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Diploma In Taxation Law is 1 year diploma which is pursued after completing graduation. Throughout this course a student learns about various rules and regulations of Taxation. After Completing this course students are able to apply for . Financial Advisors, Tax Collector, Tax Managers, Tax Analyst and Tax Accountants For taking admission in Diploma in Taxation Law a student must have completed graduation .

Weightage of theory exam is 100 marks.Student should score atleast 40% marks to pass the exam.

Syllabus Of Legal and Constitutional History

Module 01 Historiography :
  1. The meaning of Historiography
  2. Ancient Indian Historiography
  3. Historiography in the courts of Muslim and Hindu Rulers in Medieval India
  4. Modern Indian Historiography
  5. The development of the Modern European idea of History
  6. Humanism and Substantialism
  7. The Christian idea of History
  8. The Renaissance and Reformation
  9. Historical method and the lawyer
Module 02 Early Administration of Justice in Bombay, Madras and Calcutta :
  1. European Settlement in India
  2. The East India Company: Development of authority
  3. Organisational setup of the English Company’s Factories or settlements in India
  4. Madras Settlement and Administration of Justice
  5. Administration of Justice in Bombay
  6. Administration of Justice in Calcutta
Module 03 The Mayor’s Courts and the Courts of Requests :
  1. Early Mayor’s Court in Madras
  2. Provisions of the Charter of 1726
  3. Consequences of the Charter of 1726
  4. Critical estimate of the working of the Mayor’s Court from 1726 to 1753
  5. Charter of 1753: Reforms introduced
  6. Criticism of the Charter
  7. Abolition of the Mayor’s Court
  8. Appraisal of the Mayor’s Court under the Charter of 1726 and 1753
  9. The Courts of Request (Small Cause Courts)
Module 04 Adalat System in Bengal :
  1. Courts in Bengal under the Mughals Dual Government in Bengal and its consequences
  2. The Company as Diwan
  3. Warren Hasting’s plan of 1772 Defect of the Plan
  4. New Plan of 1774
  5. Reorganisation of Adalats in 1780
  6. Defects of the reorganization Plan
  7. Reforms of 1781: Initiative of Impey and Warren Hastings
  8. Reforms in the Administration of Criminal Justice
Module 05 The Regulating Act of 1773 :
  1. Circumstances prior to Act of 1773
  2. Salient features of the Regulating, 1773
  3. Legislative power under the Act of 1773
  4. Charter of 1774 and the Supreme Court of Clacutta
  5. Critical estimate of the Provisions of the Regulating Act, 1773 and the Charter of 1774
  6. Trial of Raja Nand Kumar (1775)
  7. “Kamaluddin” Case (1775)
  8. “Patna” Case (1777-1779)
  9. “Cossijurah” Case (1779-1780)
  10. Salient features of Act of Settlement 1781
  11. Major defects of the Act of Settlement, 1781
  12. Supreme Court at Calcutta
  13. Supreme Court at Madras and Bombay
  14. Laws administered in the Supreme Court
Module 06 Judicial Measures of Cornwallis :
  1. Company’s Government before Cornwallis
  2. Important provisions of the Pitt’s Act 1784
  3. Judicial reform of Cornwallis
  4. Judicial Plan of 1787
  5. Re-organisation of the Criminal Judicature
  6. Scheme of Criminal Judicature, 1790
  7. Judicial Plan of 1793
  8. Cornwallis v. Hastings
  9. Appraisal of the System of 1793
Module 07 Judicial Reforms from 1793-1833
  1. Reforms of Sir John Shore
  2. Reforms of Lord Wellesley
  3. Reforms of Lord Cornwallis (1805)
  4. Reforms of Lord Minto (1807)
  5. Lord Hastings and the administration of Justice (1813)
  6. Reforms of Lord Amherst (1823)
  7. Judicial Reforms of Lord Bentinck (1828)
  8. Charter Act, 1833 Dual system of courts (1834-1861)
Module 08 Establishment of High Courts :
  1. The Indian High Courts Act, 1861 Letters patent establishing High Courts
  2. Indian High Courts Act of 1865 and 1911
  3. The Government of India Act, 1915
  4. The Government of India Act, 1935
  5. High Courts established during 1947 to 1950
Module 09 The Privy Council: Highest Court of Appeal :
  1. The Origin of Privy Council
  2. Appeal to the Privy Council (1726-1860)
  3. Appeal to the Privy Council (1861-1949)
  4. Precedential value of the Privy Council decisions
Module 10 The Federal Court of India :
  1. Foundation of the Federal Court
  2. Jurisdiction of the Federal Court:
    1. Original Jurisdiction
    2. Appellate Jurisdiction
    3. Advisory Jurisdiction
  3. Authority of law laid down by Federal Court
  4. Abolition of Federal Court
Module 11 Evolution of Law in Colonial Period :
  1. Codification in England
  2. Development of Muslim criminal Law in India
  3. Salient features of Muslim criminal law
  4. Evolution of Law through legislation and Judicial Decisions in colonial period
  5. Land Laws :
    1. The Land revenue Settlement, 1793
    2. The Bengal Rent Act (Act X of 1859)
  6. Legislation and Hindu Society :-
    1. The Sati Regulation Act of 1829
    2. The Caste Disabilities Removal Act, 1850


Module 12 Constitutional History :
  1. Government of India Act 1858
  2. Indian Council Act, 1861
  3. Indian Council Act 1892
  4. Morley-Minto reforms and the Indian Council Act, 1909
  5. Montagu-Chelmsford Report and the Government of India Act 1919:-
    1. Main features of the system introduced by the Act of 1919
    2. Shortcomings of the Act of 1919
  6. The Simon Commission Report
  7. The Nehru Report, 1928
  8. Rejection of Nehru Report and Fourteen Points Report by the Muslim League
  9. Communal Award and Poona Pact
  10. The Civil Disobedience Movement
  11. The Government of India Act 1935:-
    1. Main features of the Government of India Act 1935:
    2. Opposition to the Government of
    3. India Act 1935 Defects of Government of India Act 1935

Syllabus Of Family Law I

Module 01 Introduction to Hindu and Muslim Law :
  1. Nature of Hindu law, Application of Hindu law
  2. Sources of Hindu law - Ancient to Modern
  3. Schools of Hindu law
  4. Development and nature of Muslim law, Application of Muslim law
  5. Sources of Muslim law
  6. Schools of Muslim law


Module 02 Marriage and Matrimonial Reliefs under Hindu law :
  1. Evolution and concept of the institution of marriage, nature and forms of marriage under ancient Hindu law
  2. Essentials of a valid marriage under the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955; ceremonies of marriage; valid, void and voidable marriages; importance of custom; marriage with a non-Hindu; registration of marriage; effect on legitimacy of children.
  3. Divorce, theories of divorce, grounds of divorce, customary divorce, effect of divorce, emerging trends; Bar to remarriage after a divorce
  4. Other matrimonial reliefs: Nullity of marriage; Judicial separation; Repudiation of marriage; Restitution of conjugal rights; Other reliefs granted by a court in matrimonial proceedings (other than maintenance); Bar to matrimonial reliefs Jurisdiction of courts: under the Hindu Marriage Act 1955 and the Family Courts Act 1984


Module 03 Marriage and Matrimonial Reliefs under Muslim law :
  1. Muslim marriage : pre-Qura’nic background, definition of nikah, nature and classification of marriages
  2. Essentials and formalities of a valid marriage, legal effects of a valid marriage, mut’a marriage, stipulation in marriage contract; guardianship in marriage with reference to Shias and Sunnis
  3. Mehr / dower, nature and kinds of dower, rights of wife in case of unpaid dower
  4. Nullity of marriage; restitution of conjugal rights; option of puberty (khair-ul- bulugh)
  5. Talaq, kinds of talaq, divorce under Dissolution of Muslim Marriage Act, 1939
  6. Remarriage; iddat: its rationale, utility and periods; prohibition to marry in certain cases


Module 04 Marriage and Matrimonial Reliefs among Parsis, Christians and under the Special Marriage Act 1954
  1. Marriage under the Parsi Marriage and Divorce Act, 1936: Essentials of a valid marriage; Solemnization of marriage and its registration; Dissolution of marriage, divorce, nullity, judicial separation, restitution of conjugal rights; Remarriage; Parsi Matrimonial Courts and procedures
  2. Marriage under the Indian Christian Marriage Act, 1872; Essentials of a valid marriage; Solemnization of marriage and its registration; Marriage of Indian Christians; Provisions under the Indian Divorce Act, 1869: relating to dissolution of marriage, judicial separation, nullity, restitution of conjugal rights; Remarriage; Jurisdiction of courts and procedures
  3. Marriage under the Special Marriage Act 1954: Essentials of a valid marriage, Solemnisation of marriage and procedure, its registration and certificate; Registration of existing marriages, procedure and registration; Effect and consequences of such marriages; Void and voidable marriages; Remedies of divorce, judicial separation, restitution of conjugal rights; Remarriage; Jurisdiction of courts and procedures
  4. Marriages of citizens outside India under the Foreign Marriages Act 1969: Essentials, solemnisation of marriage, procedure and certificate; Effect of such marriage; Divorce of foreign marriages
  5. Comparative analysis of marriage and matrimonial reliefs in different laws. Relationship in the nature of marriage: live-in relationship, same-sex relationships


Module 05 Alimony and Maintenance :
  1. Maintenance pendent lite and permanent maintenance; Maintenance of wives, children and parents under the Hindu law, Muslim law, Christian law and Parsi law; Maintenance in matrimonial proceedings under these laws and maintenance under the Special Marriage Act 1954, the Protection of Women Alimony from Domestic Violence Act 2005, the Code of Criminal Procedure 1973, and the Maintenance and Welfare of Parents and Senior Citizens Act, 2007


Module 06 Law on Adoption and Guardianship :
  1. Adoption: Essentials of valid adoption with reference to the person adopted, the person adopting and other conditions; Procedure; When adoption is complete; Effect of adoption; Right of adoptive parents to dispose of their property
  2. Inter-country adoption, CARA guidelines; Recognition of foreign adoptions; Adoption by foreign parents
  3. Guardianship under the Hindu and Muslim law, and under the Guardian and Wards Act 1890: Kinds of Guardians; Procedure for appointment of a guardian; Guardian’s powers over the person and property of children; Rights, obligations, duties;, liabilities, disqualifications and disabilities of guardians Powers of Court
  4. Custody of Minor and Minor’s property; Powers of courts in matrimonial proceedings to pass orders about custody and well-being of children

Syllabus Of The Integrated Goods and Services, Tax Act, 2017

  1. short title, extent and commencement, aims, application section 2,
    definitions sub 1 to 25
  2. Administration : section 3 and 4
  3. Levy and collection of Tax section 5 and 6
  4. Determination of nature of supply section 7 to 9
  5. Place of supply of Goods or Services, or Both Sections 10 to 14
  6. Refund Integrated Tax to international Tourist Section 15
  7. Zero-rated supply section 16 sub. Section 1 to 3(a) (b)
  8. Appointment of Tax and settlement funds sections 17 to 19
  9. Miscellaneous sections 20 to 25

Syllabus Of Law of Crimes

Module 01 Nature of Crime and Criminal Liability :
  1. Historical Development of Indian Penal Code, 1860
  2. Nature of Crime, Definition of Crime in social and legal context, Test of Criminality, Approaches to Crime, Distinction between Moral, Civil and Criminal wrongs, Criminal law and Morality, Crime and Tort, Crime and Sin, Aim and Function of the Criminal law
  3. Criminal Liability – Theories - Subjective and Obje ctive theories, Principles - Actus non facit reum, nisi mens sit rea, Origin and development of mens rea, Liability without mens rea, mens rea in Indian Penal Code. Facets of mens rea - Motive, Knowledge, Intention, Recklessness and Negligence, Malice
  4. Elements of Crime - Human Conduct, Voluntary act, Guilty intention, Causal Connection, Prohibited Result


Module 02 General Principles of Criminal Law:
  1. Nulla poena sine lege, nullum crimen sine lege.
  2. Retroactivity of criminal law (ex post facto law), Narrow construction of criminal law, Rule against judicial creation of offences and vagueness of criminal statutes
  3. Principles of mala in se, mala prohibita, Joint liability, Vicarious liability, Strict liability and Absolute liability
  4. Stages in Commission of Crime, Intention - mere intention not punishable, Preparation, Attempt - Attempt when punishable, specific provisions of IPC, Tests for determining what constitute attempt, proximity, equivocality and social danger test, Impossible attempt, Commission of offence </ol? Module 03 Introduction to Substantive Criminal Law :
    1. Jurisdiction under Indian Penal Code, 1960
    2. Crime and Punishment - Objectives of punishment, Kinds of Punishment Discretion in awarding punishment and minimum punishment in respect of certain offences
    3. General Explanations - Movable Property, Wrongful Loss and Wrongful gain, Dishonestly, Fraudulently, Common Intention, Common Object, Voluntarily, Good faith, Criminal Conspiracy


    Module 04 General Defenses :
    1. Excuses (Mental Incapacity) - Minority (Infancy), Involuntary Intoxication and Insanity as a Defense
    2. Justifications – Necessity, Mistake of Fact, Acts d one with Consent, Accident, Judicial acts, Triviality
    3. Right of Private Defense of Body and Property - Justifications and Limits


    Module 05 Offences against State, Public Tranquility, Administration of Justice, etc. :
    1. Abetment, Abetment when punishable? Liability of Abettor, Abetment of offence punishable with death or imprisonment for life
    2. Harboring Offender, Harboring Deserter
    3. Waging war, Sedition, Conspiracy to Waging war
    4. Unlawful Assembly, Rioting, Affray, Promoting enmity between different groups, Imputations/assertions prejudicial to national integration
    5. Giving False Evidence, Fabricating false evidence


    Module 06 Offences relating to Public Health, Religion, Decency and Morality:
    1. Public Nuisance, Adulteration, Obscenity, Rash or Negligent driving, Causing danger or obstruction to any person in public way
    2. Injuring or Defiling place of Worship with intent to insult the religion of any class, Deliberate and malicious acts intended to outrage religious feelings, Disturbing Religious Assembly, Uttering Words etc. with deliberate intent to wound the religious feelings


    Module 07 Offences against Human Body :
    1. Culpable Homicide, Murder, Ingredients, Exceptions and Distinction between Culpable Homicide and Murder, when culpable homicide is murder?
    2. Attempt to commit Culpable Homicide, Attempt to Murder
    3. Causing Death by Negligence, Causing Death with the consent of the deceased – Euthanasia and its Constitutionality
    4. Suicide – abetment and attempt, its Constitutional validity
    5. Hurt, Voluntarily causing hurt, etc.; Grievous Hurt, Voluntarily causing grievous hurt, etc., Wrongful Restraint, Wrongful Confinement
    6. Criminal Force, Assault, Kidnapping and Abduction, distinction between them


    Module 08 Offences relating to Woman :
    1. Cruelty against Woman, Dowry death, Causing Miscarriage, Acid Attack Outraging Modesty of woman, Sexual Harassment, Voyeurism, Stalking Rape – its ingredients, developments in law along w ith relevant judicial decisions, Unnatural offences
    2. Deceitful Cohabitation, Bigamy, Mock Marriages, Adultery


    Module 09 Offences against Property and Person, etc. :
    1. Theft, Extortion, Robbery and Dacoity, distinction between them, forms of Robbery and Dacoity
    2. Criminal Misappropriation, Criminal Breach of Trust, Stolen property, Cheating, Mischief, Criminal Trespass, House Trespass, Lurking House Trespass, House Breaking, House Breaking by Night
    3. Defamation, Criminal Intimidation and Insult
    4. Forgery and Making of False document, Falsification of accounts

Syllabus Of Health and Food Law

Module 01 Introduction :
  1. Concept and Importance of Health
  2. Public Health in India - Ancient, medieval and modern perspectives
  3. Human Rights Perspectives of Health - Overview


Module 02 Health and Constitutional Protections :
  1. Fundamental Rights - Right to Health – Right to Dec ent Environment – Right to Shelter - Reproductive Rights of Women
  2. Directive Principles of State Policy and Health


Module 03 Health and Legal Protection - Relevant Provisions under following Laws :
  1. The Pre-natal Diagnostic Techniques (Regulation and Prevention of Misuse) Act, 1994
  2. The Factories Act, 1948
  3. Law on Mental Health
  4. The Maternity Benefit Act, 1961
  5. The Infant Milk Substitutes, Feeding Bottles and Infant Foods Act, 1992
  6. The Transplantation of Human Organs Act, 1994
  7. The Indian Penal Code, 1860 - Chapter XIV (Sections 269 to 278)
Module 04 Right to Food and Nutrition in India :
  1. Fundamental Rights - Right to Food and Nutrition
  2. Directive Principle of State Policy on Food and Nutrition
  3. Human Rights Perspectives of Food and Nutrition-Overview
Module 05 The Food Safety and Standards Act, 2006 :
  1. Need, Objects and Basic Concepts
  2. Food Safety and Standards Authority of India
  3. General Principles of Food Safety
  4. General Provisions as to Articles of Food
  5. Provisions Relating to Import Enforcement of the Act
  6. Analysis of Food
  7. Offences and Penalties
  8. Adjudication and Food Safety Appellate Tribunal
Module 06 The National Food Security Act, 2013 :
  1. Need, Objects and Basic Concepts
  2. Provisions for Food Security and Food Security Allowance
  3. Identification of Eligible Households
  4. Reforms in Targeted Public Distribution System.
  5. Women Empowerment
  6. Grievance Redressal Mechanism
  7. Obligations of Central Government for Food Security
  8. Obligations of State Government for Food Security
  9. Obligations of Local Authorities
  10. Transparency and Accountability
  11. Provisions for Advancing Food Security

Syllabus Of Equity and Trust Law

Module 01 The Indian Trusts Act, 1882 :
  1. Objects and Basic Concepts, Kinds of Trusts
  2. Comparison of Trust with other relationships - Trust and Ownership, Trust and Bailment, Trust and Agency, Trust and Contract, Trust and Equitable Charge, Trust and Mortgage, Trust and Administration
Module 02 The Indian Trusts Act, 1882 :
  1. Creation of Trusts
  2. Appointment of Trustees
  3. Vacating the Office of Trustee
  4. Extinction of Trusts
Module 03 The Indian Trusts Act, 1882 :
  1. Duties and Liabilities of Trustees
  2. Rights and Powers of Trustees
  3. Disabilities of Trustees
  4. Rights and Liabilities of the Beneficiary
  5. Certain Obligations in the Nature of Trusts
Module 04 The Bombay Public Trusts Act, 1950 :
  1. Objects and Basic Concepts Establishment
  2. Charitable Purposes and Validity of Certain Public Trusts
Module 05 The Bombay Public Trusts Act, 1950 :
  1. Registration of Public Trust Budget, Accounts and Audit
  2. Powers and Duties and Restrictions on Trustee
Module 06 The Bombay Public Trusts Act, 1950 :
  1. Control, Powers and Functions of Charity Commissioner
  2. Other Functions and Powers of Charity Commissioner, Dharmada, Cypress
Module 07 The Bombay Public Trusts Act, 1950 :
  1. Special Provision as Respects Religious and Charitable Institutions and Endowments
  2. Public Trusts Administration Fund
Module 08 The Bombay Public Trusts Act, 1950
  1. Offences and Penalties
  2. Function of Charity Commissioner, Procedure, jurisdiction and Appeals
Module 09 Equity :
  1. Concept of Common Law and Common Law Courts
  2. Concept and Definition of Equity
  3. Origin and Development of Equity Maxims of Equity:
    • Equity will not suffer a wrong to be without a remedy
    • Equity follows the law
    • He who seeks equity must do equity
    • He who comes to equity must come with clean hands
    • Delay defects equity
    • Equality is equity
    • Equity looks upon that as done which ought to have been done
    • Equity looks to the intent rather to the form
    • Equity imputes an intention to fulfill an obligation
    • Equity acts in personal
    • Where the equities are equal the first in time shall prevail
    • Where there is equal equity, the law shall prevail

Syllabus Of Criminal Psychology and Criminal Sociology

Module 01 Crime, Criminal and Criminology :
  1. What is crime?
  2. Who is the criminal?
  3. What is Criminology?
  4. Schools of Criminology :
    • The Pre-Classical School
    • The Classical School
    • Neo-Classical School
    • Positivist Approach - Radical Positivism and Liberal Positivism
    • Cesare Lombroso
    • Enrico Ferri
    • Raffaele Garofalo
    • Gabrial Tarde
Module 02 Psychology and Crime :
  1. Meaning, purpose and scope of criminal psychology
  2. Psychological vs. Psycho-analytical approach to crime
  3. Behaviorist approach to crime Definition of criminal behavior - Psychodynamics of criminal behavior.
  4. Mental illness and crime
  5. Human aggression and violence to crime
Module 03 Psychometric Test - Its use in Criminal behavior :
  1. Measurement of criminal behavior - Psychological test to measure criminal behavior
  2. Criminal profiling: Definition and process of profiling criminal personality
  3. Factors underling criminal profiling
  4. Merit and demerit of criminal profiling
Module 04 Forensic Psychology - Concept and Importance :
  • Definition, meaning and scope of forensic psychology
  • Historical background of forensic psychology in India and abroad
  • Role of forensic psychology in the investigation of crime
  • Psychology and the police
  • Application of psychology in court
  • Application of psychology in prison Module 05 Sociological Theories - Crime and Social Structure :
    1. Social structure theory
    2. Social disorganization theory
    3. Merton, anomie and strain
    Module 06 Subcultural Theories :
    1. Cohen’s theory of the delinquent subculture
    2. Miller’s lower class gang delinquency
    Module 07 Crime and Social Process :
    1. Socialization and Crime- Differential association theory
    2. Differential reinforcement theory
    3. Neutralization and rift theory
    4. Hirsch’s Social Control or Social Bond Theory
    5. Self-Control and Self Esteem as related to crime
  • Syllabus Of Criminal Psychology and Criminal Sociology

    Module 01 Crime, Criminal and Criminology :
    1. What is crime?
    2. Who is the criminal?
    3. What is Criminology?
    4. Schools of Criminology :
      • The Pre-Classical School
      • The Classical School
      • Neo-Classical School
      • Positivist Approach - Radical Positivism and Liberal Positivism
      • Cesare Lombroso
      • Enrico Ferri
      • Raffaele Garofalo
      • Gabrial Tarde
    Module 02 Psychology and Crime :
    1. Meaning, purpose and scope of criminal psychology
    2. Psychological vs. Psycho-analytical approach to crime
    3. Behaviorist approach to crime Definition of criminal behavior - Psychodynamics of criminal behavior.
    4. Mental illness and crime
    5. Human aggression and violence to crime
    Module 03 Psychometric Test - Its use in Criminal behavior :
    1. Measurement of criminal behavior - Psychological test to measure criminal behavior
    2. Criminal profiling: Definition and process of profiling criminal personality
    3. Factors underling criminal profiling
    4. Merit and demerit of criminal profiling
    Module 04 Forensic Psychology - Concept and Importance :
  • Definition, meaning and scope of forensic psychology
  • Historical background of forensic psychology in India and abroad
  • Role of forensic psychology in the investigation of crime
  • Psychology and the police
  • Application of psychology in court
  • Application of psychology in prison Module 05 Sociological Theories - Crime and Social Structure :
    1. Social structure theory
    2. Social disorganization theory
    3. Merton, anomie and strain
    Module 06 Subcultural Theories :
    1. Cohen’s theory of the delinquent subculture
    2. Miller’s lower class gang delinquency
    Module 07 Crime and Social Process :
    1. Socialization and Crime- Differential association theory
    2. Differential reinforcement theory
    3. Neutralization and rift theory
    4. Hirsch’s Social Control or Social Bond Theory
    5. Self-Control and Self Esteem as related to crime
  • Syllabus Of Legal and Constitutional History

    Module 01 Historiography :
    1. The meaning of Historiography
    2. Ancient Indian Historiography
    3. Historiography in the courts of Muslim and Hindu Rulers in Medieval India
    4. Modern Indian Historiography
    5. The development of the Modern European idea of History
    6. Humanism and Substantialism
    7. The Christian idea of History
    8. The Renaissance and Reformation
    9. Historical method and the lawyer
    Module 02 Early Administration of Justice in Bombay, Madras and Calcutta :
    1. European Settlement in India
    2. The East India Company: Development of authority
    3. Organisational setup of the English Company’s Factories or settlements in India
    4. Madras Settlement and Administration of Justice
    5. Administration of Justice in Bombay
    6. Administration of Justice in Calcutta
    Module 03 The Mayor’s Courts and the Courts of Requests :
    1. Early Mayor’s Court in Madras
    2. Provisions of the Charter of 1726
    3. Consequences of the Charter of 1726
    4. Critical estimate of the working of the Mayor’s Court from 1726 to 1753
    5. Charter of 1753: Reforms introduced
    6. Criticism of the Charter
    7. Abolition of the Mayor’s Court
    8. Appraisal of the Mayor’s Court under the Charter of 1726 and 1753
    9. The Courts of Request (Small Cause Courts)
    Module 04 Adalat System in Bengal :
    1. Courts in Bengal under the Mughals Dual Government in Bengal and its consequences
    2. The Company as Diwan
    3. Warren Hasting’s plan of 1772 Defect of the Plan
    4. New Plan of 1774
    5. Reorganisation of Adalats in 1780
    6. Defects of the reorganization Plan
    7. Reforms of 1781: Initiative of Impey and Warren Hastings
    8. Reforms in the Administration of Criminal Justice
    Module 05 The Regulating Act of 1773 :
    1. Circumstances prior to Act of 1773
    2. Salient features of the Regulating, 1773
    3. Legislative power under the Act of 1773
    4. Charter of 1774 and the Supreme Court of Clacutta
    5. Critical estimate of the Provisions of the Regulating Act, 1773 and the Charter of 1774
    6. Trial of Raja Nand Kumar (1775)
    7. “Kamaluddin” Case (1775)
    8. “Patna” Case (1777-1779)
    9. “Cossijurah” Case (1779-1780)
    10. Salient features of Act of Settlement 1781
    11. Major defects of the Act of Settlement, 1781
    12. Supreme Court at Calcutta
    13. Supreme Court at Madras and Bombay
    14. Laws administered in the Supreme Court
    Module 06 Judicial Measures of Cornwallis :
    1. Company’s Government before Cornwallis
    2. Important provisions of the Pitt’s Act 1784
    3. Judicial reform of Cornwallis
    4. Judicial Plan of 1787
    5. Re-organisation of the Criminal Judicature
    6. Scheme of Criminal Judicature, 1790
    7. Judicial Plan of 1793
    8. Cornwallis v. Hastings
    9. Appraisal of the System of 1793
    Module 07 Judicial Reforms from 1793-1833
    1. Reforms of Sir John Shore
    2. Reforms of Lord Wellesley
    3. Reforms of Lord Cornwallis (1805)
    4. Reforms of Lord Minto (1807)
    5. Lord Hastings and the administration of Justice (1813)
    6. Reforms of Lord Amherst (1823)
    7. Judicial Reforms of Lord Bentinck (1828)
    8. Charter Act, 1833 Dual system of courts (1834-1861)
    Module 08 Establishment of High Courts :
    1. The Indian High Courts Act, 1861 Letters patent establishing High Courts
    2. Indian High Courts Act of 1865 and 1911
    3. The Government of India Act, 1915
    4. The Government of India Act, 1935
    5. High Courts established during 1947 to 1950
    Module 09 The Privy Council: Highest Court of Appeal :
    1. The Origin of Privy Council
    2. Appeal to the Privy Council (1726-1860)
    3. Appeal to the Privy Council (1861-1949)
    4. Precedential value of the Privy Council decisions
    Module 10 The Federal Court of India :
    1. Foundation of the Federal Court
    2. Jurisdiction of the Federal Court:
      1. Original Jurisdiction
      2. Appellate Jurisdiction
      3. Advisory Jurisdiction
    3. Authority of law laid down by Federal Court
    4. Abolition of Federal Court
    Module 11 Evolution of Law in Colonial Period :
    1. Codification in England
    2. Development of Muslim criminal Law in India
    3. Salient features of Muslim criminal law
    4. Evolution of Law through legislation and Judicial Decisions in colonial period
    5. Land Laws :
      1. The Land revenue Settlement, 1793
      2. The Bengal Rent Act (Act X of 1859)
    6. Legislation and Hindu Society :-
      1. The Sati Regulation Act of 1829
      2. The Caste Disabilities Removal Act, 1850


    Module 12 Constitutional History :
    1. Government of India Act 1858
    2. Indian Council Act, 1861
    3. Indian Council Act 1892
    4. Morley-Minto reforms and the Indian Council Act, 1909
    5. Montagu-Chelmsford Report and the Government of India Act 1919:-
      1. Main features of the system introduced by the Act of 1919
      2. Shortcomings of the Act of 1919
    6. The Simon Commission Report
    7. The Nehru Report, 1928
    8. Rejection of Nehru Report and Fourteen Points Report by the Muslim League
    9. Communal Award and Poona Pact
    10. The Civil Disobedience Movement
    11. The Government of India Act 1935:-
      1. Main features of the Government of India Act 1935:
      2. Opposition to the Government of
      3. India Act 1935 Defects of Government of India Act 1935

    Syllabus Of Family Law I

    Module 01 Introduction to Hindu and Muslim Law :
    1. Nature of Hindu law, Application of Hindu law
    2. Sources of Hindu law - Ancient to Modern
    3. Schools of Hindu law
    4. Development and nature of Muslim law, Application of Muslim law
    5. Sources of Muslim law
    6. Schools of Muslim law


    Module 02 Marriage and Matrimonial Reliefs under Hindu law :
    1. Evolution and concept of the institution of marriage, nature and forms of marriage under ancient Hindu law
    2. Essentials of a valid marriage under the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955; ceremonies of marriage; valid, void and voidable marriages; importance of custom; marriage with a non-Hindu; registration of marriage; effect on legitimacy of children.
    3. Divorce, theories of divorce, grounds of divorce, customary divorce, effect of divorce, emerging trends; Bar to remarriage after a divorce
    4. Other matrimonial reliefs: Nullity of marriage; Judicial separation; Repudiation of marriage; Restitution of conjugal rights; Other reliefs granted by a court in matrimonial proceedings (other than maintenance); Bar to matrimonial reliefs Jurisdiction of courts: under the Hindu Marriage Act 1955 and the Family Courts Act 1984


    Module 03 Marriage and Matrimonial Reliefs under Muslim law :
    1. Muslim marriage : pre-Qura’nic background, definition of nikah, nature and classification of marriages
    2. Essentials and formalities of a valid marriage, legal effects of a valid marriage, mut’a marriage, stipulation in marriage contract; guardianship in marriage with reference to Shias and Sunnis
    3. Mehr / dower, nature and kinds of dower, rights of wife in case of unpaid dower
    4. Nullity of marriage; restitution of conjugal rights; option of puberty (khair-ul- bulugh)
    5. Talaq, kinds of talaq, divorce under Dissolution of Muslim Marriage Act, 1939
    6. Remarriage; iddat: its rationale, utility and periods; prohibition to marry in certain cases


    Module 04 Marriage and Matrimonial Reliefs among Parsis, Christians and under the Special Marriage Act 1954
    1. Marriage under the Parsi Marriage and Divorce Act, 1936: Essentials of a valid marriage; Solemnization of marriage and its registration; Dissolution of marriage, divorce, nullity, judicial separation, restitution of conjugal rights; Remarriage; Parsi Matrimonial Courts and procedures
    2. Marriage under the Indian Christian Marriage Act, 1872; Essentials of a valid marriage; Solemnization of marriage and its registration; Marriage of Indian Christians; Provisions under the Indian Divorce Act, 1869: relating to dissolution of marriage, judicial separation, nullity, restitution of conjugal rights; Remarriage; Jurisdiction of courts and procedures
    3. Marriage under the Special Marriage Act 1954: Essentials of a valid marriage, Solemnisation of marriage and procedure, its registration and certificate; Registration of existing marriages, procedure and registration; Effect and consequences of such marriages; Void and voidable marriages; Remedies of divorce, judicial separation, restitution of conjugal rights; Remarriage; Jurisdiction of courts and procedures
    4. Marriages of citizens outside India under the Foreign Marriages Act 1969: Essentials, solemnisation of marriage, procedure and certificate; Effect of such marriage; Divorce of foreign marriages
    5. Comparative analysis of marriage and matrimonial reliefs in different laws. Relationship in the nature of marriage: live-in relationship, same-sex relationships


    Module 05 Alimony and Maintenance :
    1. Maintenance pendent lite and permanent maintenance; Maintenance of wives, children and parents under the Hindu law, Muslim law, Christian law and Parsi law; Maintenance in matrimonial proceedings under these laws and maintenance under the Special Marriage Act 1954, the Protection of Women Alimony from Domestic Violence Act 2005, the Code of Criminal Procedure 1973, and the Maintenance and Welfare of Parents and Senior Citizens Act, 2007


    Module 06 Law on Adoption and Guardianship :
    1. Adoption: Essentials of valid adoption with reference to the person adopted, the person adopting and other conditions; Procedure; When adoption is complete; Effect of adoption; Right of adoptive parents to dispose of their property
    2. Inter-country adoption, CARA guidelines; Recognition of foreign adoptions; Adoption by foreign parents
    3. Guardianship under the Hindu and Muslim law, and under the Guardian and Wards Act 1890: Kinds of Guardians; Procedure for appointment of a guardian; Guardian’s powers over the person and property of children; Rights, obligations, duties;, liabilities, disqualifications and disabilities of guardians Powers of Court
    4. Custody of Minor and Minor’s property; Powers of courts in matrimonial proceedings to pass orders about custody and well-being of children

    Syllabus Of The Integrated Goods and Services, Tax Act, 2017

    1. short title, extent and commencement, aims, application section 2,
      definitions sub 1 to 25
    2. Administration : section 3 and 4
    3. Levy and collection of Tax section 5 and 6
    4. Determination of nature of supply section 7 to 9
    5. Place of supply of Goods or Services, or Both Sections 10 to 14
    6. Refund Integrated Tax to international Tourist Section 15
    7. Zero-rated supply section 16 sub. Section 1 to 3(a) (b)
    8. Appointment of Tax and settlement funds sections 17 to 19
    9. Miscellaneous sections 20 to 25

    Syllabus Of Law of Crimes

    Module 01 Nature of Crime and Criminal Liability :
    1. Historical Development of Indian Penal Code, 1860
    2. Nature of Crime, Definition of Crime in social and legal context, Test of Criminality, Approaches to Crime, Distinction between Moral, Civil and Criminal wrongs, Criminal law and Morality, Crime and Tort, Crime and Sin, Aim and Function of the Criminal law Criminal Liability – Theories - Subjective and Obje ctive theories, Principles - Actus non facit reum, nisi mens sit rea, Origin and development of mens rea, Liability without mens rea, mens rea in Indian Penal Code. Facets of mens rea - Motive, Knowledge, Intention, Recklessness and Negligence, Malice Elements of Crime - Human Conduct, Voluntary act, Guilty intention, Causal Connection, Prohibited Result Module 02 General Principles of Criminal Law: Nulla poena sine lege, nullum crimen sine lege. Retroactivity of criminal law (ex post facto law), Narrow construction of criminal law, Rule against judicial creation of offences and vagueness of criminal statutes Principles of mala in se, mala prohibita, Joint liability, Vicarious liability, Strict liability and Absolute liability Stages in Commission of Crime, Intention - mere intention not punishable, Preparation, Attempt - Attempt when punishable, specific provisions of IPC, Tests for determining what constitute attempt, proximity, equivocality and social danger test, Impossible attempt, Commission of offence Module 03 Introduction to Substantive Criminal Law : Jurisdiction under Indian Penal Code, 1960 Crime and Punishment - Objectives of punishment, Kinds of Punishment Discretion in awarding punishment and minimum punishment in respect of certain offences General Explanations - Movable Property, Wrongful Loss and Wrongful gain, Dishonestly, Fraudulently, Common Intention, Common Object, Voluntarily, Good faith, Criminal Conspiracy Module 04 General Defenses : Excuses (Mental Incapacity) - Minority (Infancy), Involuntary Intoxication and Insanity as a Defense

    Syllabus Of Book Keeping And Accountancy

    1. Fundamental of Double-Entry Book-Keeping:
      • Meaning of Bookkeeping, definition objectives, Double entry
        principles, important terms of the Double Entry System.
      • The journal & the ledger including subsidiary books of accounts.
      • Trial Balance & final accounts i.e. Trading, Profit and loss
        account & balance Sheet.
      • Rectification of Errors.
    2. Recording of Banking Transactions- Types of Cash Book- Cash Columns,
      Cash & Bank column & cash, bank, discount columns, preparation of Bank
      Reconciliation Statement.
    3. Single Entry System of Accounts and Preparation of Accounts from
      Incomplete records.
    4. Partnership Accounts including Dissolution of Partnership.
    5. Companies Accounts:
      • Share Capital of a Company
      • Procedure of raising share capital, entries regarding application,
        Allotment, calls, forfeiture of shares, re-issues of forfeiture of
        Shares, issue of shares at premium and at a discount
    6. Accounts of Non-Trading Organization:
      Preparation of an Income AND Expenditure Account from Receipt and
      Payment Accounts. –
      • Clubs
      • Professional (i.e. Lawyers and
        Doctors) only.

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