- Research Methods and Legal Writing
- Comparative Public Law
- Corporate Governance
- Intellectual Property Law
- Banking and Insurance Law
The programme is committed to providing meaningful education including all-round development of the student, through a wide range of academic, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities, which reaches far beyond the conventional classroom experience. The students can choose to specialise in constitutional law or commercial law.
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Candidates should have passed any Law degree LLB with 45% marks in aggregate (40% reserved category) from any Recognised University in India. Candidates should have also taken either of CLAT/LSAT/ CMRUAT entrance exams and possess a valid score.