The course outcomes of the programme offered involves:
I.Knowledge and understanding of substantive and procedural laws:
Students will ultimately be assessed on their knowledge of the legal system and legal doctrine. Students will graduate with a broad knowledge of foundational and core areas of law. To accomplish this overall goals, several benchmarks exist throughout students three years of study.
1) Following the first year of study, students should possess a basic knowledge of the legal system and legal doctrine in foundational subjects.
2) Following the second year of study, students should be familiar with administrative and regulatory systems, possess knowledge of several core areas of law not covered in the first year, including professional ethics and responsibility, and are exposed to the practical field for greater understanding and interest of law.
3) Following the third year of study, students should broaden their knowledge of core areas of law, expand their specialised knowledge in areas of interest, concentrated on the skill of advocacy through practicals and are given knowledge on how to do drafting, pleadings and conveyancing.
II. Exercise of proper professional and ethical responsibilities to clients and the legal system:
Students will ultimately be assessed on their ability to demonstrate a commitment to professionalism, ethical behaviour and as appropriate leadership. To accomplish this overall goals, several benchmarks exists throughout students three years of study:
1) Following the first year of study, students will have gained an appreciation of the demands of professionalism and ethical norms, as well as beginning to develop professional and ethical responsibilities as reflected in their own behaviour in the law institution.
2) Following the second year of study, students will have continued to develop their professionalism, learned the model rules of professional conduct and developed a sensitivity to ethical issues. Students should also recognise service obligations and opportunities for service and leadership.
3) Following the third year of study, students will demonstrate a high level of professionalism and ethical behaviour in simulated or clinical practice settings and recognise service obligations and opportunities for service and leadership.
PROGRAMME OUTCOMES & PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOMES
On completion of this programme, the successful student will have knowledge and understanding of :
1) The principal legal concepts and principles of law and understands the working of the legal system in India.
2) The primary sources of Indian law in relations to laws in other countries case laws, legislation and other relevant materials. How the laws are made and developed, of the institutions within which the law is administered and the personnel who practise law.
3) How to apply knowledge gained to the socio legal problems in the society and transfer acquired knowledge for the larger benefit of the society.
4) The relevant social, business, political, ethical and cultural contexts within which the law operates.
5) A wide range of legal concepts, values, principles of different laws and to explain the relationship between them in a number of particular areas.