The objective of the programme is to produce well-trained and professionally competent professionals imbibed with the knowledge and capability to face the dynamic and increasing challenges of the professionals today.
LLB programme is designed to meet the changing demands on law graduates. It is devised by benchmarking against the law programmes offered by the best law schools in the world and has a number of features to ensure the competitiveness of our graduates.
Teaching of the new curriculum will be largely problem-based and be conducted in a small group, student centered environment. Apart from legal knowledge, the curriculum will also focus on transferable skills such as communicative skills, analytical skills, research skills and problem solving skills.
PDM is a place for people who love ideas that make a difference in the world. PDM is alive with thinking, research, and advocacy. We address law’s interaction with public policy, ethics, business, information and human needs and perceptions. We invite close analysis of institutions, rules, and practices—and also of their potentially unintended consequences in people’s lives. Fundamentally, our community of Faculty, Staff and Students advance law and justice in service of society.
Our Law programme is structured on a flexible and diverse system to receive a well-rounded education while maintaining high academic standards. Our teaching is stimulating, thought provoking and challenging. We combine traditional lectures and tutorials with advanced learning resources.
The curriculum is broad-based and covers the topics and emerging subjects crucial to the future of society. The department endeavors to foster independent learning and motivate the students to grow as creative thinkers, learners and collaborators.
During the course of study, students get a number of option modules that would enable them to select special topics according to their interests and career aspirations.
There are a plethora of opportunities for a law graduate. One can either practice as an advocate in a court of law or work with corporate firms. By clearing exams conducted by Public Service Commissions, a law graduate can become a judge. After gaining experience, a law graduate become Solicitor General, a Public Prosecutor or offer services to government departments, ministries and private sectors. One can also work as a legal adviser for various organisations. Teaching in colleges, working with NGOs and working as a reporter for newspapers and television channels are other attractive options.
- Above 95 % aggregate marks in qualifying exam; 100 % on Tuition fee
- 90 % to 94.99 % aggregate marks in qualifying exam; 50 % on Tuition fee
- 85 % to 89.99 % aggregate marks in qualifying exam; 20 % on Tuition fee
- 80 % to 84.99 % aggregate marks in qualifying exam; 15 % on Tuition fee
- 75 % to 79.99 % aggregate marks in qualifying exam; 10 % on Tuition fee
- 65 % to 74.99 % aggregate marks in qualifying exam; 5 % on Tuition fee
* Other Academic Charges includes Development Fund, Examination Fee, Alumni Fee etc.