3/5 YEAR VI sem / X sem exam time table August 2015 (

3/5 YEAR VI Sem / X Sem (Regular Syllabus Students)
Penology and Victimology
9.00 Am to 12.00 Noon
Professional Ethics
9.00 Am to 12.00 Noon
Alternate Dispute Resolution
9.00 Am to 12.00 Noon

3/5 YEAR VI/X SEM (Old Syllabus Students)
Criminology and Penology
2.00 PM to 5 P.M
Professional Ethics
2.00 PM to 5 P.M
Public Interest lawyering Legal Aid and Para Legal Service  
2.00 PM to 5 P.M

Planning Commission

 The Planning Commission was an institution in the Government of India, which formulated India's Five-Year Plans, among other functions. It is located at Yojana Bhawan, Sansad Marg, New Delhi. 

It was established in accordance with article 39 of the constitution which is a part of directive principles of state policy.

PIL (Public Interest Litegation)

“litigation filed in a court of law”, for the protection of "Public Interest", such as pollution, Terrorism, Road safety, constructional hazards etc.
ORIGIN OF PIL:- The term "PIL" originated in the United States in the mid-1980s. Since the nineteenth century, various movements in that country had contributed to public interest law, which was part of the legal aid movement. The first legal aid office was established in New York in 1876. In the 1960s the PIL movement began to receive financial support from the office of Economic Opportunity, This encouraged lawyers and public spirited persons to take up cases of the under-privileged and fight against dangers to environment and public health and exploitation of consumers and the weaker sections.
IN BLACK'S LAW DICTIONARY: a legal action initiated in a court of law for the enforcement of public interest or general interest in which the public or class of the community have pecuniary interest or some interest by which their legal rights or liabilities are affected."

PIL had begun in India towards the end of 1970s and came into full bloom in the 80s. Justice V.R. Krishna Iyer and Justice PM. Bhagwati, honourable Judges of the Supreme Court of India. They delivered some landmark judgements which opened up new vistas in PIL.
in Indian law (meaning):- litigation for the protection of public interest. It is litigation introduced in a court of law, not by the aggrieved party but by the court itself or by any other private party. It is not necessary, for the exercise of the court's jurisdiction, that the person who is the victim of the violation of his or her right should personally approach the court. Public Interest Litigation is the power given to the public by courts through judicial activism.

The new and liberal interpretation of the

Scheduled Areas

The term `Scheduled Areas has been defined in the Indian Constitution as "such areas as the President may by order declare to be Scheduled Areas". Paragraph 6 of the Fifth Schedule of the Constitution prescribes following procedure for scheduling, rescheduling and alteration of Scheduled Areas.
Scheduled Area:-
(1) In this Constitution, expression Scheduled Areas means such areas as the President may by order declare to be Scheduled Areas.
(2) The President may at any time by order.
(a) Direct that the whole or any specified part of a Scheduled Area shall   cease to be a Scheduled Area or a part of such an area

(b) Increase the area of


The person that who prepare and cultivate land for crops (Farmer).

Deceptive similarity (the Trademarks Act, 1999)

Deceptive similarity is one of the vital tribulations that is sought to be resolved by the Trademarks Act, 1999.
As per section 2 (h):- a mark shall be deemed to be deceptively similar to another mark if it so nearly resembles that other mark as to be likely to deceive or cause confusion and mark as per section 2 (m) includes a device, brand, heading, label, ticket, name signature, word, letter, numerical, shape of goods, packaging or, combination of colors or any combination thereof.
CASE:- In Bombay Metal Works (P) Ltd v. Tara Singh & Ors 2006 (33) PTC (Bom.)(DB), is one such case where even after obtaining an injunction, the plaintiff is forced to make attempts to sustain the protection of marks.
Facts of the case:
Tara Sing & Ors were

Difference between capital and revenue receipts

1. Source:-
Capital receipt is the amount received from the sale of:-
            Shares and 
Revenue receipt is the amount received from the sale of:-
            Goods and 
2. Nature:-
Capital receipt is of non-recurring nature.
Revenue receipt is of recurring nature.
3. Impact:-
Main items of capital receipt are capital and loan, which affect financial position of the business.
Main items of revenue receipt are sale of merchandise, discount and commission, which affect operating results of the business.
4. Treatment:-
Capital receipt is shown on the liabilities side of the balance sheet.
Revenue receipt is shown on the credit side of the trading and profit and loss accounts.