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


The knowledge of English literature is important for everyone to develop new ideas and ethical standpoints. Therefore, the main object of this paper is to instill human values and concern among students of law through exposure to literary texts. This paper also intends to strengthen the students' listening, speaking, reading and writing skills by using literature and to enable the students to analyze the case laws from the perspective of language. This course intends to integrate law and literature as both deal with society. It will sensitize students about social issues and provide them with an opportunity to think about law, by reading genres of literature like poetry, drama, fiction and non-fiction. It will also enable the students to examine law from a humanistic perspective, after analyzing real situations in life.


Historical evolution of any law helps the students to know the reasons behind the legislation. In the light of this historical set up it is easy to understand and interpret the provisions of law. This course aims at giving a brief overview of the history of Indian law and Constitution of India to enable the students to understand the laws of India, especially the Constitutional law in a better manner.

This course is designed to help students to understand the historical background of the Indian Legal System. This course shall play a pivotal role in creating interests amongst students in furtherance of their law career. The Law commission reports and developments through the British India period will help students to know the intricacies of Law in India and the establishment of Legal system during and post British era

International Relations

As part of BA.LLB (Hons.) Curriculum at Maharashtra National Law University-Aurangabad, the subject of International Relations is taught as one of the major subjects. International Relations will make the students get acquainted with basic principles, approaches and will be able to discuss a broad array of concepts related to relations amongst the states and various factors that effects these relations.

Special Contracts

The Indian Contract Act 1882 deals with the law relating to promises and its formation, performance and their enforceability. The Special Contracts will initiate the students to different kinds of contract and their intricacies after they became familiar with General Principles of Contract. The Special contracts deals with Indemnity, Guarantee, Bailment, Pledge and contract of Agency in the first portion and in the second portion the subject will be dealing with Sale of Goods under Sale of Goods Act 1932 and the Limited Liability of Partnership Act 2008. The course has been divided into 7 modules and Module I to V deals with the Special Contracts which includes Contract of indemnity', Guarantee Agency, Bailment and Contract of Pledge. Module 6 deals with Limited Liability of Partnership Act 2008 and the 7th Module deals with the course deals with the Sale of Goods Act, 1932 and the third portion of the course deals with the Limited Liability of Partnership Act 2008.


Crime and Punishment has always been the most important aspect of Rule of Law. A proper understanding of crimes, methods of controlling them and the reasons for their existence is extremely important to build a just and humane society. The study of law to regulate social behavior of a man is incomplete without studying law of crime. This course is designed to familiarize students with the principles of criminal liability and otherconcepts of substantive criminal law along with relevant case laws. It is also meant to enable them to articulate informed opinion over important controversial issues in criminal law. The course aims to develop among students critical understanding of the subject which are very crucial to legal profession in general and for advocacy in particular.