Bachelor of Law

3 Years - 6 Semesters - Full Time

Designed to Impart Professional Legal Competence


This LLB  three-year course is an undergraduate degree in Law enabling the students to get requisite knowledge of basic laws, both substantive and procedural laws, to be skilled legal professionals. The students can practice in various fields of law in the public as well as private sectors.

The programme curriculum, through elective papers offered, enables the students to acquire a certain extent of specialization in Constitutional Law, Business and International Trade Laws, Criminology and Cyber Law, International Law, and IPR. The Curriculum is designed in such a way to include contemporary trends and issues in cyber-crimes, media laws, agricultural industries, etc

This law course will help students gain a better understanding of the Indian legal system and the underlying philosophy and theoretical considerations.

Outcome On successful completion of the LLB programme at VU (Law) the student will be able to :
1 Acquire knowledge of various law provisions, statutes, legal principles, and doctrines.
2 Identify the correct provisions of the law and legal principles which are relevant to a given factual situation.
3 Demonstrate planning capabilities and time management by completing assignments, projects, and other tasks in a time-bound manner.
4 Provide legal advice and consultancy to corporate clients, individuals, and government institutions.
5 Conduct independent legal research using renowned legal databases.
6 Make persuasive arguments before judicial and quasi-judicial bodies.
7 Draft plaints, written statements, and other legal documents
8 Publish research papers in journals, books and periodicals thereby contributing to academia.
9 Honour the rule of law and keep the law above personal biases.
10 Understand the impact of law and legal provisions on industry, environment, society and humankind.
11 Promote the idea of Liberty, Equality, and Fraternity and imbibe a spirit of brotherhood surpassing the barriers of religion, caste, class, gender, language, and other diversities.
12 Understand the importance of providing legal services to the needy and non-governmental organizations on a pro-bono basis.
13 Appreciate law in context with their primary graduation subject which will enable them to provide holistic solutions to their clients.



Course Type Course Name Credits
GC Legal Language 4
GC Law of Torts 4
GC Law of Contracts - I 4
GC Constitutional Law-I 4
GC Law of Crimes-I 4
GC Legal Theory-I 4


Course Type Course Name Credits
GC Constitutional Law - II 4
GC Family Law - I 4
GC Law of Contracts - II 4
GC Law of Crimes - I 4
GC Law of Evidence 4
GC Legal Theory - II 4


Course Type Course Name Credits
GC Comparative Constitutional Law 4
GC Property Laws 4
GC Labour Law and Industrial Laws-I 4
GC Family Law-II 4
GC Practical Paper I- Professional Ethics & Accounting 4

1. Right to Information and Local Self- Government (or)

2. Law and Economics (or)

3. Criminal Sociology (or)

4. Private international Law



Course Type Course Name Credits
GC Consumer Protection and Motor Vehicles Laws 4
GC Public International Law 4
GC Labour Law and Industrial Laws-II 4
GC Interpretation of Statutes 4
GC Practical Paper II- Drafting, Pleadings and Conveyancing 4

1. Human rights Law & Practice

2. Banking and insurance Law

3. Criminal Psychology(or)

4. International Organizations



Course Type Course Name Credits
GC Environmental Law 4
GC Criminal Procedure Code 4
GC Practical Paper III-  Alternative Dispute Resolution 4
GC Company Law 4

1. Health Law

2. International Trade Law

3. Law Relating to Cyber Crimes

4. Humanitarian and refugee Law


1. Law and Education

2. Investment and Securities Law

3. Penology and Victimology

4. Intellectual Property Rights-I



Course Type Course Name Credits
GC Code of Civil Procedure and law of Limitation 4
GC Administrative Laws 4
GC Practical Paper IV- Moot Court and trial Preparation 4

1. Media Law

2. Agricultural Industries and finance

3. Violence against women & children

4. Intellectual Property Rights-II


1. Legislative drafting

2. International Trade Dispute Resolution

3. Cyber Investigation and forensics

4. International Law on Air, Space and Sea

GC Internship 4

  • Understanding the concept of justice and law as an instrument of social transformation is an integral part of the course in LLB.
  • It is ensured that students learn to apply knowledge of substantive and procedural laws as interpreted by courts to a diverse range of facts or real-life or practical situations.
  • Soft Skill and Advocacy Skill training, Case-Studies, Moot Court, Professional Ethics, are distinctive features of this course.
  • The VU campus is equipped with Moot Court Rooms for Mock Trials.
  • The Clinical Legal Aid Center will enable the students to solve the cases and interact with community members.
  • Skill-based Add-on courses and various Guest Session will provide further exposure to the students 

Dr. Sarika Sagar
Faculty of Law

Dr. Sarika Sagar
Dean – Faculty of Law
Dr. Sukdeo Ingale
Faculty of Law

Dr. Sukdeo Ingale
Assistant Professor
Dr. Padmaja Kathikar
Faculty of Law

Dr. Padmaja Kathikar
Assistant Professor
Ms. Apurva Bhilare
Faculty of Law

Ms. Apurva Bhilare
Assistant Professor
Ms. Deepshikha Sharma
Faculty of Law

Ms. Deepshikha Sharma
Assistant Professor
Ms. Unmesha Patil
Faculty of Law

Ms. Unmesha Patil
Assistant Professor
Mr. Divyanshu Priyadarshi
Faculty of Law

Mr. Divyanshu Priyadarshi
Assistant Professor
Ms. Shruti Das
Faculty of Law

Ms. Shruti Das
Assistant Professor
Rahi Ajabe-Alhat
Faculty of Law

Rahi Ajabe-Alhat
Assistant Professor

  • Students can start their own firm or join as an advocate in reputed Law Firms 
  • Students can take up consultancy, arbitration, conciliation, mediation as a profession 
  • Legal Reporting for Media is an emerging avenue which students can explore 
  • Students can apply for becoming a Public Prosecutor 
  • Students can pursue higher education like LLM and further take up doctoral studies as well
  • The research orientation created also helps students to take up research or apply research skills in their respective professions 
  • Court Manager is an important factor of Indian Court Systems. Students can pursue to become court managers.  
  • Students can choose to be Legal Analyst and Consultants as well. 
  • Students can represent their clients in getting and defending patents by becoming Patent Attorney
  • Arbitration is an alternative legal process. Students can take up the career of an Arbitrator


“The Faculty members have been very cooperative. Even during the tough time of COVID-19, our teaching–learning activities never halted and continued with full zeal through our digital learning platform. VOLP makes the learning experience handy and simplifies the effective connection between the students and teachers.”

-Ragini Sinha (LLB, First Year)


“The professors are very learned and thorough with their subjects. The faculty have taught me the value of law in our social life and how I can be an agent of development in society.  The university provides us the opportunity to get guidance from guest faculty who are prominent lawyers on a regular basis.”

-Rashmi Khurana (LLB 1st year)


“My dream of pursuing LLB was accomplished.  Learning at VU is a very interesting and valuable experience. Every subject of law is taught in a simpler way to help the students understand the concepts thoroughly. Every topic is being taught with many examples and case laws. Hats Off!”

-Archana Kalbhor (LLB 1st year)

  • As per Times Higher Education Global Impact Rankings 2021, Vishwakarma University, Pune is featured in the top institutions amongst 1200 universities from 98 countries/regions. These rankings assess universities against the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
  • Vishwakarma University is conferred with the Emerging University of the Year award in Western India by ASSOCHAM in its 13th Higher Education Conclave 2020.
  • The first team sent by the Department of Law for the National Level Virtual Moot Court Competition stood third in the competition after 4 grueling rounds of arguments. The team also won the award for Best Researcher. The National Moot Court Competition was organised by I - WIN IP Services and Cell for IPR Promotion and Management (CIPAM), DPII, Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India in association with Osmania University.

Option 1- Online Form Filling

Option 2 – Offline (In Person) Form Filling

Note: Vishwakarma University (VU), Pune charges an application form fee.

For seeking admission into 3 years law course qualifications needed are only 12th and three years graduation, with 12th being the basic qualification for seeking admission into 3 years law course. The qualifications of graduation may be obtained through any mode (distance / correspondence as recognized by the central or state government / open schooling method) with Minimum 45%.

As applicable for UG / PG Programme

For Reserved Category Students – Caste Certificate, Caste Validity, Non-Creamy Layer Certificate, are additionally required (over and above listed documents).

Last date of submitting all / pending documents: 31st August 2023

Click Here to know the applicable Annual Fees and Amount to be paid in installments.



Vishwakarma University (VU), Pune do not accept any payments in form of Cash or Cheque. All payments are accepted only digitally (UPI / Debit Card / Credit Card / NEFT / RTGS etc.).

One may use EDC Machine (Card Swipe Machine) to swipe Debit or Credit Card for payment of requisite fees at Accounts Counter, Vishwakarma University, Admissions Office, Pune.

For RTGS / NEFT / IMPS (Immediate Payment Service - Interbank Electronic Fund Transfer) the details are as below.

Institute Name Vishwakarma University
State Maharashtra
District / City Pune
Bank HDFC Bank Limited
Branch Kondhwe, Khurd, Pune 411 048.
Type of Account Current
Account Number 50200027418843
IFSC Code HDFC0000029 (Fifth to Ninth character is “Zero”)

After completion of the transaction, inform the accounts section at the earliest on email (accounts.university@vupune.ac.in) or visit the accounts section with the following details.

  1. Student’s Full Name
  2. Programme & Year
  3. Date of Transaction
  4. Amount of Transaction
  5. Bank Name
  6. UTR No. and / or Transaction Id

After receipt of said information, the accounts section will issue a payment receipt.

Separate accommodation and food facility for Boys and Girls on a first come first serve basis.

  • Hostel Charges : Rs 1,05,000/-
  • It includes Mess (Breakfast + Dinner) and Refundable Deposit of Rs. 5,000/-.
  • Laundry : Charged separately
  • Transport facility charges (optional and subject to minimum number of students) are payable separately and will be notified in due course of time.
  • Visit https://www.vupune.ac.in/hostel to know more about Hostel.

Note : Refer photo gallery for Hostel facilities.

Counselling & Admission Officers :

Mr. Ganesh Thite / Mr. Vinayak Shinde

Contact Numbers: 8669908324 / 8669908325

Timings: Monday to Saturday (9.30 a.m. to 6.00 p.m.)

Vishwakarma University, Main Building, Room No. 1006, Survey No. 2, 3, 4 Laxmi Nagar,

Kondhwa (Bk.) Pune - 411048.

Maharashtra, India.

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Website: www.vupune.ac.in

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