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Posted Date: 08-Jul-2008  Last Updated:   Category: General Admissions    
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RULET 2008
Five Year Degree B.A., LL.B.
(Integrated Course) Self Finance Scheme
(Session 2008-2009)
A Course with all modern teaching techniques
and modern courses
Seats : 80 + 5 for NRI Last date to submit application July 5, 2008
Date of Entrance Test : July 13, 2008 Entrance Test Fee : Rs. 1000/-
Eligibility : 10+2 (XII) with atleast 50% marks (For SC/ST 45%).
Age Limit : Maximum 21 years on July 1, 2008.
Course Fee : Rs. 30,000/- (for NRI equivalent to US $ 3750) each Semester.
How to apply : Downloaded application form from the University website
from June 16, 2008.
Submission : Print out/down-load online application form to be submitted alongwith a D.D. of Rs. 1000/-
drawn in the favour of “Director, Five Year Law Course, University of Rajasthan, Jaipur” payable at
Jaipur. Incomplete form without entrance fee will not be entertained. Forms received after July 5, 2008
will be rejected without any correspondence.
Reservation : As per University rules (SC-16%; ST-12%; OBC-21%)
Test will be held in Jaipur on July 13, 2008 between 9.00 a.m. to 11.00 a.m.
The Admission test paper shall be of multiple choice questions. The questions shall comprise test of
language ability, legal reasoning, aptitude of learning, general knowledge, general science and social
studies. Sample questions will be made available on the website.
The admissions would be on the basis of this Entrance Test and a personal interview of successful
candidates of the written test. Candidates who have cleared RULET,2007 may directly apply for
interview upto 13th July, 2008.
Application form must reach by Registered post/Speed post at the following address :
Director, Five Year Law Course,
Department of Law,
University of Rajasthan, Jaipur -302055 Phone : 0141-2711169

Scheme of Integrated Law Course
(B.A., LL.B.)

The traditional legal education based on class room teaching of law courses for three years span course has made lot of efforts to cater to the demands of the society. The emerging challenges of socio-economic needs, information communication and technological advancements, growing dominance of business-technology-law relationship and quality conscious legal profession has developed the need for a legal education system which is revamped and upgraded by adopting futuristic context and having a dynamic quality improvement approaches to ensure that standard of legal education and research become nationally useful and acceptable.
A paradigm shift is needed from the current rather inflexible disciplinary to dynamic innovative multidisciplinary and holistic system approach to integrate different kinds of business, arts, commerce and technologies in the knowledge delivery and acquisition. The students would gain through practical court internships, hands-on-experience and exposure to business, commerce and academic atmosphere. Virtual libraries, digital courseware and interactive multimedia-based programs are to play important role, alongwith existing in-class system of delivery of legal training.
This will be through a continued evaluation system of the students in theory papers, moot courts, mock Parliaments, seminars, conference, debates and project presentations. Looking to the needs of the society, there is inclusion of legal research also. In this legal education delivery system, the teacher will have to learn to become technology-based promoter of court knowledge considering the modern legal requirements.
The needs of the modern business, commerce and industry are to be addressed by the law. The legal professional teaching is to cope with the requirements of the developed industrialized society though study of insurance law, transport laws, cyber and intellectual property laws, while fulfilling the age old demands of constitutional law, family law, criminal law, and service law and employer-employee relationships. The Jurisprudential concepts of a modern lawyer must have the knowledge of Indian agricultural laws in it’s engulf. All these requirements could only be addressed by providing a continuous socio-legal education though Integrated Law Courses for not less than five years training and education. The course content of the course is a step in this direction.

Integrated B.A., LL.B. Law Course
Design of Integrated courses

Integrated Law Course design leading to degree of B.A., LL.B. will comprise of 10 (Ten) semesters and shall be in two parts. Part I of two years (4 semesters) and Part II of three years (6 semesters).
Part I of B.A., LL.B. shall be having 24 courses - 9 compulsory papers as required by BCI; 11 papers of humanities stream of graduate level and four of Law.
Part II of B.A., LL.B. shall be having 36 courses - 21 compulsory papers, 3 optional papers and 4 procedural as required by BCI, and four additional law papers and four papers (one for Preliminary Legal Research and Methodology and three small dissertations i.e. one each year).
An integrated degree of B.A., LL.B. shall be conferred after completion of 5 years Integrated Law Course.


The qualification required for admission to 5 years integrated law course is 10+2 with 50% marks in aggregate. The admissions shall be strictly on the basis of rank in entrance test followed by an interview 30% marks.
The applicant should not be more than 21 years of the age on Ist July in the year in which admission is sought (e.g. for the academic year 2008-09 the age should be less than 21 years on Ist July, 2008)

The syllabus for each course has been divided into seven Modules, each module having two parts. Each part of the Module is to be discussed in one week. It is subject to the alternation by the Director.


The weekly holiday may be on any other day than Sunday, to adjust extension lectures on Sundays of some Judge or senior advocate for the benefit of the students and hold weekly moot court, or seminar, or conference, or debate by the teachers and the students in the classes. There would be weekly class tests on one working day in each subject relating to the part of the syllabus taught in the week.
Summer (upto 30 days)/winter (upto 10 days) training will be arranged by attachment of students with advocates with a requirement of a Project report to be submitted thereafter.
Minimum 10 latest reported case law to be discussed in each law subject, to be given by the teacher concerned at the commencement of each semester. These would be deemed to be part of the syllabus.

Evaluation System :
Each course will be of 10 Marks.

20 marks shall be based on the result of weekly tests.
20 marks shall be based on one written project in each subject (10 marks) and Moot courts, seminars, conferences and debate etc. organized each week in the class and the conduct of the student during the term (10 marks). The assignment for the project on a given problem shall be given by the teacher concerned at the beginning of the semester and students are expected to write the same within the prescribed time frame. The modalities of assignment will be decided by the teacher.
10 marks shall be based on the prescribed case law study during the semester
50 marks shall be assigned for End Term Examination of a comprehensive nature conducted at the end of semester. The modality of question paper of the End term examination will be decided by the teacher and informed to the students by the faculty.
A Candidate to be successful has to obtain a minimum 50% marks or the grade equivalent to.

The students shall be required to put in a minimum attendance of 75% of the lectures in each of the subjects as also at the moot courts, seminars and related courses work assignment in said course. The Vice-Chancellor may give a relaxation to appear in the End term examination with a minimum of 66% of attendance in each subject on sufficient reason given to his satisfaction.

Provided that in exceptional cases for reasons to be recorded, the Director may condone attendance short of those required by this rule, if the student has attended 66% of the lectures in the aggregate for the semester.

Rs.30,000/- per semester.
For NRI students $3750 (US)

The medium of instruction shall be English only.


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