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TMV’s Lokmanya Tilak Law College - B.A.L.L.B. (Five years Law Course)

Aims & Objectives

Course Highlight
TMV’s Lokmanya Tilak Law College has started Choice Based Credit System Pattern which imparts the student oriented education in which there is continuous evaluation through tutorials, assignments, presentations and Viva-Voce.

1. The student should have passed 12th with minimum 45% of marks is eligible for the admission to Five Year B.A.LL.B degree course. Minimum 40% marks for the students/applicants belonging to S.C. and S. T. categories.
2. Any Govt. approved Diploma Course is equivalent to 12th with minimum 45% marks.
3. An Applicant should have passed 10th and 12th by Regular Mode - with minimum 45% marks) is eligible.

Course Pattern
5 years

Total No. of Seats

Medium of Instruction

Syllabus Click Here For Detailed Syllabus
In case any change in partial or full syllabus of the course , examination of the previous syllabus will be conducted only for the next three consecutive times and repeaters shall clear their backlog subjects of the previous syllabus within those three examinations.

Fee Structure (In Rupees)(Fees applicable for current academic year.)
• For 2020-2021 Batch Fee Structure Click Here

Course Structure Click Here For Detailed Course Structure

Examination Pattern
Choice Based Credit System has been adopted as per Vidyapeeth Rules. 60:40 Pattern i.e.External (theory) 60 marks and Internal 40 marks. Internal includes Tutorials, Assignments, Presentation and Viva-voce.

Evaluation Scheme
• External Evaluation Criteria
60 Marks Theory Paper

• Internal Evaluation Criteria
Tutorial 10
Assignment 10
Presentation and Viva-Voce 10
Attendance and Other Activities 10
Total 40 marks

Course Outcome
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Rules of Passing
College has started Choice Based Credit System pattern from this Academic Year and adopted 60:40 pattern. Choice Based Credit System pattern there is External Evaluation of 60 marks and Internal Evaluation of 40 marks and student should get 50% marks individually for External and Internal Evaluation, i.e. 30 marks for External and 20 marks for Internal.

Career scope and Job Opportunities at Exit point
Legal profession is one of the growing and lucrative professions all over the world. Some of the important opportunities of employment and self-employment are as follows:
• Advocate
• Judge /Magistrate
• Non - Judicial member of District Consumer Forum, State Comission and National Comission.
• Public Prosecutor
• Legal Translator
• Judicial Officer to Companies
• Administrator
• Chief Law Officer
• Welfare Commissioner
• Solicitor
• Advocate General
• Attorney General
• Oath Commissioner
• Legal Assistants to Railways
• Legal Assistant / Law Officer and Legal Advisors in Banks, Financial Institutions and Military Service Judicial Members of Income Tax, Sale Tax and Excise Department
• Legal Process Outsourcing (LPO)
• Lecturer /Reader / Professor
• Police Prosecutor
• Law Officer
• Legal Advisor in Multi-National Companies
• Legal Consultant
• Legal Manager
• Labour Commissioner
• Director
• Attorney General
• Notary
• Law Secretaries to Assemblies
Besides job opportunities, self-employments are also available to the Law graduates. One has to enroll himself with the Bar Council. After enrollment as an advocate he can practice law in any of the courts in the country as per the rules, prescribed by the Bar Council of India.
Efforts are going on to globalize Law and the professional courses. A Degree of Law from India is recognized in many countries, especially Commonwealth Countries. A Law professional can do ‘Legal Counseling’, can work with several firms, organizations and agencies at the same time.
A Law graduate may author journals, legal commentaries and bring out reports, academic materials etc.