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Mohammad Abdul Bari Institute of Juridical Science

Mohammad Abdul Bari Institute of Juridical Science

Established : 2008
Type : Co-Education
President : --
Principal / Teacher-in-Charge : MR. Abdul Kalam Biswas
Former Name : Abdul Bari Institute of Juridical Science
Location : Murshidabad
Affiliation(s) : University of Kalyani
Category : Undergraduate
Accreditation / Recognition : Bar Council of India (BCI)
Department(s) : B.A.LL.B.
Admission Information
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Courses Offered

5 Years Integrated B.A. LL.B (Honours)

A law student is different from the students pursuing other courses in many ways, for after stepping out of the law school he has to shoulder the responsibility of assisting the justice delivery system and also has to earn his livelihood without resorting to any means unbecoming of a responsible Officer of the Court. Law degree has little to do with one’s potential to become a good lawyer. And if the ever increasing crowd of average lawyers is any indication at all, the standard of legal education in India is not exactly rising at the same rate as expected, given the massive strides in other areas. Legal profession is not just one of the most lucrative career choices but is also a profession where one deals directly with the life, liberty and reputation of individuals.The piling up of cases in the courts across the country has a lot to do with unfilled vacancies in the judiciary, but it has also something to do with small number of lawyers capable of handling complex cases despite the fact that courts are teeming with law graduates. The first and foremost challenge of a law school is to train a law student right so as to prepare him for the world of law, justice, courtrooms and now what they call legal industry. The teaching and training part is handled by each institution in its way, and we do it in our own way. The Institute aims to provide quality legal education and to produce talented law professionals.

Course Duration - 5 years [Divided in to 10 half yearly semesters]

Degree Awarded - Five Year Integrated B.A. LL.B. (Honours)

Semester-wise Course Design
First Semester 1.1 English – I
1.2 Political Science-I
1.3 Economics-I
1.4 Sociology-I
1.5 Law of Torts
1.6 Law of Contract-I
Second Semester 2.1 English – II
2.2 Political Science-II
2.3 Economics-II
2.4 Sociology-II
2.5 Law of Contract-II
2.6 Family Law-I
Third Semester 3.1 English – III
3.2 Political Science-III
3.3 Economics-III
3.4 Sociology-III
3.5 Family Law-II
3.6 Honors Paper-I (Land Laws, including Tenure & Tenancy System)
Forth Semester 4.1 Political Science-IV
4.2 Environmental Law
4.3 Law of Crimes Paper-I – Indian Penal Code
4.4 Law of Crimes Paper-II – C. R.P.C.
4.5 Labour and Industrial Law-I
4.6 Honors Paper-II (Offences against Child & Juvenile Offence)
Fifth Semester 5.1 Political Science-V
5.2 Constitutional Law-I
5.3 Labour and Industrial Law-II
5.4 Jurisprudence (Legal Method, Indian Legal System and Basic Theory of Law).
5.5 Honors Paper-III (Health Law)
5.6 Optional Paper-I (Local Self Government including Panchayat Administration)
Sixth Semester 6.1 Political Science-VI
6.2 Constitutional Law-II
6.3 Company Law
6.4 Honors Paper-IV (Human Rights Law & Practice)
6.5 Optional Paper-II(Gender Justice & Feminist jurisprudence)
Seventh Semester 7.1 Civil Procedure Code -I
7.2 Property Law
7.3 Honors Paper-V (Corporate Governance)
7.4 Optional Paper-III (Interpretation of Statutes and Principles of Legislation)
7.5 Clinical Paper-I (Drafting, Pleading and Conveyance)
Eighth Semester 8.1 Civil Procedure Code -II
8.2 Public International Law
8.3 Honors Paper-VI (Information Technology Law)
8.4 Optional Paper-IV (Banking Law)
8.5 Clinical Paper-II (Professional Ethics and Professional System)
Ninth Semester 9.1 Law of Evidence
9.2 Principles of Taxation
9.3 Honors Paper-VII (IPR Management)
9.4 Optional Paper-V (Private International Law)
9.5 Clinical Paper-III (Alternate Dispute Resolution)
Tenth Semester 10.1 Administrative Law
10.2 Honors Paper-VIII (International Trade Economics)
10.3 Optional Paper-VI (Penology and Victomology)
10.4 Clinical Paper-IV (Moot Court Exercise and Internship)

Admission Information

Educational Qualification

A candidate is required to have passed the Higher Secondary (10+2) or its equivalent examination securing not less than 45% marks for General Candidates and 40% marks for SC/ST/OBC Candidates in the aggregate.

Note: Candidates who have appeared in HS (10+2) or its equivalent examination may also seek admission. However, the admission of such candidate shall be cancelled if after admission it appears that he/she has failed to secure 45% marks for General Candidates and 40% marks for SC/ST/OBC Candidates.

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Facilities Offered

  • »  Well Constructed Campus
  • »  Library
  • »  Computer & Internet Facility
  • »  Hostel & Residential Facilities
  • »  English Classes
  • »  Sports Facilities
  • »  Minority & Other Scholarship and Educational Loans

Mohammad Abdul Bari Institute of Juridical Science (MABIJS) is located in Domkal, Murshidabad, West Bengal. It has been established by Maniknagar Social Welfare Society in 2008 and is affiliated to University of Kalyani. This law college is approved by Bar Council of India (BCI), and recognized by the State Government. MABIJS aims to provide quality legal education and to produce talented law professionals. The law college offers integrated law programme, that is, B.A.LL.B., which is of five years duration. The Institute has well furnished itself with all the basic and modern facilities so as to offer a learning environment to its students. The vision of the institution is to make legal luminaries who will not establish themselves within India but also outside India. The law graduates will be exposed to the wide range of opportunities in legal profession across the globe.

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