SRM, which offers courses in other disciplines, felt the need to foray into the field of law. SRM University has recently launched SRM law school with an aim to yield future legal professionals to our country. N Balu, former vice-chancellor of the National University of Advanced Legal Studies (NUALS) in Cochin, has been appointed as the dean of the school. He was also the former professor and head of department of legal studies, University of Madras.
The focus of the school will be on a holistic approach to the study of law, taught in the context of the socio-economic-cultural developments in India. The new law school will offer three courses which includes a five-year BA LLB, five-year BCom LLB (both honours) and three-year LLB (honours). While the legal component of the three courses will be based on what has been prescribed by the Bar Council of India, the curriculum will also include non-legal courses. From a non-law perspective, students will be exposed to English as a communication skill, political science, international relations, history, sociology, business management, fundamentals of accounting, cost and accounting management, banking and insurance services, human resource management, to name a few.
=> Bachelor of Law (LLB)
=> B A LLB
=> B.Com LLB
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