B.A.LL.B. (Hons.) Semester-I
General English (Grammar and Phonetics)
This course is designed to familiarize the law students with the fundamentals of applied English Grammar and Phonetics so as to develop overall personality of all the undergraduate students at MNLUA. This course focuses on strengthening the students' syntactical competence so as to bring correct grammatical constructions in their writing, and it is also meant to train them on how to study for various purposes. The course will also use language as a medium to sensitize students and generate discussions about various socio-political issues, through regular discussions. Students will be introduced to the basic patterns of communication in English with phonetic symbols, rules of pronunciation, elementary phonology, English grammar, vocabulary, syntax and conversational English. The course will facilitate the students by providing them opportunities to express personal opinions, frame effective arguments, and achieve confidence in public speaking.
This paper will enable a student to understand socio-cultural and religious processes by which formation of Indian society occurred in Early Indian History. The paper will also help the student to understand socio-cultural and religious processes by which formation of Indian society occurred in Early Indian History. It is widely believed and perhaps rightly so that today's problems and solutions thereto lie hidden in History. Understanding history of the state, social institutions, people and the culture inherently makes one understand as to how to critically appreciate a fact-situation. A study of the nature of the state and administrative apparatus is required for proper understanding of the legal systems in ancient and medieval India. The paper will offer a close study of select themes, focusing specifically on the intersections in history and law. Thus a lawyer is required to understand the history of political establishment, social institutions and thus evaluate the legal and judicial structure and process.
Principles of Political Theory
As part of BA.LLB (Hons.) Curriculum at Maharashtra National Law University-Aurangabad. The subject of political science is taught as one of the major subjects. Political Science will make the students get acquainted with basic principles, approaches and will be able to discuss a broad array of concepts related to government and politics with a special attention towards Indian Political system and its functioning.
Human behavior and the societal set up & control has always been the concern of any normative systems in the world. There is various type of normative systems, the mankind has evolved and developed with the pace of time, progress and the transition of the society. Societal norms, Religious norms, Moral principles and the Legal Regulations, have been evolved to regulate the mankind. Law as a normative system has its own peculiar langue, unique methods and the system of reasoning and it is one of the strongest one. It becomes necessary not just for a learner of law but also for an individual to know and understand the "Law" as a normative system. This course aims at to enlighten the learners, the law, legal system and the various institutions established there for. At the same time, the course aims at to inculcate necessary legal skills in learner for the effective understanding of the same.
In furtherance of this, the course is structured to enable students to critically analyze the methods used by legal systems to guide the society and resolve the disputes. It also aims at making the new entrants to the world of law understand what it means to think like a "law person" and develop an approach towards understanding and applying law for diverse purposes.
Law of Torts, M.V. Act & Consumer Protection
The law of Torts aims at awarding compensation for the wrongful civil actions. Due to the conflict of interests occur and cause damage to one or the other. The law of Torts mainly deals with these infringements of legal rights caused due to such conflicts. It attempts to adjust for harms done by awarding damages to a plaintiff who proves that the defendant was the cause of the plaintiff's losses. Torts can be intentional torts, negligent torts, or strict liability torts. This chapter explains the different kind of torts, as well as available defenses to tort claims. The Law of Torts originated from Common Law and continues to be unmodified. As the Law of Torts is basically a judge made law, Students are required to equip themselves with this law and its developments. Tort law also aims to protect individual interests from a harm that is actual or threatened. However, not all interests are protected and some benefit from better protection than others. This is as a result of the importance of an interest reflected by society through the years.