Sunder Deep College of Law

DIRECTOR'S MESSAGE

The continually changing and evolving legal profession makes it an enjoyable and profitable career option today. Legal professionals today solve problems for individuals, and corporate entities, and help them tackle new challenges thrown up by the dynamic legal landscape.

The smallest entity in human civilization is the individual, and the rule of law protects the rights of the individual. The law establishes standards, maintains order, resolves disputes, and protects liberties and rights. The law keeps the peace in a country, shapes moral standards, promotes social justice, facilitates orderly change, provides a basis for compromise and helps in facilitating a plan. What would society be without the rule of law?

Studying law develops one’s understanding of how power is leveraged in our society in a manner that is even more effective than that of political science. This is because law is directly concerned with power and reaches into every part of life.

A career in the legal profession can be intellectually challenging, personally fulfilling and financially rewarding. We at the Sunder Deep College of Law spare no efforts in preparing you for this very exciting profession. Our hand-picked faculty mentors are at the fore-front of our efforts to create the best legal professionals for our great nation.

I extend you a very warm welcome to the Sunder Deep College of Law. Come be a part of the growing legal fraternity.

Dr. Atul Sharma
Director,SDCL

Sunder Deep College of Law, Ghaziabad is a premier Legal Professional Education institution, under the aegis of Sunderdeep Educational Society, dedicated to studies in Law with supporting educational environment.

SDCL is approved by Bar Council of India (BCI) and affiliated to CCS University, Meerut.

B.A LL.B – Bachelor of Arts & Bachelor of Laws

Affiliation

Chaudhary Charan Singh University, Meerut

Approval

BAR COUNCIL OF INDIA, DELHI

Intake

120

Mode

Regular. 5 year Integrated Degree Program.

Eligibility & Admissions

  • Class XII, under the 10+2 Schooling system from a Recognized Board.
  • There are no restrictions whatsoever regarding the stream that a student hails from. So, Science, Commerce, Arts or Humanities stream students may pursue this course after completing their 10+2 schooling program.
  • Minimum 45% is required for Admission.
  • Admissions begin from May every year.
  • Classes commence from August every year.

Why B.A LL.B?

In case of integrated course, a student has the opportunity to cover two courses under one academic program. Since there are two courses combined, it is called an Integrated Course. In Integrated Law course program – B.A LL.B. (Combination of Bachelor of Arts and Laws), LL.B program can be pursued only as a PG course. Yes, one must be a Graduate to become eligible to pursue LL.B. But since Integrated Law course covers a Bachelor’s Degree course too, it can be pursued by students’ right after they complete 12th Standard.

B.A LL.B @ SDCL

A law degree opens up a wide range of career opportunities in a myriad of fields. At SDCL, we prepare our students for careers in business, media, the arts, science, education and government. The advantage of this program is that you will be exposed to the basics of laws during your graduation itself and gain a greater insight into the core subjects of law. But there is far more to studying law than just considering career opportunities.

B.A LL.B Course Structure

The B.A LL.B Course is spread over 5 years, ten semesters. Each semester has an appropriate mix of subjects as enlisted in the University Curriculum. We offer additional Value Added Courses for all our students.

University Curriculum

B.A LL.B 1st Year
1st Semester 2nd Semester
General English – I General English – II (English Language and Legal Writing)
Sociology – I Sociology – II
Political Science – I (Political Theory) Political Science – II (International Relations)
Economics – I Economics – II (Economic Problems and Polities in India)
Indian History – I (Ancient And Modern Indian History) Law of Torts And Consumer Protection
B.A LL.B 2nd Year
3rd Semester 4th Semester
General English – III (Communication Skills) General English-IV
Optional Papers
Student has to opt any one optional Paper (subject to availability of expert Faculty in the College / Department) among the following :
हिन्दी – 1 (भाषा और साहित्य )
OR
Law and Media- I
Optional Papers
Student has to opt any one optional Paper (subject to availability of expert Faculty in the College / Department) among the following :
हिन्दी – 2
OR
Law and Media- II
Political Science – III (Public Administration) Political Science – IV (Indian Government And Polities)
Contract – I (General Principles of Contract) Indian History – II (Modern Indian History)
Indian Legal And Constitutional History Law of Human Rights
B.A LL.B 3rd Year
5th Semester 6th Semester
Law of Crimes (Indian Penal Code) Environmental Law
Family Law – I (Hindu Law) Family Law – II (Muslim Law)
Constitutional Law of India – I (Nature of The Constitution And Fundamental Rights) Constitutional Law of India – II (Structure And Working of The Indian Constitution)
Contract – II (Specific Contract And Law of Partnership) Public International Law
Jurisprudence – I (Legal Theory) Transfer Property Act
B.A LL.B 4th Year
7th Semester 8th Semester
Labour And Industrial Law Administrative Law
Company Law ADR
Interpretation of Statutes Intellectual Property Law
Optional Papers
Student has to opt any one Optional Paper (subject to availability of expert Faculty in the College / Department) among the following :
Insurance Law And Accident Claims
OR
Criminology And Penology
Banking Law Including Negotiable Instrument Act
Professional Ethics, Accountancy of Lawyers Drafting of Pleading And Conveyancing
And Bar Bench Relation (Practical Training)
Note : Paper Code – BL-7005 entitled, “Professional Ethics, Accountability of Lawyers And Bar Bench Relation (Practical Training)” course will be taught in association with the practicing Lawyers / retired Judges / retired Law Teachers
(Practical Training)
B.A LL.B 5th Year
9th Semester 10th Semester
Code of Criminal Procedure Land Laws (U.P. Revenue Code, 2006)
Civil Procedure Code And Limitation Act Law of Taxation
Law of Evidence Optional Papers
Student has to opt any one optional Paper (subject to availability of expert Faculty in the College / Department) among the following :
Indian Judicial System
OR
Law of Trust, Equity And Fiduciary Relation
Consumer Protection Law And Competition Act Optional Papers
Student has to opt any one optional Paper (subject to availability of expert Faculty in the College / Department) among the following :
Law Relating To Right To InformationOR
Information Technology And Cyber Laws
Moot Court, Pre-Trial Preparations And Participation In Trial Proceedings (Practical Training) Public Interest Litigation (Practical)

Value Added Courses / Activities

Value Added Courses and Activities are spread across five years to make every student a better individual, a better professional.

  • Guest lecture series
  • Practical Exposure
    • Lok Adalat Visit
    • Thana Visit
    • Jail Visit
    • Court Visit (District, High, Supreme)
    • Legal Aid/ Literacy Awareness Camps
    • Certification Courses on International Trade Law/ Cyber Law/ RTI
  • PDP Classes
  • Participation in Conferences, Seminars, Workshops, Symposiums etc.
  • Research skills for legal research.

Internship & Training Program

Sunder Deep College of Law has initiated an Internship Program from Semester VI in various law firms, courts and MNC’s.

Careers for B.A LL.B Graduates

Prospective Employment Areas after Completion of the Course

  • Banks
  • Business Houses
  • Consultancies
  • Educational Institutes
  • Judiciary
  • News Channels
  • Newspapers
  • Private Practice
  • Revenue Department
  • Sales Tax and Excise Departments
  • State Police Department

Prospective Job Types available to the students of Law

  • Advocate
  • Company Secretary
  • Deputy Legal Advisor
  • Assistant Advisor
  • District and Sessions Judge
  • Munsif (Sub-Magistrate)
  • Law Reporter
  • Notary
  • Trustee
  • Oath Commissioner
  • Public Prosecutor
  • Law Officer
  • Solicitor
  • Teacher
  • Legal Advisor

LL.B – Bachelor of Laws or Legum Baccalaureus (Latin)

Affiliation

Chaudhary Charan Singh University, Meerut

Approval

BAR COUNCIL OF INDIA, DELHI

Intake

120

Mode

Regular. 3 year Program.

Eligibility & Admissions:

  • Graduate, from a Recognized University in India. There are no restrictions whatsoever regarding the stream that a student hails from. So, Science, Commerce, Arts or Humanities stream.
  • Minimum 45% is required for Admission.
  • Admissions begin from May every year.
  • Classes commence from August every year.

Why LL.B?

LLB is one such rewarding degree earning which will not only promise you opulence but will assure to gift you a prestigious position. Once you obtain this degree, you will be able to fight court cases efficiently and get justice for the needy.

LL.B @ SDCL

A law degree opens up a wide range of career opportunities in a myriad of fields. At SDCL, we prepare our students for careers in business, media, the arts, science, education and government. The advantage of this program is that you will be exposed to the intricacies of law and gain a greater insight into the core aspects of law. But there is far more to studying law than just considering career opportunities.

LL.B Course Structure

The LL.B Course is spread over 3 years, six semesters. Each semester has an appropriate mix of subjects as enlisted in the University Curriculum. We offer additional Value Added Courses for all our students.

University Curriculum

LL.B 1st Year
1st Semester 2nd Semester
Jurisprudence – I (Legal Theory) Jurisprudence – II (Legal Concepts)
Constitutional Law of India – I (Nature of the Constitution And Fundamental Rights) Constitutional Law of India – II (Structure And Working of the Indian Constitution)
Law of Torts Family Law – I (Hindu Law)
Law of Crimes – I (Indian Penal Code) Contract – II (Specific Contract And Law of Partnership)
Contract – I (General Principles of Contract) Optional Papers
Student has to opt any one optional Paper (subject to availability of expert Faculty in the Department) among the following :
Indian Legal And Constitutional HistoryORLaw of Taxation
LL.B 2nd Year
3rd Semester 4th Semester
Family Law – II (Muslim Law) Company Law
Public International Law Labour And Industrial Law
Administrative Law Environmental Law
Law of Property And Easement Optional Papers
Student has to opt any one optional Paper (subject to availability of expert Faculty in the Department) among the following :
Criminology And Penology ORLaw of Trust, Equity And Fiduciary Relation ORBanking Law Including Negotiable Instrument Act
Professional Ethics, Accountability of Lawyers and Bar Bench Relation (Practical Training) Arbitration, Conciliation And Alternate Dispute Resolution (Practical Training)
LL.B 3rd Year
5th Semester 6th Semester
Civil Procedure Code And Limitation Act Interpretation of Statutes
Law of Crimes – II (Code of Criminal Procedure) Legal Language and Legal Writing Including Proficiency In General English
Law of Evidence Law of Human Rights
Land Laws Including Ceiling And Other Local Laws Optional Papers
Student has to opt any one optional Paper (subject to availability of expert Faculty in the Department) among the following :Information Technology And Cyber Law ORLaw Relating To Women And Child ORIntellectual Property Law ORLaw Relating To Right To Information
Drafting of Pleading And Conveyancing (Practical Training) Moot Court, Pre-Trial Preparation And Participation In Trial Proceedings’ (Practical Training)

Value Added Courses / Activities

Value Added Courses and Activities are spread across five years to make every student a better individual, a better professional.

  • Guest lecture series
  • Practical Exposure
    • Lok Adalat Visit
    • Thana Visit
    • Jail Visit
    • Court Visit (District, High, Supreme)
    • Legal Aid/ Literacy Awareness Camps
    • Certification Courses on International Trade Law/ Cyber Law/ RTI
      PDP Classes
  • Participation in Conferences, Seminars, Workshops, Symposiums etc.
  • Research skills for legal research.

Internship & Training Program

Sunder Deep College of Law has initiated an Internship Program from the Semester III in various law firms, courts and MNC’s.

Careers for LL.B Graduates

Prospective Employment Areas after Completion of Courses

  • Banks
  • Business Houses
  • Consultancies
  • Educational Institutes
  • Judiciary
  • News Channels
  • Newspapers
  • Private Practice
  • Revenue Department
  • Sales Tax and Excise Departments
  • State Police Department

Prospective Job Types available to the students of Law Courses

  • Advocate
  • Company Secretary
  • Deputy Legal Advisor
  • Assistant Advisor
  • District and Sessions Judge
  • Munsif (Sub-Magistrate)
  • Law Reporter
  • Notary
  • Trustee
  • Oath Commissioner
  • Public Prosecutor
  • Law Officer
  • Solicitor
  • Teacher
  • Legal Advisor

Approval & Affiliation

B.A.LL.B. 5 years Integrated Degree Programme is approved by the Bar Council of India, (BCI) and is affiliated to the Ch. Charan Singh University, Meerut.

Moot Court

SDLC has vibrant and active mooting culture therefore it believes that mooting is an essential activity for every law students. Mooting offers students the opportunities to undertake dedicated and meticulous research, practice their court craft, and also gain a first hand experience of dispute settlement process. As a part of academic exercise, students are prepared with the help of faculty members to participate in National as well as International level Moot Court Competitions. This is done with a view to give global exposure to the students to accord their talent, proves to be a great exercise to help gain perspective, know how to become industry relevant and future ready.

In order to become a successful lawyer it is essential for a student to know how to apply the law and to have awareness of the rules and the etiquettes of the Court. Moot Court competitions are like the laboratories of law schools where theoretical knowledge is tested in real life situations. To achieve above stated object, the SDCL has been facilitating continuous training to the law students to participate in Moot Court competitions organized by various universities and law schools throughout the territory of India.

WHAT IS MOOT COURT?

A moot court is an extracurricular activity at law schools in which students participates in simulated court proceedings, which usually involves drafting briefs (memorials) and participating in oral argument. It is method of learning law and legal skills that requires students to analyze and argue from both sides of hypothetical legal issues. It does not involve actual testimony by witnesses or presentation of evidence but is based solely on the application of law to fabricated legal issues.

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