P.R.R Law College

Aspirants of Legal profession choose either to join industry or set up their own practice. The curriculum puts significant emphasis on the ability of the student to have an integrated view of the law and apply them to the real life situations. It lays emphasis on taking decisions and developing focused education combined with practical exposure to create value to the students coming out of academics. It aims at developing students into effective legal professionals. The attributes that are ingrained in them are knowledge, skills, values and attitudes.

Padala Rama Reddi Law College was established in the year 1988, under the Chairmanship of Hon'ble Justice T.L.N. Reddy, with affiliation from Osmania University and approval from Bar Council of India and Government of Andhra Pradesh. The College situated in the Metropolitan City of HYDERABAD, has the distinction of being the first private law college under Osmania University, is located at Yellareddyguda and is a few minutes walk from Ameerpet crossroads.

The main objectives behind the establishment of the college were to impart quality legal education and to promote the knowledge of law among masses. The college is also promoting the skills of advocacy among the law students and research scholars so as to serve the society with a sense of responsibility while providing legal services, making legislation and suggesting law reforms.

The College has completed more than two decades of glorious service in the field of academics. The College, affiliated to the Osmania University has gathered the reputation and social recognition over the years as an institution second to none, a fact that is more than adequately proven by commendable performance of our students at all walks of life.

The Law programmes are approved by Bar Council of India, Govt. of Andhra Pradesh and are run under the curriculum of Osmania University, The programmes are carefully designed and updated by the university keeping in view the changing needs of industry and society. Upon successful completion of the programme, the degree is awarded by Osmania University.

Admission Procedure

LL.B – 3 years

The LL.B. 3-Year Degree fulltime regular Course is offered through semester system to the students admitted as prescribed by the Bar Council of India. A candidate for admission to LL.B. semester course has to qualify at the LL.B. Common Entrance Examination (LAWCET) for that academic year. The candidates will be admittedly strict in accordance with the merit secured at the entrance examination, keeping in view the Rules in force in respect of statutory reservation of seats under various categories of candidate. 20% of eligible candidates can be admitted through Institutional level admission process.

Eligibility
A graduate with any discipline who must have passed the qualifying examination (10+2+3) or equivalent in a regular course are eligible to take up admission in LL.B programme.

Semester - I
1

Contracts – I

2

Family Law –I

3

Law of Torts and Consumer Protection

4

Constitutional Law- I

5

Environmental Law including Laws for protection of Wild Life and living Creatures.

Semester – II
1

Contracts-II

2

Family Law – II

3

Constitutional Law - II

4

Law of Crimes

5

Law of Evidence

Semester-III
1

Jurisprudence

2

lAW of Property

3

Administrative Law

4

Company Law

5

Labour Law-I

Semester-IV
1

Labour Law-II

2

Public International Law

3

Interpretation of Statutes

4

Land Laws

5

Intellectual Property Law

Semester – V
1

Civil Procedure Code and Law of Limitation

2

Criminal Procedure Code and Juvenile Justice etc.

3

Law Of Banking And Negotiable Instruments

4

Alternate Dispute Resolution

5

Professional Ethics And Professional Accounting System

Semester - VI
1

Law of Taxation

2

Information Technology Law

3

Optional : (A) Law Relating To Women (B) Human Righs Law
(C) Law Of Investments And Securities

4

Practical Paper : Drafting,Pleadings and Conveyancing.

5

Moot Courts, Observation of Trails, Pre-Trail Preparations and Internship

   

Admission Procedure

LL.B – 5 years

The LL.B. 5-Year Degree fulltime regular Course is offered through semester system to the students admitted as prescribed by the Bar Council of India. A candidate for admission to LL.B. semester course has to qualify at the LL.B. Common Entrance Examination (LAWCET) for that academic year. The candidates will be admittedly strict in accordance with the merit secured at the entrance examination, keeping in view the Rules in force in respect of statutory reservation of seats under various categories of candidate. 20% of eligible candidates can be admitted through Institutional level admission process.

Eligibility
A candidate must have passed the qualifying examination of Intermediate level (10+2) or equivalent in a regular course is eligible to join LL.B – 5 years programme.

Semester - I
1

English – I

2

History

3

Political Science - I

4

Legal language and Legal Writing

5

History of Courts, Legislatures and Legal Profession in India

Semester – II
1

English-II

2

Political Science – II

3

Psychology

4

Law of Torts

5

Consumer Protection Law

Semester-III
1

Sociology-I

2

Political Science-III

3

Economics-I

4

Law of Contracts-I

5

Family Law-I

Semester-IV
1

Sociology - II

2

Economics – II

3

Environmental Studies

4

Law of Contracts - II

5

Family Law- II (Muslim Law And Other Personal Law)

Semester – V
1

Criminal Law-I

2

Constitutional Law – I

3

Corporate Law – I

4

Environmental Law

5

Law of Evidence

Semester - VI
1

Criminal Law -II

2

Constitutional Law - II

3

Corporate Law - II

4

Jurisprudence

5

Law Of Property

Semester - VII
1

Labour Law- I

2

Public International Law

3

Administrative Law

4

Law of Insurance

5

Intellectual Property Law

Semester - VIII
1

Labour Law – II

2

Interpretation Of Statutes – II

3

Private International Law – II

4

Land Laws

5

Citizenship And Imigration Law

Semester – IX
1

Civil Procedure Code and Law of Limitation

2

Criminal Procedure Code and Juvenile Justice etc.

3

Law of Banking & Negotiable Instruments

4

Alternate Dispute Resolution

5

Professional Ethics & Professional Accounting System

Semester – X
1

Law of Taxation

2

Information Technology Act

3

Optional (A) Law Relating To Women (B) Human Rights Law

4

Practical Training: Drafting, Pleadings and Conveyancing.

5

Practical Training: Moot Courts, Pre-Trial Preparation and Participation in Trial Proceedings and Internships

Admission Procedure

LL.M - 2 years

LL.M. is a two years Masters Degree programme full time regular course offered through semester system with specialization. A candidate for admission to LL.M. Semester Course has to qualify at the LL.M. Entrance Examination conducted by the Osmania University for that academic year.The candidates will be admitted strictly in accordance with the merit secured at the entrance examination, keeping in view the Rules in force in respect of the statutory reservation of seats under categories of candidates.

Eligibility
A candidate who has completed and passed their LL.B course is eligible for taking up admission in LL.M programme.
P.R.R College of Law offers LL.M with Constitutional Law and LL.M with Corporate Law specializations. The fourth semester of this curriculum comprises of research on the contemporary issues and generates new legislatures. A thesis of the research work will be submitted by each student at the end of the course.

Syllabus
LL.M Constitutional Law

Semester - I
1

Schools of Jurisprudence and Theories of Law

2

Indian Constitutional Law-I

Semester – II
1

Indian Constitutional Law – The New Challenges

2

Indian Constitutional Law-II

3

Comparative Constitutional Law-I

Semester – III
1

Comparative Constitutional Law – II

2

Administrative Law

Semester- IV
1

Legal Research Methodology

2

Dissertation


Syllabus – LL.M Corporate Law
Semester - I
1

School of Jurisprudence and theories of law

2

Law of Contracts

Semester – II
1

Indian Constitutional Law – The New Challenges

2

Corporate & Securities Law

3

Law of Insurance & Carriage

Semester – III
1

Law of Banking & Negotiable Instruments

2

Law of Contracts relating to IPR, ADR & Cyber Laws

Semester- IV
1

Legal Research Methodology

2

Dissertation