Department of Law/A.Y. 2020-21
DL 103 Law and Justice in a Globalised World
Vikramaditya .NARESH WAGHMARE

DL 103 Law and Justice in a Globalised World

Objectives:

To give a clear understanding of scope, nature and function of Law. An understanding of

nature and working of authoritative sources of law in development of legal system. An

analysis of legal concepts in context of social developments and changing economic and

political attitudes and an appreciation of the purpose of law, and its relationship to ethics and

justice. The course aims developing insights into the juristic foundations of a legal system

and understanding of the law as it exists and its functions in society.

DL 108 Principles of Criminal Law
NARESH WAGHMARE

DL 108 Principles of Criminal Law

DL- 104: Principles of Administrative Law (Credits 3) OR


Objectives:

With the emergence of a State as a welfare institution its administration and

administrative law have become all pervading feature across the world. The aim of this

course is to study the structure, governance, organization, powers and function of public

authorities in India. The expansion of the powers of the state necessitates to undertake a

scrutiny of its various functions; Legislative, executive as well as judiciary. Indian

Administrative law is essentially a judge made law and therefore students are expected to be

familiar and acquainted with the development of the subject.

DL- 107: Health law
Jyoti Bhakare

DL- 107: Health law

This course seeks to explore various areas of the law that deal with creating and maintaining and regulating ‘health.’ It incorporates broad theoretical basis behind the relationship between law and healthcare services. The course aims to give comprehensive and practical approach to the students to make them aware of the developments in medical sciences, to explore various issues and to enable them to be equipped to face the recent challenges raised by the modern issues in contemporary era.

DL 101: Research Methodology and Legal Writing
Durgambini Patel

DL 101: Research Methodology and Legal Writing

The main objective of this course is to acquaint the student of law with the scientific method of social science research. This course is expected to provide the knowledge of the technique of selection, collection and interpretation of primary and secondary data in socio-legal research. Emphasis would be laid on practical perspective in conducting research in this course.

DL 104 Principles of Administrative Law
NARESH WAGHMARE

DL 104 Principles of Administrative Law

DL- 104: Principles of Administrative Law (Credits 3) 


Objectives:

With the emergence of a State as a welfare institution its administration and

administrative law have become all pervading feature across the world. The aim of this

course is to study the structure, governance, organization, powers and function of public

authorities in India. The expansion of the powers of the state necessitates to undertake a

scrutiny of its various functions; Legislative, executive as well as judiciary. Indian

Administrative law is essentially a judge made law and therefore students are expected to be

familiar and acquainted with the development of the subject.

DL- 105: Corporate Finance
Jyoti Bhakare

DL- 105: Corporate Finance

In view of globalization and liberalization, there is a compelling pressure on the nation states to raise their economies substantially. However, since many of the developing nations are not able to meet the requirements of the old economy, they started opening their economies in order to encourage the corporate sector to bail the economies. Hence it became an important aspect that corporate finance plays a very vital role in various aspects of the development of a nation. Hence, this paper introduces to the student the various nuances of corporate finance and the legal implications.