University Law College

Profile

The University Law College, established in the year 1948, is a constituent college of the Gauhati University and is the deemed Department of Law. The College is conveniently located at Jalukbari within the Gauhati University Campus.

The college has a glorious past and can now look back with pride that this college was headed by some of the distinguished legal luminaries such as J. Baruah who was the pioneer of legal education in Assam, Sarat K. Dutta who later became the Chief Justice and Vice-Chancellor, Jagadish Medhi, the then Advocate General of Assam, Mukunda Kam. Sharma, once a part-time Lecturer of this College, who was later the Chief Justice of Delhi High Court, and recently elevated as a Judge of the Supreme Court of India. Besides, many of the teachers of this college adorned both the Bench and the Bar. The College has thus been successful in making adequate provision for advancement and dissemination of legal knowledge, and producing teachers and scholars who went on to obtain national and international recognition.

Courses

LLB 6.7 Right to Information

LLB 6.7 Interpretation of Statutes and Principle of legisl

LLB 6.7 International Environmental Law

LLB 6.6 Prof Ethics and Prof Accounting System CCC-I

LLB 6.5 Alternative Dispute Resolution

LLB 6.4 Principles of Taxation Law

LLB 6.3 Environmental Law

LLB 6.2 Labour and Industrial Laws-II

LLB 6.1 Administrative Law

LLB 5.8 HONS-8 IPL- IPR Litigation in Copyright and Patent

LLB 5.8 HONS-8 Criminology- IT Offences

LLB 5.8 HONS-8 Const Law- Citizenship and Emigration law

LLB 5.7 HONS-7 IPL- IPR Litigation in Trade Marks and Desi

LLB 5.7 HONS-7 Criminology-White Collar Crime

LLB 5.7 HONS-7 Const Law- Health Law

LLB 5.6 Women and Criminal Law

LLB 5.6 Private International Law

LLB 5.5 Moot Court exercise and Internship CCC-II

LLB 5.4 Drafting pleading and conveyancing CCC-I

LLB 5.3 Public International Law

LLB 5.2 Labour and Industrial Laws - I

LLB 5.1 CPC and Limitation Act-II

pLLB 4.7 HONS-6 IPL- Bio Diversity Protection

LLB 4.7 HONS-6 Criminology-Offence ag Child and Juvenile J

LLB 4.7 HONS-6 Const Law- Media and Law

LLB 4.6 HONS-5 Criminology- Penology and Victimology

LLB 4.6 HONS-5 Interpretation of Statutes and Principle o

LLB 4.6 HONS-4 IPL- Patent Drafting and Specification Writ

LLB 4.5 Humanatarian Law and Refugee law

LLB 4.5 Human Right Law & Practice

LLB 4.4 Criminal Procedure Code- II

LLB 4.3 Law of Evidence - II

LLB 4.2 Law of Crimes- II

LLB 4.1 CPC and Limitation Act-I

LLB 3.8 HONS-4 IPL-paten Right Creation and Registration

LLB 3.8 HONS-4 Criminology- Probation and Parole

LLB 3.8 HONS-4 Const Law- Right to Information

LLB 3.7 HONS-3 IPL- IPR Management

LLB 3.7 HONS-3 Criminology- Prison Administration

LLB 3.7 HONS-3 Const Law- Local Self Govt incl Panchayat A

LLB 3.6 Offences against Child and Juvenile Offence

LLB 3.6 International organisations

LLB 3.6 Banking Law

LLB 3.5 Law of Sea

LLB 3.5 Land Laws incl Tenure and Tenancy System

LLB 3.5 Intellectual Property Right

LLB 3.4 Property Law ( Transfer of Property Act and Easeme

LLB 3.3 Law of Evidence - I

LLB 3.2 Crimial Procedure Code-I

LLB 3.1 Law of Crimes IPC - I

LLB 2.7 HONS-2 IPL- Information Technology- incl. Cyber La

LLB 2.7 HONS-2 Criminology - Women and Criminal Law

LLB 2.7 HONS-2 Const Law - Comparative Constitution

LLB 2.6 Insurance Law

LLB 2.6 Information Technology Law & Computer Application

LLB 2.6 Criminology

LLB 2.5 Family Law - I

LLB 2.4 Constitutional Law of India-II

LLB 2.3 Company Law

LLB 2.2 Contract-II spl. contr equity trust sp. relief

LLB 2.1 Jurisprudence-II [ Basic Theory of Law & Concepts

LLB 1.7 HONS-1 Const Law - Indian Federalism

LLB 1.7 HONS-1 IPL- Trade Marks Copyright Patents and Desi

LLB 1.7 HONS-1 Criminology - Criminal Psychology

LLB 1.6 Family Law -I

LLB 1.5 Constitutional Law of India -I

LLB 1.4 Contract-I [ Gen Principles of Contract Ss 1-75 a

LLB 1.3 Jurisprudence-I [Legal Method and Indian Legal Sys

LLB 1.2 Law of Tort incl M.V. Accident and Consumer Protec

LLB 1.1 General English and Legal Language Words 97-2003

GU-REGULATIONS-BALLB-LLB-BBALLB-BComLLB 2009-2010

BALLB 9.7 HONS-7 IPL- IPR Litigation in Trade Marks and De

BALLB 9.7 HONS-7 Criminology-White Collar Crime

BALLB 9.7 HONS-7 Const Law- Health Law

BALLB 9.6 Humanatarian Law and Refugee law

BALLB 9.6 Human Right Law & Practice

BALLB 9.5 Offences against Child and Juvenile Offence

BALLB 9.5 International organisations

BALLB 9.5 Banking Law

BALLB 9.4 Alternative Dispute Resolution CCC-III

BALLB 9.3 Public International Law

BALLB 9.2 Labour and Industrial Laws-II

BALLB 9.1 Law of Evidence - II

BALLB 8.7 HONS-6 IPL- Bio Diversity Protection

BALLB 8.7 HONS-6 Criminology-Offence ag Child and Juvenile

BALLB 8.7 HONS-6 Const Law- Media and Law

BALLB 8.6 HONS-5 Criminology- Penology and Victimology

BALLB 8.6 HONS-5 Interpretation of Statutes and Principle

BALLB 8.6 HONS-4 IPL- Patent Drafting and Specification Wr

BALLB 8.5 Right to Information

BALLB 8.5 Law of Sea

BALLB 8.5 Intellectual Property Right

BALLB 8.4 Moot Court exercise and Internship CCC-II

BALLB 8.3 Property Law ( Transfer of Property Act and Ease

BALLB 8.2 Labour and Industrial Laws - I

BALLB 8.1 Law of Evidence - I

BALLB 7.7 HONS-4 Criminology- Probation and Parole

BALLB 7.7 HONS-4 Const Law- Right to Information

BALLB 7.6 HONS-4 IPL-paten Right Creation and Registration

BALLB 7.6 HONS-3 IPL- IPR Management

BALLB 7.6 HONS-3 Criminology- Prison Administration

BALLB 7.6 HONS-3 Const Law- Local Self Govt incl Panchayat

BALLB 7.5 Insurance Law

BALLB 7.5 Information Technology Law & Computer Applicatio

BALLB 7.5 Criminology

BALLB 7.4 Drafting pleading and conveyancing CCC-I

BALLB 7.3 Company Law

BALLB 7.2 Administrative Law

BALLB 7.1 CPC and Limitation Act-II

BALLB 6.6 HONS-2 IPL- Information Technology- incl. Cyber

BALLB 6.6 HONS-2 Criminology - Women and Criminal Law

BALLB 6.6 HONS-2 Const Law - Comparative Constitution

BALLB 6.5 HONS-1 IPL- Trade Marks Copyright Patents and De

BALLB 6.5 HONS-1 Criminology - Criminal Psychology

BALLB 6.5 HONS-1 Const Law - Indian Federalism

BALLB 6.4 Criminal Procedure Code- II

BALLB 6.3 Law of Crimes- II

BALLB 6.2 Family Law - II

BALLB 6.1 CPC and Limitation Act-I

BALLB 5.6 Jurisprudence-II [ Basic Theory of Law & Conce

BALLB 5.5 Crimial Procedure Code-I

BALLB 5.4 Law of Crimes IPC - I

BALLB 5.3 Family Law -I

BALLB 5.2 Sociology-VI [ Techniques of Social Research ]

BALLB 5.2 Political Science-VI [ Public Administration ]

BALLB 5.2 History-VI [ History of Assam ]

BALLB 5.1 Economics-II [Legal Economics & Consumer Protec

BALLB 4.6 Jurisprudence-I -Legal Method n Indian Legal Sys

BALLB 4.5 Constitutional Law of India-II

BALLB 4.4 Hindi-III

BALLB 4.4 French-III

BALLB 4.4 Assamese -III

BALLB 4.3 Sociology-V [ Sociological Thought ]

BALLB 4.3 Political Science -V [ Political Philosophy ]

BALLB 4.3 History-V [ History of India -II (1750-1857)

BALLB 4.2 Sociology-IV [ Sociology of Social Change ]

BALLB 4.2 Political Science -IV [ International Relat

BALLB 4.2 History -IV [ History of India - I (1750-1857)

BALLB 4.1 Economics-I ( General Principles with special r

BALLB 3.6 Constitutional Law of India -I

BALLB 3.5 Hindi-II

BALLB 3.5 French-II

BALLB 3.5 Assamese -II

BALLB 3.4 History-III [ Legal and Constitutional History

BALLB 3.3 Sociology-III ( Law and Society )

BALLB 3.2 Political Science-III [ Indian Constitution]

BALLB 3.1 Communicative English and Legal Translation

BALLB 2.6 History- II [ Legal History ]

BALLB 2.5 Contract - II [Indian Contract Act ( not covere

BALLB 2.4 HINDI-I

BALLB 2.4 ASSAMESE-I

BALLB 2.2 Political Science - II [ Political Obligations

BALLB 2.1 English Literature & Legal Writing incl Legal c

BALLB 10.6 HONS-8 IPL- IPR Litigation in Copyright and Pat

BALLB 10.6 HONS-8 Criminology- IT Offence

BALLB 10.6 HONS-8 Const Law- Citizenship and Emigration la

BALLB 10.5 Interpretation of Statutes and Principle of leg

BALLB 10.5 International Environmental Law

BALLB 10.4 Women and Criminal Law

BALLB 10.4 Private International Law

BALLB 10.4 Land Laws incl Tenure and Tenancy System

BALLB 10.3 Prof Ethics and Prof Accounting System C

BALLB 10.2 Environmental Law

BALLB 10.1 Principles of Taxation Law

BALLB 1.6 History-I [India with special emphasis on t

BALLB 1.5 Contract-I [ Gen Principles of Contract Ss 1-75

BALLB 1.4 Law of Tort incl. M.V. Accident

BALLB 1.3 Sociology-I [ Principles, concepts, theories a

BALLB 1.2 Pol Science-I [ Political Orgn.and its principle

BALLB 1.1 General English

Staff

Principal

J. P. Bora
LL.M. (PUNE) PH.D.(GAU) Labour Laws and Jurisprudence

Full Time Faculties

P.C.Majumdar
M.A. (GAU) LL.M. (GAU) PH.D. (GAU) Modern Penal Justice

A. Sattar
LL.M.(BOM) Jurisprudence and Personal Laws

B.K. Baishya
M.A. (GAU) LL.M. (GAU) PH.D. (GAU) Constitution of India and Environment

M Rahman
M.A. (GAU) LL.M. (GAU) PH.D. (GAU) Environment and Personal Laws

D. Mukherjee
LL.M. (GAU) PH.D. (GAU) Labour Laws and Constitution of India

Part Time Faculties

Maya Bora
LL.M. (GAU) Matrimonial Laws

A.K. Das
LL.M.(GAU) Constitution of India

P.B Das Gupta
LL.M. (GAU) Cyber Law

D.K.Goswami
M.COM. (GAU) M.F.M. LL.M. A.C.F. PH.D. (GAU) Consumer Protection and Company Laws

J. Ch. Nath
M.A. (GAU) LL.M. (GAU) Consumer Protection

R.B. Bargohain
M.A. (GAU) LL.M. (GAU) Constitution of India

M. Talukdar
LL.M. (GAU) Constitution of India and Land Laws

B.C. Sarma
M.A. (GAU) LL.B. (GAU) Land Laws

Kavita Jain
LL.M. (GAU) Indian Tax Laws

P. Choudhury
M.A. (GAU) LL.M. (GAU) Right to Information

Admission Procedure in LL.B. Three-year Course for Graduates

Applications for admission for the LL.B. course are dealt with by the Office of the Principal, University Law College as per public notification. Applications for admission is processed through LL.B. Departmental Advisory Committee and finalized by the Admission Committee under the relevant provisions of regulations, circulars etc. under the G.U. Act. The list of selected candidates is displayed on the University Law College notice board and G.U. website www.gauhati.ac.in

Eligibility

Candidates securing a minimum of 45% marks in the case of general candidates and a minimum of 40% marks in the case of S.C., S.T, O.B.C., M.O.B.C. candidates in the Three-year Degree course (General/ Major) for First Degree in Professional Course in any Faulty of Gauhati University or any other University recognized by Gauhati University are admitted on the basis of the result of Admission Test cum Interview, taking into account the marks obtained in the Three Year Degree course (General/ Major). The date of such Admission Test is notified in the Notice Board of the University Law College and GU website www.gauhati.ac.in The reservation policy of the Government and the University shall be followed, but in no case a student securing below 40% marks shall be allowed to take admission.

Important Regulations

No student is allowed to prosecute any other full time course of study during his or her tenure of being the student of LL.B. course. In case a student fails to attend classes for one month at a stretch from the date of admission his/her name shall be struck off from the rolls of register. The intake capacity in a class is 160, with 80 students in each section. The medium of instruction and examination is English. A candidate who fails to pass or fails to appear in the first due examination shall have to pass in that examination within the period of holding the next two consecutive examinations. A candidate shall be required to clear his/her LL.B. degree within five years from the date of his/her first due examination in LL.B. Preliminary, provided that a student shall be allowed to avail not more than three chances in each of the LL.B. examinations. Every paper as detailed in the LL.B. course of study shall be of 100 marks containing five questions in each and every examination will be of three hours duration. The maximum marks in each of the LL.B. (Pre) and LL.B. (Inter.) will be 900 and in the LL.B. (Final) will be 1000. The maximum grand total marks is 2800. In order to qualify in a particular examination leading to the LL.B. degree, a candidate shall have to obtain the minimum aggregate of 45% of marks and secure at least 40% of marks in each and every paper whether compulsory or optional or practical training separately. All the examinations leading to the LL.B. degree shall be held once in a year commencing on a date to be notified by the Controller of Examinations of the University (subject to revision as per the latest directive of the B.C.I.)

Identity Card

A non-transferable Identity Card will be issued to each student after the admission by the Director of Students' Welfare, G.U. on production of the admission receipt. Hostel Identity Card is issued to the Boarder by the Secretary, University Classes, G.U. on production of admission receipt into the Hostel.

Scholarships

Scholarships offered by the State/Central Government are State Merit/ST/SC/OBC/MOBC/Physically Handicapped. The University also offers financial assistance to poor and meritorious students out of the Poor Students Aid Fund subject to availability of fund.

Hostel Accommodation

There is a limited number of hostel seats for both boys and girls.

Reservation of Seats

a)Schedule Caste (SC) 7%
b) Schedule Tribes (ST) Plains 10%
c) Schedule Tribes (Hills) 5%
d) OBC & MOBC 15%

Other Reservations

A few seats may be kept reserved and made available to physically Handicapped candidates, candidates having Extra Curricular & Co-curricular activities, Fringe Village Candidates , Foreign National candidates, sons and daughters of GU University Employee in service with the approval of the Admission Committee of the University. However, there will be no relaxation of marks in this case.

Reservation for Other Universities

Seats to the extent of 20% may be allowed to the candidates of other University on the basis of merit as in other departments of the University. This shall include both the general and reserved categories.

Library

The University Law College library, with a collection of 5,534 Text Books, 830 Journals and periodicals and 916 Reference Books, is a prime source for legal research for both the faculty as well as the students. The library with adequate reading room facility offers a fully integrated, dynamic environment for conducting legal and law-related research. Housed in the southern corner of the RCC building of the College, the library provides an optimum study environment wherein students can conduct their research and study in solitude and comfort. A student can borrow two books at a time as per Borrower's Card system. In addition to the College Library, the students are also entitled to use the University Library which is known as the K.K.H. Library, and the Library of Post Graduate Department of Law as per terms and conditions as laid down by the University from time to time.

Contact

Principal
Dr. Jyoti Prasad Bora
Tel: 2570364(O)/2733857 (R)
E-mail: drjyotiprasad@yahoo.co.in
 

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