B.A,LL.B/HONS Semester10

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Information Technology
Information Technology Law and Computer Application 1. Background:
  • 1.1 Meaning of Cyber Law
  • 1.2 Regulation of cyber space - introducing cyber law
2.Information Technology Act-2000 30 3. The Evidence Aspect in Cyber Law 10 4. The global trends in Cyber Law 10 5. Computer application: 20 Prescribed Legislations:
  • 1. Information Technology Act, 2000
  • 2. Information Technology Rules, 2000
  • 3. Cyber Regulation Appellate Tribunal Rules, 2000
  • 4. The Indian Penal Code, 1860
  • 5. The Indian Evidence Act, 1872
  • 6. Bankers Book Evidence Act.1891
  • 7. Reserve Bank of India Act, 1934
Labour and Industrial Law-II
1. The Industrial Disputes Act ( Contd )
  • 1.1 Investigation & Settlement of Industrial Disputes - General (sections 3 to 15)
  • 1.2 Dispute Settlement Machinery: Conciliationand Adjudication
  • 1. 2 Reference of the Industrial Dispute
  • 1.3 Awards and Settlements
  • 1.4 Managerial Prerogative
  • 1.5 Powers of the Adjudicatory Authorities
  • 1.6 Restraints on Managerial Prerogatives (section 33 and 33A)
2. Wage - Concept and Kinds of Wages 3. Bonus
  • 3.1 Concept of Bonus - computation of bonus
  • 3.2 Salient features of the Payment of Bonus Act, 1965
4. Health and Safety: legislative controls : factory, mines and plantations.
  • 4.1 The Workmen's Compensation Act, 1936
  • 4.2 The Factories Act, 1948 : A General Study of the Act
5. Leading Cases
Public International Law
Public International Law [Law of Peace ] 1. Nature and Development of International Law
  • 1.1 Definition of International Law
  • 1.2 International Law as "Law"- Basis of International Law -Jurisprudential Theories, 1.3 Codification of International Law
  • 1.4 Sanctions of International Law
  • 1.5 Subjects of International Law
  • 1.6 Approach of Developing Countries towards International Law
2. Sources of International Law
  • 2.1. Statute of the International Court of Justice, 1945, Article 38,
  • 2.2. Other Sources of International Law,
  • 2.3. Treaties and Statutes
  • 2.4 Relationship Between International Law and Municipal Law
3. State Responsibility 4. Lawof The Sea 5. Leading cases
International Organisations
1. Introduction to International Organization
  • 1:1 Meaning
  • 1:2 Characteristics
  • 1:3 Aims and Purposes
  • 1:4 Classifications
  • 1:5 Evolution of International Organization
2. The League of Nations 3. The United Nations 4. The International Court of Justice
  • 4:1 Composition
  • 4:2 Jurisdiction
  • 4:3 Interim Measures
  • 4:4 Enforcement of the Judgment of ICJ
  • 4:5 Contribution of ICJ for the development of International Law
The Specialized Agencies
Private International
Private International Law (Conflict of Laws) 1. Introduction
  • 1:1 Origin and development of Private International Law
  • 1.2 Nature and basis of Private International Law
  • 1.3 Distinction between Private International Law and Public International Law
  • 1.4 Theories of Conflictof Laws
2. Domicile - Nationality - Residence - Property
  • 2.1 Fundamental Principles of Domicile - Nationality
  • 2.2 Property
3. Matrimonial
  • 3.1 Marriage- Assignmentof property on marriage
  • 3.2 Matrimonial causes and Disputes
  • 3.3 Legitimacy - Legitimation and Adoption
4. Doctrine of Renvoi-Theories ofRenvoi 5. Foreign Law
International Law
International Environmenta lLaw 1. Introduction
  • 1.1 Human Right to Healthy Environment- Rights to clean and healthy environment
2 World Charter for Nature, 1982
  • 2.1. Ozone Protection - Montreal Protocol for the Protection ofOzone Layer, 1987 as amended
  • 2.2. U.N. Conference on Environment and Development, 1992 - Rio Principles (Earth Summit)
3. International regime
  • 4.1 StockholmConference
  • 4.2 Green House Effect and Ozone Depletion
  • 4.3 Rio Conference
  • 4.4 Bio-Diversity
  • 4.5 U.N. Declaration on Right to Development.
  • 4.6 Wetlands
4. Legal protection of the Ozone Layer 5. World Summit on Sustainable Development
  • 5.1 Sustainable Development Commission
Criminology-ITOffences
1. Introduction to Cyber Crime & Cyber Laws
  • 1.1 Freedom of Expression in Cyberspace
2. The Cyber Regulations Appellate Tribunal
  • 2.1 Composition,
  • 2.2 Power and Procedure
  • 2.3 Limitation,
  • 2.4 Appeal to High Court
  • 2.5 Recovery of Penalty
3. Offences under the Information Technology Act, 2000
  • 3.1 The Cyber Offences
4. Offences:
  • 4.1 Tampering withcomputer Source Documents
  • 4.2 Hacking with Computer System
  • 4.3 Publishing of Obscene Information in Electronic Form
  • 4.4 Acts and Omissions Against the Controller
  • 4.5 Breach of Confidentiality and Privacy
  • 4.6 Related to Digital Signature Certificate
  • 4.7 Contravention Committed outside India
5. Leading Cases
IPL-IPR Litigation in
IPL-IPR Litigation in Copy right and Patent 1. Copyright: Introduction:
  • 1.1 Historical evolution of the law,
  • 1.2 Meaning of copyright,
  • 1.3 Subject Matter of Copyright
  • 1.4 International Conventions and Treaties,
  • 1.5 The Copyright Act, 1957
2. Copyright in
  • 2.1 Literary, dramatic and musical works,
  • 2.2. Sound records and cinematograph films
  • 2.3. Computer programme,
  • 2.4 Multimedia works
  • 2.5 The Cyber World
3. Ownership of copyright -infringement and remedies 4. Patent : Introduction
  • 4.1 Concept of patent,
  • 4.2 The Patents Act, 1970 with its amendments
5. CaseLaws [Litigation] 4. Patent : Introduction
  • 5.1 The Copyright Act, 1957
  • 5.2 The Patents Act, 1970
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