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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 Constitutional Law I

Module 01 Introduction :
  1. Concepts of Constitution, Constitutional Law and Constitutionalism
  2. Forms and character of various models of Constitution
  3. Classification of Constitutions
  4. Forms of Governments
  5. Salient features of the Indian Constitution
    • Preamble
    • Meaning of the Preamble
    • Object, Purpose and Scope of the Preamble
    • Utility of Preamble in interpretation of the Constitution
    • Whether Preamble is part of the Constitution
    • Contents of the Preamble
    • Union and its Territory

Module 02 Citizenship of India :
  1. Constitutional Provisions:
    • Citizens by Domicile
    • Citizens by Migration
    • Citizens by Registration
    • Termination of Citizenship
    • Dual Citizenship
  2. The Citizenship Act, 1955:
    • Citizenship by Birth
    • Citizenship by Descent
    • Citizenship by Registration
    • Citizenship by Naturalisation
    • Citizenship by Incorporation of territory
    • Cessation of Citizenship
    • Deprivation of Citizenship
    • Expulsion of Foreigner

Module 03 Fundamental Rights:
  1. Concept of Fundamental Rights – Their Origin and Development
  2. History of the demand for Fundamental Rights in India
  3. Justiciability of Fundamental Rights:
    • Laws inconsistent with fundamental rights
    • Unconstitutionality of Statute
    • Doctrine of Eclipse
    • Doctrine of Severability
    • Waiver of Fundamental Rights
  4. Concept of State and its Importance
  5. Concept of Law and Law in force
    • Personal Law
    • Custom
    • Whether the Constitution Amendment Act is law under Article 13?

Module 04 Right to Equality :
  1. Equality before law and Equal protection of Law
  2. Article 14 permits ‘Reasonable Classification’ but prohibits ‘Class legislation’
  3. Article 14 Strikes at Arbitrariness Prohibition of discrimination against citizens
  4. Right to Access to Public Places
  5. Special provisions for women and children
  6. Special provisions for Backward Classes
  7. Equality of Opportunity in Matters of Public Employment
  8. Requirement as to Residence in State
  9. Reservation of Posts for Backward Classes
  10. Reservations in Promotion
  11. Carry Forward of Reserved Vacancies
  12. Percentage of Reservation - Rule of rounding up
  13. Abolition of Untouchability
  14. Abolition of Titles

Module 05 Right to Freedom :
  1. Freedom of Speech and Expression and Reasonable Restrictions on it
  2. Freedom of Assembly and Reasonable Restrictions on it
  3. Freedom to form Association or Union and Reasonable Restrictions on it
  4. Freedom of Movement and Reasonable Restrictions on it
  5. Freedom of Residence and Settlement and Reasonable Restrictions on it Freedom of Profession, Occupation, Trade and Business and Reasonable Restrictions on it
  6. Right to Property:
    • Pre- 1978 Position - Article 19(f) and 19(5); Eminent Domain; Article 31; Inter-relation of Article 31, Article 14 and Article 19(1)(f)
    • Present Position - Article 31 A, Article 31 B, Article 31 C, Article 300 A

Module 06 Right to Freedom :
  1. Protection in Respect of Conviction for offences:
    • Protection against Ex-post Facto Law
    • Guarantee against Double Jeopardy
    • Privilege against Self-Incrimination
  2. Protection of Right to Life and Personal Liberty:
    • A. K. Gopalan to Maneka Gandhi
    • Relationship between Articles 19, 21 and 22
    • Due Process of Law
    • Extended view in post Maneka Gandhi period
  3. Right to Education - Evolution and Importance
  4. Protection against Arrest and Detention:
    • Protection against Arrest
    • Protection against Preventive Detention
    • Laws Authorising Preventive Detention

Module 07 Right against Exploitation :
  1. Traffic in Human Beings
  2. Begar and Similar forms of Forced Labours
  3. Compulsory Services for Public Purpose
  4. Prohibition of Employment of Children

Module 08 Right to Freedom of Religion :
  1. Concept of Secularism
  2. Freedom of Conscience and right to Profess or Practice and Propagate religion
  3. Freedom of Religion of Religious Denomination
  4. Freedom from Paying of Taxes for Promotion of any Religion
  5. Annual payment to certain Devasworm Funds (Article 290 A)
  6. Prohibition of Religious Instructions in Educational Institutions

Module 09 Cultural and Educational Rights :
  1. Concept of Minority
  2. Protection of Interest of Minorities
  3. Right of a Minority to Establish Educational Institution
  4. Regulation of Minority Educational Institution
Module 10 Right to Constitutional Remedies :
  1. Enforcement of Fundamental Rights
  2. Procedure in Enforcement of Fundamental Rights
  3. Power to issue Writs, Directions or Orders – Types of Writs
  4. Comparison between Article 32 and Article 226
  5. Public Interest Litigation
  6. Fundamental Rights during Emergency
  7. Power of Parliament to modify fundamental Rights with respect to some Forces
  8. Fundamental Rights during operation of Martial Law
  9. Legislation to give effect to Fundamental Rights

Module 11 Directive Principles of State Policy and Fundamental Duties
  1. Nature and Importance of Directive Principles
  2. Inter-relationship between Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles.
  3. Directive Principles from Article 38 to Article 51

Module 12 Amendment of the Constitution :
  1. Power and Procedure of Amendment
  2. Amendment / Change by Simple Majority
  3. Amendment by Special Majority
  4. Amendment by Special Majority with Ratification by Majority of States
  5. Amendment of Fundamental Rights

Syllabus Of Family Law II

Module 01 Hindu Joint Family System :
  1. Evolution of joint family system in India
  2. Institution of Hindu joint family and joint family property; Family arrangement; Separate or self-acquired property
  3. Coparcenary, Mitakshara and Dayabhaga coparcenary; Women as coparceners; Rights and powers of coparceners, sole surviving coparcener;
  4. Effect of amendments to the Hindu Succesion Act 1956.
  5. Karta, his position, powers and duties; Father’s powers of alienation; Alienee’s rights and remedies
  6. Partition – under Dyabhaga and Mitakshara systems; Subject matter of partition; Persons entitled to claim partition and who get share on partition; Kinds of partition; Principle of survivorship and representation; Reopening and Reunion

Module 02 Intestate Succession :
  1. Hindu Succession Act, 1956 – Application of Act; Succession to the property of a Hindu male; Succession to the property of a Hindu female, stridhana and women’s estate; General provisions relating to succession; and disqualifications from inheritance; Escheat
  2. General principles of inheritance under Muslim law, Law of inheritance applicable to Sunnis and Shias, and the distinction between the two, Disqualifications
  3. Indian Succession Act 1925: Domicile, and its relevance in succession to property; Consanguinity; Provisions relating to intestate succession applicable to Parsis and persons other than Parsis; General principles of succession; Rules of devolution
Module 03 Testamentary Succession :
  1. Indian Succession Act, 1925 : Wills and codicils; Competence of the testator; Execution of privileged and unprivileged will; Attestation; Revocation, alteration and revival of wills; Construction of wills
  2. Indian Succession Act, 1925 : Vesting of legacies; Void, onerous, contingent and conditional bequests; Specific legacies and demonstrative legacies; Ademption of legacies, lapse of legacies; Election; Gifts in contemplation of death
  3. Hindu Succession Act 1956: Testamentary succession
  4. Will under Muslim law (wasiyat)

Module 04 Right of Pre-emption :
  1. Pre-emption under Muslim law (shufa), meaning, nature, who can claim the right; Subject Matter of shufa; Formalities and legal effect; Legal devices of evading right of pre-emption: Loss of the right
  2. Pre-emption under Hindu Law

Module 05 Gifts under Muslim Law (Hiba) :
  1. Nature and characteristics of hiba, types of hiba, donor and donee, what may be given in gift
  2. Essentials of valid gift, exceptions to general rule; Oral gift and its validity; Registration; Kinds of gifts; Gifts involving return; Marz-ul-mouth (death-bed gift)
  3. Revocation and revival of gift

Module 06 Wakf :
  1. Origin and Development of Wakf
  2. Importance, Meaning and Definition, Characteristics
  3. Essentials, Kinds, formalities for creation, the Wakif, Objects and Purposes of the Wakf
  4. Administration of Wakf under the Wakf Act, Appointment, Removal, Powersand Duties of Mutawalli

Syllabus Of Land Acquisition Law

Module 01 Historical Perspectives of Land Acquisition in India :
  1. Pre-independence and Post-independence
  2. Meaning and definition of Land Acquisition
  3. Need for land acquisition in India
  4. Important judicial pronouncements on acquisition of land in context of Constitutional law of India
Module 02 Legislative Perspectives of Land Acquisition in India - Overview :
  1. Old Land Acquisition Act, 1894, Comparative analysis with New Act of 2013
  2. Importance of New Amended Act of 2013, object and purpose, Right to fair Compensation and Transparency in land acquisition, Rehabilitation and Resettlement Act, 2013
  3. Important provision of both old and new Act pertaining to Land Acquisition
  4. Important judicial pronouncement on land Acquisition in India

Module 03 Procedural Approach towards Land Acquisition :
  1. Stages in acquisition of Land and preliminary survey declaration of Acquisition, Enquiry and Award by collector and taking possession (Sec. 6 to 10, Sec. 11 to 15 A, 16, 17)
  2. Reference to court and procedure (Sec. 18 to 22), Matters to be considered and neglected in determining Compensation (Sec. 23, 24)
  3. Award by the Court (Sec. 25 to 28); Redetermination of amount of Award (Sec. 28 A),
  4. Apportionment and Payments of Compensation (Sec. 29 to 34), Acquisition of Land for complaints (Sec. 38 to 44B), Latest amendments

Module 04 Procedural Approach towards Land Acquisition :
  1. Requisitioning and Acquisitioning of immovable property
  2. Land Acquisition, inquiry notice and hearing – Exam ination of Ecological Moves
  3. Salient features of transparency in Land Acquisition
  4. Rehabilitation and Resettlement
  5. Concept of Public Purpose and its wider Interpretation by judiciary

Syllabus Of Intellectual Property Rights II

Module 01 The Indian Copyright Act, 1957 :
  1. Historical development of Law of Copyright and Neighboring Rights in India- with reference to Legislative and Judicial Perspectives
  2. Meaning –Definition and Subject Matter of Copyright - Types and forms of works in Under Copyright Act
  3. Rights and Liabilities of Copyright owners
  4. Assignment of Copyright and Licenses
  5. Role of Copyright Societies in administration of Copyright
  6. Rights and Liabilities of Performer‘s Rights
  7. Authorities under the Copyright Law
  8. Remedial Mechanism for infringement of Copyright and Neighboring Rights

Module 02 The Indian Patent Act, 1970 :
  1. Meaning and Definition of Patent- Patentable Subject Matter- Patentability Criteria
  2. Procedure for Filing Patent Applications- Procedure for Granting Patents
  3. Grant of Patent -Rights and Liabilities of Patentee-Restoration of lapsed Patents – Surrender and Revocation of Patents
  4. Authorities under the Patent Act- Registrar of Patents- Controller General
  5. Patent Infringement- Remedies

Module 03 The Trade Marks Act 1999 :
  1. Legal Framework of Trademarks in India –An Over view
  2. Meaning and Definition of Trade Marks -Types -Individual and Collective Trade Marks
  3. Conditions and Procedure for Registration of Trade Marks
  4. Rights and Liabilities of Trade Mark Owner- Content of Rights—Exhaustion of Rights—Protection Mechanism
  5. Contemporary Developments - Domain Names and Effects of Information Technology

Module 04 The Designs Act 2000 :
  1. Historical background of law of Designs in India
  2. Meaning and Definition of Designs
  3. Procedure for registration of Designs
  4. Rights and Liabilities of registered Design owners
  5. Copyright in Registered Designs
  6. Piracy of Registered Design and Remedial mechanism

Syllabus Of Law of Contract II

Module 01 Contracts of Indemnity - Sections 124-125 of the Indian Contract Act 1872 :
  1. Principle of indemnity in general
  2. Definition of the contract of indemnity
  3. Formation and essential features
  4. Purpose of the contract of indemnity, and its use in facilitating and supporting transactions
  5. Nature and extent of liability of the indemnified
  6. Commencement of liability of the indemnified
  7. Examples: Indemnity for issuing duplicate share certificate, or bank deposit receipt; Indemnity by owner of a plot of land to a local authority as condition for grant of commencement certificate for construction; Indemnity clause in a contract between a publisher and the printer; Indemnity clause in a sale deed of land supporting assurance of title given by the seller
  8. Distinction between an indemnity, a warranty and a representation

Module 02 Contracts of Guarantee - Sections 126 to 147 of the Indian Contract Act 1872 :
  1. Definition of a contract of guarantee
  2. Formation and essentials features of a contract of guarantee. Parties to the contract; effect of minority of principal debtor
  3. Contract of guarantee as distinguished from a contract of indemnity
  4. Consideration for a contract of guarantee
  5. Continuing guarantee, and its revocation
  6. Nature and extent of surety's liability. Its commencement, duration and termination
  7. Surety’s rights against the principal debtor
  8. Surety’s rights against the creditor
  9. Special position of a surety: a privileged debtor
  10. Circumstances that discharge a surety. Contracting out of such discharge.
  11. Letters of credit and bank guarantees
  12. Co-surety and manner of sharing liabilities and rights

Module 03 Contracts of Bailment - Sections 71, 148-171, 180-181 of the Indian Contract Act 1872 :
  1. Definition of a contract of bailment
  2. Formation and essential features of a contract of bailment. Parties to the contract
  3. Creation of a contract of bailment. Obligations of bailment despite contract Gratuitous bailments
  4. Examples of contracts of bailment: for benefit of bailor, for benefit of bailee
  5. Kinds of bailees Rights, duties, disabilities and liabilities: of a bailor of a bailee vis-à-vis the bailor of a bailee vis-à-vis the third parties, and the tr ue owner Termination of bailment, and consequences of termination Finder of goods as a bailee

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Banking And Insurance Law

Constutional Law I

Family Law II

Intellectual Property Rights II

Law Of Contract II

Media And Law

Penology And Victimology

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