BISHOP COTTON WOMEN’S CHRISTIAN LAW COLLEGE  BENGALURU

Recognized by Government of Karnataka / Approved by Bar Council of India / Affiliated to Karnataka State Law University /
Managed by Karnataka Central Diocese of the Church of South India
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Bishop Cotton Women’s Christian Law College

No: 19, 3rd Cross,
C. S. I. Compound,
Mission Road,
Bangalore - 560 027.
Tel    : +91 80 2212 1898
Fax   : +91 80 2248 5542
Email :  bcwclc2002@gmail.com
 
 
 Our Courses
Bishop Cotton Women's Christian Law College offers Undergraduate law courses. The laudable aim of this institution is to provide qualitative and fruitful education to the students by offering modernised teaching and training, by undertaking valuable research programmes .
5 year BBA.LL.B 3 year LL.B
   
Semester I
  1. English
  2. Business Environment
  3. Elements of Research
  4. Managerial Economics
Semester 2
  1. Kannada/Special English
  2. Financial Accounting
  3. Principles & Practice of Management
Semester 3
  1. Economic Development in India
  2. Entrepreneurship development
  3. Business Communications
  4. Cost & Management Accounting
Semester 4
  1. Human Resources Management- Industrial relations
  2. Business Statistics
  3. Financial Management
  4. International Business
Semester 5
  1. Constitutional Law
  2. Law of Contracts - I
  3. Law of Torts
  4. Family Law –I Hindu Law
  5. Criminal Law – I Indian Penal Code
Semester 6
  1. Law of Contracts - II
  2. Company Law
  3. Law of Property andTrust Act
  4. Family Law – II
  5. Administrative Law
  6. Mohammedan Law & Indian Succession Act
Semester 7
  1. Jurisprudence
  2. Labour Laws
  3. Environmental Law
  4. Criminal Law –II
  5. Criminal procedure code,
    Juvenile Justice Act and
    Probation of  offenders Act
  6. Clinical Course – I
  7. Professional Ethics and Professional Accounting System
Semester 8
  1. Public International Law
  2. Optional-I Human Rights Law and
    Practice/ Insurance Law
  3. Optional –II Banking Law/
    Right to information Act
  4. Clinical Course –II
    Alternative Dispute Resolution Systems
Semester 9
  1. Civil Procedure Code & Limitation Act
  2. Optional –III
    Intellectual Property Rights –I/
    Penology and victimology
  3. Optional –IV
    Interpretation of Statutes &
    Principles of Legislation/
    Competition Act
  4. Clinical Course –III
    Drafting of Pleading & Conveyance
Semester 10
  1. Law of Evidence
  2. Law of Taxation
  3. Optional- V
    Intellectual Property Rights-II/
    White Collar Crimes
  4. Optional – VI
    Land Laws/Law relating to
    International Trade Economics
  5. Clinical Course –IV
    Moot Court Exercise & Internship
Semester 1
  1. Constitutional Law
  2. Law of Contracts - I
  3. Law of Torts
  4. Family Law –I Hindu Law
  5. Criminal Law – I Indian Penal Code
Semester 2
  1. Law of Contracts - II
  2. Company Law
  3. Law of Property andTrust Act
  4. Administrative Law
  5. Family Law – II
    Mohammedan Law & Indian Succession Act
Semester3
  1. Jurisprudence
  2. Labour Laws
  3. Environmental Law
  4. Criminal Law –II
    Criminal procedure code,
    Juvenile Justice Act andProbation of  offenders Act
  5. Clinical Course – I
    Professional Ethics and
    Professional AccountingSystem
 Semester 4
  1. Public International Law
  2. Optional-I Human Rights
    Law and Practice/Insurance Law
  3. Optional –II Banking Law / Right to information Act
  4. Clinical Course –II
    Alternative Dispute Resolution Systems
 Semester 5
  1. Civil Procedure Code & Limitation Act
  2. Optional –III
    Intellectual Property Rights –I/
    White Collar Crimes
  3. Optional –IV
    Interpretation of Statutes &
    Principles of Legislation/Competition Act
  4. Clinical Course –III
    Drafting of Pleading &
    Conveyance
 Semester 6
  1. Law of Evidence
  2. Law of Taxation
  3. Optional- V
    Intellectual Property Rights-II/
    White Collar Crimes
  4. Optional – VI
    Land Laws / Law relating to
    International Trade Economics
  5. Clinical Course –IV
    Moot Court Exercise &Internship
 
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Syllabus & Scheme of Examination
Syllabus

The syllabus shall be prescribed by the University from time to time. The University shall periodically review the syllabus and recommend such changes as it is considers necessary.

Scheme of Examination

There shall be an examination at the end of each semester. The examination in each paper shall be for a maximum of one hundred marks and three hours duration. Rules and Regulations of the college are available in the student’s hand Book.

The college will hold one Mid Semester Examination, One or Two Revision Tests and One Model Examination per semester for all students before the University examination.
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