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7 Reasons to do Law from PES University, Faculty of Law, Bengaluru

The Faculty of Law, PES University offers five-year integrated Honours Law programs spread over ten semesters with Arts, Commerce and Management subjects.

The curriculum is designed and oriented to impart education in contemporary business management, accounting and on laws and legal procedures, apart from integrating modern technology enabled systems, processes and procedures in the process of imparting an optimal blend of teaching of Indian laws as well as International laws to make sure that our students are globally employable in a globalized world.

The program has been innovatively designed to cater to the growing challenges and complexities of the dynamic legal and business environment of India and abroad.

1. Legal Eagle: A professional apprenticeship program

Legal Eagle is a compulsory paid apprenticeship program for all regular students of Faculty of Law, PES University.

Under the same, the students depending on their year of study would be allocated Faculty members and research centers under whom the students would be assigned research, preparation, review and drafting of legal documents and experiential learning assignments.

Students of Faculty of Law, PES University, based on their year of study, would be inducted into various levels of the program. As they progress in their study, the level of Legal Eagle would also be increased.

2. Globalized Curriculum

The curriculum for the undergraduate and postgraduate program is designed keeping in mind the contemporary requirements in the legal arena.

Courses are imparted through integrating an optimal blend of teachings in Indian laws as well as International laws to make sure that our students are globally employable in this globalised world.

The programme has been innovatively designed to cater to the growing challenges and complexities of the dynamic legal and business environment of India and abroad.

To deliver the same, the curriculum has incorporated Seminar Courses and elective courses.

3. Honours Program

Faculty of Law, PES University offers Honours program giving its students an edge above the other law graduates. The Honours program is offered in the following specializations:

  • Constitutional Law
  • Intellectual Property Right Law
  • Corporate and Business Law

A student would obtain an honours degree in his/her chosen Program, along with specialization in one of the groups above.

4. Seminar and Elective Courses

To make the teaching methodology more learner-centric and to encourage self-learning, Faculty of Law, PES University offers Seminar Courses and an elective course in the subjects which are more industry-specific and practical knowledge enhancing.

5. Scholarship

Faculty of Law offers the following scholarship to the students throughout their five years of study:

  • Prof. CNR Rao Scholarships: 30% tuition fee waiver for the Top 20% of students.
  • Distinction Awards: If a student secures a CGPA of 7.5 and above for a particular year, then he/she would receive cash prize money as a distinction award.
  • MRD Scholarships: These scholarships are awarded to those students who secure a CGPA of 9.0 and above for a particular academic year of study.

6. Study Visits

To accustom the students with the various environments that he/she may have to interact in the future, the students of Faculty of Law are taken to institutions and forums such as High Courts, Legislative Assembly, guided visit of the Supreme Court, Parliament, Central Jail and Tribunals etc. as part of their annual study tour.

7. Advisory Committee

Faculty of Law, PES University is guided and mentored by an Advisory Committee chaired by Former Chief Justice of India, Hon’ble Justice Shri M N Venkatachaliah, Hon’ble Justice Shri M Rama Jois, Former Chief Justice of Punjab & Haryana High Court and other legal luminaries.

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