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  • About BBA.,LL.B.(Hons.)

    Birla School of Law under Birla Global University, Bhubaneswar offers admission to the students to the first year of 5 Year Integrated Law Course commencing from the academic session 2018 – 19. The school provides quality teaching in law course with the support of qualified and experienced faculty members in the law stream. The students strength in the first year is pegged at 60. Minimum qualification prescribed for the students seeking admission is +2 pass in Ars/Science/Commerce securing 45% marks minimum.

  • Salient Features Of Birla School of Law
    • Experienced and Qualified Faculty Members
    • Regular Interactions with Practicing Law Professionals
    • Moot Court to experience simulated law cases
    • Soft skill training to improvise drafting and presentation skills
    • State of the art infrastructure to provide a conducive learning environment
    • Scope to pursue research in the area of Law
    • Conferences , Seminars and Workshops
    • Scholarships for Meritorious students
    • Placement opportunities on successful completion of the programme
  • Eligibility Criteria

    Minimum marks in qualifying examination for admission:Bar Council of India may from time to time, stipulate the minimum percentage of marks not below 45% of the total marks in case of general category applicants,42% for OBC category and 40% of the total marks in case of SC and ST applicants, to be obtained for the qualifying examination, such as +2 examination in case of Integrated Five Years’ course or Degree course in any discipline for Three years’ LLB course, for the purpose of applying for and getting admitted into a law Degree Program of any recognized University in either of the streams.

    Provided that such a minimum qualifying marks shall not automatically entitle a person to get admission into an institution but only shall entitle the person concerned to fulfil other institutional criteria notified by the institution concerned or by the government concerned from time to time to apply for admission.

    * For admission into BBA-LLB programme of BGU Bhubaneswar applicant must have a valid CLAT/AILET/XLET / BGU Admission Test score.

  • Fee Structure
    CourseFee per Semester (INR)No. of SemestersTotal Course fee (INR)*


    *Additional Information

    • In addition to this fee, students have to pay the security deposit (10,000 INR) and Medical insurance (3000 INR PA).
    • Students having higher percentage throughout career will be eligible for scholarship
    • Students are required to maintain consistency in percentage to avail scholarship.

    Hostel (Optional)
    Lodging & Boarding expenses (Subject to revision every year)
    Triple Occupancy (In Campus)

    Due Date15thJune 202215thDec 202215thJune 202315thDec 202315thJune 2024
    Lodging (A/C Accommodation)Rs. 31,200.00Rs. 31,200.00Rs. 31,200.00Rs. 31,200.00Rs. 31,200.00
    BoardingRs. 36,000Rs. 36,000Rs. 36,000Rs. 36,000Rs. 36,000
    LaundryRs. 3,000Rs. 3,000Rs. 3,000Rs. 3,000Rs. 3,000
    Total ChargesRs. 70,200.00Rs. 70,200.00Rs. 70,200.00Rs. 70,200.00Rs. 70,200.00


    Due Date15thDec 202415thJune 202515thDec 202515thJune 202615thDec 2026
    Lodging (A/C Accommodation)Rs. 31,200.00Rs. 31,200.00Rs. 31,200.00Rs. 31,200.00Rs. 31,200.00
    BoardingRs. 36,000Rs. 36,000Rs. 36,000Rs. 36,000Rs. 36,000
    LaundryRs. 3,000Rs. 3,000Rs. 3,000Rs. 3,000Rs. 3,000
    Total ChargesRs. 70,200.00Rs. 70,200.00Rs. 70,200.00Rs. 70,200.00Rs. 70,200.00



    • * Two separate Demand Drafts should be made for Lodging & Mess charges respectively as per any one of the options given in the above table. In case of double occupancy additional charge would be of Rs. 3000/-.
    • Student should preserve this schedule for timely payment of fees to avoid penalty for late fee deposition.
    • No notice or reminder will be sent to student or his/her parents.
    • No separate letter will be issued for Bank Education Loan.
    • Demand Draft should be made in the name of “BIRLA GLOBAL UNIVERSITY” Payable at Bhubaneswar.

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  • Regulation

    These REGULATIONS shall comprehensively govern all aspects of under BBA.LL.B (Hons.) the under-graduate academic programme at the Birla School of Law, Birla Global University.

    The Programme

    (a) The Bachelor of Business Administration & Law (Hons) programme is a five year integrated undergraduate full-time academic programme of Birla Global University. BBA. LL.B (Hons) will be awarded to students on successful completion of the ten semester programme.

    (b) Eligibility for admission.
    As per norms prescribed by Bar Council of India and notified from time to time.


    The University imparts instruction through lectures, seminars, tutorials, internships, moot court and field visits. Study material is distributed for each course and forms the basis of class discussion and interactive learning so that students remain engaged. Moreover there is constant dialogue in class on contemporary issues pertinent to the curriculum. Courses also includes a project assignment to develop research, analysis and writing skills.

    The courses are taught by a [faculty] or team of faculty members, who teach together, so that the available expertise is optimally used and the education imparted is interdisciplinary. The diversity of programmes and exercises ensures that students are exposed to a wide range of experiences relevant to understanding the role of law in society.


    (I). student of this program shall be allowed to take the end semester test in a subject if the student concerned has not attended minimum of 70% of the classes held in the subject concerned as also the moot court room exercises, tutorials and practical training conducted in the subject taken together provided that if a student for any exceptional reasons fails to attend 70% of the classes held in any subject, the Dean of the University under approval of the Vice Chancellor may allow the student to take the test if he has attended 65% of the classes in that subject & 70% of classes in all the subjects taken together subject to this condition that such fall in attendance was due to any cogent reasons like participation of the student in any academic activity, including internships, educational excursion or participation in any interstate or inter University game or tournament or due to prolonged illness/hospitalization. In case of condonation of attendance in medical ground the student has to furnish a medical certificate issued by a registered medical practioner or any physician authorised by the University. Attendance of the students will be monitored on day to basis by the programme office of the school.

    II. Award of Marks for attendance – Five marks for selected courses have been allotted for attendance. Break up of marks is as follows:

    • 65% and above but less than 70% = 02 Marks
    • 70% and above but less than 80%=03 Marks
    • 80% and above but less than 90%=04 Marks
    • 90% and above=05 Marks


    Projects, Seminar Courses and Clinical Courses etc

    • In every course 50% component of marks shall be for continuous assessment comprise of Projects (15), Mid Term (25), Snap Test/Presentation/Attendance/Quiz/Class Participation (10) and remaining 50% of End Term Examination and assessment on written examination unless otherwise specified.
    • Plagiarism in projects submitted by the students shall constitute a serious academic malpractice and shall carry mandatory punishment of forfeiture of all marks in the concerned subject and / or suspension from the University for a maximum of one academic year. The anti-plagiarism policy is notified separately.

    Seminar Courses

    • Attendance shall be compulsory for all the students during the presentations of seminar papers.
    • A Seminar Course shall comprise of 100 marks, of which, there will preferably be an examination component of 30 marks. The written projects, presentation / viva voce, and other components shall comprise rest of the marks.
    • In seminar courses, in order to successfully complete and pass the course, a student shall secure a minimum of 50 marks in all the components put together. If any student fails in the seminar course, a repeat examination (of the examination component) or resubmission of the seminar paper, or fresh presentation, or resubmission of the seminar paper and fresh presentation may be administered by the Faculty – in – Charge, within reasonable time, in consultation with the Department of the University. The prescribed fee for resubmission and/or repeat examination shall be paid by the student prior to such repeat examination/resubmission. A student is allowed to take maximum of two repeat exams.
    • Plagiarism in seminar papers submitted by the students shall constitute a serious academic malpractice and shall carry the same consequences as for projects.
    • A student who fails to secure the requisite marks in the seminar course despite the facility for repeat examination prescribed in Rule 6.8, or fails to complete the various components of the course, during the semester, shall be treated as failed in that seminar course. Such a student shall choose an additional seminar course in the following semester.

    Clinical Courses

    Clinical Courses shall be taught and governed as per the Bar Council of India guidelines.

    Prohibition against lateral entry and exit

    There shall be no lateral entry on the plea of graduation in any subject or exit bywayof awarding a degree splitting the integrated double degree course, at any intermediary stage of integrated double degree course.

    Examination System

    a). The Mid-Semester and End Semester Examinations shall ordinarily be conducted in the first week of September/ March and December/June respectively or on such dates may be fixed by the University. The academic performance of a candidate shall be evaluated in respect of the courses of study prescribed for each semester through the examinations held for respective semesters.

    b). The Controller of Examination shall announce the schedule of the examination for every semester and notify the same on the Notice Board/ Website of the University. In exceptional circumstances, minor alteration of the scheduled dates can be carried out by the Controller of Examinations in consultation with the Dean under approval of the Vice Chancellor for accommodating any of the co-curricular activities or extra-curricular activities in which a significant number of students are involved in or are participating.

    c). The mid-semester examination (for 25 marks) shall generally be of one hour duration and the end-semester exam (for 50 marks) shall generally be of two and half hours in duration.

    Repeat/Back Examination

    A candidate who secures less than the minium grade required to pass a paper/semester or a candidate who remains absent in a paper/semester shall be allowed to appear repeat/back examination in the subsequent odd or even semester subject to a maximum of consecutive two times with the span period of the course. However, if a candidate fails in the aggregate he/she may appear in any paper/s of that semester to improve the aggregate subject to a maximum of two times with the span period of the course.

    Unfair means and Malpractices in Examinations

    Any unfair means adopted by any examinee in any examination conducted by the University shall be punishable as per rules of the University.

    Code of conduct during examination

    • Examinees are to report at their respective halls of Examination 15 minutes prior to the commencement of examination.
    • Examinees are required to be in in formal attire during the examination.
    • Examinees are required to come with their own pen, pencil, ruler, eraser etc. However, Books, Notes, statistical tables, log tables etc. are strictly prohibited.
    • Examinees are instructed not to bring mobile phones, smart watches to the examination halls.
    • Examinees, wherever necessary, have to undergo a physical search by internal squad members (Gents & Ladies) before entry into the examination hall.
    • Examinees are advised to go through the instructions mentioned in the answer sheet/ question paper and are required to follow them in letter and spirit.
    • Examinees, on receipt of the answer sheet and the question paper, should see that printing is clearly visible and that the answer sheet contains all the pages. Any deviation noticed should be brought to the knowledge of the hall invigilator present in the hall.
    • Examinees are required not to write answers in the front inner page of the answer sheet.
    • Examinees are to fill in the columns of the answer sheet like Roll No, Paper, and Paper Code & Date etc correctly.
    • Any communication with other students, writing on the question paper/palm and use/possession of any incriminating material shall amount to adoption of unfair means in the examination and shall invite punishment or penalty as codified in “Examination Policy and Procedure “adopted by the University.
    • Examinees should observe absolute silence in the examination hall at the time of examination. The invigilator reserves the right to expel an examinee from the examination hall if any activity of an examinee is in contravention of rules of examination.
    • Additional answer sheets will not be issued 10 minutes prior to the end of the examination. Hence, examinees are instructed to plan the use of additional answer sheets accordingly.
    • Examinees are required not to take eatables, soft drinks, and water inside examination hall.
    • Examinees will be allowed to visit the washroom after one hour that too once only during the entire period of examination. However, nobody will be allowed to leave the examination hall for any purpose whatsoever half an hour before the end of the examination.
    • The examinees should deposit the answer script with the hall invigilator before leaving the examination hall. Carrying answer scripts outside the hall is a punishable offence.
    • Indulgence in any sort of activity that will disturb the sanctity of the examination shall be punishable.
    • Examinees must ensure to write their name and roll no clearly and correctly on every sheet of question paper and any other paper such as tables, graphs etc. The violation of this rule will invite disciplinary action.
    • Correction fluid must not be used.
    • Number your answers in the left-hand margin as per the number given in question paper.
    • If an examinee needs a supplementary answer sheet, he/ she is required to ask for it before the last 10 minutes of examination period, otherwise the request would be denied.
    • Examinees are required to promptly submit the answer sheet without making any delay there are required to tie the answer sheets (additional if any) well before the exam time gets over.
    • The guidelines mentioned above are to be scrupulously followed during the period of the examination. In spite of warnings , reminder etc. if an activity of any examinee is contrary to the established norms , then such examinee shall be punished as per the prevailing rules of the University.

    Codified Rules for Award of Punishment for Adoption of Unfair Means in Examination

    For minor infringements like writing on palms, attempting to talk with other examinees, for writing the roll number or leaving any identification mark anywhere in the answer script except in the place provided for the purpose.Correction through Counseling Imposition of penalty. Expulsion from the examination Hall. Expulsion from the Examination (To be applied phase wise for repetition of same acts)
    For possession (but not use of) unauthorized or incriminating materials.Correction through Counseling Imposition of penalty Expulsion from the examination Hall. Expulsion from the Examination (To be applied phase wise for repetition of same acts
    For use of the incriminating material.Cancellation of the result of that paper & penalty.
    For use of unauthorized or incriminating materials and intimidating behaviour.Cancellation of that examination & penalty.


    Evaluation System

    Evaluation system will be followed as per the decision of the Board of Studies.

    Question Paper

    The question paper shall comprise of one short/objective type compulsory question covering the whole syllabus of the paper and five questions with alternatives from all the units.

    Cumulative Grade Point Average

    Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) is deduced at by dividing the sum of the Grade Values and the Course Credits in each course by the total number of credits in all the courses as per the following table.

    Grading System:Grade Mark Secured from 10 Points

    PerformanceGradeRange of MarksGrade PointClassification
    Outstanding‘ O ‘90 – =< 10010First Class >=6.32 CGPA
    Excellent‘ A+ ‘80 – < 909
    Very Good‘ A ‘70 – < 808
    Good‘ B+ ‘60 – < 707
    Above Average‘ B ‘50 – < 606Second Class >=5.27 – <6.32
    Failed‘ F ‘Below 500Fail
    Absent‘ Ab ‘0


    A student has to secure minimum 40% to pass a paper and 50% in aggregate to pass the examination.. A transitory letter grade I (carrying points 2) shall be introduced for cases where the results are incomplete. This grade shall automatically be converted into appropriate grade(s) as and when the results are complete. A student’s level of competence shall be categorized by a positive GRADE POINT AVERAGE.

    It may be specified as:

    SGPA-Semester Grade Point Average

    CGPA-Cumulative Grade Point Average

    (a).POINT- Integer equivalent of each letter grade
    (b).CREDIT- Integer signifying the relative emphasis of individual course item(s) in a semester as indicated by the course structure and syllabus.

    After successful completion of the six semesters examination students will be awarded Bachelor Degree in Commerce (Hons.) with specialization in Accounting & Finance/ Banking & Insurance/Management.

    The regulation is subject to modification as and when necessary. The Syllabus shall remain valid from 2019-20 Admission Batch.


    Based on the above recommendation on Letter grades, grade points and SGPA and CGPA, the Board of Conducting Examinations may issue the transcript for each semester and a consolidated transcript indicating the performance in all semesters as approved by the Academic Council.

    Award of grace marks

    The Board of Conducting Examiners shall undertake in-depth analysis of the performance of the examinees. If the Board feels satisfied, it may recommend the result to be passed and published under the authority of the University. On the other hand, if the Board is of the opinion that performance of the students in general is not up to the mark in a particular paper it may recommend award of Special Grace Mark within permissible limit and thereafter may recommend the result to be passed & published.

    Common Grace Mark Rule (Under-Graduate Students)

    Notwithstanding the provisions mentioned above, all under-graduate students whose performance is poor are entitled to privileges of this Grace Mark Rule. This rule, here-in-after shall be called the Common Grace Mark Rule of the University for undergraduate students only.

    “This rule shall be made applicable in case of those candidates who after receiving such grace clear the end-term examination. However, the maximum grace mark is restricted to 2% of the total marks of the semester examination, provided further that the grace mark in any paper shall not exceed 10% of the maximum marks in that subject. The aggregate shall be considered as a subject for this purpose.”


    • This rule shall be applicable in case of those candidates who clear the Semester Examination after receiving this grace mark.
    • Subject to a maximum of 2% of the total marks of the Semester be awarded in a distributive manner in each paper in which the examinee has secured less than the pass mark. Maximum grace mark in any individual paper shall not exceed 10% of the total marks in that paper. Aggregate shall be considered as a subject for the purpose.

    Award of Distinction

    Students securing 7.5 CGPA in first attempt shall be awarded BBA.LLB. (Hons.) with Distinction. Distinction will not be awarded to candidates with back papers.

    Equivalent Percentage of Marks

    Equivalent % of Marks = CGPA X 9.5

  • Course Structure

    BBA,LL.B (Hons)
    Birla School of Law,
    Birla Global University

    BBALH1.1Legal Methods4
    BBALH1.2Law of Contract-I4
    BBALH1.3Principles of Management4
    BBALH1.4Financial Accounting4
    BBALH1.5Principles of Marketing4
    BBALH1.6General English and Legal Language-I4
     Clinical Hours/Tutorial Classes/SeminarNon Credit
    BBALH2.1Law of Tort including MV Act Accident & Consumer Protection Act(CPA)4
    BBALH2.2Law of Contract-II4
    BBALH2.3Business (Micro) Economics4
    BBALH2.4Business Statistics4
    BBALH2.5Organizational Behavior4
    BBALH2.6General English and Legal Language-II4
     Clinical Hours/Tutorial Classes/SeminarNon Credit
    BBALH3.1Family Law Paper-I4
    BBALH3.2Constitutional Law¬¬ – I4
    BBALH3.3Law of Crime(IPC)-I4
    BBALH3.4Strategic Management and Business Policy4
    BBALH3.5Cost & Management Accounting4
    BBALH3.6Human Resource Management4
     Clinical Hours/Tutorial Classes/SeminarNonCredit
    BBALH4.1Family Law Paper-II4
    BBALH4.2Constitutional Law – II4
    BBALH4.3Law of Crimes(CrPC)-II4
    BBALH4.4Financial Management4
    BBALH4.5Corporate Accounting4
    BBALH4.6Macro Economics4
     Clinical Hours/Tutorial Classes/SeminarNonCredit
    BBALH5.2Law of Crimes (Evidence)- I4
    BBALH5.3Company Law-I4
    BBALH5.4Public International Law4
    BBALH5.5IPR Management and Litigation4
    BBALH5.6Media and law4
     Clinical Hours/Tutorial Classes/SeminarNonCredit
    BBALH6.1Company Law-II4
    BBALH6.2Private International Law4
    BBALH6.3Banking Law & Negotiable Instrument Act4
    BBALH6.4Property Law4
    BBALH6.5Civil Procedure Code (CPC) and Limitation Act4
    BBALH6.6Principles of Taxation Law4
     Clinical Hours/Tutorial Classes/SeminarNonCredit
    BBALH7.1Clinical Paper- I Alternate Dispute Resolution4
    BBALH7.2Environmental Law4
    BBALH7.3Interpretation of Statutes4
    BBALH7.4Labour & Industrial Law Paper-I4
    BBALH7.5Honours Paper- I4
    BBALH7.6Honours Paper- II4
     Clinical Hours/Tutorial Classes/SeminarNonCredit
    BBALH8.1Clinical Paper- II Drafting Pleading Conveyance4
    BBALH8.2Labour & Industrial Law Paper-II4
    BBALH8.3Human Rights Law, Legal Aid and PIL4
    BBALH8.4Investment and Competition Law4
    BBALH8.5Honours Paper- III4
    BBALH8.6Honours Paper- IV4
     Clinical Hours/Tutorial Classes/SeminarNonCredit
    BBALH9.1Gender Justice and Jurisprudence4
    BBALH9.2Administrative Law4
    BBALH9.3Bankruptcy and Insolvency4
    BBALH9.4Information Technology law4
    BBALH9.5Honours Paper- V4
    BBALH9.6Honours Paper- VI4
     Clinical Hours/Tutorial Classes/SeminarNonCredit
    BBALH10.1Clinical Paper- III Professional Ethics and Professional Accounting System4
    BBALH10.2Clinical Paper – IV Moot Court exercise and Internship4
    BBALH10.3Seminar Courses- Right to Information4
    BBALH10.4Seminar Courses – Advocacy Skills/Client management4
    BBALH10.5Honours Paper- VII4
    BBALH10.6Honours Paper- VIII4
     Clinical Hours/Tutorial Classes/SeminarNonCredit


    B.1Financial Market Regulation4
    B.2Foreign Trade4
    B.3Insurance Law4
    B.4Competition Law4
    B.5Direct Taxation4
    B.6Indirect Taxation4
    B.7Equity and Trust4
    B.8Law on Corporate Finance4


    Cr.1International Criminal Law4
    Cr.2Criminal Psychology4
    Cr.3Forensic Science4
    Cr.4Penology and Victimology4
    Cr.5Offences Against Child and Juvenile Offences4
    Cr.6Probation and Parole4
    Cr.7Comparative Criminal Procedure4
    Cr.8White Collar Crime: Financial and Systemic Fraud4