PROGRAM OUTCOME (PO)
PO 1:Apply knowledge and understanding of principles and concepts of law and other allied disciplines in legal practice (Disciplinary Knowledge).
PO 2: Critical Analysis: Display effective communication skills by preparing case briefs, drafting complex legal documents, and putting forth arguments to win the case; personable, persuasive and polite to the clients (Communication Skills).
PO 3: Legal Consultation and Aid: Analyze and evaluate evidence, arguments, claims and beliefs objectively and scientifically using inductive reasoning abilities (Critical Thinking).
PO 4: Modern Tool Usage: Applying knowledge and skills to solve different kinds of real-life situations and problems by thinking outside the box, especially non-familiar and complex ones (Problem- Solving).
PO 5: Law and Society: Ability to analyze and examine set of facts or circumstances, identify flaws, infer truth from given facts using knowledge, skills and deductive reasoning ability (Analytical Reasoning).
PO 6: Able to read large amount of information, identify what is relevant, absorbing facts and figures, analyzing material, doing background work on a case, drafting legal documents and advising clients on complicated issues (Research-related Skills).
PO 7: Fostering a close working relationship and collaboration with colleagues and people from varied background and from different walks of life, able to working as part of a team with people from all levels of the legal hierarchy (Cooperation/Team Work).
PO 8: Demonstrating proficiency in using email; common office software for the purpose of drafting documents, creating presentations or posters; build a database or creating project plan, online communication tools and making use of AI and Blockchain technologies to perform various legal tasks (Digital Literacy).
PO 9:Able to work independently, identify appropriate resources required for a project, and manage project through to completion (Self-Directed Learning).
PO 10:Embrace moral/ethical values in conducting one’s life, avoiding unethical behaviours and adopting professional, objective, unbiased and truthful actions in all aspects of work (Moral and Ethical Awareness).
PO 11: Lead a team or an organization, setting direction, formulating an inspiring vision and building a team which can help achieve the vision.
Curriculum & Syllabus
CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS
MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE EARNED: 173
|CATEGORY||COURSE TITLE||HOURS PER WEEK||CREDITS|
|Core||Law of Torts including Consumer|
Protection Act and Motor Vehicles Act
|Core||Law of Contracts – I including|
Specific Relief Act
|Core||Law of Crimes||4||0||0||4|
|Core||Human Rights Law and Practice||4||0||0||4|
|Core||Legal and Constitutional History of|
|SEC||Using of Law Reporters and|
|Program||Eligibility||Criteria for Merit|
|LL.B||A pass in UG degree in recognized University|
Age : As per norms of BCI
|Merit based on Vels Entrance Examination Score and Merit based on percentage of marks secured in the qualifying examination|
- Civil Judge
- Legal Analyst
- Company Secretary
- All sectors require law graduates
I did my LLB course in Vels Law School. It was an enriching experience for three years for me and my batch mates. The teachers take all the necessary measure to infuse thoughtful insights beyond the syllabus. Assignments and seminar in each course give us a lot of exposure which has helped me in my profession, both while researching for cases as well as while arguing in the court. I thank VISTAS management and my teachers for shaping my destiny.
Advocate, High Court of Madras
|Tuition Fee Per Year||Administration Fee||Registration Fee||Misc. |
|Skill Enhancement Fee |
|Exam Fee |
|At the time of admission||Even Sem|