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SYLLABUS

BACHELOR OF LAWS PART-II

(5YEAR COURSE)(THIRD & FOURTH SEMESETERS)

FOR 2011-12, 2012-13 &2013-14 SESSIONS
SCHEME OF SSTUIES

THIRD SEMESTER



Paper

Subject

Univ.

Exam.


Internal** Assessment

Max. Marks

I

Economics-I

80

20

100

II

History-I

80

20

100

III

Punjabi-I or Punjab History and Culture-I

80

20

100

IV

Constitutional Law-I

80

20

100

V

Family Law-I

80

20

100




Total

400

100

500


FOURTH SEMESTER


Paper

Subject

Univ.

Exam.


Internal** Assessment

Max. Marks

I

Economics-II

80

20

100

II

History-II

80

20

100

III

Punjabi-I or Punjab History and Culture-II

80

20

100

IV

Constitutional Law-II

80

20

100

V

Family Law-II

80

20

100




Total

400

100

500

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*As per ordinance II(iii)



**The break-up of 20 marks for Internal Assessment will be as under:

(a) Project report on assigned topic - 05 Marks

(b) Project presentation - 05 Marks

(c) Performance in seminar/moot court - 05 Marks

(d) House test - 05 Marks

Total - 20 Marks

(A) GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE PAPER- SETTER FOR ALL THE PAPERS

1. The maximum marks for each PAPER are 80 and the time allowed is 3 hours.

2. The minimum Marks required to pass each PAPER shall be 45%.
3. The question-paper will consist of five units; I, II, III, IV and V. Unit I, II, III and IV will have two questions from the respective units of the syllabus and will carry 121/2 marks each. Unit V will consist of 10 short answer type questions, which will cover the entire syllabus uniformly and will carry 30 marks in all.
(B) INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE CANDIDATES

Candidates are required to attempt one question each from the Units I, II, III, and IV of the question paper and the entire Unit V.


THIRD SEMESTER

PAPER I: ECONOMICS -I
UNIT -I
Nature and scope of economics, Relevance of Law, Type of economy socialistic, capitalistic and mixed economy.
UNIT - II
General Principles of economics: Demand and Supply, Utility Analysis, Consumer Surplus, Determination of price and output under perfect competition, Monopoly and monopolistic competition.
UNIT – III

Marginal Productivity theory of wages under imperfect compitition, Rent, Interest and profits.

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Unit- IV


Say's Law of market, Keynes' theory of Income and employment and output, Multiplier.

SUGGESTED READINGS
1. P.N Chopra, Principles of Economics

2. K.P.M Sundaram, Elementary Economics.

3. Dewett & Verma, Elementary Economy Theory.

4. K.C rana and K.N Verma, Marco Economics.



PAPER II : HISTORY -I
UNIT -I
Society and legal system in Ancient India.

Family and conditions of Women in Vedic Period.

Varna System and Caste System.

Local and Village Administration.


UNIT -II
Policy and Administration under Mauryas and Guptas.

Mughal Government and Administration.


UNIT -III
Justice, Legal System and Judicial Administration in India during East India Rule 1600AD---1858(Regulating Act of 1773, Charter Act, 1774, Act of Settlement--- 1781, Piti's India Act of 1784, Company Charter Act 1793, Charter Act 1813, Charter Act 1833, Charter Act 1853 Govt. of India Act, 1858.
UNIT -IV
Major Judicial System of World : U.K., U.S.A., France
SUGGESTED READINGS
B.S Sharma : Ancient India.

Bipin Chandra : Modern India(NCERT)

Tara Chand : History of the Freedom Movement in India.

J.K Mittal : Legal and Constitutional History of India.

National Book Trust : Freedom Struggle.

J.S Badayal : Comparative Study of Major Political System.


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PAPER III : PUNJAB HISTORY AND CULTURE-I
UNIT-I
---- Physical featurs of the Punjab and their impact on history.

---- Harappan Civilision; Important centres, town planning,

social, religious and economic life of the people.
UNIT-II

--- The Indo-Aryans: Original home and settlement in Punjab, social religious, political and economic life during the Rig Vedic Age.


---- Teaching and impact of Buddhism and Jainism in the Punjab.
UNIT-III
---- Social, religious , political and economic life of the people of

Punjab in the beginning of the century.

----Guru Nanak Dev’s teachings and impact on society.
UNIT-IV
----Development of Sikhism ( 1539-1606) with special reference of

Sangat , Langar, Masand system, compilation of Adi Granth and Martyrdom of Guru Arjun Dev.

---- Martyrdom of Guru Tegh Bahadur Foundation of Khalsa by Guru Gobind Singh, Banda Bahadur and his achievements.

SUGGESTED READINGS


1 L.M.Joshi ( ed): History and culture of the Punjab , Part-I , Patiala,1981 ( 3rd Edition )

2 Kirpal Singh (ed.) : History and Culture of the Punjab , Part-II, 1990 (3rd Edition)

3 A.C.Arora : Ancient Indian History , 2009

4 Khushwant Singh: A History of the Sikhs 1469-1829, Vol.I.

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PAPER IV : CONSTITUTIONAL LAW -I
UNIT -I
Framing of the Constitution:

British Era:

(i) Estlablishment of East India Company.

(ii) End of East India Company Rule.

(iii) Beginning of the British Rule.

(iv) End of the British Rule.

(v) Indian Independence Act, 1947 and the framing of the

New Constitution.

Nature and Salient Features of the Indian Constitution.

The Preamble of the Constitution.


UNIT -II
The Union and its Territory.

Citizenship.

The Union Executive.

The State Executive.


UNIT -III
The Union Judiciary.

The State Judiciary.

Writs.
UNIT -IV
Fundamental Rights.

Directive Principles of State Policy.

Fundamenta Duties.

SUGGESTED READINGS
M.P Jain : Constitutional law.

D.D Basu : Introduction to Constitution.

S.N Shukla : Constitution of India

H.M Seervai : Constitutional Law of India


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PAPER V : FAMILY LAW -I
UNIT -I
Application of Hindu Law.

Source of Hindu Law.

School of Hindu Law.

Marriage and divorce under the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955.


UNIT -II
Matrimonial remedies under the Hindu marriage Act, 1955.

---- Restitution of conjugal rights.

---- Judicial separation.

---- Nullity of marriage.

---- Void Marriage.

---- Voidable marriage.

---- Divorce.

---- Divorce by mutual consent.

---- Legitimacy of children.

---- Jurisdiction.

---- Bars to matrimonial remedies.

---- Ancillary relief under the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955.

---- Alimony Pendente lite.

---- Permanent alimony and maintenance.

---- Custody of children.
UNIT -III
Joint Family and Coparcenary.

Classification of Property.

---- Joint family Property.

---- Separate of self-acquired Property.

Alienation of joint Family Property.

Partition.

Re- union.
UNIT -IV
The Hindu Succession Act, 1956.

---- Devolution of interest in Mitakshara Coparcenary.

---- Succession to property of a Hindu male dying interstate.

---- Succession to property of a Hindu female dying interstate.

---- General provisions relating to succession.

---- Disqualifications relating to succession.


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SUGGESTED READINGS
1. Dr. Paras Diwan : Modern Hindu Law.

2. Jaspal Singh : Hindu Law of Marriage and Divorce.

3. Mulla : Principles of Hindu Law.

4. Dr. Diwan : Law of Intestate and Testamentary succession.

5. Raghavachariar : Hindu Law.

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FOURTH SEMESTER
PAPER I : ECONOMICS -II
UNIT -I
Measurement of national Income, Problem of Population, Poverty, Income and regional inequalities and unemployment.
UNIT -II
Theories of Economic develpoment---Balanced growth and unbalanced growth, Big Push and Critical minimum effort, Determinant of Economic development.
UNIT -III
Planning--- Adoption and Strategy, Role of Public and Private Sectors. Problems of Public Sector Units. Deficit financing.
UNIT -IV
IBRD, IMF, Asian Development Bank, Economics Liberalisation and EXIM Policy.

SUGGESTED READINGS
1. Rudar Dutt and Sundhram, Indian Economy, Delhi, S. Chand & Co.

2. A.N: Aggarwal, Indian Economics, New Delhi Vikas, 1979.

3. B.K Dhar, Indian Economy.

4. Tadaro M.P., Economic Development.


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PAPER II : HISTORY-II


UNIT -I
---- Social Reforms Movements.

---- Rise of Nationalism and the Freedom Struggle.


UNIT -II
---- Gandhi's Radicalism.

---- Problem of Communalism.


UNIT -III
---- Political/ Judicial and Legislative Institutions under British Administration (The Indian Council Act of 1861, Govt. of India Act 1892, Govt. of India Act 1909,Govt. of India Act 1919, Govt. of India Act 1935 Independence Act, 1947).

---- Development of Institutions----Bureaucracy and Judiciary.


UNIT -IV
---- Various Reforms Introduced by Warren Hastings, Lord Cornwallis, William Bentick.

---- History of Legal Education and Legal Professions.



SUGGESTED READINGS
1. G.K Puri : Indian History (IIMS).

S. Sharma

M.B. Julka

2. D. N Kundra : A New History of Modern India.

3. V.K. Kulshreshta : Legal and Constitutional History of India.

4. J. S Badayal : Comparative Study of Major Political System.



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PAPER III : PUNJAB HISTORY AND CULTURE-II
UNIT-I
---- Origin and Growth of the Sikh Misals, Organization and Gurmata.

---- Ranjit Singh's rise to power, his civil and military administration and relation with the British.


UNIT-II
---- Spread of Modern Education in the Punjab.

---- Socio-Religious Movements; Arya Samaj, Namdhari, Singh Sabha and Ahmadiyas.


UNIT-III
---- Circumstnaces leading to the Partition of the Punjab, 1947 and its effects.

---- Eminent Freedom Fighters of the Punjab- Lala Lajpat Rai, Kartar Singh Saraba, Bhagat Singh and Udham Singh.

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UNIT-IV
---- Great writers and artists of the Punjab Bhai Vir Singh, Puran Singh, Mohan Singh, Mohd. Iqbal, Amrita Shergill and Sobha Singh.



---- A brief survey of the achievements of the Punjab since, 1947: Agriculture, Irrigation, Industry and Education.
SUGGESTED READINGS
1. Kirpal Singh (ed) : History and Culture of the Punjab, Part-II, Patiala, 1990.

2. G.C Narang : Transformation of Sikhism, New Delhi; 1960(4th Edition).

3. Fauja Singh : Eminent Freedom Fighters of Punjab, Patiala 1972

4. Khushwant Singh : A History of the Sikhs, Vol. I and II.



PAPER IV: CONSTITUTIONAL LAW -II
UNIT -I
The Parliament.

The State Legislature.

Privileges of Legislature.
UNIT -II
Legislative relations between Union and State.

Administrative relations between Union and States.

The State Liability.
UNIT -III
Emergency Provisions.

Election Commission.

Freedom of Trade Commerce and Intercourse.
UNIT -IV
Civil Servants.

Service tribunals.

Amendment of the Constitution & Doctrine of basic Structure.
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SUGGESTED READINGS
1. M. P Jain : Indian Constitutional Law.

2. D.D Basu : Introduction of Constitution.

3. S.N Shukla : Constitution of India.

4. H.M. Seervai : Constitutional Law of India.

5. The Constituent Assembly Debates.
PAPER V : FAMILY LAW -II
UNIT -I
---- Adoption under the Hindu Adoption and Maintenance Act, 1956.

---- Who may take in adoption.

---- Who may give in adoption.

---- Who may be taken in adoption.

---- Other conditions and ceremonies of adoption.

---- Effect of adoption.

---- Relationship of adopted child.

---- Maintenance under the Hindu adoption and Maintenance Act, 1956.

---- Maintenance of Wife.

---- Maintenance of widowed daughter-in-law.

---- Maintenance of children and aged parents.

---- Amount of Maintenance.

---- Maintenance of dependants.

UNIT -II
Guardianship under the Hindu Minority and Guardianship Act, 1956.

---- Natural guardian.

---- Testamentary guardian.

---- Guardianship of minor's property.

---- Custody of minor.

---- Consideration for appointment of guardian.

---- The Family Court Act, 1984.


UNIT -III
---- Muslim Law.

---- Marriage.

---- Dower.

---- Divorce.

---- Maintenance with reference to the Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Divorce) Act, 1986
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UNIT -IV
---- Study of the following matrimonial remedies under the Indian Divorce Act, 1869 and the Parsi Marriage and Divorce Act, 1936.

---- Nullity of marriage.

---- Dissolution of Marriage/ Divorce.

---- Judicial separation.

---- Restitution of Conjugal rights.
SUGGESTED READINGS

1. Dr. Paras Diwan : Modern Hindu Law.

2. Dr. Paras Diwan : Muslim Law in Modern India.

3. Dr. Paras Diwan : Family law (Hindu, Muslims, Christian Parsis and Jaws.)

4. Aqil Ahmed : Mohammedan Law.

5. Kumud Desai : Indian law of Marriage and India.

6. B.P. Beri : Law of Marriage and Divorce of India.

7. Jaspal Singh : Law of Marriage and Divorce in India.

8. Mulla : Muslim law.

9. Fyzee : Outlines of Mohammedan Law.

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Panel of examiners for paper-setting and evaluation of papers of Bachelor of Law (5 year Course) Part-II (3rd& 4th Semesters) for the session- 2011-12, 2012-13, 2013-14.


Semester-III
PAPER-I: ECONOMICS-I


  1. Dr. Sukhwinder Singh, Lecturer, Deptt. of Economics, Punjabi Uni. Patiala

  2. Dr. S. S. Gill, Prof. Deptt. of Economics Punjabi Uni. Patiala

  3. Mrs. Manjit Kaur Walia, Lecturer, Govt. College for Women, Chandigarh

  4. Sh. Ashok Kumar Gupta , Lecturer, DAV College, Bathinda.

  5. Mr. J. S. Chawla, Lecturer in Economics, Khalsa College , Amritsar.

  6. Dr. R.K. Bansal, Prof. Deptt. Of Economics Punjabi Uni. Patiala

PAPER-II: HISTORY-I


1. Dr. Kulbir Singh, Reader, Deptt. of History, Punjabi Uni. Patiala

2. Dr. Dalbir Singh Dhillon, Prof. Deptt. of History, Punjabi Uni. Patiala

3. Dr. Hari Singh Boparai, Reader, Deptt. of Correspondence Courses Punjabi Uni. Patiala

4. Dr. Parveen Paul, Deptt. of History, GNDU Amritsar

5. Dr. Surinder Singh , Reader , Deptt of History, Punjab Uni. Chandigarh

6. Dr. Lekh Raj Thakur, Lecturer in History, DAV College Jalandhar

7. Dr. J.S Dhanki, Chairman, Deptt. of History, Punjab Uni. Chandigarh
PAPER-III: PUNJABI

1. Dr. Kuldeep Singh Dhir (Retd.) Deptt. of Punjabi, Punjabi Uni. Patiala

2. Dr. Jaswinder Singh, Prof., Deptt. of Punjabi, Punjabi Uni. Patiala

3. Dr. Satish Kumar Verma, Prof., Deptt. of Punjabi, Punjabi Uni. Patiala

4. Dr. Baldev Singh Cheema, Deptt. of Punjabi, Punjabi Uni. Patiala

5. Dr. G.S. Rahi, c/o Director IAS Training Centre, Punjabi Uni. Patiala

6. Dr. Mann Singh Dhindsa, Reader, Deptt. of C.C. Punjabi, Punjabi Uni. Patiala

7. Dr. Bhupinder Singh Khehra, Deptt. of C.C. Punjabi, Punjabi Uni. Patiala



PAPER-III: PUNJAB HISTORY AND CULTURE



  1. Dr. Rach Sharma, Deptt. of History, GNDU, Amritsar

  2. Dr. Mohinder Singh, Prof.(Retd.)

  3. Dr. Veena Sachdeva, Lecturer, Deptt. of History, Punjabi Uni. Patiala

  4. Mrs. P.S Sodhi, Public College, Smana

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  1. Dr. Shiv Kumar Gupta, Deptt. of History, Punjabi Uni. Patiala

  2. Dr. Kulbir Singh Dhillon, Reader, Deptt. of History, Punjabi Uni. Patiala

  3. Dr. S.M Verma, Lecturer, Deptt. of C.C. Punjabi, Punjabi Uni. Patiala

PAPER-IV: CONSTITUTIONAL LAW-I




  1. Dr. Vijay Bansal, Prof. & Head, Deptt. of Law, Punjab Uni. Chandigarh

  2. Dr. Basant Kumar Sharma, Reader, Deptt. of Law, Punjab Uni. Chandigarh

  3. Dr. B.S. Nirwan, Principal, Baba Farid college of Law, Faridkot

  4. Dr. Vijay Nagpal, Reader, Deptt. of Law, Punjab Uni. Chandigarh

  5. Dr. Rajinder Kumar Marwah, Reader, Deptt. of Law, GNDU Regional Centre Jalandhar.

  6. Dr. Jaspal Singh, Reader, Deptt. of Law, GNDU Amritsar

PAPER-V: FAMILY LAW-I




  1. Dr. Kashmir Singh, Prof. Deptt. of Law, GNDU, Amritsar

  2. Dr. (Miss) K. Gill, Prof., Deptt. of Law, Punjab Uni. Chandigarh

  3. Dr. Sukhdev Singh, Prof.(Retd.), Deptt. of Law, Punjab Uni. Chandigarh

  4. Dr. Mohinder Deep Singh, Reader, Deptt. of Law, GNDU, Amritsar

  5. Dr. S.G Singh, Prof.(Retd.) Deptt. of Law, GNDU, Amritsar

  6. Dr.Basant Kumar Sharma, Prof. Deptt. of Law, Punjab Uni. Chandigarh



Semester-IV
PAPER-I: ECONOMICS-II

1. Mrs.Harvinder Kaur,Lecturer in Economics,Deptt. of Correspondence Courses Punjabi University, Patiala

2. Dr. Ranjit Singh Ghuman. Prof. Deptt. of Economics Punjabi University, Patiala

3. Dr. O.P Sharma, Reader, Punjab School of Economics, GNDU, Amritsar

4. Dr. Gian Singh, Prof. , Deptt. of Economics, Punjabi Uni. Patiala

5. Dr. Sukhraj Singh Bhatti, Lecturer in Economics, Govt. Rajindra College,

Bathinda

6. Dr. M.R. Aggarwal, Deptt. of Economics, Punjab Uni. Chandigarh


PAPER-II: HISTORY-II


  1. Dr. Raghbir Singh, Prof. Deptt. of History, Punjab Uni. Chandigarh

  2. Dr. Shiv Kumar Gupta, Head, Deptt. of History, Punjabi Uni. Patiala

3. Dr. S.N. Verma, Reader, Deptt. of Correspondence Courses Punjabi Uni.

Patiala
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4. Dr. Veena Sachdeva, Lecturer, Deptt. of History, Punjabi Uni. Patiala

5. Dr. S.S. Sohal, Deptt. of History, GNDU Amritsar

6. Dr. Varinder Singh, Lecturer, Govt. Nehru Memorial College, Mansa
PAPER-III: PUNJABI

1. Dr. Kuldeep Singh Dhir (Retd.) Deptt. of Punjabi, Punjabi Uni. Patiala

2. Dr. Jaswinder Singh, Prof., Deptt. of Punjabi, Punjabi Uni. Patiala

3. Dr. Bhupinder Singh Khehra, Deptt. of C.C. Punjabi, Punjabi Uni. Patiala

4. Dr. G.S. Rahi, c/o Director IAS Training Centre, Punjabi Uni. Patiala

5. Dr. Mann Singh Dhindsa, Reader, Deptt. of C.C. Punjabi, Punjabi Uni. Patiala

6. Dr. Satish Kumar Verma, Prof., Deptt. of Punjabi, Punjabi Uni. Patiala

7. Dr. Baldev Singh Cheema, Deptt. of Punjabi, Punjabi Uni. Patiala


PAPER-III: PUNJAB HISTORY AND CULTURE
1. Dr. Shiv Kumar Gupta, Deptt. of History, Punjabi Uni. Patiala

2. Dr. Kulbir Singh Dhillon, Reader, Deptt. of History, Punjabi Uni. Patiala

3. Dr. Veena Sachdeva, Lecturer, Deptt. of History, Punjabi Uni. Patiala

4. Mrs. P.S Sodhi, Public College, Samana

5. Dr. S.M Verma, Lecturer, Deptt. of C.C. Punjabi, Punjabi Uni. Patiala

6. Dr. Rach Sharma, Deptt. of History, GNDU, Amritsar

7. Dr. Mohinder Singh, Prof.(Retd.)

PAPER-IV: CONSTITUTIONAL LAW-II




  1. Dr. Vijay Bansal, Prof. & Head, Deptt. of Laws, Punjab Uni. Chandigarh

  2. Dr. M.P. Singh, Prof. Faculty of Law, Delhi Uni. Delhi

  3. Dr. Bikram Sharma, Deptt. of Law, Kurukshetra Uni., Kurukshetra.

  4. Dr. Basant Kumar Sharma, Prof., Deptt. of Law, Punjab Uni. Chandigarh

  5. Dr. Daljit Singh, Principal, Khalsa College, Amritsar

PAPER-V: FAMILY LAW-II


1. Dr. (Miss) K. Gill, Prof., Deptt. of Law, Punjab Uni. Chandigarh

2. Dr. S.G Singh, Prof.(Retd.) Deptt. of Law, GNDU Regional Centre, Jalandhar.

3. Dr. V. Kumar, Prof. (Retd.) Deptt. of Law, Punjab Uni. Chandigarh

4. Dr. S.V. Yoga Raj, National Law school of India Uni, Bangalore.

5. Dr. Sukhdev Singh, Prof.(Retd.), Deptt. of Law, Punjab Uni. Chandigarh

6. Dr. Daljit Singh, Principal Khalsa College, Amritsar

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SYLLABUS



BACHELOR OF LAWS PART-IV

(5YEAR COURSE)(SEVENTH & EIGHTH SEMESETERS)

FOR 2011-12, 2012-13 SESSIONS
SCHEME OF STUDIES

SEVENTH SEMESTER

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