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B.A.LL.B. (Hons.) Semester-II


The course will help students to become competent and confident in their communication strategies, with special reference to legal profession. This course focuses on strengthening the students' communication skills which will add flair to their writing, and train them on how to deliver effective presentations on various occasions. The course will also enable them to use language as a medium to express themselves in a professional manner with the help of regular discussions. The course will facilitate the students by providing them opportunities to express personal opinions, frame effective arguments, and achieve confidence in public speaking. This course will focus on enhancement of their thoughts, ideas, and vision for practical application in their professional life.


This paper will enable a student to understand socio-cultural and religious processes by which formation of Indian society occurred in Modern Indian History. The paper will orient students with the development of the colonial period and highlight the transition of European trading companies into colonial powers in India. The paper enable students to understand the expansion and consolidation of the East India Company in India and to understand the emergence of new force in India as an impact of the colonial India.


As a part of BA.LLB (Hons.) curriculum at the Maharashtra National Law University-Aurangabad, this course aims at introducing and discussing inn detail two important concepts of political science, namely, political authority and political obligation. Understanding political authority and political obligation will help law students knowing how legislative functions of the state work as mediator between the former two concepts.

Why does the government get a moral and legal right to govern all people and territories within its jurisdiction? Why should one seek the driving license from the government agencies although he/she knows driving? Why are governments expected to provide basic services to all people residing in the country? Answering these and other such questions require the prior understanding of the political authority and political obligation. Although many scholars have discussed both concepts in detail, meanings of both have not been constant, adapting to the changed politico-legal contexts. Therefore, this course provides an academic design in contextualizing and critically analyzing the political authority and political obligation in order to understand its implications for law.


The objective of the study relating to Law of Contract is to understand the various approaches to the word "Contract" which forms the basis of the subject "Law of Contract". The foremost reason that makes the study of the course is its wide application. In everyday life, we enter into contracts, whenever we buy anything and a contract is a set of promises which are meant to be enforced through law. This branch of law deals with law relating to those promises, their formation, performance and enforceability. This paper will include a study of general principles of contracts spelt out in sections 1-75 of the Indian Contract Act, 1872. The students will not only be well equipped with the basics of these general principles but also acquainted with the theoretical and operational processes of the law which have been codified under the Indian Contract Act 1872, to deal with various disputes relating to the enforcement of the promise/s


The Course is designed with an objective to understand and analyze theories of law theories of justice, legal concepts. Without a proper understanding of these concepts and theories of law, it would be difficult for a legal fraternity to understand the law in its true spirit. "Jurisprudence" is the heart of the learning of law and the legal system. The basis nature of law and the purpose of law should be clear to every learner of law and that it should be the very foundation of teaching of law. This course shall induct the learners, into a realm of questions concerning law who is then driven to seek out answers for oneself.