ASTRAL LAW INSTITUTE offers the best DU LLB classes in India. With the high number of selections in the LEGAL EDUCATIONE, Astral is consistently giving the top results and high pass percentages.  

CLAT is not a difficult course, but you will need good coaching to understand the concepts better and get valuable guidance. And ASTRAL LAW INSTITUTE is one such CLAT Institute that understands the needs of the exam and the students.  

Our LEGAL EDUCATIONE classes have limited seats so that teachers can give proper attention to each student. According to the student’s performance, we provide them personalized guidance so that they can get the best result. 

We provide one of the best Judicial Classes in GURGAON. Recent times have seen an upsurge in the choice of law as a career. It is; therefore, ASTRAL INSTITUTE FOR LEGAL EDUCATION has been established at an opportune time and is poised to make great strides in the competitive world by ushering in a new era in the field of judicial exams preparation. With an objective to facilitate the much-needed academic exposure to the aspirants, the academy as an instrument assists them in acclimatizing their potential through systematic study coursework and guidance. Being the only coaching institute in North India which imparts preparation classes for the Superior and Subordinate Judicial Exams, the ASTRAL INSTITUTE FOR LEGAL EDUCATION from its very inception endeavors to facilitate the overall growth of its students. 

Vision- To become a renowned institution producing eminent and responsible law experts for society. To give hope and opportunity to aspirants from various social-economic backgrounds to realize their dream of becoming law experts. 

Mission- To provide meticulous and focused training to the aspirants to succeed in the law examination. To create an environment where the students have access to all that is required to prepare for the law examination effectively, efficiently, and enthusiastically by ensuring them with excellent coaching and finest study materials. 

The DU LLB syllabus consists of these subjects. English language comprehension GK and Current Affairs, Legal Awareness and Aptitude, and Analytical Abilities. Each section will have 25 objective-type questions each carrying four marks from the above-mentioned four sections given within the DU LLB syllabus. 

Are CLAT (Common Law Admission Test) and DU LLB Entrance Exam Syllabus the same? Ans. DU LLB Exam is conducted by GURGAON University for admissions to its law programs and CLAT Exam is conducted by NLU (National Law Universities) Universities across India. The exams are different, however, the syllabus for the exams is similar. 

LLB Syllabus 

LLB Syllabus is designed in a way so that every aspect of law can be included in the three-year course of study. Focus is given on the areas like Crime, Labour Law, Administrative Law, Civil Procedure Code, Legal Writing, etc. 

Tabulated below is the semester wise break-up of LLB syllabus that is commonly followed by all Top Universities providing admission into LLB courses 

Semester 1 Semester 2 
Labor Law Family Laws II 
Family Law I Law of Tort & Consumer Protection Act 
Crime Constitutional Law 
Women & Law Professional Ethics 
Semester 3 Semester 4 
Law of Evidence Jurisprudence 
Human Rights & International Law Practical Training – Legal Aid 
Environmental Law Property Law including the transfer of Property Act 
Arbitration, Conciliation & Alternative International Economics Law 
Semester 5 Semester 6 
Civil Procedure Code (CPC) Code of Criminal Procedure 
Interpretation of Statutes Company Law 
Legal Writing Practical Training – Moot Court 
Land Laws including ceiling and other local laws Practical Training II – Drafting 
Administrative Law Criminology 

See Also: 

LLB Hons Semester Wise Syllabus BA LLB Semester Wise Syllabus 

LLB Optional Subjects 

Some of the optional LLB subjects are mentioned as follows: 

  • Contract 
  • Trust 
  • Women & Law 
  • Criminology 
  • International Economics Law 

LLB Subjects 

The curriculum of the LLB course helps students to become efficient law graduates. Some of the important subjects are tax law, family law, environmental law, etc. Below are the LLB subjects on a semester basis: 

First Year 

Semester I Semester II 
Family Law I Family Law II 
Law of Crimes Law of Contract II 
Law of Contract I Constitutional Law II 
Constitutional Law I Professional Ethics, Bar Bench Relations, and Accountancy for Lawyers 
Women and Law (Elective) Law and Media (Elective) 
Criminology and Penology (Elective) Election Law (Elective) 
RTI and PIL (Elective) Healthcare Law (Elective) 

Second Year 

Semester III Semester IV 
Law of Evidence Jurisprudence 
Arbitration, Conciliation, and Alternate Dispute Resolution System Taxation Law 
Legal Language Tort and Consumer Protection Act, Motor Vehicle Act 
Comparative Laws (Elective) Drafting, Pleading, and Conveyancing 
Human Rights and International Law Interpretation of Statutes 
Conflict Laws (Elective) Administrative Law 
Comparative Laws (Elective) Company Law 

Third Year 

Semester V Semester VI 
Code of Criminal Procedure Limitation Act Environmental Law 
Banking Laws Code of Criminal Procedure, Juvenile Justice Act, and Probation Offenders Act 
Property Laws Practical Training and Moot Courts 
Banking Laws Land Laws 
IPR Labor Laws 

BA LLB Subjects 

1st Year 
Semester I Semester II 
Legal Method History-II 
History-I General English-II 
Sociology-I Sociology-II 
Economics-I Law of Contract-I 
Political Science-I Political Science-II 
English-I Law of Tort-I 
Introduction to Law Economics-II 
– Jurisprudence 
2nd Year 
Semester III Semester IV 
Law of Contract-II Constitutional Law-II 
Constitutional Law-I Labour Law-I 
Sociology-III Family Law-II 
Law of Contract-II Environmental Law 
Political Science-III Property Law 
Family Law-I – 
Criminal Law-I – 
3rd Year 
Semester V Semester VI 
Criminal Law-I Conflict Laws 
Jurisprudence Intellectual Property Law 
Corporate Law-I Company Laws 
Public International Law Code of Civil Procedure 
Administrative Law Human Rights 
Law of Evidence Criminal Law-II 
– Corporate Law-II 
4th Year 
Semester VII Semester VIII 
Taxation-I Intellectual Property Rights 
Optional Paper-I Optional Paper-IV 
Labour Law-II Taxation-II 
Optional Paper-II Optional Paper-III 
Environmental Law-I Professional Ethics 
Drafting, Pleading and Conveyancing – 
5th Year 
Semester IX Semester X 
Merger, Acquisition and Competition Laws Law of Equity, Trusts, Suit Evaluation and Registration 
Private International Law Moot Courts Internships 
Optional Paper-V International Trade Law 
Optional Paper-VI Seminar Paper 

BBA (Bachelor of Business Administration) LLB Subjects 

1st Years 
Semester I Semester II 
Legal Method Law of Contract – II 
Principles of Management Financial Management 
Law of Contract – I Law of Torts and Consumer Protection 
Managerial Economics Marketing Management 
Legal English and Communication Skills Organizational Behavior 
2nd Year 
Semester III Semester IV 
Family Law I Family Law II 
Business Environment and Ethical Practices Administrative Law 
Constitutional Law I Constitutional Law II 
Human Resource Management Strategic Management 
Law of Crimes I Law of Crimes II 
3rd Year 
Semester V Semester VI 
Environmental Studies and Environmental Laws Jurisprudence 
Code of Civil Procedure Investment and Competition Law 
Law of Evidence International Law 
Alternative Dispute Resolution Code of Criminal Procedure 
Corporate Law Property Law 
4th Year 
Semester VII Semester VIII 
Labour Law I Intellectual Property Rights 
Human Rights International Trade Law 
Tax Law Labour Law II 
Telecommunication Law Indirect Taxes 
Law and Emerging Technologies Interpretation of Statutes 
Criminology Election Law 
5th Year 
Semester IX Semester X 
Legal Ethics Socio Economic Offences 
Land and Real Estate Laws Law, Poverty and Development 
Court Crafts International Economic Law 
International Humanitarian Law Internship 
Drafting, Pleading and Conveyancing Forensic Sciences 

LLB Entrance Exam Syllabus 

CLAT is the most common Entrance Exam for LLB. The CLAT Syllabus and subjects are mentioned below: 

English Language Current Affairs 
Phrase Replacement Sports 
Fill in the Blanks Schemes 
Tenses Significant Historical Events 
Sentence Sequential Arrangement National & International Affairs 
Correcting Incorrect Grammar Sentences Summits & conferences 
Error Spotting Science & Technology 
Synonyms and Antonyms Awards & Honours 
Choose the Correct Sentences Arts & Culture 
Active & Passive Voice Foreign Affairs 
Spotting Grammatical Errors Current events in India and the World 
– Significant Historical Events 
Logical Reasoning Quantitative Aptitude 
Syllogism Charts, Bars, and Other Graphical Representations 
Statement & Inference Case let D I (Passage Based) 
Weakening & Strengthening Arguments Mixed Graphs 
Statement & Assumption Elementary Mathematics 
Statement & Course of Action Bar Graph 
Statement & Arguments Pie Chart 
Cause & Effect Table Chart 
– Line Graph 
Legal Reasoning 
Indian Constitution Legal GK 
Legal Maxims Tort Law 
Important Supreme Court Judgments Legal Matters 
Current Affairs International Treaties & Conventions affecting National Legal Framework 
Important & Recent Acts and Amendments of the Legislature Contemporary Legal and Moral Issues 
Contract Law Moral Philosophical Enquiries 
Constitutional Law Public Policy Questions 
Criminal Law Environmental Law 
Public International Law – 

DU LLB Syllabus 

Semester 2 

Semester 1  
Jurisprudence Law of Evidence 
Law of contract Family Law 2 
Law of Torts including Motor Vehicles Act and Consumer Protection Act Law of Crimes 2: Code of Criminal Procedure 
Law of Crimes 1: Indian Penal Code Property Law 
Family Law 1 Public International Law 
Semester 3 Semester 4 
Constitution Law 1 Constitutional Law – 2 
Code of Civil Procedure and Limitation Act Administrative Law 
Special Contract Alternate Dispute Resolution  
Moot Court Mock Trial and Internship Labour Law 
Semester 5 Semester 6 
Company Law Professional Ethics and Accounting System 
Drafting Pleadings and Conveyance Environmental Law 
Industrial Law Principles of Taxation Law