NEF Law College, Guwahati :: A premier Law School of Eastern India

The College offers Three Year LL.B. / LL.B. (Hons) program, the successful completion of which will earn the student a LL.B. / LL.B. (Hons) Degree to be awarded by Gauhati University.

The duration of the LL.B. / LL.B. (Hons) degree course shall be for a period of three academic years. Each academic year is divided into two semesters, each semester having an average of 100 working/ teaching days. The academic terms shall ordinarily be between July to December and January to June.

The Three Year LL.B. / LL.B. (Hons) course is a full- time course and no student is permitted to purse simultaneously any other course. The admission of a student can be cancelled at any stage for violation of this rule.

Eligibility for Admission

(a) A candidate for admission to the Three years LL.B. Course must have Graduate in any discipline from a recognized University with at least 45% of the total marks for general candidates, not less than 42% for OBC category and 40% for SC/ ST candidates as per latest Bar Council of India Rules. Those awaiting for their final year results can also apply for admission in the Programme.

(b) Aged not more than 30 years for general category applicants & 35 years for SC/ST/OBC candidates.

No of Seats : 240

Reservation of seats

Reservation as per norms laid in relevent Act / rule of Govt./ Gauhati University/ Bar Council of India.

Admission Procedure

Admission to the First Semester Three Year LL.B. / LL.B. (Hons) shall be on the basis of merit.

Admission Form & Prospectus can be obtained from the College Office on payment of Rs. 500/- or by post by sending a DD for Rs. 550/- made in favour of "NEF Law College" payable at Guwahati. Admission Form & Prospectus can also be downloaded from the website : . A Demand Draft of Rs. 500/- (Five hundred only) has to be enclosed with the downloaded Form.

1.1  Constitutional Law-I
1.2  Family Law -I
1.3  Law of Contract
1.4  Law of Tort inclu. MV Act, Consumer Protection Law
1.5  Hons-I
2.1  Constitutional Law-II
2.2  Family Law-II
2.3  Special Contract
2.4  OP-1: Land Law of Assam
2.5  Hons-II
3.1  Indian Penal Code
3.2  Criminal Procedure Code
3.3  Jurisprudence
3.4  OP-2 : Research Methodology
3.5  P-I : Alternative Disputes Resolution
3.6  Hons-III
3.7  Hons-IV
4.1  Law of Evidence
4.2  Civil Procedure Code & Limitation Act
4.3  Property Law
4.4  Administrative Law
4.5  P-II : Drafting, Pleading & Conveyancing
4.6  Hons-V
4.7  Hons-VI
5.1  Labour & Industrial Law-I
5.2  Company Law
5.3  Principles of Taxation Law
5.4  Environmental Law
5.5  OP-3 : Banking Law/ International Criminal Law
5.6  P-III : Professional Ethics & Legal Aid
5.7  Hons-VII
6.1  Labour & Industrial Law-II
6.2  Public International Law
6.3  OP-4: Insurance Law / Private International Law
6.4  OP-5:Computer Application/International Organization
6.5  OP-6 : International Environmental Law/Equity & Trust
6.6. P-4 : Moot Court & Internship
6.7  Hons-VIII
Constitutional Law :
1. Indian Federalism
2. Comparative Constitution
3. Human Rights Law & Practice
4. Media & Law
5. Interpretation of Statute and Principles of Legislation
6. Right to Information
7. Health Law
8. Citizenship & Emigration Law
Crime & Criminology :
1. Criminal Psychology
2. Women & Criminal Law
3. Prison Administration
4. Probation & Parole
5. Penology & Victimology
6. Offence against Child and Juvenile Offences
7. White Collar Crime
8. IT Offences
Business Law :
1. Corporate Governance
2. Direct Tax
3. Indirect Tax Law
4. Competition Law
5. Bankruptcy & Insolvency
6. International Bank & Finance
7. Legal Framework Governing IR
8. Business Ethics and Corporate and Social Responsibility
International Property Law :
1. Trade Mark, Copyright , patent & Design
2. IT including Cyber Law
3. IPR Management
4. Patent Right Creation & Registration
5. Patent Drafting& specification writing
6. Biodiversity protection
7. IPR Litigation in Trade Mark & Design
8. IPR Litigation in Copyright & Patent