B.A.LL.B. (Hons.) Semester-IX
This course is divided into two parts - Part A and Part B. Part A dealing with Humanitarian Law consists of four topics. Part A deals with the conceptual understanding of the concept Human Rights and various initiatives taken at international and national level.
Part - B relating to Refugee law divided into five topics, delineates the conceptual dimensions of refugees and various international instruments relating to the status of refugees. This apart, an analysis of the standard treatment of refugees in India and the role of National Human Rights Commission and Judiciary in interpreting and protecting the rights of refugee in India has been discussed.
LAW OF INSOLVENCY AND BANKRUPTCY
The primary objet of the subject is to understand the importance and need of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016. The other objectives of the Code are to understand the difference between individual bankruptcy and Corporate Insolvency with the descriptive study on regulatory bodies and adjudicating authorities. It also aims at to understand the various roles of intermediaries, Insolvency Professionals under the Code.
India has a big commercial sector working in service and manufacturing industries and so on. Some may grow fast and huge whereas others may fall. Factors responsible as such are multiple like from taking wrong business decisions to adverse market conditions. The changing equations in the global economy and various other factors are responsible for rise and fall of commercial as well as individual enterprises. Unless fraud is detected, everyone deserves a second chance. IBC is the unique legislation for making such enterprises stand and regain if possible else easy and a decent exit is paved a way out. At the same time the interest of the stakeholders of such enterprise is also equally important. Therefore, the object of the study of this subject is to understand how this unique legislation of IBC has made it possible to strike a perfect balance of all interests.
Law of Banking and Negotiable Instruments
The Banking industry handles finances in a country including cash and credit. Banks are the institutional bodies that accept deposits and grant credit to the entities and play a major role in maintaining the economic stature of a country. Thus, given their importance in the economy, banks are kept under strict regulation in India. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is the apex banking institution that regulates the monetary policy in the country. The variety of assistance tended by the banks to the common people and business community cannot be overemphasized in this context. The process of working of the banks and the legal control over them as well as the protection to the consumers of banking services are areas which a student of law is necessarily familiar with There are new and emerging trends in banking with the advent of technology, how all these are handled by the banks and other financial Institutions becomes inevitable part of the study.