3 years LL.B. course paves the way for law graduates for virtually every single arm practicing the law, be it in any form. The idea is to prepare a student for the world that is yet to come.


    • Jurisprudence-I (Legal Theory)
    • Constitutional Law of India-I (Nature of the Constitution & Fundamental Rights)
    • Law of Torts
    • Law of Crimes-I (Indian Penal Code)
    • Contract-I (General principles of Contract)
    • Jurisprudence-II (Legal Concepts)
    • Constitutional Law of India –II (Structure and Working of the Indian Constitution)
    • Family Law – I (Hindu Law)
    • Contract-II (Specific Contract and Law of Partnership)
    • Indian Legal and Constitutional History OR Law of Taxation
  • Family Law – II (Muslim Law)
  • Public International Law
  • Administrative Law
  • Law of Property and Easement
  • Professional Ethics, Accountability of Lawyers and Bar Bench Relations (Practical Training)
    • Company Law
    • Labour and Industrial Law
    • Environmental Law
    • Criminology and Penology OR Law of Trust, Equity and Fiduciary Relation OR Banking Law Including Negotiable Instrument Act
    • Arbitration, conciliation and Alternate Dispute Resolution

    (Practical Training)

    • Civil Procedure Code and Limitation Act
    • Law of Crimes-II (Code of Criminal Procedure)
    • Law of Evidence
    • Land Laws Including Ceiling and  other Local Laws
    • Drafting of Pleading and Conveyancing (Practical Training)
  • Interpretation of Statutes
  • Legal Language and Legal Writing Including Proficiency in General English
  • Law of Human Rights
  • Intellectual Property Law OR Information Technology and Cyber Law OR Law Relating to Women and Child OR Law relating to RTI
  • Moot Court, Pre-Trial Preparation and Participation in Trial Proceedings (Practical Training)


IMS three year law course not only provides campus placement but also open doors for various other career prospects which are highly lucrative. After completing three 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 law firm
  • Legal Experts in IRR Issues, Mergers and Acquisition, Joint Venture Agreements etc.


  • Moot Court Committee
  • Legal Awareness Committee
  • Students Advocates Club
  • Legal Research Committee
  • Internship and Placement Committee
  • Iuris Law Innovators
  • Literary and Debating Club
  • Corporate Social Responsibility Committee
  • RTI Club membership