire the basic concepts of tax laws
CO2: builds good practice of tax matters
CO3: acquaint with the formal procedures of tax matters
15BL41C2 Law of Insurance CO: able to understand nature of insurance contracts
CO2: able to apply the same in the profession
CO3: able to settle the disputes of insurance claims.
CO4: apply the principles of different insurance and the respective liabilities and rights.
15BL41C3 Environmental Law CO1: able to understand the basics of environmental Law.
CO2: able to apply constitutional law protections
CO3: familiar with litigations in environmental law issues.
CO4: able to settle issues of environmental law.
15BL41C4 Cyber Law CO1:acquires knowledge of Information System,
CO2: Application of cyber law in respect of infringements of privacy rights
CO3: basic knowledge of e commerce and data protection etc
CO4: Analyze Why Policies should be Developed?, Publishing and Notification Recruitmentof the policies, Information security standards- ISO,IT Act 2000 Provisions, Intellectual Property Law.
15BL41C5 Seminar – I CHOICE CO1: student must personally collect material and put it in systematic writing
CO2: student will be given training in article writing
CO3: present the same in seminar with updated knowledge
15BL42C0 Code of Civil Procedure and Law of Limitation CO1: able to understand basic procedures of civil litigation.
CO2: able to apply special procedures in respect of particular suits.
CO3: acquires knowledge in court procedures and jurisdictional issues.
CO4: also acquaints with the knowledge of appeal procedures and review procedures.
15BL42C1 Law of Crimes – II ( Cr.P.C ) CO1: able to understand basic procedures of criminal litigation.
CO2: able to apply special procedures in respect of particular criminal case summonscase, warrant case
CO3: acquires knowledge in court procedures and jurisdictional issues.
CO4: also acquaints with the knowledge of appeal procedures and review procedures.
15BL42C2 Law of Evidence CO1: acquires knowledge of adducing evidence on either side of parties
CO2: able to conduct cases in procedure for examination of witness etc
CO3: able to lead and conduct cross examination of witness.
CO4: able to settle issues relating to burden of proof.
15BL42C3 Theories of Justice CO1: understands the concepts of law and justice system
CO2: understands the theories of justice while implementing the laws enforcement.
CO3: able to apply the basic principles of social justice ,economic justice etc.
CO4: learns justice delivery systems and their objectives.
15BL42C4 Media law & Right to Information Act CO1: learns the basic rights of freedom of speech and expression
CO2: acquires the knowledge of rights of persons to know the information from public offices
CO3: able to apply right to information as a tool to have good governance.
CO4
15BL42C5 Moot Court Training – II CO1: able to advance the arguments relevant for the competition case.
CO2: acquires basic structures and general procedures of the Courts in India.
CO3:• Understand and competently utilize the rules of procedure, protocol, and negotiatingtechniques common to Moot Court competitions;
CO4:• able to apply the rationale, format, and instructional methods of the Moot Courtsimulation.
15BL51C0 Alternate Dispute Resolution CO1: understands the nature of ADR
CO1: able to dispose of the legal matters in the Lok Adalat quickly.
CO3: able to give advice the parties to go for legal aid .
CO4: apply the ADR for settlement of disputes in legal process.
15BL51C1 Drafting, Pleading and Conveyance CO1: understands the drafting principles in preparation of documents necessary forsubmission to courts.
CO2: acquires the knowledge of guidelines for the drafting of various pleadings for courtprocedures.
CO3: acquaint with the drafting of conveyance of documents.
CO4: understands the practice of legal profession through documentation.
15BL51C2 Criminology, Penology and Victimology CO1: understands the basic traits of criminal.
CO2: able to verify and apply the penal provision for appropriate case.
CO3: understands the sufferings of victims and justify them in dealing with their cases.
CO4: learns the circumstances in which victims entitle to compensation.
15BL51C3 Seminar II (CHOICE) CO1: student must personally collect material and put it in systematic writing
CO2: student will be given training in article writing
CO3: present the same in seminar with updated knowledge
CO4
15BL51C4 Seminar III (CHOICE) CO1: student must personally collect material and put it in systematic writing
CO2: student will be given training in article writing
CO3: present the same in seminar with updated knowledge
CO4
15BL52C0 Professional Ethics and Professional Accountancy system CO1: learns the concepts of professional ethics.
CO2: able to maintain the good relations among bench and bar
CO3: to be able to extend good advocacy and maintains professional conduct.
CO4: learns to protect himself from any contempt proceedings in case of his deviantbehaviour in court
15BL52C1 Moot Court Exercises-111 CO1: able to advance the arguments relevant for the competition case.
CO2: acquires basic structures and general procedures of the Courts in India.
CO3:• Understand and competently utilize the rules of procedure, protocol, and negotiatingtechniques common to Moot Court competitions;
CO4:• able to apply the rationale, format, and instructional methods of the Moot Courtsimulation.
Gender Justice and CO1: learns basic concepts of gender justice
CO2: able to apply the concept of certain protections of women against men
15BL52C2 Feminist Jurisprudence CO3: understands the discriminative laws in our country about succession, property rightsetc.
CO4: learns the studies for balancing the rights of gender discrimination.
15BL52C3 Final Internship CO1: the student be able to maintain a diary to record the proceedings of his internship atevery year in their course of study.
CO2: learns about the pleadings both civil and criminal.
CO3: understands the various stages of cases at the court trails.
CO4: learns the court formalities and maintenance of decency and decorum of the court.