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Department of Law, Punjab University Courses Admission 2017-2018

Department of law was established in 1889 earlier and is located in Chandigarh, Punjab. The institute comprises of 55 teaching and research departments. 122 colleges are affiliated to this university.

Courses offered:

- Bachelor of Law Degree (LLB) - 3 years duration
- LLM degree - 2 years

The university library is a three storied building comprising of 55000 books and 50 journals 6 law magazines and 9 newspapers and 55 periodicals. The digital computer lab consists of 16 computers. Admission to the institute is based on marks obtained by student in qualifying examination and OCET conducted by the university.

The classes for LLB course are taken both in morning and evening for which the number of seats allotted are 150 for each batch. The NRIs have total number of 60 seats reserved for them in morning batch. The number of seats allotted for Indians are 20 and 5 for NRIs in LLM course.

The databases used in computer lab are Manupatra Online, West Law International, SCC Online Full text and CD-ROM databases such as Law Commission Reports, Criminal Law Journals, Income Tax Act, and Income Tax Rules. This provides latest updates to the students. The online database are Manupatra Online, West Law International, Panjab University Database and UGC-Infonet Database.

The institute has a Placement-cum-counseling cell. It aims to produce lawyers having social responsibility in order to face challenges in the field of law. The cell encourages activities like simulation exercises, working on real client problems, legislative drafting, and law reform exercise.

It also encourages extracurricular activities like seminars on topics concerned to law. Apart from clinical training, discussion and debates with legal experts and judges are also some of the extracurricular activities. Some of the subjects in each semester are compulsory and some are made optional and the contents are updated as per the changing society.




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