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  • OPJS UNIVERSITY,CHURU(RAJ.)

    SYLLABUSfor

    B.Sc, LL.B. 5 YEAR COURSE

    *School of Law

    Opjs University,Churu(Rajasthan)

    2013-14

    ~*~

  • B.Sc., LL.B. (5 Years)

    (List of Courses Prescribed for I-Semester)

    COMPULSORY COURSE

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    I-SEMESTERCourse Code Course TitleLGE-101 General EnglishLBS-102 Chemistry-ILBS-103 Life Science-I

    LAW-111 Right to InformationLAW-112 Contracts- I (General Principles)

  • B.Sc., LL.B. (Five Years Course)I-SEMESTER

    (LGE-101) General English

    (The Theory Paper shall be of 70 marks and of 3 hours duration. The question asked may be objective and subjective both or subjective only. 30 Marks have been assigned for sessionals)SYLLABUS:

    I.1. Basis Sentence Patterns2. Tenses3. Transformation and Formations of Interrogative and Negative Sentences4. Tag Questions5. Model Auxiliaries6. Word-formationII.1. Passive Constructions2. Narration : Direct and Indirect3. Translation from Hindi to English and English to Hindi4. Conditional Sentences5. Word Formation (Conditional)III.1. Translation (Continued)2. Determiners and Articles3. Idioms and Phrases4. Spelling Exercises Suggested Readings:1. A Practical English Grammar. Thomson and Martinet2. Websters Spelling Dictionary3. Living English by Dr. R.P.Bhatnagar & Rajul Bhargava4. Current English Usage. R.H.Flavell and L.H.Flavell5. Legal English. R.L.Jain6. General English. Mr.Rastogi 7. General English. Mr.Tanwar 8. J.S. Allen : English Grammar

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  • B.Sc., LL.B. (Five Years Course)I-SEMESTER

    (LBS-102) Chemistry-I

    (Organic Chemistry)

    (The Theory Paper shall be of 70 marks and of 3 hours duration. The question asked may be objective and subjective both or subjective only. 30 Marks have been assigned for sessionals)1. Stereochemistry : Elements of symmetry, Molecular Chirality, Enantiomers, Stereogenic

    center, Optical activity, Properties of enantiomers, Chiral and achiral molecules with two stereogenic centers, Disastereomers, threo and erythro diastereomers, Meso compounds, Racemisation and resolution, relative and absolute configuration, Sequence rules, Systems of nomenclature (D,L,R and S), Optical isomerism due to restricted rotation - diphenyl systems.

    II. Reactive Intermediaries : carbenes, nitrenes, yields, Structure-activity relationship, Slected name freactions Acyloin Condensation, Perkin Reaction, Wittig reaction, Mat Eistert Reaction, Birch Reduction; Geometric isomerism determination of configuration of geometric isomers, E and Z systems of nomenclature, Geometric isomerism in oximes and alicyclic compound Confirmations of mono and disubstituted cyclohexanes

    III. Pericyclic Reactions (6 hours): Theory and applications, Heterocyclic Compounds Chemistry of furan, pyrrole, pyridine, indole, quioline, isoquinoline, imidazole, pyrimidine and purine chemistry of mono and disaccharides

    IV. Amines (6 hours): Nomenclature and classification; Basic nature; Preparation of alkyl and aryl amines Reduction of nitro compounds, Nitriles, Reductive amination of carbonyl compounds, Gabriel-phthalimide synthesis and Hofmann bromamide reaction, Reactions of amines as nucleophiles, diazotisation; distinguishing reaction between 1, 2 and 3 degree amines, Synthetic application of diazonium salt

    V. Principles of Organic Synthesis ( 8 hours): Methods of Carbon Carbon bond formation, use of organometallic reagents, Ring forming Reactions, Baldwin Rule, Umpolung and functional group manipulations, protecting groups, asymmetric synthesis- chemical and Enzymatic Approaches Novel Oxidizing and Reducing Agents, Phase Transfer, Transition Metal and Enzyme catalysis, Chiral Reagents and Catalysis

    VI. Natural Products (12): Carbohydrates Introduction, Classification, Ring structure of glucose in detail, Interconversion of glucose and fructose Mechanism of mutarotation; structure of galatose, Mannose and fructose; Glycosidic bond Disaccharides, structure of maltose, Lactose, sucrose Z terpenoids: Occurrence, Classification and isoprene rule; Elucidation of structure and synthesis of citral and a-terphenol; Structure of menthol, Camphor, Limonene and Bita-carotene and their uses Alkaloids: Classification, General characteristics; Structure elucidation and synthesis of nicotine; Uses of Quinine, Morphine, Strychnine, Cocaine, Atropine, Reserpine and nicotine

    Experiments : Qualitative tests for Identification of Organic Compounds, Separation and Purification

  • Techniques in Organic Chemistry, Recrystallization, Distillation, Extraction Perkin Reaction of Salicyldehyde, Cannizaro Reaction of Furfural, Synthesis of O Iodobenzoic acid, Benzilic acid and m Nitrobenzoic acid Kinetics of salt effect and ionic strength; determination of activation of energy in the bromide-bromate clock reaction and acid hydrolysis of ethyl acctate Suggested Readings:

    1. L.Indira & G.R.Chatwal, College Chemistry vol V, Himalaya, Mumbai

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    B.Sc., LL.B. (Five Years Course)I-SEMESTER

    (LBS-103) Life Science-I

    (Life Processes, Ecology and Biodiversity)

    (The Theory Paper shall be of 70 marks and of 3 hours duration. The question asked may be objective and subjective both or subjective only. 30 Marks have been assigned for sessionals)I. Origin of life an introduction to life on earth origin of life , impact of

    photosynthesis, role of water in the origin of life. The life of the cell-atoms and molecules, energy flow in the life of the cell, cell architecture. Harvesting energy from the food, evolution of life on earth geological time scale, relationship among organisms, human phylogeny, asexual reproduction bacteria, fungi, plants. Artificialpropagation of plants.

    II. Microscopic anatomy organization from cell to tissue, animal and plant tissues.

    III. Ecology and Environment: Ecology the scope of ecology, the ecosystem, ecological adaptations, energy flow within the ecosystem, biogeochemical cycles and limiting factor concepts.

    IV. Ecosystem development and evolution major ecosystems of the world, environment components of environment, tradition of healthy environment- Land, soil erosion, soil pollution, soil conservation

    V. Forests Components of forests, role of forests, deforestation and afforestation VI. Energy Conventional and non-conventional resources of energy, tapping of solar

    energy .

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  • B.Sc., LL.B (Five Years Course)I-SEMESTER

    (LAW-111)Right To Information (The Theory Paper shall be of 70 marks and of 3 hours duration. The question asked may be objective and subjective both or subjective only. 30 Marks have been assigned for sessionals.)

    I. An Introduction to Right to Information Accountability through Law, Information as a Right Why Should Information be a Right ? How Right to Information Strengthens Democracy ? Realizing Participatory Democracy Making People the Centre of Development Increases Trust Quotient in Government Facilitates Market-Based Economic Growth Rooting out Corruption, Enhances Vigilance of Media

    II. RIGHT TO INFORMATION LAW IN INDIA[A] Historical Background(i) The Indian Evidence Act, 1872 [Section 76](ii) The Factory Act, 1948(iii) The Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1974 [Section 25(6)](iv) The Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1981(v) The Environment (Protection) Act, 1986(vi) The Representation of the Peoples Act, 1951(vii) The Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, 2005(viii) Trade Marks Act, 1999(ix) The Semiconductor Integrated Circuits Layout Design Act, 2000[B] Constitutional Provisions and Judicial Trend on Right to Information in India before 2005[C] Evolution of Right to Information Act, 2005III. Right to Information Act, 2005Whole ActThe study of the provisions of the Act with the help of cases decided by High Courts,Supreme Court and Chief Information Commissioner.

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  • B.Sc., LL.B (Five Years Course)I-SEMESTER

    (LAW-112)

    Contracts-I (General Principles) (The Theory Paper shall be of 70 marks and of 3 hours duration.

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