5 Year Integrated B.Com., LL.B (Hons.)

Course Structure

The Five Year Integrated Law Courses of Five Years duration comprises of 5 Academic Years commencing from the month of July each year. Each academic year is divided into two semesters consisting of 90 working days. No split degree will be issued if student exits in the midst of the 5 year integrated course.

Student intake to each system:

The number of students to be admitted to the 5 year B.Com. LL.B. (Hons.) shall be 120 (2 sections) for each stream including NRI Students.

Scheme of the Courses and Curriculum

First Year – I Semester
1English – I
2Principles of Economics
3Principles of Management
4Political Science
5Contracts – I
6Law of Torts
First Year – II Semester
7English – II
8Business Economics
9Financial Management
10Human Resources Management
11Contracts – II
12Law of Crimes
Second Year – III Semester
13Marketing Management
14International Business
15Management Accounting
16Constitutional Law- I
17Family Law – I
18Legal Methods and Research Techniques
Second Year – IV Semester
19Organisational Behaviour
20Cost Accounting
21Entrepreneurial Development
22Constitutional Law- II
23Family Law – II
24Law of Foreign Trade and Exchange (Hons.I)
Third Year – V Semester
25Salesmanship and Advertising
26Logistics and Supply Chain Management (Hons.II)
28Human Rights
29Property Law
30Law of Carriage, transportation and Insurance (Hons.III)
Third Year – VI Semester
31Practical Auditing
32E-Commerce and Business
33Intellectual Property Law
34Public International Law
35Company Law
36Cyber Law
Fourth Year – VII Semester
37Logistics and Supply Chain Management
38Administrative Law
39Labour Laws
40Interpretation of Statutes
41Media and Right to Information (Hons.IV)
42Professional Ethics, Accountancy for Lawyers and Bar- Bench Relations (CC-1)
Fourth Year – VIII Semester
43Corporate Governance and Ethics
44Comparative Constitutional Law U.S., India and U.K. (Hons.V)
45Environmental Law
46Consumer and Competition Law (Hons.VI)
47Land Laws
48Alternate Dispute Resolution (CC-II)
Fifth Year – IX Semester
49Criminal Procedure Code
50Civil Procedure Code
51Law of Evidence
52Law of Taxation
53Moot Court (CC-III)
Fifth Year – X Semester
54Maritime Laws (Hons.VII)
55Forensic Science
56Criminology and Penology (Hons.VIII)
57Banking Law
58Drafting, Pleading and Conveyancing(CC-IV)


A candidate should have passed Higher Secondary Examinations (10+2) OR its equivalent examination recognized by this and should have secured not less than 50% of the total aggregate marks.

A candidate belonging to Scheduled Caste / Scheduled Tribe communities should have passed Higher Secondary Examinations (10+2) OR its equivalent examination and should have secured not less than 45% of the total aggregate marks.

Fee Structure:

  • Total Fees Per Year Rs: 1, 50, 000/-
  • First Semester: Rs.75, 000/- with Rs. 10,000/- as Admission Fee

  • NRI Students: (to be paid in US Dollars)
    • Tuition Fee - $ 4000 per Annum
    • Development Fee - $ 1000 One Time Payment,
    • Application Fee - $ 100 One Time Payment
  • NRI Fee Additional payment has to be made in rupee one time.
    • Special Fee Rs. 30,000 p.a.
    • Amenities Fee Rs. 2,000 p.a.
    • Course Materials Rs.2000 p.a.
    • Bar Council Inspection Fee Rs.500