With the rapid change of socio-political and economic situations, changes in policies, laws, and reforms are taking place in our country at a really fast pace. India is aligning itself with the global scenarios, becoming signatories of many international treaties. All these are giving the legal career a new dimension. Legal professionals now have a more important role to play in the ever-changing national and global scenarios. They need a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of such bigger picture and continuously emerging issues.
To meet the demand of creating legal professionals, Sandip University School of Law, Nashik provides the right platform to the aspiring students to become competent, confident, and knowledgeable enough to deal with the challenges of the rising demands. Apart from theoretical knowledge, students are also given practical experience of a court.
Why Sandip University’s School of Law
The school brings innovative pedagogy with case-based, interactive and experiential learning assisted by accomplished full-time faculties. In its magnificent world-class campus and infrastructure with well-equipped library and digital legal resources, Moot Court hall for simulated learning is also available for students to practice imaginary cases and procure hands-on experience of the legal world. Moot Court helps students to analyze a problem, research the relevant law, prepare written submissions, and present oral argument for different cases.
School of Law, Sandip University, Nashik offers five-year Integrated B.A.LL.B. and B.B.A. LL.B. courses. At the PG level, the School also offers a one-year LL.M. program with specializations in Constitutional Law and Criminal Law.
The LL.M. (Criminal Law) course is designed according to the guidelines laid down by UGC or University Grants Commissions. It seeks the right balance between the law in motion and law on paper by the introduction of dedicated research, pedagogy, and innovative curriculum.
LL.M. (Constitutional Law) is structured to give a better understanding of fundamental social relationships, such as relationships among Indian states, the states, and federal government, individual rights etc.
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The eligibility criteria for the courses is tabulated below:
|B.A.LL.B. and B.B.A. LL.B.||10 + 2 or equivalent examination from any recognized Indian secondary board (or equivalent board approved by the Union or State government) with 45% of marks for open category and 40% of marks for SC & ST category students|
|LL.M. (Constitutional Law), and LL.M. (Criminal Law)||LL.B. Degree from any recognized Indian University approved by the Bar Council of India with minimum 50% of marks.|