B.J.S. Rampuria Jain Law College

Affiliated to MGS University, Bikaner
Approved by the Bar Council of India, New Delhi.

Course Offered

Compulsory Papers
  • 1.1 Contract I (Gneneral Principles of Contract, Specific Relief Act 1963 & Consumer Protection Act 1986) (as amended up-to-date)
  • 1.2 Contract II (Indian Contract Act 1872, Indian Partnership Act 1932, Sale of Good Act 1930 & other Specific Contracts)
  • 1.3 Law of Torts
  • 1.4 Family Law I (Hindu Law)
  • 1.5 Family Law II (Mohammedan Law)
  • 1.6 Constitutional Law of India
  • 1.7 Environmental Law
  • 1.8(a) Legal and Contitutional History of India (Optional Paper)
  • 1.9 Professional Ethics, Lawyer's accountability and Bar-Bench Relations (Practical Paper)
Compulsory Papers
  • 2.1 Jurisprudence
  • 2.2 Law of Crimes
  • 2.3 Law Relating to Transfer of Property and Easement
  • 2.4 Company Law
  • 2.5 Public International Law and Human Rights
  • 2.6 Labour Law
  • 2.7 Administrative Law
  • 2.8 (a) Taxation Law (Optional Paper)
  • 2.9 Public Interest Lawyering, Legal Aid and Para Legal Services (Practical Paper)
Compulsory Papers
  • 3.1 Law of Evidence
  • 3.2 The Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 Juvenile Justice Act, 2000 & Probation of Offenders Act, 1958
  • 3.3 The Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 and Limitation Act, 1963
  • 3.4 Legal Language, Legal Writing and Interpretation of Statutes Including General English
  • 3.5 Trust, Equity and Fiduciary Relationship
  • 3.6 (a) Criminology & Penology (Optional Paper)
  • 3.7 Arbitration, Conciliation and Alternative Dispute Resolution System
  • 3.8 Land Law
  • 3.9 Drafting, Pleading and Conveyancing and Pre-Trial Preparation, Participation in Trial
  • Paper I - Legal Theory
  • Paper II - Legislation- Principles, Methods and Interpretation.
  • Paper III - Legal and Constitutional History of India
  • Paper IV - Constitutional Law of India.
  • Paper I - General Principles of Contract.
  • Paper II - Specific Contract
  • Paper III - Company Law and Brankcrupty
  • Paper-VI - Negotiable Instrument; Maritime Law and Insurance.
  • or
  • Dissertation.
One year Post Graduate Diploma in Labour Laws, Labour Welfare and Personal Management Eligibility Requirements :

A Candidate who after having taken in any one of the following examination of the University or of any other University recognised for the purpose by the syndicate viz. (i) the examination of Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) (P) or (ii) M.A. Examination in Sociology/Economics/Social-Works/psychology/public Administration with 48% Marks in the aggregate and with a paper realting to labour Law as part of their Examination of (iii) M.Com. examination in Economic Administration/Financial Management/Business Administration or MBA Examination with at-least 48% marks the aggregate and with a paper relating to labour Law as part of M.A., M.Com or M.B.A. Course shall be eligible to appear in the examination for the Post Graduate Diploma Course in Labour Laws, Labour Welfare and Personnel Management

Notes: (i) A candidate holding the LL.B. (Academic) Degree shall not be eligible for the course.

(ii) For Determining 48% Marks in the aggregate at the M.A./M.B.A. examination referred to above, the total marks obtained at both the previous and Final examination or at all semister examination as the case may be, will be taken into account.

Course of Study for Diploma in Labour Laws Etc.
  • Paper I Industrial Relation and the Law.
  • Paper II Labour welfare legislation Industrial Sociology and Labour welfare.
  • Paper III Wages and Social Security Legislation
  • Paper IV Personal Management and Industrial Psychology
  • Paper V Labour Jurisprudence and the I.L.O.
  • Paper Vi Labour Economics and Labour Statistics and organized and Unoragnized Labour Organisations
One Year post Graduate Diploma in Criminology and Criminal Administration Eligibility requirements:

A candidate who has obtained the Bachelor of Law (p) Degree Examination of the University or the some Other University recognised by the syndicate of the University, as equivalent there to shall be permitted to appear and qualify for the post graduate Diploma in Criminology and Criminal administration subject to his having pursued for one academic year as a regular study for the said Diploma course at the college. Note : (i) A Candidate holding the LL.B. (Academic) Degree shall not be eligible for admission to the course.

Course of study for Diploma in Criminology etc.
  • Paper I General Principles of Criminal Law Under the Indian Penal Code (Excluding specific offences) and the fundamental basis of Statutory offences under the Prevention of Food Adulteration Act, Arms Act, Superssion of Immoral Traffic Act and Prevention of Corruption Act.
  • Paper II Criminology
  • Paper III Penology
  • Paper IV Forensic Science and Criminal Investigation.
  • Paper V Forensic Medicine and Toxicology
  • Paper VI Elements of Criminal Procedure and Proof in Criminal Trials.