|Course||Specialization||Duration||Eligibility||Intake||First Year Fee||Subs. Year Fee|
|L.L.M.||–||1 Year||Bachelor of Laws||30||75,000/-||–|
|Course||Specialization||Duration||Eligibility||Intake||First Year Fee||Second Year Fee||Third Year Fee||Fourth Year Fee||Fifth Year Fee|
|B.B.A., L.L.B. (Integrated)||L.L.B. (Integrated)||5 Years||10+2 in any stream||60||35,000/-||35,000/-||35,000/-||55,000/-||55,000/-|
|L.L.B.||–||3 Years||Graduate in any stream||60||35,000/-||35,000/-||35,000/-||–||–|
Knowledge of Law is essential in every walk of life because the social set up of any country is built and regulated by some norms of behaviour from the very beginning of social life which are either codified in legislative enactments or judicial precedents or social customs. Every action of an individual, society, any association or organization is regulated and controlled by several kinds of legislation. Law is the king of kings and rules the state also. Although knowledge of every piece of legislation is not possible but intricate knowledge of philosophical aspects of law is essential, as every resident of a nation is bound to have the knowledge of the law of the land because the latin maxim speaks – ignorantia legas non excusat (ignorance of law is no excuse) imparting legal education by educational institutions is an attempt to this end.