B.A., LL.B.

The five year integrated law course has been formulated to make the students well equipped with knowledge empowerment to face the global challenges especially in the field of law. With the inclusion of clinical legal education, practical training and exposure of students to the actual situation, the five year integrated law course of IMS enjoys a distinct position. Admission is given on merit to10+2 students with an initial base formed via the History of India, the Legal History of India, Economics, Sociology and Political Science in order to understand the functioning of the state. Understanding how the law used to be run and how it currently runs is critical in order to shape the law to come. Moreover, it focuses not only moulding young minds into future legal luminaries but also focus on inculcating right values in them and engages in their holistic development.




Five year B.A.,LL.B. course is outcome- oriented course which provides  new opportunities and different avenues. IMS five year integrated law course not only provides campus placement but also open doors for various other career prospects which are highly lucrative. After completing five year law course law student can pursue.

  • Academics by attaining postgraduate degree courses like LL.M and Qualifying UGC-NET.
  • Campus placement in highly reputed corporate firms with lucrative pay scale
  • Litigation and get enrolled in bar council
  • Research work in the field of law
  • Legal associate in Maharatna and Navratna companies
  • Legal Assistant in banking sector and other government sectors.
  • State Judicial Services
  • Legal Advisors in esteemed law firms
  • State Public Prosecutor
  • Setting up own law firm
  • Legal Experts in IRR Issues, Mergers and Acquisition, Joint Venture Agreements etc.

Clubs and Committees for all round Development

  • Moot Court Society
  • Legal Awareness Committee
  • Bebaak-IMS Debating Society
  • Legal Research Committee
  • Internship and Placement Committee
  • Nayi Pahal-Club for Protection of Environment and Consumers Rights
  • Literary Club
  • Corporate Social Responsibility Committee
  • IMS RTI Club
  • PIL Centre
  • Legal Aid Centre
  • Million Dollars Idea Factory (MDIF)
  • General English-I
  • Sociology-I
  • Political Science-I (Political Theory)
  • Economics-I
  • Indian History-I (Ancient and Modern Indian History)
  • General English-II (English Language and Legal Writing)
  • Sociology-II
  • Political Science-II (International Relations)
  • Economics-II (Economics Problems and Polities in India)
  • Law of Torts and Consumer Protection
  • General English-III (Communication Skills)
  • Hindi-I OR Law and Media-I
  • Political Science-III (Public Administration)
  • Contract-I (General Principles of Contract)
  • Indian Legal and Constitutional History
  • General English-IV
  • Hindi-II or Law and Media-II
  • Political Science-IV
  • Indian History-II (Modern Indian History)
  • Law of Human Rights
  • Law of Crimes (Indian Penal Code)
  • Family Law-I (Hindu Law)
  • Constitutional Law of India-I (Nature of the Constitution & Fundamental Rights)
  • Contract-II (Special Contract and Law of Partnership)
  • Jurisprudence – I (Legal Theory)
  • Environmental Law
  • Family Law – II (Muslim Law)
  • Constitutional Law of India – II (Structure and Working of the Indian Constitution)
  • Public International Law
  • Jurisprudence –II (Legal Concepts)
  • Labour and Industrial Law
  • Company Law
  • Interpretation of statutes
  • Insurance Law and Accident Claims OR Criminology and Penology
  • Professional Ethics, Accountability of Lawyers & Bar Bench Relations (Practical Training)
  • Administrative Law
  • Law of Property & Easement
  • Intellectual Property Law OR Law Relating to Women and Child
  • Banking Laws Including Negotiable Instruments Act
  • Arbitration, Conciliation Alternate Dispute Resolution (Practical Training)
  • Code of Criminal Procedure
  • Civil Procedure Code & Limitation Act
  • Law of Evidence
  • Consumer Protection Laws and Competition Act.
  • Drafting of Pleading and Conveyancing (Practical Training)
  • Land Laws (U.P. Revenue Code, 2006)
  • Law of Taxation
  • Indian Judicial Systems OR Law of Trust, Equity & Fiduciary Relation
  • Law Relating to Right to Information OR Information technology and Cyber Laws
  • Moot Court, Pre-Trial Preparations & Participation in Trial Proceedings (Practical Training)
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