Bachelor of Laws– B.A.LL.B. (Honours) (Integrated)

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Bachelor of Laws– B.A.LL.B. (Honours) (Integrated)


B. S. Anangpuria Institute of Law’s primary mission is to create able, competent and humane legal professionals, who, on entering the Bar and the Bench would be well-equipped to address effectively the imperatives of the new millennium. We believe in creating a relaxed and flexible environment to allow students to grow and develop at their own pace. We offer an education characterized by a mixture of theory and practice and a commitment to public service / Legal / Judicial services

Continuously striving to harbour individuality of thought and expression and the stimulation to reach the zenith of the legal profession, this Institute organizes a multitude of workshops, conferences, and lectures. It has always been the foremost aim of this institute to insist on giving students the independence to use the abounding opportunities available and carve out their own niche in life.

The Institute is dedicated to nurturing students into leaders inculcating in them intellectual and ethical values that will meld them into socially responsible professionals proficient in the dynamic domain of law. Special emphasis is laid on perspectives and insights from other disciplines and students are encouraged to develop an integrated approach to law and explore the legal profession’s social-economic role and ethical commitments.

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  • The Institute is dedicated to training and graduating budding lawyers.
  • The rigorous academic program of the Law Institute emphasizes lifelong learning and scholarship in a personalized, caring environment with a diverse student body and faculty. To this end, the Law Institute remains committed to teaching and service, to fostering a public order of human dignity, to training and nurturing students into leaders, inculcating in them the intellectual and ethical values that will mold them into socially responsible professionals proficient in the dynamic domain of law.
  • We strongly believe that the ethics, values, and sense of social justice imbibed from the faculty of the Institute will serve to guide and empower them to be sensitive to the needs of the masses and serve them in their capacity as the custodians of justice in society.

Our focus is on legal education in a broad sense, with emphasis on those aspects of legal education that can be delivered most effectively and appropriately within a law institute’s setting. With that focus in mind, the overall objectives of our program are:

  • Introduce students to the recognized substantive areas of law, so that they are exposed to and have knowledge of fundamental legal concepts and processes within our legal system, as well as an appropriate basis for skill development.
  • Introduce students to a diverse range of legal skills so that they are aware of the broad range of the lawyer’s function within society, and can embark upon the process of learning, analyzing, using and refining these skills. 
  • Introduce students to the legal system and the institutional setting in which law is developed, applied and changed.
  • Familiarize students with the ethical and professional responsibility dimensions of law and its practice.
  • Provide students with some appreciation of the social, economic, historical, political and philosophical environment in which our legal system has developed and currently operates, so they can recognize the many factors, influences and values with affect the shape and substance of the law and upon which the law in turn impacts.
  • Expose students to the idea that law is only one part of a system of knowledge and to offer them opportunities for developing skills working with people and material from other disciplines.
  • Demonstrate to students the human element in the practice of law.
  • Provide the understanding and the tools necessary to make students life-long learners who are able to adapt their skills and knowledge to situations of rapid change. 

  • Student Transformation & Employability Enhancement Program (S.T.E.P)

Keeping in mind the gaps in the current academic curriculum and industry expectations, the STEP program has been conceived, designed and implemented in order to aid the holistic development of the student. This program will convert raw students into industry ready professionals. The key focus areas of this program are Confidence Enhancement, Computer Literacy, English Language Improvement and Technical Expertise Enhancement. The pedagogy to be used for the same will be:

  • Classroom Trainings
  • Language Lab Usage
  • Computer Lab Usage
  • Theatre Workshops
  • Online Testing & Practice

Every student of B.S Anangpuria compulsorily needs to undergo the STEP program whose clearly defined objectives are:

1. Well Dressed and Groomed

2. Fluent in English Speaking, Reading, Writing and Listening

3. Confident

4. Aware of his/her goal in life

5. Technically Sound

6. Proficient in industry specific hardware/software

7. High Aptitude

8. ‘Can do’ Attitude

  • Student  Growth Chart for the duration of the course  

S.No.                    Skills Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
1                 Confident Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
2                 Speaking in English Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
3                 Proficient in MS Office Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
4                 Writing Effectively in English   Yes Yes Yes Yes
5                 Leverage Internet for Professional Excellence   Yes Yes Yes Yes
6                 Legal Writing & Drafting     Yes Yes Yes
7                 Conducting Legal Research       Yes Yes
8                 Company Law & IPR         Yes


Student: Teacher ratio- In keeping with the philosophy of the Institute a very healthy Student: Teacher ratio is maintained at the department. Our batch size is 30 students. This enables the trainers to interact with each student.


The faculty shares the desire to help students learn how to view each legal issue from the broadest intellectual and social perspective. They are committed to helping every student develop the habits of mind that are characteristic of the best lawyers.


In experiential courses, B. S. A. I. L. students take initiative, make decisions, and are accountable for the results. They reflect on and learn from, their experiences. They develop an appreciation for the character of the legal profession and their place in it. Simply put, experiential learning allows our students to experience the law in three dimensions – to move outside the classroom and engage in the world.


The Institute offers a wide array of extracurricular opportunities in skill building including Debates, Group discussions, Turncoats, Moot Court competitions etc., in order to get involved in different aspects of the law. This is done through weekly ECA sessions and regular Legal Aid Clinic sessions. The Moot Court sessions help the students in perfecting their legal, analytical, research and writing skills that lawyers should imbibe.


Ours is a pioneer Institute of Legal Education in Haryana. Right from its inception, it has been actively involved in implementing many Legal Aid schemes floated by the State and Central Government for providing cheaper and speedy justice to common man. In this context, the Institute has established a Legal Aids and Services Clinic in its premises with the aim to create an awareness amongst the people belonging to the rural area about their legal rights and duties and to sensitize them towards the problems in society.

The Institute has made arrangement for the students to visit jails, police stations, welfare homes, reformatory homes etc., in order to expose them to actual social problems and develop a sense of social responsibility in them. In addition, crash courses on legal awareness for schools/colleges and NGO’s are also conducted in order to spread legal knowledge amongst the underprivileged and downtrodden section of the society, women empowerment etc.,


Small groups of students are attached to a teacher who acts as their friend, philosopher, and guide. The counselor works with each student in the group to overcome his/her weaknesses and reinforce his/her strengths.

Courses Sanctioned intake Duration No. of Pass out Batches
Bachelor of Laws {B.A.LL.B.(Hon.)} Integrated Course 60 5 Years 05

A Candidate must have passed 10+2 examination with 45 % marks in aggregate (42.75 % marks in case of SC/ST candidates) from Board of School Education Haryana, Bhiwani or any other equivalent examination recognized by M. D. University, Rohtak. Those who have passed graduate or postgraduate degree are not eligible for admission to this course [OR as may be amended/ reviewed by the competent authority].


100% of the seats shall be filled by the institute itself on the basis of merit of aggregate marks obtained in the qualifying examination [OR as may be amended/ reviewed by the competent authority].

Total Fees: Rs.1,35,000/- (per annum) *

  • 1st Installment= Rs.45,000/-
  • 2nd Installment= Rs.40,000/-
  • 3rd Installment= Rs.30,000/-
  • 4th Installment= Rs.20,000/-

* Subject to approval by the competent authority.

  • 71 students have done the Institute proud by securing a position in the University Merit List.
  • Top 3 positions in the University Merit List of I Semester [B.A.LL.B] – December 2016 have been secured by the students of our Institute.
  • Students of 6th Semester Ruby, Priyanka Sethi, Himanshi Juneja, Aadil and Satyaprakash presented research papers at the National Seminar organized by Jagannath University, Jhajjar, Haryana on the topic “Criminal Law Reforms in Recent Times”.
  • Sumit Sharma of I Semester [B.A.LL.B] secured the first position at the Literary Fest, ‘Rhetoric 2016’ organized by K R Mangalam University.
  • Our students set up a Legal Aid Camp at Government Model Sanskriti Senior Secondary School, Dhatir.
  • Our students set up a Legal Aid Camp in Palwal to create legal awareness amongst the deaf and dumb children.
  • Our students participated in a Mediation Camp organized by Haryana State Legal Services Authority.
  • A visit to the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India was organized for the students of the final semester.
  • Our students participated in the All India Seminar on Economic Reforms with reference to Electoral Issues conducted by the Confederation of Indian Bar.
  • Adv. Atul Mangla, AAG – Supreme Court, was the Guest of Honour at the Moot Court Competition organized by the Institute.
  • Our students participated in a campaign for Senior Citizens titled as “You are not alone” launched by Hon’ble Justice Deepak Mishra, Supreme Court of India and Executive Chairman, National Legal Service Authority.
  • Advocate Durgesh Bakshi was invited to deliver a Guest Lecture on “Mediation” and “Career Counselling”.
  • ‘LawVedic’ firm was invited to guide the students on legal prospects after completion of the B.A.LL.B. course.
  • Our students participated in a workshop on various issues related to Human Rights Law, RTI, Domestic Violence, Transgender etc., with the screening of a documentary about the Constitution of India and on other recent legal issues organized by the Department.