LLM PART-1 LEGAL THEORY PAPER-I TIME: 3.00 HRS. MM.70 Attempt any five questions. 1. What is the controversy of hart fuller & devlin about morality. 2. Critically analyse the view of Austin about the sovereign/ 3. Discuss in detail about the custom as a source of law. Whether custom can become the law 4. What is the Hindu concept of law. Analyse the status of a familyt changing into contract and again changing of contract to status. 5. Critically analyse the concept of social engineering if Roscoe Pound. Discuss the Jural Postulates of Roscos poung. 6. Discuss legislation. Obiter Dicta of the Supreme Court is binding on the other court of the country. Explain 7. Describe the historical school of juris prudence and critically criticize the short coming of the school. 8. What is the difference between possession and ownership. Discuss the theories of possession of various jurits. LLM PART-1 LEGISLATION-PRINCIPLES-METHOD AND INTERPRATATION PAPER-II TIME: 3.00 HRS. MM.70 Attempt any five questions. 1. discuss the pleasure of pain theory of Bentham, Analyze the theory in context with the Indian approach. 2. What the Intrinsic modes of interpretation. 3. What is the currents of public opinion and the discuss any legislation in India with an against public opinion. Whether in such situation the public or the legislation prevails. 4. What is the three rules of interpretation. Discuss the rules with respect of Indian point of view. 5. What are the various theories of legilation. Discuss in detail. 6. What are the underlying principles of modern legislation. Discuss anyh principle in detail. 7. What are the rules of interpretation of Pheal statutes and the Toxing laws. What is the difference in interpretation of civil and criminal law 8. What is the parliamentary practice in England. Whether the public opinion takes the recourse of the parliamentary practice. LLM PART-1 CONSTITUTION OF INDIA PAPER-IV TIME: 3.00 HRS. MM.70 Attempt any five questions. 1. What is the basic structure theory critically examin the case of Keshwanand Bharti v/s State of Keral AIR 1973 SC 146 2. What is the relationship of the President and the council of ministers. Does the council of ministers influence the President in any matter. Discuss. 3. Can the amendment of the fundamental rights to be done by the Parliament. Discuss with reference to the decided case. 4. Can a person be considered as a class in itself. Discuss with the refernce to the decided case. 5. What are the principles of natural justice. Whether right of education a fundamental right on not discuss. 6. What is the state emergency under Act 356. Whether the state emergency in Bihar is constitutional or not. 7. Right of property was the fundamental right. It was amended a constitutional right was made. What is right of property under Art. 300 A . Discuss. 8. What is the right to religion under Art. 25. Whether demolition of Babri Musjid in Dec., 1999 a infringement of right. LLM PART-1 LEGAL & CONSTITUTIONAL HISTORY OF INDIA. PAPER-III TIME: 3.00 HRS. MM.70 Attempt any five questions. 1. what was regulating act of 1773 and the establishment and working of Supreme Court in Calcutta. 2. Discuss critically a. Case of Kaml–ud-din b. Patna Case 3. What was the trial of Nand Kumar and Critically examine its. 4. Discuss the functioning of Privy Council.‟ 5. What is the working of High Court and Federal Court. 6. What was the criminal law before the enactment of penal code 7. What were the various law do missions and codifications. 8. What is the doctrine of justice, equity and good conscience. LLM PART-1I (Branch-I) GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF CONTRACT PAPER-I TIME: 3.00 HRS. MM.70 Attempt any five questions. 1. Define the contract indemnity and distinguish it from a contract of guarantee. Discuss the right of an indemnity holder. 2. Explain and illustrate the following a. An agent is not normally entitled to delegate his duties. b. A agent must not allow his duty to conflict with his interest. 3. State the defination of sales of goods and its essential elements. Distinguish sale from an agreement to sell and hire purchase agreement. 4. Delivery plays vital role in the sale of goods. Elaborate and state various modes of making delivery of goods in the sale. 5. What remedies have been provide by the sale of goods Act to a seller who has not been paid the whole of the price. Explain in detail the circumstance in which an unpaid seller can stop good in transit. 6. Critically analyse the following a. Doctrine of caviat emptor b. Sale by auction. 7. Define the term „sale‟ . Distinguish it from contract to sell immovable property. Discuss the rights &duties of the buyer and after the completion of sale. 8. between a mortagagor and mortgagee neither can deny the title of the others. Discuss. Refer to the case laws in your answer. LLM PART-1I (Branch-I) SPECIAL CONTRACTS PAPER-II TIME: 3.00 HRS. MM.70 Attempt any five questions. 1. Define the distinguish between „a contract of sale‟ and a contract for sale‟ in relation to sale of immovable property under TPA 1882. Discuss the duties of the buyer and seller before and after the completion of the sale. 2. What formalities are necessary for entering into mortgage transaction. Discuss the essentials of “Vsufructory nMortgage‟ and English Mortgage. Refer to case law 3. Between a mortgager and a mortgage neither can deny the title of the other. Discuss reflect the case law 4. Critically examine the relevant provisionin regard to Marshlluged contribution as given under the TPA 1992. Light the judicial decisions. 5. What do you understand by the term charge. Differentiate between charge and mortgage. Refer to decided cases 6. Define an explain lease crictically examine the rights and liabilities of a lessor and lessree. Give analysis of some decided cases. 7. Discuss the essntial of valid gift. When a gift may be suepended or revobed. Refer to some judicial decisions in support of the answer LLM PART-1I (Branch-I) COMPANY LAW AND BRANRUPTCY PAPER-III TIME: 3.00 HRS. MM.70 Attempt any five questions. 1. “Of all the documents of a company, the memorandum is the most important and of all the clasues of the memorandum the object clause is the most important”. Comments with particular emphasis upon the way in which the document controls the business conduct of a company. 2. How can delays in High Court to wind up companies be reduced. 3. “The whole reationale behind the provisions of Section 43-A is based on the necessary recognition of the public character of a companyh not with standing its formal structure of incorporation”. Discuss the statement with the help of decided cases. 4. Suggest the changes and the management of employees stock options (ESOP in Section 81 of companies Act for giving practical shape to the ESOP 5. What is internal management of a company. What changes would you suggest in the existing provisions of companies Act 1956 relations to Internal management. 6. Who can be made brankrupted what are the proof of debts. What are the adjudications and its consequences. 7. Should buy back of shares be permitted. If yes, why. How would buy back of the shareb strengthen corporate management. 8. Explain the following a. Reconstr4uction and amalgamation\ b. Constitution and power of company law board. LLM PART-1I (Branch-I) INSURNCE LAW PAPER-IV TIME: 3.00 HRS. MM.70 Attempt any five questions. 1. Define a bill of exchange and explain the difference between a cheque and a bill of exchange. Describe the various types of bill of exchange used in convercial transitions. 2. Define insurable interest. Discuss the nature and duration of insurable interest. Give five examples of insurable interest. 3. Discuss the salient features of third party insurance under the provisions of Motor Vehicle Act. Elaborate your answer with help of recent case law 4. What is negotiable instrument. What are its characteristics and kinds would you consider the following a the negotiable instrument. Give reasons. a. Bills of lading b. Railway receipts c. Life insurance policy d. A debenture e. A share certificate 5. Define the term „customer‟ Do you agree with Sir John Paget‟s view that to constitute a customer, three must be some recognizable course or habit of dealing in the nature of regular banding business. Give reasons. 6. Discuss the legal aspects of Bank guarantee. Also emphasizes upon the obligations of a banker in a contract guarantee. 7. What is endorsement. What are its kind. Bring about clearly legal and practical significance of every kind of endorsement. 8. What is the legal aspects of the caring carriage goods by sea. LLM PART-1I (Branch-II) TORTS GENERAL PRINCIPLES PAPER-I TIME: 3.00 HRS. MM.70 Attempt any five questions. 1. All injuries due to another person are torts unless there is some justification recognized by law. Comment. 2. Comment critically the nature and scope of defence of necessity in tort. Illustrate your answer with Indian & English decided cases. 3. The maxim that kind can do no wrong. Discuss with the help of decided cases and also refer to the latest postion under Indian constitution. 4. Write short note on any two of the following a. Damnum sine injuria b. Minor c. Independent contractor 5. For a num,ber of purposes, the common laws used to and to a modified extent still does attach some significance to the joint & several tort fewasors. Explain with illustrations. What is understood by joint & several tort. Discuss the law relating to conribution among tort feasors. 6. Distinguish between „malice of law‟ and malice of infact. When malice or evil motive becomes relevant in determining the liability under the law of torts. Illustrate your answer. 7. Discuss the critically examine the rule laid down in Ryland V Flethcer (1868) LRSHL330 with certain exceptions. 8. State briefly the circumstance wherin the defence of contributing negligence of the plaintiff is not available to the defendant . Refer to the leading cases. Also examine the law present in this regard.\ LLM PART-1I (Branch-II) TORTS SPECIFIC WRONGS PAPER-II TIME: 3.00 HRS. MM.70 Attempt any five questions. 1. Discuss the last opportunity rule and give your own comments with reference to the decided cases. 2. What do you understand by privileged communication. Discuss absolute privilege and qualified privilege with reference to defamation. 3. What are the essential of false imprisonment. Can it be committed without knowing it. Discuss and illustrate your answer. 4. What is trespass to land. What the various remedies that are available to the person whose land has been tress passed upon. What amount to trespass abinitio. 5. Explain the following a. Concept of potential area of danger in nervous shock b. Lack of reasonable and probable cause. 6. How for a person liable for interfering with contractual relations with others. Refer to decided cases. 7. Explain libel and slander.. Discuss whether slander is actionable as per section in Indian Laws. LLM PART-1I (Branch-II) HISTORY OF PRINCIPLES OF CRIMINAL LAW PAPER-III TIME: 3.00 HRS. MM.70 Attempt any five questions. 1. So long as the crime continue to be created by Govt. policy, the nature of crime will elude true definition. Discuss critically. 2. It is very difficult to find a dividing line between preparation and attempt. Discuss various theories of criminal attempt. 3. Section 34, 114, 149 of IPC provide for criminally liability viewed from different angles as regard to active participation accessories and men actuate by a common object or common intension.. Comment and discuss whether an specific and distinct offence is created by these section. Refer to decided cases. 4. Comment critically on the offence sedition as provide under th Indian panel code. Refer the cases decided before the and after India became a republic. 5. Discuss in the light of provision of the Indian panel code law relating to the extent of right of private defence. 6. Theft requires an intention pumenotly to deprive to other of his property. Discuss referring to case law 7. Write critically note on any two. a. Adultery b. Mercy killing c. Diminished responsibility. 8. „Act prohibited by law together with guilty mind constitute a crime. Critically examine. LLM PART-1I (Branch-II) THEORY OF CRIME AND PUNISHMENT PAPER-IV TIME: 3.00 HRS. MM.70 Attempt any five questions. 1. state vartious schools of criminology. Discuss in detail the school. Which according to your better explains criminality in modern society. 2. What do you understand by the expression „white coller crime‟. Discuss critically and also discuss the statutory steps taken in India to combt with white collar criminals. 3. State various forms of punishment incorporated in the Indian panel code. Discuss in detail the one which you consider as most effective in contemporary India. 4. Discuss various causes of Juvenite Delinquency Give a brief appraisal of the latest statutory measure to check the delinquency in India. 5. Explain why does the present penology oppose the award of short term imprisonment . Also discuss what effective alternative may be adopted for this type of punishment. 6. Referring to various attempted definitions of crime .Discuss the essential elements of crime. 7. Increasing use of criminal sanction for the up beep of social welfare regulation in modern societies is creating problems for modern criminology. Critically examine the value of statement in India context. 8. What are various alternatives of punishment. Discuss in brief. LLM PART-1I (Branch-III) Source of Hindu Law PAPER-I TIME: 3.00 HRS. MM.70 Attempt any five questions. 1. What are the various sources of Hindu law. Critically analyses any two. 2. What are the views of Manu for the institution of marriage. 3. Historically analyses the share of the girl in the property of the father 4. What are the view of various jurists about divorse in Hindu law 5. Whether guardianship was permitted by Manu. If so. Write various vies regarding this. 6. What are two schools of Hindu law. Which school argues for mother is the head of the family. 7. What are the share of the girl according to Mitakshara School in Hindu La 8. What is the share of the girl according to Indian Succession Act-1926 LLM PART-1I (Branch-III) PRINCIPLES OF HINDU LAW PAPER-II TIME: 3.00 HRS. MM.70 Attempt any five questions. 1. Critically examine the role of custom as a source of Modern Hindu Law. How far a custom is constitutionally and judicially recognized in relation to essential conditions of a Hindu marriage. 2. Critically examine the relative significance of the decrees nullity in void and void able marriages, especially in respect of status of a child born before the date of the decree of nullity as per the relevant provisions of the Hindu marriage act-1955. 3. How conversion of one party to other religion works as ground of divorce as per the provisions of Hindu marriage act 1955. How far the effect of conversion have been clarified by the Supreme Court in Sarla‟s case. Enumerate. 4. How can a wife adopt a child for herself or without the consent of the husband. What are the after effects of such adoption in respect of properties in the natural and adoptive parents. Refer to the judicial decision. 5. How and when the old aged parents are entitle to be maintenance by their children according to Hindu Law. What is the judicial approach towards the aged parents vis-à-vis Hindu law enactments in this regard. 6. Who has the preference over whom in respect of a male and for a female child for custody and guardianship. How the judiciary looks towards guardianship of minor daughter especially in case of judicial separation between the two parents. Elaborate. 7. No party should be given the benefit of his or her own wrong. How far the legislative previsions as to the procedures for seeking remedies under Hindu marriage act 1955 are sound and full proof especially to parent bigamy LLM PART-1I (Branch-III) STATUTE LAW RELATING TO GUARDIANSHIP: MARRIAGE & SUCCESSION. PAPER-III TIME: 3.00 HRS. MM.70 Attempt any five questions. 1. What are the rules of interstate succession to the property of a male Hindu under the Hindu succession act 1956. Where do discriminate on the basis of section. 2. Discuss the right of property given to female Hindu under Sec.-14 of the Hindu succession act 1956 3. Explain the classes of heir in the Hindu & succession act-1956, Whether equal right of property are given to women under this law 4. Critically examine the law of „conditional bequests‟ under the Indian succession act-1925 5. Explain the following a. Void bequests b. Law relating to privileged and unprivileged will under Indian Succcession Act-1925 6. Discuss the rules applicable in case of intestates other then parsis under Indian succession act-1925 7. Explain the special provision relating to dwelling house under Hindu successiona act 1956, Does it discriminate about the daughter. Discuss with the help of decied cases. 8. Explain the special provisions of the ancestral land knowing light on the share of the daughter in modern times. LLM PART-1I (Branch-III) PRINCIPLES OF MOHAMMEDAN LAW PAPER-IV TIME: 3.00 HRS. MM.70 Attempt any five questions. 1. examine the historical development of Muslim law in India. 2. Discuss the nature and concept of marriage under muslim law 3. Discuss the nature and concept of power under Muslim Law 4. Discuss as to what extent a new look has been given to the texts of Muslim law with regard to the breakdown of marriage. 5. Critically examine the mother‟s right of Hizanat (custody) under Muslim Law 6. Discuss how for muslim women (protection of right on divorce) act 1986 has osceeded in meeting the aspirations of the muslim divorces in India. 7. Examinthe rules of acknowledgment of paternity of the child under the muslim law. 8. State the circumstance in which a muslim wife can see her husband for dissolution of marriage. LLM PART-1I (Branch-IV) ENGLISH CONSTITUTIONAL LAW & HISTORY PAPER-I TIME: 3.00 HRS. MM.70 Attempt any five questions. 1. discuss the basic legal principles underlying the British constitution. Distinguish between law, convention and practice. 2. Critically examine the concept of rule of law. What are the operational modifications of the conception in England. 3. Examine the nature, scope and extent of royal prerogatives. Do you agree with Dicey that it is the residue of discretionary or arbitrary authority legally left in the hand of the crown. 4. Discuss the scope and object of freedom of expression. It is true that every thing is permitted unless expressly forbidde3n by law of England. 5. The concept of judicial review could not develop much in England because of parliamentary supremacy. Comment. 6. Discuss the power and position of prime minister in England. It is true that American President is more powerful than Prime Minister of England in the field of executive power. 7. Discuss the position of civil servants in England. What are the safe guards provided to civil servant in British constitution against dismissal and other dismissal and other disciplinary decisions. 8. Write short note on any two 1. Parliamentary privilege 2. House of lords 3. Trial of Jury 4. Civil liberties. LLM PART-1I (Branch-IV) ADMINISTRATIVE LAW. PAPER-II TIME: 3.00 HRS. MM.70 Attempt any five questions. 1. As administrative law is to do with government and public administration it must be seen against the background or in the setting of our constitutional arrangements & principles” Comment and elaborate „rule of law‟ 2. “ I do not forget the fact that it has been said that the rules of natural justice may apply to cases where the act in question is more properly describe as administrative than judicial or quari judicial” Comment. 3. Evaluate critically the functioning of Tribunal system in India. 4. The intention of the legislative inproviding for an inquiry may be two fold. To ensure that the interests of the citizens closely affected should be protected by the grant of a right to be heard and second to ensure that the minister (government) should be bettrer informed of the facts of the case. Comment in the light of Indian situation. 5. „As a general rule the docrine of estoppedl will not be aginst the state in its government, public or soverign capacity. An exception however arises in the application of estoppll to the State. Where it is necessary to prevent fraud or manifest injustice. Comment and if you agree with above statement, suggest remedial measure. 6. What do you understand by the term PIL with recent cases elaborately discuss the term 7. What is the government liability as given in Art. 300 of the constitution. Comment and elaborately discuss the various aspects. 8. Write short notes on any two. 1. Right to know 2. Parliamentary control of delegated legislation 3. Laches. LLM PART-1I (Branch-IV) CONSTITUTIONAL LAW OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND SWITZERLAND. PAPER-III TIME: 3.00 HRS. MM.70 Attempt any five questions. 1. Commerce clause in the united states America has acted both as a source of power to the congress and restraint on the state power. Discuss with the help of decided cases. 2. What is the procedure under the Us constitution for making treaties and other international agreements. How far does a treaty becomes law of the land. Explain fully. 3. Explain the doctrine of inter government tax immunity and to what extent has the application of this doctrine been released latterly in the United states. 4. Write a critical essay on the doctrine of police power with reference to the US constitution. Give suitable illustration also, 5. Power to amend a federal constitution is usually rigid. Illustrate the truth or otherwise of the above statement with reference to the America and Switzerland constitutions. 6. Explain the doctrine of occupied field and discuss its application in USA 7. The trend has been that the federal government have become the most powerful financial authorities in defense system. State in detail the position in United States. 8. Distinguish between competitive federalism and co operative federalism. Evaluated within the framework of this dichotomy in the working of American constitution. LLM PART-1I (Branch-IV) FEDERAL SYSTEM IN AUSTRALIA AND CANADA. PAPER-IV TIME: 3.00 HRS. MM.70 Attempt any five questions. 1. On what reasons is the Indian constitution considered to tend from its federal constitution. Is there any model federal character? Is there any model federal principle? Discuss. 2. Federalism was the means and price of the formation of the union. Comment & explain the changing phases of the Australian, Canadian federal systems. 3. What is co-operative federalism. How for is it applicable under Indian and Canadian constitutions. Explain 4. Is the Canadian constitution true federal. If so, substantiate your argument with the relevant provision of the constitution. 5. Write a critical essay on the legislative relations between the Union & states under the Indian constitution. 6. Discuss the doctrine of immunity of instrumentality under the Australian constitutions and Canadian constitutions. 7. Do you think the exercise of power under are 356 in the past has been the consonance. With the spirit of the federal principle as contained under the Indian constitution. Discuss with examples citing important decided cases. 8. Write short note on any two of the following 1. Doctrine of immunity of instrumentalities under the Indian constitution. 2. Colourable legislative 3. Doctrine of harmonious constitution LLM PART-1I (Branch-V) GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF THE LAW OF TRANSFER OF PROPERTY AND HISTORY OF ENGLAND LAND LAW PAPER-I TIME: 3.00 HRS. MM.70 Attempt any five questions. 1. Critically examine the exceptions of the rules against perpetuity 2. „A person taking an interest under an imbruement can not take against it. He has to accept or reflect contents of the instrument in their totality. Discuss the above under TP Act. 3. “Pendent lite nihil innovator” Comment. Does this principle apply to involuntary transfer of property. 4. “The plea of part performance to available a shield and not a sword‟ Comment. 5. Define contingent interest. How and when contingent interest becomes vested. Point out if any exceptions to the rule of contingent interest. 6. Critically examine and illustrate the rule of “feeding the grant by estoppel” 7. Discuss the principles governing the transferby the ostensible owner pointing out the effect, if any, of the Banami prohibition Act-1988. 8. Write explanatory notes on any two: 1. Rule of priority 2. Constructive notice 3. Actionable claim. LLM PART-1I (Branch-V) TRANSFER INTER VIVOS, SALESS , MORTGAGES, LEASES. PAPER-II TIME: 3.00 HRS. MM.70 Attempt any five questions. 1. Define the term sale .. Distinguish it from contract to sell immovable property. Discuss rights and duites of the buyer and the seller before and after the completion of sale. 2. Define the term mortgage. Discuss different types of mortgage with special reference to simple mortgage and the mortgage by deposit of title deeds. 3. What is the right of redemption of the mortgage. Discuss about the lease of different kinds highlighting basic features of every lease. 4. Discuss about the rights and the liabilities of the lessor and the lesse. 5. Define the term „Gift‟ Discuss essentials conditions for a valid gift with the help of important cases. 6. How a gift can be suspended or revoked. Discuss about the personal law of parties in the context of mode of creation of gift of immovable property. 7. How a lease can be created. Discuss about the lease of different kinds of highlighting basic features of every lease. 8. Write short notes on any two of the following: 1. Usufructory mortgage 2. Doctrine of subrogation 3. Mortgage and the charge 4. Onerous gift and universal donne. LLM PA PART-1I (Branch-V) HISTORY & PRINCIPLES OF EQUITY PAPER-I TIME: 3.00 HRS. MM.70 Attempt any five questions. 1. What is specific performance of the contract. What are the various provisions given in specific relief Act. 2. What is equity. Whether any case law to there to support the equity 3. What are the various criterion of a person while giving the decision on equity, good conscience. Cite some of the maxims of equity. 4. Once the time begins to run it can not be stopped. What do you understand by this maxim. What is legal disability and how it can be condoned. 5. Is there any imbalance between the equity and legislation. If these two which one will preuail. 6. What is modern equity and what are the leading cases of equity. 7. What are the other provisions for the specific performance in contract. Whether this can be decided on equity. 8. What is the equity jurisprudence lite the various jurits for explaining the viewpoint. LLM PART-1I (Branch-V) TRUSTS AND CHARITIES PAPER-IV TIME: 3.00 HRS. MM.70 Attempt any five questions. 1. Define shabait and discuss its power. Whether this institution is hereditary or by nomination or by elction. Discuss. 2. Examine what was the practice during early times for the making of the endowments. How the dedication of land to Gods was made under the old Hindu Law 3. Whether a suit for the removal of a trustee and the appointment of a new one is maintainable. Hw the head of the Mutt can be removed. Discuss. 4. Discuss the impact of the other laws on Wabf. 5. Explain how wakfs are instruments of educational and econcomic developments. 6. Write short note on any two 1. Mutavalli 2. What can be dedicate as Wakf 3. Diff. Between Public & Private wakfs. 7. Examine the powers of a hindu under the Mitakshara to make alienation for regious or charitable purposes . Can a widow alienate amoderate portion for religious or charitable purpose. 8. Examine the origen and history of Hindu endowments and there main divions. LLM PART-1I (Branch-VI) INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO ASIATIC RELATIONS. PAPER-I TIME: 3.00 HRS. MM.70 Attempt any five questions. 1. whether international politics has any impovct of any country. If yes then critically examine it. 2. What was the effect of world war-I on the Asitic countries. Whether such effect played and important role on disornament. 3. What was the effect of World War-II the Asiatic countries and whether such was played an important role on the making of UNO 4. What do you understand by the term Power Politics. Critically examined. 5. Discuss the impact of UNO on the various compact operation in Asia. 6. Discuss various aspects of the organization made due to the two world wars 7. What are the international relations between two world wars 8. What is international politics and whether it has the binding character on any country plitics. LLM PART-1I (Branch-VI) PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW PAPER-II TIME: 3.00 HRS. MM.70 Attempt any five questions. 1. international law is the vanishing point of jurisprudence. Comment. 2. What are the subjects of Internantional law. Discuss the place of an individual under International Law 3. Define „recongnition‟ Discuss various theories of recognition. Is with drawl of recognition possible. 4. What do you men aby Intervention. Discuss various grounds of intervention. Do you not feel that intervention is an exception and non intervention is the rule under International Law. 5. What do you mean by Terriitory. Discuss various mode of acquiring and losing territories. 6. Discuss the compostion, jurisdiction and laws applicable in the International criminal court. Are the judgements of the courts binding. 7. What do you mean by war crimes. Critically examine the Nuremberg Trial & Tokyo Trials. LLM PART-1I (Branch-VI) PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW PAPER-III TIME: 3.00 HRS. MM.70 Attempt any five questions. 1. what is the scope of private international law resolving the disputes. Also discuss fully the relevance and importance of the subject in the present day context. 2. It is said that the rules of private international law have evolved out o the desire of the courts to do justice in a despute involving foreign elements. Examine this statement critically. 3. How for do you agree with the statement that „every person must at all times possess a domicle‟. Discuss the merits and demerits of domicle. How can domicile be acquire in India. 4. Explain in detail the private international law treatment to the question of legality of a contract. 5. What gverns the formal validity of marriage ./ State in detail the exceptions to the general rule of Law celebrations. 6. Write in detail essay on the attempts of unifications of Private international law at the international level. 7. What duestions generally arise in the matrimonial causes and on what criteria, these questions answered by courts in private international law. 8. Write critical comments on any leding judgement delivered by the Indian Supreme Court iin the plea of private international laws. LLM PART-1I (Branch-VI) INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATIONS PAPER-I TIME: 3.00 HRS. MM.70 Attempt any five questions. 1. The league of nations was abodoned by those who failed to abide by their solemn., obligations. Comment with special reference to the factors and circumstances responsible for the dissolution of the league of nations. 2. Discuss the principles of the United Nations in brief. Are you satisfied by the overall functioning of the united nations. If so give reasons in supoort of your answer. 3. What is the composition, powers & functions of the International Trusteeship council. What is the difference between mandatory system and trustiship system. Discuss in brief. 4. Discuss in brief the compsotion, voting rights & functioning of the security council.. What are the limitations of the security council. 5. Write short note on any two of the following 1. World Bank 2. ILO 3. WHO 6. What are the limitations of the UN general assembly. What is its relevance and validity of uniting for peace resolution 1950 in todays‟s context. 7. What are the privileges and immunities of International organization. Do they have powers to enter into intervention treattes. Discussin today context. 8. Discuss the composition and jurisdiction of ICJ. Are the decision of the International courts of justice binding on the states. LLM PART-1I (Branch-VII) LABOUR LAW & LABOUR MANAGEMENT RELATIONS IN INDIA PAPER-I TIME: 3.00 HRS. MM.70 Attempt any five questions. 1. comment of the contact of the role of the state in regulation of indust4rial relations in India. 2. Comment and discuss the various standards adopted by the ILO for the protection of human rights. Also explain how India has ratified such standards in its labour laws. 3. What do you mean by term „social secruity‟ How for India has provided social security to Industrial workers through labour legislations. Discuss. 4. With a view to increase production and maintain harmony certain special provisions regarding off and retrenchment have been incorporated in the Industrial Disputes Act-1947. Explain those provisions in the light of decided cases. 5. Discuss critically the provisions of the trade union act 1926 which protect a registered trade union and its office bearers from the possible vindictive actions by the employees and evaluate the scope of the immunities. 6. Bonus has always been a problem before the employeer and it has been the main source of conflict in industry. Has the payment of bonus act 1965 with all the amendments provided and relief to the problem 7. Define the meaning and rationalize of standing orders. Discuss the procedures for submission and certification of standing orders under the industrial employment (Standing order) act-1946 8. Write critical notes on any two of the following 1. Collective bargainining 2. The industrial truce resolution 3. Workers particpation in management. LLM PART-1I (Branch-VII) COMPARATIVE LABOUR MANAGEMENT & LABOUR LAW PAPER-Ii TIME: 3.00 HRS. MM.70 Attempt any five questions. 1. “True collective bargaining should be a process in which reason and the weight of facts and arguments should win over uninformed clamour on the one side and unjustrified opposition on the other. Discuss the statement stressing on the conditions for successful collective bargaining. 2. Discuss the characteristics of Indian trade unions in the light of recent amendment act-2001 and recommendations of the national commission on labour 2002 and suggest measures to strengthen their bargaining power. 3. Discuss the concept of social security and compare the system of social security in operation in India as with that of the United Kingdom. 4. Distinguish between ILO conventions and recommendations. What are the obligations of members states to ILO conventions and recommendations . Examine the conventions and recommendation that led to the protection of women workers in the member countries. 5. Discuss the nature of order of reference the apporpriagte govt under sec. 10 of the Industrial disputes act 1947. Whether such order is amendable to judicial security. If so under what circumstance. 6. What objects the industrial employment act 1946 sought to active compare it with the English labour laws. 7. Discuss the principles of set on and set off of allocable surplus. What is the rule regarding the adjustment of customaryor interim bonus. 8. Write critical notes on the following: 1. Role of law in industrial relations 2. The code of discipline in industry 1958 3. Proteciton of workmen against theirs vitimisation LLM PART-1I (Branch-VII) LEGISLATION AND PRACTICE RELATING TO SOCIAL SECURITY, LABOUR WELFARE AND WAGES. PAPER-III TIME: 3.00 HRS. MM.70 Attempt any five questions. 1. The labour policy of the Govt. in India after independence has been influenced by the assumptions that India has not reached a stage where welfare could be left entirely as a matter to settled between an employer and his worker comment on this statement in the light of the labour policy of the Govt. of India. 2. Discuss the aims and objections of the employees provident fund and misellenaous provisions act-1952. Does sect-1(3) of the act suffer from the vice of excessive delegation of powers. What changes have been brought from time to time to achieve the object of the legislature. 3. What are the components of minimum rates of wages and what kind of minimum wages can be fixed under the minimum wages act-1948 4. Who is the dependent of the deceased workman under the workmen‟s compensation act 1923? Are all the dependents entitled to equal share of compensation payable under the act? What is the remedy available to the person alleging himself to be dependent who has been denied the benefit of compensation? 5. Define the term deduction under the payment of wages act 1936. Is loss of wages resulting from the suspension of the employed person a deduction? Discuss the condition of the fine or any kind of penalty be imposed on an employed person. 6. (i) Discuss the provisions of factories act1948 with regard to annual leave with wages. ii) Discuss the health and welfare provisions of the workman under motor transport workers act-1961 7. Explain various benefits available to the insured persons under the employment state insurance act 1948 and subject to what benefits are available to them. 8. Explanatory notes on any two of the followings 1. Distinguish between total & practical disablement 2. Method of determination of gradually 3. Concept of social security. LLM PART-1I (Branch-VII) INTERNATIONAL LABOUR ORGANISAITONS CENTRAL ORGANISAITONS OF TRADE UNION, INDIA TRIPARTITE SYSTEM PAPER-IV TIME: 3.00 HRS. MM.70 Attempt any five questions. 1. Enumerate the significance of the factors which were responsible for the establishment of ILO its aims and objectives and how far is it successful in achieving these objectives in the last more than eight decades of its existence. 2. Elaborate the distinction between the conventions & recommendations of ILO and its influcnce in shaping the cantours of Indiaan Labour organisaiton. 3. How far the social security legislative regime in India is an adoption and association of the ILO standards. 4. In the face of expanding the hozons of globalization, liberalization and privatization the existing structure of the Indian social legislative system has become outdated and is crumbling. Do you agree. Discuss as to what measures are immediately needed to restore the effectiveness and relevance of the social legislative order. 5. Contract labour (Regulation & abolition) act-1970 partly abolishs and partly regulates the employment of contract labour in some establishments and not all . Eloborate. 6. Bonded labour system (abolition) act-1976 is in fact an extension and implementation of art. 23(1) of the constitution, to prevent began and infringment of the basic human rights and stop destruction of the dignity of human lbaour. Discuss as to how these objectives are attained by this legislation. 7. Explain how the child labour (prohibition and regulation) act 1986 intends achieve the following objects. 1. To bar employment of children 2. To lay down the procedure to decide modifications to the schedulre of banned occupations. 3. To regulate the conditions of work of children in employment where they are not prohibited from working. 8. Article 39 of the constitution finds ten echo in the provisions of the equal remuneration act 1976. Examine critically.
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